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Yuletide Tales and Melodies: A Festive Journey with Dan BarkerIt's the Holiday Episodes, and we're thrilled to bring you a daily dose of festive tranquility throughout December. Whether it's a timeless classic or a gem from the past, each episode is packed with holiday vibes. Today, we rewind to 2018 with a special guest - the ever-popular Dan Barker from sunny Florida!Dan kicks off by sharing his favourite holiday tunes and treating us to an unforgettable story about "The Christmas Song" (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire) and a chance encounter with the legendary Mel Tormé. Trust us, this tale is an absolute must-listen and might just be one of the best stories ever told on our podcast.The holiday journey continues as Dan reflects on the diverse festive experiences in New Brunswick, Canada, Florida, Nashville, and Massachusetts. In a surprising twist, Marco spots a holiday gator swimming by in the canal – only in Florida, right? Dan takes us back to his Nashville home with a tall artificial tree and delves into the musical magic of the holiday season in the heart of a music city.As the conversation unfolds, Dan shares anecdotes about Christmas concerts, the joy they bring, and a New Year's baby story from his band days that'll keep you hooked till the end. Ever wondered about the perfect Christmas day? Dan paints a vivid picture. Plus, don't miss his hear his Lionel train story that adds an extra layer of nostalgia to the festivities.But that's not all! Marco's father-in-law steps in to shares his father-in-laws' Santa tale, and Dan dishes out valuable advice on playing the perfect Santa – a skill worth its weight in holiday gold.Stay tuned for more holiday cheer throughout December! And while you're at it, connect with us on social media for updates, behind-the-scenes delights, and maybe even some festive surprises:
Part 1Stephanie Samuels is a psychotherapist who works exclusively with police officers. Ms. Samuels has lectured all over the country on PTSD and vicarious trauma, including undiagnosed PTSD and the fallout from departmental silence after officers are involved in critical incidents as well as how traumatic pasts play a part in an officer's career. Ms. Samuels is part of a renowned National Research Team looking into the role concussions play in the mental health of law enforcement officers and the potential connection to suicide. Ms. Samuels went on to create two law enforcement officer hotlines. She is the Founder and Director of COPLINE, Inc., the first Confidential National Law Enforcement Officers' Hotline in the country answered by retired officers. She is the general partner of The Counseling and Critical Incident Debriefing Center, LLC, which specializes in debriefing and long-term counseling of first responders and their families. She taught at the Monmouth County Police Academy for 16 years and has been a guest lecturer at The FBI Academy in Quantico. Ms. Samuels was hired after the Boston Bombing as the Clinical Director of the Boston Police Department Peer Support Unit and co-founded the LEADER (Law Enforcement Active Duty Emergency Responder) Program at Harvard's McLean Hospital. Ms. Samuels has co-authored Under the Blue Shadow: Clinical and Behavioral Perspectives on Police Suicide with Dr. John Violanti Ms. Samuels writes the "Dear Steph" column for the New Jersey State Fraternal Order of Police Newspaper. Ms. Samuels got her Bachelors degree from UCLA, a Masters degree in Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles, and a Masters degree in Social Work from Rutgers University, New Brunswick.Find Stephanie SamuelsCopLineFind Amanda ColemanIrish AngelAmanda InstagramIrish Angel InstagramTwitterFind The Suffering PodcastThe Suffering Podcast InstagramKevin Donaldson InstagramMike Failace InstagramBuzzsproutApple PodcastSpotifyFacebookTikTokYouTubeThe Suffering Podcast FamilyToyota of HackensackBetterHelp Discount Code SufferingGo to Betterhelp.com/Suffering for 10% off your first month.Support the showThe Suffering Podcast Instagram Kevin Donaldson Instagram TikTok YouTube
Today, Matt Powell explains to us why he believes in Noah's flood...and it's Matt Powell, so it kinda sucks.Cards:Just How Unsurvivable was the Flood?:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YN7dNQSbmjs"Soft Dinosaur Tissue" : Is Mark Armitage a Fraud?:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8vqa6TIQEkMy 20 Year Old Source is 145 Years Old!:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_7o458XFWoThe Self Debunker Strikes Again!:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfDQjGE1c8oOriginal Video: https://tinyurl.com/ywa79vcsSources:Paleobiology Database Navigator: https://tinyurl.com/z6e2dnbRe-evaluating Moodie's Opisthotonic-Posture Hypothesis in Fossil Vertebrates Part I: Reptiles—the taphonomy of the bipedal dinosaurs Compsognathus longipes and Juravenator starki from the Solnhofen Archipelago: https://tinyurl.com/yur5r75sThe opisthotonic posture of vertebrate skeletons: postmortem contraction or death throes?: https://tinyurl.com/ypmhn8mcNew analysis finds that dinosaurs and pterosaurs, were denser, and therefore, heavier than we thought: https://tinyurl.com/ypy4cu9gDoesn't the Order of Fossils in the Rock Record Favor Long Ages? (Answers in Genesis): https://tinyurl.com/2edlpp9rCretaceous Small Scavengers: Feeding Traces in Tetrapod Bones from Patagonia, Argentina: https://tinyurl.com/yuay9j9jUV Autofluorescence Microscopy of Dinosaur Bone Reveals Encapsulation of Blood Clots within Vessel Canals: https://tinyurl.com/yux8fhhaPushing Raman spectroscopy over the edge: purported signatures of organic molecules in fossil animals are instrumental artefacts: https://tinyurl.com/ykae5t9aRaman spectroscopy is a powerful tool in molecular paleobiology: An analytical response to Alleon et al.: https://tinyurl.com/ypm7ulf9When Triceratops Was a Giant Bison: https://tinyurl.com/ymac5r9cJournal metrics: https://tinyurl.com/ymgvozmsActa Histochemica Journal Insights: https://tinyurl.com/ykedwqdbFossilized Clams Had Evidence of a Meteorite Impact Inside Them: https://tinyurl.com/2e5hf3dbEstimation of recent peat accumulation with tree saplings: https://tinyurl.com/yqa379jnAcadian geology the geological structure, organic remains and mineral resources of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island: https://tinyurl.com/yooesd5lWhy was most of the Earth's coal made all at once?: https://tinyurl.com/yq7cfurcMining for Gigantic Fossil Snakes: https://tinyurl.com/ywgrohdxThe Imperative Of Non-stationary Natural Law In Relation To Noah's Flood (CRSQ Volume 27, 1990): https://tinyurl.com/2n2kv6gcSlab melting versus slab dehydration in subduction-zone magmatism: https://tinyurl.com/ylawt7wuSlab stagnation due to a reduced viscosity layer beneath the mantle transition zone: https://tinyurl.com/ypm7rlrxSubducting-slab transition-zone interaction: Stagnation, penetration and mode switches: https://tinyurl.com/yusj3e5uRunaway Subduction: https://tinyurl.com/ynqbg63c3-D Finite Element Simulation of the Global Tectonic Changes Accompanying Noah's Flood: https://tinyurl.com/yuuo55jgAll my various links can be found here:http://links.vicedrhino.com
