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We discuss just how well Canadians know the names of the Conservative leader and the members of the Liberal cabinet, as well as news about India, the creation of a new federal party, the latest Manitoba polls and a potential snap election in New Brunswick. Plus, we answer listener questions and Philippe has another quiz for Éric.To get access to the Discord page for The Numbers and to get early access to episodes on Thursdays, you can become a Patron at our Patreon site here.As always, in addition to listening to the episode in your inbox, at TheWrit.ca or on podcast apps like Apple Podcasts, you can also watch this episode on YouTube.If you want to add The Numbers (which has episodes out every week, with only every second episode hitting The Writ Podcast's feed) and our French-language podcast Les chiffres to your favourite podcasting app, you can find them at the links below:Apple Podcasts: The Numbers / Les chiffresSpotify: The Numbers / Les chiffresGoogle Podcasts: The Numbers / Les chiffres This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.thewrit.ca/subscribe
Welcome to our latest podcast episode, filled with exciting updates from our knitting and crochet adventures! Diana has completed her stylish Caged Halter Top and embarked on a new knitting journey with the Jolan Tru Socks. Meanwhile, Jocelyn has finished crafting the elegant Point Edwards Mitts and has begun work on the captivating Endless Summer… Continue reading Episode 337 – Fall Hits, Knit Mitts!
I have a message for every farmer in Manitoba, no matter what crop they grow, or type of animals are under their care — now is the time to engage with all local candidates. Governance matters. On October 3rd, Manitobans will elect 57 Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs). Every one of them will influence,... Read More
In this captivating podcast episode, we delve into the profound and enlightening memoir journal penned by Annette Alix Roussin. Starting as a child in a remote First Nations community, Annette's life path took her from humble beginnings to the halls of academia at the University of Manitoba, where she pursued a Master of Social Work degree. This higher education expanded her knowledge and became a crucial vehicle for her to explore the profound impacts of colonization on Indigenous communities and her own personal journey.Annette's memoir journal is a poignant narrative that reverberates with the generational effects of colonization on the mental health and well-being of Indigenous Peoples. It is a work grounded not only in her own experiences but also fortified by the insights of other Indigenous authors. Listeners will be moved by the candid accounts of how colonization deeply affected Annette's self-esteem and personal development.Through her storytelling, Annette shares her own transformative journey of reconnecting with her culture and finding healing in the face of the painful legacy of colonialism. What makes this podcast episode truly unique is its invitation for readers to immerse themselves in this sacred space and reflect on their own relationship with colonization, self-identity as an Indigenous person, and their role as Canadian citizens. Journal prompts scattered throughout the book provide opportunities for introspection and engagement, making this memoir journal a powerful tool for personal growth and societal reflection.Whether you are an Indigenous person navigating your own path to self-discovery or a non-Indigenous individual seeking to understand and empathize with the lasting effects of colonialism, this podcast episode offers valuable insights into Annette's remarkable journey and the broader implications of colonization. Join us as we unravel the pages of this compelling memoir journal, exploring the profound questions it raises about identity, healing, and the collective responsibility we all share in shaping a more inclusive and understanding future.To learn more about Annette Alix Roussin's work and acquire her book, visit her website HERE and find "I Am My Culture: My Memoir of Self Determination, on Amazon, HERE in Canada and HERE on Amazon.com.
Manitoba's election campaign is underway and is setting up to be a close contest between Heather Stefanson's Progressive Conservatives and Wab Kinew's New Democrats — so close, in fact, that Dougald Lamont's Liberals could end up with the balance of power.To discuss this first stage of the Manitoba campaign, I'm joined by Curtis Brown, principal at Probe Research, Ian Froese, the CBC's provincial affairs reporter in Manitoba, and Kelly Saunders, associate professor in the department of political science at Brandon University.As always, in addition to listening to the episode in your inbox, at TheWrit.ca or on podcast apps like Apple Podcasts, you can also watch this episode on YouTube.Are you a paid subscriber to The Writ? Then keep an eye on the chat, where I often solicit questions for the podcast. You can find The Writ's subscribers-only chat here.Don't miss the latest episode of The Numbers podcast, out every Thursday for Patrons and every Friday for everyone else via Apple Podcast, Spotify and wherever else you get your podcasts. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.thewrit.ca/subscribe
