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Pride Parade back in full voice and crowds much bigger than 2019 (1:07), Nathaniel Erksine-Smith, Liberal MP for Beaches-East York (12:06), Greg &Sheba discuss the outrage over decision to end U.S. rights to abortion fuels protests in Canada (22:12), Josh Matlow, Toronto City councillor for Ward 12 Toronto St. Paul's (31:04), Four 4 Four Quiz: Driver's exam questions (40:12), Ross Hull, Global News meteorologist (45:53). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Hamilton Today Podcast with Scott Thompson: As you heard in our poll question for today, the new Elvis movie has hit theaters. Being a Baz Luhrman production, it looks to be equal parts glamorous and gritty… but what does it do for audiences in 2022 and for The King's legacy? Beautiful Scars, the documentary on the life of Hamilton's Tom Wilson – based on his memoir of the same name – opens at the Playhouse Cinema this evening. Tom Wilson himself will be in attendance, but first her is here with us. Almost half of Canadians are doing worse than they were last year, financially, according to new polling from the Angus Reid Institute. Ukraine and Moldova have both been granted EU candidate status, President of the European Council Charles Michel has announced. Roe v. Wade has been officially overturned in the United States by the nation's supreme court. Members of Parliament in Canada are heading home to their ridings after the House of Commons agreed to rise for the summer on Thursday afternoon. Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced his new, 30-person cabinet Friday, including former solicitor general Sylvia Jones as deputy premier and health minister, as well as a role for his nephew. We get a breakdown of what is happening in the United States, as we learn that the U.S. Supreme Courts has officially overturned Roe v. Wade. MPs will hold a hearing next month into allegations that RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki, at the request of the Liberal government, tried to put pressure on Mounties investigating the Nova Scotia mass shooting to help advance Ottawa's gun-control agenda. Guests: Eric Alper, Publicist and music commentator. Tom Wilson, Mohawk author, visual artist, and musician (LeE HARVeY osMOND, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Junkhouse), focus of the new documentary film Beautiful Scars. Dave Korzinski, Research Director with the Angus Reid Institute. Dr. Aurel Braun, Professor of International Relations and a Senior Member of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. Candace Johnson, Professor of Political Science at the University of Guelph (with a focus on reproductive rights and gender justice). Dr. Henry Jacek. Professor of Political Science, McMaster University. Colin D'Mello, Queen's Park Bureau Chief, Global News. Reggie Cecchini, Washington Correspondent for Global News. Tim Powers, Chairman of Summa Strategies and Managing Director of Abacus Data Host - Scott Thompson Content Producer – William Erskine Technical Producer - Tom McKay Podcast Producer – Ben Straughan News Anchors – Diana Weeks, David Woodard Want to keep up with what happened in Hamilton Today? Subscribe to the podcast! https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Hamilton Today Podcast with Scott Thompson: The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to cut gas taxes following President Joe Biden's push to lower gas taxes in the United States. The vast majority of Canadian households, especially those with kids, are worried about feeding their families amid decades-high inflation, according to a new survey. When it comes to launching satellites into orbit, about a dozen countries have their own homegrown launch vehicles that can get them into space. Canada is not among them. U.S. Senate bargainers reached agreement Tuesday on a bipartisan gun violence bill, potentially teeing up final passage by week's end on an incremental but landmark package that would stand as Congress' response to mass shootings in Texas and New York that shook the nation. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during his NIPD speech yesterday, said something to the effect that Canada's settler population was being taught in the public school system to hate Indigenous people and their cultures (in a similar vein to how the residential school system taught Indigenous children to hate themselves and their cultures.) Are the Jan 6 prime time hearings finally the thing that will give Republican moderates a chance to steer the party away from the extremes it has engaged with for years? The annual inflation rate skyrocketed to its highest level in nearly 40 years in May, fueled by soaring gas prices, Statistics Canada said Wednesday. A majority of Canadians are not pleased with how their provincial governments are handling health care, according to a new survey from the Angus Reid Institute. RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki and the former public safety minister are pushing back on suggestions they interfered in the investigation into the mass shooting in Nova Scotia in order to push gun control measures... Guests: Franco Terrazzano, Federal Director, Canadian Taxpayers Federation