Human rights lawyer Noura Erakat debunks the Biden Administration's claim that Israel is not engaging in genocide. Then Rabbi Yaakov Shapiro explains why Zionism is antisemitic. Noura Erakat is a human rights attorney, Associate Professor of Africana Studies and the Program of Criminal Justice at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. She recently completed a non-resident fellowship of the Religious Literacy Project at Harvard Divinity School and was a Mahmoud Darwish Visiting Professor in Palestinian Studies at Brown University. Noura is the author of Justice for Some: Law and the Question of Palestine (Stanford University Press, 2019), which received the Palestine Book Award and the Bronze Medal for the Independent Publishers Book Award in Current Events/Foreign Affairs. She is co-founding editor of Jadaliyya and an editorial board member of the Journal of Palestine Studies as well as Human Geography. She is a co-founding board member of the DC Palestinian Film and Arts Festival. She has served as Legal Counsel for a Congressional Subcommittee in the U.S. House of Representatives, as Legal Advocate for the Badil Resource Center for Palestinian Refugee and Residency Rights, and as national organizer of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation. Noura has also produced video documentaries, including "Gaza In Context" and "Black Palestinian Solidarity.” Her writings have appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Nation, Al Jazeera, and The Boston Review. She is a frequent commentator on CBS News, CNN, MSNBC, CBS, Fox News, the BBC, and NPR, among others. Her awards include the NLG Law for the People Award (2021) and the Marguerite Casey Foundation Freedom Scholar award (2022). Yaakov Shapiro is an international speaker, author, and pulpit rabbi for over 30 years, now emeritus. He has attained an enviable place in the arena of anti-Zionist public intellectuals, having constructed a unique oeuvre on the ideology of Zionism and its relationship to Judaism. After graduating high school at age 16, Rabbi Shapiro dedicated himself to full-time study of religion, becoming the protégé of some of the most well-regarded rabbinic scholars in Orthodoxy. Among his areas of research are religious philosophy, analytic theology, Talmud, Halachah, and Biblical exegesis. At age 19 he published his first book, משפטי הבירורים, a collection of original expositions on rabbinic principles of tort adjudication. His other books include חלקת השדה, a commentary on Judaic laws governing land disputes (2000); צדה לדרך, a commentary on Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato's exposition of God as the Necessary Being (2009); and שופריה דיעקב, a compendium of original Biblical exegeses (2017). His most recent work, The Empty Wagon: Zionism's Journey from Identity Crisis to Identity Theft (2018), a 1381-page treatise on the differences between Judaism and Zionism, is the most comprehensive work written on the subject and considered by many to be definitive. Rabbi Shapiro's videos on Zionism have been seen by millions of viewers worldwide and translated into several foreign languages. His 7-minute video on President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has been viewed over 1.8 million times. He has lectured for live audiences of thousands. Rabbi Shapiro is a recipient of the Community Leadership Award from Agudath Israel of America; the Keser Torah Award from Yeshiva Torah Vodaath; Harbotzas Torah award from Yeshiva Bais Yisroel; Parent of the Year Award from Bnos Yisroel; and a post-rabbinical scholarship award from the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. ***Please support The Katie Halper Show *** For bonus content, exclusive interviews, to support independent media & to help make this program possible, please join us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/thekatiehalpershow Get your Katie Halper Show Merch here! https://katiehalper.myspreadshop.com/all Follow Katie on Twitter: @kthalps
The impact of rising rent is being felt across the country — and with more people on the edge of affording rent, some municipalities are looking at rent banks as a possible solution. Matt Galloway discusses this with Gladys Wong, executive director of Neighbourhood Information Post; and a panel of Melissa Giles, managing director of the BC Rent Bank, and Tobin Leblanc Haley, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of New Brunswick.
In E251, Suman, a relatively new player in real estate, shares his experiences and challenges. The discussion emphasizes his diverse investments across multiple regions, including Alberta, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Ohio, and potential ventures in Texas. Suman introduces the concept of "good stress," expressing satisfaction in his real estate ventures despite challenges, particularly highlighting positive cash flow from Cleveland projects. The episode provides a comprehensive view of Suman's journey, touching on lifestyle, his Indian background, and various facets of his real estate career. Disclaimer: This episode, as with every episode of this podcast, should NOT be considered as advice. Investment advice is NEVER given on this show. Always consult a competent investment advisor before making an investment decision. Sponsors: Control and Compound Financial https://www.controlandcompound.com/andrewhines District Reit: https://districtreit.ca/ Andrew Hines Coaching Program: http://www.andrew-hines.com/coaching Events and Other: GTA West REI Meetup: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gtawestrei Connect with Suman Chakraborty: Website: https://www.knowledgediversity.com/ Partner Website: https://venturecocapital.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sumanchakraborty1985/ Andrew Hines Audio · E251 A Newcomer's Real Estate Triumph with Suman Chakraborty LISTEN TO THE PODCAST Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-andrew-hines-real-estate-investing-podcast/id1453461753 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2ND7vIkJhmIEEk73aCwKhE FOLLOW ON SOCIALS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theandrewhines Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theandrewhines Twitter: https://twitter.com/theandrewhines LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/theandrewhines TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@therealandrewhines
Kelly Lamrock is New Brunswick's Child and Youth Advocate.
Child and youth advocate Kelly Lamrock says nothing is more important than learning to read by the end of Grade 3, but, in New Brunswick, we're heading in the wrong direction. Test scores show kids are struggling with this essential life skill. Lamrock speaks with host Julia Wright about the changes needed to improve literacy in this province.
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Child and Youth Advocate Kelly Lamrock says nothing is more important than learning to read by the end of Grade 3, and in New Brunswick we're heading in the wrong direction.