On this week's episode of The Rural Woman Podcast™, you'll meet Iris Meck.Iris Meck was raised in Sapton, Manitoba, on a mixed farm and attended the University of Manitoba, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and earned a Certificate in Management at the University of Manitoba while working at Cargill. Iris started her career at Cargill and, for over 10 years, held management positions that included marketing and sales.Iris then moved into Account Management for prominent agricultural marketing agencies in Regina and Calgary.In 1999, Iris started her own business delivering marketing tactics for domestic and international agricultural corporations. She organized numerous forums, conferences, workshops, product launches, facility openings and social gatherings for clients in the agriculture and food industry.Among her successes, in 2014, Iris created the Advancing Women Conferences ‐ a Life Skills for Leadership Program for Women in Agriculture positioned across Canada. Since 2014 and through 10 years of hosting AWC conferences, over 7000 women have joined the community to listen, learn, network and grow.In late 2019 Iris joined Glacier FarmMedia and continues to host AWC and other events in agriculture. Iris lives in Calgary, Alberta.For full show notes, including links mentioned in the show, head over to wildrosefarmer.com/awc-2023. . .DISCUSSIONS THIS WEEK:[09:50] Challenges and Progress Made with Women in the Agriculture Industry[19:20] The Start of Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference [28:53] Investing in Yourself, Building Confidence, Networking and Connecting with Industry Leaders[39:12] Upcoming Conferences for the 2023/2024 Year. . .This week's episode is brought to you by Advancing Women Conference . . .Let's get SocialFollow The Rural Woman Podcast on Social MediaInstagram | FacebookSign up to get email updatesJoin our private Facebook group, The Rural Woman Podcast Community Connect with Katelyn on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest. . .Support the ShowPatreon |
Canadian journalist Nora Loreto reads the latest headlines for Thursday, September 14, 2023.TRNN has partnered with Loreto to syndicate her daily news digest and share it with our audience—tune in every morning on the TRNN podcast feed to hear about the latest important news stories from Canada and around the world.Find more headlines from Nora at Sandy & Nora Talk Politics podcast feed.Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Support us on Patreon! We have a merch store! You can find us on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify as Northern Knits Podcast. You can also email us at northernknitspodcastATgmailDOTcom. Jocelyn can be found on Ravelry as amberdragun, where all her other social media is linked. Her patterns are patterns available on her Etsy store, AmberDragunDesigns. Diana can be found on Ravelry as wool-rat and… Continue reading Episode 335 – September Live
Welcome to the latest episode of our podcast! In this exciting installment, Diana takes us on a fiber-filled adventure as she travels to the Manitoba Fibre Festival. With so many fiber enthusiasts gathered in one place, you can only imagine the amazing things she discovered and purchased. But that’s not all – there’s an unexpected… Continue reading Episode 336 – Manitoba Fibre Festival
Canada Immigration News from the Provincial News Manitoba released on 31/08/2023. Expression of Interest Draw #192 Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news and I am Joy Stephen, an authorized Canadian Immigration practitioner bringing out this special edition of Immigration news from Provincial News, Manitoba. This news was released by the government on 31/08/2023. I am coming to you from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario. Today is the 06/09/2023 Skilled Worker in Manitoba Region-specific selection Profiles declaring current employment in Manitoba and who declared the intention to reside in a community outside of the city of Winnipeg were considered. Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 288 Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 600 Of the 288 Letters of Advice to Apply issued in this draw, 127 were issued to candidates who declared a valid Express Entry profile number and job seeker validation code. If you need assistance to participate in Provincial or Federal programs or assistance after selection, please contact us https://myar.me/contact-us/ Good luck! Welcome to this weekly video update on PNP news brought to you by IRC News. We understand the importance of staying informed about Canadian job opportunities, data analysis, and immigration news, and that's why we're here to provide you with the latest information. To further your understanding of becoming a Canadian Permanent Resident, we invite you to watch our free online YouTube videos at https://polinsys.com/p. Our Canadian Authorized Representative also conducts a free Q&A session every Friday to answer any questions you may have. For more information and Zoom meeting credentials, please visit https://myar.me. It's important to note that the Canadian Government regulates who can charge fees for immigration services, so we recommend following the link https://polinsys.co/rep for more information. If you're looking for a free evaluation of your Canada PR application, please visit https://myar.me/evaluationXX. To stay updated with our latest news, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. We appreciate your support and hope you've found this video informative. If you liked this news, please like the video and to receive notifications about more Canadian job positions, please subscribe to our channel.
If you are looking for bowhunting adventure, few destinations can match Manitoba. From bruiser black bears to trophy whitetails and a shot at a 60-inch moose, this remote Canadian province offers bountiful game and stunningly beautiful landscapes. Keevin Erickson of Travel Manitoba joins Associate Editor Mark Demko to discuss why this destination should be on every bowhunter's bucket list!
