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The At Issue panel discusses the political response in and outside of Quebec to Bill 96 and the use of the notwithstanding clause. Plus, the panellists unpack how the Conservative leadership candidates performed in French in their final debate and some of their shifting positions on another controversial Quebec law. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne, Althia Raj and Elamin Abdelmahmoud.
The nicest (and arguably toughest) guy in the league stops by for a chat! Preds defenceman and Ottawa-native Mark Borowiecki joins to talk about playing in Nashville, his return game in Ottawa and more! Plus Brent and Marc revisit some of their second round predictions, discuss how godly Connor McDavid's been this post-season and eventually Craig emerges from 5 days without power. Enjoy!
Caleb Krueger played basketball and ran track & field at Ottawa University from 2012-2016 and is now the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the University of North Carolina Women's Basketball team. He talks about growing up in Wakefield Kansas, how he got into basketball and track & field, his great career at Wakefield High School, and the process that led to him playing 2 sports at Ottawa University. Caleb details how he was able to play 2 sports at the collegiate level, how he managed his time, and how burning himself out freshman year led him to his interest in strength and conditioning. He discusses how he changed up his training process, the highlights of his basketball and track career with Ottawa, graduating early, and interning with the basketball team. Caleb explains his first job in strength and conditioning at Ottawa working with 8 different sports teams, going to the University of Kansas and working with the women's basketball team, men's basketball team, and softball team, and how he adjusted his trainings while student athletes were away from campus during the pandemic. He then talks about how the job with the UNC Women's Basketball team came to be, what it's like to work with Head Coach Courtney Banghart, what a day during the season looks like for him, and his excitement for the 2023 season.
In this English lesson, I wanted to help you learn the English phrase picture this. This is a phrase we say before we're going to describe something to someone. And when we want them to picture it in their minds, we want them to imagine they can see what we're describing to them. So I could say to you picture this, you're in Canada, you're walking along the shore of a lake. There's beautiful sand under your feet as you walk along the beach. Because I said picture this, it means I want you to try, and see all of the things that I'm describing in your mind as I'm saying them. By the way, you should come to Canada, and you should walk along a beach somewhere on one of our shores, I think you'd really, really enjoy it. So, but if I was telling you about it, I would start by saying picture this before I described it.WANT FREE ENGLISH LESSONS? GO TO YOUTUBE AND SEARCH, "BOB THE CANADIAN"If you enjoy these lessons please consider supporting me at: http://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadianThe other phrase I wanted to teach you today is the phrase out of the picture. This is a phrase that we use to describe, sometimes a person who is no longer around. Here's a good example. Let's say that my cousin was dating someone, and then they broke up. If someone said, where's your girlfriend? He might say, oh, she's out of the picture. Or if I said to my uncle and aunt, hey, where's Joe's girlfriend, I haven't seen her lately. They could say, oh, she's out of the picture. That simply means that they're no longer dating, and you probably won't see her around anymore.Anyways, to review, when you say picture this, you say this before you describe something, so that people know they should try and picture it in their minds. And when you say someone is out of the picture, it means that they're no longer around, that you won't be seeing them. We often use this in a situation where people are dating, and then they break up. We say, oh no, he's out of the picture. You won't see him at family reunions anymore.But hey, let's look at a comment from a previous video. This comment is from Suun, I saw you wore a T-shirt, but another YouTuber wore a down jacket in Canada. And my response, it's a big country. If you go far enough north, it's still pretty cold.And it also depends on the time of day. When I'm out in the middle of the day like right now, it is 9:15 in the morning. It's a little bit chilly still. I'm actually a little bit cold, even though I'm wearing a short sleeve shirt. But if you were in Ottawa, or if you were in one of our Northern cities like Edmonton, Alberta, it's probably even colder, and you would probably be wearing a jacket. So it depends what part of the country you're in at this time of year.Hey, I'm out here at one of our local soccer fields. Wow, the sun is really bright today. I was going to make this video here. I was a little worried, because they're mowing the lawn right now. So it's a little bit loud. I'm not sure if you can see them or hear them. But this is where I used to play soccer a long time ago when I was younger, when I was in my early 20s, I was a soccer player for a few years.Support the show
Australia's huge election win for the climate, batteries that last 100 years, forcing gas stations to install EV chargers and more! Getting towed after a town has all its charging stations inoperable. Must says no driver needed in one year. That's what he said last year. Brian's roof may be leaking due to solar install. Ottawa, Canada storms cause gasoline shortage. Gas stations can't pump gas when the power's out but you can power your house with your EV. Gogoro update on the battery swapping scooter company. Waymo employees will be able to hail fully autonomous rides in Downtown Phoenix in the coming weeks. For the past 10 years, Australian states and territories have had to go it alone in the transition to renewable energy. Not anymore. James learns what a solar garden is. Joe Biden offers 5 billion dollars for electric school buses. It used to be cheaper to switch from coal to natural gas, but now it's cheaper go directly from coal to renwables. NERC warns of a challenging summer for electrical grids in North America, including Saskatchewan. Predictions for the future of wind power in 2035. John Armitt of the financial times wrote an op ed calling on the UK to come clean on the costs of nuclear power and urges the gov to be upfront about the cost to electric bills. Global heating is cutting sleep across the world, study finds. Electrify America says its charging network will be entirely offset by solar energy next year, and that its electricity is already 100 percent renewable as of April. Thanks for listening to our show! Consider rating The Clean Energy Show on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you listen to our show. Follow us on TikTok! Check out our YouTube Channel! Follow us on Twitter! Your hosts: James Whittingham https://twitter.com/jewhittingham Brian Stockton: https://twitter.com/brianstockton Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Leave us an online voicemail at http://speakpipe.com/cleanenergyshow Tell your friends about us on social media!
