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Beyond the Breakers
Episode 82 - Halloween 2022 ft. Kaylee

Beyond the Breakers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 66:13


We're celebrating Halloween in style with some spooky stories of the Eastland, the Kamloops, and the ghosts of Maryland's Point Lookout. And we're joined by returning champion Kaylee!Sources:"Chicago Hauntings: The Ghosts of the Eastland." CBS Chicago, 26 Oct 2021. https://www.cbsnews.com/chicago/news/chicago-hauntings-ghosts-eastland-disaster/Coleman, Dorcas. "The Spirits of Point Lookout." Maryland Department of Natural Resources, https://dnr.maryland.gov/Pages/Spirits-of-Point-Lookout.aspxEastland Disaster Historical Society. https://eastlanddisaster.org/people/Flavion, Gary. "Civil War Prison Camps: Suffering and Survival." American Battlefield Trust, https://www.battlefields.org/learn/articles/civil-war-prison-camps?ms=googlegrant&gclid=Cj0KCQjwwfiaBhC7ARIsAGvcPe7F4qhLTgFcOTMP7ddXg_Hp7I4EsOH4F4Ixss_zUU0r0RFYk53-kQUaAiZkEALw_wcBHiggins, David M. "Scariest stories of the Chesapeake Bay Region." The Southern Maryland Chronicle, 10 Oct 2018. https://southernmarylandchronicle.com/2018/10/10/scariest-stories-of-the-chesapeake-bay-region-part-5-point-lookout-state-park/  Newkirk, Greg. "Meet Old Whitey, the Preserved Corpse of the SS Kamloops, Lake Superior's Most Haunted Shipwreck." Week In Weird, 27 Nov 2016. https://weekinweird.com/2016/11/27/old-whitey-preserved-corpse-kamloops/"Point Lookout: America's Most Haunted Lighthouse." Unexplained Cases, 21 Feb 2022. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKY6arZH9v8Taylor, Troy. "The Eastland Disaster." American Hauntings, 24 Jan 2016. http://troytaylorbooks.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-eastland-disaster.htmlSupport the show

People First Radio
Tsqelmucwilc: we return to being human again – sharing the stories of survivors of the Kamloops Indian Residential School

People First Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 27:58


Celia Haig-Brown and Randy Fred recently finished a tour to promote Tsqelmucwilc, a book that shares the testimonies of survivors of the Kamloops Indian Residential School. Tsqelmucwilc is a Secwepemc phrase that loosely translates to “we return to being human again”. The book builds on Haig-Brown and Fred’s work in Resistance and Renewal a 1988 book […]

Unleashed with The Dingo and Danny Podcast Fueled by Monster Energy
Matt Berger, Innovative Street Skateboarder and X Games Medalist – UNLEASHED Podcast E42

Unleashed with The Dingo and Danny Podcast Fueled by Monster Energy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 49:47


Get ready for a session with one of the most technical skateboarders in the game! UNLEASHED is proud to welcome 28-year-old street skate innovator Matt Berger from Kamloops, Canada. In conversation with The Dingo and Danny, the multiple X Games medalist and Olympic athlete shares his inspiring career from small town beginnings to stadium events.Raised in a small town in British Columbia, Matt Berger asked for his first skateboard at age 5. Supported by his father, who also captured his son's ahead-of-his-age tricks on camera, the prodigy earned his first flow sponsorship at age 10. Endorsed by skateboard icon Rodney Mullen, he moved on to full-blown sponsored status at eleven – and proceeded to make his mark as one of the most technical (and consistent) riders on the circuit. Berger won Damn Am Canada in 2009 and made history in 2014 as the first amateur to compete with big-ticket pros on the Street League Skateboarding (SLS) series. Pro since 2015, he's earned two X Games medals, dropped legendary video parts, and represented Canada in the Tokyo Olympics. And no, his last name is not pronounced ‘burger'!Get the story now from Berger himself: Press the play button (and hit Like) on the new episode of UNLEASHED with The Dingo and Danny Podcast.Make sure to subscribe and stay tuned for more UNLEASHED episodes. Regular editions of the show are recorded live inside Studio M at Monster Energy headquarters in Corona, California and published bi-weekly. Also follow @monsterenergy for updates.

WHL Radio Show Podcast
Episode 115: WHL This Week - Episode 3 - Oct 7, 2022

WHL Radio Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 19:31


WHL This Week - Radio Edition, previews the upcoming 2022 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects game set for Vancouver January 25th, 2023.  Director and Vice-President of NHL Central Scouting Dan Maar joins us to talk about having all the top prospects on the same ice and when they plan on releasing their Players to Watch list later month.Matt Bardsley is the new General Manager of the Spokane Chiefs.  He will be in charge of a Chiefs rebuild after previous WHL stops in Portland and Kamloops.  He'll be our guest.Finally, after a terrific rookie season, Kelowna Rockets F Andrew Cristall has started his 17 year-old season with a WHL Player of the Week award.  Five points in two games led his team.  He will be our guest to wrap up the show. 

Kamloops Last Week
KLW 62 — Hunter, Titans, Top Five

Kamloops Last Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 45:03


Coun. Sadie Hunter jumps into the Kamloops Last Week hot seat (8:38 mark) in Episode 62, which also includes the top five things to look out for during the Kamloops Civic Election Forum (28:05). The forum will get underway at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 5, in the Grand Hall at TRU and video of the event will be streamed live and posted on the Kamloops This Week Facebook page. Hunter explains why she is the person for the job, talking of the importance of female representation and her wide swath of life and employment experience. In the wake of claims made by mayoral candidate Ray Dhaliwal of bullying and harassment on city council and at city hall, Hunter shares her own experience and speaks of physical intimidation. Hunter also answers a question on running for the NDP in the 2020 provincial election — did she break trust with Kamloops voters? Topics also include mandatory admission into recovery programs, increasing feistiness as the election draws near, Hunter’s belief she is a leader who can bring council and community together and inflationary costs. We also touch on the South Kamloops Titans’ revenge tour (3:38), as the senior high school football team embarks on its regular season, which begins on Friday at Hillside Stadium, an 8 p.m. start against Salmon Arm. The Titans feel they were robbed last year of a chance to play in BC Place Stadium during the Subway Bowl. They’re using the slight as fuel in 2022. The Kamloops Last Week crew embarks (4:50) on an eagle-hunting journey that brings them to Gord’s Appliance and Mattress Centre, Nu Leaf Produce Market and McDonald’s. To inquire about joining the #LastWeekClique sponsorship consortium, email klw@kamloopsthisweek.com. Join our growing subscriber base by searching for Kamloops Last Week on YouTube. Share this video and email KLW@kamloopsthisweek.com for a chance to win four tickets to this Friday’s Blazers’ game. We’ll see you Last Week :)

Redeye
Tsqelmucwilc: The Kamloops Indian Residential School - Resistance and A Reckoning

Redeye

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 22:38


Tsqelmucwilc is the story of the children who survived the Kamloops Indian Residential School. It is based on the 1988 book Resistance and Renewal, a groundbreaking history of the school - and the first book on residential schools ever published in Canada. The new book has contributions by Garry Gottfriedson, Randy Fred and the KIRS Survivors. We speak with author Celia Haig-Brown.

The SpokenWeb Podcast
Listening to Fire Knowledges in and around the Okanagan Valley

The SpokenWeb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 60:33


This month, the SpokenWeb Podcast features an episode created by our former supervising producer and project manager Judith Burr. This audio is part of Judith's podcast, “Listening to Fire Knowledges in and around the Okanagan Valley,” which she produced as her master's thesis at UBC-Okanagan. While Judith was working on The SpokenWeb Podcast, she was also working on the research methodology of making a podcast as thesis and on the compiling of interviews and tape that would become the sound of this representation and intervention in ecological thinking. The episode features a number of Judith's interviews about living with wildfires in the Okanagan, including the story and poetry of Canadian poet Sharon Thesen. Listeners of the SpokenWeb Podcast might remember Thesen from past episodes, including Episode 7 of last season about the Women and Words Collection, or from episodes of our sister podcast SoundBox Signals produced by the Audio-Media-Poetry Lab at UBCO. In Judee's conversations with Sharon and other interviewees, we hear first-hand perspectives of those who have witnessed and lived through the dangers of these wildfires. We hear about challenges of resource management and land-use planning in fire-prone geographies. And we hear about the role that storytelling may have to play in helping us reckon with these challenges.SpokenWeb is a monthly podcast produced by the SpokenWeb team as part of distributing the audio collected from (and created using) Canadian Literary archival recordings found at universities across Canada. To find out more about Spokenweb visit: spokenweb.ca . If you love us, let us know! Rate us and leave a comment on Apple Podcasts or say hi on our social media @SpokenWebCanada. Episode Notes from "Listening to Fire Knowledges in and around the Okanagan Valley":This episode features interviews with poet Sharon Thesen; foresters Daryl Spencer, Dave Gill, and Gord Pratt; UBCO Living with Wildfire project lead Mathieu Bourbonnais; forest technologist Jeff Eustache; and FireSmart program lead Kelsey Winter. They discuss protecting communities in and around the Okanagan Valley from wildfire danger in light of recent wildfire seasons.“Listening to Fire Knowledges in and around the Okanagan Valley” was created by Judith Burr as her master's thesis project in the Digital Arts & Humanities theme of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies program at the University of British Columbia Okanagan. This work was supported by UBC-Okanagan's feminist digital humanities lab, the AMP Lab. This project was also supported in part by the Government of Canada's New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF) through UBC Okanagan's “Living with Wildfire” Project. This podcast was created on the unceded territory of the Syilx Okanagan Nation. EPISODE PRODUCER: Judith (Judee) Burr is a PhD student in the Department of Geography at the University of British Columbia. She recently completed her MA in the IGS Digital Arts & Humanities theme at the University of British Columbia-Okanagan. Her research uses audio media and storytelling tools to examine the complexities of human culture in fire-adapted landscapes, connecting to the rich world of the digital environmental humanities. She has worked as an environmental researcher and writer on projects including the Value of Rhode Island Forests report and the Forestry for RI Birds project. She also co-founded the live lit reading series Stranger Stories in Providence. She graduated with a BS in Earth Systems and a BA in Philosophy in 2012 from Stanford University, where she contributed to the podcasts Generation Anthropocene and Philosophy Talk. SHOW NOTESThese show notes are approximately in order of mention, rather than alphabetical. See them cited to specific moments of the episode using the episode transcript.In this episode, we hear clips from a cover of Bob Dylan's “All Along the Watchtower” from the Lent Fraser Wall Trio's album “Shadow Moon.” Used throughout this episode with permission from John Lent. The rest of the music in this episode is from Blue Dot Sessions, and you can find specific tracks cited in the transcript: https://app.sessions.blue.Catherine Owens, Locations of Grief: An Emotional Geography (Hamilton: Wolsack & Wynn, 2020).“It is clear that a successful record of fire suppression has led to a fuel buildup in the forests of British Columbia. The fuel buildup means that there will be more significant and severe wildfires, and there will be more interface fires, unless action is taken.” Filmon, G. (2004). Firestorm 2003: Provincial Review. Government of British Columbia, https://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/public-safety-and-emergency-services/wildfire-status/governance/bcws_firestormreport_2003.pdf.“Master Plan for Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park.” 1990. Kamloops, B.C.: B.C. Parks, Southern Interior Region.My analysis of B.C. Wildfire Service data using QGIS. Okanagan watershed defined by watershed atlas polygons and compiled by fellow Living with Wildfire researcher Renée Larsen. Area burned data from: “Fire Perimeters – Historical.” Statistics and Geospatial Data. BC Wildfire Service. Available at https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/wildfire-status/about-bcws/wildfire-statistics.Xwisten et al., “Xwisten Report Executive Summary,” Revitalizing traditional burning: Integrating Indigenous cultural values into wildfire management and climate change adaptation planning (Department of Indigenous Services Canada (DISC) First Nations Adapt Program, 2019), Accessed April 2022 at https://www.fness.bc.ca/core-programs/forest-fuel-management/first-nations-adapt-program.; Eli Hirtle, Xwisten (Bridge River Indian Band) (Masinipayiwin Films, 2019), Accessed April 2022 at https://vimeo.com/383104228.; Shackan Indian Band et al., “Shackan Indian Band Report Executive Summary,” Revitalizing traditional burning: Integrating Indigenous cultural values into wildfire management and climate change adaptation planning (Department of Indigenous Services Canada (DISC) First Nations Adapt Program, 2019), https://www.fness.bc.ca/core-programs/forest-fuel-management/first-nations-adapt-program.; Eli Hirtle, Shackan Indian Band (Masinipayiwin Films, 2019), https://vimeo.com/383108850.Forest Enhancement Society of BC, “Projects,” Accessed May 2022, https://www.fesbc.ca/projects.Amy Thiessen, “Sharon Thesen's ‘The Fire',” English Undergraduate Honours Thesis, 2020, https://sharonthesenthefire.omeka.net/about. More Resources: FireSmart Canada, https://firesmartcanada.ca/; Blazing the Trail, https://firesmartcanada.ca/product/blazing-the-trail-celebrating-indigenous-fire-stewardship.; Nature Conservancy, Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges (TREX), http://www.conservationgateway.org/ConservationPractices/FireLandscapes/HabitatProtectionandRestoration/Training/TrainingExchanges/Pages/fire-training-exchanges.aspx; Karuk Climate Change Projects, “Fire Works!,” https://karuktribeclimatechangeprojects.com/fire-works; NC State University, “Prescribed Burn Associations,” https://sites.cnr.ncsu.edu/southeast-fire-update/prescribed-burn-associations; Firesticks Alliance, https://www.firesticks.org.au.   More Fire Podcasts: Amy Cardinal Christianson and Matthew Kristoff (Hosts), Good Fire Podcast, https://yourforestpodcast.com/good-fire-podcast; Amanda Monthei (host), Life with Fire Podcast, https://lifewithfirepodcast.com; Adam Huggins and Mendel Skulski (hosts), “On Fire: Camas, Cores, and Spores (Part 1),” Future Ecologies Podcast, August 29, 2018, https://www.futureecologies.net/listen/fe1-5-on-fire-pt-1.