Andrea Menard is an accomplished Métis singer/songwriter, actor, speaker, wellness trainer, and the founder of the Sacred Feminine Learning Lodge. ======= Thanks to my Sponsors for Helping Support me: If you or know some body you know is struggling with anxiety and want to know how to be 100% anxiety free, in 6 weeks, without therapy or drugs, fully guaranteed - then let me tell you about our sponsor Daniel Packard. His research company spent 8 years testing to develop an innovative process that solves your anxiety permanently in just 6 weeks - with an astounding 90% success rate. Because their program is so effective, people who join their program only pay at the end, once they have clear, measurable results. If you're interested in solving your anxiety in 6 weeks - fully guaranteed - and you want to learn more and have a free consultation with Daniel, go to https://www.danielpackard.com/ -------------------------- Do you have High Blood Pressure and/ or want to get off the Meds Doctors are amazed at what the Zona Plus can do $50 Discount with my Code ROY https://www.zona.com/discount/ROY Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts https://bio.link/podcaster ============ About Andrea Menard: Andrea Menard is an accomplished Métis singer/songwriter, actor, speaker, wellness trainer, and the founder of the Sacred Feminine Learning Lodge. As seen in USA Today, Andrea is an influencer in Feminine leadership and was named one of the Women Executive Network's (WXN) Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner in 2020. An advocate for rematriation and reconciliation, Andrea trains women to “Lead Like a Goddess” and helps all-gendered people to reclaim and embody the qualities of the Sacred Feminine. She is also the author of the Seeds from the Sacred Feminine Wisdom Cards to be released with Mango Publishing on May 9th, 2023. One of the all-star cast of the new hit CTV series, Sullivan's Crossing, Andrea is a five-time Gemini-nominated actress, a 15-time music award winner, and she was named ACTRA National's Woman of the Year in 2021. Andrea has released 5 award-winning albums, including a Michif language album, a symphony show, 2 television programs, and her TEDx Talk called “Silent No More” has reached over 128,000 views. She has performed for royalty, prime ministers, governor-generals, residential school survivors, families of the missing and murdered Indigenous women, and even sang her song “Peace” to the world's NATO generals. Born in Manitoba, Andrea is a proud member of the Metis Nation of Canada. Her Metis family originates from St. Laurent, Manitoba (Treaty 1) and then settled in the interlakes region of Treaty 2 territory. Andrea's carries the name Skooteah Equahh which means Fire Woman in Anishinaabemowin and the Nehiyewan name Notigwew Yutin, which means Grandmother Wind. What we Discussed: - Who is Andrea ( 3 mins) - How she started Speaking ( 4 mins) - Benefits of being a member of a Speaking Association ( 8 mins) - Connecting with the Audience ( 10mins) - Her Music ( 13 mins) - Her Acting Career (15 mins) - Her TEDx Speech ( 16 mins) - Human Right for the Canadian Indigenous People ( 24 mins) - Oracle Matis Cards ( 28 mins) - Singing Peace to the World Nato Generals ( 36 mins) - The meaning of her Cards ( 38 mins) and more ==================== How to Contact Andrea Menard: WEBSITE: www.andreamenard.com Cards www.andreamenard.com/cards LINKEDIN: @andreamenard TWITTER: @andreamenard FACEBOOK: @andreamenardmusic INSTAGRAM: @andreamenard YOUTUBE: @andreamenardmusic iTUNES: @andreamenard SPOTIFY: @andreamenard SOUNDCLOUD: @andreamenard BANDCAMP: @andreamenard =============== Donations https://www.podpage.com/speaking-podcast/support/ Speaking Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts + Donations https://bio.link/podcaster --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/roy-coughlan/message
On this episode of the Hockey Think Tank podcast, we bring on performance coach Gavin McHale! Gavin grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba where as a goalie he played up through junior hockey before becoming a highly successful performance coach working with many entrepreneurs. The guys had a great talk with Gavin hitting things like: Can you use anxiety for good? What are the commonalities of high achievers? How can you best set goals for success? Much More!! Thank you to our sponsors GelStx, Train-Heroic, CuredNutrition, Helios Hockey, and IceHockeySystems.com. And thank you to our AMAZING LISTENERS; We appreciate every listen, download, comment, rating, and share on your social sites! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Last week I headed to Manitoba to pursue giant black bears with Beartrack Outfitters. The hunt was incredible and the people I met were amazing. Sharing camp with likeminded guys from different parts of the country brings back the feel of old hunting camps that are now just stories from yesteryear. I ended up connecting with a giant black bear on the third day and the story took a huge twist when the recovery was in progress. It was the most intense few moments I have ever experienced and glad to be able to share the story. Listen in to the bear hunt breakdown episode. If you like the podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcast and/or Spotify. Also, head over to the Marshfield Outdoors YouTube channel and you can watch this weeks episode as well. The Marshfield Outdoors podcast is powered by Final Draw Tv. This episode is brought to you by County Line Collision and Haller Back Game Calls.
