In today’s first subscriber supported Public Service Announcement, one person wants you to know about another community litter cleanup event in Albemarle, this time on October 30 in the southern part of the county. The latest Love Albemarle event will take place between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at sites in Esmont, Keene, Scottsville, and North Garden. Around fifty people showed up for a similar event in Esmont this past spring, and organizers want to double that amount. Organizer Ed Brooks is seeking to get children involved, so if you’re a parent or guardian and want to spend the morning cleaning up road-side litter, register today! On this edition of the program:A host of development updates in Albemarle County, including a mixed-use development in the Broadway BlueprintThe Virginia Chapter of the American Planning Association releases its annual awardsEmmet Street at Ivy Road to be closed for nearly two weeks for stormwater projectChris Greene Lake reopens to dogs after a month’s closureA suspicious item is found at Charlottesville’s federal courtFire crews and police officers responded last night to reports of a suspicious item at the Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in downtown Charlottesville, but the item was determined by the Virginia State Police to be of no threat. The area was closed from 6:45 p.m. to around 8:30 p.m. according to a release from the city’s communications office.The incident comes just three days before a trial gets underway in the federal cases against multiple organizers involved in the August 12 Unite the Right rally. The lawsuit was filed four years ago and seeks damages based on an 1871 civil rights law as well as a prevention of future rallies. Defendants include Jason Kessler, Richard Spencer, and Christopher Cantwell, among others. The trial begins Monday morning. (read more in the University of Michigan’s Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse)The water at Chris Greene Lake Park has been reopened to dogs and people. Albemarle issued an advisory in late September after tests reported elevated levels of harmful algae. There have been two consecutive tests which have indicated water quality has returned to normal levels. A release announcing the reopening went out Friday afternoon. Emmet Street will be fully closed between Ivy Road and Rothery Road for nearly two weeks between November 1 and November 12. Traffic will be detoured along Massie Road and Copeley Road. According to a release, the roadway will be shut to allow for installation of a large stormwater utility structure across Emmet Street. Pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, and transit-riders are warned of potential delays. “Please expect traffic backups along the detour route and if possible, utilize Rt 250 or other city streets to bypass the area,” reads the release. “Pedestrians will be detoured through the UVA site along the parking garage service road.” The school superintendent in Nelson County has announced she will step down next June 30. The Lynchburg News Advance reports that Martha Eagle has plans to retire after a 32-year career in the Nelson school system. Nelson County has 1,520 students and more than 300 employees. (read the article)The Virginia Chapter of the American Planning Association has released its awards for 2021 at a hybrid conference in Roanoke. Senator Lynwood Lewis (D-6) received the Cardinal Award for his role as a legislator, singling out key pieces of legislation that were signed into law in the from the past year.SB1350: Requires the Commonwealth Transportation Board to incorporate resiliency into project selection processSB1374: Establishes a carbon sequestration task force which must report before 2022 General Assembly SB1389: Requires landowners whose properties are prone to flooding to report that risk to potential buyersSB1404: Adjustments to the Stormwater Local Assistance Fund to clarify intent to reduce nitrogen and phosphorous reduction Fairfax County won the Commonwealth Plan of the year for its Zoning Ordinance Modernization Project, which cut the length of those regulations in half.“The new streamlined ordinance is half the size of the previous Ordinance from 1978, which was accomplished through elimination of repetition and use of easy-to-understand language, graphics, and figures,” reads the award’s write-up.The city of Norfolk won three awards for three projects. OpenNorfolk is an initiative that helped businesses connect with customers during the pandemic. Norfolk also created a Missing Middle Pattern Book to explain how additional density could be achieved in single-family neighborhoods. The Norfolk Thrive plan presents a vision for how to extend urban development in the coastal city from the Harbor Park ballpark to Norfolk State University. The latter won the APA’s Resilient Virginia Community of the Year. Other awards include:Williamsburg Planning Director Carolyn Murphy won the Outstanding Service AwardThe Edge District between York County, James City County, and the City of Williamsburg won the Holzheimer Economic Development Award Frederick County won the Commonwealth Connectors Award and planner John Bishop won the Outstanding Service Award for the Crossover Boulevard project, which is a new four-lane roadway in WinchesterIn today’s Patreon-fueled shout-out is for the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Campaign, an initiative that wants you to grow native plants in yards, farms, public spaces and gardens in the northern Piedmont. The leaves have started to fall as autumn set in, and as they do, this is a good time to begin planning for the spring. Native plants provide habitat, food sources for wildlife, ecosystem resiliency in the face of climate change, and clean water. Start at the Plant Northern Piedmont Natives Facebook page and tell them Lonnie Murray sent you!Time now for a round up of various developments in Albemarle County. Developer Alan Cadgene has filed plans with Albemarle County for a mixed-use development to be built on a 1.36 acre property just to the northwest of the redeveloped Woolen Mills factory. The proposal is for a 2,500 square foot manufacturing buildings with 13 dwelling units. The project is being submitted by-right. “[That] means that if the proposed plans meet the minimum requirements of the county’s zoning, site plan, or subdivision ordinances, they must be approved,” reads the public notification for the project.The county’s Comprehensive Plan designates the land as Neighborhood Density Residential which calls for between three and six units per acre. According to the project application, the residential density on the site be 9.55 units per acre. An existing structure on the property would remain. This is within the scope of the county’s Broadway Blueprint planning area. That’s being run by the county’s Economic Development Office. Elsewhere in the county, plans have been filed for 250 units along Rio Road near Four Seasons. Andy Reitelbach is a senior planner with the county. “So the application is called the Heritage on Rio,” Retelbach said.The property is within the jurisdiction of the Places29-Hydraulic Community Advisory Committee, which had a community meeting on a rezoning application for the project on October 18. “Sometimes the current zoning and the future land use designation do not always line up so that is one reason why a property owner may choose to request a rezoning of their property,” Reitelbach said. In this case, the request is to go from R-6 zoning to a customized zone known as a Planned Residential Development. That would allow up to 35 units per acre as well as some commercial uses. The buildings have not