Macroaggressions
#269: The Queen Is Dead! | Kevin Annett

Macroaggressions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 57:47


Author and human rights campaigner, Kevin Annett, sued the Queen of England and her husband Prince Philip over the disappearance of 10 native children from the Kamloops residential school in Canada back in 1964. He explains his thoughts on the passing of the Queen and what it means for the British Empire moving forward. We also finally hear the story of why the Pope resigned several years ago and why he is sequestered inside Vatican City for his own safety and also to prevent him from being arrested and held accountable for the crimes of the church. Was it just time for him to go or did Kevin Annett start the dominoes falling that led to the Pope making his escape on a helicopter to avoid justice? Sponsors: Emergency Preparedness Food: www.preparewithmacroaggressions.com Chemical Free Body: https://www.chemicalfreebody.com and use promo code: MACRO C60 Purple Power: https://c60purplepower.com/ Promo Code: MACRO Wise Wolf Gold & Silver: www.Macroaggressions.gold True Hemp Science: https://truehempscience.com/ Haelan: https://haelan951.com/pages/macro Solar Power Lifestyle: https://solarpowerlifestyle.com/ Promo Code: MACRO Coin Bit App: https://coinbitsapp.com/?ref=0SPP0gjuI68PjGU89wUv Macroaggressions Merch Store: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/macroaggressions?ref_id=22530 LinkTree: linktr.ee/macroaggressions Books: HYPOCRAZY: https://amzn.to/3AFhfg2 Controlled Demolition on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08M21XKJ5 Purchase "The Octopus Of Global Control" Amazon: https://amzn.to/3aEFFcr Barnes & Noble: https://bit.ly/39vdKeQ Online Connection: Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/Macroaggressions Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/macroaggressions_podcast/ Discord Link:  https://discord.gg/4mGzmcFexg Website: www.theoctopusofglobalcontrol.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/theoctopusofglobalcontrol Twitter: www.twitter.com/macroaggressio3 Twitter Handle: @macroaggressio3 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCn3GlVLKZtTkhLJkiuG7a-Q Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2LjTwu5 Kevin Annett: Website: http://murderbydecree.com/ Book: Murder by Decree - The Crime of Genocide in Canada: https://amzn.to/3LhSX20

Montreal Now with Aaron Rand & Natasha Hall
Walking to raise awareness, what is hope fatigue? Montrealers react to comments on immigration, & a mayor puts her community back together

Montreal Now with Aaron Rand & Natasha Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 52:08


Indigenous woman walks across Canada to raise awareness about residential schools JASMINE LAVALLEE,walking coast-to-coast to raise awareness Last year, Jasmine Lavallee walked over 2,000 kilometres from Winnipeg to Kamloops, B.C. last year, in wake of the discovery of unmarked graves at the former site of Kamloops Indian Residential School. And she's doing it again but this time, she's going even farther -coast to coast across Canada What is hope fatigue? LESLEY ALDERMAN, LCSW, is a psychotherapist based in Brooklyn Hope Fatigue is a new mental health issue that many professionals are seeing in their patients. It's when you are experiencing a deficit of optimism, and are overwhelmed about important issues that are beyond their control. How do you know that you might be suffering from this? MONTREALERS REACT TO IMMIGRATION MINISTER JEAN BOULET'S COMMENTS ON IMMIGRATION A mayor tries to put her community back together AMANDA MCDOUGALL, Mayor of Cape Breton Regional Municipality 

RadioLabour
Remembering the children in song

RadioLabour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 3:52


Sometimes truth can only be told with poetry and music. When Cheryl-Anne Bower, the creative spirit behind Voices Rock Canada, and Susan O'Quinn, from Newfoundland's Mi'kmaq community, heard about the discovery of a burial ground of 215 indigenous  children in Kamloops they wrote a song for the children. And their mothers. LITTLE ANGELS  Written by: Cheryl Bower/Susan O'Quinn. Arranged: Mike Lerner Gently walk upon this land, as we lay a bed of feathers Sacred ground beneath our feet, precious bones remain forever Feet will never touch the floor, tiny shoes remain unworn The sun won't shine on faces, shine on faces anymore CHORUS/ Love the souls of little angels; bow our heads and softly (gently) weep Lay them down, in a bed of feathers, Little Angels, ever sleep. Mother covers them in earth    As she holds them in her heart Their souls never left behind As they rise up to the stars CHORUS/ BRIDGE/ Lullaby your souls to keep, as we watch the angels sleep Once were lost, but now are found, feathers gently on the ground Feet will never touch the shore, they're not forgotten anymore Their souls live on forever, souls live on forever more.... CHORUS/ Outro/ Look upon them as they sleep, bow our heads and gently weep Written by Cheryl-Anne Bower and Susan O'Quinn, from Newfoundland's Mi'kmaq community Lead singer: Cheryl-Anne Bower Arrangement: Mike Lerner Produced and Recorded by: Murray Foster, TORONTO, On. Musicians: Brian May (guitar), Liza McLellan (cello), Murray Foster (guitar), Mike Lerner (piano), Susan O'Quinn (drum). Backing Vocals: Cheryl-Anne Bower/Murray Foster

Kamloops Last Week
KLW 61 — Singh, Grether, political feistiness

Kamloops Last Week

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 49:50


Interviews with mayoral candidate Arjun Singh and TRU WolfPack spark plug Ainsley Grether drive Episode 61 of Kamloops Last Week. Singh (who joins at the 9:19 mark) talks of his political experience and familiarity with provincial and federal government, and how he aims to maintain decorum while attacking problems with boldness. He addresses criticism of the length of his tenure as a municipal politician and fights back against accusations of fence-sitting. Singh responds to criticism from Darpan Sharma and suggests the city council candidate does not have one ounce of political savvy. He backs mandatory treatment for some prolific offenders and explains why he supports an arts centre in Kamloops. Grether (32:24) speaks of newfound confidence in her WolfPack, who are riding a program-record six-match unbeaten streak. The midfielder from Kamloops discusses a host of topics, including Starbucks coffee, superstition, tattoos, cow bellowing, Dorian Greek House, counting horses and cockiness (or is it just a Wolf being a Wolf?). Co-host Chris Foulds (in Above The Foulds at 42:37) says feistiness is increasing as the civic election draws near. He questions a potential name change for the BC Liberals, and conversation turns to argument with co-host Marty Hastings. Among KLW fodder in wide-ranging Ep. 61 — JFK, Brewloops, Isis the superhero, sartorial splendour, Jeff Goldblum in The Fly, holes in socks, Tapestry Festival and how Greg the Engineer played the hero before the Kamloops Blazers’ home opener, delivering a drum to mascot Digger. Magic Mike Miltimore has great memories of a recent skydiving expedition with Hastings and Foulds, an adventure that includes show sponsors McDonald’s, Gord’s Appliance and Mattress Centre and Nu Leaf Produce Market. Subscribe to Kamloops Last Week on YouTube and follow along through your favourite podcast provider. We’ll see you Last Week.

Let's Get Haunted
Episode 123: The SS Kamloops Tragedy & the Corpse of Old Whitey

Let's Get Haunted

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 158:24


SKIP TO 00:11:05 TO GET TO THIS WEEK'S STORY THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED!!! Visit https://www.venterrafarms.com and enter "HAUNTED15" at checkout for 15% off your order + free shipping on all CBD products. Lake Superior is considered to be one of the most haunted lakes of all time due to the insanely high number of unrecovered shipwrecks and bodies that litter the lake floor. In fact, Lake Superior has earned two foreboding nicknames: “The Lake That Never Gives Up Her Dead” and “The Graveyard of the Great Lakes”. Lake Superior has also earned the title of being one of the “Top 10 Most Haunted Lakes in the World”. Today we learn about the most famous of all of the bodies still entombed on the lakebed floor: “Old Whitey”. Whitey's corpse is found floating inside the engine room of the SS Kamloops, which sank on the Canadian side of Lake Superior in the 1920s and has never been removed. Divers report seeing Old Whitey's corpse AND his ghost floating around the ship, following them throughout the wreckage. And if that weren't scary enough, we also delve into the the fear known as “submechanophobia”, which Aly definitely has. TIME STAMPS 00:00:00 INTRO 00:11:05 SUBMECHANOPHOBIA 00:27:41 LAKE SUPERIOR 00:41:38 SS KAMLOOPS 01:30:00 OLD WHITEY 01:53:30 KAMLOOPS SCUBA DIVER INTERVIEW 02:27:35 FINAL THOUGHTS Please go leave a comment on Curtis Lahr's Kamloops vlog and say that LGH sent you! He was super cool to come on the show and talk about such a controversial story. Click here to go to his vlog now: https://bit.ly/CurtisKamloops —— Other Important Stuff: Buy Our Merch: https://www.letsgethaunted.com Donate to our stupid show: https://ko-fi.com/dogmomusa Check out the photo dump for this week's episode: https://www.instagram.com/letsgethaunted Send us fan mail: PO BOX 1658 Camarillo, CA 93011 Send us your listener stories: LetsGetHauntedPod@gmail.com — BACKGROUND MUSIC BY MICHAEL GELFI STUDIOS SUPPORT HIM ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/MichaelGhelfi Link to sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_oZIrPV_iU FIRE SOUND EFFECT BY N BEATS Link to sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mz9ftphTWTM — SOURCES: [01] “Submerged Cultural Resources Study: Isle Royale National Park” by Daniel J. Lenihan, the Submerged Cultural Resources Unit, and National Park Service, Link: https://bit.ly/3BBcozs [02] The Youtube channel “Ask A Mortician”, video “The Lake That Never Gives Up Her Dead”, Link: https://bit.ly/3RIyqWM [03] “Lake Superior is one of the Most Haunted Lakes in America” by Paisley Dunn for QuickCountry.com, link: https://bit.ly/3Dn8mMl [04] “Meet Old Whitey, the Preserved Corpse of the SS Kamloops, Lake Superior's Most Haunted Shipwreck” by Greg Newkirk for WeekInWeird.com, link: https://bit.ly/3U87gdp [05] “Stone now marks burial plot for SS Kamloops tragedy” by Jodi Lundmark, link: https://bit.ly/3Ua1FTS [06] Library of Congress, Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Volume 16 link: https://bit.ly/3U87LEj