Gregory Jack, vice president, public affairs (Canada), Ipsos Public Affairs. Sohrab Haghighat & Saharnaz Safari, Husband & Wife duo who are founders of SpaceRyde Reggie Cecchini, Washington Correspondent for Global News. Ken Coates, Professor, Canada Research Chair in Regional Innovation at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan. (Has written extensively on Aboriginal history, Indigenous-newcomer relations and post-secondary education.) Elliot Tepper, Emeritus Professor of Political Science with Carleton University. Eric Kam, Professor of macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, International Monetary Economics, Implications of Monetary Growth, with Toronto Metropolitan University. Dr. Shawn Whatley is a practicing physician, the author of When Politics Comes Before Patients — Why and How Canadian Medicare is Failing, and a senior fellow with the Macdonald-Laurier Institute. Michael Taube is a columnist for Troy Media and Loonie Politics, contributor to the National Post and Washington Times, and was a speechwriter to former Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Host - Scott Thompson Content Producer – William Erskine Technical Producer - Tom McKay Podcast Producer – Ben Straughan News Anchors – Diana Weeks, David Woodard Want to keep up with what happened in Hamilton Today? Subscribe to the podcast! https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Welcome to The Voice of Retail. I'm your host Michael LeBlanc. This podcast is brought to you in conjunction with Retail Council of Canada.In this episode, we welcome back to the podcast a retail veteran and now an analyst and college professor Bruce Winder.Bruce brings us his informed perspective on the state of retail in Canada we talk about the impacts of changing consumer behaviour and inflation, and then Bruce is a good sport as I pepper him with retail trends in a rapid round of fast paced back-and-forth Q&A.Bruce also shares with us a vital discussion of his mental health journey through the retail industry and the critical role that retail can play in embracing neurodiversity within its ranks. Thanks for tuning into this special episode of The Voice of Retail. If you haven't already, be sure and click subscribe on your favourite podcast platform so new episodes will land automatically twice a week, and check out my other retail industry media properties; the Remarkable Retail podcast, the Conversations with CommerceNext podcast, and the Food Professor podcast. Last but not least, if you are into BBQ, check out my all new YouTube barbecue show, Last Request Barbeque, with new episodes each and every week!I'm your host Michael LeBlanc, President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company & Maven Media, and if you're looking for more content, or want to chat follow me on LinkedIn, or visit my website meleblanc.co! Have a safe week everyone!Bruce's article referenced in the interview:https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/rexile-main-street-bruce-winder-he-him-/?trackingId=lrgK6PcGxYyguUh0wt%2F4tg%3D%3DAbout BruceRetail Analyst * Author * Consultant * Speaker * Instructor * NeurodiverseAuthor of 2020 RETAIL Before, During & After COVID-19 (Available on Amazon) www.brucewinder.comFormer Retail Executive with 30 years experience. Recognized Retail Analyst - appeared hundreds of times in North American media. Interviewed on BNN/Bloomberg Canada, CBC's The National, Global News, CTV National, CTV News Channel, CityNews, CP24 and more. Quoted in The Globe & Mail, Financial Post, The Toronto Star, Bloomberg, Reuters, Canadian Press , BBC, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Ottawa Citizen, AdWeek, Canadian Grocer and many, many more. Expertise in: all things retail + deep dive experience in: media relations & image improvement, category management, quality management, importing/procurement, vendor management, supply chain & process enhancement.Speaking - I speak at conferences and corporate events regarding retail or mental health in the workplace Satisfaction Guaranteed. Not satisfied with my work? Don't Pay.firstname.lastname@example.org call 416-705-5627 for details About MichaelMichael is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice. He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career. He has delivered keynotes, hosted fire-side discussions with C-level executives and participated on thought leadership panels worldwide. Michael was recently added to ReThink Retail's prestigious Top 100 Global Retail Influencers for a second year in 2022. Michael is also the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts, including Canada's top retail industry podcast, The Voice of Retail, plus the Remarkable Retail with author Steve Dennis, Global E-Commerce Tech Talks and The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois. Most recently, Michael launched Conversations with CommerceNext, a podcast focussed on retail eCommerce, digital marketing and retail careers - all available on Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music and all major podcast platforms. Michael is also the producer and host of the “Last Request Barbeque” channel on YouTube where he cooks meals to die for and influencer riches.