Dr. Meagan King from the University of Manitoba joins us to discuss mental health. She is leading a research project about mental health in farming, and all Canadian farmers are invited to participate. We also discuss some more lighthearted topics related to other research projects that Dr. Meagan has done."Are you a dairy or beef producer in Ontario or Western Canada? Help us understand how your well-being is related to farm management and mental health.Dairy farmers: Qualtrics Survey | Qualtrics Experience ManagementBeef farmers: Beef Producer Wellbeing Survey (qualtrics.com) "
In this first episode of The Numbers, a collaboration between myself and Philippe J. Fournier, we do a rundown of the latest federal polling and what it means for the three major parties. We also discuss the Conservative convention, the impact of the Greenbelt controversy on the Ontario PCs, the early days of the Manitoba election and the upcoming provincial byelection in Jean-Talon.We then answer some listener questions and Philippe subjects me to a little quiz.As always, in addition to listening to the episode in your inbox, at TheWrit.ca or on podcast apps like Apple Podcasts, you can also watch this episode on YouTube.To get access to the Discord page for The Numbers and to get early access to episodes on Thursdays, you can become a Patron at our Patreon site here.If you want to add The Numbers (which will have episodes out every week, with only every second episode hitting The Writ Podcast's feed) and our French-language podcast Les chiffres to your favourite podcasting app, you can find them at the links below:Apple Podcasts: The Numbers / Les chiffresSpotify: The Numbers / Les chiffresGoogle Podcasts: The Numbers / Les chiffres This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.thewrit.ca/subscribe
This week, a powerful season opener featuring a daughter leading a resistance with a call to Search The Landfill. Cambria Harris is the daughter of Morgan Harris, one of four Indigenous women who Winnipeg police say was murdered by the same man. Morgan is believed to be buried in the Prairie Green Landfill, along with a second woman Marcedes Myron. Police were led to a serial killer after the remains of Rebecca Contois were discovered in a city garbage bin and at the Brady Landfill. The remains of a fourth woman - named by the community as Buffalo Woman - is still unknown. Listen, as Cambria invites us into her home. She shares personal memories of her mother who “always made time for us,” despite a system that kept them apart and why, at only 22 she is leading the call to bring all of these women home. Come gather around the sacred fire burning at Camp Marcedes in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Hear why demonstrators from across Turtle Island are organizing now around the issue of MMIWG2S+ and calling on authorities to search a Winnipeg landfill. Firekeeper, Goldstar, welcomes us to the sacred fire at Camp Marcedes and explains why he keeps the flame burning. Jorden Myran says she is at the camp for her sister, Marcedes Myran, whose “bright smile could light up a room.” And Helper, Danielle Pelletier who lost a cousin to violence, supports, educates and comforts those who come to fire. Please take care while listening to this episode.
Wayne Sturby, leader of the Manitoba Party, will be here to talk about the Manitoba election in 6 weeks. Pastor Art Pawlowski will also join us to talk about what is going to happen in his upcoming sentencing hearing. Manitoba Party: www.manitobaparty.ca The Wellness Company: https://twccanada.health/products/long-haul-formula?ref=8ZFnkJOYhIHEZ8 Zstack Protocol: https://zstacklife.com/?ref=LAURALYNN Sun City Silver and Gold: firstname.lastname@example.org ☆ We no longer can trust our mainstream media, which is why independent journalists such as myself are the new way to receive accurate information about our world. Thank you for supporting us – your generosity and kindness to help us keep information like this coming! ☆ ~ L I N K S ~ ➞ DONATE AT: https://www.lauralynn.tv/ or email@example.com ➞ SHOP: https://teespring.com/stores/laura-lynns-store-2 ➞ TWITTER: @LauraLynnTT ➞ FACEBOOK: Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson ➞ RUMBLE: https://rumble.com/c/LauraLynnTylerThompson ➞ BITCHUTE: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/BodlXs2IF22h/ ➞ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/LauraLynnTyler ➞ TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/lauralynnthompson ➞ DLIVE: https://dlive.tv/Laura-Lynn ➞ ODYSEE: https://odysee.com/@LauraLynnTT:9 ➞ GETTR: https://www.gettr.com/user/lauralynn ➞ LIBRTI: https://librti.com/laura-lynn-tyler-thompson
Bruce Anderson joins for an attempt to deconstruct two key political moments -- one in Ontario and one in Manitoba. One happened here and what are the lessons for all of us who consider ourselves political junkies.
Canadian farmer Edward Embury joins us today to warn us about the UN and the WEF's plan to conform our food systems to climate change. They plan to reduce protein from animal sources by 50% by 2050. Wayne Sturby, leader of the Manitoba Party, will be here to talk about the Manitoba election in 6 weeks. Manitoba Party: www.manitobaparty.ca The Wellness Company: https://twccanada.health/products/long-haul-formula?ref=8ZFnkJOYhIHEZ8 Zstack Protocol: https://zstacklife.com/?ref=LAURALYNN Sun City Silver and Gold: firstname.lastname@example.org ☆ We no longer can trust our mainstream media, which is why independent journalists such as myself are the new way to receive accurate information about our world. Thank you for supporting us – your generosity and kindness to help us keep information like this coming! ☆ ~ L I N K S ~ ➞ DONATE AT: https://www.lauralynn.tv/ or email@example.com ➞ SHOP: https://teespring.com/stores/laura-lynns-store-2 ➞ TWITTER: @LauraLynnTT ➞ FACEBOOK: Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson ➞ RUMBLE: https://rumble.com/c/LauraLynnTylerThompson ➞ BITCHUTE: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/BodlXs2IF22h/ ➞ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/LauraLynnTyler ➞ TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/lauralynnthompson ➞ DLIVE: https://dlive.tv/Laura-Lynn ➞ ODYSEE: https://odysee.com/@LauraLynnTT:9 ➞ GETTR: https://www.gettr.com/user/lauralynn ➞ LIBRTI: https://librti.com/laura-lynn-tyler-thompson