Climate Resilient Design takes on a whole new meaning at Zibi, Ottawa's Carbon Neutral Community. Sure the buildings get electricity from run-of-river, and heat from district energy, but what will living in this new kind of community be like? We talk to Sean Lawrence of Kohn Partnership Architects about climate-resilient design and new ideas for living sustainably in the middle of the Ottawa River. Green Energy Futures CKUA Radio Podcast www.greenenergyfutures.ca
The debate of whether mercy killing can be used as a defence in a murder case is once again in the spotlight after a domestic homicide in Ottawa. Richard Rutherford, a former principal dancer with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and officer with the Canada Council for the Arts, was found dead in his home Easter weekend. His longtime spouse Phillipe Hebert has been charged in his death. Ottawa Citizen reporter Andrew Duffy joins Dave Breakenridge to discuss events that led up to Rutherford's death, why the couple's friends think it was an act of mercy, and how such acts are viewed by the Canadian legal system. Background reading: The 'tragic and profoundly human' story of Richard Rutherford and Philippe Hébert Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
No Money, No Food. It's Happening Already - FULL SHOW 5-24-22-Joe Moss & Syliva Rhodeafrom Ottawa Impact joins in to talk about the fight for life in Ottawa.-Trent Knibbe joins in for Tech Talk Tuesday powered by the Affordable iStore.Get the links to each day's show here:http://JustinBarclay.comPatriots are making the Switch!What if we could start voting with our dollars too?Now, you can spend your hard-earned money with family-owned businesses and "made in the USA" products that won't send it on to woke political causes that don't support our values.Discover how you can join the revolution when you select Justin Barclay from the drop-down menu at PatriotSwitch.comThe stories you won't hear anywhere else..Grab gear in Justin's store and help support the cause to bring you the stories you won't hear anywhere else.http://JustinBarclay.com/storeNo matter what's coming, you can be ready for your family and others.http://PrepareWithJustin.comJustin's book "Good News: Hope and Encouragement for Trying Times" is out now!Grab your signed copy today.http://JustinBarclay.com/storeDown 96 pounds!What's my secret?http://JustinBarclay.com/mysecret
This episode brought to you by Steve's gas-powered generator, as much of Ottawa remains without power. Tampa is outclassing Florida; Flames trail Edmonton 2-1 and remain hot over Lucic colliding with their goalie. Blues trail Colorado 2-1 and remain hot about Kadri colliding with their goalie. JT Wins the PGA Championship but Mito Pereira's meltdown on 18 will be hard to forget.
If you want to know more about your loved ones, head to https://www.StoryWorth.com/judgies for $10 off your first order and to help us out! In This Episode: A kid wants to take a DNA test to find out if they're 100% that ish, a roommate switches milks without warning, a kid catches their parents on Discord and talking with others, a listener lets us know about her roommate's interesting dinner options, and a listener attends a soccer game with some rowdy kids. We also open up some mail and talk about Disney Adults! Get Judgies Merch Here: Our Patreon is officially open, if you want to see extra content go check it out! Send us mail! (Addressed However You'd Like) P.O. Box 58 Ottawa, IL 61350 Leave a Review! Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Intro Music by: Iván Story Links: Ancestry Test: DELETED Milk Switch: Parents' Discord: ….oooO………….. …..(….)…Oooo… ……)../…..(….)…. …..(_/…….)../….. ……………(_/……. Time Stamps: 0:00 Intro 2:10 MAIL TIME 5:43 AITA Ancestry Test 18:41 AITA Milk Switch 27:42 AITA Parents Discord 36:33 CJ: Disney Adulting 48:15 LS: Tuna-Mac 51:01 LS: Soccer Game 61:39 Late Night Walmart Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bruce and Chantal are focused on two subjects this week -- Ottawa's decision to shut Huawei out of Canada's 5G networks, and Conservatives in Alberta push Jason Kenney out of the premier's chair. What are the implications on both decisions?