been designed, according to attorney Valerie Long with the firm Williams Mullen. The Architectural Review Board will also weigh in on the project as Rio Road is an entrance corridor. “The project is proposing that 15 percent of the rezoned units will be affordable to those making up to 80 percent of the area median income,” Long said. By-right there could be 50 units on the property, so that translates to 15 percent of 200, or 30 units. The Places29-North Community Advisory Committee met on October 14 and one topic was an update on the Brookhill development south of Forest Lakes and north of Polo Grounds Road. Cameron Langille is another planner in Albemarle. (watch the meeting)“Brookhill was rezoned by the Board of Supervisors in 2016,” Langille said. “Brookhill totals 277.5 acres so it is a pretty large project. It’s going to be developed in multiple phases and the rezoning referred to each of those phases as blocks.”Brookhill is a mixed-use development that must have at least 552 residential units and a maximum of 1,550 units. These include apartments, townhomes, and single-family homes. Langille said the developer could have constructed many more under the Comprehensive Plan but opted to go at a lower density. Final approval so far has been granted for 535 total dwelling unitsBlock 1 is the center of the development. “There’s going to be also a public park and a plaza gathering area, and that is going to be the primary focal point for non-residential uses in this project,” Langille said. Some blocks have been approved and constructed, while others are working their way through the review process. Block 8A consists of a 179-bed assisted living facility which is nearing opening. Block 1A and Block 8B consist of multifamily units that look like townhomes but contain more units. A site plan had been submitted for a hockey rink in the town center. “That plan got to the final site plan stage which is basically the last thing they have to do application wise before they get final approval,” Langille said. “We were reviewing that back in 2018 and from what the developer has told me it’s not going to be build in that block any longer. They are still working with the folks who are looking to do that ice rink and they are potentially going to relocate it a little further north on the north side of the town center area.”Allison Wrabel of the Daily Progress reported in February 2020 that the park had been delayed. A group called Friends of the Charlottesville Ice Park had been fundraising for the project. The website for the group has expired. Special announcement of a continuing promo with Ting! Are you interested in fast internet? Visit this site and enter your address to see if you can get service through Ting. 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Jay welcomes long-time mentor and broker Darren Langille to the (RE)source podcast in this special episode. So, what does it look like to run a podcast while managing a brokerage? Darren and Jay both dive in to discuss life as a podcaster and what it takes to make it big. Darren explains how his brokerage in Canada focuses on the relational aspect of real estate, genuine relationships with your clients will take you farther than ever. Jay delves into the importance of referrals and how realtors who go the extra mile are likely to rise to the top. Their conversation doesn't stop there as they go over one of the most important questions, "did you ask?"
In today’s Patreon-fueled shout-out: The Rivanna Conservation Alliance is looking for a few good volunteers to help out on Clean Stream Tuesdays, a mile and a half paddle and clean-up to remove trash and debris from popular stretches of the Rivanna River. Trash bags, trash pickers, gloves, and hand sanitizer/wipes will be provided, though volunteers will need to transport themselves to and from the end points. Kayaks for the purpose can be rented from the Rivanna River Company. Visit the Rivanna Conservation Alliance's volunteer page to learn more about upcoming dates.On today’s show:The Pantops CAC hears about development projects and an extension of the Old Mills TrailThe Metropolitan Planning Organization endorses planning projects Virginia’s Constitution turns 50 tomorrowAlbemarle and Charlottesville launch a Buy Local campaign We begin today with some transportation news. U.S. 250 in Nelson County between Route 6 and I-64. has reopened to traffic two months after being closed after a rock slide. According to a release, that’s two weeks ahead of schedule. Lou Hatter is a spokesman for the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Culpeper District. “We had two contractors who were really focused on getting this work done as quickly as possible,” Hatter said. “The fact that U.S. 250 was not open created real issues particularly for people lived on Route 6, Afton Mountain Road.”The contractors worked six days a week and removed over 700 dump trucks of material removed from the failed slope. “It was a steep slope so the work had to be done in stages because they had to go in with equipment and level out an area called a bench that the equipment could work from and then they would reach up above that to remove the loose material.”Hatter said a series of something called a “soil nail” have been drilled into the rock.“They’re secured in place with a cement grout and then over top of that is overlaid a chain link material like chain link fencing, a mesh material and that’s secured to the rods,” Hatter said. Over top of the soil nails is a layer of straw and grass seed intended to grow vegetation quickly. Hatter said the contractors also identified another area where a slope might have failed, and this same process has been applied at that location. Credit: Virginia Department of TransportationIn addition to being the first day of Fiscal Year 2021, July 1 is also the 50th anniversary of Virginia’s current constitution. The 1971 Constitution replaced a version from 1902 which historic records show was created to make it harder for Black Virginians to vote and to enshrine segregation as the law of the land. That constitution imposed a poll tax and literacy requirements to vote. The 1971 Constitution was an attempt to remove those restrictions following federal bans as well as passage of the Civil Rights Act. Copies of all four of Virginia’s Constitutions are on view at the Library of Virginia through Thursday. Learn more about the 1971 Constitution in a press release sent out by the office of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam.Governor Northam inspects previous Constitutions with legal scholar A. E. Dick Howard. Howard led the process to write the 1971 document. Albemarle County and Charlottesville have launched a joint Buy Local campaign to promote small businesses in the area. The economic development offices in both jurisdictions will run the campaign and are looking for businesses that might want to participate in what’s being described “as a multi-channel, multimedia promotional and educational campaign.” From the release:“Locally-owned, independent businesses with a brick-and-mortar facility in the City of Charlottesville or Albemarle County interested in being featured in the campaign should contact Jennifer Schmack at email@example.com (for Albemarle-based businesses) and Jason Ness at firstname.lastname@example.org (for Charlottesville based-businesses).” Today is the official last day for Rebecca Carter as administrator of Buckingham County, according to the Farmville Herald. Carter moved to the county south of Albemarle in 1986 when her husband was transferred to a job with CSX. Soon after she went to work for Buckingham County as an administrative assistant. In 1994, she became administrator. Carter announced her resignation last December due to her husband’s failing health. Wayne Carter died in April, and Rebecca Carter told the Farmville Herald she plans to spend her retirement helping with the family farm. There’s an effort underway in Albemarle County to extend the Old Mills Trail along the Rivanna south of Pantops. That was one piece of information told to the Pantops Community Advisory Committee during their briefing on the Urban Rivanna River Corridor Plan, a joint planning effort intended to encourage greater collaboration between Albemarle and Charlottesville along a common border. Tim Padalino is a planner in Albemarle’s parks and recreation department.