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    Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis
    Senate Passes EV Credit, Indonesia Nickel, Canada Lobbying, Shanghai, Lucid (08.08.22)

    Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 12:35 Very Popular


    ➤ The US Senate passes huge EV tax credit ➤ Link to marked-up EV bill: https://bit.ly/3OMSWmK ➤ Full explanation video: https://youtu.be/7yAdviya7Ls ➤ Tesla reportedly secures huge nickel contracts with Indonesian suppliers ➤ Tesla encourages Ontario to increase manufacturing incentives ➤ Giga Shanghai updates ➤ Elon Musk comments on FSD Beta ➤ Lucid reports earnings ➤ Schedule update Shareloft: https://www.shareloft.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/teslapodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tesladailypodcast Tesla Referral: https://ts.la/robert47283 Executive producer Jeremy Cooke Executive producer Troy Cherasaro Executive producer Andre/Maria Kent Executive producer Jessie Chimni Executive producer Michael Pastrone Executive producer Richard Del Maestro Executive producer John Beans Music by Evan Schaeffer Disclosure: Rob Maurer is long TSLA stock & derivatives

    The John Batchelor Show
    #Canada: Ontario: The SEC of Ontario never sleeps & What is to be done? Conrad Black, The National Post.

    The John Batchelor Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 9:35


    Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Canada: Ontario: The SEC of Ontario never sleeps & What is to be done? Conrad Black, The National Post.  https://nationalpost.com/opinion/conrad-black-ontarios-frankenstein-monster-of-a-securities-regulator-must-be-tamed

    Design MBA
    Diversifying Your Income Sources - Femke (Senior Product Designer @ Wealthsimple)

    Design MBA

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 47:01


    Femke Van Schoonhoven is a senior product designer at Wealthsimple though previously worked at Uber Eats on the merchant experience. Prior to that, she worked on the driver experience focusing on money and payments across the world. You can often find Femke creating videos on YouTube, hiking around Ontario or cycling. Femke currently lives in Toronto, Canada. INTERVIEW VIDEO:https://youtu.be/XQ8HTc9ggTIARE YOU LOOKING TO JOIN A DESIGN COMMUNITY TO LEVEL UP?Check out Femke's design community - https://www.femke.design/communityCONNECT WITH FEMKETwitter - https://twitter.com/femkesvsYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/femkedesignInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/femkedotdesign/Website - https://www.femke.design/CONNECT WITH MELinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayneil Twitter - https://twitter.com/jayneildalal 

    Getting Connected
    What is workforce/workplace literacy?

    Getting Connected

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 13:25


    Join Ashley for a brief show about workforce/workplace literacy and its relevancy in today's economy. Links from the show: Project Read - Workplace Literacy https://projectread.ca/programs-and-services/services-for-employers/workplace-literacy/ This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario.

    Tech Nest: The Real Estate and Tech Show
    Design Driven Prefab Homes with Steve Glenn, CEO of Plant Prefab

    Tech Nest: The Real Estate and Tech Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 50:06


    More about Steve and Plant PrefabSteve Glenn, CEO, founded Plant Prefab in 2016 as an offshoot of the award-winning residential design studio, LivingHomes, which he founded in 2006. Previously, Glenn worked with the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) and managed the development of a $220 million program in Mozambique. He was also the founder and CEO of PeopleLink, a leading provider of enterprise community solutions; founding partner of idealab, a business incubation firm that raised and invested $1 billion in a number of successful companies; co-director of the Virtual Reality Studio at Walt Disney Imagineering; and co-founder of Clearview Software, which was sold to Apple Computer in 1988. He holds a BA with honors from Brown University, studied Urban Planning at Harvard Graduate School of Design, and was a Coro Fellow. Plant Prefab is the first Certified B Corporation™ building technology company dedicated to sustainable design, materials, and operations. The company's patented Plant Building System™ utilizes advanced digital modeling and fully customizable Plant Panels™ and Plant Modules™ to help architects, developers, general contractors, and individuals design and build multifamily and custom single-family homes 20 to 50 percent faster than site-based methods. The system provides better quality control, design flexibility, and time, cost, and material efficiency than traditional methods of offsite or on-site construction. Plant Prefab has two factories in California (Rialto, Ontario) and a design studio and show home in Santa Monica. With a mission to build a better world by design, Plant Prefab was the first housing prefabricator to announce a net zero goal and has achieved carbon neutrality in their operations since 2020. Plant Prefab is backed by leading investors including Amazon, Asahi Kasei, Gerdau Paris Ventures, Obvious Ventures, and others. Follow Steve on Twitter Connect with Steve on LinkedIn Follow Plant Prefab on Twitter Check out Plant Prefab

    iHeartRadio Presents: The Filter
    Kultureland Organizer Promises To Address Fuming Fans, Shania Twain Comes Home To Close Out 'Boots And Hearts' Festival, Flea Explains Why He Doesn't Like Posing For Pics With Fans, Beyoncé Tops U.S. Chart With Year's Biggest Album By Female Artist

    iHeartRadio Presents: The Filter

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:58


    Frustrated fans fuming about this past weekend's Kultureland Festival near Toronto may soon get some answers from organizers. A severe summer storm on Sunday night couldn't keep Shania Twain from closing out the Boots and Hearts festival in her native Ontario. Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea said last week that he's not big on posing for pics with fans. Beyoncé's Renaissance has become the first album by a female artist to top the U.S. chart since Adele's 30 ended its six-week run in January. Original Articles by John R. Kennedy: Kultureland Organizer Promises To Address Fuming Fans Shania Twain Comes Home To Close Out 'Boots And Hearts' Festival Flea Explains Why He Doesn't Like Posing For Pics With Fans Beyoncé Tops U.S. Chart With Year's Biggest Album By Female Artist

    AgAnnex Talks
    IWCA series: Mary Ruth McDonald

    AgAnnex Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 29:43


    Mary Ruth McDonald has always been interested in plants, which led her to the University of Guelph, the study of plant pathology, and an interest in crop protection. But it was a summer job as a pest management scout in Ontario's Holland Marsh that clarified what she wanted to do with those interests. Between her work as an OMAFRA pest management specialist and as a professor in the department of plant agriculture at the University of Guelph, McDonald has spent almost her entire career focusing on vegetable cropping in the unique agricultural production conditions of the Holland Marsh, acting as a bridge between research and application in the field. In this episode of AgAnnex Talks, McDonald, one of the 2022 Influential Women in Canadian Agriculture, speaks with Fruit and Vegetable and Top Crop Manager East editor Alex Barnard about trying new things, rolling with the punches and seeing research in action. https://annex.omeclk.com/portal/wts/uemcnr%7Cdqr%5EbaPo8ch38%5Ed3b8Bgb (IWCA) is a program created by the agricultural brands at Annex Business Media designed to recognize women who make a difference in Canada's ag industry and provide them with a platform to share their knowledge, triumphs and advice. Never miss an episode by subscribing to https://annex.omeclk.com/portal/wts/ugmcnr%7Ccq0Ddkyecrd2fyQ3Ljk7ja (AgAnnex Talks) on https://annex.omeclk.com/portal/wts/ugmcnr%7Ccq0Ddkyecrd2fyQ4ajk7ja (Apple Podcasts), https://annex.omeclk.com/portal/wts/ugmcnr%7Ccq0Ddkyecrd2fyQ4qjk7ja (Google Podcasts), https://annex.omeclk.com/portal/wts/ugmcnr%7Ccq0Ddkyecrd2fyQ46jk7ja (Spotify) or wherever you listen to podcasts. Special thanks to https://www.cropscience.bayer.ca/en/ (Bayer Crop Science), platinum sponsor of the 2022 Influential Women in Canadian Agriculture program.

    Around the Rheum
    Episode 24: Clinical Pearls and Medical Mysteries #1 - with Dr. Sarah Hansen

    Around the Rheum

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 58:31


    "The Patient is a 19-year-old woman of Filipino descent but born in Canada, previously healthy apart from a history of eczema, for which she is not taking any treatment. She had traveled to France on a gap year and while she was there she developed a skin rash that was worse on sun exposure. She also noticed increased hair loss, shortness of breath, dry cough, and arthralgias."  Dr Sarah Hansen, a recent graduate from the UBC Rheumatology program and an incoming Fellow at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) joins Dan and Janet for our first Medical Mysteries episode. Step-by-step, Sarah lays out what proves to be an increasingly difficult case to our in-house Holmes and Watson. Will Janet and Dan crack it?  You'll have to listen to find out, but we can guarantee you an episode 'chock-full' of clinical pearls.  Dr. Janet Pope is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Rheumatology at the University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine, London, Ontario. She is also the Division Head in Rheumatology at St. Joseph's Health Centre in London. Dr. Daniel Ennis is a Rheumatologist and Vasculitis Specialist at the University of British Columbia. Special Thanks: Around the Rheum is produced by the Canadian Rheumatology Association's Communications Committee. A special thank you to the podcast team, Dr. Dax G. Rumsey (CRA Communications Committee Chair), Dr. Daniel Ennis (Host), David McGuffin (Producer, Explore Podcast Productions), Leslie Ishimwe (Marketing and Communications Director, CRA) for leading production.Our theme music was composed by Aaron Fontwell. For more on the work of the Canadian Rheumatology Association, visit rheum.ca

    Justice with John Carpay
    S03E30 "We Continue to Follow the Science"