Explore the crucial art of recruiting top talent so that you can build an unstoppable team. It's all about finding the perfect fit for specific tasks and the value they bring.In this episode, Jordan West and Joel MacPherson, Co-Founder of True Ops share the challenges of hiring and scaling teams, emphasizing the need for talent density and a proper qualifying process. They also shared valuable insights on hiring locally or internationally, especially in Argentina and the Philippines. Listen and learn in this episode!Key takeaways from this episode:Focus on building a hiring process that identifies the right talent for your business.Consider outsourcing or hiring internationally based on specific role requirements.Stay updated on big companies setting up in certain locations for hiring and cultural alignment opportunities.Take advantage of currency differences in hiring decisions to gain a competitive advantage.Break down the organization into manageable chunks and establish internal checks for accountability.Identify areas of the business with a clear return on investment when making the first hire.Recommended App/Tool:Breezy HR: https://breezy.hr/Bryq: https://www.bryq.com/Test Gorilla: https://www.testgorilla.com/Superpowered: https://superpowered.me/Airtable: https://www.airtable.com/Sandler: https://www.sandler.com/Recommended Book/Podcast:Spin Selling: https://www.amazon.com/SPIN-Selling-Neil-Rackham/dp/0070511136Today's Guest:Joel MacPherson, Co-Founder of TrueOps, is a firm believer in breaking the rules and finding unconventional approaches to success. He values the principle of minimizing management overhead and maximizing individual contributions. Connect and learn more about Joel and TrueOps:Website: https://www.trueops.ai/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joel-macpherson-cpa/Improve your gross margins by up to 40%! Why Portless? Direct Shipping: From China to customers in just 6-8 days Domestic Feel: Custom packaging, local tracking from carriers Cost-Effective: Slash those cargo shipping and customs fees Cash Flow Positive: No more tied-up cash flow in inventory. Relieve yourself of frozen cash within a couple of days. Be Q4 Ready! Check out Portless for seamless fulfillment solutions, free sample product here: https://bit.ly/3SzOi0Z Get 5 Offers for 2 Products (10 in total) along with 10 highly engaging tried and true creatives, 30 captivating headlines, descriptions, and ad texts sent to you for only $99. Go to https://www.upgrowthcommerce.com/offer and order now - this offer is only available for a limited time.We love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here: upgrowthcommerce.com/grow Join our community and connect with other eCommerce brand owners and marketers! https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretstoscalingpodcast
This week Zac from mrzakk machine joined us to talk about the pros and cons of 3D printing and 3D printed items in the sport of paintball. Support us by supporting our ad sponsors Save 10% with code "BIGDADDYG" Defconpaintballgear.com Experience one of New Brunswick's premier paintball fields. Moncton Paintball --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maritimepaintballpodcast/message
The University of Alberta fired the head of its campus sexual assault centre after she signed an open letter calling reports of sexual violence during Hamas's Oct. 7 attack on Israel an “unverified accusation.” What the hell was she thinking? Whatever happened to believing survivors? And what's with union leaders and Pride Centre execs signing on, too? Is anybody actually thinking this through? 3:05 | Ariella Kimmel and Kristin Raworth talk to us about the "so-called feminists" who signed the open letter, and why it's inherently anti-Semitic. READ THEIR PIECE: https://www.readtheline.ca/p/kristin-raworth-and-ariella-kimmel SEE WHO ELSE SIGNED THE OPEN LETTER: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeQunbQuMjaKhUF90LqP7rmRPYLGHzSX5FjPMzHPC-rVPromw/viewform?pli=1 34:50 | Charles Adler might still be a bit stunned by what happened to his Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the final 20 seconds of the Grey Cup. We talk CFL, unions making political endorsements, and whether or not Canadians still care about the environment (based on a recent Angus Reid poll). 1:14:10 | Real Talker Stacey writes in from New Brunswick in response to our November 17 Real Talk Round Table on Canada's affordability crisis. 1:17:45 | Real Talker Landon shares the story of Ronald McNair, whose left an amazing legacy despite his tragic death at just 35 years of age. Positive Reflections is presented Mondays on Real Talk by our friends at Kuby Renewable Energy. SEND US YOUR POSITIVE REFLECTION: firstname.lastname@example.org GET A FREE SOLAR QUOTE: https://kubyenergy.ca/ BECOME A REAL TALK PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/ryanjespersen WEBSITE: https://ryanjespersen.com/ FOLLOW US ON TIKTOK, TWITTER, & INSTAGRAM: @realtalkrj THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR SPONSORS! https://ryanjespersen.com/sponsors The views and opinions expressed in this show are those of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Relay Communications Group Inc. or any affiliates.
It was two months ago that New Brunswick's Social Development Minister said the plan was to open what it calls "out-of-the-cold hubs" in Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John. Warren Maddox, executive director of the Fredericton Homeless Shelters, isn't running the new hub - but he is part of the larger plan to keep people who are experiencing homelessness safe this winter. He sat down with the CBC's Aidan Cox.
Pay transparency laws in a trio of provinces could have a major effect on pay gap issues in the workplace. Shauna Cole, a chartered professional in human resources in Saint John and founder of HireDiverse.ca, explains how and tells us why New Brunswick needs to follow suit.
Can coastal and ocean development happen without affecting the health of the ocean and marine ecosystems, and the economic viability and wellbeing of coastal communities? In this episode, Michael speaks with: Rob Stephenson, Fisheries and Oceans & University of New Brunswick, Canada Gerald Singh, University of Victoria, Canada Brennan Lowery, Navigate Entrepreneurship Centre, Canada John Norman, Mayor of Bonavista, Canada Ocean Frontier Institute
What is "INNERG" & Who's a "BIG D"? FIS Ep.145 ft. UFC's Charles Johnson and Canadian Willow Morton Another week with two amazing guests! First, Charles Johnson is a UFC flyweight on a mission who fights this weekend at UFC Allen vs. Craig! But first, he stops by to discuss his nickname, his friendship with Commander Dale Brown of DUST, and so much more! Then, we talk to young amateur MMA fighter Willow Morton out of Toronto, Canada, who was set to debut with Fight League Atlantic at FLA 12 in New Brunswick, but unfortunately, the bout was canceled last minute. Find out the meaning of her CRAZY nickname and how she went from beauty pageant walkways to the cage! It's a great episode, and we hope you enjoy it! So what are we waiting for?! LET'S TALK!!! Of course, please be sure to check out FLA 12 on November 18th, and the weigh-in show on the 17th hosted by Timmy B! FLA is an INCREDIBLE organization supporting Canadian talent and is one HELL of a show! You don't want to miss it!!! Check out the weigh-ins on their IG page or YouTube, and catch the PPV LIVE or purchase it at https://www.fightleagueatlantic.com !!! For sponsorship opportunities, to purchase our shirt/tank top, or to find out how you can be a guest on the show, please email us at email@example.com Finally, and most importantly, please follow/subscribe/leave a 5-star rating, and be sure to tell your friends about us! Guest Links Raine's IG: https://www.instagram.com/ringsideraine/INNERG's IG: https://www.instagram.com/innergmma/ INNERG TV: https://www.youtube.com/@innerG_tv Willow's IG: https://www.instagram.com/willowmorton/ Links FIGHT IN SIGHT IG: https://www.instagram.com/fightinsightpodcast/FIGHT IN SIGHT YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8ZW2w0va-VWeep_JtlhAjQ The views expressed on air during the Fight In Sight Podcast do not represent the views of the RAGE Works staff, partners, or affiliates. Listener discretion is advised.