The Hamilton Today Podcast with Scott Thompson: Russia is allegedly working to create a “new G8” in response to its ruptured economic ties with the United States and western allies such as Canada. Elliot Tepper, PoliSci at Carleton University, joins Scott to discuss the geopolitical implications. Yesterday, after nearly three years, 138 hearing days, 198 witness reports and more than 1,000 exhibits, the B.C. government releases the final report from the Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in British Columbia. Scott speaks with Sam Cooper, investigative journalist for Global News who has been getting the scoop on this development for years. The Strongman Blues Remedy – a new blues musical collective featuring Steve Strongman, Harrison Kennedy, Dawn Tyler Watson, Steve Marriner, Crystal Shawanda – is set to release a new album with some tracks already available on Spotify. Scott speaks with Steve. Scott also brings Carmi Levy on to speak about issues surrounding social media… and a bit of tech support for Scott's Facebook account. It is all coming up on the Hamilton Today Podcast. Guests: Elliot Tepper, Emeritus Professor of Political Science with Carleton University. Steve Strongman, Canadian blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer; Winner of JUNO Award-winner, the Mel Brown Blues Award-winner, International Blues Challenge's Best Guitarist winner, recipient of four Maple Blues Awards. Jeffrey Dvorkin, Senior Fellow at Massey College, Former Director of Journalism at the University of Toronto-Scarborough and author of Trusting the News in a Digital Age. Sam Cooper, National investigative Global News, author of Wilful Blindness: How a Criminal network of narcos, tycoons and CCP agents infiltrated the West. Caryma Sa'd, Lawyer & Notary Public Dan McTeague, President of Canadians for AffordableEnergy, Former Liberal MP. Cary Wu, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at York University. Carmi Levy Technology Analyst & Journalist. Coralee Allaert, Open Water Marathon Swimmer, advocate for youth mental health. Host - Scott Thompson Content Producer –William Erskine Technical/Podcast Producer - William Webber Podcast Co-Producer –Ben Straughan News Anchors –Diana Weeks, David Woodard Want to keep up with what happened in Hamilton Today? Subscribe to the podcast! https://omny.fm/shows/scott-thompson-show See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: The Canadian government is dropping the requirement that domestic and outbound international travelers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, effective June 20. However, all re-entry requirements will remain in effect, and all passengers will continue to have to wear face masks. Is it time to move on from the pandemic? GUEST: Dr. Brian D. Lichty, Associate Professor in Pathology and Molecular Medicine with the McMaster Immunology Research Centre - For the first time in more than a decade, Ontario's NDP will have a new face leading the party at Queen's Park after MPPs selected a interim leader to take over the reins from Andrea Horwath. A senior NDP source confirmed to Global News the party's caucus decided to recommend Peter Tabuns, a long time MPP, as interim leader. GUEST: Sabrina Nanji, Publisher of the Queen's Park Observer - A bear market, rising interest rates and other financial worries is giving new worries for those who have invested in cryptocurrency. How has the crypto crash exposed the lies hiding behind the sector? GUEST: Mark Yamada, President & CEO of PUR Investing Inc See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
इस साप्ताहिक बुलेटिन की सुर्ख़ियाँ... यूक्रेन युद्ध के कारण दुनिया भर में बढ़ती खाद्य व ऊर्जा क़ीमतों ने दहलाई ज़िन्दगियाँ, विकासशील देश सर्वाधिक प्रभावित. श्रीलंका में 17 लाख लोगों की जीवनरक्षक मदद के लिये, चार करोड़ 72 लाख डॉलर की रक़म जुटाने की अपील. पृथ्वी ग्रह की मांगें पूरी करने में सक्षम - एक स्वस्थ व उत्पादक महासागर सुनिश्चित करना है, एक सामूहिक ज़िम्मेदारी. यूएन महासभा के लिये चुने गए नए अध्यक्ष, और सुरक्षा परिषद के 5 नए अस्थाई सदस्यों का भी चुनाव. दक्षिण सूडान में यूएन शान्तिरक्षक के रूप में तैनात, भारत के चण्डीगढ़ की एक पुलिस इंसपेक्टर परमजीत कौर सैखों के साथ ख़ास बातचीत.