    Justice with John Carpay

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:37


    After John gives us an update on the Aug 11 Justice Centre Award dinner in Calgary (99% chance Tamara Lich will attend), we key off a Rupa Subramanya article--about the government having no science to support their travel bans--to discuss some of the procedural issues in the Covid court challenges. This includes attempts by governments to have cases declared "moot." John then turns his attention to the University of Toronto which is reinstating a vaccine mandate. We "follow the science" the UofT links to in support of their mandate, a website called "This is our shot, Canada."Rupa Subramanya in Common Sense, Aug 2, 2022: Court Documents Reveal Canada's Travel Ban Had No Scientific BasisJustice Centre, Jul 7, 2022: Hearing on federal government travel vaccine ban postponedJustice Centre, Jul 27, 2022: Hearing for Ontario vaccine passports postponedBennett Jones Blog, Nov 2, 2021: Court of Appeal Clarifies When Cross-Examination on Affidavits May Be Permitted in Pre-Trial ApplicationsNote: The problem was noticed a while agoGlobal News, Sep 28, 2016: Judge shortage means some trials taking 2.5 years to be heardVancouver Sun, Jul 20, 2022: Support for vaccine passport and mask mandates waning in CanadaUniversity of Toronto, July 28, 2022: COVID-19 vaccinationsThis is Our Shot #TogetherAgainAlliance for Science, Apr 20, 2020: COVID: Top 10 current conspiracy theoriesLos Angeles Times, May 12, 2021: How vaccine ‘passports' became a battle cry for COVID-19 conspiracies, ‘anti-vaxx' forcesTrue North, Oct 14, 2021: Vaccine passports were a conspiracy theory — now they're the new normalReuters, Jul 13, 2022: Fact Check-Israeli study finds drop in sperm count after Pfizer vaccine is temporary, no sign of sperm damageAFLOS Frontline News, Aug 3, 2022: Fauci admits to 'the menstrual thing'The Counter Signal, Jul 5, 2022: Why did birth rates suddenly drop?Daily Clout, Aug 1, 2022: Pfizer Used Dangerous Assumptions, Rather than Research, to Guess at OutcomesThalidomide Victims Association of Canada: The Tragedy of Thalidomide in CanadaTheme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave StevensSupport the show

    Gone, But Never Forgotten
    42. The Kidnapping and Murder of Tori Stafford

    Gone, But Never Forgotten

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 33:17


    I was a clear, brisk spring day in Woodstock, Ontario. A Wednesday, a day like many others that had come and were expected to still be in the future. An eight year old girl was on her way home from school to her brand new house where she lived with her mom, Tara and her brother Daryn. She had just started the painstaking process of getting her room together just how she wanted it the night before. She had decorated the room with posters and toys that showed off her true loves in life, Disney princesses, bratz dolls and high school musical. That evening she was going to spend the evening with her dad, Rodney, and then watch a movie with some of her friends. Unfortunately though, those plans were not going to be fulfilled as every parent's worst nightmare came true on April 8th, 2009.Show Intro: Provided by Gallagher Music Sources:Toronto Star: The Whit Coat, Tori Stafford Mystery Toronto Star: Mystery Person Provides Reward CBC: Tori Stafford's Mother Knew One of the Two Suspects The Cinemaholic: Where are Tori's Killers Today? Toronto Star: Police Release Footage of VehicleToronto Star: Woman Charged in Tori Case, Helping to Find Body London Free Press: Tori Stafford CHCH: Tori Stafford ArchivesGlobal News: Michael Rafferty Accused of Extorting His Mother Narcity: Terri-Lynn McClintic Transferred to Healing Lodge Wellington Advertiser: Remains of Tori Stafford Uncovered near Mount Forest Chilling Crimes: Tori Stafford CBC: Mother of Tori Stafford Doesn't Believe Killer Can Help Police Toronto Star: Tori Stafford Archives Wikipedia: Murder of Tori Stafford

    CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast
    CTV News Toronto at Six for Aug. 8, 2022

    CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 46:32


    Two workers are trapped after a trench collapse at an Ajax construction site; masks will be optional for students at Ontario schools in the fall semester; and, this 'monster' home in Richmond Hill is angering its neighbours.

    Proactive - Interviews for investors
    Kontrol Technologies breaks into the municipal market with contract to deliver a climate action plan

    Proactive - Interviews for investors

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 5:04


    Kontrol Technologies Corp CEO Paul Ghezzi joined Proactive's Stephen Gunnion with details of the company's first municipal contract, establishing the company as a solution provider for municipalities. Ghezzi said Kontrol was selected by the Ontario municipality through a competitive bid process to deliver a net zero emission and climate action plan. Through its operating subsidiaries Kontrol has developed the Kontrol Carbon platform which includes initial design, feasibility, implementation, and potential carbon credit monetization.

    Shedding Light Podcast
    S5 E1: Lisa is Missing

    Shedding Light Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 65:07


    Join us, Susie, Candy and Angela, in this episode, as we discuss the facts and details of the disappearance of Lisa Reimer Maas who was last seen July 17, 1988 leaving a house party in Woodford, Ontario. Lisa was 22 years old at the time of her disappearance, she stood 4'10" tall, weighed 97lbs, and had shoulder length straight dark blonde hair and hazel eyes. Many rumours have surrounded Lisa's disappearance. Distinguishing Marks/Features: 3 piercings in each ear. Thin build; fair complexion. Sometimes wears glasses. Tattoos: She has a mouse tattoo on her left shoulder. Medical Conditions: She was 5 months pregnant at the time of her disappearance.FACEBOOK GROUP "Bring Lisa Reimer Maas Home":https://www.facebook.com/groups/65230502177*Dedicated to the Memory of Nolan PanchyshynSHEDDING LIGHT PODCAST:437-374-3030 * sheddinglightpodcast@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/SheddingLightCanadahttps://www.instagram.com/shedding_light_podcast_canada/Buy Us a Coffee (or a glass of wine ;) ) /SUPPORT the Show at:https://ko-fi.com/sheddinglightpodcastIf you have any information concerning Lisa Maas' whereabouts, please contact:Ontario Provincial Police - Criminal Investigations Branch:705-329-6111 or Toll-free 1-888-310-1122OR Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)PLEASE BRING ME HOME can be contacted:tips@pleasebringmehome.comAnonymous Tip Hotline 1-226-702-2728MusicStephen McPhail / Sonny Boy MickShedding Light  (Theme Song)Link: https://www.sonnyboymick.com/homehttps://music.apple.com/ca/album/shedding-light-single/1525969174The Dread by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4491-the-dreadLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseBack To The 80s by Frank SchroeterFree download: https://filmmusic.io/song/6468-back-to-the-80sLicense (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseArtist on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/frank.schroeter.52Leaving Home by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4708-leaving-homeLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licensePeace of Mind by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4199-peace-of-mindLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseWindswept by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4629-windsweptLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseImmersed by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3900-immersedLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseHalf Mystery by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5026-half-mysteryLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseNervous by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4118-nervousLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseAwkward Meeting by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3400-awkward-meetingLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseFearless First by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3742-fearless-firstLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseTwisting by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4553-twisting-License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseTerminal by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4478-terminalLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseHeartbreaking by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3863-heartbreakingLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseSupport the show

    The Douglas Coleman Show
    The Douglas Coleman Show w_ David M Kelly and Richard Stephens

    The Douglas Coleman Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 28:29


    David M. Kelly writes fast-paced, near-future sci-fi thrillers with engaging characters, cynical humor, and plausible science. He is the author of the Joe Ballen series, Logan's World series, and the Hyperia Jones series, and has been published in Canadian SF magazine Neo-opsis.David's interest in science and technology began early. At the age of six his parents allowed him to stay up late into the night to watch the television broadcast of Neil Armstrong stepping on to the surface of the moon. From that day he was hooked on everything related to science and space.An avid reader, he worked his way through the contents of the mobile library that visited his street, progressing through YA titles (or ‘juveniles' as they were known back then) on to the classics of Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, and Harry Harrison.David worked for many years in project management and software development. Along the way his interests have included IPSC combat (target) pistol shooting, crew chief on a drag racing team, and several years as bass player/vocalist in a heavy rock band. He also managed to fit in some real work in manual jobs from digging ditches and assembly lines jobs to loading trucks in a haulage company.http://davidmkelly.comBorn in Simcoe, Ontario, in 1965, I was raised and still reside in Cambridge, Ontario. I began writing circa 1974, a bored child looking for something to while away the long, summertime days. My penchant for reading, 'The Hardy Boys,' led to an inspiration one sweltering summer afternoon, when my best friend and I thought, ‘We could write one of those.' And so, I did.As my reading horizons broadened, so did my writing. 'Star Wars' inspired me to write a 600-page novel about outer space that caught the attention of a special teacher, Mr. Woodley, who encouraged me to keep on writing.A trip to a local book store saw the proprietor introduce me to Stephen R. Donaldson and Terry Brooks. My writing life was forever changed.At 17, I left high school to join the working world to support my first son. For the next twenty-two years I worked as a shipper at a local bakery. At the age of 36, I went back to high school to complete my education. After graduating with honors at the age of thirty-nine, I became a member of our local Police Service, and worked for 12 years in the provincial court system.In early 2017, I resigned from the Police Service to pursue my love of writing full-time. With the help and support of my lovely wife Caroline and our 5 children, I have now realized my boyhood dream. http://richardhstephens.comThe Douglas Coleman Show now offers audio and video promotional packages for music artists as well as video promotional packages for authors. We also offer advertising. Please see our website for complete details. http://douglascolemanshow.comIf you have a comment about this episode or any other, please click the link below.https://ratethispodcast.com/douglascolemanshow

    London Live with Mike Stubbs
    Sue Fletcher is headed to the Ontario Senior Games

    London Live with Mike Stubbs

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:20


    Londoner Sue Fletcher joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about how she will be heading to Peterborough for the 2022 Ontario 55+ Summer Games! Fletcher and her partner Walter are competing in pickleball, something she says takes skill but also luck.