The Goalie Corner
Ep 38 - How to start the season right with Kamloops Blazer Goalie Dylan Ernst

The Goalie Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 16:05


In this episode, Kamloops Blazers Goalie Dylan Ernst talks about how to start the season off right. Go to our YouTube Channel to watch Dylan break down some of his game tapes. If you have any questions please reach out via email or social media. www.osgoalie.ca Mental Training Program: osgmental@gmail.com YouTube: One Stop Goaltending Instagram: onestopgoaltending Facebook: onestopgoaltending Tik Tok: OneStopGoaltending

Kamloops Last Week
KLW 60 — Gaglardi, Dhaliwal, Meikle

Kamloops Last Week

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 49:38


Tom Gaglardi, Ray Dhaliwal, The Brothers Foulds and Colton Meikle headline our landmark 60th episode of Kamloops Last Week. Dhaliwal, who is running for mayor, takes his place in the hot seat and talks bullying and intimidation in city hall and on council, working-class approach, methods for reducing crime and street issues, arts centre, low morale among City of Kamloops employees and his belief that the race features more than three horses. Gaglardi, majority owner of the Kamloops Blazers, talks potential for roster upgrades, his involvement in targeting players and making deals, the Logan Stankoven dream scenario and his goals for the team, including winning the division, league and Memorial Cup. With his birthday looming, co-host and KTW editor Chris Foulds receives messages from his brothers, Shane and Darryl, videos that spark an incredible story about a late-night/early morning phone call received from former Edmonton Elk and current TSN analyst Matt Dunigan. Meikle, a 17-year-old pass catcher from Kamloops who leads the B.C. Football Conference in receiving yards, talks of improved Broncos’ morale, results and culture during a spare block at Westsyde secondary. Also discussed: School trustee candidate Jennifer Rowse, show criticism and Mike Miltimore’s cow bellowing expertise. We spin a sponsorship yarn that takes Nu Leaf Produce Market, Gord’s Appliance and Mattress Centre and McDonald’s on a trip down the Adams River. S ubscribe to Kamloops Last Week on YouTube and follow along with your favourite podcast provider. We’ll see you Last Week.

Daybreak North
A taxidermy tribute to the Queen

Daybreak North

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 8:03


A former Kamloops resident's creative way to commemorate the Queen

Rebel News +
DAVID MENZIES | Poilievre wins; new Kamloops doc takes on the buried truth

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 46:06


Welcome to Rebel Roundup, ladies, and gentlemen — and the rest of you — in which we look back at some of the very best commentaries of the week by your favourite Rebels. I'm your host, David Menzies. Well, that was quick! After just one round of balloting, Pierre Poilievre captured more than two-thirds of the votes and was promptly proclaimed the new leader of the Conservative Party of Canada last Saturday night. But does he have the right stuff to become Prime Minister? Sheila Gunn Reid covered last Saturday's convention and she'll offer her thoughts and predictions. The news out of Kamloops last year was equal parts grim and disturbing pertaining to a mass burial site. Namely, Chief Rosanne Casimir and other Indigenous leaders claimed to have found unmarked graves and that the remains of 215 children were in those graves. Yet almost a year and a half later, where is the evidence of these allegations? And is there more to this story than what's being reported by the mainstream media? Drea Humphrey joins me to discuss her upcoming Rebel News documentary, Kamloops: The Buried Truth. And letters; we get your letters; we get your letters every minute of every day. And I'll share some of your letters about an incident involving a knifeman going into the Toronto headquarters of Global News. Several police cruisers and a paramedic responded. But there's been zero mainstream media coverage. So the question arises: why is this story being covered up? Is it because the knifeman is not, you know, a so-called “extremist” with the freedom convoy, but rather, an employee of Global News? Those are your Rebels, now let's round ‘em up…

Rebel News +
SHEILA GUNN REID | Matt Brevner on his Rebel News documentary Kamloops: The Hidden Truth

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 45:33


In May 2021, Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation announced the discovery of a mass grave of more than 200 Indigenous children detected at a residential school in British Columbia. But since last year's announcement, there have been no excavations at Kamloops. Nothing has been unearthed at all at the residential school, according to a Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc spokesman. There are not any anticipated dates scheduled for the recovery of any remains. And it's not a mass grave anymore, as was reported by the mainstream media, but rather graves. Rebel News videographer Matt Brevner joins the show tonight to discuss his work on the documentary Kamloops: The Hidden Truth and the theatrical release of the film he made with reporter Drea Humphrey in Calgary on September 28. Plus: what can anyone do about the cost of housing in the lower mainland of British Columbia and what's causing the hyperinflation anyway? Matt gives his take on the housing crisis as a young guy trying to get ahead in his home province. Then Matt updates us on what he's working on next after the success of his hit single More Of Us.

The Richard Syrett Show
The Richard Syrett Show - Sep 13, 2022 - Cop Killed in Mississauga, Action Needed on Kamloops Retraction, & CPC Smashing Trudeau in Polls

The Richard Syrett Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 81:02


Today on the Richard Syrett Show: Toronto Sun columnist, Joe Warmington talks about the cop who was shot and killed in Mississauga. Federal director at the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, Franco Terrazzano discusses the CTF slamming Liberals for failing on affordability. Then Ruth Gaskovski, The Home School Advisor. Independent writer, James Pew says we need some action on a Kamloops retraction. Wyatt Claypool, senior correspondent for The National Telegraph brings up Pierre Poilievre's Conservative party smashing Trudeau in the polls. Then Dan McTeague, president of Canadians for Affordable Energy shares his thoughts on Vancouver getting electrical fire trucks & some of the drawbacks that come with it.

The Run Shoe Diaries Podcast
Episode 16: Supporting Indigenous Causes, Becoming an Ultra Runner and The Crazy Mountain 100 with Danny Brigman

The Run Shoe Diaries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 85:46


This is the 6th Episode in Season 2. In Episode 16, I converse with (The Spokane Tribal Trail Runner) Danny  Brigman! Listen as we learn about Tone Deaf Tuesdays (which I think he should bring back) and how many calories are in 25 iHop Pancakes! Then we dive deep into Supporting Indigenous causes such as MMIW, Kamloops and Orange Shirt Day! Lastly, we learn about how one of the most arduous Ultra Mountain Races (The Crazy Mountain 100) became his SECOND Ultra distance! There's a lot to cover, and so join us as we promote positivity within (both) the Indigenous and Running Communities! Start your watch, push play and enjoy your next long run! Instagram Accountshttps://www.instagram.com/brigdan/https://www.instagram.com/run_shoe_diaries/2 Songs get added to the Run Shoe Diaries Spotify Guest Playlist!     https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7tJ7SyTYbY46DBC6Vqjb5DHashtags:#runshoediaries #dannybrigman #RER #CM100 #kamloops #MMIWrunnerAudio Jungle - "80s Rocky Upbeat Training" - Vyray (ASCAP)Used with Permission - https://audiojungle.net/user/runshoediaries/statementInvoice No: | IVIP43381612Order No: | 146231625Collection/Artist: Sounds of Red BullTitle: Single ReleaseComposer: David John Vanacore (ASCAP); John Richard O'Hallaron (ASCAP)Publisher: Prod Music of RB (ASCAP)Label: Sounds of Red BullOrder Number: 0SYUAWU4Collection/Artist: Sing KingTitle: It's My Life (Karaoke Version)Composer: Sing KingPublisher: Kobalt Music (ASCAP)Premium Beat - Back In The 80s (Denis)Used with Permission - https://www.premiumbeat.com/account/ordersLicense No: |  #3954339Order No: |  #3294938Premium Beat - Furious (Chris Phaze)Used with Permission - https://www.premiumbeat.com/account/ordersLicense No: |  #4229484Order No: |  #3516438Audio Jungle - "Game Show Opener" - D. Weltermann (ASCAP)Used with Permission - https://audiojungle.net/user/runshoediaries/statementInvoice No: | IVIP44457818Order No: | 150546937 

True North True Crime
58. MISSING: Shannon White

True North True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 37:33


On November 1st, 2021, 32-year-old Shannon White woke up in her Kamloops home and got ready for work. At around 8:00 am she texted a friend and made plans for later that day. She said goodbye to her dog, buddy. At 8:10 am she made her way outside to her Jeep for the short drive to work. Witnesses saw her walk towards her jeep. Moments later the jeep was seen driving down the street toward the car dealership where she worked. Shannon did not arrive at work that morning. In fact, Shannon has not been seen since. This episode was co-created with help from Shannon's friends and family who are working hard to bring her home. At the time of her disappearance, Shannon White is described as a 32-year-old woman. She stands 5-foot-5 and weighs 180 pounds. She has blond hair, green eyes, and fair skin. She sometimes wears glasses, has a Medusa lip piercing and a tongue piercing, and several large arm tattoos, including a portrait of her dog, Buddy.Anybody with information on her whereabouts is asked to call Kamloops RCMP at 250-828-3000 or contact Crimestoppers to remain anonymous. Donate to the Family: bringshannonhome@hotmail.comJoin the FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/424831552642239/?ref=shareDonate to Search Rescue Detection K9s of BC: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/srdk9s/ Get bonus content on Patreon Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

The SileightyMania Podcast
Storytime - I Met My Wife During a Disaster Trip to All Star Bash feat. Cole Chalmers

The SileightyMania Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 56:30


Cole Chalmers was your typical car boy who didn't want anything in life but to drift all day, everyday. After a breakup, he told himself, "no girls." He chose the lonely driver life, but did the lonely driver life choose him? Listen in as Cole discusses early drift life in Kamloops, British Columbia, his snow drifting adventures on logging roads, and how drifting changed his life in many ways, but mostly through finding love during a disastrous road trip all the way to All-Star Bash in Southern California. Follow Cole on IG: @thislifeintransit When they become available, make sure to purchase a "Bring Back Pop-Ups" tee: https://intransit.bigcartel.com Make sure to follow us on Instagram for additional content and giveaways! We will be doing a "Bring Back Pop-Ups" tee giveaway next week! @sileightymania --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sileightymania/support

Rebel News +
SHEILA GUNN REID | Why is the truth so hard to uncover at the Kamloops Residential School? 

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 30:45


In spring of 2021, news broke that the bodies of hundreds of potential murder victims, mostly children, were uncovered in a mass grave at the Kamloops Residential School. It was horrible news. Children snatched away from their families, punished for their culture, and abused until their were dead at the hands of the Catholic Church. There were even bones, a tooth and a rib bone just lying there on the ground, evidence of a genocidal crime. That's how the story was first reported, anyway. But then it quickly evolved. Perhaps it was a series of graves and not a pit. Maybe the tooth wasn't a tooth at all. Maybe the graves were previous ground disturbances. And then news of any subsequent investigation or excavation at the site just went dark. Why did this alleged crime scene not see the same sort of fulsome forensic investigation as the Pickton Farm, where dozens of women from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside met their gruesome ends at the hands of a serial killer? Why wasn't the woman who claimed to discover the graves insisting on it? The facts of the story were not necessary for a spate of church burnings and vandalism — 69 in total — to kick off across the country last summer. What really happened in Kamloops? Rebel News reporter Drea Humphrey has a brand-new documentary out today at http://www.RebelNewsPlus.com which details her attempts to follow the facts where ever they may lead. It's called Kamloops: The Buried Truth, and Drea joins me today to discuss what she discovered and why she felt compelled to dig deeper.