Remembering Ron Hynes: December 7, 1950 – November 19, 2015. With guest artist Anita Best, a tribute to one of Canada's finest singer-songwriters, and, years before Ron's passing, in the view of music journalist and Canadian Bureau Chief of Billboard Magazine, Larry Leblanc, “Man of a Thousand Songs”, Ron Hynes…” is the best singer-songwriter in Canada today”.https://www.facebook.com/ron.moores.18
This week LeadfarmerPB joined Tom and Brad to discuss the role of a big game or scenario general and what they actually bring to the game. Support us by supporting our ad sponsors Save 10% with code "BIGDADDYG" Defconpaintballgear.com Experience one of New Brunswick's premier paintball fields. Moncton Paintball --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maritimepaintballpodcast/message
This week Tom and Brad announce the return of the Canadian Magfed Competition, a magfed only tactical competition hosted at Moncton Paintball. Support us by supporting our ad sponsors Save 10% with code "BIGDADDYG" Defconpaintballgear.com Experience one of New Brunswick's premier paintball fields. Moncton Paintball --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maritimepaintballpodcast/message
Moncton is getting more than $15 million dollars from the federal government to build nearly 500 housing units. But, the premier has raised concerns about jurisdictional creep, suggesting the federal government shouldn't be going around the province to make these deals happen. We speak with Dan Murphy with the Union of Municipalities in New Brunswick
Infectious disease researcher, Tara Moriarty, has an update on Covid activity in New Brunswick and beyond, and its implications this time of year.
'Tis the season for colds and flu, but there's also lots and lots of COVID-19 around. Infectious disease researcher, Tara Moriarty, gives us an update on COVID-19 activity in New Brunswick and beyond, and its implications.
Your hosts Kyle Stelter and Women Shaping Conservation Chair, Rebecca Peters welcome Courtney Devins to the podcast. Courtney is the Director of communications and marketing for the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF).We talk Advancing Women in Conservation and their recent conference held in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Courtney dives into the disparity of women in leadership roles in the conservation space and what SWF and AWIC are doing to tackle that issue. Courtney is a fierce advocate for women in the outdoor space and this is a conversation you do not want to miss.Talk is Sheep is brought to you by our Title Sponsor, Mountain Tough Fitness Labs.We partnered with MTNTOUGH Fitness Lab to help get you in shape and mentally stronger. Whether you are a veteran hunter or just starting, the MTNTOUGH app will take you to the next level. We've personally trained using the MTNTOUGH programs and we believe in it so much that we want to give you 6 weeks for free using code: SHEEPBCTalk is Sheep is the Official Podcast of the Wild Sheep Society of BC. The official sponsor of the Wild Sheep Society of BC is SITKA Gear and our Conservation Partners - Frontiersmen Gear, Gunwerks, Precision Optics, Schnee's, Stone Glacier, Swarovski Optik and YETI.er now at
In this episode of "Greetings From the Garden State," host Mike Ham engages in an enlightening conversation with Chris Paladino, the visionary behind the revolutionary Helix project in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The Helix, standing for the Health and Life Science Exchange, is a groundbreaking initiative designed to establish an innovation district uniting academia, large corporations, and startups in the health and life sciences. Paladino sheds light on the magnitude of the project, representing the largest investment in life science research in New Jersey's history, with a budget surpassing $800 million in its initial phase and a projected total investment nearing $2 billion.Throughout the discussion, Paladino, leveraging his background in law and extensive real estate development experience, reflects on his pivotal role in transforming New Brunswick. Previous successes such as the Heldrich Hotel, the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, and the College Avenue Redevelopment Project have contributed significantly to the city's growth, making it an attractive hub for living, working, and cultural engagement.The conversation also delves into the philosophy of community-centric development, emphasizing the Helix's goal to change city dynamics by creating vibrant communities rather than mere structures. This focus aims to attract talent and foster collaboration, particularly in crucial sectors like life sciences and technology. Positioned strategically in New Brunswick, the Helix leverages its proximity to Fortune 500 companies and Rutgers University's research capabilities to become a hub for innovation and research, driving economic growth and job opportunities.Paladino emphasizes the human impact of the Helix, envisioning groundbreaking discoveries that improve lives through therapies, medications, and devices developed within the project. Beyond scientific advancements, the Helix aspires to create a dynamic community that fosters collaboration and innovative solutions. The discussion expands to the statewide influence of innovation hubs, with Paladino tying in developments in Newark and Jersey City. The interconnected network aims to retain skilled professionals within New Jersey, positioning the state as a hub for innovation.Stay tuned to "Greetings From the Garden State" for more insightful conversations on New Jersey's innovation, growth, and community development. Explore the Helix project and Chris Paladino's endeavors through their official channels on HelixNJ.com, and join the conversation on social media using #HelixInnovation #NJInnovationHub #GreetingsFromNJ. Don't miss this episode where New Jersey's future is being shaped—tune in and be part of the transformation!Explore more about The Helix: https://firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: "Ride" by Jackson Pinesjacksonpines.comThank you to our sponsors:The Helix: helixnj.comNew Jersey Lottery: njlottery.comMake Cool Sh*t: makecoolshit.coUCS Advisors: ucsgreatness.comAlbert & Whitney CPAs: awcpasllc.comMayo Performing Arts Center: mayoarts.org/events-calendarOMG Tarot: omgtarot.comContact the show: email@example.comSupport the show
A new provincial program is looking to fill labour gaps in New Brunswick with retirees. Leslie Parham of the Retiree Employment Agency and Meredith Greene, who completed an employment contract earlier this year at the age of 69, speak with host Julia Wright about the program.
