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Since the first pediatric Pfizer vaccines landed in Canada last weekend, provinces have been moving fast to get them into arms. Children got their first jabs in Ontario on Tuesday; more kids started being vaccinated in Quebec, Manitoba and Saskatchewan on Wednesday; and the rollout continues to expand. Today we're joined by Dr. Fatima Kakkar, an infectious diseases pediatrician at the research centre of the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Sainte-Justine and an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the Université de Montréal. She breaks down what's happening with these shots, how they work on kids and what to expect from the rollout.
Welcome to another episode of Believing the Bizarre. This week we head up north - even more north than Ohio! We find ourselves in Manitoba, Canada, and the topic is UFOs. Back in 1975 and 1976, Manitoba experienced a consistent and playful red orb that became known as Charlie Red Star. Apparently, thousands of residents, from law enforcement to pilots, witnessed this UFO phenomenon. But, how believable is it? Listen now. Support Believing the Bizarre and get tons of extra content by joining our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/believingthebizarre For updates and extra content, follow Believing the Bizarre on social media: https://www.instagram.com/believingthebizarre/ https://www.facebook.com/believingthebizarre/ You can rep Believing the Bizarre and buy some unique merch here: https://believing-the-bizarre.creator-spring.com/
this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Leo Flores, Latin America Campaign Coordinator at CODEPINK to discuss Venezuela's mega elections and the victory of Nicolas Maduro's government, the opposition's participation in the elections, the truth about the narrative of an uneven playing field in the elections, and the pressing issues facing Venezuela in the context of the pandemic and continued antagonism from the US.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Radhika Desai, a Professor at the University of Manitoba and Director of the Geopolitical Economy Research Group to discuss the repeal of farm laws in India that threatened to increase the domination of corporate control of agriculture and undermine small farmers, the still unmet demand that the farmers have vowed to continue to push for, how the farmers movement's show of opposition and agitation has shifted the tides in Indian politics, and the role the US has in propping up the Modi government.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Ari Theresa, Civil Rights Attorney with specialty in land use to discuss the Washington, DC government and nonprofit housing developer placing people in unlivable conditions in properties with serious safety issues, how nonprofits and the District government interact with Black communities, and the difficulty in keeping nonprofits and the DC government accountable.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Eleanor Goldfield, a creative activist, journalist, co-host of the Common Censored podcast with Lee Camp and the filmmaker behind the documentary “Hard Road of Hope” to discuss the Ahmaud Arbery and Kyle Rittenhouse trials and the maintenance of white supremacist order, the failures that contributed to the Astroworld tragedy and what the concert producers knew before it happened, the interaction between race and class in the struggle for liberation, and the lip service paid to social justice movements by corporations as they push oppression further.
In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Radhika Desai, a Professor at the University of Manitoba and Director of the Geopolitical Economy Research Group to discuss the repeal of farm laws in India that threatened to increase the domination of corporate control of agriculture and undermine small farmers, the still unmet demand that the farmers have vowed to continue to push for, how the farmers movement's show of opposition and agitation has shifted the tides in Indian politics, and the role the US has in propping up the Modi government.
If you know Winnipeg, Manitoba, the thought of that city producing an instrumental psychedelic jazz infused rock band is pretty crazy. Located in central Canada, Winnipeg is generally known for two things; cold winters and buggy summers. It was where Neil Young got his start and where The Guess Who began their iconic careers but those are rock artists, not Psychadelic Jam Bands. So when I heard that ostensibly a Jam Band born out of the tundra of Winnipeg were releasing their third EP A Relationship of Force on Color Red November 26th, obviously I to reach out to get the low down on the band and their music. Fortunately frontman and guitar player Ed Durocher and drummer Glenn Radley obliged and were eager to talk Apollo Suns. First song: Study in Red Second song: Dark Night See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In early August, Ontario announced that sports and clubs for students could resume, with COVID-19 precautions in place. But since kids have returned to their classrooms, that hasn't entirely happened. To provide some insights, we invite Dean Kriellaars, associate professor in the University of Manitoba's Department of Physical Therapy at the College of Rehabilitation Sciences; Michelle Lange, athletic coordinator for Thames Valley Regional Athletics; George Kourtis, Health & Physical Ed/Athletics/Wellness, program co-ordinator for the Toronto District School Board. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Historic floods and mudslides stranded thousands of drivers in Hope, B.C., this past week, including truckers carrying important goods. Smaller vehicle drivers were offered a way out yesterday after the highway from Hope to Metro Vancouver reopened, but truckers were forced to stay put as their vehicles were too big to make it safely across. We speak to trucker Peter Sandhu about his experience waiting for assistance; and Barry Prentice, professor of supply chain management at the University of Manitoba, about the effect B.C.'s infrastructure collapse could have on Canada's supply chain.