The Lynda Steele Show
BC's $1.3 billion surplus

The Lynda Steele Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 6:46


Peter Milobar, BC Liberal MLA for Kamloops and Official Opposition Critic for Finance discusses BC's  $1.3 billion surplus

The Lynda Steele Show
The Full Show: BCGEU end job action, the 50th anniversary of the first BC NDP government & why do people hate Nickelback?

The Lynda Steele Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 58:59


BCGEU Update: Liquor and Cannabis to flow again, ABLE BC's reaction to the end of the strike Jeff Guignard, Executive Director of ABLE BC - Alliance of Beverage Licensees reacts to the end of the BCGEU job-action. Mobi by Shaw Go celebrates its 6-year anniversary and 4 million trips by launching 500 new e-bikes Mia Kohout, General Manager & Director of Vancouver Bike Share discusses the growing popularity of e-bikes within the city of Vancouver Fans are invited to Nickelback's video shoot at SFU They are one of Canada's most successful rock bands, having sold more than 50-million albums worldwide.  In 2001, you couldn't go anywhere without hearing one of their songs on the radio and it seems here in 2022, Nickelback is making a comeback! Our show contributor Jawn Jang also has a tip if you want to be in Nickelback's new music video. The 50th anniversary of the first B.C NDP government Premier John Horgan and former NDP MLA Bob Williams discuss what made the first BC NDP government special BC's $1.3 billion surplus Peter Milobar, BC Liberal MLA for Kamloops and Official Opposition Critic for Finance discusses BC's $1.3 billion surplus The death of former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev Dr. Lisa Sundstrom, Political Science Professor at the University of British Columbia discusses the legacy of former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev

Chasing Kangaroos - An International Rugby League Podcast
RLA 209 | Not So Quiet On The Western Front

Chasing Kangaroos - An International Rugby League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 61:15


After a failed experiment as a 70s punk rock band that took them away from rugby league, Jim and Dustin FINALLY get down to recording an episode, albeit not together. From major rumblings coming out of California & Utah to the re-emergence of a long-dormant national team playing an old rival, we have you covered from Kamloops to Curitcibas!

Deadtime Storiez
E223 Apparently There's Ghosts There Too - Part 3 (Finale) of Linda Hazzard

Deadtime Storiez

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 63:57


We've reached the finale of the Linda Hazzard and Starvation Heights' story. It's only fitting that for this episode, Linda was dead to begin with - because this final installment isn't about Linda, but rather the poor ghosts left behind still processing their trauma. And to continue with the ghost trend, Sarah has one more haunted tale. The S.S. Kamloops sunk to the bottom of Lake Superior in 1927 and remains there, intact, to this day. The Kamloops also holds the remains of a rather friendly underwater ghost named "Grandpa". If you have the diving prerequisites (and the guts!) you too can go down and visit Grandpa. **CONTENT WARNING** - Our final story includes child death Stephanie wraps up the episode with a story that ties back to her Satanic Panic series. The West Memphis Three were three young men convicted of the murders of three young boys in 1994. But, just because they were convicted however, that doesn't mean they did it. Buckle up because it's quite a bumpy ride to the end of this story. And while you will get off the ride with all your limbs intact, you'll certainly have a knot in your stomach.

The Landing; A Timber Industry Podcast
The Landing Episode 26: Wayne Cochran, Axis Forestry Inc

The Landing; A Timber Industry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 78:32


In this episode I chat with Wayne Cochran from Axis Forestry Inc. from Kamloops, BC Canada. Wayne and I talk about why he sarted Axis Forestry and what his favorite snack is at Timmies. For the Americans who listen, and don't speak Canadian, you'll find out what Timmies is as well. On a more serious note, this episode dives into what it takes to run a business through covid and still succeed. We also comb through how locally manufactured parts can keep them shipping to customers in need. This episode is one of those you don't want to miss!

BC Today from CBC Radio British Columbia
Housing solutions amid a worsening crisis; the 55+ Canada Games kick off in Kamloops

BC Today from CBC Radio British Columbia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 50:25


Yet another fire in the Downtown Eastside displaced almost 60 people yesterday. We talk to the director of the Housing Research Collaborative at U.B.C., Penny Gurstein, and Abundant Housing Vancouver's Daniel Oleksiuk. And in our second half, the 55+ Canada Games kick off in Kamloops. We'll talk to the host committee, and hear from you about playing sports through middle age and beyond.

Shaye Ganam
Does the ArriveCan app need to go?

Shaye Ganam

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 14:41


Matt Malone, a law professor at Thompson River University in Kamloops, B.C., who specializes in trade secrets and confidential information

On The Spot Sports
Dylan Ferguson | Vegas Golden Knights (Ep. 231)

On The Spot Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 66:03


WE APPRECIATE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU! If you wouldn't mind please go leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks!! Welcome back to Episode 231 of On the Spot Sports and in today's episode we have a very special guest, current professional hockey goaltender, Dylan Ferguson! Fergy and I talk about his path to pro hockey and playing in the ECHL for the Fort Wayne Komets, AHL's Henderson Silver Knights and the NHL's Vegas Golden Knights. We also talk about attending Eli Wilson's goalie school in Edmonton, fining the smaller details of his game, facing a ton of adversity but focusing on the controllable, first NHL game as a 19 year old coming out of Juniors, playing in Kamloops for the Blazers in the WHL, 2021 Kelly Cup Championship run with the Fort Wayne Komets, playing in Henderson and Fort Wayne, having a positive mindset, importance of being humble and so much more. We hope you guys enjoy this episode!! Thank you Fergy for coming on the show! I had a blast!! Follow us on Instagram @on_the_spot_sports and take a listen on YouTube, Spotify and Apple/Google Podcasts @ On The Spot Sports Get $25 off our guy Jamie Phillips Nutrition book for Hockey Players with the discount code "ONTHESPOT" on victoremnutrition.com Living Sisu link: https://livingsisu.com/app/devenirmem.... BECOME A MEMBER TODAY Episode segments --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/on-the-spot-sports/support

The Sound Off Podcast
Jenn Dalen-Gordon: Going Up to Country

The Sound Off Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 49:00


Jenn Dalen-Gordon is the operations manager for the Interior stations of British Columbia for Stingray Radio. She also oversees about 20 other Country stations under the Real Country and New Country moniker. She was raised on Country 105.1 in Calgary and attended the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. She worked at Golden West Broadcasting, before the tour of rural Alberta took her to Leduc where she apart of the launch of 88.1 the One, and then to Red Deer where she became program director at 24. In more recent years, Jenn was apart of another impressive launch when Stingray amalgamated their country properties under the banner of Real Country.Since then, they have created a second network brand called New Country. Jenn currently works out of the studios in Kamloops, BC which houses NL Radio (News/Talk), K-97 (Classic Rock), and New Country 103.1.We made mention of a few other people in this show, including Real Country morning show host Randi Chase who was on this program a few years ago. It was a really good episode.A thanks to the people who support the show each week and allow it arrive on your phones for free.The CHR Prep Service - Click to get a free trial.nLogicMegatrax - Licensed Music for your radio station or podcast production company.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer
Oil Kings Assistant Coach Serge Lajoie (8/9/22)

Oilers NOW with Bob Stauffer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 22:26


Hear from the new assistant coach of the WHL's Edmonton Oil Kings, Serge Lajoie, as he joins a the league champions following stints behind the bench in Kamloops and the University of Alberta. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Broadway Hat Podcast
Ep. 92- Dan De Palma

The Broadway Hat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 40:07


The Rangers might be welcoming back a familiar face? Jimmy Vesey is rumored to be returning to the Blueshirts. The hockey world will turn its attention to the World Junior Championship this week. The Rangers will have 7 prospects playing in the tournament. Will Cuylle, Brennan Othmann, and Dylan Garand will all represent Team Canada. Brett Berard will represent Team USA, Adam Sykora will represent Slovakia, Jaroslav Chmelar will represent the Czech Republic, and Kalle Väisänen will represent Finland. To help break down Dylan Garand, one of the players partaking in the World Junior and the Rangers top goalie prospect, we are joined by Kamloops Blazers Goalie Coach Dan De Palma. Dan has coached Garand the past few seasons and helped him win the CHL goalie of the year award this season. He shares some great insight into the top prospects game and why we might have another future star in net in New York!

Wicked Within
Episode 40 - The Highway of Tears: Missing and Murdered on Highway 16

Wicked Within

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 35:16


From 1969 to present day up to 40 women and girls have disappeared along a 450 mile stretch of road in British Columbia between the towns of Prince George and Prince Rupert.  Some of these women and girls have later been found dead, but many are still missing today. Many of these victims are Indigenous women whose cases are often overlooked, underfunded or outright ignored. Highway 16 is the perfect hunting ground for predators. The long stretches of deserted roads, the dense forests, and the large quantities of hitchhikers make this area one of the most dangerous places in Canada. This highway has come to be known as the Highway of Tears.Sources:Highway of Tears documentary (2015) on VimeoDozens of Women Vanish on Canada's Highway of Tears, and Most Cases Are Unsolved from The New York TimesHighway of Tears from The Canadian EncyclopediaAbout the RCMP from the Royal Canadian Mounted PoliceThe Residential School System from Indigenous FoundationsSixties Scoop from Indigenous FoundationsRCMP in British Columbia - Project E-Pana from https://bc-cb.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/Nicole Hoar Investigation Still Active, Says RCMP from Burns Lake Lakes District NewsThe Unsolved Murder of Gloria Moody, the first victim of the Highway of Tears from Justice for Native WomenMicheline Pare, Murdered on the Highway of Tears in 1970 from Justice for Native WomenThirty-nine years Later, Family of Highway of Tears Victim Gale Weys Hopes for Answers from the Vancouver SunThe Murder of Monica Ignas from Hue and CryThe Highway of Tears from Hue and CrySuspected Serial Killer Murdered BC Teen: RCMP from CTV NewsGarry Handlen Found Guilty of Murdering Monica Jack 40 Years Ago from CBC NewsPolice hope for New Clues in Murder of Woman in Kamloops in 1981 from GlobalThe Murder of Alberta Williams from Hue and Cry49 Years Missing Helen; the Incredible Story of Loss and Finding from My Prince George NowJean Virginia Sampare from CBC News

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)
Goalie from Middle Sackville heading to 55+ Games happening in Kamloops, B.C.

Information Morning from CBC Radio Nova Scotia (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 7:42


Three hockey teams will represent Nova Scotia at the 55+ Games later this summer. Wanda White plays goalie for the Zoomers' Boomers of Halifax. She talks with guest host Bob Murphy about how she got into hockey, and the significance of the Games in Kamloops.

Follower of One : Missions For The Rest Of Us
Aligning your values and beliefs with Orrin Lieuwen #115

Follower of One : Missions For The Rest Of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 22:17


Today on the Follower of One podcast, Mike Henry sits down with Orrin Liewuen, owner of Lionheart Leadership, located in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Lionheart Leadership is focused on helping others increase his clients' confidence and resourcefulness through the clients' beliefs and values. In this podcast, Mike and Orrin talk about the importance of aligning your beliefs, working with someone that holds different beliefs and values, how Orrin came to the Lord, moving from vocational ministry to leadership training, how Christianity plays into leadership training, and the importance of stepping out of your comfort zone.   Outline of the Episode 0:25 – Introduction to Orinn 1:24 – Aligning your values and beliefs 2:37 – Working with someone with which you disagree 3:10 – How Orrin came to the Lord 4:47 – Getting into leadership with John Maxwell 5:46 – Moving from Vocational Ministry to Leadership 7:43 – About Lionheart Leadership 11:11 – The tools used in Leadership Training 15:00 – How Christianity plays into leadership Training 18:34 – Stepping out of your comfort zone   Aligning your values and beliefs  Aligning your beliefs and your values as a leader is one of the most important pieces of being an effective leader. When you align your values and beliefs, it increases your confidence. You know what you believe, and your actions portray that. It also makes you more resourceful for the team that you're leading.   How Christianity Plays into Leadership Training When you're a Christian in a leadership role, you are no longer acting as yourself. When you lead a team as a Christian, your job is to effectively lead your team towards what Christ wants, not your personal desires. It is one thing to be an effective leader, but being a good Christian leader is a whole new job. Stepping out of your comfort zone When you succeed as a team and you make progress, you will need to step out of your comfort zone. Nothing will get done if you stay where you are comfortable. When you step outside of your comfort zone, you will grow and learn.    Follow Orrin Lieuwen  Lionheart Leadership LinkedIn Youtube TikTok   Connect With Follower Of One Join us over in our Online Community, get social with us; Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Listen to our podcast on your way to work and subscribe using your favorite podcast app!