    Dick Lee and 60's Garage Rock from California Podcast
    Episode 59: 60's - 70's Rock with Dickie Lee and The Iceman (8.13.22) (E-347) (Vietnam Era Songs)

    Dick Lee and 60's Garage Rock from California Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 59:26


    * The photo of the left is of "The Doors" (circa-1967 - Fillmore West - San Francisco). THEME:  "VIETNAM ERA SONGS"PLAYLIST:00:00 | DJ | DICK LEE AND THE ICEMAN00:20 | WHAT I'D SAY | THE BRYMERS01:13 | SACRIFICE | BRYMERS03:25 | WE GOT TO GET OUT OF THIS PLACE | ANIMALS07:12 | JUMPIN JACK FLASH | ROLLING STONES11:27 | FORTUNATE SON | CCR13:56 | FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH | BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD17:03 | IT'S A TIME OF CHANGE | BRYMERS20:04 | CAN'T HELP MYSELF | FOUR TOPS24:13 | TURN TURN TURN | BYRDS28:17 | OMAHA | MOBY GRAPE30:56 | INTERVIEW - ANDRIAN CRONAUER |  32:40 | I FEEL GOOD | JAMES BROWN36:01 | LAST TRAIN TO CLARKSVILLE | MONKEES39:46 | MUSTANG SALLY | COMMITMENTS44:29 | R.O.C.K. IN THE U.S.A. | JOHN MELLENCAMP47:40 | TELL IT LIKE IT IS | BRYMERS48:55 | IF IT DON'T WORK OUT | BRYMERS50:24 | BRING IT ON HOME | BRYMERS52:17 | RUN THROUGH THE JUNGLE | CCR56:12 | IMAGINE | JOHN LENNON59:08 | HOLD ON I'M COMING | BRYMERS"Dick Lee and 60's Garage Rock from California" is a weekly one hour show that features great California Garage Rock along with the hits of the day. The show can be heard on KOOL 100.7 FM-Saturdays-12:00 noon (PST-Hanford, CA), Amsterdam International Radio, WYML 99.9 FM (Chicago), M.A.D. FM - New Zealand, Replay Radio FM (U.K.), Way Out Radio FM (U.K.), Experience FM 103.9 ( Indianapolis), 60's Chart Busters (Cyprus), KCEG (N.D.), Supreme VIB-Z Radio (Jamaica), So Faking Radio (Arizona), KOGY 95 FM-Hawaiian Pacific Radio, The Rock 97.3 (Morro Bay, CA), Atlantic Radio FM (U.K.), Riot Radio (Maryville, IL), Black Hole FM (Milford, CT.), Community Radio-Long Island, (N.Y.), KEWL 98 FM (New Jersey), Akaroa World Radio-90.1 FM (New Zealand), FAB Radio Internation (Manchester, England), Classic Rock XL, (Ontario, Canada), Northern Pirate Radio (U.K.), HD Radio Network, (Dealfield, Wisconsin), KHJ FM 105.3 (Albany, Oregon), Canal Side Radio, (U.K.), Remember Then Radio (U.S.) WRTR(Tuscaloosa, Ala), Sixties City Garage Rock, (U.K.), 57 Chevy Radio (U.S.), NWCZ Radio (Seattle-Tacoma), WCNX 1710 AM (Middletown, CT), KRYZ 98.5 FM (Mariposa, CA), WCSQ 105.9 FM (Cobleskill, NY), Brill 1449 Radio (U.K.), WZPH Radio (Dade City, FL), SG1 Radio (U.K.), Radio Flawless (New York), KWRH (St. Louis, MO), KWCZ (Seattle, WA). KITZ (Gilchrist, OR), KNCP (LA Pine, OR.), KZSR (Paso Robles, CA.) KOWS Radio (Sonoma County/Santa Rosa, CA), Heat FM Radio (NY), Griffiti Radio (U.K.), Bay and Basin 92.7 FM-Australia, ZANJ Radio (Jamaica), Dusty Discs Radio (B.C., Canada), The Phoenix Radio Network (U.K.), KCIW 100.7 FM (Brookings, OR), Q95 Oldies (S.C.), KALH Radio (N.M.), KSHD-FM, (OR), Mystery Train Radio (U.K.), Drive-In-A Go-Go Radio (Ontario, Canada), E.K FM Radio (U.K.), Rebel Radio (U.K.), GR8 Chats Radio (U.K.), Thunder Radio Canada (Ontario, Canada), Total Mixx Radio (Virginia), Veterans Family Radio (U.K.), KSVB 91.4 FM (Big Bear, CA), Destiny Radio (U.K.) Fantasy Radio (U.K.), Curve Radio (U.K.), Beatz Radio (Bangladesh), Ambron Radio (U.K.), Curve Radio (U.K.), Fantasy Radio (U.K.), Ohio Broadcast Network (Columbus, OH), Solar FM (U.K.), Sho Off Radio (U.K.), Max Radio (N.Y.), On Air Hits (TX), Sea Wall Radio (Galvaston, TX), Now Hits Radio (U.K.), Cruize Radio (Australia), Urban Essex Radio (U.K.), Corvette Retro Radio (Athens, Ohio), "HU 1 Radio" (U.K.), "Bulls Eye Radio" (New York), Cofton Radio (U.K.), Radio For Fun (Australia), Sanctuary Radio (Denver, CO), Mad Wasp Radio (U.K.), Kings FM Radio (U.K.), OwlTail.com, Cherokee Nation Radio, AKA Radio, (California), Madness FM Radio (U.K.), Global Community Radio (New York), iHeart Radio, Fish Creek Radio (San Antonio, TX), Chris Max Radio (N.Y.), Hot Tunez Radio (U.K.), QSKY Radio (New York), I.E. Radio (U.S. and U.K.), BHP Radio (U.K.), The Mix 96 FM (La, Ala, Ga, and the U.K.), Ken Versa's Power Hit Radio (Colorado), Radio Hawk (Cornwall, Canada), KMBY 95.9 FM (Monterey, Santa Cruz, Carmel), CABMZK Radio (U.K.), 70's Greatest Hits Radio (U.S.), KFOK Radio (Georgetown, CA), KINT 98 FM (El Paso, TX), Scream Radio (UK), A.M.R. Radio (Atlanta, GA), Seabird Radio (U.K.), Thames Valley Community Radio (UK), Arvada Rocks Radio (Colorado), Shore Shore Radio Blackpool (U.K.), KFOK 95.1 FM (CA), Peak Wireless Radio (U.K.), Your Radio (U.K.), KYXZ 107.9 FM (Grover Beach, CA), "Classic Rock XL" (McElmon Media Group - London and Ontario),  "Cool Vibes Radio (U.K.), 121 Radio (U.K.),  P.V.R. Radio (U.K.), and My Mix 94.3 FM (St. Louis, MO).

    Antler & Fin
    Grilled Tandoori Kokanee

    Antler & Fin

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 7:03


    There are worse things in life than kicking back on the boat on a gorgeous spring morning while the downriggers troll a small squid bait in the vicinity of a kokanee school. Birds are nesting and singing. Trees and flowers are in full bloom, casting brilliant hues from the lake canyon walls. You notice a sizable blob appear on the depth-finder and prepare for the strike. Moments later, you reel up a kokanee, chrome-bright and destined for the cooler. You can already taste that bold blend of curry-like flavors, coriander, chili pepper, with a sharp hint of lime. Paired with a crisp rose or chardonnay, the complexity of flavors puts this recipe at the top of the list to share with friends and family, or not, as kokanee are a prize not to be squandered. Read the written version of this recipe as prepared by Brad Trumbo, Field Staff Writer at Harvesting Nature Rate this Podcast  Listen to our other podcasts here Check out our Small Batch Wild Food Spice Blends  About Adam Berkelmans: Adam Berkelmans, also known as The Intrepid Eater, is a passionate ambassador for real food and a proponent of nose to tail eating. He spends his time between Ottawa and a cozy lake house north of Kingston, Ontario. When not cooking, he can be found hunting, fishing, foraging, gardening, reading, traveling, and discovering new ways to find and eat food. Follow Adam on Instagram Visit the Intrepid Eater website  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer
    The Best of Fight Back - Week of August 01 2022 - Sunday Edition

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 26:24


    The Sunday edition of the Best of Fight Back, from the week that was, with Jane Brown Interviews with: - Dr. Kevin Smith, Dr. Doris Grinspun, and Helen Winter on staff shortages facing Ontario hospitals - Rocco Rossi on the state of the labour market - Tune into the Town with Karent Stintz, Lauren O

    CJOB Sports Show with Christian Aumell
    Dude, Where's My Bike?

    CJOB Sports Show with Christian Aumell

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 25:55


     Mike McEwen announces he is forming a new team based out of Ontario, and let me tell you a story about bikes.

    Sermon of the Week
    Providence Works Through Us

    Sermon of the Week

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 22:39


    Readings: Matthew 5, 6, Divine Providence 207, 210 (portions). Rev. Louis Synnestvedt. Recorded at Olivet New Church in Toronto, Ontario on July 3, 1983. See www.newchurchaudio.org for more.

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer
    The Best of Fight Back - Week of August 01 2022 - Saturday Edition

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 26:18


    The Saturday edition of the Best of Fight Back, from the week that was, with Jane Brown Interviews with: - The Zoomer Squad with Peter Muggeridge, Bill VanGorder, and David Coletto on the the growing unhappiness with Justin Trudeau - Dr. Samantha Taylor explains what "greedflation" is - The Recovering Politicians, with Charles Sousa, Lisa Raitt, and Cheri DiNovo discuss what's going on with Ontario's Minister of Health - Dr. Janice Stein and Phil Gurski break down the news that Al Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri had been killed in a U.S. drone strike - And the best calls of the week!