The sun is setting on the rooftops of fabled Delta Waterfowl Research Station across the road, and gregarious Canada goose flocks are trading along the sprawling shores of Lake Manitoba when Ramsey Russell meets with Jim Leafloor, Head of Aquatic Unit for the Canadian Wildlife Service. Responsible for all migratory gamebird management activities throughout Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, Leafloor's team also oversees arctic goose banding programs. A lifelong waterfowl hunter himself, Leafloor covers pertinent, must-hear migratory waterfowl management topics from the Mississippi Flyway headwaters. How'd Leafloor begin waterfowl hunting, what lead to his interest in becoming a waterfowl biologist? How are Canadian bag limits determined and why are they more generous than in the Unjted States? What drives harvest rates, how are harvest rates determined and do spinning-winged decoys detrimentally increase harvest? Why were pintail limits increased from 4 to 8 daily throughout Prairie Canada? What happened when mallard bag limits were lowered in Canada last time? How might prevailing drought conditions affect Canadian duck bag limits in upcoming seasons--and what other important factors are now considered? What proposed modernizations to Migratory Bird regulations could effect waterfowl hunters, why were they proposed? Is there really a new spring hunting season for Canada geese in Manitoba? In a world awash with misinformation derived from intentional bureaucratic obscurity and online armchair quarterback conjecture, it's sobering to hear it explained straight from the top and backed by scientific data. You do not want to miss this episode. Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells Benelli Shotguns Kanati Waterfowl Taxidermy Mojo Outdoors Tom Beckbe Flash Back Decoys GetDucks USHuntList It's really duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences all year long: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell firstname.lastname@example.org
“The village of Mountain in Pembina County is the center of a sizable Icelandic community,” writes Father Bill Sherman in his classic study, Prairie Mosaic. The settlement in North Dakota spun off from the colony of Gimli, in Manitoba, and comprised not only Mountain but also Hallson and Gardar. Mountain, however, was a cultural center.
Following an abnormally mild fall, winter temps and regional snowfall are triggering an abrupt change on the Canadian prairies. Dr. Scott Stephens shares insights on recent weather systems that dropped up to 20” of snow in parts of Manitoba and are certain to usher south any waterfowl that remain in Canada. Does this change the outlook for the prairie drought and what should U.S. hunters expect as they head afield? Join us for perhaps our last discussion with Scott for this season. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
The lessons from dealing with international flights and going to an NHL game in an era of Covid. Plus just how much of the misinformation being peddled about Covid is being believed - you might be surprised. And, the old hometown, Churchill Manitoba gets special treatment from the NY Times.
Heather Stefanson is the first woman to be premier in the history of Manitoba, after winning the Progressive Conservative leadership race after the departure of Brian Pallister. But her victory is being challenged by runner-up Shelly Glover, who says there were irregularities in the vote and she is the rightful premier. Winnipeg Sun columnist Josh Aldrich joins Dave Breakenridge to discuss some of the problems with the leadership vote, why Glover feels she has won, and what Stefanson's first priorities will be as premier. Background reading: Two people think they're the rightful premier of Manitoba, and the PCs have themselves to blame Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marcia Anderson, MD, is Cree-Anishinaabe whose roots go back to the Norway House Cree Nation and Peguis First Nation in Manitoba. She graduated with her M.D. from the University of Manitoba in 2002 and has since served in a variety of leadership roles, including as head of the Section of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Health; medical officer of health for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority; a past president of the Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada and executive director, Indigenous academic affairs, Ongomiizwin-Indigenous Institute of Health and Healing.As a medical resident, Dr. Anderson found the opportunity to connect with her cultural identity through experiences with healthcare for indigenous peoples. This journey also showed her firsthand the racism that is systemic in healthcare and how it can have marginalizing and even life-threatening effects on minority peoples. Dr. Anderson shares with the Center Stage audience her efforts to combat discrimination against and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion for indigenous peoples, their knowledge, and their traditions. She also challenges us to think about our biases and make ourselves uncomfortable in the pursuit of inclusiveness in our organizations and communities. Dr. Anderson is an advocate, researcher, and leader in the areas of Indigenous health, primary health care, and medical education. In 2016, she presented a TED Talk on Indigenous Knowledge to Close Gaps in Indigenous Health. In 2018, she was named as one of Canada's 100 Most Powerful Women by Women's Executive Network.
In the first segment of this episode, Host Tiokasin Ghosthorse welcomes back Vince Fontaine. Vince (Anishinaabe) has been at the forefront of Indigenous music making in Canada for more than 30 years. Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Vince is the JUNO Award-winning founder of First Nations rock icons Eagle & Hawk. He is the founder and band leader of the Winnipeg folk-pop collective Indian City. Tiokasin talks with Vince about Indian City's 4th album, CODE RED, which was released on November 3rd. Vince says, "Code Red became a much-used term in 2020, expressing a state of global health emergency during the pandemic; however, in the Indigenous world there has been an ongoing series of Code Reds for decades, if not centuries. This is where the concept and themes for the album emerged." Indian City is on social media (Facebook, Instagram and YouTube). http://indiancity.ca/In the second segment, Tiokasin speaks with Craig "Santi" Santiago. Santi is an international touring musician and visual artist. When he's not in the recording studio, Santi can be found hiking in the Catskill Mountains and beyond. Santi has shown his visual art in numerous art galleries. He has toured internationally and state side. He has a new record out under his name, titled "Heavy Like Feather."Production Credits:Tiokasin Ghosthorse (Lakota), Host and Executive ProducerLiz Hill (Red Lake Ojibwe), ProducerMalcolm Burn, Studio Engineer, Radio Kingston, WKNY 1490 AM and 107.9 FM, Kingston, NYTiokasin Ghosthorse, Audio EditorMusic and Selections:1. Song Title: Tahi Roots Mix (First Voices Radio Theme Song)Artist: Moana and the Moa HuntersCD: Tahi (1993)Label: Southside Records (Australia and New Zealand)(00:00:44)2. Song Title: Star PeopleArtist: Indian CityCD: Code Red (November 2021)Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:06:35)3. Song Title: Code RedArtist: Indian CityCD: Code Red (November 2021)Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:12: 30)4. Song Title: StorytellerArtist: Indian CityCD: Code Red (November 2021)Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:27:00)5. Song Title: Another Long NightArtist: Craig SantiagoCD: Light Like Feather (2021)Label: Craig Santiago(00:47:50)6. Song Title: Walk Around the WorldArtist: Indian CityCD: Code Red (November 2021)Label: Rising Sun Productions, Inc., Winnipeg, Manitoba(00:54:27)
Der Klimawandel hat auch die Eisbärenhauptstadt Churchill im kanadischen Manitoba ereilt. Seit dem 19. Jahrhundert ist die Durchschnittstemperatur um zwei Grad gestiegen: Weil das Eis immer später kommt, hungern die Bären länger.