“There is an existing section of the Old Mills Trail as I think most viewers and attendees know,” Padalino said. “It’s approximately two and a half miles in length between Darden Towe Park on the upstream section and the I-64 bridges downstream, the current ending of the trail.”Padalino said the proposed extension would go further downstream to Milton through an area that is currently overgrown and wild. If turned into a trail, people might be able to walk to a spot that is also being planned for a better place to end a journey on the river itself. “So for example the vision for the Rivanna Greenway and Blueway includes future development of an expanded improved public landing and river access sport at Milton as well as some type of a new trailhead facility at Milton,” Padalino said. The extension will pass over land owned by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation. Padalino said a primitive pathway does exist, but it’s not sanctioned. The idea would be to use crushed stone as a trail bed rather than paving the four mile long, six foot wide trail. There’s also no funding yet for the extension. “It’s not officially maintained and it’s not permanently authorized for public use,” Padalino said. “Some easement acquisitions are still necessary before beginning final project design and funding request and grant applications and everything else that will come in the weeks and months ahead.” The extension to Milton will pass in some section close to the railroad, which will be owned soon by the Virginia Passenger Rail Authority. It will also pass by the Luckstone quarry. “And part of the arrangement and agreement between Luckstone and Albemarle County is to make sure that trail users can remain safe while passing through an active quarry,” Padalino said. Prepared by Albemarle County Parks & Recreation with support from Albemarle County Community Development – Geographic Data Services Division.Padalino made his comments at the Pantops Community Advisory Committee. That group also got updates on development projects under construction or under review. Senior planner Cameron Langille said contractors hired by the Virginia Department of Transportation continue to work on converting the junction of U.S. 250 and Interstate 64 into a “diverging diamond.”“As it stands that project is still on track to be completed at the original date of March 2023,” Langille said.Planners are reviewing a new 1,000 square foot building at the Pantops Shopping Center.“There’s a flat green grassed area there that they’re going to install some new parking into and then the new building is going to be a drive through car wash,” Langille said. Across U.S. 250, the façade of the former Battlefield/Malloy Ford has been demolished. Malloy moved to U.S. 29.“What they’re doing is to try to build the façade back because they’re looking to get some new auto dealerships to go back to that site,” Langille said. A site plan is nearing approval for The Hampton Inn to be built on State Farm Boulevard. A second hotel The Overlook is still in the review process for a rezoning application. “The applicant has told us that they want to continue going through reviews with staff until our comments have gotten to a point where the applicant feels comfortable moving forward to a public hearing with the Planning Commission,” Langille said. Langille said a proposal to build 130 apartment units on South Pantops Drive next to the Overlook Condominiums has been withdrawn. In its place is a new development for 40 townhomes. Two former fast food franchise buildings in the Pantops Shopping Center have closed in the past year. A Burger King remains vacant while the Hardees has a new tenant. “Tobey’s Pawn Shop has gone on in and occupied that space,” Langille said. “They just did some work inside of the building but really didn’t change anything else on site.”The Pantops Community Advisory Committee will next meet in August and will take off the month of July. Time for another subscriber-supported public service announcement! The Friends of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library are having a Warehouse Sale at Albemarle Square Shopping Center (300 Albemarle Square) Friday, July 9 through Sunday, July 11 from 10-6 each day. There will be Fiction, Mysteries, SciFi and Fantasy, Cookbooks, Military, Biographies and YA and Children’s Books There will be a capacity limit of 80 shoppers. Proceeds benefit our regional public library system, JMRL, serving Charlottesville, Albemarle, Greene, Louisa and Nelson.*Finally today, time to go through some of the June 23 meeting of the Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Board. To recap, that’s the federally-mandated body that approves transportation funding. It’s made up of two Charlottesville City Councilors, two Albemarle Supervisors, and the head of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Culpeper District. The MPO adopted a resolution supporting an effort by the city of Charlottesville to seek additional funding to support the Meadow Creek Trail. Chris Gensic with the city’s Parks and Recreation Department said the city received a Transportation Alternatives grant of $300,000 two years ago for the project, which according to the staff report was for “the design and construction of a bike and pedestrian bridge across Meadow Creek as part of the U.S. 250 Commuter Trail from Hydraulic Road to Brandywine Drive.” That amount included $75,000 in local funding. However, that amount will not be enough to cover the project.“After doing some discussions with VDOT and thinking it through, we came up with a plan where A, you can’t just build a bridge that isn’t connected by a full multi-use path,” Genesis said. “There’s paths in that area but they are recreational dirt surface paths. In order to construct the entire project, to get all the funding in at once and hire one contractor and just get it all done, we’ve decided to apply for a second round of funding.” The request this year is for $500,000 and will require $135,000 in local funding as a match. A second city department is also making a Transportations Alternative Project grant request to fund the existing Safe Routes to School program for the next two fiscal years. More specifically, the funding would cover the cost of a full-time coordinator.