In this podcast episode, Greg Marchildon interviews Stacey Barker and Krista Cooke on the lives of Canadian women and their involvement in the two world wars of the 20th century. They along with co-author Molly McCullough wrote Material Traces of War: Stories of Canadian Women and Conflict, 1914-1945 published by the University of Ottawa Press in 2021 as part of the Canadian Museum of History's Mercury Series. This book provides short biographies of selected women who served as military nurses, volunteers and workers or who suffered great loss during the two wars. Stacey Barker is an historian in Arts and Military History at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa while Krista Cooke is a Parks Canada curator with two decades of experience in archives and museums. This podcast was produced by Jessica Schmidt. If you like our work, please consider supporting it: https://bit.ly/support_WTY. Your support contributes to the Champlain Society’s mission of opening new windows to directly explore and experience Canada’s past.
A river runs through Ottawa's ambitious carbon-neutral community called Zibi. Powered by run-of-river, heated by waste heat, and built energy efficiently, Zibi just might be a model of new climate-resilient, urban design. We talk to Ashley Graham of Zibi and Sean Lawrence of Kphn Partner Architects about this fascinating initiative. Green Energy Futures CKUA Radio Podcast
This episode we're excited to bring another interview your way, this time with CEO of Classical Conversations, Robert Bortins! Finally Jesse gets to talk about education while Justin just sits back and rolls his eyes. Just kidding, Justin did great. We grilled Robert on the role of the Church in education, responding to tyranny, and how to find out more about CC up in Canada too!We spend a few extra minutes after Robert signed off to sound off on abortion again. Never gets less frustrating... Thanks for tuning in!RESOURCESVisit classicalconversations.com to check out CC!Links to Robert's new podcast show can be found here.Follow Robert on Twitter and InstagramCheck out CC Canada! NEW SHIRT DROP!We are now offering a brand new shirt in the US and Canada shops! The Done Time shirt is designed by the faithful folks over at Trinity Bible Chapel in Waterloo, Ontario. The design features a prominent front design stating "Most of My Heroes Have Done Time". On the back contains a list of dozens of saints that have been imprisoned, including our friends Pastors James Coates and Tim Stephens. Head on over to carpefide.com/shop to grab yours today!SUPPORT THE LIBERTY COALITION CANADA!Grab one of our Hold the Line Shirts or Hoodies or Come Take It Pulpit shirts to support Liberty Coalition Canada as they cover the Ottawa protests and seek to glorify God in all things. No one likes fake news, so lets support our brothers and sisters on the front lines!US & Canada Store: carpefide.com/shopCREDITSAudio Post Production by Jaeger WincklerJaeger is a high school senior who enjoys writing, theology, audio editing, and music. He has many projects underway, including, but by no means limited to, writing a book, composing musical accompaniments to some of Tennyson's poems, and saving up for college at New Saint Andrews in Moscow, Idaho. You can read more about him and his thoughts at jaegerwinckler.com.
The Austin Sol have one of the toughest back-to-backs as they face Carolina and Atlanta in Week 4. The winless Phoenix travel to Montreal and Ottawa and hope to stay alive in the playoff race in the East Division.
Ottawa interdit à Huawei de participer au déploiement du réseau 5G au pays. La coroner Géhane Kamel commente son rapport sur la gestion de la pandémie dans les CHSLD, au début de la crise. 7 millions débloqués par Québec en prévision du 1er juillet. Fin de la visite royale au pays. | Bruno Larose (journaliste-présentateur)
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How to build and nurture a stronger more productive network A strong network is based on strong relationships Michael Hughes is the networking guy. He shares his insights about networking online, in person and in a hybrid world. Episode 95 (Michael is based in Ottawa, Canada) In this conversation we explore: How to center your mind for a better networking experience How to use Linkedin to start the conversation The nuances of virtual versus live networking The importance of establishing trust as the foundation The importance of value exchange in networking Leverage your curiosity The strengths and challenges of introverts and extraverts About Michael Hughes: Michael has invested the past 20 years researching networking as a business strategy and professional competency. He is known as North America's Networking Guru. He is a past chair of the Board of Directors of the Ottawa Board of Trade, one of the oldest and most respected Chambers of Commerce in Canada. Learn more Michael Hughes and his programs at www.NetworkingForResults.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/networkingforresults/ Excerpts from this conversation with Michael Hughes 11:58 Here's the reality. The reality is, every person has the potential to help you in some way, to the extent that they're willing to enable your mission. Our mission is to discover their ability as we grow and develop a relationship with them. So rather than having that one dimensional perspective of, "I just connected with George, I want to I want him as a client, I want him to give me money". It's about understanding, George, you and I are both professionals. And there's a way that we can help one another. Networking is not a sales arena. It's a peer to peer connection environment. And the more you focus on building a relationship, from a peer to peer perspective, and those opportunities are always here, as you connect with people as you interact with them to talk about their career, talk about their background, talking about their interests, talk about what's important to them. And the more you can position yourself, so that you can build that relationship. Now relationships are about three things. They're about trust, value, and contribution. Every important relationship in your life is based on trust. But it's built on value. And