Churchill Canada bills itself as the Polar Bear Capitol of the World. Perched at the Northern tip of Manitoba… and pressed up against the Arctic Circle… the people of Churchill are pondering a problem. With not a single road leading back to the rest of the world… they depend on wealthy tourists to come see the bears… and leave their bucks behind. Tundra Buggies take them out on tours … --- Churchill is the place that polar bears wait for the ice to harden …. and as winter takes hold they lumber off onto the frozen sheet hunting for seals. In Churchill there's no great love for polar bears. When they're hungry… they're so dangerous last week trick-or-treaters in Churchill were followed by parents in cars… just in case of polar bear attack. The New York Times says… drivers take wide turns around corners… in Churchill … llest they plow into a polar bear. That's trouble enough but Churchill has a bigger problem and its climate change. Which is happening more quickly the farther north you go. Almost every Christmas we hear about a heatwave at the north pole and it's suddenly warmer than Utah up there. So the ice forms later and later each year. The bears get less time to hunt seals… and when their hungry they produce fewer cubs… So their population is dwindling. And Churchill wonders… how to lure the tourists? You can see the Northern Lights there… but that's true of any town up north. Churchillians are moving out. The town's thriving population of 5,000 is down to 800… and soon… thanks to climate change… the town that will soon by popalted not by its hardscrabble people… nor by majestic polar bears .. But only by ghosts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paul Conchâtre owns and operates Birdtail Waterfowl in Manitoba Canada, served as President of Manitoba Lodges and Outfitters Association for 10 years, and remains extremely active in Manitoba tourism. When he says, "I'm all in," what's he mean? How'd he get started, what were his influences? How does he distinguish his program as very best? What advice does he offer to hunters shopping for hunts, and to those considering guide or outfitting careers? How important is hunting tourism to Canada? What was the pandemic's economic impact to Canada--and how are returning hunters behaving differently? Fantastic episode that digs into what it's like to be truly "all in" as a guide or outfitter. Or anything else really. Podcast Sponsors: BOSS Shotshells Benelli Shotguns Kanati Waterfowl Taxidermy Mojo Outdoors Tom Beckbe Flash Back Decoys GetDucks USHuntList It's really duck season somewhere for 365 days per year. Follow Ramsey Russell's worldwide duck hunting adventures as he chases real duck hunting experiences all year long: Instagram @ramseyrussellgetducks YouTube @GetDucks Facebook @GetDucks.com Please subscribe, rate and review Duck Season Somewhere podcast. Share your favorite episodes with friends! Business inquiries and comments contact Ramsey Russell email@example.com
In this podcast episode, Greg Marchildon interviews Barry Ferguson on his new book, co-authored with fellow historian Robert Wardhaugh. The Rowell-Sirois Commission and the Remaking of Canadian Federalism was published by the University of British Columbia Press in 2021. This interview examines the origins of this significant Royal Commission, the way in which it was run by its staff, its tenuous relationship with some of the provinces and especially Premier Mitch Hepburn of Ontario and Premier Maurice Duplessis of Quebec. A member of the Department of History at the University of Manitoba for many years, Professor Ferguson has recently retired and lives on Vancouver Island. His co-author is Professor of History at Western University. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society's mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada's past.
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Fan of the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon)! What does autocracy look like? Is it a “strongman” rising in the shadows or can it be the ascent of a leader without a democratic mandate as well? We go to Manitoba where the new Premier was elected by just over 8,000 PC loyalists and questions linger around her legitimacy. Then, we head east to PEI for an update on the provinces mobile health units. Many of the questions we asked when the program was launched have now been presented by the PEI Liberals. How can we expect transparency on public private partnerships and ethics issues when the goal is to privatize healthcare? Before we go, CUPE Ontario President Fred Hahn joins us in the CUPE Ontario Union Hall for a look at the Ontario Federation of Labour's detailed plan to beat Doug Ford and create a better province for working people — on Election Day and beyond. https://twitter.com/Joe_Roberts01 (Follow Joe on Twitter) https://twitter.com/itsrodgermoran (Follow Rodger on Twitter) _________ Support this podcast