“That coordinator helps to implement programs in the city schools, things like Bike and Walk to School day events, helmut giveaways, neighborhood bike repair,” said Amanda Poncy, the city’s bicycle and pedestrian coordinator. “Working with the city school division to better understand how kids are getting to school, and also building a website and social media presence.”The MPO approved resolutions of support for both, and a third for a planning grant for future of the Amtrak station on West Main Street. Jessica Hersh-Ballering is a transportation planner with the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission. “This is a small station but it serves a lot of riders,” Hersh-Ballering said. “The size of the station doesn’t currently meet the needs of our numbers of boardings and alightings and with continued investment by the state into rail and passenger rail, it will continue to not meet those needs.”If funded, the TJPDC would create a master plan for the site. More on all three of those projects as 2021 continues. We’ll also hear more the rest of the year about the candidates for projects for consideration in the next round of VDOT’s Smart Scale process. The deadline isn’t until next year, but pre-selection work is underway. Potential projects for the MPO to consider are:A roundabout at the intersection of District Avenue and Hydraulic RoadAn extension of Hillsdale Avenue to the U.S. 250 bypassA bike and pedestrian crossing of the Rivanna River Multi-modal improvements for Avon Street between Mill Creek and Belmont Bridge Multi-modal improvements for 5th Street between Southwood and Harris RoadA grade-separated interchange, or “flyover” at U.S 250 and U.S. 29 Interested in more information in any of these stories? Take a look at the video. If you have any questions, let me know and I’ll try to help. That’s what I am here to do! A “flyover” interchange was suggested as a candidate by a member of the Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe
In our final talk with @tpcsportslive we talk about social etiquette and if it is better to be polite like Langille, or direct like Meader. Find TPC Sports at: https://www.facebook.com/tpcsportslive/ https://twitter.com/tpcsportslive
We sit down with Langille of @tpcsportslive to talk about our obsessions. Meader details his crazy detailed meta gaming laced spreadsheets. Pepin tries to trade wheat for sheep. Langille details his rise through COD. Find TPC Sports at: https://www.facebook.com/tpcsportslive/ https://twitter.com/tpcsportslive
Welcome to Episode 39 of The Hip Hop Orchestra Presents PodcastIn this Episode, we are introduced to the incredibly Talented Violinist and Model Annika Langille from CanadaAnnika shares with us how she got into both Music and Modelling, her experiences in the EYO (Edmonton Youth Orchestra, - Senior Section), how she deals with being both a Musician and a Model and SO much moreWe hope you enjoy :)Available For Download On All Major Platforms -https://www.buzzsprout.com/826003/episodesFull Length Trackhttps://soundcloud.com/gsavvides/violin-hip-hopThe Hip Hop Orchestra Patreon Page:https://www.patreon.com/TheHipHopOrchesta?fan_landing=trueAnnika LangillInstagram - @AnnikaLangilleThe Hip Hop Orchestra:Website - https://thehiphoporchestra.co.uk/Instagram - @TheHipHopOrchestraFacebook - The Hip Hop OrchestraTwitter - @TheHipHopOrchGeorgio Savvides:Instagram - @georgiosavvidesFacebook - Georgio SavvidesTwitter - @GioSavvidesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/TheHipHopOrchesta?fan_landing=true)
2020 Nov 15th - Race Time Radio With Your Host: Joe Chisholm And Co-Host Joe Chisholm Jr Featuring: These gentleman will be inducted into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame - LP Dumoulin as a competitor - Alex Nagy a competitor and builder - Dylan Langille Riverside International Speedway Antigonish Nova Scotia Announcer Access To Race Time Radio: Live Stream Via: http://racetimeradio.com/live_stream.htm Web: http://www.racetimeradio.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Racetimeradio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/race.timeradio iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/race-time-radio/id1368707581 Free App For Easy Listening: http://instantapp.com/racetimeradiolive/ Missed a Broadcast Catch Up Here:: https://racetimeradio.podbean.com Motorsports Links: - https://www.facebook.com/DumoulinLP47 - https://twitter.com/DumoulinLP - https://www.dumoulincompetition.com/ - https://www.facebook.com/nascarpintysseries - https://twitter.com/NASCARPintys - https://cmhf.ca/ - https://www.facebook.com/CanadianMotorsportHallOfFame - https://www.facebook.com/alex.nagy.94064 - https://twitter.com/Nags_Alex - https://www.facebook.com/jukasamotor - https://jukasamotorspeedway.com/ - https://www.facebook.com/DylanCLangille - https://twitter.com/DylanLangille - https://www.riversidespeedway.ca/ - https://twitter.com/Riverside_NS Race Time Radio Fuelled By:: Visit: Rev TV: http://revtv.ca/ Visit Napa Auto Parts: - New Glasgow https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/new-glasgow/store/1006060 - Antigonish: https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/antigonish/store/1001258 - Port Hawkesbury: https://www.napacanada.com/en/ns/port-hawkesbury/store/1007375 Visit: Bobbleheads Canada - http://bobbleheadscanada.ca Visit: VP Racing Fuels http://www.vpracingfuels.com Visit: APX Racewear: https://www.facebook.com/APX-Racewear-241826969293535/?fref=ts Visit: Quality Inn Halifax Airport http://www.airporthotelhalifax.com/ Visit: Dawson Dental http://dawsondental.ca/ Visit: Hoiliday Inn Express - New Glasgow https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/stellarton/ytrst/hoteldetail?cm_mmc=GoogleMaps-_-EX-_-CA-_-YTRST Visit: Atlantic Tiltload http://www.atlantictiltload.com/ Visit: CTMP For All Upcoming Events https://canadiantiremotorsportpark.com/ Visit: SiriusXM Ch 167 https://www.siriusxm.ca/channels/canada-talks/ Plus: Join Us Weekly Sunday Nights Live on RTR Live Stream at 7:00 pm ET with Open Phone Lines: 1-519-371-3462 or on SiriusXM 167 at 7 pm ET `````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````
Today we talk with Langille of @3playercoop to talk about sports. Is wrestling a sport? Are there too many leagues? What is going on in the competitive gaming and why are people betting on computer vs computer matches? Check out Langille at: You can find us at You can donate to us at:
It's Monday so that means it's time for another round of #FallEpisodeDrop! Come and listen to Karly and Zach chat White Burgess, discuss how Law & Order betrayed them (again...sigh), and go through this seminal decision about Expert Evidence. Legal Listening - Where Audio Obiter is Our Thing! Link to decision: https://www.canlii.org/en/ca/scc/doc/2015/2015scc23/2015scc23.html?searchUrlHash=AAAAAQALMjAxNSBTQ0MgMjMAAAAAAQ&resultIndex=1 Check us out at legallistening.com, look for us on CanLii Connects, find us on twitter @legallistening or email us at email@example.com While you're here, check out our team! Julie Lundy: https://www.julielundyart.com/ Rad & Kel: https://www.radandkell.com/ Remember we're always looking for guest readers to come on the podcast. Have a decision you love? Want to see it recorded? Reach out!
Chris Langille, founder of Advisor Evolved, ripped off an amazing Twitter storm a few days ago breaking down exactly what he would do if he were to start an insurance agency today. This fast-paced breakdown of agency life is going to push some boundaries of what we expect independent insurance agencies to look like but rings true for what's to come. Get more: https://ryanhanley.com
Chris Langille, founder of Advisor Evolved, ripped off an amazing Twitter storm a few days ago breaking down exactly what he would do if he were to start an insurance agency today. This fast-paced breakdown of agency life is going to push some boundaries of what we expect independent insurance agencies to look like but rings true for what's to come. Get more: https://ryanhanley.com
In this episode of The Power Producers Podcast, David Carothers and co-host Kyle Houck interview Chris Langille, Founder of Advisor Evolved. Chris talks about website development, the importance of SEO and pay-per-click, knowing the entire process from top to bottom in doing niche marketing, and the importance of having a VA in the organization.