we all have a value. And then the third thing is contribution. So the smartest thing you can do as you connect with people engage in these conversations, is find some way to, to contribute to them, to be helpful for them. And that's, that's the biggest piece. The most difficult part for most professionals, when it comes to online networking and relationship building, is transitioning their mindset, from a technical perspective, to a personal perspective, and growing a professional relationship to see how we can help one another. That's my perspective. ----- 24:47 Michael if you could talk to to a business leader who's preparing to go to a networking event. And perhaps they're a little cautious, uncertain, nervous? What if you could give them one, two or three pieces of advice? And maybe it starts with what self talk should they have? What talks should they have with themselves before they go into the room? 25:19 Just an excellent question because too many people get so stressed and worked up about walking into a room full of people. And so what I suggest to people is just before you walk into the room, take 10 or 15 seconds and remind yourself that success you've had in the past. First of all, what's one event I went to where I'm in a good context. The second thing is, is to think in terms to prepare for success. And I'm going to meet somebody here who can have an impact on my career, or my life. So that's the starting point is, is prepare yourself as you walk. And the second thing is, once you while you walk in is be yourself. So many times we try and be someone else. And it just doesn't work to be yourself. And the third thing is think in terms of connecting with people making friends. Remember, I keep telling people networking is not a sales environment. It's a peer to peer connection network. People don't go to networking events to be sold. Consider that you're going to meet other professionals and discover the value they have and see how you can work together. ----- ----more---- Your Intended Message is the podcast about how you can boost your career and business success by honing your communication skills. We'll examine the aspects of how we communicate one-to-one, one to few and one to many – plus that important conversation, one to self. In these interviews we will explore presentation skills, public speaking, conversation, persuasion, negotiation, sales conversations, marketing, team meetings, social media, branding, self talk and more. Your host is George Torok George is a specialist in communication skills. Especially presentation. He's fascinated by the links between communication and influencing behaviours. He delivers training and coaching programs to help leaders and promising professionals deliver the intended message for greater success. Connect with George www.SpeechCoachforExecutives.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgetorokpresentations/ https://www.youtube.com/user/presentationskills https://www.instagram.com/georgetorok/
Le premier ministre de l'Alberta annonce sa démission après avoir remporté de justesse un vote de confiance au sein de son parti. Au moins 13 cas de variole du singe sont à l'étude à Montréal. Ottawa accuse le Kremlin de vouloir faire taire la presse libre en fermant les bureaux de CBC et de Radio-Canada en Russie. | Mathieu Belhumeur (journaliste-présentateur)
You see it most visibly when party leaders like Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh are accosted outside of events. But ordinary MPs of all parties report increasing amounts of verbal abuse and threatening behaviour—both in Ottawa and their home ridings. And it's escalating.Some veteran MPs have walked away from politics because of it. And it's quite likely this toxic climate is preventing plenty more would-be public servants from ever running for office. So how did it get this bad? And how do we fix it?GUEST: Stephen Maher, writing in The Walrus
Megan and Wendy expected a green screen in "Road Trip Romance" but didn't see the "Single White Female" angle coming in this new Hallmark movie. Listen in as they recap the absolute ridiculous series of unfortunate events and the Renaissance Faire overkill-eth in this movie about getting to the alter in time. Tell us what you thought about "Road Trip Romance" by emailing us at email@example.com. New podcast episode: Megan and Wendy review "Road Trip Romance" which premiered on the Hallmark Channel on May 14, 2022. Hallmark Channel News! Great news coming out of Hallmark Channel: A brand new series called "The Way Home" is expected to debut in 2023. (Via Deadline)Ryan Paevey is the newest actor to sign an exclusive deal with Hallmark. (Via Deadline) News and Notes for "Road Trip Romance" This film was primarily filmed in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.Reports suggest that production took place in the fall of 2021 (did you notice the pumpkins on the porch of the tow truck driver?)We talk about acquired Hallmark movies during this episode. Since the recording, we've learned that this movie was indeed made by Johnson Production Group and Hallmark Channel acquired it.See the list of movies Johnson Production Group has made. We have reviewed many of them! Where Have We See Natalie Hall? Natalie Hall plays Megan in this movie.She has 38 credits listed on IMDb, including "UnREAL" and "Pretty Little Liars." We'll also seen her in the following Hallmark movie, which we've reviewed.From March 2021, "Fit For a Prince" Summer Nights are Ahead! Did you notice the promos for Hallmark Summer Nights? As soon as we have confirmation on the Summer Nights line up, we'll give you our first impressions. Until then, see what's on for the rest of May. Do You Have a Favorite Hallmark Guy? Grab one of our limited edition Dudes of Hallmark shirts before they are gone! Shop now
The Supreme Court of Canada ruled last week that defendants accused of violent crimes can use self-induced extreme intoxication as a defence. We discuss the implications with Danielle Robitaille, a defence lawyer who represented Thomas Chan, who fatally injured his father while highly intoxicated; and Elizabeth Sheehy, a professor emerita at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law.