This episode is a "takeover" episode hosted by Josh and Dan from "Last Believer: A Podcast About Good Riddance"! THANK YOU TO JOSH AND DAN FOR A GREAT TAKEOVER EPISODE! Lewis and Paul Hodgert cover: 8:00-8:50 Jon Grubb (Zero Cost) cover: 26:44-27:30
Jason Mitchell is back on the JMO Podcast to share stories from his Canadian fishing trips this past summer in 2023. Jason fished walleyes, northern pike, as well as lake trout across 4 separate destinations in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Lake Gunisao, Last Mountain, Tazin, and Athapapuskow. In this fishing podcast we get behind the scenes stories about each of these amazing fishing trips. You can find the video footage of these Canadian fishing trips on YouTube at Jason Mitchell Outdoors. Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks - FWP.MT.GOV/AIS.Scheels - https://www.scheels.com/c/fishingNorthland Fishing Tackle - www.northlandtackle.comWebsite - www.jmopodcast.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/JMOFishingPodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/the_jmopodcast/
Jeremy is the owner and founder of Primal Fear Tarantulas, a premium acrylic tarantula and invert enclosure company out of Manitoba, Canada. In this episode, Jeremy discusses why/how he started Primal Fear Tarantulas, how he sells premium enclosures at an affordable price point, tips for setting up your tarantula enclosure including an easy DIY substrate recipe and we wrap the episode chatting about the current phenomenon of Jumping Spiders. SHOW NOTES: https://www.animalsathomenetwork.com/172-primal-tear-tarantulas/ LINKS FROM THE EPISODE: CHECK OUT Custom Reptile Habitats HERE https://primalfeartarantulas.com/ https://www.facebook.com/PrimalFearTarantulas/ https://www.instagram.com/primalfeartarantulas/ https://www.youtube.com/@Primalfeartarantulas/ Support, Subscribe & Follow: CHECK OUT Custom Reptile Habitats CLICK HERE SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST NETWORK: SPOTIFY► https://spoti.fi/2UG5NOI Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/animalsathome Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AnimalsatHomeChannel Follow on Instagram: @animalsathomeca
Welcome back to Northern Knits Podcast! In this episode, we’re diving into a world of creativity and crafting. Diana has been busy fashioning the captivating Caged Halter Top, perfect for warm weather days. She’s also been putting her skills to work by refinishing a cuff on some socks and delving into the world of amigurumi,… Continue reading Episode 334 – Mittens and Potions
There are many different approaches to harvesting edible beans, from typical combine setups used for other crops to harvesters designed specifically for beans. Specialized bean combines have historically been pull-type designs, but a new machine harvesting beans on a farm in southern Manitoba is believed to be the first factory-built self-propelled bean combine in Canada.... Read More
More and More we are seeing volunteers want to share the waterfowl experience with whomever they can. Be it Veterans / First Responders, Kids, and everyone else in between, we think it's important that we use our platform to help these volunteers spread the word about the hard work they are doing. This week we bring Ash Barr on to talk about the Veterans Hunt in Manitoba that will take place in September. If you are watching this and wish to donate and help Ash and his crew make this experience all that much better, please contact us and we will connect you with Ash. Looking for new products? Visit Canadian Waterfowl Supplies: https://www.canadianwaterfowlsupplies.com/ @CanadianWaterfowlSupplies Looking for some Punisher Swag? Visit www.punisherwaterfowl.com A huge thank you to our show sponsors: Real Geese Decoys : https://webfootdecoys.com/ First Lite: Https://firstlite.com @FirstLiteHuntingApparel Ducklander Calls: http://ducklandercalls.com @dlc300 Have ideas for a topic? Know someone who would be a good guest? Have questions about the show? Reach out on social media: Instagram : www.instagram.com/punisherwaterfowl (http://www.instagram.com/punisherwate...) @punisherwaterfowl Facebook : www.facebook.com/punisherwaterfowl (http://www.facebook.com/punisherwater...) #PunisherWaterfowl #TheUnion #podcast #waterfowl #Hunting #DuckHunting #GooseHunting #VeteransHunting
General Wayne Eyre, the Chief of the Defense Staff for Canada, joins Joe to share over three decades worth of leadership lessons, including how reading, writing, and reflection have shaped his career. They also talk about what it means to be a professional in today's military, the importance of holistic health and fitness for leaders, and why failure is a great teacher. Gen Eyre joined Army Cadets at age 12 and has been in uniform ever since. Gen Eyre attended Royal Roads Military College Victoria and Royal Military College of Canada Kingston. Upon commissioning in 1988 he joined the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI), and has had the great privilege of spending the majority of his career in command or deputy command positions, including commanding 3 PPCLI, 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group, 3rd Canadian Division and Joint Task Force West, Deputy Commanding General – Operations for XVIII (U.S.) Airborne Corps, Deputy Commander United Nations Command in Korea, Deputy and for a short time Commander of Military Personnel Command, and Commander Canadian Army. He has been in the Chief of the Defence Staff role since February 24, 2021.Operationally, Gen Eyre has commanded a rifle platoon with the United Nations Force in Cyprus; 2 PPCLI's Reconnaissance Platoon with the UN Protection Force in Croatia (including the Medak Pocket); a rifle company in Bosnia with NATO's Stabilization Force; the Canadian Operational Mentor and Liaison Team in Kandahar, Afghanistan advising 1-205 Afghan National Army Brigade in combat; as the Commanding General of NATO Training Mission – Afghanistan, where he oversaw the force generation, institutional training, and professional development of the Afghan National Security Forces; and as the first non-U.S. Deputy Commander of United Nations Command Korea in its 69 year history, and as such was the most senior Canadian officer ever permanently stationed in the Asia Pacific region. Among various domestic operations, he was the military liaison to the Government of Manitoba for the 1997 floods, commanded a company fighting the 1998 British Columbia wildfires, commanded the Task Force that secured the 2010 G8 Summit, and commanded the military response to both the 2015 Saskatchewan wildfires and the 2016 Fort McMurray, Alberta evacuation.As a staff officer, Gen Eyre has served with the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, Land Force Western Area Headquarters, in the Directorate of Defence Analysis at NDHQ, and as the J3 of Canadian Expeditionary Force Command. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Special Forces Qualification Course, the U.S. Marine Corps Command and Staff College, the U.S. Marine Corps School of Advanced Warfighting, and the U.S. Army War College. He holds a Bachelor of Science and three master's degrees (Military Studies, Operational Studies and Strategic Studies). His decorations include the Commander of the Order of Military Merit, the Meritorious Service Cross, the Commander-in-Chief Unit Commendation, the Chief of the Defence Staff Commendation, the Order of National Security Merit from South Korea, the French National Order of Merit in the rank of Commander, and was three times awarded the U.S. Legion of Merit, including in the rank of Commander.
Interview with Killian Charles, President & CEO of Brunswick Exploration (TSX-V: BRW)Our previous interview: https://youtu.be/x_faHpTyBH4Recording date: 23rd August 2023Based in Montreal, Brunswick Exploration is a mineral exploration firm listed on the TSX-V with the ticker BRW. Their primary pursuit is the grassroots exploration of lithium in Canada, a vital metal pivotal to worldwide decarbonization and the shift to cleaner energy. Currently, the company is fast-tracking the broadest grassroots lithium property collection in Canada, encompassing regions such as Quebec, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia.
Did you love Marvel's miniseries Secret Invasion? Based on online reactions you may not have... BUT that couldn't stop Sharon and Dwight from taking it apart and analyzing the psychological factors of this Comic-Book, Sci-Fi, Spy-Thriller, Character-Study of our old pal Nick Fury. Specifically we found a lot of interesting elements of relationships, betrayal, and surprisingly healthy conflict management among a very unique married couple. Sharon is a recurring guest and friend, certified nerd, mental health advocate, and former Health Minister of Manitoba, CA. Follow her work at www.speak-up.co Support the Broken Brain by joining our Patreon at www.patreon.com/brokenbrain!
As slow-release products and split applications become more common in the pursuit of fertilizer efficiency, it’s important to understand the timing of when a crop needs those nutrients to avoid situations where fertilizer that’s been applied is not available when the plants need it. The agronomy team at Manitoba equipment dealer Enns Brothers is in... Read More
Welcome to the latest episode of Northern Knits Podcast, where we’re back with a fresh dose of knitting and crochet inspiration! Diana has been on a productive streak, triumphantly finishing the Summer Secret Crop and the eye-catching Scrappy Stripey Striping Socks. She’s also been hard at work on the alluring Caged Halter Top, bringing her… Continue reading Episode 333 – Boob Covers and Socks
Our guest today, Verla Fortier is a retired nursing professor who was diagnosed with systemic lupus just as she was retiring to her hometown of Pine Falls, Manitoba, Canada. Verla uses green space research to help her to take control of her health and happiness. Verla teaches us: What green space is and what qualifies as green space How to use green space in your environment and to support your healing The many benefits of green space for regulation and healing Her CONTROL acronym and how it supports her daily on her healing journey Her SPACE acronym with practical examples for all of us to use She draws on university approved studies with thousands of people over decades that prove the game changing mind and body effects of time spent outside. These research results were so astonishing that she knew that needed to share it with others so she wrote a book, “Take Back Your Outside Mindset: Live Longer, Stress Less, and Control Your Chronic Illness,” and started a podcast “Your Outside Mindset.” She has since also written a book “Optimize Your Heart Rate: Balance Your Mind and Body With Green Space” Both books are best sellers on Amazon in the categories of lupus and heart disease. Today's episode is sponsored by Primal Trust Academy & Community. You can learn more by clicking HERE & use the code OPIW to save 5% when you sign up. Connect with Verla: ▶ https://treesmendus.com ▶https://www.instagram.com/verla_fortier/ ▶https://Treesmendus.com ▶https://www.linkedin.com/in/verla-fortier-a4a84521/ Connect with me: ▶Website: www.ourpoweriswithin.com ▶ IG @OurPowerIsWithin ▶ FB: Our Power Is Within ▶Join the podcast Facebook group Check out my favorite product recommendations (good for us, good for the Earth) Alternative Self Healing Programs: CFS School DNRS PS: Check out the rewiring your wellness speaker series. The next speaker is Bianca Spears on Aug 29th @ 6:30pm PST. She will be sharing how to reconnect to joy, play & laughter. Disclaimer: The Content provided on this podcast is for informational purposes only. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard on this podcast. Individual results may vary. Show notes may contain affiliate links to products. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Thank you for your support. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ourpoweriswithin/support
Andrew "Hustler" Paterson hosts Winnipeg Sports Talk Daily with Michael Remis. They preview CFL Week 12 where the Winnipeg Blue Bombers will host the Montreal Alouettes and continue to discuss the NHL off-season. Guests: John Hodge of 3 Down Nation (23:10) and Mike McIntyre of the Winnipeg Free Press (50:31).