Hello to you listening in Fredricton, New Brunswick, Canada!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Motivate Your Monday and your host, Diane Wyzga.Question: Are origin and brand stories one and the same? Not at all. While origin stories and brand stories share similarities, they serve distinct purposes in the realm of storytelling and branding.Origin Story: An origin story typically focuses on how your work began, your journey, and the foundational moments that define professional or organizational identity. You've heard me talk about the "archeological dig" to get to your origin story. It's your Who. It precedes your Why. Origin stories often highlight the challenges you've overcome, your values, and the mission or purpose that drives your work. This is the most consequential story you'll ever create because it tells how you got from there to here, bringing your particular vision into existence.Brand Story: On the other hand, a brand story encompasses a broader narrative that builds on the foundational origin story. Its role is to show the ongoing evolution, present-day identity, and how the values, mission, and personality of the brand are incorporated in the process. It's your Why. This overall narrative shapes how the brand is perceived and how it connects with your audience.Question: Now that you know the difference between the stories that are key to building your identity and connecting with your audience, what motivates you to create and tell them? What's your project? How can I help?You're always invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, would you subscribe, share a 5-star rating + nice review on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time!Meanwhile, stop by my Quarter Moon Story Arts website to:✓ Check out What I Offer,✓ Arrange your free Story Start-up Session,✓ Opt In to my monthly NewsAudioLetter for bonus gift, valuable tips & techniques to enhance your story work, and✓ Stay current with Diane on LinkedIn.Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present Quarter Moon Story Arts. All rights reserved.
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Elias Makos kicks off the week with Andrew Caddell, a town councillor in Kamouraska, columnist for the Hill Times in Ottawa and President of the Task Force on Linguistic policy, and David Heurtel, Former Quebec liberal cabinet minister, Council at Fasken and political analyst. The Federation CJA and the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs is calling for the government to hire off-duty officers to guard Jewish schools and synagogues Meanwhile the Pro-Palestinian protest drew thousands of people downtown yesterday The premiers of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia are calling for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to meet with them to discuss their request for carbon price exemptions on not just home heating oil, but all forms of home heating
Interview with Marcel Robillard, CEO of Puma ExplorationsOur previous interview: https://youtu.be/U3ifBYsKwq0Recording date: 9th November 2023Puma Systematically Advancing Williams Brook Gold ProjectCanadian junior explorer Puma Exploration has made significant progress in expanding its Williams Brook gold project in New Brunswick over the past year. Recent results from drilling and surface trenching continue to demonstrate resource growth potential as the company methodically advances the asset.Drilling Extends High-Grade Lynx ZoneA core part of Puma's 2022 exploration program was 3,500 meters of drilling focused on expanding the high-grade Lynx Zone. Discovered in 2021, initial drilling returned exceptional grades up to 5 g/t gold over 50 meters from the surface at Lynx. However, continuity remained uncertain.The latest drilling appears to have confirmed consistent mineralization both at depth and along strike. Puma's CEO Marcel Robillard summarized the success: "We went from 50m depth to 200m depth. The system, if it's an orogenic system, can go up to 800m deep."In addition, the strike length has grown to over 700 meters and remains open. The consistency of intercepting the main 45-degree mineralized contact validates Puma's geological model, providing confidence for further growth.Assay results on the final 6 holes will be released soon. Visible gold in 12 out of 24 holes provides visual evidence of continuity.Surface Trenching Expands FootprintComplementing drilling, extensive trenching expanded the surface footprint 50% from Lynx to the new northeastern Tiger zone. The total strike length now proven at surface is approximately 1.5 kilometers and open. Additional cost-effective trenching is planned for 2023 to further extend the footprint before renewed drilling.Early Metallurgy Shows PotentialInitial metallurgical testing of Lynx mineralization returned exceptional recoveries up to 92% via simple gravity concentration with no chemical processing required. These early results showcase the potential for lower-cost processing with reduced environmental impact. Further studies are underway.Set for Expanded 2023 ExplorationWith positive results in hand, Puma plans expanded exploration in 2023 including further drilling, trenching, updated geological modeling, bulk sampling, and initial economic studies. The company is fully financed for these next steps with a solid cash balance and no need for near-term dilution.Puma's systematic approach is successfully defining a large, high-grade gold system with open pit potential in a premier mining jurisdiction. As exploration continues, Williams Brook appears poised to drive significant resource growth and value creation.—Learn more: https://cruxinvestor.com
Poppy Balser is a Canadian painter of maritime life and seascapes centered around the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. Poppy was born in St Stephen, New Brunswick growing up in its environs before crossing the bay to settle in Nova Scotia. She has spent a lifetime close to the sea developing a natural connection to its shoreline, which has given her a unique perspective and appreciation for it resources. Poppy is the oldest of three children—she has a brother Owen and sister Rosie—to parents Udo Buerkle, a German immigrant and scientist, and mother Beth, a potter and homemaker. With a number of artists on both sides of her family, Poppy was encouraged as a child to take an interest in arts with access to a variety of crafts but it would be later in life that she revisited her passion. Growing up in rural New Brunswick, Poppy attended Vincent Massey Elementary and Sir James Dunn Academy. She enjoyed the outdoors, especially the fishing village life and surroundings that would later make it a natural choice of subject for her paintings. In school, she enjoyed science and physics so it was no surprise that she chose pharmacy school at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia as the foundation for a career as a pharmacist. It was then that she met her future husband Robert who also became a pharmacist. The couple later moved to Digby, NS and, while raising two children - Nick and Alice, Poppy resumed her painting. She has taken several workshops with several artists that would become her mentors and inspiration. Poppy is an award winning artist participating in plein air festivals and competitions across North America. She is currently Vice President of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour (CSPWC). Poppy