Annie Bergeron-Oliver, CTV News; Rachel Bendayan, Liberal MP; Dan Albas, Conservative MP; Rachel Blaney, NDP MP; Bill Fortier, CTV News; Laryssa Waler, GT & Co.; Tonda MacCharles, the Toronto Star; Karl Dockstader, One Dish, One Mic; Perry Bellegarde, former national chief of the Assembly of First Nations; and Stephen Carter, Decide Campaigns.
Ch1: I know it doesn't look like it out there today, but Spring weather is on its way. And with it, bears will be in our midst soon! Guest: Raji Sohal, CKNW Contributor Ch2: What is the significance of the Royal visit to Canada? Guest: Abigail Bimman, Global National Correspondent. Ch3: The Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada is currently on a Saskatchewan-BC tour where he will be visiting with First Nations from the provinces. Guest: David Lametti, Minister of Justice & Attorney General of Canada Ch4: As the cost of gas soars once more in parts of the province like Metro Vancouver, the BC Greens are proposing a temporary relief measure. Guest: Sonia Furstenau, BC Green Party Leader. Ch5: Could the Royals fix their reputation with making amends? Guest: CKNW Contributor Raji Sohal interviewed Dale Smith, Freelance journalist in the Parliamentary Press Gallery. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode of The Van Maren Show is Jonathon's speech at the March for Life in Toronto on Friday, May 13, the day after pro-lifers gathered at the March for Life in Ottawa. Included in the episode is an introduction and conclusion Jonathon recorded after the event. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Find more about Marianne and her work in the links below:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marianne.wilkinson2LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariannewilkinson/Marianne Wilkinson was born in Ottawa, Canada and graduated with an honours degree in Geography. Afterwards, she became a high school geography and urban studies teacher. In 1968, her and her family had moved to a small community called Kanata and that was when she was asked to join the community association. She has had over 50 years of involvement in caring and serving for her community, with roles from running the township council, town/city planning and overseeing transportation. She has served on the municipal councils in the City of Kanata and City of Ottawa for 29 years. It included 9 years as head of Council (Reeve and Mayor) and serving positions, including President, on the Association of Municipalities of Ontario. She has also served locally, provincially and nationally on a number of women's organizations, ran workshops for women and helped to start many community organizations – and still does. At 83 she's as involved as ever because her caring for the community remains strong, She has had many awards, the most recent was the naming of a bridge over the trans-Canada highway as the Marianne Wilkinson Bridge. She also continues to be a guest speaker on community building and the importance of being a volunteer.Subscribe and Follow the podcast for updates on:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6eM...Website: https://www.thefirstgenerationspodcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/FirstGenera...
May 17: Prince Charles and Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, meet with Indigenous delegates after landing in Ottawa; U.S. President Joe Biden visits the Buffalo mass shooting memorial site; and, a Rubik's cube master from Quebec has caught global attention for solving a three-by-three cube in 15.86 seconds, while blindfolded.
Tom Marazzo, who was on the frontlines with me in Ottawa during the Trucker's Convoy, joins me to discuss our tyrannical, fearless leader, Justin Trudeau, and what he has been up to recently. We are also joined by Michelle Black, a survivor, widow, and author of “Sacrifice: A Gold Star Widow's Fight for the Truth,” to discuss her journey to find the truth about the death of her military husband. Also, Pastor Majed El Shafie joins me to talk about a very heartbreaking case; the Ogunkoyas, a Christian family wanting to remain in Canada are potentially being forced to return to Nigeria, where they will be prosecuted for their Christian beliefs. To buy Michelle's book: https://michelleblacksacrifice.com/ To help the Ogunkoyas family: https://ofwi.org/freeogunkoyas ☆ We no longer can trust our mainstream media, which is why independent journalists such as myself are the new way to receive accurate information about our world. Thank you for supporting us – your generosity and kindness keep information like this coming! ☆ ~ L I N K S ~ ➞ DONATE AT: https://www.lauralynn.tv/ OR AT: firstname.lastname@example.org ➞ SHOP: https://teespring.com/stores/laura-lynns-store-2 ➞ TWITTER: @LauraLynnTT ➞ FACEBOOK: Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson ➞ RUMBLE: https://rumble.com/c/LauraLynnTylerThompson ➞ BITCHUTE: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/BodlXs2IF22h/ ➞ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/LauraLynnTyler ➞ TWITCH: https://www.twitch.tv/lauralynnthompson ➞ DLIVE: https://dlive.tv/Laura-Lynn ➞ ODYSEE: https://odysee.com/@LauraLynnTT:9 ➞ GETTR: https://www.gettr.com/user/lauralynn
Guest: Richard Warnica, Business feature writer Plastic recycling in Ontario has been called a “green lie.” For instance, Canada produced about 1.9 million tonnes of plastic packaging in 2019, according to a recent report commissioned by the Canada Plastics Pact. Of that, the authors estimate just 12 per cent was sent for recycling. Now, things might be changing. Ontario is modernizing the recycling regime in the province, putting more of the onus on companies to deal with their packaging waste. Along with action from Ottawa, now could be the time where we all get more real about recycling and making it actually work. This episode was produced by Alexis Green, Matthew Hearn and Raju Mudhar.