In this episode, Sharon speaks with Raphi Nussbaum about Angle Inlet, Minnesota, a tiny community in North America's Lake of the Woods. Angle Inlet is an exclave of American Territory that is entirely surrounded by water, Ontario, and Manitoba. Nestled in the Lake of the Woods, Angle Inlet is home to approximately 120 residents among 35 households. The exclave houses the last operating one-room schoolhouse in America, a post office, a customs office, and a humble cafe. Listen to learn more about how residents and tourists access this remote peninsula that shares no border with the contiguous United States. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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This Week's ShowSegment 1: Week in Review, Habs News, League NewsCheck out news Headlines posts every week day at http://allhabs.net/ (AllHabs.net). Roster news - Joel Edmundson has returned from Manitoba and is rehabbing in Montreal. Shea Weber visited with his teammates in Seattle. Jonathan Drouin caused a stir by being careless with his words. Montreal Canadiens issued a statement. Habs prospect report - Update on Ryan Poehling. Three habs prospects in top-10 scorers in the QMJHL. Be sure to read the content at AHL.report and check out https://www.thepresszone.fm/ (The Press Zone - Montreal). Montreal Canadiens identity: Goaltending. Hockey news and notes - On Thursday, Guy Lafleur was honored by the QMJHL who retired his No. 4 from the league. Segment 2: BIG Topic - Where Are They Hiding?With a 2-6-0 record, there is a lengthy list of issues with this year's edition of the Montreal Canadiens, but let's look at three key assets that have been underperforming to start the season. Segment 3: Have Your SayCanadiens upcoming events. Canadiens Connection Question of the Week. Launch of Movember campaign. https://movember.com/t/allhabs Listener's texts and emails. Canadiens Connection on Rocket Sports RadioCanadiens Connection is hosted by Rick Stephens (http://www.twitter.com/allhabs (@AllHabs)) with Amy Johnson (https://twitter.com/flyersrule (@FlyersRule)) and Chris G (https://twitter.com/chrishabs360 (@ChrisHabs360)). This talented team of credentialed journalists come together to share their valued insight. Canadiens Connection is a connection between fans, journalists, players, coaches, management to thoroughly discuss their favorite game in an informative, thought provoking, and entertaining way. Get the Canadiens Connection!Be sure to follow @habsconnection on https://twitter.com/HabsConnection (Twitter), https://www.facebook.com/habsconnection/ (Facebook), https://www.instagram.com/habsconnection/ (Instagram) Search for "Canadiens Connection" from Rocket Sports Radio on your favorite podcast app and subscribe! You can also listen to every episode on apps including: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/rocket-sports-radio/id1286574860?mt=2 (Apple Podcasts (iTunes)) https://open.spotify.com/show/2SHpmnrTsx8Jll1Yf99qAJ?si=mWDPeR2cSyKHzBvwXugTRw (Spotify) https://overcast.fm/itunes1286574860/rocket-sports-radio (Overcast) https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rocket-sports-radio (Stitcher) https://castbox.fm/channel/id3054454 (Castbox) https://pca.st/71oN (Pocket Casts) https://radiopublic.com/canadiens-connection-69AMww (RadioPublic) https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Rocket-Sports-Radio-p1039405/ (TuneIn) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuYmxvZ3RhbGtyYWRpby5jb20vcm9ja2V0c3BvcnRzL3BvZGNhc3Q (Google Podcasts) Share the Canadiens Connection on social media. And we would be grateful for your 5-star rating for the podcast! Support this podcast
It's SPOOKY season at The Calder Farmstead! C.C "Blackbeard" Hawkley and Sean "The Phantom" O'Brien haunt your hockey-loving minds with their first weekend preview of the 2021-22 AHL season! They talk Lehigh Valley (but of course), Rochester vs. Laval, Iowa vs. Manitoba, and San Diego vs. Tucson.It's AHL coverage so good...it's SCARY! MWAHAHAHAHA!
The pandemic ushered in a bike boom that has more people riding their bikes now than any time in the past few decades. On this episode, Ify and Trevor trade in office chairs for bike seats to discover the big moments people are facing on two wheels — whether they're riding bicycles, motorcycles, boda bodas or pedal-less mobility aids. The first step to bike riding is learning how. And at 36 years old, Shevani Kannee is ready to hit the streets of Montreal for her first ride ever. Cree and Sikh motorcycle enthusiast Bava Dhillon brought together riders from different faiths and backgrounds for a moving ride to a former residential school in Brandon, Manitoba. And how do you transport 30-foot ladders, table saws, and cans of paint to a construction site? Trevor joins Velo Renovation in Winnipeg to see how they use their bikes to get it done.
Indigenous-led conservation initiatives are being aided by the growing field of bioacoustics, with many communities around the world creating listening networks that monitor their lands and help them advocate for their conservation. We speak with two Indigenous leaders and scientists on this episode -- Stephanie Thorassie of the Seal River Watershed Alliance in Manitoba, and Angela Waupochick, a researcher of forested wetlands for Menominee Tribal Enterprises in Wisconsin -- about their projects and how bioacoustics techniques are aiding them. We hear sound clips of bears and birds shared by Waupochick and also Jeff Wells of the National Audubon Society, which partners with the Seal River Watershed Alliance to study the region's importance to wildlife toward establishing a new, 12-million-acre Indigenous Protected Area. Further reading: • ”Indigenous-managed lands found to harbor more biodiversity than protected areas” • Canada working towards new future for Indigenous-led conservation (Indigenous Protected Areas) Please invite your friends to subscribe to the Mongabay Newscast wherever they get podcasts, or download our free app in the Apple App Store or in the Google Store to get access to our latest episodes at your fingertips. If you enjoy the Newscast, please visit www.patreon.com/mongabay to pledge a dollar or more to keep the show growing, Mongabay is a nonprofit media outlet and all support helps! See all our latest news from nature's frontline at Mongabay's homepage: news.mongabay.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching for @mongabay. Episode artwork: Polar bears at the mouth of the Seal River. Photo by Jordan Melograna of the Indigenous Leadership Initiative. Please share your thoughts and ideas! email@example.com.