Alan speaks with Dr. Lori Turnbull, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the School of Public Administration at Dalhousie University and Alex Boutilier, Senior National Politics Reporter for Global News. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
SAFE banking, cannabis retailers slashing prices, and Cannabis Amnesty group launches "Legalize Us"! Welcome to another episode of "Cannabis Daily"! Here are today's stories:Cannabis banking reform before midterm elections according to Jeff Schultz - Proactive InvestorsDeeper discounts than ever on both sides of the border - MJBizDailyApproximately 500,000 Canadians still have criminal records associated with cannabis. - Cannabis AmnestySugar Cane Cannabis could be the first farmgate store in B.C. and on First Nations land - Global NewsAs mentioned in the episode - we'd love to get your take! Back to our second story - what do you make of the discount data collected by Headset.Tweet us and let us know your thoughts, here.Huge thanks to Jarret in Rhode Island for his email about Miracle-Gro's transition into the cannabis market.Want to be like Jarret? Email us about our stories, here.Missed the previous episode? You can catch up with it here. About Cannabis Daily.Cannabis Daily is a cannabis news and interview program from Business of Cannabis. We highlight the companies, brands, people and trends driving the cannabis industry.Business of Cannabis is a cannabis industry platform marrying cannabis news, video and podcast content, newsletters and online and real-world cannabis events.June 29-29 | Cannabis Europa in London is a two day event delivering cutting-edge knowledge from senior government officials, leading scientific experts and some of the most influential businesses in the industry - https://www.cannabis-europa.comVisit Business of Cannabis online:http://businessofcannabis.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/bofc_mediaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/businessofcannabisInstagram: https://instagram.com/businessofcannabisFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/bofcmediaSpotify: http://bofc.me/spotifyApple: http://bofc.me/applepodPodcasts Online: https://bofc.me/bofclive
Is university a waste of time and money? On this episode of the Munk Debates Podcast, Bryan Caplan, author of The Case Against Education, debates Professor Nicholas Dirks, the former Chancellor of UC Berkeley, on the motion Be it resolved, cut public spending for universities. It's a waste of time and money. SOURCES: CNN, Newsweek, EWTN, Global News.
Like the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon). This week we're joined by Washington Post columnist David Moscrop and commentator, columnist, and True North fellow Andrew Lawton for a postmortem on the Ontario election. Why went wrong, who won, and who lost? About David Moscrop David Moscrop is a contributing columnist for The Washington Post, the host of the podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/open-to-debate-with-david-moscrop/id1441042667 (Open to Debate), and the author of https://gooselane.com/products/too-dumb-for-democracy ("Too Dumb for Democracy? Why We Make Bad Political Decisions and How We Can Make Better Ones.") https://twitter.com/David_Moscrop (Follow David on Twitter) About Andrew Lawton Andrew Lawton is a broadcaster and columnist. Currently, he is a fellow at True North and a weekly columnist for Loonie Politics. His written work has been published across the world, including in the Washington Post, the National Post, the Toronto Sun, the Edmonton Sun, and Global News. Andrew has appeared as a commentator on CBC, CTV, TVO, CTS, and on BBC World. Andrew ran as a Progressive Conservative candidate in Ontario's 2018 provincial election. https://twitter.com/andrewlawton?s=21&t=jhZYCKbzPkmaRLCCmmZCyQ (Follow Andrew on Twitter) Stay connected with the latest from New Left Radio by https://newleft.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8227a4372fe8dc22bdbf0e3db&id=e99d6c70b4 (joining our mailing list) today! _________
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Alan speaks with Dr. Lori Turnbull, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the School of Public Administration at Dalhousie University and Alex Boutilier, Senior National Politics Reporter for Global News. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ch1: Brits are flooding into the streets to celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee. Guest: Redmond Shannon, National News Desk Reporter for Global News. Ch2: It's easy to espouse the virtues of getting out to see some art and culture. But admission to get into a gallery is sometimes prohibitive! The Vancouver Art Gallery is going to offer free entry to kids up to the age of 18. Guests: Anthony Kiendl, Director and CEO of the Vancouver Art Gallery Ch3: There is a new survey that shows which countries are in the good books with Canadians. Guest: Mario Canseco, President of Research Co. Ch4: B.C.'s minimum wage has gone up to $15.65 per hour. It is higher than any other province. But, is it enough? Guest: Adrienne Montani from Living Wage for Families BC Ch5: BC's Ministry of Social Development and Poverty Reduction announced a new initiative providing intervenor community services that will improve the quality of life of British Columbians who are living with deafblindness. Guest: Sherry Grabowski, Vice President of Deafblind Community Services Ch6: When we think about racism in our province, we tend to talk about it in the past – but harmful, discriminatory language still lingers in the land titles of some West Vancouver documents, and residents want it out. But it's going to cost a lot. Guest: Marcus Wong, West Vancouver City Councilor Ch7: What the heck is going on in Surrey politics right now? Guest: Jack Hundial, Surrey City Councilor See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BC becomes 1st province to remove criminal penalties for possession of some hard drugs Mayor of Vancouver Kennedy Stewart discusses the removal of criminal penalties for possession of some illicit drugs in B.C. Also reaction to a violent stabbing that happened earlier this morning in East Vancouver. A look back at an eventful session at the B.C. Legislature Vaughn Palmer, Vancouver Sun's provincial affairs political columnist & Keith Baldrey, Legislative Bureau Chief for Global News in Victoria discuss the passed legislative session. National handgun ‘freeze' among new firearm regulations proposed by Ottawa Marco Mendicino, Federal Minister of Public Safety discusses government crackdown on handguns Jury returns verdict in favour of Johnny Depp in defamation trial with Amber Heard Ari Goldkind, Criminal Defense lawyer and legal commentator discusses the verdict in the Johnny Depp - Amber Heard case. Why are the number of bats in B.C. being counted? Danielle Dagenais, Regional Bat Coordinator for the Metro Vancouver-Squamish Area with the Community Bat Programs of BC, discusses why there is a need to count the number of bats in the province. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Vaughn Palmer, Vancouver Sun's provincial affairs political columnist & Keith Baldrey, Legislative Bureau Chief for Global News in Victoria discuss the passed legislative session. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Christine Jessop disappeared from her home at only 9 years old and it was highly suspected that her neighbor Guy Paul Morin was responsible. Over 30 years later genetic genealogy would link an unlikely suspect to the crime -K&O Rate, Review and Subscribe on the platforms of your choice. Check us out on Instagram to join in the discussions about the case! Comment on the case related post, we can't wait to hear your thoughts. @podcastbyproxy Use code FREEPODCASTBYPROXY at check out to try a free Classic basket from Goodfood! Goodfood is a Canadian online grocery subscription service delivering meal kits, read-to-cook meals, and grocery products to your door each week *conditions apply Intro music made by: https://soundcloud.com/aiakos Sources: The story of Christine Jessop and Guy Paul Morin: One murder, two tragedies | Globalnews.ca Crime Beat: The final chapter of the Christine Jessop and Guy Paul Morin tragedy | S2 E3 - YouTube Christine Jessop murder case closed with naming of Toronto girl's killer after 36 years | National Post Ex-wife of Christine Jessop's killer talks about coming to grips with the awful truth | CBC News Toronto police identify killer in cold case of 9-year-old Christine Jessop | CBC News The science behind why police now believe they have the right suspect in Christine Jessop's murder | CBC News DNA solves 1984 murder of Christine Jessop, suspect dead: Toronto police | Globalnews.ca 'IT BREAKS MY HEART': Christine Jessop's dad says killer 'destroyed' many lives | Toronto Sun 36 years after Christine Jessop's murder, her mother speaks about finally getting 'closure' | CBC News Inside the hunt for Christine Jessop's real killer (torontolife.com) Guy Paul Morin - Innocence Canada Kaufman Report - Wikipedia Executive Summary - Report of the Kaufman Commission on Proceedings Involving Guy Paul Morin - Ministry of the Attorney General (archive-it.org)