is represented by galleries, including Teichert Gallery in Halifax, Amicus Gallery in Chester, the Flight of Fancy in Bear River, Harvest Gallery in Wolfville as well as Camden Falls Gallery in Camden, Maine. Poppy's website: https://www.poppybalser.com/Instagram: @poppybalser Poppy's Playlist:Podcasts, news, current affairsRadioLabPop music Poppy's favorite women artists:Watercolorists: Shari Blaukopf of Montreal- fabulous sketcher and instructor Uma Kelkar of San Jose- urban sketcher, paints with abandon, is balancing two careers: engineer and painter, not afraid to experiment to make her art grow Linda Kemp, Ontario- beautiful painter, popular instructor Jean Pederson, Calgary, AB- fabulous painter, another one who welcomes experimentation in her art Oil painters: Nancy Tankersley, Easton, MD, gorgeous paintings, very skilled instructor. Nancy is one of the few (only?) woman instructor I have taken a workshop from Kathleen Hudson, Colorado Springs - balancing motherhood and painting Karen Blackwood, amazing seascapes, they take my breath away Barbara Jaenicke- paints snow like no one else, so stunning Olena Babak of Maine- beautiful light filled plein air paintings. I met Olena years ago at one of my first plein air events. Host: Chris StaffordProduced by Hollowell StudiosFollow @theaartpodcast on InstagramEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Poppy Balser is a Canadian painter of maritime life and seascapes centered around the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. Poppy was born in St Stephen, New Brunswick growing up in its environs before crossing the bay to settle in Nova Scotia. She has spent a lifetime close to the sea developing a natural connection to its shoreline, which has given her a unique perspective and appreciation for it resources. Poppy is the oldest of three children—she has a brother Owen and sister Rosie—to parents Udo Buerkle, a German immigrant and scientist, and mother Beth, a potter and homemaker. With a number of artists on both sides of her family, Poppy was encouraged as a child to take an interest in arts with access to a variety of crafts but it would be later in life that she revisited her passion. Growing up in rural New Brunswick, Poppy attended Vincent Massey Elementary and Sir James Dunn Academy. She enjoyed the outdoors, especially the fishing village life and surroundings that would later make it a natural choice of subject for her paintings. In school, she enjoyed science and physics so it was no surprise that she chose pharmacy school at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia as the foundation for a career as a pharmacist. It was then that she met her future husband Robert who also became a pharmacist. The couple later moved to Digby, NS and, while raising two children - Nick and Alice, Poppy resumed her painting. She has taken several workshops with several artists that would become her mentors and inspiration. Poppy is an award winning artist participating in plein air festivals and competitions across North America. She is currently Vice President of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour (CSPWC). Poppy is represented by galleries, including Teichert Gallery in Halifax, Amicus Gallery in Chester, the Flight of Fancy in Bear River, Harvest Gallery in Wolfville as well as Camden Falls Gallery in Camden, Maine. Poppy's website: https://www.poppybalser.com/Instagram: @poppybalser Poppy's Playlist:Podcasts, news, current affairsRadioLabPop music Poppy's favorite women artists:Watercolorists: Shari Blaukopf of Montreal- fabulous sketcher and instructor Uma Kelkar of San Jose- urban sketcher, paints with abandon, is balancing two careers: engineer and painter, not afraid to experiment to make her art grow Linda Kemp, Ontario- beautiful painter, popular instructor Jean Pederson, Calgary, AB- fabulous painter, another one who welcomes experimentation in her art Oil painters: Nancy Tankersley, Easton, MD, gorgeous paintings, very skilled instructor. Nancy is one of the few (only?) woman instructor I have taken a workshop from Kathleen Hudson, Colorado Springs - balancing motherhood and painting Karen Blackwood, amazing seascapes, they take my breath away Barbara Jaenicke- paints snow like no one else, so stunning Olena Babak of Maine- beautiful light filled plein air paintings. I met Olena years ago at one of my first plein air events. Host: Chris StaffordProduced by Hollowell StudiosFollow @theaartpodcast on InstagramEmail: email@example.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4769409/advertisement
Tara is excited to welcome Jerrod Edson to discuss his latest book, The Boulevard. Jerrod was born in St. John, New Brunswick and raised in the Kennebecasis Valley of southern New Brunswick. He graduated from Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, with a BA in English lit and history, studied journalism at Sheridan College, Oakville, ON, and received his teaching degree in 2007 from York University, Toronto, ON. Jerrod received the David Adams Richards Prize for Fiction for his book The Moon is Real (2016) and his novel The Goon (2010) was shortlisted for the ReLit Award. His sixth novel The Boulevard was published by Galleon Publishing in May 2023. Paintings mentioned in The Boulevard are listed in order on Jerrod's blog: https://jerrodedson.blogspot.com/2022/03/some-paintings-mentioned-in-boulevard.html Jerrod is currently reading: Shoeless Joe by W.P. Kinsella and The Town That Forgot How to Breathe by Kenneth J. Harvey. Instagram: @jerrodedson99
The CBC's provincial affairs reporter Jacques Poitras spoke to Hugh Williams from the Association of Human Service Counsellors of New Brunswick.
A movement which first gained traction in Republican States in the U.S. is taking root in Canada. “Parents' rights” is the idea that parents should have more control over what's being taught and talked about in Canadian schools – particularly when it comes to gender identity and sexual education.Saskatchewan and New Brunswick have recently adopted policies in which students under 16 would need parental consent to change their pronouns at school. Alberta premier, Danielle Smith and Ontario premier, Doug Ford have also mused about the importance of parental rights inside classrooms. At the heart of this are the students, whose voices are often missed in all the noise of this heated debate.Education reporter, Caroline Alphonso and National news reporter, Zosia Bielski spoke to some students about the movement. We hear from some of them and learn about what's behind this movement in Canada.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Ann Campbell is a clinical psychologist and a professor in the department of psychology at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John.
CW: References to self-harm. In this episode we're joined by Dr. Isaac T. Soon, who is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Crandall University in New Brunswick, and the author of A Disabled Apostle: Impairment and Disability in the Letters of Paul (published by Oxford University Press). Drawing upon the cultural model of disability, Dr. Soon explains that Paul likely had three kinds of disabilities, in terms of how these conditions were stigmatized in the ancient world, including: demonic oppression, circumcision, and dwarfism. Team members on the episode from The Two Cities include: Dr. John Anthony Dunne, Dr. Grace Emmett, and Dr. Grace Sangalang Ng.