    Homeopathy Hangout with Eugénie Krüger
    Ep 97: Homeopathy for Animals - Monica Frohmann

    Homeopathy Hangout with Eugénie Krüger

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 28:33


    Monica Frohmann has been practicing homeopathy since 1999 when she graduated from the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine.  Monica has been a faculty member at CCHM since 2003 and has also spent many years supervising the second year teaching clinic.  For 18 years she had her own homeopathic clinic in Newmarket, Ontario until May 2017 when she sold her practice and moved to Austria.  She is currently still employed at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine, as a Distance Education Supervisor and continues to have a private practice in Austria.   Monica treats people of all ages, both in person and virtually. She has a specialty in treating animals of all sizes, from the family pet to the farm animal and everything in between (by veterinary referral).  She is on the medical council for the World Council for Health and Homeopaths for Medical Choice and her passion is to help homeopathy become a household word.   Contact Monica at:  monica@frohmannhomeopathy.com https://www.frohmannhomeopathy.com/

    CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast
    CTV News Toronto at Six for Aug. 5, 2022

    CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 46:20


    Pearson officials say the airport has seen "measurable" operational improvements in recent weeks; Ontario's health care workers say the system is heading to a 'complete collapse' amid rampant staffing shortages in hospitals; and, here are the best portable speakers on the market.

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer
    Free For All Friday

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 50:40


    Today on Free For All Friday: listeners called in to weigh in on Ontario's healthcare crisis that has seen hospitals have to scale back their operations due to severe staffing shortages. Meanwhile, we heard calls about our increasingly politically divided society and we got an update from the GTAA's CEO about the situation at Pearson Airport. Listen live, weekdays from noon to 1, on Zoomer Radio!

    In The Country with Dave Woods
    Interview with Shaylyn

    In The Country with Dave Woods

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:00


    Ontario's Shaylyn is here to chat about her music career, her love of traditional country music as well as her new single "Favourite Hello, Hardest Goodbye". It's the follow up release to her popular single "The Drink". Shaylyn released her first album in 2017 titled Lovin' The Legends which included her very first penned original "Nana's Little Girl" as a tribute to her supportive Nana. The great thing about Shaylyn's shows is she is keeping country music's past alive in the classic songs she covers. A modern girl with a traditional sound.  

    The REITE Club Podcast - Real Estate Investing for Canadians

    Even as a child, Milena Cardinal was a passionate puzzle solver. Today she gets excited about finding creative ways of resolving complex legal issues that her clients bring to her law firm.  At age 21 she was a young mother on welfare, last year, during the pandemic, she was able to operate her highly successful, growing legal practice entirely remotely while living in Columbia, Mexico and the USA. In this episode, Milena shares how to prepare for a digital nomad adventure and what it takes to manage a business, real estate portfolio and find time for family.  As a private real estate investor herself, Milena is well versed in real estate, from its legal to its business aspects. She has combined these joint interests to venture into the intricate world of private lending. She is also on a mission to bring the wonders of investing in Quebec to more Canadians and simplifying the legal process as much as possible in a Province that historically creates way more paperwork! In this episode you will learn about: Lessons from parent's choices and expectations Preparing to live life as a digital nomad The joy of unravelling complex legal puzzles Frustrations of working with notaries in Quebec Find work-life harmony and do what you love Milena is known for the care she provides to her clients and her focus on surpassing their expectations. She and her team strive to approach the law differently. Paperless, efficient, available, approachable, tech-savvy, creative, and human, this firm prides itself on shaking up the legal world and its traditions.Milena was called to the Bar in Ontario in 2011.  She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Stormont Dundas & Glengarry Law Association and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce.   Milena obtained her common law degree, a Doctor of Laws (J.D.), from the Queen's University Faculty of Law in Kingston, Ontario. Prior to that, she earned her civil law degree (L.LL.) from the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec.   When she finds a spare moment to herself, Milena loves to spend time with her children, host dinner parties and play board games.  Get in touch with Milena Cardinal:Website: https://cardinallaw.ca/Email: info@cardinallaw.caFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Cardinallaw/https://www.facebook.com/milena.cardinal.1 This episode has been brought to you in part byBlack Jack Contracting Inc - https://blackjackcontractinginc.ca/BM Select - https://bmselect.ca/

    Kelly and Company
    London Brunch Fest

    Kelly and Company

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 12:35


    Community Reporter Annette Dennis highlights summer events at the Covent Garden Market in London, Ontario, including the London Brunch Fest.

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer
    Acute Care During the Pandemic

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 52:55


    Libby Znaimer is joined by Lauren O'Neil, Senior News Editor of BlogTO, Karen Stintz, CEO, Variety Village, David Crombie, Former Mayor of Toronto. Today: we start things off by placing a magnifying glass on the ongoing shenanigans in Brampton. The city's former integrity commissioner, Muneeza Sheikh, is suing Brampton and the city councillors who voted to fire her for $20M arguing that her firing was part of a conspiracy by some councillors who were not happy over previous or ongoing ethics investigations into them. It's a lawsuit that happens to have the support of the current Mayor Patrick Brown. Meanwhile, in a presser earlier this week, Brown alleged that municipal funds were used as "hush payments" in a city councillor's sexual harassment lawsuit. Here in Toronto, an integrity complaint was filed against Mayor John Tory arguing that his ties to Rogers is a conflict of interest. Finally, Toronto was just ranked the hardest city to navigate. What's up with that? THE CONSERVATIVE LEADERSHIP DEBATE: A RECAP Libby Znaimer is joined byMichael Diamond, Principal of Upstream Strategy Group and Janet Ecker, Former Ontario PC MPP. Yesterday, the third and final debate of the Conservative leadership race took place. All were in attendance except for the perceived front-runner Pierre Poilievre and Leslyn Lewis. What kind of an impact will their absence have on the overall race or even their own campaigns? Both Leslyn and Pierre were fined $50,000 for being no-shows. ---- UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO REQUIRING STUDENTS IN RESIDENCE TO HAVE THREE SHOTS Libby Znaimer is

    Ontario Morning from CBC Radio
    Ontario Morning Podcast - August 4, 2022

    Ontario Morning from CBC Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 24:15


    If you're trying to book a seat on the Grey County Transit, book early! The new expansion pilot project saw ridership skyrocket to 240% in a few short months. It seems like everyone and their grandmother is taking a much needed trip from Owen Sound to Orangeville. Shops and storefronts run along the sidelines of a city's downtown core, but a new Belleville play puts them center stage. Director Lisa Morris joined us to tell us more about her new play Owen Sound has a Sexual Health clinic once again! We looked at why there was a break in service, and how the clinic plans on approaching the sexual health needs in the region moving forward.

    Kelly and Company
    Full Episode - 1374

    Kelly and Company

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 103:12


    Michael Feir features The Prophecy, a new Summer Audible Original podcast, produced in partnership with Qcode Media. Susan Kerney covers plants for our gardens that will help our pollinators. Community Reporter Annette Dennis highlights summer events at the Covent Garden Market in London, Ontario, including the London Brunch Fest. On our CNIB SmartLife segment, we learn about Humanware's newest offering in the world of Orientation and Mobility, the StellarTrek. joining us on this week's Roundtable is AMI Video Editor, Mark Phoenix.

    The Current
    Ontario hospitals in grip of a staffing crisis

    The Current

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 20:14


    Hospital workers in Ontario say an acute staffing shortage is causing a crisis in an already overburdened health-care system. Guest host Peter Armstrong discusses the problems — and elusive solutions — with Cathryn Hoy, president of the Ontario Nurses Association; and Kevin Smith, president and CEO of University Health Network.

    CanadaPoli - Canadian Politics from a Canadian Point of View
    1036 CPC Debate on Climate, Ongoing Healthcare Collapse and Crimes Against Humanity

    CanadaPoli - Canadian Politics from a Canadian Point of View

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 58:34


    More news on collapsing healthcare Crimes against humanity and the ICC CPC debate Ford is blaming the federal government ofr Ontario's healthcare failure Plan for more affordability? wasn't that the plan in 2015? it's worked out badly. What did Jagmeet know about the lack of science backing the travel mandates?       The post 1036 CPC Debate on Climate, Ongoing Healthcare Collapse and Crimes Against Humanity appeared first on CanadaPoli.

    The Morning Show
    Ontario Healthcare System Crisis

    The Morning Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:41


    CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast
    CTV News Toronto at Six for Aug. 4. 2022

    CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 46:55


    Ontario nurses are sharing why so many are ready to leave the profession amid a staffing crisis; Toronto Police made the rare move to release images of a teen suspect in a string of sexual assaults in Scarborough; and, 36 per cent of Canadians would delete themselves from the internet if they could, according to a new survey.

    The 'X' Zone Radio Show
    Rob McConnell Interviews - BOB MITCHELL – UFO Mystery and Intrusion

    The 'X' Zone Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 60:59


    UFO Mystery and Intrusion - Canadians from different walks of life tell their horrific tales of Alien encounters. Some of their stories are told in present tense giving readers a bird eye view of what it was like and what they felt and experienced during their often gut retching visitations by Greys, Tall Greys, Hooded creatures and unknown beings. Bob Mitchell is a Canadian author and journalist, who covered crime and sports for The Toronto Star for nearly 40 years. He is currently a freelance writer and the author of six books, including two UFO books- “Incident at Pleasant Ridge-A Canadian UFO Mystery” and “Intrusion.” He is also a field investigator for MUFON based in Ontario and an executive with MUFON Canada. His other books include “The Class Project-How to Kill a Mother” – the story of Canada's Infamous Bathtub Girls, which was turned into the “Perfect Sisters” motion picture. He is also the author of the true crime book “Deadly Defiance” – the story of a Canadian honour killing and “In Plane Sight:Before 911” – the story of an American black militant, who was on the run for 30 years after pulling off the only successful airplane hijacking in Canadian history. He is also the author of “Grave Deception” – murder mystery novel inspired by a true crime.For Your Listening Pleasure all the radio shows available on The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network with our compliments, visit - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv.The ‘X' Zone Broadcast Network Shows and Archives - https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotvThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - for more information visit http://www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com

    Ontario Morning from CBC Radio
    Ontario Morning Podcast - August 3 2022

    Ontario Morning from CBC Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 38:38


    First emergency rooms had to close down or limit capacity, now other hospital units are feeling the strain of staff shortages and shutting down as well. The Chief of Staff of Kingston Health Sciences Centre told us why they decided to close their urgent care unit doors, and what happened as a result. As homeless people continue to migrate outside of the cities, rural communities are finding themselves struggling to cope with their needs Today Peterborough County decides whether it needs upper levels of government to declare a state of emergency. We spoke with novelist, playwright and journalist Drew Hayden Taylor about his latest project -- called 'Me Tomorrow: Indigenous Views on the Future'. It's the latest among a growing number of books .. exploring the world of Indigenous Futurism. Have you seen signs around Barrie of a shirtless man running for mayor? A new show in town puts a little flirting and farce into the upcoming local election season.

    CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast
    CTV News Toronto at Six for Aug. 3, 2022

    CTV News Toronto at Six Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 46:15


    Premier Ford is facing pressure to act on the staffing crisis in Ontario's hospitals; did the contents of a home play a role in a fatal fire in Toronto? And, experts say chargeback fraud has surged since the onset of the pandemic.

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer
    Ontario's Healthcare Crisis

    Fight Back with Libby Znaimer

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 52:18


    Libby Znaimer is joined, first, by Dr. Kevin Smith, President and CEO of the University Health Network followed by Dr. Doris Grinspun, CEO of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO) and Helen Winter, a registered Nurse working in the emergency department of a downtown Toronto hospital. Ontario hospitals are grappling with a staffing shortage issue and it's so bad that several of them have had to close their ER departments. According to the Ontario Nurses Association, more than 20 hospitals have had to close so far. Many of the staff shortages involve nurses and there are cases where nurses are being asked to pick up extra shifts, handle a very high patient load and are often asked to work outside their specialty. Helen Winter describes that many are leaving the profession due to burnout. She tells us that she has had to cut back on her hours and that nurses have a significant repertoire of skills that can be transferred to other higher paying jobs outside of the hospital. Today, our healthcare experts weigh in on the latest crisis plaguing our health care system. ---- THE RISE OF ANTISEMITISM AND ISLAMAPHOBIA IN CANADA

    Ontario Today Phone-Ins from CBC Radio
    Marking Emancipation Month: What difference does it make for you?

    Ontario Today Phone-Ins from CBC Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 51:46


    August is now recognized as Emancipation Month in Ontario, to commemorate the abolition of slave trade in 1834 in parts of the British Empire. We ask what difference that makes with Black historians Rosemary Sadlier and Elise Harding-Davis.

    The McGill Law Journal Podcast
    A Tale of One City: Toronto's Battle for Electoral Independence

    The McGill Law Journal Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 19:38


    In Toronto (City) v. Ontario (Attorney General), the Supreme Court held the Ontario government's decision to reduce the size of Toronto's City Council – during an election – was constitutionally valid. In this episode, we explore the case and its implications on freedom of expression and unwritten constitutional principles. We speak with Nathalie Des Rossiers, Principal of Massey College, who was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario when the events transpired.

    Airrows on Air
    Tristan Copley-Smith and Duncan McDowall - Carbon Catchers: A Focus on the Changemakers Behind Climate Solutions

    Airrows on Air

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 53:34


    Listen in on today's conversation with award winning filmmakers and creatives, Tristan Copley-Smith and Duncan McDowall, who discuss their documentary series “Carbon Catchers.” Together they're planning to travel the world learning the stories of maverick entrepreneurs, visionaries, and tech-savvy activists dedicating themselves to climate solutions. The series will tell the “story of a radical cultural phenomenon; a hybrid of activism, entrepreneurialism, and cutting edge science.” Broadcasting respectively from a barn in Ontario and a cottage in the UK, Duncan and Tristan discuss how they met in a climate action course and combined their artistic talents in hopes to enact change. Rather than using pessimistic and doomsday messages often associated with climate change, they hope to change the narrative with action-oriented, positive stories from some of the top climate action technologies available. In our conversation we discuss the relationship between technology and nature; often seen as conflicting forces, their symbiosis is now essential for climate action. Tristan and Duncan talk about the many hats they wear as artists and conservationists, their family lives, their nomadic childhoods, beekeeping, biomimicry, past and future projects, and more. Mentioned: Tomorrow's Air Tristan Copley Smith Duncan McDowall Carbon Catchers Carbon Catchers on Instagram MIT Innovators Under 35 Air Miners Terra.do Carbon Gap Soil Association Frost Methane Olya Irzak

    In Creative Company
    Episode 722: Christina Ricci, Yellowjackets

    In Creative Company

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 24:02


    Q&A on the Showtime series Yellowjackets with Emmy nominated actor Christina Ricci. Moderated by Mara Webster, In Creative Company. "Yellowjackets" tells the narrative of a team of wildly talented high-school girls soccer players who survive a plane crash deep in the Ontario wilderness. The series chronicles their descent from a complicated but thriving team to warring, cannibalistic clans, while also tracking the lives they have attempted to piece back together. Sophie Nélisse, Jasmin Savoy Brown, Sophie Thatcher and Sammi Hanratty star as the teenagers, while Melanie Lynskey, Tawny Cypress, Christina Ricci and Juliette Lewis portray their adult counterparts as they reveal the truth about their survival 25 years later.

    The CJN Daily
    For nearly 40 years, Benjamin's funeral home foundation has been keeping 10% of charity donations—until a family sued

    The CJN Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 15:28


    When their only child, Liam, died in January 2022, Jeanne and Raziel Zisman of Toronto had to book a funeral quickly—Jewish law states a burial should happen as soon as possible, usually within 24 hours. Liam was 19. The Zismans, distraught and emotional, met virtually with a representative from Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, the country's biggest Jewish funeral home, to make arrangements. Among their services, Benjamin's offered them the use of the Benjamin Foundation, a charity arm of the company that collects donations in the name of the deceased and transfers the money later, to a charity of the family's choosing. What's only in the fine print, however, is that Benjamin's Foundation keeps 10 per cent of the money for administrative purposes. It's been this way for nearly 40 years. In the past decade alone, Benjamin's has routed more than $3 million through this foundation to charities—and quietly deducted 10 per cent of that. That's a higher percentage than many other charities, particularly many Jewish ones. When the Zismans found out, they set off on a lengthy legal battle. The case is still ongoing in provincial court, but on July 27, the Zismans won a small victory: the regulatory body that oversees funeral homes in Ontario sided with the grieving family, ordering Benjamin's to release all funds—including the 10 per cent fee—to the charities, and mandated the company to make their fee structure more transparent on their website and in contracts and in conversations with clients. On today's CJN Daily, the Zismans joins to talk about their son and their legal struggles, and you'll also hear Benjamin's side of the story. What we talked about: Read Liam Zisman's obituary See how Benjamin's describes The Benjamin Foundation on their website Credits The CJN Daily is written and hosted by Ellin Bessner (@ebessner on Twitter). Zachary Kauffman is the producer. Michael Fraiman is the executive producer. Production assistance by Gabrielle Nadler and YuZhu Mou. Our theme music is by Dov Beck-Levine. Our title sponsor is Metropia. We're a member of The CJN Podcast Network. To learn how to support the show by subscribing to this podcast, please watch this video.