For this first ever episode of the 5à7 Podcast, I (food journalist and host Amie Watson) spoke with Chef Aaron Langille of Le Diplomate restaurant in Montreal over a glass of natural wine. Except it’s COVID-19 times, so it’s virtual. The video podcast and audio-only podcast are below! Here’s the audio podcast: SUBSCRIBE Video: iTunes | YouTube Audio: […]
Interview with Bradley Langille, President & CEO of Gold Producer, GoGold Resources (TSX:GGD)This is a Mexican gold and silver play with plenty to be excited about.GoGold Resources Inc. is a Canadian-based silver and gold producer with projects in Mexico. The management has experience building, buying and selling mines. The team has built three mines, and is developed a fourth in Mexico, over the last 24 years. GoGold Resources has one project generating cash flow, the Parral Tailings Project, in addition to its recently acquired Mexican exploration play, Los Ricos. Langille thinks the project in Mexico is one of the very best remaining undeveloped trends in the jurisdiction. Historically, the management team has raised over C$800M equity and C$200M debt for their projects. The management team appears to be decisive and does what it says it will do.Langille starts by talking about what all investors want to know: how is COVID-19 affecting the business? It has certainly changed the way that GoGold Resources is operating though. Sanitation is the order of the day, but are these new WHO protocols anything more than a mild inconvenience? Langille says they aren't. It is business as usual. Langille thinks these current market conditions are simply a broad-based sell-off. Investors are selling anything that isn't nailed down. Langille thinks the quantitative easing that governments around the world are currently engaging in has historically always been good for gold and other precious metals companies. Parral is currently generating around US$700,000 per month, and GoGold Resources has around US$20M in the bank and is owed US$11.5M from the Mexican government. GoGold's US$25M financing at the end of February looks like a great deal given current market conditions; raising capital at today's rates would be far from ideal. The balance sheet looks strong, and Langille is confident GoGold Resources' share price will bounce back once COVID-19 comes under some sort of control. Operational figures have been impressive, and other than a delay in delivering its 43-101 (now due in May), things appear to be running smoothly.At Los Ricos, GoGold is currently undertaking a 10,000m diamond drilling program of HQ size core in conjunction with a field program of geological mapping, sampling and trenching on the property. This has recently increased from 2 drill rigs to 6. The focus is on the southern end of the 35km trend. Work is also underway at a separate project 20km North. Deals have been sealed to secure GoGold's control of the Resource. A drill hole in the northern structure has demonstrated 24m @ 27g/t gold, and Langille claims there are plenty more. Langille believes Los Ricos South will have a Resource size of around 1Moz gold equivalent, but the earlier stage Northern project has the potential to be even larger.In terms of timeline, Los Ricos North is about a year behind Los Ricos South. Los Ricos South should have a gold Resource delivered on it in the near future. If investors base their economic assessment around the "anchor" of 1Moz gold equivalent at Los Ricos South, without even factoring in the potential of the north and the existing cash flow at Parral, GoGold Resources is shaping up to be a strong player in the gold space.Institutional investors have bought into the holistic business model: a solid producer at one end, with a secure, an expandable resource at Los Ricos South and cash flow from Parral, and the excitement and risk of exploration at Los Ricos North at the other end. This looks like a tempting package, but what do you think? Company page: https://gogoldresources.com/Make smarter investment decisions, subscribe here: https://www.cruxinvestor.comFor FREE unbiased investment information, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook:https://twitter.com/cruxinvestorhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/crux...https://www.facebook.com/cruxinvestorTake advantage, hear it here first: https://www.youtube.com/CRUXinvestor
In today’s episode of Agents Influence, host Jason Cass has a discussion with Chris Langille, Founder of Advisor Evolved and Insurance Website Developer. Chris Langille talks about the new product offerings that are coming from Advisor Evolved, the problems with relying on word-of-mouth marketing, qualitative return-on-investment versus quantitative return-on-investment, and the power of Advisor Evolved websites.
Interview with Bradley Langille, President & CEO of Gold Producer, GoGold Resources (TSX:GGD)Gold has enjoyed a particularly successful year, with spot prices rising from £32.62/g to a peak of £41.09/g in September. Gold sits at £36.77/g today. Silver has endured, in classic fashion, a more tumultuous year rising from £0.39/g to a peak of 0.51/g in September, before plummeting back down and eventually stabilising at the current price of £0.43/g.GoGold Resources Inc. is a Canadian-based silver and gold producer with projects in Mexico. They are builders, buyers and sellers of mines. GoGold has vast experience to inspire confidence in any prospective shareholders, building three mine and developing a fourth in Mexico within the last 23 years. They have also raised over $800m equity; these facts exemplify Lagille's statement: "we get them (our projects) done."GoGold Resources has two assets: the recently acquired exploration property, Los Ricos, and the 141 hectare Parral Tailings Project. The tailings site is host to 21.3 million tonnes of tailings left over from 340 years of mining operations, and GoGold Resources has reported record silver production for the quarter to September 30 of 580,711 silver-equivalent ounces due to strong production levels. The tailings site provides strong cash flow and there is no sign of the need for any dilution because fundraising is unnecessary at present: the company has plenty of capital.Los Ricos is a 35km structure, and on March 25, 2019, GoGold acquired the rights to an agreement which provides the option to acquire 100% of the concessions of the project. Langille feels the site has the potential to produce "millions of ounces," and is looking to continue developing the project keeping all future options on the table. Langille emphasises a non-linear business model, which can adapt to all manner of market activity. The project is currently at a very early stage, but Langille thinks it is "the best thing he's hit in 20 years."The share price is pleasing investors universally, and GoGold looks an exciting prospect to be involved with.Company page: https://gogoldresources.com/Make smarter investment decisions, subscribe here: https://www.cruxinvestor.comFor FREE unbiased investment information, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook:https://twitter.com/cruxinvestorhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/crux-investor/https://www.facebook.com/cruxinvestorTake advantage, hear it here first: https://www.youtube.com/CRUXinvestor
Aaron has been diving deep the various aspects of "Teaching as Performance" that he discovered while in his role as a university professor at Laurentian University. That being said, he believes that his 6 strategies can be used in multiple pedagogy roles! Wether you are a new teacher, veteran teacher, professor, guidance councillor, EdTech Coach, etc. you definitely want to take notes.... https://ctlt.ubc.ca/2019/10/30/teaching-as-performance/
In today’s episode of Agents Influence, host Jason Cass interviews guest Chris Langille, Founder of Advisor Evolved, an insurance website development company. Chris talks about the work he is doing with Advisor Evolved, issues between insurance agents and technology, and the overwhelming fragmentation of information.