In this episode of Creative Guts, co-hosts Laura Harper Lake and Sarah Wrightsman chat with Isabel (Izze) Ardito Lebo, the creative behind Cheeky Neighborhood.Originally from Portsmouth, NH, Izze possesses an unwavering passion for creation as she works in oil painting, drawing, sculpture, rug hooking, and tufting. She recently earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, Canada. In our conversation, we discuss the story behind Cheeky Neighborhood and her iconic star characters, the bias against some of her art mediums that she has faced from peers and professors, the difference between tufting and rug hooking and her journey to learning and teaching, and so much more. We also chat about her upcoming rug hooking workshop Creative Guts is co-hosting at Art Up Front Street in December! Learn about that event at www.creativegutspodcast.com/events.Check out Izze's cheeky work online at www.cheekyneighborhood.com; on Instagram at www.instagram.com/cheekyneighborhood; and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Cheekyneighborhood.Listen to this episode wherever you listen to podcasts or on our website www.CreativeGutsPodcast.com. Be friends with us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CreativeGutsPodcast and Instagram at www.Instagram.com/CreativeGutsPodcast. A special thank you to Art Up Front Street Studios and Gallery in Exeter for providing a space where Creative Guts can record! This episode is sponsored in part by the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts. Thank you to our friends in Rochester for their support of the show.If you love listening, consider making a donation to Creative Guts! Our budget is tiny, so donations of any size make a big difference. Learn more about us and make a tax deductible donation at www.CreativeGutsPodcast.com.
Bernard Richard is New Brunswick's former ombud and child and youth advocate.
Monique Pereira of Petit-Cap is founder and president of the new chapter.
Tune in to hear about triploid and single-sex aquaculture fish populations, how we can genetically safeguard against fish farm escapees, the ongoing concerns around aquatic invasive in New Brunswick, and the notion of animal sentience which connects to animal ethics. Remember: we must all make an effort to understand the science around us. Get in touch with us! The Fisheries Podcast is on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @FisheriesPod Become a Patron of the show: https://www.patreon.com/FisheriesPodcast Buy podcast shirts, hoodies, sticker, and more: https://teespring.com/stores/the-fisheries-podcast-fan-shop Thanks as always to Andrew Gialanella for the fantastic intro/outro music. The Fisheries Podcast is a completely independent podcast, not affiliated with a larger organization or entity. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the podcast. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by the hosts are those of that individual and do not necessarily reflect the view of any entity with those individuals are affiliated in other capacities (such as employers).
Denise is the President and CEO of The Caring Place, a licensed educator, author, consultant, and international presenter. She has provided ongoing training and strategic planning in school districts and non-profits from Indiana to New Brunswick, Canada. Twice inducted into the Northwest Indiana Society of Innovators, Denise has been honored with several community impact awards and has presented at many national conferences. Denise is also a contributing author to the 2012 Handbook of Pro-Social Education.Denise has a BA in Education from Purdue University, an MS in Media and Technology from Indiana State, and trained in educational leadership with Dr. Richard Manatt from Iowa State.GreatNews.Life and Podcast Host Jenny Craig-Brown have transformed the All About the Girls annual event into a podcast! These monthly episodes feature incredible women giving the audience all the insight about what makes them happy, successful, and motivational. New episodes launch on Sundays to make sure to start your week on a positive note! The All About the Podcast is brought to you by GreatNews.Life
"Transform adversity into your competitive advantage." A phrase perhaps heard in any number of motivational talks you've attended, or hard lessons when "life happens" in its many forms and fashions. Our guest today, Mark Black, has experienced adversity we've never encountered before on this show - and that's saying a lot! For you see, Mark was essentially given a death sentence at the age of 23 when he was told he had congestive heart failure and lung failure. And he needed a transplant of both organs, and from the same donor!Against the odds, Mark received his transplant, and went on to inspire everyone around him by running marathons and using his incredible story to encourage those who are going through their own brand of adversity.Enjoy today's show!In this interview with Mark, you'll learn:-Mark's journey through multiple abnormalities from day one...05:00-Challenges faced throughout childhood after multiple heart surgeries...09:00-Mark's parents' strategies for teaching resilience and learning from consequences...12:45-Dealing with congestive heart failure and a heart transplant during the college years...15:00-Where was Mark internally and spiritually while essentially living in a hospital?...20:46-Acceptance and adaptation are the key elements of the journey to resilience...26:30-The Call comes letting know the donated organs are available...29:15-Reactions spiritually, physically and mentally to carry another person's organs...32:30-The thought process leading to the decision to run marathons after the transplants...35:00-Advice to anyone going through immense challenges emotionally or physically...39:15-Mark's ministry to others in light of overcoming his challenges...43:00Mark's bio and social handles:TED Talk with Mark BlackMark's personal websiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInMark Black is the only man in history to have run a marathon with someone else's heart and lungs. Born with a life-threatening heart defect, Mark survived two dangerous open-heart surgeries before the age of one. Twenty-two years later, after waiting on the transplant list for nearly a year, Mark was blessed to survive a perilous heart and double-lung transplant,Three years later, he ran his first full marathon. Then he did it, three more times. A resilience expert, speaker, coach, and author, Mark helps people “Break Through” their limitations and transform adversity into their competitive advantage. He is a Certified Speaking Professional has inspired more than 200,000 people at more than 600 organizations including Exxon Mobil and Mercedes Benz. Mark lives in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada with his wife Marise and their three children; Emma, Matteo, and Caleb. Call to action:To learn more about Wendie and her Visibly Fit program, visit wendiepett.comTo find out more about Todd and his coaching program for men, find him on the web at toddisberner.com.All the links you need to subscribe to the podcast are at both our websites! And if you feel so inclined, we'd be honored if you were to leave a rating and review of our show. It definitely helps with us being more visible to more people.And if we like it, we might just read...
Fear. We've all felt it. Sometimes it's paranormal, sometimes it's not but we all know the emotion. On this very special Halloween episode of Ghosts 'N Bears we talk about our top three most terrifying experiences and what occurred that made us so terrified. THE episode we had planned on doing was a whole OTHER episode but that was taken from us beyond our control and I feel it was very offSIDE. If you listen to the episode you'll totally get the joke in here. So sit back, relax and reflect as we discuss Fear, and the times in our lives we felt it the strongest. We will be back next episode with our usual blend of history and hauntings, but for this episode we're simply going to say....... Happy Halloween!