Mornings with Simi
Nancy Pelosi begins Asia tour, Update on B.C.'s wildfires & More than 30 murals set to be unveiled across Vancouver

Mornings with Simi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:02


Ch. 1: Nancy Pelosi begins Asia tour as questions swirl over Taiwan visit U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi held talks with officials in Singapore on Monday at the start of her Asian tour, as questions swirled over a possible stop in Taiwan that has fuelled tension with Beijing. Guest: Akshay Singh, Non-Resident Research Fellow at the Council on International Policy Ch. 2: Hockey Canada Investigation Hockey Canada and other league executives spent three hours in front of Parliamentarians on Wednesday, defending their handling of sexual assault allegations that have recently come to light. Guest: Robyn Doolittle, Investigative Reporter for the Globe and Mail and author of "Had It Coming" and "Crazy Town" Ch. 3: Update on B.C.'s wildfires Wildfire season appears to have begun in earnest, with BC Wildfire Service crews deployed to multiple new fires in several parts of the province. Crews were called mid-day to a new fire burning just 7.5 kilometres west of Kamloops on Monday. The Polygon Pond fire was measured at 4.57 hectares in size, and is giving off smoke highly visible from Highway 1, Highway 5 and surrounding areas. Guest: Jean Strong, Information Officer for the BC Wildfire Service Ch. 4: More than 30 murals set to be unveiled across Vancouver as part of Mural Festival This week, more than 30 new murals will be unveiled in eight neighbourhoods across Vancouver as part of the annual Mural Festival. The murals, painted by 50 artists, include a piece honouring the work of Rosemary Brown, the first Black woman elected to British Columbia's legislature; a design inspired by the efforts to bring Indigenous leadership together for ocean conversation; and a total transformation of the exterior of an iconic motel, the festival's largest mural to date. Guest: Andrea Curtis, Executive Director of Van Mural Fest Ch. 5: Climate activists are deflating SUV tires near Victoria An environmental activist organization is claiming to have deflated tires of 34 SUVs across Victoria and Oak Bay. The new ‘Tyre Extinguishers of Victoria' have posted online they are part of a worldwide direct action with the goal of eliminating SUVs from urban areas. Victoria Police Department has opened a file on the environmental action and so far one person in the city has filed a police complaint. Guest: Andrew Weaver, Former Green Party Leader

Because Jitsu Podcast
Heather Brown - Hope For BC

Because Jitsu Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 95:08


British Columbia was one of the hardest hit provinces in Canada over the pandemic. Being the only province with an NDP government, the socialist style party were quick and heavy handed in their restrictions. Heather Brown, someone I grew up with in my home city of Kamloops, BC, brings her perspective to the show. Including the failure of the local hospital when her father took ill with covid. Heather became instrumental in the local pushback against mandates, restrictions and lockdowns. She continues on today in full anticipation for a return to them in the fall. But, this time, she's more hopeful for a stronger people's movement against the governmental overreach they've are endured. ----- Subscribe to the substack for a written companion to each episode including this one! It's free to join, or you can choose to donate to the podcast there: https://thesocialdisorder.substack.com/

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!
Traditional Family Values Crushed?

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 119:59


Today on "Catholic Drive Time": The destruction of the Traditional Family... at the hands of the Republicans. Joshua Mercer from Catholic Vote joins us. AND ALSO – Brent Haynes – Federal Judge blocks Biden admin's guidance allowing biological males in girls school bathrooms. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) claimed that “highly credible” whistleblowers informed him of efforts within the FBI and the Justice Department to downplay or dismiss negative information about Hunter Biden. Governor Gavin Newsom (D) and California's Water Boards will not only require owners of private wells to report every drop of water they extract from their own property, but they will also charge the property owners for the privilege of doing so President Biden Says we are NOT going into recession.... in other news, Larry Summers, former U.S. Secretary of Treasury under President Bill Clinton, has stated that there is a “very high likelihood” of a recession... Vice President Kamala Harris said during a recent interview that the “real issue” in America is that “women are getting pregnant every day.” Join Email list! GRNonline.com/CDT GRN to 42828 What's Concerning Us – TLM is bad but a half naked Priest could say Mass in the water???? More than a year later, no bodies have been discovered at the Kamloops site. It is not clear whether the graves said to have been discovered there actually exist. Denmark Has Killed Almost Every Baby With Down Syndrome in Abortion Guest Seg. Joshua Mercer – Catholic Vote – Respect for Marriage Act Was this supposed to be a distraction? Or perhaps just a messaging stunt? Now... only 5 votes away? More than 80 Catholics voted for this? It's more than just same sex marriage... polyamory too? What can be done? Are they trying to get in as much as possible before mid-terms What are the Conservatives actually conserving? 2nd Guest Seg. Brent Haynes Federal Judge Blocks Biden Admin's Guidance Allowing Biological Males In Girls' School Bathrooms U.S. District Judge Charles Atchley in the Eastern District of Tennessee ruled last week that the administration's guidance misquoted the Supreme Court to equate sex and gender identity, likely violating federal law. “They say sex-segregated bathrooms, locker rooms, and dress codes will prove unsustainable after our decision today but none of these other laws are before us; we have not had the benefit of adversarial testing about the meaning of their terms, and we do not prejudge any such question today,” Gorsuch wrote. Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast https://www.grnonline.com/ Listen in your car on your local GRN station - http://grnonline.com/stations/ Listen online at GRNonline.com Listen on your mobile with our GRN app (both IOS and Android) Listen on Facebook @GRNonline Listen on Twitter @GRNonline History of the GRN: Starting with absolutely nothing we placed our trust in the Lord and our Blessed Mother. By August of 1996, we were breaking ground for the construction of the Guadalupe Resource Center where our ministry has flourished. We now operate radio 37 stations that reach a potential listening audience of twenty million souls. The Guadalupe Radio Network is the largest EWTN affiliate in the USA. Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
Step by Step: Raising Money for Real Estate with Dave Dubeau | EP113