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THE INSOMNIA PROJECT - The Norway Maple EpisodeAll roads don't always begin with The Norway Maple but that is the tree that took us to many others. Along the way there was a detour to Manitoba and Ottawa and some points between. There was plenty to be said on lumberjacks and arborists who work in the city. From there we compared our favourite colours and how many blues are in the shade that Amanda's mom associates with her and Marco brings his current favourite scarf pattern and colours to the table. Sneak-peek: ● The Libby Library App, is it found all over the world or just in certain cities? Not sure if we ever get to the bottom of it. ● We go through the propagation cycle of the Manitoba Maple and how fascinating it truly is.● We delight talking about the charming Swiss Hotel in Ottawa, Ontario.● Wedding Colours, will Marco remember his?● A very thoughtful gift.● We literally talk about the word “litteraly”Host: Marco TimpanoCoHost: Amanda Barker Producers: Drumcast Productions Theme Music: Royalty FreeWant to get extra Insomnia Project content? Go to our Patreon page: www.patreon.com/theinsomniaprojectConnect with Us! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 113 – Halloween 2021 Special – Nightmare Fuel – House from Hell in Wolseley.Happy Halloween Everyone!! This week's episode is absolutely TERRIFYING! In a continuation from last week's interview, our guest Austin tells us of his experience the first week at his job……where you don't leave until the job is done! No matter what happens…no matter what he hears….he got the job done, all by himself at 3 am. Oh and previously the house was abandoned for approximately 20 years and it was evident something in the basement was very, very lonely and appreciated Austin's company.SPOILER ALERT – he did leave the house alive but it was an experience that he had never told anyone until he shared his ordeal with Jas and Sher, you Audio Curators. Music by Ruesche-Soundshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqXS...For more information on our podcast, or if you have a story to share or would like to just get in touch with us, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Reddit and TikTok! Show us the Ghost Love & Tell a friend and follow/like/share our pages with the cool kids – there's no pressure like peer pressure. Winnipeg's FIRST and ONLY Paranormal Podcast.
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O ano é 1967... O mecânico e geólogo amador Stephen Michalak se encontrava no Lago Falcon — que fica próximo a Winnipeg, em Manitoba — procurando por minerais. No início da tarde, Stephen percebeu certa agitação entre os gansos que estavam por perto e, ao olhar para cima, avistou dois objetos brilhantes com formato ovalado fazendo uma rápida manobra de descida. Esse encontro mudou sua vida. Entre em contato. Quer montar sua loja 100% online? Conheça a Montink https://admin.montink.com.br/afiliado/dis5y.htm https://apoia.se/ufologiadequintal https://www.ufologiadequintal.com.br/ (Lujinha) https://linktr.ee/ufologiadequintal Créditos Edição nóix mermo https://www.vigilia.com.br Music by Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio Scott Holmes Music - Storybook Ketsa - Less --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/centro-de-pesquisas-ufolg/message
Marie-Anne Bisson is a Certified Consulting Hypnotherapist and member of the Manitoba Hypnotherapists' Association and the National Guild of Hypnotists. She is also a certified Reiki Master, bilingual Spiritual Health Coach, Psychic Medium, and certified Angel Card Reader. Marie-Anne can provide distant Reiki treatments for clients, their pets and offer Transmission of Light DNA Activations. Her office is in Lorette, just 10 minutes south of Winnipeg, Manitoba. She also volunteers as an investigative profiler for a group based in the USA, dedicated to helping families locate missing loved ones. Marie-Anne believes that distance has no barriers because Spirit is energy to which we are all connected. *************************** Beyond The Tinfoil Hat is a weekly podcast brought to you by The Experiencer Support Association. Every week we dive into topics that are deep into the realm of the unknown. Ranging from topics between #UFOS, #Ghosts, and #Paracryptid This podcast is hosted by Ryan Stacey and is designed to educate and assist the public in understanding the blend of every phenomenon happening in the world. Our guests often include eyewitness testimony. #Ultraspectrum #Ufology #Ufologie #UFO #ONVI #UAP #UFOTwitter #UAPStudies #UFOCanada #UAPCanada #DisclosureCanada #Paranormal #ParanormalCanada #Ghost #Alien #AlienAbudcition #ParaCryptozoology #Psychogenic #Parapsychology #TESACanada #TheExperiencerSupportAssociation BEST WAYS TO SUPPORT: 1. Become a member and get access to bonus content https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSCDKoWCdYSqX10N1XF-OpQ/join 2. Get MERCH at https://www.paranormalhangar.com ⇀ Report a UFO or Paranormal Event: www.tesacan.org/reportingsystem Follow TESA: ⇀ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheExperiencerSupportAssociation/ ⇀ Website: https://www.tesacan.org Affiliates: GhostStop https://ghoststop.com/?rfsn=5847115.a17c3f UFOStop https://ghoststop.com/?rfsn=5847115.a17c3f Morninglight Music https://morninglightmusic.io/?ref=82 Goddess Provisions https://www.goddessprovisions.com/refer/Ryan-XBZFPNRL Captivate https://captivate.fm/signup?ref=ryanstacey MailChimp http://eepurl.com/hqZyWX StickerMule https://www.stickermule.com/unlock?ref_id=1869343701&utm_medium=link&utm_source=invite Support this podcast
Like many young boys, Luc loved sports. He loved playing soccer and baseball and like every good Canadian boy, Luc loved hockey. His mom, Lianne, says that she thinks what he really loved was being part of a team. He didn't enjoy having the spotlight himself, but he loved being a part of a team in which everyone had fun and shared the spotlight. When Luc was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 7, he really took it all in stride. He was always very upbeat and positive, just accepting that if he did what the doctors told him, he would be fine. Other kids at school called Luc a 'hero' after his diagnosis, but Luc never wanted to be a hero. He just wanted to be a regular kid, a quiet part of the team. Unfortunately, that isn't what happened. Luc was special, but not in the way he would want to be. Luc was one of a few kids to get leukemia in Manitoba that year, then one of the few children to get a more aggressive type of cancer requiring additional treatment. He eventually became one of the few to have a recurrence and then, finally one of the far fewer children who die of cancer each year. It was like he kept winning the lottery no one would ever want to win. Luc's mother, Lianne, is only 8 short months into her grief journey so it is so fresh and raw, but she still amazingly finds bits of gratitude in her life. She wants to continue to honor Luc by remembering his fun-loving, team oriented perspective. She recently participated in a fundraiser and was able to raise $20,000 for Cancer Care Manitoba. She called her little team 'Living for Luc,' and they had a great time having fun, playing different sports, laughing and truly experiencing life. Lianne said to me, "There is life after loss and it is different and it is hard, and it is not always trampolines and laughing, but sometimes it can be, and that's OK." This may be one of the wisest statements about child loss I have ever heard. Such a powerful statement and so true - something we should all remember. Even in grief, we still live and we still need to do crazy, fun things like jump on a trampoline every once in a while.