It's Hump Day! Emma speaks with Sophia Moccio and Aaron Habrack, ICU nurses at the Robert Wood Johnson (RWJ) hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey, to discuss the recent developments in their strike, which has lasted over 75 days. Then, Emma is joined by Bhaskar Sunkara, president of The Nation, to discuss his recent piece in The Guardian on the 40th anniversary of the coup in Grenada. First, Emma runs through updates on Israel's bombarding of a blockaded Gaza, the UN Secretary General's calls for a ceasefire, DeSantis' crackdown on pro-Palestine action, and the potential speakership of Mike Johnson. Sophia Moccio and Aaron Habrack then join, first reflecting on the 83 days that they and the other RWJ Nurses have been on strike and the severe backlash that they've faced at the hands of RWJ management, before stepping back to assess the conditions that pushed the nurses to this point, with a particular focus on the over-working and under-staffing that led to poor patient care. After looking at the massive role RWJ plays within both New Brunswick and New Jersey writ large, Sophia and Habrack tackle the legislative reform they're hoping New Jersey will institute, and how we – on the outside – can help. Bhaskar Sunkara then jumps right into the forgotten story of the only successful socialist revolution in the anglophone world – that of Grenada – and what we can learn from its memory 40 years after a US invasion crushed it. After briefly exploring the role that socialist internationalism – particularly with Cuba – played in bolstering this revolution (and the US' opposition to it), Bhaskar steps back to walk Emma through the conditions of the absurd and corrupt rule of Eric Gairy that primed the radicalizing afro-Caribbean population for revolution, exploring how some 50 people drew on popular support to overthrow a regime of thousands. Next, Sunkara and Emma run through the overwhelming and immediate success of the socialist policies under Maurice Bishop, as well as the incredible effort it took from an incredibly small movement, before wrapping up with the eventual decline of Bishop's regime and the Regan-backed overthrow of his party after four short years in power. And in the Fun Half: Emma discusses the Peter Thiel–SBF origin connections, explores Eric Toller and the NYT's visual investigation into Israel's role in the bombing of al-Ahli Arab Hospital, and why such reporting is so important. Sandy from Ontario expands on yesterday's discussion about the ostracization and marginalization of Sarah Jamma from Canadian politics, the Speakership of anti-gay, anti-choice, and election-denying bigot Mike Johnson, and the GOP's continuing attack on Social Security. Yosef from Israel on his appreciation for MR's Reporting (and a small piece of context), and Barnaby Raine touches on the UK's anti-Semitic panic, plus, your calls and IMs! Find out more about the RWJ nurses strike here: https://jacobin.com/2023/10/robert-wood-johnson-hospital-nurses-strike-new-jersey-short-staffing https://linktr.ee/rwjnursesunited Check out Bhaskar's piece here: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2023/oct/25/the-us-invaded-the-island-of-grenada-40-years-ago-the-legacy-of-revolution-lives-on Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com: https://fans.fm/majority/join Subscribe to the ESVN YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/esvnshow Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here: https://am-quickie.ghost.io/ Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store: https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ Get the free Majority Report App!: http://majority.fm/app Check out today's sponsors: LiquidIV: Grab your Liquid I.V. Hydration Multiplier Sugar-Free in bulk nationwide at Costco or you can get 20% off when you go to https://liquidiv.com and use code MAJORITYREP at checkout. That's 20% off ANYTHING you order when you shop better hydration today using promo code MAJORITYREP at https://liquidiv.com. Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn @BradKAlsop Check out Matt's show, Left Reckoning, on Youtube, and subscribe on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/leftreckoning Subscribe to Brandon's show The Discourse on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/ExpandTheDiscourse Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Check out Matt Binder's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/mattbinder Check out Ava Raiza's music here! https://avaraiza.bandcamp.com/ The Majority Report with Sam Seder - https://majorityreportradio.com/
Extreme trigger warning for graphic content, please exercise caution. In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness month, we continue our conversation with Colette Martin, a survivor of Intimate Partner Violence and advocate who has helped pass laws in New Brunswick, Canada where she lives. Colette explains what Bill 17 is and how it can help alert you if your potential partner has a history of violence and may be a threat. Colette also shares the further trauma she suffered at the hands of a physician who treated her life threatening injuries after the attack by her ex-boyfriend. You will not believe the rest of her story.#October #DomesticViolenceAwareness #IntimatePartnerViolence #Femicide #CoerciveControl #DisclosePastViolentBehavior #TreatVictimsWithRespect #UnprofessionalDoctors #DoctorsWhoHurt #Survivors #TrueCrime #Podcast #ExpertAnalysis #FBI #NewScotlandYard #CriminalBehaviorProfilersYou can learn more about Bill 17 the Disclosure to Protect Against Intimate Partner Violence Act here:https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/intimate-partner-violence-bill-law-1.6688783Learn more about “She Is Your Neighbor” awareness project and short documentary created by the Women's Crisis Service of Waterloo Region here:https://www.sheisyourneighbour.comFind out more about Australia's W.H.Y campaign (We Hear You) https://www.facebook.com/thewhycampaignteam/Follow us and continue the conversationOn Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/realcrimeprofile/?hl=enOn Twitterhttps://twitter.com/realcrimeprofilOn Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/realcrimeprofile/SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE - CALL 988If you're thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States.988 is now active across the United States. This new, shorter phone number will make it easier for people to remember and access mental health crisis services. (Please note, the previous 1-800-273-TALK (8255) number will continue to function indefinitely.)>>>>>>>>> SUPPORT OUR OTHER SHOWS
EXTREME TRIGGER WARNING. Today we interview Colette Martin who takes us through the harrowing night she was attacked by her former intimate partner, months after he had moved out from the home they shared, months after he had already started a new relationship with another woman. Colette, a mom with a young son, living in the New Brunswick region of Canada, didn't know how to recognize the red flags in her ex-boyfriend and had no way of knowing he was a ticking time bomb who was planning to murder her, in front of her child, in plain sight of her parents' house who lived next door. Laura illuminates all of the warning signs of coercive control that he displayed. Amazingly, Colette survived and has gone on to help other vulnerable women and change laws in Canada.Colette is part of the “She Is Your Neighbor” awareness project and short documentary created by the Women's Crisis Service of Waterloo Region. You can hear more amazing stories of strength here:https://www.sheisyourneighbour.comYou can read about the legislation Colette helped pass here:https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/intimate-partner-violence-bill-law-1.6688783#Survivor #Victim #Shero #CoerciveControl #IntimatePartnerViolence #DomesticAbuse #realcrimeprofile #TrueCrime #podcast #ExpertAnalysis #FBI #NewScotlandYard #CriminalBehavior #BehaviorAnalysis Follow us and continue the conversationOn Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/realcrimeprofile/?hl=enOn Twitterhttps://twitter.com/realcrimeprofilOn Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/realcrimeprofile/SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE - CALL 988If you're thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States.988 is now active across the United States. This new, shorter phone number will make it easier for people to remember and access mental health crisis services. (Please note, the previous 1-800-273-TALK (8255) number will continue to function indefinitely.)>>>>>>>>> SUPPORT OUR OTHER SHOWS