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 32:21


Dave Dubeau is a Real Estate Entrepreneur, Best-Selling Author, Speaker and Investor Attraction Expert based in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.  He began his real estate investing career in 2003 doing 18 deals in 18 months.  He later switched his focus to client-first rent to own deals, and nowadays he invests in multi-family (apartment building) properties.  For the last several years Dave has been a leading authority on helping mom and pop real estate investors to find money partners and raise capital. Using his proprietary 5 Step Money Partner Formula™, Dave helps his real estate entrepreneur clients to grow their portfolios significantly and in record time by attracting investors (instead of chasing after them).    In this episode we talked about: Dave's Bio & Background Real Estate Business Evolution Legal Aspect of Raising Capital Three Biggest Mistakes Real Investors Make when Raising Capital Lineup Resources   Useful links: How to raise capital 101 show https://www.raisecapital101show.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/davedubeau/?originalSubdomain=ca Transcriptions: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, my name's Jessica gala, and you're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm happy to introduce a returning guest to the show. Dave, Dubo a fellow Canadian and Dave was on the, a working capital podcast episode 1 0 3.   If you want to see the older episode we did about raising capital. Dave is a podcast host and creator of the money partner formula. He and his team work with mom and pop real estate investors providing done for you marketing services to help them raise capital. He's a best-selling author and speaker based in British Columbia, Canada. He began his real estate investing career in 2003, doing 18 deals in 18 months. We talked about that last time and he invest passively in multifamily properties. Dave, welcome back,   Dave (1m 6s): Jesse. Great to be here. Thanks for having me, bud.   Jesse (1m 8s): Yeah, it was a pleasure to have you back, you know, nothing's changed in the last two years, so we won't have much to talk about, but yeah, I mean, I, I thought it would be, it'd be good to, you know, we're doing another, I guess, multi or a podcast swap here and always, always great to speak with you. So I guess first how's everything going out in Western Canada? How have you been, have you been fairing over the last a year, year and a half?   Dave (1m 38s): Well, you tell, I tell you what, if people are watching this video, they can see it's been hair back for me a way back too far back. No, it's good. Good life is good. Can't complain Jesse. It's it's always good in beautiful British Columbia.   Jesse (1m 52s): Absolutely. Well, I mean, it's, it's also nice to speak to a fellow Canadian. We can talk about, you know, Canadian real estate, but it does, you know, pretty much pairs up with most north American real estate. A lot of the similarities, even when raising capital and even some of the legal nuances, but we're not giving accounting or legal advice, but I felt   Dave (2m 12s): No.   Jesse (2m 14s): So maybe a good place to start would be for listeners that haven't listened to the prior episode, which I believe I mentioned one episode 1 0 3, for those interested, you could give listeners a little bit of a background and you know, how you got started in real estate and where you're at today.   Dave (2m 32s): Sure. Well, thanks Jesse. So actually kind of grew up around real estate. My family home was one unit in a sixplex that my grandfather and father built a then when my parents split up, I was living with my mom. She was a real estate investor as well. She was a full-time school administrator and she still managed to build up a portfolio of about 50 rental units while doing that and taking care of her snot-nosed kid. Here's truly, and, but you know, like a typical teenager, I didn't pay much attention to it.   I didn't really get involved. And then I went to school, went to university, started traveling around and lived overseas for 13, almost 14 years. And actually my first little dabble into real estate investing was in San Jose, Costa Rica of all places. And what I did there, I guess we would call kind of like a couple of little pre-foreclosure deals. I was kind of a passive partner there. Just kind of put the money up for those deals that worked out pretty well. And then I, I moved my Costa Rican family to Canada, back to Canada, to BC and had to start all over again from scratch.   Hadn't been able to sell my business or I didn't have much money had been gone for so long. I had zero credit had been self-employed for so long. I was pretty much unemployable. So there I was in a brand new city wondering what the heck am I going to do? And you're too young to remember these things, Jesse, but there used to be these things called late night infomercials. And it'd be like this, you'd be up with insomnia late at night. Wondering how the hell are you going to make a living? And then you'd see this guy, come on TV and go. You too can get rich in real estate with little or no money down.   I said, perfect. That's what I got little or no money. So I said away from the course, it was some American guru and a, I got a whole bunch of at that time, binders and CDs, maybe a VHS cassette or two, I don't know, but a bunch of stuff and put this all all to work. And that's when I started doing creative real estate investing deals around 2003 in the smallest city of Kamloops. Did those 18 deals in 18 months? Sounds impressive. But they aren't where they were. They weren't all impressive deals, Jesse, by any stretch. Some of them were crappy, little mobile homes and mobile home parks and stuff like that, but they were all creative type deals.   So that's, that's how I got started.   Jesse (4m 50s): I can just see the infomercial. Aren't you tired of not making money and your job   Dave (4m 55s): There. Might've been bikini's and Lambo. I   Jesse (4m 57s): Was going to say   Dave (4m 58s): A red   Jesse (4m 58s): Furrion and five blondes on the arms. You can be rich like me.   Dave (5m 2s): Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. But it did. It did the stuff did work.   Jesse (5m 6s): Yeah. So we talked a little bit about this last time kind of starting, starting out the 18 deals that you did and you know, you'd be in the you're in this industry long enough, you know, that 18 deals can be amazing. 18 deals can be an absolute nightmare. It could be a reason to stay in or to leave the industry. Yeah.   Dave (5m 23s): Well, I left for a while. So that might tell you this.   Jesse (5m 27s): Yeah, maybe, maybe it was those 18, but I, I guess the, the background and we touched a little bit on this last time, the background was, was somewhat related to real estate. You had individuals, you know, obviously close to you that were, that showed that it's a, it's a viable place to, to build a career. And today, you know, a lot of the focus that you do have is raising capital for real estate. And yeah, I think what would be great for our listeners is to talk a little bit about how business has evolved or your investing has evolved from way back then to kind of having a niche.   I love talking to a Canadian, I can say niche instead of niche. I taught, you know, how it evolved and how you've kind of carved out a niche where your focus now has been on the multi-family side and raising capital. What did that evolution look like?   Dave (6m 18s): Yeah, good question. So I did those creative deals took a few years off, jumped back in around oh nine, 10 give or take. And I'm focused on single family homes at that point. And I was doing a different strategy. So I actually bought them. So I had to come up with down payments and all that kind of stuff after doing a couple hundred, my own steam ran out of cash, run out of credit. That's when I started trying to figure out this whole OPM other people's money idea failed miserably at the beginning.   Absolutely. Was it painful? Just even think back on that, but that's how I got started with the whole thing and, you know, talk about making almost every mistake in the book. I, I definitely did that. So yeah, I've learned, I learned a lot of things that you shouldn't be doing when you're, when you're starting to raise capital. And then that kind of transition did that for a couple of years. And then I realized it kind of came to the realization Jesse, that I don't really enjoy dealing with tenants or toilets. I'm about as handy as a foot. You know, I don't like hearing people whine about the problem.   So I decided maybe it'd be better for me to be more of a passive partner and invest passively in other people's multi-family deals. I had a good friend that was involved in multi-family. So that's how I got started there.   Jesse (7m 35s): And on the multifamily side, we're the first properties that you started to invest? Was it a more formalized thing where it was kind of roles and responsibilities were clear? Was it, or was it something that was, you know, shooting from the hip?   Dave (7m 50s): No, it was quite a formalized situation. So there, how many of us were there seven of us involved in that deal? Myself and my business partner and five investor partners in, in that particular deal. And that was a 54 unit building actually in Ontario.   Jesse (8m 9s): So on the raising capital side. And, and again, we'll, we'll speak fairly broadly here because the, the actual intricacies of, of the legal aspect of raising money are very similar, you know, whether it's the, the OSC, Ontario securities and exchange, whether you're out in BC or whether you're in the states. So, you know, you don't just go into real estate and then kind of figure out how to create these structures. So when you first moved to that, was there somebody in this group of seven that introduced you to this idea of, of raising in a structure that what we see today in Canada, a lot of times it's limited partnerships with an LP, with a number of LPs and a general partner or sponsor very similar in the states with the exception of them having LLCs limited liability companies, which we don't have up here.   Yeah. Can you talk a little bit about, you know, where, where you got that knowledge and, and how that, you know, transitioned?   Dave (9m 7s): Yeah, for sure. So the, fortunately for me, the gentlemen that I was working with, my partner on that deal had a lot of experience in multifamily. Also had a lot of experience working with other investors and he had a very good legal team. So we had everything structured properly, right from the get-go. I didn't really have to figure much of that stuff out. So I got to focus on my strengths, which were the, you know, the marketing side of things and the investor relations side of things.   Jesse (9m 35s): So we talked a little bit before the show, you've got three of the biggest mistakes that you see real estate investors re make when they're raising capital. Maybe you could speak to, to a few of those, a few of those mistakes for our listeners benefit.   Dave (9m 52s): All right, Jesse, well, these are all big mistakes that I made. This is why I'm generalizing, I think a lot. And I see a lot of people making these mistakes. The biggest one is this, this guru talk that I hear all the time, even today, which is, Hey, just find a good deal. If you find a good deal, the money will find you don't worry about. Right. So I bought into that hogwash early on, and that's how I lost a really good deal, but, you know, laziness as well for, and my philosophy has completely changed.   So now my philosophy is if you do anything, get your investor ducks in a row first and then go looking for deals, or at least do both at the same time. Right? You don't want to have one or the other. So in a perfect world for me, I would have my investors lined up and then I'd go make offers on properties. Cause then you've got so much of our confidence. You've got your mojo, you're ready to rock and roll, right? And, and you can go in, you can negotiate harder. You can have better positioning.   You can close faster because you've got the money to back you up. So chicken and the egg, which comes first, the money or the deal, I'd say the money comes first.   Jesse (11m 5s): So you're, you're cooking with oil at that point when you got the investors. So I, I can hear listeners saying, you know, lined up, what is lined up mean to you? And maybe just as a, just a caveat there, oftentimes we hear of getting a partial commitments, full commitments. Are you having people sign things? W w w what does that look like to you?   Dave (11m 27s): For me that looks like getting people to sign off, at least on an expression of interest indicating how much they're willing to invest and within what timeframe. Right? So it's not a legally binding agreement. However, anytime you get somebody to sign off on something, but they're John Hancock on a document it's so much more powerful than just a verbal commitment, right? Like, like the joke says verbal agreements worth the papers written on kind of thing. So if you get them to mark it down, that goes a long way.   And then the other thing I had to learn the hard way, I don't know if you've ever found this, Jessie not everybody's ready to pull the trigger when the rubber hits the road. So lineup more capital, more investors than you think you need. And I'd say at least a 50% margin there at least a hundred percent would be the better, because that way, when the smoke clears, then you're, you're going to be safe.   Jesse (12m 22s): If you're in a situation where you are, you're pushing money away from the deal. I think you're in a good spot. So   Dave (12m 28s): Beautiful spot. Yeah.   Jesse (12m 30s): And, and we were, you know, on our last raise, we, we did have a situation where we, we needed to make room and, and it's because we followed a bad ideology that it it's listen at the end of the day. Things happen, even if it's completely in good faith. And, you know, somebody, something happens in there with their family. Something happens with their career. You know, when I said, I was going to give you $150,000, four months ago, what that looks like today, a hundred   Dave (12m 57s): Percent. That was before I lost my job. Right?   Jesse (12m 60s): Yeah. Well, you know, it's like, you know, if it happened two years ago, a year later, you know, that was before there was a global pandemic, right? Like you can't, you can't control those things, but it's a good rule of thumb. So one of the challenges I find with people that are raised in capitals, there's this question, especially if they start once, you know, you've raised for your first dealer, second deal is this idea that you're raising for asset specific raises. So for instance, you have a property, you identify the property route there, then kind of a rolling fund.   So the challenge I find with that is you kind of, you really have to make sure everything's set up and then once a deal is there and you kind of, we're all running to get everything put together. So on that end, I think that's probably why you have this commitment that even though it's non-binding for you, is it something that it at least psychologically gets them connected to the deal?   Dave (13m 53s): Oh, a hundred percent. Get some connected, not necessarily to the ideal, but to ideal with me. Right? So there, at the end of the day, Jesse, when your investors are investing with you, a huge part of what they're investing in is, is Jessie. It's not just the deal, it's the team that's putting the deal together, right? So it's, it's that trust that's coming to the table. So that's my goal for, for our clients is to get them a number of investors waiting in the wings, so to speak kind of their investor ducks in a row, people, people that have signed off, not on necessarily on any specific deal, but on the idea of what the kind of deals are that they're doing.   Right. Because, you know, in your case, you're focusing on multi-family properties, are our clients have different, different focuses. Some of them do, multi-family some of the new burrs, single family flips, whatever it is, but their investors are signing on to that kind of deal.   Jesse (14m 51s): Yeah. I think it was had Brian Burke on the show a bout a year ago. And he called it the partnership structure. It's a trust vehicle, right. You're Dave Jibo or Jesse for golly, you know, there's, there's no investors that come in, if there's a lack of trust for the sponsor of the dealer or the team.   Dave (15m 7s): No. Like, and trust man got out of those three and in place for sure.   Jesse (15m 11s): No, like, and trust. Okay. So Dave, what was that? That was number one or the,   Dave (15m 15s): Yeah, we're having so fun. It's hard to keep track of what's going on here. So yeah, that's one of the big mistakes. The other one, again, that I made, it kind of goes in tied hand in hand with that, you know, you got to deal now, you got to raise the money for it. And that is just rushing in cold, hitting people up for cash. And, and this just brings back a nightmare for me, that that's exactly where I was at. I had this deal, it was a single family home, but you know, I need to raise whatever 85 grand, something like that for the deal.   But I only had like 14 days to remove the subject. So I had to get my you-know-what and gear pretty quickly. And that just brings a whole new sense of urgency, but also desperation. Right. And I don't come from a strong sales background. Most people don't, it's very, very few people that come from a sales background and can do the old Wolf of wall street thing and pick up the phone and start dialing for dollars. Not very many regular human beings can do that. Well. Okay. DiCaprio made it look like a lot of fun on the movie, but in real life, it's these by experiences, nowhere, nothing like that.   Yeah. So I tried that, I made picking up the phone dialing for dollars, doing those creepy networky type things, like turning every conversation into a real estate conversation, 32nd elevator pitches or commercials or whatever you want to call them. Right. All of that kind of stuff. In my opinion, just kind of smacks of desperation. Right. And it, and it's back to that whole thing. So I've tried all of this stuff and I had a deal on the go, but the challenge is you're coming from a position of weakness, right?   You need the money quickly and no matter how good that deal is, unless you're amazingly gifted actor, that desperation is going to ooze out of you. It's going to, it's just going to, they're going to smell it on you. I think in sales, they call that commission breadth, right? You just, you desperately need that sale. And no matter how good the deal is, the other person is going to be turned off by it. So that's, that's a big challenge. I see, you know, people are trying to raise money for a deal.   They're calling up folks they haven't seen or heard of for years. And the first thing, you know, they're pitching them on a deal. It almost, I don't know if ever had anybody hit you up for a network marketing type thing or an MLM type thing, Jesse, he never had that experience.   Jesse (17m 42s): Absolutely.   Dave (17m 42s): Doesn't it isn't just like it's cringy, right. It just a hundred   Jesse (17m 46s): Percent. But   Dave (17m 46s): Yeah. So we don't want to be in that, in that boat. So don't just, you know, I highly recommend you warm people up first before you start pitching your deal. So when we're working with clients, we have a whole process for this. We call it the warm-up campaign. Once we target our specific group of potential investors, we don't go in with, Hey, I got deals. If we got dough, no, the first step is, Hey, it stayed. Chances are, it's been a while since we've seen each other or connected, just wanted to reach out, say, hi, see how you're doing.   Let you know a little bit about what I've been up to. And then do a quick little recap of what's been going on in the last 3, 4, 5 years. You yourself, more the personal side, right? Not talking about real estate, not talking about markets, not talking, not trying to NLP anybody into investigating, just having a legitimate reconnection. So the way we do this with our clients, we'll do a three step email campaign, drip, drip, drip, like over a period of a week or 10 days. And the whole goal is just to get some movement, get some, some interaction, get people kind of going back and forth with you a little bit there because there is definitely capital in those connections.   Plus now it sets the stage for all of the marketing. That's going to come down the pipeline.   Jesse (19m 2s): So last time we were speaking you, you talked about kind of doing an audit on your phone. I believe, you know, looking for, you know, different or your contacts on your phone. I found that when I first started raising capital, it was, you know, your, your student network, you know, people that you knew through work there. Like when you really start to think about it, you do have tentacles that go into a lot of different areas. And it's just about organizing those. Has that changed at all for you? Or is it   Dave (19m 31s): No, we still do that process. So basically we, we want to create a list, a focus group of somewhere between one and 200 people, a hundred to 200 people that we want to laser focus in on to get started with Jesse. So what we do with our clients is we'll do a data dump. We'll take all of their phone contacts, their email contacts, their social media contacts, get them all into one place, sift sort, merge, purge, deduplicate duplicate, get it all cleaned up. And then you're probably going to start with a list of, I don't know, a thousand or 1500 people typically, or maybe even more.   And then the job is you go through that list and quickly whittle it down to a couple of hundred people that you actually do have a preexisting relationship with. Right? So these are people that have you bumped into them in the street. They'd know, you you'd know them. You could have a conversation, you know, at least that's, that's what we're looking for. Genuine connections. So that's, that's what we do with our   Jesse (20m 26s): Client. They do a stop and chat.   Dave (20m 28s): Exactly. Yeah. You could have a nice little conversation in the lineup for Starbucks.   Jesse (20m 32s): So the F the first thing you said there, it's like, to me, it's, it's a lot like dating this aspect of when you're absolutely completely needy. You have a deal, you can smell it. You can just, you get that vibe right away. And if   Dave (20m 46s): It, did you see me in my dating days? Is that what the transit sounds like? It sounds like you're spying on me,   Jesse (20m 52s): But it, it really, it really is funny. It's it does feel like it's almost like you're in high school again. And there's this aspect of when you feel, when it comes off, that you don't need that commitment. All of a sudden that you get that opposite reaction to somebody that's interested.   Dave (21m 7s): It that's exactly what it's like beautifully said.   Jesse (21m 10s): So this, so I guess just to cap off that second one, there, the point that you start to make this touch point does not have to be right when you get a deal. If anything, it doesn't hurt for people that are looking to raise capital to start reconnecting, you know, now prior, And I think one of the, one of the challenges, like you said, you know, I'm in brokerage and even, you know, even in a sales environment, I can only imagine if, you know, if somebody is not comfortable with talking or reaching out or it's outside their comfort level.   But one thing that I was told very early on was just like, you know, just bite the bullet and let people know what you're doing. And, and if real estate is what you're doing, there's, there's people that will invest with you that don't didn't know that you, you were actually investing. And I find that if you put yourself out there, you make these connections. Then when you do have a deal, it's, it's like you said, it's not a, you know, at the 11th hour, you're asking somebody to fund something.   Dave (22m 6s): Yeah, definitely. Well, and here's the thing. You come from a strong sales background. I come from a strong marketing background. And when you combine the two of them, then you're really on fire. So the beautiful thing I love about marketing is it can do a lot of that heavy lifting for you. So when you, you get the right marketing out there, what I call edutaining communication. So a little bit educational, hopefully a little bit entertaining, always with a clear call to action, never specifically selling a deal that selling people on the idea of booking a call with you.   That's, what's super powerful because then here's the, here's the difference, Jesse, instead of us reaching out, trying to convince somebody to listen to us about our deal, we use marketing to create curiosity, get them to put up their hand and ask us about the deal. That is a complete 180 and as a complete 180, when it comes to positioning as well. Right? So they want to know more from us versus us pushing our thing on them. So that's, that's my whole goal when it comes to this whole marketing thing is to try to attract investors instead of chasing after investors.   Jesse (23m 16s): Yeah. I like that. Edutaining good. Good. A little portmanteau there, Dave.   Dave (23m 21s): I, I, I wish I came up with that. Somebody smarter than me did. I can't remember who fortunately, but that, yeah, that's, that's the way to do it, edutain them.   Jesse (23m 29s): Okay. So we are on the TWA with   Dave (23m 34s): A few Eastern Canadians with your French. Look at me. I got the French last name, barely put three words together and fresh.   Jesse (23m 41s): You know what? I got   Dave (23m 42s): This Italian guy talking to me.   Jesse (23m 45s): I appreciate just being next to Quebec. They're the only ones that get my last name, right? When they're on a national bank or something. He still, yeah. Okay. So, all right. That's number one. And number two, third biggest mistake you see,   Dave (24m 0s): Oh man, I'm sure you see this all the time, Jessie and that is people kind of spraying and praying, right? So they think anybody with a pulse and a checkbook could make a good investor. So they start posting on Facebook. They're posting stuff all over the place. They're soliciting people in these public forums. And again, caveat here. I'm not a lawyer. I'm not giving legal advice. I'm a real estate guy and a marketer. That's, that's why they, but my understanding, and I'm pretty sure it's yours too, is that's that's illegal.   We're we're crossing, crossing the line with the good old Ontario securities commission, BC securities commissions, securities, and exchange commission in the states, if you're proactively soliciting investors in public forums, right. Especially strangers people that you don't know. So that's a big mistake back in the day, when newspapers were a thing, I'd see people putting in ads in the classified section and the Western investor and all these different places. And, you know, they might get away with it for awhile, but once the law comes down on you, that can be a very, very stressful, painful, and expensive experience.   So again, that's why we're working with clients, just helping them get started with raising capital. That's why we laser focus on leveraging their existing network first.   Jesse (25m 19s): Yeah, I think for Canadians, I think we have the national instruments. If anybody's curious to know what our equivalent is on the security side, but you know, in the states, I'm sure some listeners would be like, well, I saw, you know, I saw different people, advertise and grant Cardone, these different, you know, they're, they're looking at very specific exceptions within the law. And I, I, I think I'm going by memory reg, reg, D, and the states where if you're investing to certain individuals, if it's all accredited investors, if there's are, there is advertising, you can do.   But the average person, when they're just throwing everything out there, you really gotta be careful about that because, you know, I venture to guess the OSC and BC secure, I think it's BC securities commission. Is that right? Or is it, yep. I think that they might be a tad friendlier than the sec, but I, you don't want to get in the cross hairs of, of either,   Dave (26m 12s): Oh man. I, I know of a company in Alberta that had a full-time league. Like they had a legal department in-house they had, they, all their sales guys had to get the securities, whatever Canadian securities course thing and all that kind of stuff. They got shut down by the Alberta securities commission for six months. And their whole business was raising capital that's. That's how they made a living. That's all they paid the bills, they got shut down for six months for an investigation at the end of the six months.   They said, oh, it looks like you're doing everything right. You can go back. Continue. Yeah. Well, yeah, no, they're dead in the water after six months. Right. So   Jesse (26m 55s): Sham down a, a restaurant for a year. Same exact you're good now.   Dave (26m 60s): Yeah, exactly. So, I mean, and that was a full-time legal team and a multi multimillion dollar company. So think about for you and I are a little mom and pop real estate investor. I mean, yeah, just Laura getting a lawyer and trying to do anything with that bang you're down 10, 20, 30 grand in no time.   Jesse (27m 20s): Yeah, for sure. And that was one of the things for, for us, you know, we started with, you know, although you pay for it, we started with the solid legal team and you know, one nice thing about being in the industry is we knew a lot of people on that side, real estate or, or syndication or securities lawyers where, you know, you make sure you're doing everything correct. Okay. So those are the three. And, you know, once, once you have investors or you kind of are, I guess, people that you're educating on this kind of stuff, once they kind of have a handle on those aspects of investing or passive, are there any other ones that during the process, once you have acquired, I'm thinking from an investor relations standpoint?   Cause I feel like a lot of times there's conversations about raising capital and you finally do, it's great. You, you acquire the place, but then there's this whole other business where sometimes your personality type is great for raising capital, not so much for asset management,   Dave (28m 19s): Right? Yeah, definitely. Yeah. That's, that's a big hiccup for a lot of people, they get off to a good start and then the communication just kind of dries up. So I think, you know, and, and we work with a lot of what I call mom and pop investors, just getting, going, doing joint ventures and that sort of thing. Right. So what I always recommend to people is treat your investor. Even if it's your brother treat it as if it's a complete stranger and better yet I'm an accredited investor.   So ask yourself, you know, would an accredited investor want the proper legal paperwork? Yes. So make sure you've got the proper legal paperwork, but an accredited investor get independent legal advice. Yes. Make sure your brother gets his own independent legal advice. Would an accredited investor want regular reporting? Yes. How often quarterly semi-annually, whatever it is, then do the same thing. Right? So excuse me, Jesse. I came down with a little something here, so sorry for hacking on your shelf, but that's, that's the whole thing, right?   You gotta, you gotta have that communication, but you need to decide upfront in conjunction with your investor. How often did he want to hear from me? Because what I found in, in real estate investing as well as a lot of people are on the analytical side, so they can overdo it with almost too much communication, too much data, too much information when the investor really doesn't want that much. So you got to find that happy balance with your investor partners, and maybe you start off with a quarterly meetings for the first year back it off to every six months, the second year, and then keep it going like that, depending on what you agree with your investment partners.   Jesse (30m 1s): Yeah. I think it's good. I mean, in any relationship, any business relationship or, I mean, just in general setting expectations at the outset is, is a helpful because whether the there the right expert expectations or the wrong it's people get anchored to them. So you want to make sure that you're not, you know, setting expectations that you know, that you can't deliver on, or you find out that you can't deliver on. So being, you know, being careful, careful, and prudent about that. I think that makes a lot of sense.   Dave (30m 27s): Yeah. Good point.   Jesse (30m 29s): All right, Dave, we did a little bit more of a power round today. So I think we're going to have to chat about private money and next time I see it, because I think I was saying before the show with interest rates where they're at, I feel like that is going to be, it's going to start to be an area where we're going to see a lot more activity. We're already seeing it on the brokerage side, whether it's in the form of hard money loans or vendor take-back mortgages. So definitely should, should schedule a time to talk about that maybe in, in the fall.   We'll see where we're at.   Dave (31m 1s): That sounds great. My friend,   Jesse (31m 3s): So Dave, for our listeners, aside from Googling yourself or looking in the show notes here, where can listeners get in contact with you? See what you're up to?   Dave (31m 12s): Oh, thanks Jesse. So I'm really excited because I'm launching a brand new podcast. It's called the how to raise capital 1 0 1 show. You can find that wherever you like to listen to your podcasts and the first nine episodes of the show are a mini course on how to raise your first six figures in a matter of weeks, your first seven figures in a matter of months, even if you're just starting from scratch. So again, that's my new, not my new show that I'm pretty excited about the how to raise capital 1 0 1 show.   Jesse (31m 45s): My guest today has been Dave Dee, both Dave, thanks for being part of working capital. Again,   Dave (31m 50s): My pleasure, my friend. Thank you.   Jesse (31m 59s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one. Take care.