TPC to the power of 4 is always the right answer for any math equation, and this week, that is what we have for you, TPC with all for hosts! This week is more of a round table than a specific news topic, but we all discuss our thoughts on topics and go off the rails, you know, classic TPC stuff. Enjoy this episode, sorry it’s late, Langille’s Big Mac wasn’t upsized or something.
Coming up this week on the show, Langille gives us a friendly reminder, how 25 people were working for a fake gaming company. Ninja is now exclusive to Mixer and the impact thus far. Destiny 2- Shadowkeep has been delayed. What happens now for Stadia’s golden child? And we discuss the recent info leak from E3. All this and more in TPC Episode 253, Ninja Got Mix(er)ed Up.
TPC returns from an extended hiatus due to Langille's coughing issues, now I Week 12. Topics include Madden 20 and NHL 20 thoughts, EA Access officially launching on PS4, updated thoughts on Google Stadia, the TPCFL Championship Finals between ShanesGaming and ThatWhiteFish, and Susan has made a new friend! All this and more in TPC 252, The Return of TPC
Ontario's provincial government has announced sweeping cuts to funding for public education. People across the province are mobilizing to stop the attacks on our schools. The Socialist Project's Action Keele campaign recently hosted a community meeting that brought together students, teachers, parents, and school support staff to talk about how we might organize a response to the cuts. This Oats episode is based on the discussion that took place at that meeting. It features comments that were made at the meeting by the following people: - Jessica Polley (high school teacher in the Toronto District School Board) - Jonah Gindin (organizer with the West End Parents for Public Education) - Helen Victoros (executive member of the Elementary Teachers of Toronto) - Amina Vance (organizer with Students Say No) - John Weatherup (president of CUPE 4400) Article mentioned in the episode: (http://tiny.cc/uam36y) -Greg Albo, “Democratic Citizenship and the Future of Public Management,” in G. Albo, D. Langille and L. Panitch, eds., A Different Kind of State? Popular Power and Democratic Administration (Toronto: Oxford University Press 1993). If you're looking to get involved in the struggle against the cuts, you might be interested in joining the school "walk-ins" planned for June 6th. More information available here: https://linktr.ee/schoolwalkins
This week on the show, Dave is on assignment but Brian and Susan are back! We apologize for last week's "horsing around", answer listener questions and comments from Discord, talk about Susan's new role in the Xbox Community, why you should alway be careful what you post on social media because you just never know, give a mostly spoiler free review of the Borderlands 3 live reveal and we have a special guest join the show for a brief appearance. All this and much more in TPC 246, Lessons With Langille
This is an exciting episode for me because Dave was one of the key people that helped me through the decision process when I was considering my MBA, and I’m pumped to share some of his knowledge with you. Dave has an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering, a master’s in petroleum engineering and has over 10 years of work experience as a petroleum (reservoir) engineer. He talks about how doing an MBA is “finishing school for an engineer.” We talk about the EMBA program he completed in terms of the structure, and the value proposition of getting two MBAs (Queen’s and Cornell). Not only does this add a US component to the expansion of the network, it never hurts to have an Ivy league school on your transcript! We dive into my favourite topic and one of the most critical for the decision to take an MBA - opportunity costs. I’m glad another engineer came on the show to back-up Raphael (Episode 2), and Dave calls me out for “tech shaming.” Fair enough! Throughout the program, Dave tracked every hour he put into his MBA. At the end of the program, this ended up being about 21 hours per week on average. If you are thinking about an MBA, consider where the 21 hours a week are going to come from. What are your trade-offs going to be? This discussion is also a great follow up to the previous episode on the cost, because we really get into the value and investment: • How much of the return on investment is real and how much of it is intangible? • The often vague the correlation between career progression and completing an MBA can be in the first few years. However, we do agree that it is directly correlated to your performance. Some other highlights from the episode: • Dave talks about the three questions you will likely be asked, especially in an EMBA: Where’d you do it? Why’d you do it? And who paid for it? • The 5 major things Dave got out of his EMBA • We explore the idea of creating your own MBA • Why Dave is an advocate for having more work experience before doing an EMBA. Finally, some of the best advice from Dave when considering an MBA is to think about these 2 questions: 1) Why you are doing it and 2) What is the end game? A huge thanks to Dave for being on the show and sharing some of his wisdom. Talking with Dave was extremely helpful for me when I was going through the decision process, and it’s great to have some of these thoughts out on TheBREWCAST for you to listen to as well. Enjoy the show!
PRODUCING LIVE NETWORK NEWS Sean Langille is the producer for Fox News at Night with Shannon Bream. Sean and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli discuss how Sean produces a live tv news show, citizen journalism, the 2020 election, fake news and so much more. Subscribe Now! What you will learn in this episode Producing live network news The responsibility of a news producer How twitter has become the current news wire The value of citizen journalism The fake news phenomenon How to make money as a citizen journalist How to detect a bias in your news What to expect from the 2020 election and much more The Go Creative Show is supported by: Premium Beat Rule Boston Camera Hedge Shutterstock Magnanimous Rentals PremiumBeat.com Song of the Week Kickstarter by Eternity Bro Subscribe + Follow Go Creative Show Twitter Facebook Apple Podcasts Stitcher Google Play Podcasts iHeart Radio Follow Our Guest Sean Langille on Twitter Follow Ben Consoli BC Media Productions BenConsoli.com Twitter Instagram Follow Matt Russell Gain Structure Sound Twitter
This week we have questions from Discord, discuss the change over from 3 Player Co-Op to TPC, talk about issues with Madden that is driving Langille crazy, review Crackdown 3 and we discuss Anthem so far, what we like, what we don’t (And we don’t give spoilers) All this and more in TPC Podcast 242, 5… No, 3.
In this episode of voices in art i sat down with conductor and performer Elijah Langille. We discussed some of the formative experiences he had early in his career, his time spent working with world class conductors and his current work conducting the New Bedford High School Orchestra as well as the Christ Church Chamber Orchestra.