Land acknowledgements are becoming more common, but it is not always clear whether the nods to traditional Indigenous territory are accurate, welcome, or useful. Matt Galloway talks to Niigaan Sinclair, a professor in native studies at the University of Manitoba, and a columnist for the Winnipeg Free Press; Hayden King, executive director of the Yellowhead Institute, a First Nations-led research centre based at Ryerson University in Toronto; and Ka'nhehsí:io Deer, a reporter with CBC Indigenous in Kahnawake, Que.
Air Date 10/20/2021 Today we take a look at the flip side of the so-called "Missing White Woman Syndrome" and highlight the structural legacies of colonialism that have put indigenous communities in North America at the greatest at risk of murder and rape among all demographics in the US and Canada. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows & Bonus Content) BestOfTheLeft.com/Refer Sign up, share widely, get rewards. It's that easy! BestOfTheLeft.com/Advertise Sponsor the show! SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: The Search: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women | Fault Lines - Al Jazerra English - Air Date 5-8-19 Indigenous women in the United States experience some of the highest rates of violence and murder in the country, according to federal data. Tribes and advocates attribute this to a confluence of factors - institutional racism, a lack of resources. Ch. 2: How prejudice affects official search for missing Indigenous women other women of color - PBS NewsHour - Air Date 9-27-21 While Gabby Petito's death has captured national attention, tens of thousands of people are reported missing or murdered every year in the U.S. Native women are murdered at rates 10 times the national average. Ch. 3: Gabby Petito, ‘Missing White Woman Syndrome,' And Misogynistic Violence - GBH News - Air Date 9-23-21 As the disappearance and later confirmed murder of Gabby Petito has grabbed headlines, many observers have pointed to the thousands of other cases – many of them women of color – that have never garnered national attention. Ch. 4: MMIW Day 2021 - Let's Talk Native with John Kane - Air Date 5-5-21 May 5th has been designated as MMIW Day since 2017 but 2021 is ushering in "MMIW National Week of Action!" Ch. 5: Canada's missing and murdered Indigenous women - AJ+ - Air Date 10-16-18 AJ+'s Dena Takruri visits Winnipeg, Manitoba, where more Indigenous women and girls have gone missing or been murdered than anywhere else in the country. Ch. 6: MMIWG2S+: No more red hand prints! - The Red Nation Podcast - Air Date 5-10-21 Guests Jennifer Marley (@JenMarley1680) and Cheyenne Antonio join RPH co-hosts Elena Ortiz (@spiritofpopay) and Melanie Yazzie (@melanie_yazzie) to discuss efforts to end MMIWG2+ from a left Indigenous feminist perspective. MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 7: Understanding How the Laws Encourage Violence | History of MMIW - Nonviolence International New York - Air Date 4-22-21 5500 Indigenous women and girls go missing or murdered every year. We need to change the laws that govern the Indigenous Tribes because they make it easier for people to attack indigenous people. Ch. 8: The Red Nation Slams Cooptation of Indigenous Peoples' Day Amid Global Colonial Resource Extraction - Democracy Now! - Air Date 10-11-21 We continue our look at Indigenous Peoples' Day with Jennifer Marley, a citizen of San Ildefonso Pueblo and a member of the grassroots Indigenous liberation organization The Red Nation. VOICEMAILS Ch. 9: r/Antiwork: Unemployment for all, not just the rich! - Anonymous FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 10: Final comments on the impacts of pandemics on labor through the centuries MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions): Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent SHOW IMAGE: Description: A young, Native American woman looks toward the camera. She has a red paint hand print over her mouth. She wears a gray beanie, burgundy jacket and her dark hair is in braids. "A participant in the Greater Than Fear Rally & March in Rochester Minnesota. The rally & march were held in response to President Trump's Rally at the Mayo Civic Center in downtown Rochester." by Lorie Shaull, Flickr | License | Changes: Cropped Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com
Mike joins us from Winnipeg, Manitoba – in Central Canada. He grew up partly in Northern Ontario, Canada in poverty with a single mom. But, at 13 he quit school and started to explore the world. At 21, with 7 years of working experience and survival already under his belt, he founded Manitoba Harvest. Over the course of the subsequent 20 years, he grew his role from start-up entrepreneur to the CEO of a large enterprise – an enterprise which he sold twice for 9-figures. We discuss the societal “trap”, non-traditional pressures, the importance of education through life experiences and the exploration of individual interests. We hear about his musings on the quantum plane, his experiences with psilocybin treatments and his frequent “checks” on his spiritual self. We learn about how Mike's focus is also on having his “best day ever”. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/manitoba-mikefata/ IG: @themikefata TW: @themikefata Clubhouse: @mikefata