Greg speaks with co-moderator and TVO's Steve Paikin about last night's provincial leaders debate. Litigation lawyer Angela Chaisson joins the show to discuss a student's rights regarding an Ottawa school's dress code blitz. Global News reporter Marianne Dimain on Toronto Maple Leaf Mitch Marner's car jacking. Greg and Sheba discuss the sentencing in the Brady Robertson case. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This year is the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, which marks her 70 years on the throne and as our head of state. But as Elizabeth ages, she's been stepping back and paving the way for her son, Charles, to become King. This week, Charles and his wife, Camilla, are coming to Canada — visiting St. John's, Ottawa and Yellowknife — on a trip they say will focus on Indigenous reconciliation and climate change. Today we're exploring whether we should follow in the footsteps of other Commonwealth nations that have recently abolished the monarchy — notably, Barbados and Jamaica. According to a recent Angus Reid poll, 51 per cent of respondents said Canada should not remain a monarchy in coming generations. But abolishing the monarchy is a lot more complex than you might think. We're talking about why that is with David Schneiderman, a law and political science professor at the University of Toronto, and Jordan Gray, a policy analyst with Indigenous Affairs Canada.
This episode is a must listen for any new artist entering the music business & looking for advice on how to navigate the world of social media. New artists frequently ask Jay Jay for advice - & now, for the first time, Jay Jay & his guest, American idol metal singer, 24-year old Adam Ezegelian - lead singer of Adam & The Metal Hawks - will take you through all the steps you need to master & fulfill all of your Rockstar dreams. Adam gained listener's attention when starring on Season 14 of American Idol, & has since furthered his notoriety through live performances, & becoming a viral sensation with his band Adam & The Metal Hawks. Jay Jay & Adam discuss the parallels & differences between the state of Rock n Roll now to where it was in the 80's. They get into how the digital age has affected the music industry, for better or for worse, and discuss how to best navigate the current musical landscape. Jay Jay talks about why he views Adam's music in such a high regard, & how his raw talent immediately stuck out to him after catching their band perform live earlier this year. You won't want to miss this conversation, only on The Jay Jay French Connection: Beyond the Music! Be sure to stay up to date on Adam's music (New album releases this year, “Hurry up and Wait) - & check out some of his videos, socials & upcoming tour dates below! "Backwards" https://youtu.be/GLMq91Q5lBw Adam on top 12 guys American idol season 14 singing I Wanna Rock! https://youtu.be/FzBcBR8Op5w Upcoming Canadian tour dates and locations: May 25 - @onyxguelph / Guelph, ON May 26 - @mooseandgoose / Thorold, ON May 27 - @thesneakydees / Toronto, ON May 28 - @brassmonkeyottawa / Ottawa, ON May 29 - @thequeensnightclub / Barrie, ON
Longitude fellow Jaena Kim (University of Ottawa) presents an introduction to our series on NASA's Gateway program and shares highlights from the conversations led by Tony Zhou (Yale University), Jade McAdams (Rice University) and Quint Smits (Tilburg University).See transcript. Visit our series page. As part of our Longitudes of Imagination theme, we are exploring the roles of individuals, technologies and research in ocean science and space technology. In this series, the fellows share highlights from their conversations with the members of NASA's Gateway program. Gateway will be a small international space station that will be in orbit around the moon to support a lunar base and serve as a gateway for explorations beyond it. This podcast is a production of Longitude.site, a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization that empowers college students and recent graduates with experiences in leading conversations and presenting podcast episodes. If you would like to support/sponsor our programming, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our giving portal or write to us at email@example.com.If you enjoy our episodes, please share them with your friends and family. Thank you!Support the show
Students at an Ottawa high school recently protested over a school dress code enforcement blitz that they said unfairly targeted girls. We talk to Ottawa City Councillor Catherine Kitts about calls for an end to school dress codes — and the tactics used to enforce them.