We were busy throwing a podcast meet up for PodcastNH and didn't have time to record a new episode, so catch up with a great Thanksgiving themes episode with Langile for WTF. Episode Description: In their first ever Thanksgiving Episode Pepin and Meader have on their Canadian Friend and fellow podcaster Langille to talk about Traditions. Old traditions, new traditions, and tons of theft, this episode is just full of cross-cultural education and laughter. Check out Langille on his podcasts: What's the Finish: 3-Player Co-op: You can find us at: You can donate to keep the show going at:
Chef Adin Langille and Meaghan discuss Adin's personal mission to bring good energy, creativity, and love to people through a plate of food. Owner of Bowl and Blade in Brooklyn, New York, Adin Langille discusses his early passions for working in the kitchen and his commitment developing the necessary skills throughout most of his life to follow and thrive at his purpose. He also touches on the levels of frustration and discontent he needed to experience before he finally decided to start his own business. Adin is funny, wise, and just a joy to listen to as speaks to both the challenges and joys that has encountered on his authentic path. Website | bowlandblade.comAddress | 169 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217Instagram | @adinlangilleJoin us on Instagram!AV | @authentic_voicesAna | @anapenuelas_Wendy | @wendy_spiritMeaghan | @meaghanoherron
Coming up this week on what’s the finish Next time you pay 1.4 million dollars for something, you may want to insure it Absolute chaos in Vegas Saturday night as Khabib finished McGregor and all hell broke loose. Langille has big news in the Maritime Wrestling Scene The musical story proves nothing beats the old classic “Boot to the head” And we are joined in studio, representing the Moncton Walk to Remember, Amy Boljkovac is here. Check out our audience survey and make our shows better! http://bit.ly/TPCNetworkSurvey Brought to you by: Brace and SonEnterprises + The Comic Hunter http://www.comichunter.net and Spin-It Records & Video http://www.spin-itrecords.ca also IHW Wrestling http://www.ihw.ca plus Opposuits Canada: http://bit.ly/2sjdF8u US: http://bit.ly/2uieWOm UK: http://bit.ly/2sF6A1r Brace and Son Enterprises Finally ShareASale http://bit.ly/2tKi204 A TPC Network podcast http://www.tpcnetwork.com Check out our special sponsor, Shirt Punch at https://www.shirtpunch.com, Shirtpunch is your home for the best Pop Culture and Fandom T-shirts and toys in the world. New shirts - every day - only $10 Follow us on Twitter: @rschriscole @langille @whatsthefinish
In 2017 we were joined by Bernie Langille Jr. who had been investigating the bizarre circumstances that surround the death of the man he was named after, his grandfather Bernie Langille. When we last met, Bernie had not only been searching for more information on his grandfather's death, but also looking to simply confirm that the unbelievable story being passed down through his family was true. Thanks to a headscratching coincidence, the work we did in part one provided Bernie with everything he was looking for. In this follow up episode, Bernie will return to discuss what he learned about his grandfather's death thanks to Larry's folder. Contact: Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Email: NightTimePodcast@gmail.com Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcast Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
*This episode was originally released Jan 2017* In February of 1968, Cpl. Bernard Langille's young life comes to an end after a bizarre series of events that start at the Gagetown Military Base in New Brunswick, and end with his mysterious death in the Victoria General Hospital in Halifax. In this episode, I am joined by Cpl. Langille's grandson, and namesake, Bernie Langille who has taken the lead in his family's fifty year pursuit for both justice and the facts related to this strange story. Contact: Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Email: NightTimePodcast@gmail.com Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcast Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jennifer Langille has been living and offroading in a Jeep, photographing and interviewing those impacted by cancer and finding parallels between the landscape she experiences on the road and the landscape navigated by those impacted by cancer. For Jennifer, you’ll hear that things came together over a couple of years, culminating with her decision to live and offroad in her Jeep for long stints at a time, and it’s this life on the road that has not only allowed her project to take place, but her perspective as a traveler has enriched the photography work she’s doing now. In this episode, you’ll hear: Why Jennifer decided to live out of her Jeep for her project, Photos That Unite How she got involved with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation The two experiences that showed her she could live full time on the road How Jennifer finds people to interview for her project Jennifer’s thoughts on the power of story-telling, especially tough stories The loneliness of being a cancer patient Jennifer’s insights on the parallels between wildfires and navigating cancer How Jennifer practices self care on the road About the book Jennifer is creating as a result of this project How this project has impacted her perception of doing things your own way Resources mentioned in this episode: Photos That Unite Learn how to support Jennifer’s book Follow Jennifer on Instagram - @jennifer.langille Jennifer’s portfolio site Breast Cancer Research Foundation Come see us in Taos at our first Women On The Road Gathering with Vanlife Diaries! Join the Women On The Road Podcast Facebook group Sponsor Websites & Codes Deuter Enjoy this episode? Rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen. It’ll help other people find us. You can also share this podcast with a friend. Thank you for your support! Episodes air weekly on Fridays-- subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. Follow along with Laura Hughes on Instagram (@howsheviewsit) and see more of her work through her website, How She Views It. Music is by Drew Barefoot. Music is also by Josh Woodward and Hyson via Free Music Archive using a CC by A license. WOTR podcast cover artwork designed by Dani Opal.
Coming up this week on What's The Finish? It's been a slow news week, Langille isn't with us tonight, Chris has a story pop up and turns James Woods into a musical story, and we are joined in studio by Luke and Jarrod from Cajmando Guitar. Check out our audience survey and make our shows better! http://bit.ly/TPCNetworkSurvey Brought to you by: The Comic Hunter http://www.comichunter.net and Spin-It Records & Video http://www.spin-itrecords.ca also IHW Wrestling http://www.ihw.ca plus Opposuits Canada: http://bit.ly/2sjdF8u US: http://bit.ly/2uieWOm UK: http://bit.ly/2sF6A1r Finally ShareASale http://bit.ly/2tKi204 A TPC Network podcast http://www.tpcnetwork.com Check out our special sponsor, Shirt Punch at https://www.shirtpunch.com, Shirtpunch is your home for the best Pop Culture and Fandom T-shirts and toys in the world. New shirts - every day - only $10 Follow us on Twitter: @rschriscole @langille @whatsthefinish
It's been a while since we've been here, but we are back. Langille discusses where the show has been for the last 5 weeks, how to bring the season recaps to the podcast, where we are as far as the season goes, plans for future seasons, and we sit down and talk with Meader, the voice of the TPCFL to discuss his involvement with the league and how he got into broadcasting the TPCFL game. All this and more in TPCFL First and 10, The Return. Follow us on Twitter - @tpcfl Website: http://tpcfl.com
Coming up on the show this week, Langille and Kivstyle discuss the statistical differences in Season 2, some of which may surprise you. We look at the future of the league and what is now officially happening for Season 3. TPCFL now has a full time broadcaster, we introduce you to the new voice of the TPCFL, Meader, and we recap the scores for Weeks 2, 3 and 4. Follow us on Twitter - @tpcfl Website: http://www.tpcfl.com
Langille and Kivstyle are back for Season 2 baby! We discuss the change from Arcade to Sim, changes we have noticed so far, what the future holds for the league and we recap the scores for Week 1. Follow us on Twitter - @tpcfl Website: http://tpcfl.tpcgaming.com
Coming UpGood Evening: 00:00:41C.R. Langille’s Kathy Loves Kittens (Tales to Terrify Original) as read by Jonathan Danz: 00:03:31Pleasant Dreams: 01:03:57Pertinent LinksThe District of Wonders Network Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/districtofwondersC.R. Langille: http://www.crlangille.com/Jonathan Danz: http://www.jonathandanz.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
G.N.A. Minisode, Join Cecil and interview one of the hosts of Three Player Co-op, Langille, and we get to know him better. Find out what makes Langille tick. Not really tick. TPC is coming up on their 200th Episode early 2018. Listen in and check them out @TPCPodcast on twitter and www.tpcgaming.com Get at us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. @gnapodcast for the twits. Please rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes and we'll give you a shoutout! While your at it though, shout us out to your friends.