A meditation preached by Fr. Eric Nicolai in a parish in Fort Alexander, Manitoba on August 7 2023. There are traces of subtle humour in the Gospel. There is a touching moment when the Lord heals the blind man, somewhat gradually, testing him like a doctor might. Matt 8, 22-36 Do you see anything? Looking up, the man replied, “I see people looking like trees and walking”. Trees walking? What did he actually see? Music: Bert Alink, guitar arrangement, Mossy Garden. Thumbnail: Rembrandt, "Jesus Heals Blind Man", ink drawing, 1655. Rotterdam, Museum Boymans van Beuningen.
We hear from the Devil's Lettuce Ladies about their Fave Pot/Not Pot and how their show covers all things marketing and elevation. Next, JR and Diana update listeners about the 6-year journey that led to this point, and about how the structure of the show is changing in the future.And then we hear from Katie at Starbuds Cannabis Co about what people outside of Canada get wrong about the local scene. Use code YHPOD for 10% off your next purchase on Mitragaia.com
On this weekend's show, host Shaun Haney talks with; Ryder Lee, Canadian Cattle Association, on pushing back on Bill C-282; Rick Rutherford, farmer from Manitoba, on why he opened up his 6,000-acre to farm research; and A clip from a recent Profitable Practices with Colin Rosengren of Midale, Sask., farmer on intercropping. Thoughts on something... Read More
In the dynamic realm of lithium mining, leaders like Robin Dunbar of Grid Metals, Jeffrey Wilson of Eureka Lithium, and Stephen Hanson of ACME Lithium stand out. Grid Metals, situated in southeastern Manitoba's Bird River greenstone belt, controls prized high-grade lithium pegmatites at Donner Lake and Falcon West, with a strategic advantage given their closeness to the Tanco mine, one of Canada's two lithium producers. Their journey doesn't end with lithium; their Ni-Cu-PGM-Co project, Makwa-Mayville, is also generating significant interest. Eureka Lithium, on the other hand, stands as a dominant force in Quebec's Nunavik region. They hold vast projects in emerging areas like Raglan West, Raglan South, and New Leaf Lithium Camps, and have ties to the illustrious prospector Shawn Ryan. The territory they oversee is mineral-rich, housing two active nickel mines with invaluable deep-sea port access. Meanwhile, ACME Lithium, backed by a team of industry veterans, is laser-focused on exploring and developing battery metal projects. Their expansive interests range from Nevada's Clayton Valley and Fish Lake Valley to sites in southeastern Manitoba and northern Saskatchewan. Join us for a deep dive into the innovative endeavors, hurdles, and openings these trailblazers navigate in the fast-evolving lithium sector. Subscribe for a deeper look into the multifaceted world of mining!
New technologies may work in the lab or in a research setting, but can they provide value in the real-world on a modern, large-scale commercial farm? That’s the basic premise behind a unique arrangement that has come to be known as “Innovation Farms,” just northwest of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Grosse Isle-area farmer and long-time seed grower... Read More
It's time for another edition of the Farmer Rapid Fire on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada! Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Luke Barron of Schomberg, Ont.; Steve Twynstra of Ailsa Craig, Ont.; Scott Perkin of Elgin, Man.; and, Rob Stone of Davidson, Sask. Plus, hear from western Manitoba field agronomist... Read More
It's time for another edition of the Farmer Rapid Fire on RealAg Radio, brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada! Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Luke Barron of Schomberg, Ont.; Steve Twynstra of Ailsa Craig, Ont.; Scott Perkin of Elgin, Man.; and, Rob Stone of Davidson, Sask. Plus, hear from western Manitoba field agronomist... Read More
Support us on Patreon! We have a merch store! You can find us on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube, Apple Podcasts, and Spotify as Northern Knits Podcast. You can also email us at northernknitspodcastATgmailDOTcom. Jocelyn can be found on Ravelry as amberdragun, where all her other social media is linked. Her patterns are patterns available on her Etsy store, AmberDragunDesigns. Diana can be found on Ravelry as wool-rat and… Continue reading Episode 332 – Diana Did Crafts in Las Vegas
At a press conference in Prince Edward Island, a reporter asked Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre if he's trying to “court the far-right vote,” citing unnamed “experts” who say he is. Poilievre dismissed the question as a “CBC smear job” and refused to answer. Is this the right approach? True North's Andrew Lawton weighs in. Also, Manitoba man needed a gas-powered vehicle to bail him out after his electric pickup truck failed to charge on a road trip. Dalbir Bala joins the show to talk about his electric vehicle nightmare. Plus, the Liberal government is being accused of using “creative accounting” to meet its infamous pledge to “plant 2 billion trees.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