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The Sound Off Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 44:40


Every time we have a radio veteran on the podcast, the conversation shifts to the future of radio at least once. But it's always about the future with Marty Forbes. He always has had an eye towards it. It's no secret that the broadcast industry is struggling to keep up with the times. But few guests have quite the depth of insight into radio's slow demise that Marty Forbes brings.A lifelong Program Director, VP and GM at stations like CKFM 99.9, the Bear in Edmonton, CISL, CKKS, CJAX, CKSL, and his first gig at CKNL in Kamloops, Marty knows the ins and outs of broadcasting in a way few others can match. He's seen far too many stations fail to meet the shifting tides of the media market, or more commonly, hurt themselves worse in the attempt. In 2009, Marty started Radiowise Inc. to help as many companies as possible to launch, rebuild, and evolve while avoiding these issues.However, since he decided to shut down Radiowise, now seems liek athe right time to ask him about the specific problems he's seen. Together, we dive into the challenges radio stations face in 2022, the way many companies are failing to address them, and the problems with the CRTC's stagnant grip on broadcasting.We also discuss Marty's extensive catalogue of public service efforts, but did not have a chance to list off the specifics. He's a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for community service, and he's been directly involved with a staggering number of charitable organizations: The Jerry Forbes Centre, Santas Anonymous, the Edmonton Singing Christmas Tree, Crescendo, and the John Cameron Changing Lives Foundation.If you want to hear more from Marty, you can check out his blog, Marty's Musings, where he talks about everything from business advice to travel planning. You can also connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn. If anything - do it for the travel advice!Get a Transcript of this Episode Here!Also a thanks to our latest sponsor, The CHR Prep Service. Click to get a free trial.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes
“Stolen: Surviving St. Michael's” with Connie Walker

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 51:23


Trigger warning: This episode contains mentions of sexual and physical abuse. For nearly the past year, Canadian journalist Connie Walker has been working on an investigation into her father's experience at St. Michael's Indian Residential School in Canada. The story is told as part of “Stolen: Surviving St. Michael's,” a series available exclusively on Spotify. Her investigation began when she heard a story about her late father who was a police officer in the 70s. He pulled over a car that was swerving, and when he got to the window, he recognized the driver as a priest who he believed had abused him at residential school. He pulled the priest out of the car and beat him up on the side of the road. Over the years, thousands of students have come forward about their experiences at residential schools. Walker joins WITHpod to discuss the process of telling this deeply personal story of intergenerational trauma, her motivation for bringing issues affecting indigenous people to light and how this dark part of Canada's past hasn't been completely reconciled. The Canadian government has apologized and set aside millions in reparations, along with a new child education and welfare system in response to abuse.