Last Friday night in Moncton, IHW Champion Titus savagely attacked Langille with a steel chair, and as a result of that attack and those injuries, Langille was unable and unavailable to record this week. Check out our audience survey and make our shows better! http://bit.ly/TPCNetworkSurvey Brought to you by: The Comic Hunter http://www.comichunter.net and Spin-It Records & Video http://www.spin-itrecords.ca also IHW Wrestling http://www.ihw.ca plus Opposuits Canada: http://bit.ly/2sjdF8u US: http://bit.ly/2uieWOm UK: http://bit.ly/2sF6A1r Finally ShareASale http://bit.ly/2tKi204 A TPC Network podcast http://www.tpcnetwork.com Follow us on Twitter: @rschriscole @langille @whatsthefinish
Alex has a problem with radio ga-ga Ric Flair has given us 10,000 reasons to say TMI Chris has a weird news story that's super crappy Chris' Musical Story is all about teeth and we are joined in studio by special guest co-host, 3 time Music NB 2017 Award nominee, From Mojo and the Divorcees, Mr. Alex Madsen AND, our musical guest, friend of the show and also 3 time Music NB 2017 Award nominee, Mr. Jared Lutes. And, we'll leave you asking "Where's Langille" for the rest of the week. Follow us on Twitter: @rschriscole @langille @whatsthefinish Direct: http://bit.ly/wtf_Ep130 Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2vhy8zt Google Play: http://bit.ly/2b50mjL Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2cKmHDj Player FM: https://player.fm/series/whats-the-finish TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Whats-The-Finish-p830603/ Stream: http://www.whatsthefinish.ca and http://www.tpcnetwork.com/podcasts A TPC Network Podcast Check out our audience survey from Podtrac Inc and make our shows better! http://bit.ly/TPCNetworkSurvey Brought to you by: The Comic Hunter (Moncton) & The Comic Hunter Charlottetown http://www.comichunter.net and Spin-It Records & Video http://www.spin-itrecords.ca also Innovative Hybrid Wrestling http://www.ihw.ca plus Opposuits Canada: http://bit.ly/2sjdF8u US: http://bit.ly/2uieWOm UK: http://bit.ly/2sF6A1r Finally ShareASale http://bit.ly/2tKi204 Proud members of Music / Musique NB Proud members of SOCAN Music Proud members of East Coast Music Association (ECMA) Proud supporters of East Coast Comic Expo Check out #PirateRadio on C103 with Crawdaddy and Dude every Saturday from 9-11pm Atlantic 103.1FM locally or stream at C103.com We are a member of Apple Podcasts #TryPod #PodernFamily Follow us on Twitter: @rschriscole @langille @whatsthefinish
Langille and Rockstar are back and joined by Maritime wrestling’s busiest ring announcer, Dave “The Voice” Boyce with a second episode this week as they remember the life and career of the late, great Bobby “The Brain” Heenan. Opening Bobby Heenan quote provided by Charlottetown’s Charlie Williams (quote from WWF Prime Time Wrestling in October 29, 1990) Follow us on Twitter: @rschriscole @langille @whatsthefinish Direct: http://bit.ly/wtf_heenan_special Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/2vhy8zt Google Play: http://bit.ly/2b50mjL Stitcher: http://bit.ly/2cKmHDj Player FM: https://player.fm/series/whats-the-finish TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Whats-The-Finish-p830603/ Stream: http://www.whatsthefinish.ca and http://www.tpcnetwork.com/podcasts A TPC Network Podcast Check out our audience survey from Podtrac Inc and make our shows better! http://bit.ly/TPCNetworkSurvey Brought to you by: The Comic Hunter (Moncton) & The Comic Hunter Charlottetown http://www.comichunter.net and Spin-It Records & Video http://www.spin-itrecords.ca also Innovative Hybrid Wrestling http://www.ihw.ca plus Opposuits Canada: http://bit.ly/2sjdF8u US: http://bit.ly/2uieWOm UK: http://bit.ly/2sF6A1r Finally ShareASale http://bit.ly/2tKi204 Proud members of Music / Musique NB Proud members of SOCAN Music Proud members of East Coast Music Association (ECMA) Proud supporters of East Coast Comic Expo Check out #PirateRadio on C103 with Crawdaddy and Dude every Saturday from 9-11pm Atlantic 103.1FM locally or stream at C103.com We are a member of Apple Podcasts #TryPod #PodernFamily Follow us on Twitter: @rschriscole @langille @whatsthefinish
Have you been reluctant to go all in on marketing because of the expense? In this episode of Agency Nation Radio, Chris Langille helps us understand the cost of customer acquisition. Get more Agency Nation Radio here.
In their first ever Thanksgiving Episode Pepin and Meader have on their Canadian Friend and fellow podcaster Langille to talk about Traditions. Old traditions, new traditions, and tons of theft, this episode is just full of cross-cultural education and laughter.Check out Langille on his podcasts:What's the Finish: http://www.whatsthefinish.ca/3-Player Co-op: https://www.facebook.com/3playercoop?fref=ts