    ThinkEnergy
    Summer Recharge: The Birds and the Bees About Pollinator Meadows

    ThinkEnergy

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 25:31


    Without pollinators like bees and butterflies, our food supply suffers drastically. It's incredible to think these small insects play such a large role in our existence. With climate change, increased pesticide use, and other limiting factors, pollinator populations are declining drastically. It may seem unlikely, but utilities like Hydro Ottawa are actually suited to help restore the environments these pollinators need to thrive. Relive our conversation on how this is possible with restoration ecologist Tracey Etwell of the Canadian Wildlife Federation and Meaghan McDonald, lake planning and shoreline stewardship coordinator for the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority.    Related links Tracey Etwell, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/traceyetwell/ Meaghan McDonald, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/meaghan-mcdonald-83b08083/ Canadian Wildlife Foundation Website: https://cwf-fcf.org/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/canadian-wildlife-federation/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cwf_fcf Rideau Valley Conservation Authority Twitter: https://twitter.com/RideauValleyCA Website: https://www.rvca.ca/   --- To subscribe using Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thinkenergy/id1465129405   To subscribe using Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7wFz7rdR8Gq3f2WOafjxpl   To subscribe on Libsyn: http://thinkenergy.libsyn.com/ --- Subscribe so you don't miss a video: https://www.youtube.com/user/hydroottawalimited   Check out our cool pics on https://www.instagram.com/hydroottawa   More to Learn on https://www.facebook.com/HydroOttawa   Keep up with the Tweets at https://twitter.com/thinkenergypod   Transcript   Dan Seguin  00:06 This is thinkenergy. The podcast that helps you better understand the fast changing world of energy through conversations with game changers, industry leaders and influencers. So join me, Dan Seguin, and my co-host, Rebecca Schwartz, as we explore both traditional and unconventional facets of the energy industry.  Hey everyone, welcome to the summer rewind edition of the thinkenergy podcast. While we recharge our batteries during these lazy hazy days of summer, we're bringing back some blasts from our podcast past. We'll be reintroducing some of our most popular interviews that garnered a lot of attention and interest. There's been a lot of talk about the future electrification of energy on the path to net zero. The episodes we've selected are very future focused with themes around green innovation, renewable energy, and our impact on the environment. So I hope you enjoy the summer rewind edition of today's episode. In the meantime, have a happy summer. And we'll be back on August 15th to kick off another exciting season. Cheers.  Hey, everyone, welcome back to another episode of the thinkenergy podcast. On today's show, we're going to talk about the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees literally. Did you know that across North America, the populations of monarch butterflies, bees and other pollinators are in a steep decline due to herbicides, pesticides, climate change, and a reduction in natural pollinator habitats. Pollinators are responsible for a third of the world's food supply, so they are extremely vital to our existence in Canada. There are more than 1000 species of pollinating animals that are responsible for billions of dollars worth of Canadian farm produce flowers, and ecosystems that rely on pollination. In short, without pollinators, food supply would suffer drastically. It may seem like an unlikely union, but utilities like Hydro Ottawa are ideally suited to restore these environments, thanks to a number of utility corridors and properties in their service territories, not to mention their kilometers of power lines, and right aways along roadsides. Moreover, vegetation along utility corridors are compatible with these types of vegetation necessary to support pollinators. In 2019, Hydro Ottawa began civil construction of its largest ever municipal transformer station in the south end of Ottawa situated on 24 acres of land since the new transformer station requires only five acres of property, Hydro Ottawa partnered with the City of Ottawa, Rideau Valley Conservation Authority, and the Canadian Wildlife Federation to create one of the largest pollinator meadows of its kind in Eastern Ontario, adjacent to this future station. The agreement means that 15 acres will be dedicated to a pollinator meadow, which is scheduled for seeding. In the spring of 2021, a four acre tree reforestation area was reforested in 2020, with 2750 trees thanks to the Rideau River Conservation Authority. So here's today's big question. What goes into a successful pollinator meadow? And how can we as an industry, and as ordinary citizens help the movement by building more pollinator meadows? Maybe in our own backyards? I have two guests joining me today for this podcast. My first guest is Tracey Etwell, a Restoration Ecologist with the Canadian Wildlife Federation. Tracey supports the Right of Way program, which helps restore pollinator meadows for monarch butterflies and other pollinators in Eastern Ontario. My second guest is Meaghan McDonald, Lake Planning and Shoreline Stewardship Coordinator for the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority. There are 36 Conservation Authorities in Ontario responsible for furthering the restoration, development and management of watershed and they're now soil resources across the province. Thank you both for joining me today. So, Tracey, let's start with the Canadian Wildlife Federation. What are pollinators? What important role do pollinators play? And what does pollinator habitat look like?   Tracey Etwell  05:21 Great question, Dan. So as a group, there are many species that are pollinators. Many people aren't aware there's things like native bees, flies, moths, butterflies, beetles, and even our hummingbirds are pollinators. But when we talk about our pollinator habitat in our project, we're really focusing on the insects, such as our native bees, flies and butterflies, and pollinator habitat varies depending on each species. But all insect pollinators benefit from open meadows full of wildflowers and grasses. And these native flowers provide the pollen and the nectar and the vegetation in general for the species to hide and nest and over winter. And also, some of these flowers are very specific hosts for butterflies and moths, where they require that specific plant for their lifecycle.   Dan Seguin  06:04 Now, this question is for both- do habitats vary depending on where they're located in the province and country? If so, what's unique about Eastern Ontario? Wondering, Meaghan, if you can expand on this? And then what about you, Tracey?   Meaghan McDonald  06:21 Yeah, sure. So obviously, our country is massive. So there's a big variety of habitats, we've got mountains, prairies, plaines, forests, wetlands, all sorts of things. I think what's kind of unique about Eastern Ontario, maybe in comparison to our southern counterpart there is that we do have still quite a lot of natural areas available to us. The development pressures out here are are building just as they are in the southern region. But I think in Eastern Ontario, there's a really good opportunity to sort of preserve what we already have and protect the resources that we already have as that development occurs. So I think that's kind of a unique feature out here.   Tracey Etwell  07:02 So our focus on in Eastern Ontario is based on two things. One is that the threatened monarch butterfly range in Canada is heavily focused in Ontario and Quebec. So obviously, we're overlapping that region. And secondly, our funder, which is the Ontario Trillium Foundation has sponsored our work in the Eastern Ontario region. There are also tons and tons of rights of way here which we define as roadways, transmission lines and pipelines. And as Meaghan said, we do have habitat across Canada. And the management of this vegetationcalong with rights of way is compatible with meadow habitat, which benefits these pollinators. And we're hoping that rights of way meadow projects will catch on across Canada. And we're busy creating a national network of rights of way managers to encourage meadow habitat restoration across the country.   Dan Seguin  07:47 Okay, Tracey, I know that there are many factors that are contributing to the decline in pollinators and their habitats. Based on your experience, what are those reasons? And is there one in particular, that's been identified as the most destructive force?   Tracey Etwell  08:05 Yeah, so you're correct. There are many forces that contribute to this. The biggest one is thought to be the loss of habitat, which is consistent with a lot of species. When land is developed, that habitat is lost. Also, these insects need large quarters of habitat to travel around. So when these pieces get disconnected, it's harder for these pollinators to find that habitat. Also, in Eastern Ontario, the invasive plant species, while personal, which some people may be aware of is another threat. It's spread rapidly throughout the area and is out competing or native wildflowers. It's hard to control. In many places they spray and frequent mowing, or the ways that control it. Then, so when that's done controlled, then those native species that would have been there are now removed. So we're hoping once wild parsnip can be under control, better meadow habitat restoration can support these populations.   Dan Seguin  08:59 Back to you, Meaghan, can you tell us about the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority and what types of stewardship projects you're involved with?   Meaghan McDonald  09:10 Sure. So in partnership with our Foundation Branch, the Rideau Valley Conservation Foundation, we offer a number of stewardship programs that are really aimed at largely private landowners, but also municipalities and public landowners as well. Our main one would really be our forestation and tree planting program. We plant about 200,000 trees just in the Rideau watershed alone every year. We also have a shoreline naturalization program, which helps a lot of shoreline landowners create sort of a natural buffer along their waterways. We have a lot of lakes and rivers in our watershed that we're fortunate to have so we like to help help landowners protect what they have on their property. We also have a rural clean water grant program which is aimed at helping farmers do clean water projects on their property. And then, in addition to that, we also do some stream monitoring, wetland restoration, invasive species removal, and garbage cleanups, especially in the City of Ottawa with our city stream launch program   Dan Seguin  10:17 With respect to pollinator meadows, Meaghan, what can you tell us about your organization's role? Do you bring your regional expertise about Eastern Ontario's environment and its native plants?   Meaghan McDonald  10:29 Yeah, so we don't have a huge focus on pollinators in our organization; we've historically been a lot more focused on water quality protection projects, which is why it's so important for us to have partners like the Canadian Wildlife Federation to partner with on on projects like this. So we don't have a major role in the pollinator project realm. Where we do bring our regional expertise is more for tree planting, shoreline naturalization, so your trees and your shrubs and items like that through our stewardship programs, we also partner with our nursery or nurseries or suppliers, the Ferguson Tree Nursery, which is located down in Kemptville. And they've been working lately with us and a few other groups in the in the Ottawa Valley on expanding their product line, away from just trees so that they also can be a source of native pollinator species as well in Eastern Ontario. Right now, it's really aimed at potted plants for landowners if they want to, you know, create a little habitat pollinator habitat in their own property. But they are looking at expanding that so that they can be a local source source for native seed as well. It's very important that we kind of keep that local seed source in the area, because when you are bringing in plants from different regions they are sometimes not quite as adapted to our current climate conditions as as, say, Southern Ontario or other parts of the country. So yeah, really, The Canadian Wildlife Federation is is kind of the expert on this project that we're working with and we're very happy to have their their expertise onboard.   