0:00 - Bad boy Justin Kosek gets kicked out of a certain venue while at his bachelor party in Vegas… 10:18 - Trump's Fulton Co indictment happened so late Monday night, Dan & Amy were one of the first to react to it. What did other members of the media have to say? 30:13 - SPORTS & POLITICS: Profiles in Courage 40:59 - Return to the Redskins 45:57 - Jim Iuorio, host of “The Futures Edge Podcast”, marks the one year anniversary of the bipartivifiloxtureagain - also known as the Inflation Reduction Act. For more from Jim, including podcast updates @jimiuorio 01:03:48 - Richard A. Epstein, James Parker Hall Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Law & Senior Lecturer at the University of Chicago, on the democrats "non stop charade" to get Trump 01:25:03 - Kamala in 2018 on election integrity/ballot security vs a few days ago 01:41:41 - Robert Cherry, retired professor of economics at Brooklyn College and an American Enterprise Institute affiliate, discusses his new book The State of the Black Family: Sixty Years of Tragedies and Failures—and New Initiatives Offering Hope 01:59:22 - Dalbir Bala, owner of Altoba Freight Systems, lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, shares why he was forced to ditch his Ford EV truck during family road trip to ChicagoSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on No Simple Road we are super stoked to have returning guest, Ed Durocher from Apollo Suns returning as our guest! Founded by Ed, Apollo Suns is a 9-piece instrumental collective from Winnipeg, Manitoba. The band fuses the influence of jazz, rock, and psychedelic music, to create their own unique sounds with the dance floor in mind. They have self-released three EP's: 'Each Day A Different Sun' (2017), 'Dawn Offerings' (2019), 'A Relationship Of Force' (Color Red, 2021), and were awarded "Instrumental Artist Of The Year" at Western Canadian Music Awards in 2018/2020. We talk with Ed about: Some recent struggles regarding burn-out. Learning to mitigate exhaustion and tactics for better mental health. The freedom that came from acknowledging that we all struggle sometimes. How art can come from a place of ease and stability and not just from places of sadness or struggle. The reality of getting the things you have always dreamed of. Honoring the moment as it deserves to be honored. The expansion of 'jam music' into Europe. A Canadian's perspective when traveling over the border into the US of A. Creating the soon to be released new album 'Departures'. ... and a ton more! For everything on Apollo Suns including tour dates, merch, and more head over to www.apollosuns.ca -Go over to @MELTMUSHROOMS ON INSTAGRAM and shoot them a DM for a menu of all the amazing flavors of MUSHROOM CHOCOLATE BARS and MAKE SURE TO TELL THEM NSR SENT YOU FOR $20 OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER! -FREE SHIPPING from Shop Tour Bus Use The PROMO CODE: nosimpleroad -Make Sure to visit our friends at Fire On The Mountain for some amazing food at one of the 3 location in the Portland area or one of the 2 location in the Denver area! -CHECK OUT THE NSR EXCLUSIVE BETA PREVIEW OF www.venuellama.com INTRO MUSIC PROVIDED BY - Will Hanza of Escaper MUSIC IN THE COMMERCIALS BY AND USED WITH PERMISSION OF: CIRCLES AROUND THE SUN OUTRO MUSIC BY AND USED WITH PERMISSION OF: CHILLDREN OF INDIGO No Simple Road is part of OSIRIS MEDIA. Osiris Media is the leading storyteller in music, combining the intimacy of podcasts with the power of music. We inform and delight music fans by creating shows with leading artists, telling untold stories, and working with brands to craft compelling narratives that bring music to life.
You've seen it and you've smelled it all summer long: smoke from the wildfires in Canada. Over the past three months, more than 5,000 wildfires have burned across Canada, scorching more than 27 million acres. Some Minnesotans have been on the front line of fighting the flames. Our state has been answering the call for help thanks to something called the Great Lakes Forest Fire Compact. It's a partnership where Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Manitoba and Ontario have all agreed to help each other out with firefighting. So far three different groups of Minnesota firefighters have been sent to Manitoba. Lori Barrow is a Forester with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, and joined Minnesota Now after spending 18 days working to fight wildfires.
Hunting black bear has long been on my list of adventuers to do. Today we have Brandon Freison of Bear Track Outfitters in Manitoba, Canada with us and he shares his secrets to taking hunters to successful black bear hunts. Brandon, also shares with us his passion for Christ as well. His testimony is powerful and deep rooted in his faith in Christ. Its a great show and I knnow you will learn a lot about hunting black bear and about following Jesus. www.beartrackoutfitters.com
Bill rambles with Nate Craig about the mid-west, touring together, and his new special LIVE AT THE GREEN MILL. Nate's Special: https://youtu.be/pUOHgj78tRU Nate on Tour: Best Comedy in Bozeman, MT 7/21-22 Rumor's Comedy Club in Winnipeg, Manitoba 7/25-29