GIVING STARTS WITH YOU
134: What's Your T.E.A? Making a Difference One Cup at a Time with Miss Liz

GIVING STARTS WITH YOU

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 58:56


Thank you, Liz! It was such an honour and pleasure to have you as a guest. Sharing your personal story with us was important in helping others feel seen and not forgotten.  Thank you for creating a safe space for all and helping others find their voice.Meet Elizabeth (Miss Liz)Elizabeth Jean Olivia Gagnon is an established Best Selling International CoAuthor, International Keynote Speaker, Founder/Creator of Miss Liz Teatime and Parties, Global Peace Challenge 2020 Ambassador for Canada

The Ian Furness Show
Furness H1 - The Seahawks made the right decision / In defense of the Molly-Whop guys / Power Play

The Ian Furness Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 42:06


We are officially in our brand new studio. Let's see how long it takes before something breaks. Ian explains why the Seahawks made the right decision by trading away Russell Wilson. We took a lot of heat yesterday for the pessimism over the Mariners, including from Dick Fain. Ian explains why the negativity is justified. On the Power Play, updates on the NHL Conference Finals, and the Thunderbirds' win over Kamloops last night.

Sekeres & Price Show
June 1 2022 - Mike Komisarek, TC Carling, Darren Dreger & Jeff Paterson

Sekeres & Price Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 90:15


TC Carling of the Canadian Men's Health Foundation joined Matt and Blake to promote their podcast, 'Don't Change Much' which premieres June 7. First off, talked about his days working in hockey PR and the excitement that the playoffs bring to that department. Talked about the new hires that have been brought in. Mentioned that the Sedin children are mid to late teens now and the kids that they will be helping on the ice aren’t much older than their children. Talked about ‘Move for your mental health’. It’s a month-long event and the goal is to drive awareness. The reality is that 72% of men in this country are unhealthy. The good news is that 70% of chronic illness is preventable. Guests will join their podcast every Tuesday. Talked about the roster of guests.Jeff Paterson, our Vancouver Canucks Reporter, joined Matt and Blake in his regular spot. First talked about the Memorial Cup going to Kamloops. Talked about Game 1 of the WCF. Didn’t see an 8-6 game to start the series. At some point, you think you’ll see some saves. That didn’t happen. Talked about the off-side. The tag-up rule wasn’t written for a mini dump-in, of sorts. There are smart people that can reword the rule. Give the linesman some credit. He did his job. The shot from Makar was an absolute laser. There is nothing this guy does that isn’t at an incredible level. Thinks there is room for EDM players to get better. If you give up 47 shots to the Avs on a nightly basis, it’ll be a quick series. Talked about NHL rules. In answering the poll question, JPat would go with puck over glass but he thinks it’s high time to get rid of the trapezoid.One of the newest members of the Vancouver Canucks Player Development Department, Mike Komisarek, joined Matt and Blake to talk about his new job. Talked about how it all came about. Had heard his name was on the list of Cammi and Ryan Johnson and talks started from there. The more he talked with them, the more excited he got. Saw the importance and the value of the role. Likes the work and the process of taking them from the draft to the NHL. Thought this was a good opportunity to get his hands on a Stanley Cup, which he never got as a player. Talked about how he heard that his name was on the list. It’s a small hockey world. Everyone is looking for a job to prove their worth. Talked about what he will bring to this job. He was a first-round draft pick, came into the NHL and quickly figured out he wouldn’t be on the PP. Wants to help the kids establish good habits. This team has tremendous resources. Didn’t talk to anyone in the MTL organization when he was drafted by them. These days he will build a relationship with the kids right away. Talked about working with the kids while they are playing for their respective CHL teams. Has to be genuine. Talked about the advice he will give to kids. Talked about Quinn Hughes. Talked about his bond with Chris Higgins.Darren Dreger joined Matt and Blake from Denver. Talked about Game 1 of the WCF last night. Said everyone left the building a bit punch drunk. Even the Avs weren’t happy. They know they have to be better. Talked about the goals we saw in the game. For the most part, the stars showed up. It was punch, counter punch. Not minutes but seconds later. Talked about the off-side rule. Said that Ken Holland had a look in the video replay room before the media and he completely understood. Talked about the new role for the Sedin twins. Thinks that this is a solid plan. The IQ they bring is off the charts. Why wouldn’t you want them as close to players as possible, especially at the American league? Talked about Travis Green. Says that a number of teams have reached out to him. Talked about the Dallas Stars and their coaching search. Everything will fall after Barry Trotz. It is muddying things up a little bit. Hasn’t stopped GMs from having conversations with other candidates.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Canary Cry News Talk
NEPHAMSTERS NEPHENGUINS

Canary Cry News Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 184:01


Canary Cry News Talk #491 - 06.01.2022 NEPHAMSTERS NEPHENGUINS K-Pop Bait, Super Bacteria, Propaganda Rooster LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com CLIP CHANNEL: CanaryCry.Tube SUPPLY DROP: CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other podcast: ravel Gonz' New Youtube: Facelikethesun Resurrection Gonz' Video Archive: Facelikethesun.Live App Made by Canary Cry Producer: Truther Dating App   LEAD 6:54 V / 2:27 P DAYS OF NOAH/CRISPR Gene-Editing experiment turns fluffy hamsters into aggressive mutant rage monsters (METRO)   RACE WARS  K-Pop mega group BTS visits White House, Anti-Asian hate (Wapo) →→ Lured by dating apps, Asian Americans targeted by crypto scams (Boston Globe)   INTRO (M-W-F) B&G Update, V4V/Exec./Asso./Support   FLIPPY Robot shoulder might be key to Lab-Made Tendon Grafts (ScienceAlert)   [Party Pitch/Ravel/CCClips/text alerts] 50:10 V /    POLYTICKS 55:35 V /  Debunking False Viral Tweets About Abbott Cruz after Texas mass shooting (CNN)   GREAT RESET/CANADA 1:20:10 V /  Truth Tracker: Analyzing the WEF ‘Great Reset' Conspiracy Theory (CTV)   [TREASURE/SPEAKPIPE/BYE YOUTUBE] 1:23:05 V /    GUN CONTROL 2:07:41 V /  Texas Authorities, Teacher did not leave door propped open before shooter entered (ABC)   CLIMATE CHANGE 2:30:40 V /  How climate change could release world ending Super Bacteria (Newsweek) → US Scientists open crystals that may hold 830 million year old living organism (Times of Israel)   [TALENT] 2:36:56 V /    UFO/ALIENS We skipped this due to time? [Note] NASA officially confirms joining investigations into UFOs (DailyMail)   ANTARCTICA/NEPHILIM UPDATE 2:58:20 V /  Penguin or Great Auk? (Academia Edu) Atypical Season 4 Ending Explained, Why Sam had to go to Antarctica (Crossover99) Battling for Penguins, Germany moves to cool heat on Russia and Ukraine (DailyMaverick)   [TIME/OUTRO] 3:03: V /    EPISODE 491 WAS PRODUCED BY… Executive Producers Kayli L**   Supply Drop Rene K, Carol F, Ivy E, Mariska K, Kris R, Kathryn S, Nicole B   Producers Billy Not Gates, Christopher B, Martins T, Julie S, Darrin S, Alana L, MORV, SIR JC KNIGHT OF THE TECHNOSQUATCH, LX protocol V2, ANON, Gail M, MrJAg, William F, Puddin22, Jonathan F, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Veronica D, Jackie U, Sir James knight and servant of the Lion of Judah    AUDIO PRODUCTION (Jingles, Iso, Music): Psalm40, MartyB, JonathanF   ART PRODUCTION (Drawing, Painting, Graphics): Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation, Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia, RAB   CONTENT PRODUCTION (Microfiction etc.): Runksmash: “When will you [NFT] listen?!” Yeowls Monty, “The old lady was basking in the light of Big Mouse and his demon wrangler!” A frustrated Basil continues picking up, but stops as he sees, pecked into the drywall, three overlapping circles crossed out.   The Sentinel: The skating rink is packed with competitors and fans alike from all over the valley. Basil looks around as he laces his angelic skates. One team wears blue, another grey; one team distinguishes themselves with biker vests, and another team of all ladies' wears hats. Across the room, separated from the rest of the crowd is the Alpha-Bois cloaked in their skull hoodies and armed with their red skates. Jonny Kael locks eye contact with Basil. For a moment Basil thinks he sees a glimmer of light in the Alpha-Bois blackened eyes, but it quickly disappears. Their attention is drawn away from each other as a man begins to talk on the microphone: “Alright everyone! Are you ready!?!? Let's get this competition under wayyyyyy!”   CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon   Timestamps: Mondays: Jackie U Wednesdays: Jade Bouncerson Fridays: Christine C   ADDITIONAL STORIES WE DIDN'T GET TO: POLYTICKS ‘Don' of a new era: the rise of Peter Thiel as a US rightwing power player (theGuardian)  EXCLUSIVE: Pelosi's multi-millionaire husband Paul killed his 19-year-old brother (DailyMail)  Clip: David Hogg Speaks at Discovery Glenn →→ Israelis lament “racism problem” as Jerusalem march turns ugly (CNN) FOOD Clip: IMF Chair Managing Director,  food shortages coming to Africa, Middle East UKRAINE/RUSSIA/USA US relation with Russia over Ukraine so bad, ambassadors frozen out (WSJ) CYBERPANDEMIC Darktrace CEO calls for ‘TECH NATO' amid growing Cyber Threats (AI News) → Cyberpolygon 2022 postponed (Sociable) AI AI tech detects strokes to save time, lives (ABC) Virtual babies that grow in realtime will be normal by 2070 (StudyFinds) GREAT RESET Great Reset in human settlements and urban development policies and administration (Inquirer) DEBUNKED Biggest Fake News Story in Canada, Kamloops mass grave debunked by academics (NY Post) OTHER STORIES Former FBI agents, 21 years, 8 biggest warning signs of dishonest person (CNBC, 2020) California Coastal Commission rejects plan for Poseidon desalination plant (LA Times) CHINA Clip: UN human rights chief urged Beijing to review human rights compliance (Reuters) COVID/WACCINE/CHINA Shanghai eases restrictions, moves to support economy (Reuters)

Antonia Gonzales
Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Antonia Gonzales

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 4:58


Trudeau attends memorial service at Kamloops mass grave site Sioux tribe sues SD over redistricting plan

Rebel News +
DAILY | Exposing the elites at the World Economic Forum; Trudeau heckled by Indigenous protesters

Rebel News +

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 65:44


Sheila Gunn Reid and Adam Soos are behind the mic after a long weekend, discussing our team's efforts to expose the elites at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, while back at home in Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was heckled by Indigenous protesters in Kamloops, British Columbia.

The Decibel
Connie Walker's latest investigation: Her own family's history

The Decibel

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 21:08


Journalist Connie Walker has been reporting on Indigenous stories for most of her career. From missing and murdered women to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, she has covered on some of the biggest stories in Canada in the last few decades. But it wasn't until last year that she decided to look into her own family's past. The urge to dig into her deceased father's past appeared after her brother shared a story in the wake of the discovery of 215 unmarked graves at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in B.C. Connie talks about the importance of healing through sharing the truths, what she found out about her own family's secrets and her new podcast, Stolen: Surviving St. Michael's.