Dan Seguin  12:17 You both are playing integral parts in the 15 acre pollinator meadows that Hydro Ottawa is building in the south end of the city. I understand it's one of the largest in eastern Ontario. Tracy, why are utilities a key player in Canadian Wildlife Federation's pollinator recovery efforts?   Tracey Etwell  12:40 Oh, so CWF was very excited to be partnering with Hydro Ottawa and RVCA on this initiative, which is one of the largest projects as you mentioned. So utilities are a key player in our pollinator restoration efforts as they maintain over 160,000 kilometres of transmission lines; 1000s of generation stations across Canada, which has huge potential for pollinator habitat restoration, also their linear design are relatively easy for pollinators to find. Since utilities need to control the woody species over the long term along these facilities. It provides a great place for the wildflowers and grasses to grow. And it provides a great opportunity for you utilities to just demonstrate environmental leadership and provide the habitat. That's that's a win win for the utilities and the pollinators.   Dan Seguin  13:27 And now for you, Meaghan, what kind of follow up work does Rideau Valley Conservation Authority do for a project like Hydro's 15 acre pollinator meadow?   Meaghan McDonald  13:40 Yeah, so um, for this project, we're actually already going to be on site for a related tree planting project. So it's kind of why we are involved in the in the pollinator side, because it does take a little bit of work to establish native pollinators seed, many of the native seeds, for example, they might take one, two, maybe more years to germinate, and really a few years before they really establish and take over. So it's really important that we manage that area for invasive species so that they don't take over or that an opportunity- opportunistic species, like Tracey mentioned, poison parsnip, for example, or Manitoba Maple seedlings that they don't move in. So this will be done really through annual to semi-annual mowing of the site. So we wait till the until the right time to sort of do a mow so that we can remove some of the unwanted species, allowing the native ones to really come up. And we'll probably also do a little bit of spot removal of the undesirable plants as that as they as they come up as well. And we'll do some monitoring as well. Plots throughout the meadow that'll let us sort of measure how well the native plants are really coming along and at what rates which will be great because it will be a great learning experience for us. Since we don't personally have a lot of experience, it'll just kind of be a great way to see what works and what doesn't. And what goes into a project like this so that hopefully we can be involved with more in the future.   Dan Seguin  15:12 The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority has also planted 2750 trees on four acres at this site. Meaghan, is the reforestation connected to the meadow? Or is it a separate but complementary initiative?   Meaghan McDonald  15:30 Yeah, I think it's kind of it's kind of cool that it is on the same site. The trees were planted last spring. And they kind of form a little bit of a barrier around the outside area of the pollinator garden, or the prop line or inside the pollinator meadow. So it's, it does create a nice barrier between the meadow and the adjacent highway and adjacent farmer and farm field. So it's going to create a nice little windbreak. It will also help with some of the salt spray that's coming off the highway. And these trees were really planted as part as a compensation for the station that's being built there. And we found that having the combination of the trees as the compensation and also the opportunity for the pollinator habitat was just such a great opportunity at this particular site, just because we don't so we don't really want to get trees planted too close to the station, especially with the the tornado that came through a few years ago. So it's nice to have those trees at a distance, but also have that nice low growing easy to maintain pollinator meadow in the areas directly surrounding it. So it's a nice combination there.   Dan Seguin  16:45 Now understanding that without pollinators, Canada's food supply is threatened. Tracey, how is the Canadian Wildlife Federation building resources and support for these projects?   Tracey Etwell  16:58 Yes, so the Canadian Wildlife Federation is committed to supporting pollinators for both our diverse biodiversity and our food supply. As you mentioned, many of the nutritious plants we eat such as fruits and vegetables rely on insect pollination, and 90% of the world's flowering plants rely on insect pollination. So it's critical that as a global society, we support these insect pollinators. Now our project is focused on a variety of support such as technical expertise in building these meadows, increasing the native seed supply in Ontario, and providing case studies of the costs and benefits of restoring meadow habitat. We work with interested managers to develop their respective projects. And we've also only recently formed the Canadian branch of rights of way within the US rights of way habitat working group to enhance our network so that we have more access to resources, case studies and best practices.   Dan Seguin  17:48 I'm really looking forward to your thoughts on this next question, Tracey. Road right aways are a major push for Canadian Wildlife Federation's pollinator initiative. Why build them there?   Tracey Etwell  18:02 Yeah, so like transmission lines, road rights of way are another area of great potential for habitat. If you think about the over 1 million kilometers of roads across Canada, that's a lot of space for pollinator habitat. There's also a lot of interest in maintaining and reducing the mowing and the herbicide use that goes into maintaining roads. And by using native plants that can allow for that reduction in those two aspects. And it may even save municipalities municipal maintenance costs by reducing these efforts. And also, it's a great opportunity to share the initiative with the public that are driving by and can see these beautiful displays.   Dan Seguin  18:40 Now for my last question for both of you. How can landowners improve pollinator habitats on their properties? And what could citizens do to support this work? Or our pollinator friends in general? Meaghan, let's start with you and the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority.   Meaghan McDonald  19:00 Sure! So we always promote the use of native plants on properties for a number of reasons. They obviously have benefits to pollinators. But they also are often like low more low maintenance and typical ornamental plants. So we would encourage folks that that are gardening or are looking for something to plant on their property, then maybe consider some of our native plant species just because they do have that added benefit to the pollinators. We will also of course, promote the use of Cree native plants along natural areas like shorelines in addition to sort of the, the the wildflowers and the meadow species that we're using in this project, there's lots of native trees and shrubs as well that they can consider that are beneficial to pollinators. I was just gonna say and then supporting your local native nurseries. There's a there's a few in the Ottawa Valley that people can consider. And sometimes it just takes a little bit more searching and then digging to find those native native plants for your garden, but they're out there. And if we all support our local native nurseries, then they'll be able to continue supplying those plants for us.   Dan Seguin  20:24 And now, Tracey, what about from the Canadian Wildlife Federation perspective?   Tracey Etwell  20:28 Right, so we also support backyard gardens planted with native plants. It's a great start. We offer many webinars and guides online to help people get into this mode of planting. Some other things that people can do, that they might not have considered is leaving leaves on your lawn and garden in the fall. Many of these pollinators actually, overwinter and they'll use that that habitat to protect themselves from the winter conditions. Lastly, if you can resist mowing those dandelions until more spring flowers bloom. And that's one of the first floral resources that are available for pollinators. And the spring is actually one of the hardest seasons for them to get going because there's very little for them to feed on and they're very hungry, obviously. So something else you can also do is overseed. With clover in your garden, then clover is a great resource for pollinators. In terms of bigger things, you can contact your local councils and ask them to become a bee city, which is a specific designation, which means they support pollinators and you have projects that support that. And also contact your municipality and ask them if they can support meadow habitat restoration projects in their area.   Dan Seguin  21:40 Okay, Tracey, and Meaghan, are you ready to close this off with some rapid fire questions? We'll start with Tracy and then we'll follow up with Meaghan.   Tracey Etwell  21:50 Sure   Meaghan McDonald  21:52 Sounds good.   Dan Seguin  21:53  What is your favorite pollinator?   Tracey Etwell  21:57 My favorite pollinator is the Gypsy Cuckoo Bumblebee, which is an endangered Bumblebee with a great name.   Meaghan McDonald  22:05 I was just gonna say our native bees, there's many species and I think they're all important. So I don't have quite a specific answer, but native bees.   Dan Seguin  22:15 Now, what is your favorite flower?   Tracey Etwell  22:18 My favorite is the Brown Eyed Susan, which is a native plant, of course, a powerhouse for pollinators and very easy to grow.   Meaghan McDonald  22:27 I like Wild Bergamot. It's again, easy to grow. And it's got a really cool kind of purple flower on it.   Dan Seguin  22:35 Moving on, what is one thing you can't live without?   Tracey Etwell  22:41 Chocolate? Always chocolate?   Meaghan McDonald  22:45 And I would say coffee.   Dan Seguin  22:49 What habit or hobby have you picked up during shelter in place?   Tracey Etwell  22:55 For me, it's been sourdough baking, making my own.   Meaghan McDonald  23:01 I've been starting a lot of craft projects and not finishing them. We also got a canoe last year and new cross country skis this winter.   Dan Seguin  23:09 Okay, if you could have one superpower, what would it be?   Tracey Etwell  23:14 For me it would be to fly to travel and see the world.   Meaghan McDonald  23:18 Also to fly   Dan Seguin  23:22 This is an interesting one. If you could turn back time and talk to your 18 year old self, what would you be telling her?   Tracey Etwell  23:30 I would tell her to enjoy life more and not to be so serious.   Meaghan McDonald  23:36 I would say save and also travel and spend time with friends and family as much as you can while you can.   Dan Seguin  23:42 Okay, what excites you most about these pollinator projects?   Tracey Etwell  23:49 I get excited to see the new life emerge. So when new plants start to blow when the insects start to come in and use that habitat that just fills me with joy.   Meaghan McDonald  24:00 And I'm excited about kind of learning something new because these projects are new for us and being able to bring some of that knowledge to our landowners and then also to some of our conservation areas as well.   Dan Seguin  24:11 And lastly, what do you currently find most interesting in your sector?   Tracey Etwell  24:18 For me, I would say it's the new application of new technologies that are coming online that help us support the conservation projects and answering specific questions that we need help with.   Meaghan McDonald  24:29 And I really like working with landowners and sort of seeing them connect the dots on how what they do on their property really impacts nature and it's always fun to see.   Dan Seguin  24:40 Well, Tracey, Meaghan, we've reached the end of another episode of the thinkenergy podcast. I truly hope you had a lot of fun. And thank you so much for joining me today. Cheers.   Tracey Etwell  24:54 It's been great. Thank you, Dan.   Meaghan McDonald  24:56 Yeah, thank you.   Dan Seguin  24:58 Thanks for tuning in to another episode of the thinkenergy podcast, and don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review wherever you're listening. And to find out more about today's guests or previous episodes, visit thinkenergy podcast.com. I hope you will join us again next time as we spark even more conversations about the energy of tomorrow.