Fresh off another scintillating weekend of Canadian Premier League action, the CanPL.ca Newsroom crew is back to break down all four games in reverse order. Kristian Jack and Charlie O'Connor-Clarke avoid dwelling on hockey by jumping right into Valour FC's 1-0 win over York United, as they give some much-deserved credit to the Winnipeg club's two CF Montreal loanees, Sean Rea and Jonathan Sirois, for their heroics at IG Field on Sunday (2:50). After that, they head east to Nova Scotia, where they're joined by Mitchell Tierney for a full discussion of a thrilling 2-2 draw between HFX Wanderers FC and Cavalry FC which featured plenty of set-piece magic and a late equalizer from Daan Klomp for the visitors (16:03). From there, it's all the way to the opposite coast for a chat about Pacific FC's 2-1 home win over FC Edmonton on Saturday night. Alexandre Gangué-Ruzic joins the show first to give his full analysis of the two sides from a competitive contest (27:32). After that, Pacific midfielder Manny Aparicio drops by to share his thoughts on the champions' start to the season -- as well as his side's "recovery day" spin class on Sunday (35:15). Finally, KJ and Charlie return to Ontario to break down a close-fought 1-1 draw between Forge FC and Atlético Ottawa at Tim Hortons Field (48:22), and they end the show with a brief discussion of some breaking news, with dual national Marcelo Flores officially choosing to represent Mexico rather than Canada in international football (1:02:40).
Greg speaks with Ottawa resident Nick Dumoulin whose sister was subjected to a dress code inspection at her Catholic school. Toronto business owner Palma N'Sheluvzit discusses today's topics with Greg. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Life Transformations with Michael Hart Aired: May 16th, 2022 on CHRI Radio 99.1FM in Ottawa, Canada. For questions or to schedule an appointment with Elim Counselling Services, call 1-877-544-ELIM(3546) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit elimcounsellingministry.com for more information. For more CHRI shows, visit chri.ca
Jan Grabowski, Professor of History at the University of Ottawa, discusses his new book (co-edited with Barbara Engelking) Night Without End: The Fate of Jews in German-Occupied Poland, focusing on the generally overlooked stories of the persecution and liquidation of Jews in rural and provincial areas in Poland, following the Nazi occupation.
In This Episode: We get an update on the boyfriend and his tunnel digging, the best man saves the day by signing at his best friends wedding or so he thought, a dad causes chaos as he helps his son cheat, a long distance boyfriend ruins this listener and her roommates relationship, and a listener wants a refund on his landscaping. We also head over to Does Anyone Else and learn about some weirdos on the internet. Use Code : JUDGIES for 20% off your first order https://www.prettylitter.com Get Judgies Merch Here: https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-judgies-podcast/ Our Patreon is officially open, if you want to see extra content go check it out! https://www.patreon.com/JudgiesPod Send us mail! (Addressed However You'd Like) P.O. Box 58 Ottawa, IL 61350 Leave a Review! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-judgies/id1519741238 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/judgiespod Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/judgiespod Intro Music by: Iván https://open.spotify.com/artist/5gB2VvyqfnOlNv37PHKRNJ?si=f6TIYrLITkG2NZXGLm_Y-Q&dl_branch=1 Story Links: Time Stamps: 0:00 Intro #Judgies #Reddit #Drama
Matt takes you out on to his Ottawa balcony with him once more as he removes his Toronto Maple Leafs flag in shame after another first round exit. What changes are coming to the Leafs in the off season? Is it time to blow up the Big 4? Will Brendan Shanahan, Kyle Dubas and Sheldon Keefe survive? How do you find the balance between necessary changes and overreacting? Follow us on social media @TallCanAudio
On this week's show: Latvia's PM discusses the strength of the NATO alliance in the Baltic states, and host Chris Hall visits a Ukrainian family newly arrived in Ottawa. Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne talks about his recent efforts to bring Canada's auto industry into the electric era. Plus — Conservative Party members react to this week's leadership debate, and an EU official details how lawmakers abroad are tackling online hate.
On February 20th, James Topp, a 28 year Armed Forces vet, started a historic march to Ottawa in protest of the erosion of freedoms, thousands being robbed of their careers and the national division Covid-19 public policies has caused. Leon chats with James as he marches across central Canada, and discussed the incredible support he's received from everyday Canadians along his journey. Don't forget to become an insider to get all the latest updates and more from Leon. If you enjoy this podcast, please like, subscribe, and leave a review.
Queer Vote Ontario is an historic coalition of 2SLBTQI+ organizations with an action plan to ensure queer and trans issues and solutions are on the agenda this election. Join us as the coalition's co-founder Fae Johnstone shares the behind-the-scenes of how one tweet got it all started, and why we speak better and louder when there are more of us in the room. Guest biography: Fae Johnstone is executive director and co-owner of Wisdom2Action (W2A) and based on unceded, unsurrendered Algonquin territory in Ottawa, Ontario. She is an experienced community engagement expert, diversity and inclusion consultant, and project manager. Over her past two years working with W2A, Fae has led local, provincial, and national initiatives focused on 2SLGBTQ+ community health and wellness, youth mental health, meaningful community engagement, and gender-based violence.