Sam Cooper (@scoopercooper) is a national investigative journalist for Global News and co-author of Wilful Blindness, How a Network of Narcos, Tycoons, and CCP Agents Infiltrated the West. What We Discuss with Sam Cooper: How -- and why -- is the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) directly responsible for waging a reverse Opium War from China against the West? How does the CCP operate in tandem with criminal organizations to further its interests in the West? What does the CCP do to entice and recruit Westerners to become mouthpieces of government propaganda? How the CCP uses gangsters, gambling, drugs, and real estate to launder massive amounts of money in the West while simultaneously undermining the democratic societies in which they operate. What is the Five Eyes alliance, how is interference by the CCP jeopardizing its stability, and why is this something the West needs to worry about sooner rather than later? And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/677 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! Miss our conversation with David Kilgour, author of Bloody Harvest: Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China? Catch up with episode 497: David Kilgour | The Heartless Art of Forced Organ Harvesting here! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
Today's Topics:...an interesting mix of messiness from around the world ranging from porn at an airport to an art-thief in France. Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode 55 Season 5 (series 471) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci #Brazil #Iran #Greece #UN #UnitedNations #HumanRights #China #Colombia #France
Episode 221: On the morning of December 31, 1888, in Saint-Pierre and Miquelon, friends found 61-year-old fisherman François Coupard dead in his fishing shack. Someone had brutally slain Coupard and had mutilated his body horribly after his murder. A quick investigation led to two men, Auguste Neel and Louis Ollivier, trying to flee to Newfoundland on a stolen fishing boat. The pair later admitted their roles in the murder and were tried and convicted. Ollivier was sentenced to 10 years at hard labour, while Neel, against whom the evidence was more solid, received a death sentence, which was carried out on August 24, 1889. This execution was the first and last in North America using a guillotine to do the deed. Sources: ExecutedToday.com » auguste neel 19/02/1930 : Affaire NEEL Auguste et OLLIVIER Louis – Saint-Pierre et Miquelon : Ephémérides affaire néel - Histoire des îles St Pierre et Miquelon Saint Pierre and Miquelon - Wikipedia L'Île-aux-Marins - Wikipedia Canada's top court says voluntary extreme intoxication a defence in violent crimes | Globalnews.ca R. v. Brown, 2022 SCC 18 (CanLII), < https://canlii.ca/t/jp648 > the dive spell: Saint Pierre Island: site of the only guillotine execution in north america La Veuve de Saint-Pierre History of the Guillotine 8 Things You May Not Know About the Guillotine - HISTORY The Paris Review - The Bloody Family History of the Guillotine Louis XVI - Wikipedia Does the head remain briefly conscious after decapitation (revisited)? - The Straight Dope Exploring The French Instrument Of Death: The Guillotine | Thought Catalog Guillotine by Robert Frederick Opie - Ebook | Scribd Execution by Geoffrey Abbott - Ebook | Scribd The Widow of Saint-Pierre - Wikipedia St. Pierre, a Tiny Pin Point of France and Al Capone's Prohibition Haunt: Canadian Odyssey on the Looney Front — Part 10 | HuffPost Life Sept. 10, 1977: Heads Roll for the Last Time in France | WIRED 5 really cool things about Saint-Pierre and Miquelon - Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/darkpoutine See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you being stalked by a vibrational vampire? Have you been possessed by Demonic vibrations?” In episode 60, I introduce the concept of vibrational possession – when someone mimics your energy and eventually learns to control your spirt. Think I have lost my mind yet? Then, come with me and take a walk into the Event Horizon. Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/hebeheberadio/ and Twitter at @EventHo14339589, and Instagram @EventHorizon. Please give me your feedback and leave a comment.If you like Event Horizon and are also a political junkie, you might just like my podcast, "The Mark Peterson Show." Please check it out on Spreaker https://www.spreaker.com/show/the_mark_peterson_show You might also like my new podcast, "Movie Reviews from the Edge." Check it out at https://www.spreaker.com/show/movie-reviews-from-the-edge. I will be reviewing the latest James Bond film and the latest season of Stranger ThingsShow Sources:Jan Haldane. “Beware the Energy Vampires.” Jan Haldane, Jan Haldane, 18 Apr. 2021, www.janhaldane.com/blog/beware-the-energy-vampire.Chan, Athena. “Researchers Use Sound to Treat Tumors.” Medical Daily, 19 Apr. 2022, www.medicaldaily.com/researchers-use-sound-treat-tumors-465032. Cross, Alan. “The Great 440 Hz Conspiracy, and Why All of Our Music Is Wrong: Alan Cross.” National | Globalnews.ca, Global News, 13 May 2018, globalnews.ca/news/4194106/440-hz-conspiracy-music/amp/. Times, International Business. “International Business Times.” Researchers Use Sound To Treat Tumors, apple.news/A83hiB8MuRUShySZOcnaHfQ.