    Dick Lee and 60's Garage Rock from California Podcast
    Episode 58: 60's - 70's Rock with Dickie Lee and The Iceman (8.6.22) (E-346) (Frat Rock Party Time)

    Dick Lee and 60's Garage Rock from California Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 59:39


    * The photo on the left is of a great frat - swamp rock group from the bay area called "The Golliwogs." (later known as "Credence Clearwater Revival.".  THEME:  "FRAT ROCK PARTY TIME."PLAYLIST:00:00 | DJ | DICK LEE AND THE ICEMAN00:20 | WHAT I'D SAY | THE BRYMERS01:13 | FIT ME IN | BRYMERS02:41 | GIMME GOOD LOVIN | CRAZY ELEPHANT04:57 | LA BAMBA | BRYMERS08:03 | DO YOU LOVE ME | DAVE CLARK FIVE10:51 | INTERVIEW - DAVE DAVIES | THE KINKS12:59 | YOU REALLY GOT ME | KINKS15:45 | TWIST AND SHOUT | ISLEY BROTHERS18:44 | HANG ON SLOOPY |   22:30 | RED RUBBER BALL | CRYKLE26:20 | CHURCH LEY | JIM WALLER AND THE DELTAS30:25 | COME GET YOUR LOVE | RED BONE34:31 | KICKS | PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS37:09 | IN THE SUMMERTIME | MUNGO JERRY40:36 | MONEY | COACHMEN44:28 | WOOLY BULLY | SAM THE SHAM48:45 | DOUBLE SHOT OF MY BABY'S LOVE | SWINGING MEDALLIONS51:34 | UNCHAINED MELODY | RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS58:02 | NA NA HEY HEY | STEAM59:21 | HOLD ON I'M COMING | BRYMERS"Dick Lee and 60's Garage Rock from California" is a weekly one hour show that features great California Garage Rock along with the hits of the day. The show can be heard on KOOL 100.7 FM-Saturdays-12:00 noon (PST-Hanford, CA), Amsterdam International Radio, WYML 99.9 FM (Chicago), M.A.D. FM - New Zealand, Replay Radio FM (U.K.), Way Out Radio FM (U.K.), Experience FM 103.9 ( Indianapolis), 60's Chart Busters (Cyprus), KCEG (N.D.), Supreme VIB-Z Radio (Jamaica), So Faking Radio (Arizona), KOGY 95 FM-Hawaiian Pacific Radio, The Rock 97.3 (Morro Bay, CA), Atlantic Radio FM (U.K.), Riot Radio (Maryville, IL), Black Hole FM (Milford, CT.), Community Radio-Long Island, (N.Y.), KEWL 98 FM (New Jersey), Akaroa World Radio-90.1 FM (New Zealand), FAB Radio Internation (Manchester, England), Classic Rock XL, (Ontario, Canada), Northern Pirate Radio (U.K.), HD Radio Network, (Dealfield, Wisconsin), KHJ FM 105.3 (Albany, Oregon), Canal Side Radio, (U.K.), Remember Then Radio (U.S.) WRTR(Tuscaloosa, Ala), Sixties City Garage Rock, (U.K.), 57 Chevy Radio (U.S.), NWCZ Radio (Seattle-Tacoma), WCNX 1710 AM (Middletown, CT), KRYZ 98.5 FM (Mariposa, CA), WCSQ 105.9 FM (Cobleskill, NY), Brill 1449 Radio (U.K.), WZPH Radio (Dade City, FL), SG1 Radio (U.K.), Radio Flawless (New York), KWRH (St. Louis, MO), KWCZ (Seattle, WA). KITZ (Gilchrist, OR), KNCP (LA Pine, OR.), KZSR (Paso Robles, CA.) KOWS Radio (Sonoma County/Santa Rosa, CA), Heat FM Radio (NY), Griffiti Radio (U.K.), Bay and Basin 92.7 FM-Australia, ZANJ Radio (Jamaica), Dusty Discs Radio (B.C., Canada), The Phoenix Radio Network (U.K.), KCIW 100.7 FM (Brookings, OR), Q95 Oldies (S.C.), KALH Radio (N.M.), KSHD-FM, (OR), Mystery Train Radio (U.K.), Drive-In-A Go-Go Radio (Ontario, Canada), E.K FM Radio (U.K.), Rebel Radio (U.K.), GR8 Chats Radio (U.K.), Thunder Radio Canada (Ontario, Canada), Total Mixx Radio (Virginia), Veterans Family Radio (U.K.), KSVB 91.4 FM (Big Bear, CA), Destiny Radio (U.K.) Fantasy Radio (U.K.), Curve Radio (U.K.), Beatz Radio (Bangladesh), Ambron Radio (U.K.), Curve Radio (U.K.), Fantasy Radio (U.K.), Ohio Broadcast Network (Columbus, OH), Solar FM (U.K.), Sho Off Radio (U.K.), Max Radio (N.Y.), On Air Hits (TX), Sea Wall Radio (Galvaston, TX), Now Hits Radio (U.K.), Cruize Radio (Australia), Urban Essex Radio (U.K.), Corvette Retro Radio (Athens, Ohio), "HU 1 Radio" (U.K.), "Bulls Eye Radio" (New York), Cofton Radio (U.K.), Radio For Fun (Australia), Sanctuary Radio (Denver, CO), Mad Wasp Radio (U.K.), Kings FM Radio (U.K.), OwlTail.com, Cherokee Nation Radio, AKA Radio, (California), Madness FM Radio (U.K.), Global Community Radio (New York), iHeart Radio, Fish Creek Radio (San Antonio, TX), Chris Max Radio (N.Y.), Hot Tunez Radio (U.K.), QSKY Radio (New York), I.E. Radio (U.S. and U.K.), BHP Radio (U.K.), The Mix 96 FM (La, Ala, Ga, and the U.K.), Ken Versa's Power Hit Radio (Colorado), Radio Hawk (Cornwall, Canada), KMBY 95.9 FM (Monterey, Santa Cruz, Carmel), CABMZK Radio (U.K.), 70's Greatest Hits Radio (U.S.), KFOK Radio (Georgetown, CA), KINT 98 FM (El Paso, TX), Scream Radio (UK), A.M.R. Radio (Atlanta, GA), Seabird Radio (U.K.), Thames Valley Community Radio (UK), Arvada Rocks Radio (Colorado), Shore Shore Radio Blackpool (U.K.), KFOK 95.1 FM (CA), Peak Wireless Radio (U.K.), Your Radio (U.K.), KYXZ 107.9 FM (Grover Beach, CA), "Classic Rock XL" (McElmon Media Group - London and Ontario),  "Cool Vibes Radio (U.K.), 121 Radio (U.K.),  P.V.R. Radio (U.K.), and My Mix 94.3 FM (St. Louis, MO).

    The Sill
    TSP182 - PH Factor: Hit The Road Jack - The Covid Catalyst Migrations

    The Sill

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 39:24


    Covid induced social distancing protocols and affordability issues have been instrumental in driving Canadians into smaller towns and cottage country, where larger living spaces are available. Working and studying from home has become a reality for many, and one that few wish to give up. Co-host Harry Posner and his partner have joined the ranks of Canadians in this rapidly growing segment.Duration: 39:23Featuring: Kaitlan Klein of Century 21 Millennium Inc. Real Estate in Brampton, OntarioPosted: July 31, 2022

    Crimeopedia
    Suspicious Disappearance: The Lost Boys of Pickering

    Crimeopedia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 39:27


    In 1995, a group of 6 teenage boys would disappear without a trace after a night of parking in messing around in the local Pickering, Ontario, marina. Is this case one for 'true crime'? You decide. Due to character limitations, all source material is available on the website crimeopediapod.ca

    Antler & Fin
    Deer and Beer Pie

    Antler & Fin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 9:41


    I once laid over in London while traveling to Morocco and spent the night in a lovely cottage that had an amazing pub downstairs. It was something you have seen in the movies. A dark room with stone clad walls and a crackling fireplace. I am pretty sure it was lit only by candle and oil lamp. I grabbed a fresh pint of beer and sat at a table next to the fire. I squinted in the firelight as I read each menu item line by line. The one item that caught my attention was a beef and ale pie, aka pot pie or meat pie.  I ordered the pie and happily sipped my beer staring into the abyss of the cozy tavern. Within just a few minutes the server bounced over and served me my pie. I was very happy to crack through the crispy crust and dip my spoon into the rich dark gravy beneath. As I spooned in the first bite, I was consumed by this dish. Perfectly cooked vegetables, firm but tender meat, rich hoppy gravy. I was in love and ate the whole meal without breaking for a breath.  This dish is inspired by that moment and has hung around in my mind since that night. Feel free to use Phyllo dough or puff pastry for this meat pie. I also cooked mine on the smoker which added some smoky flavors to the entire dish. If you don't like ale then sub a dark porter or stout. I would lean away from hoppy beers for this dish. Think rich, balanced, and comforting… more cozy British tavern and less summertime BBQ. Cheers! Read the written version of this recipe as prepared by Justin Townsend, Editor-in-Chief at Harvesting Nature Rate this Podcast  Listen to our other podcasts here Check out our Small Batch Wild Food Spice Blends  About Adam Berkelmans: Adam Berkelmans, also known as The Intrepid Eater, is a passionate ambassador for real food and a proponent of nose to tail eating. He spends his time between Ottawa and a cozy lake house north of Kingston, Ontario. When not cooking, he can be found hunting, fishing, foraging, gardening, reading, traveling, and discovering new ways to find and eat food. Follow Adam on Instagram Visit the Intrepid Eater website  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Vancouver Life Real Estate Podcast
    Has Inflation Peaked?

    The Vancouver Life Real Estate Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 38:53


    In this episode we take a look at what our economy is doing from a National perspective. Some of the key take aways here include signs that we are seeing inflationary pressures beginning to ease, Bond Yields are continuing to come down and housing starts are beginning to increase again while we deal with sky rocketing rental increases. Home sales in the month of June and no doubt in the month of July are down by a serious margin (-33% in BC and -36% in Ontario) and continue to stall out the market. While prices are coming down, it appears as though inventory is holding strong and hasn't risen with only 3.1 months of inventory on the market. With strong national unemployment at 4.9% and record levels of immigration (over 400k) the fundamentals still look strong. Locally speaking, we have entered into a Balanced market which is something we haven't seen since January 2020! The median home price is also holding strong at 900k - although we suspect that will continue to fall as the Fed's continue to raise rates throughout the rest of the year. BC is down 33% in home sales year over year and while BC's inventory climbed +21% - the GVRD's inventory remains largely unchanged. It's crazy to think that just a year ago, households were paying just 2.5% average interest rates across ALL outstanding debt....credit cards, auto loans, mortgages, HELOCs....all of it but with higher interest on credit cards, rising levels of insolvencies (still low but rising), negative wage growth, falling prices and more expensive mortgages - Consumer confidence in Canada's housing sector has fallen off the map. If you bought a house today with prevailing rates, you are paying 55% more in payments for the same home than you would have just 10 months ago.Activity levels across major real estate offices is down on average by 15% and climbing - this is mostly because of the rising costs of borrowing and the continued cooling of home sales across the country. With the re-sale property market accounting for nearly 10% of our country's GDP, it's all but certain that a recession for part of 2023 is on our doorstep with the Central Banks attempt to control inflation.  www.thevancouverlife.com