Clubroot has been confirmed in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, and can cause yield losses between 30 and 100 per cent. Sanitation, crop rotation, using resistant cultivars, and managing susceptible weeds are all useful strategies in the clubroot toolbox to mitigate infection, but what other strategies are there, and how effective are they for controlling clubroot... Read More
From simply leaving a check strip to replicated trials, field-level data collection and analysis can be overwhelming. For this episode of The Agronomists, host Lyndsey Smith is joined by Jenn Sabourin of Manitoba-based Antara Agronomy, and Aaron Breimer of Deveron, based near Chatham, Ontario. The three talk about field trial set up, data collection, and... Read More
Support us here: https://canadaland.com/join Raging wildfires are now a normal part of summertime in Canada. Climate change comes at you fast, but the impact of these fires is far from equal across different regions. Those most likely to have to flee their homes are Indigenous people, and this disproportionate risk is only growing. The number of evacuees from First Nation reserves doubled over the last decade. Producer Sarah Lawrynuik travels to a remote Manitoba community to look at what fire has done to one community, and examines the implications for tens of thousands of other people in the years to come. Further Reading: Social science research on Indigenous wildfire management in the 21st century and future research needs (Amy Cardinal Christianson) - https://www.publish.csiro.au/WF/pdf/WF13048 Indigenous fire teams in Sask. aim for bigger role after B.C. blazes - https://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/indigenous-fire-teams-in-sask-aim-for-bigger-role-after-b-c-blazes U of S prof studies impact of fire evacuations on First Nations (2015) - https://www.ckom.com/2015/07/17/u-of-s-prof-studies-impact-of-fire-evacuations-on-first-nations/ From the Ashes: Reimagining Fire Safety and Emergency Management in Indigenous Communities: https://www.ourcommons.ca/Content/Committee/421/INAN/Reports/RP9990811/inanrp15/inanrp15-e.pdf The art of fire: reviving the Indigenous craft of cultural burning: https://thenarwhal.ca/indigenous-cultural-burning/ Additional music by Audio Network Support CANADALAND: http://canadalandshow.com/join See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode I have a revision of my recent interview with Cal Wiebe and his co-host David from the Skilled Trades Podcast, based out of Manitoba, Canada. It was great to be a guest on their show and I hope they continue to shine a positive light on the building trades and the people who do the work.We open the conversation with me sharing my experiences as a Navy salvage diver, recreational SCUBA instructor and hard hat commercial diver.Next, we discuss our shared experiences as blue-collar workers in the building trades and discuss what it means to be a professional craftsperson.Later we'll voice our opinions on why earning a Journeyman Card or the Canadian equivalent of a Red Seal Certification, is an achievement to be proud of, and how having this education and training, can allow you to build a pathway to financial and professional success in the working middle class.And we'll wrap up our conversation by discussing the ever-widening skills gap developing in the trades and the number one thing you can do now to double your own personal wealth in the years to come. This interview was a lot of fun to do, and I hope you enjoy it.The Show NotesThe Skilled Trades Podcasthttps://anchor.fm/skilled-trades-podcastRed Seal Certification Infohttps://itabc.ca/red-seal-programUnited Brotherhood of Carpenters Apprenticeship Infohttps://www.carpenters.org/join-us/Join Grit NW Nation here:(could this be any easier?)https://forms.gle/WEKcA76y3Wegmv8z7For comments, questions or suggestions about the show send an email to:GritNW@gmail.comYou can also share this link to the Grit NW webpage with friends, family members or co-workers and score good karma points, you'll be a better person for it, I promise:https://Buildnw.org/podcastGrit NW is a proud member of the Labor Radio / Podcast Networkhttps://www.laborradionetwork.org/Union Home Plus Union Home Plus helps union members save money when they buy, sell, or finance their home. NW Carpenters Union United Brotherhood of Carpenters, Regional Council in the Pacific NW 6 states + 29k members strong!!The Grit Nation Join The Nation and spread the word on how unions are building lives and careers to be proud of.