It's Time For The FUCKING SPELLING BEE with James P White! James has to spell 2/5 words correctly and Dean will give him $100! More Fallout from #DougFord's war on the Media. A Global News reporter was roughed up by Doug's security for asking questions Doug didn't want to answer. The next day, the same reporter was reporting from the Jacob Hoggard sex trial. MAGIC! How bad is morale in Journalism? Fucking AWFUL.
On this special episode journalist Erica Vella shares an excerpt of the series on the Brentwood Five massacre first covered by Nancy Hixt. Nancy is a Global News colleague and a senior crime reporter based in Calgary and she covered this case in an episode of her award-winning podcast Crime Beat. In the excerpt of the episode shared with you today you'll hear from Timothy McLean's mother, Carol De Delley….who is fighting to change the law in Canada-- so killers deemed to be not criminally responsible or NCR--would have to continue their treatment and monitoring...indefinitely… https://omny.fm/shows/crime-beat/the-brentwood-five-massacre-part-3 The families of the Brentwood five...are concerned--the same thing that happened to Timothy McLean's killer...will happen to the man who killed their five children. Contact: Email: email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's Topic: We do our 3rd episode of international news content-analysis, featuring 100-global news stories from 10-different online media platforms to see just what everyone else is saying about 'what's going on in the world today'! Always remember that Lofi Poli Sci is more than just me, it's the “we”, that we be. Episode Link: https://youtu.be/kRgBDzebCMI Episode 51 Season 5 (series 467) Official Website: www.lofipolisci.com Instagram: lofi_poli_sci_podcast YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/LofiPoliSciPodcast LinkedIn: Michael Pickering #lofipolisci #lofi #politicalscience #news #worldnews #globalnews #lofiGlobalNews #alwaysHope #podcast #lofipoliscipodcast #Top10 #GoodNewsFriday #PickeringUnplugged #LettersOfTheLofiPoliSci
Episode 220: The attention grabbing headline of the the article in The Province newspaper on the morning of July 3, 2013 screamed, “RCMP foil Canada Day bomb plot”, the subheading read, “VICTORIA: Two British Columbians allegedly hatch scheme to blow up legislature.” Since March of that year, RCMP had been engaged in what they called Project Souvenir, a complex and expensive sting operation to gather evidence against two Surrey residents, John Stuart Nuttall, 38, and his common-law wife, Amanda Marie Korody, 29. The RCMP alleged that the pair were Islamist extremist bent on blowing up BC's legislature buildings in Victoria and killing as many innocent Canadians as possible on Canada Day that year. On the morning of July 1, the couple had apparently placed three pressure cooker bombs strategically near concrete planters on the west and east sides of the Provincial legislature buildings. The pair were taken into custody in the hallway of a hotel in Delta, B.C. where they had used a room, wired by cops for video and sound, where they had built their bombs and spoken openly about their plot to kill Canadians. But, as the truth came out, evidence revealed that Nuttall and Korody were not even remotely the devious threats to national security they'd been said to be and that the RCMP had in fact, according to court findings, entrapped the pair. The bombs had been inert, made using intentionally flawed designs and materials handed to the couple by the RCMP themselves during the more than one million dollar operation to bust them. Sources: John Nuttall | ReverbNation R. v. Nuttall, 2016 BCSC 1404 (CanLII), < https://canlii.ca/t/gsq89 > R. v. Nuttall, 2018 BCCA 479 (CanLII), < https://canlii.ca/t/hwnvs > Korody v. Canada (Attorney General), 2015 FC 1398 (CanLII), < https://canlii.ca/t/gpfvp> Friends of John Nuttall say he was a great friend, but was also troubled | Globalnews.ca 3 Jul 2013, 4 - The Province at Newspapers.com 3 Jul 2013, 3 - Times Colonist at Newspapers.com 4 Jul 2013, 4 - The Vancouver Sun at Newspapers.com CKNW — NUTTALL & KORODY Video Vancouver Sun — Raw: Alleged terrorists Nuttall, Korody talk about Canada Day plot