Entrevue avec Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, chef du Parti Québécois. Le PQ croit qu'il est grand temps de fermer le chemin Roxham, chemin qui représente plus de 90% des entrées illégales au Canada. Selon eux, Ottawa n'y fait rien, sachant pourtant que le Québec n'a malheureusement pas la capacité d'intégration pour accueillir ce flot d'arrivants. Au menu de la chronique de Karine Gagnon, chroniqueuse politique au JDM et JDQ et aussi directrice adjointe de l'information au Journal de Québec, on parle d'André Arthur, un homme de radio dont la mort suscite de nombreuses réactions. On parle aussi de la défense de notre langue avec l'arrivée à Québec d'un bureau de l'Observatoire de la langue française. Entrevue avec Ani Müller, artiste peintre. L'artiste peintre met sur pied un projet de co-création et correspondance artistique entre les différentes générations : 10 jeunes en difficultés d'apprentissage de l'école secondaire l'Horizon sont jumelés à 10 aînés en début de perte d'autonomie au CHSLD Claude-David de Repentigny. Leur défi? Réaliser une œuvre artistique commune mettant en scène les goûts et aspirations de chacune des générations. Entrevue avec Valérie Pelletier, militante également connue sous le nom de Legal Tender à Baie-Comeau. Le ministre Simon Jolin-Barrette a présenté des amendements au sujet du projet de loi 2 hier. Plusieurs membres de son groupe étaient présentes pour manifester devant l'Assemblée nationale afin de dénoncer que le projet ferait reculer les droits des femmes. Une production QUB radio Mai 2022 Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Episode 16 – The boys highlight some recent NHL news including the Calder Trophy finalists, the Montreal Canadians winning the 2022 NHL Draft Lottery, the retirement of the NHL’s all-time leader in games played Patrick Marleau, and keep you up to date on the action from the NHL playoffs. This week the boys were joined by Jake Gaudet, a former National Champion at Umass-Amherst and current member of the Cleveland Monsters in the AHL. The boys and Gauds talked about growing up in Ottawa, his experience at Umass, winning a National Championship and much more. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! Produced by @Hedgebettor
Entrevue avec Paul St-Pierre Plamondon, chef du Parti Québécois. Le PQ croit qu'il est grand temps de fermer le chemin Roxham, chemin qui représente plus de 90% des entrées illégales au Canada. Selon eux, Ottawa n'y fait rien, sachant pourtant que le Québec n'a malheureusement pas la capacité d'intégration pour accueillir ce flot d'arrivants. Pour de l'information concernant l'utilisation de vos données personnelles - https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener/fr
Examining the complexities of contemporary Indigenous identity, culture, and representation, Nicholas Galanin works from his experience as a Tlingit and Unangax̂ artist. Embedding incisive observation and reflection into his oftentimes provocative work, he aims to redress the widespread misappropriation of Indigenous visual culture, the impact of colonialism, as well as collective amnesia. Galanin reclaims narrative and creative agency, while demonstrating contemporary Indigenous art as a continually evolving practice. As he describes: “My process of creation is a constant pursuit of freedom and vision for the present and future. I use my work to explore adaptation, resilience, survival, dream, memory, cultural resurgence, and connection and disconnection to the land.” Galanin unites both traditional and contemporary practices, creating a synthesis of elements in order to navigate “the politics of cultural representation.” Speaking through multiple visual, sonic, and tactile languages, his concepts determine his processes, which include sculpture, installation, photography, video, performance, and textile-based work. This contemporary practice builds upon an Indigenous artistic continuum while celebrating the culture and its people; Galanin contributes urgent criticality and vision through resonant and layered works. The online viewing room at Peter Blum can be seen here. Nicholas Galanin (b. 1979, Sitka, Alaska) earned a BFA at London Guildhall University (2003), an MFA at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand (2007), and apprenticed with master carvers and jewelers. He currently lives and works with his family in Sitka, Alaska. Galanin participated in Desert X, Palm Springs (2021); Biennale of Sydney (2020); Venice Biennale (2017); Whitney Biennial (2019); and Honolulu Biennial (2019). Galanin's work is in permanent collections including The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Art Institute of Chicago; The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.; Art Bridges, Bentonville, AR; Detroit Institute of Arts; The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Denver Art Museum; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Princeton University among others. He received an award from American Academy of Arts and Letters (2020) and received a Soros Arts Fellowship (2020). Loom, 2022 prefab children's school desks and chairs with graphite and pencil carving, 100 x 83 x 54 inches (254 x 210.8 x 137.2 cm) World Clock, 2022 monotype on paper and accumulating stacks of The New York Times installation: dimensions variable monotype: 30 x 22 1/2 inches (76.2 x 57.1 cm) The New York Times: 11 1/4 x 12 inches, each