Episode 191: On the evening of July 30, 2008, Tim McLean, a 22-year-old Canadian carnival barker was returning home to Winnipeg riding a Greyhound bus when he was viciously stabbed, beheaded, and cannibalized by another passenger about 18 km west of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. After arriving on scene, RCMP watched for hours as the perpetrator, Vince Li, 40, desecrated Tim's body inside the bus after the driver and remaining passengers had fled, powerless to stop the man's frenzy. Less than a year later, Vince Li was found not criminally responsible (NCR) for Tim McLean's slaying, but held in a Manitoba psychiatric institution from which he was released just 6 years later. Sources: Cold Facts of the Case – Tim's Law YouTube — R.I.P Tim McLean - July 30, 2008 Greyhound Bus Tragedy YouTube — TIMOTHY MCLEAN KILLING (CAROL DE DELLEY INTERVIEW) AFTERMATH OF MURDER: SURVIVOR STORIES Justice served with the absolute discharge of Vince Li – The Manitoban BOOK: Shrunk — Crime and Disorders of the Mind by Lore Proceed with Extreme Caution: The Not Criminally Responsible Defence | CanLII Vincent Li found not criminally responsible for murder - Winnipeg Free Press DocumentCloud — Manitoba Criminal Code Review Board decision Timeline of decisions in the case of Vince Li - Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca Vince Li Archives - Dying Words YouTube — Vince Li — “Please, kill me.” YouTube — The Fifth Estate — Bus 1170 : Vince Li and the Greyhound Bus Murder (2011) Killing of Tim McLean - Wikipedia Vince Li | News, Videos & Articles | Globalnews.ca Looking back at the Greyhound bus beheading a decade down the road | Globalnews.ca Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act (backgrounder) — Canada News Centre Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act http://summit.sfu.ca/system/files/iritems1/16395/etd9553_TMiller.pdf Talk:Killing of Tim McLean - Wikipedia How to Be a Juggalo: 12 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow Fun A Conversation With Vince Li - Steinbachonline.com Vince Li, man who beheaded Greyhound bus passenger, seeks absolute discharge | CBC News R.I.P Tim McLean — Facebook Group MCLEAN TIMOTHY - Obituaries - Winnipeg Free Press Passages Timeline to the Greyhound bus killing | CBC News Vince Weiguang Li | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/darkpoutine See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This month Thunder Bay-based journalist Willow Fiddler appears on Storykeepers to talk about Seven Fallen Feathers by Tanya Talaga. The book is a thorough examination of the deaths of seven Indigenous youth in Thunder Bay over the span of eleven years, and the human rights violations of Indigenous peoples in Canada that can lead to tragic outcomes. It has won numerous prestigious awards, including the RBC Taylor Prize and the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing.More on Seven Fallen Feathers:https://houseofanansi.com/products/seven-fallen-feathersWillow Fiddler's bio:Willow Fiddler is a national news reporter for The Globe and Mail, covering northern Ontario and Manitoba. Prior to joining The Globe, she was a video journalist for Aboriginal Peoples Television Network National News reporting in Thunder Bay. She is a three-time finalist for the Canadian Association of Journalists awards and the recipient of the 2017 Emerging Indigenous Journalist award. Ms. Fiddler is passionate about stories and issues that impact Indigenous people and communities, particularly in the North.
In this week's episode we are joined by the Voice of the Grand Rapids Griffins Bob Kaser and the Voice of the Manitoba Moose Daniel Fink as we continue our previous of the Admirals opponents in the Central Division!
Focusing on Leveraging Micro Landscapes into Ecosystem Changes. In This Podcast: Zach Loeks encourages each of us to transform our human habitat by focusing on one small section of landscape at a time. He believes that changes are most successful when they are manageable, and he reminds us that positive change will naturally grow and spread. Zach paints a beautiful picture of “edible biodiversity” and then shares some manageable, specific changes that will move us toward that goal. Don't miss an episode!visit UrbanFarm.Org/podcast Zach is an educator, designer and grower who specializes in Edible Eco-system Design through landscaping and education. He manages an award-winning farm with diversified food forest products, heirloom garlic, and a hardy tree nursery. He is also the director of the Ecosystem Solution Institute, which is dedicated to the education, propagation and inspiration of ecosystem solutions for land use transition. The Institute oversees pathbreaking education sites, including an Edible Biodiversity Conservation Area near Ottawa, Ontario and a suburban food forest in Winnipeg, Manitoba. And he is the author of several books including The Permaculture Market Garden, and The Edible Ecosystem Solution. Visit www.UrbanFarm.org/ecosystemu for the show notes on this episode, and access to our full podcast library! Edible Ecosystems In a Nutshell.
On this week's Girls Gone Hallmark bonus episode, Megan and Wendy review yet another non-fall themed Hallmark movie called Love Strikes Twice. This new, original movie starring Katie Findlay and Wyatt Nash has left many asking: Is "Love Strikes Twice" a Hallmark movie? Why do you think Hallmark has so many non-fall movies in their Fall Harvest line up? Email the show at email@example.com. Should Girls Gone Hallmark Continue in 2022? We are super grateful for all the original and new listeners who have found our bonus Girls Gone Hallmark movie review podcast! The question is...should we continue to recap and review Hallmark original movies next year? If you have strong feelings about it, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. News and Notes about Love Strikes Twice The teleplay for Love Strikes Twice was written by C. Jay Cox. He also wrote Sweet Home Alabama (2002) with Reese Witherspoon and New in Town (2009) with Renee Zellweger and Harry Connick Jr.Several of the same producers on Love Strikes Twice are the same for One Summer - which premiered the day after this premiere on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.This movie was filmed in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.You might recognize Katie Findlay from Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, How to Get Away with Murder, The Carrie Diaries and The Killing (one of Wendy's favorite series).Wyatt Nash competed on Survivor: Redemption Island (season 22, 2011) under his birth name Matt Elrod. He finished in seventh place and was the sixth member to join the jury. Wyatt Nash/Matt Elrod was asked to compete again on Survivor: Caramoan (season 26) but declined - according to his Wikipedia page. What do you think: Is Love Strikes Twice a Hallmark movie? Let us know. Hallmark Fall Harvest Podcast Episodes Need to catch up on our reviews of the 2021 Fall Harvest movies? Taking the ReinsRaise a Glass to LoveRoadhouse Romance 2021 Countdown to Christmas Preview Podcast Episode Don't miss our 2021 Countdown to Christmas preview episode! Grab a hot cocoa and listen here. Hallmark Channel recently announced they will premiere 41 brand new movies during their annual Countdown to Christmas. Listen in as Megan and Wendy give their first impressions of the movies that have officially been announced.