Vancouver Sun — Raw: John Nuttall, accused in B.C. terror case, speaks with undercover officer You searched for korody - BC Civil Liberties AssociationBC Civil Liberties Association Vancouver Sun — An alleged terrorist's Surrey suite is revealed 97a Ave Canadian Press — B.C. couple walk free after entrapment ruling in terror case BC Terror Trial Reveals Gong Show RCMP Investigation Exclusive W5 interview: Terror plotters claim they were groomed by Mounties and were relieved bombs were fake W5: Undercover RCMP anti-terror investigation — YouTube Surrey Suite, BB TV — YouTube Terror trial video shows second thoughts — YouTube Canada Day crowd at B.C. legislature was target in thwarted bomb plot, police say — Victoria Times Colonist Nuttall and Korody, couple accused in Victoria legislature bomb plot, remain free after B.C. Court of Appeal ruling - BC | Globalnews.ca RCMP spent $1M on Victoria terror plot investigation, including $90K on Nuttall and Korody - BC | Globalnews.ca RCMP entrapment of B.C. couple in legislature bomb plot was ‘travesty of justice,' court rules | CBC News Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/darkpoutine See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mandating French in QuebecFurious controversy and public demonstrations have raged this week over Bill 96, one of the toughest pieces of legislation so far drafted in the efforts of francophones to make theirs the official language of Quebec. A May 16 article by Elizabeth Zogalis on the website Global News describes how many anglophones in Montreal and other parts of the province fear the ramifications of such a hardball approach to promoting the use of French in the workplace and public institutions.It may give readers a sense of the slant of Global News to note that you have go considerably further down, toward the end of the article, to find a differing view of Bill 96. Depp v. HeardJohnny Depp's lawsuit over the alleged libel his ex-wife Amber Heard committed in a Washington Post op-ed piece continues this week, as does her countersuit, with Heard on the stand taking questions under cross-examination from Depp's lawyer about their heated quarrels. One of the most harrowing parts of a trial filled with disquieting testimony was Heard's claim that Depp committed sexual assault with a bottle. Jurors saw a photo of the bottle, which was intact despite Heard's claim that she feared it was broken while inside her body.The gruesome testimony, along with Depp's claims to have lost the tip of his middle finger when Heard threw a vodka bottle at him and to have hidden from her while she went on a rampage looking for him, is the subject of a May 17 article in the New York Post by Elizabeth Rosner and Snejana Farberov.California Judge Nixes Gender QuotasJust when you may have thought there was no hope for California, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Maureen Duffy-Lewis last week made a sensible decision striking down gender quotas that had forced corporations in the state to have a certain number of women on their boards. As Evan Symon details in a May 16 article for California Globe, the judge's ruling finds that SB 826, which has been law in the Golden State for three years, violates the right to equal treatment and is therefore unconstitutional.Israel Defends ItselfAs terrorist attacks continue to endanger the civilians, military, and infrastructure of Israel, prime minister Naftali Bennett has pledged a massive response making use of helicopters and missiles, the Jerusalem Post reported on May 17. According to the Post's article, calls for a tough response have grown in the aftermath of the killing of Noam Raz, a veteran counterterrorist operative, during an Israeli Defense Force operation in the city of Jenin last week, and another incident where IDF soldiers fatally shot a Palestinian man at a checkpoint when he ran at them with a knife, among other incidents. The article details how IDF soldiers have arrested numerous terror suspects in recent days. But clearly such actions have not gone nearly far enough to quell public fears of a sharp uptick in attacks and the need for the military to use its considerable resources to maintain order.