Bill Powers (Mining Stock Education) and Shubham Garg (White Tundra Investments) each placed big bets on Prospera Energy. They did so independently of each other but come together in this show to share why they are bullish on the company. Neither Bill nor Shubham has received compensation from Prospera. Both are investors in the company. Shubham will be a strategic partner for both engineering support and business development initiatives moving forward. Listen to CEO Samuel David and VP Finance Chris Ludtke explain Prospera Energy's investment thesis in this episode. For the past two years Prospera has been in restructuring as legacy debts and non-compliances have been largely resolved. During this period, the team has grown production from 80 bpd to 1,250 boepd and reduced production costs from C$60/barrel to under C$40/barrel. They believe that in the next 2-3 years they can reduce production costs to possibly under C$20/barrel and achieve 10,000+ boepd by optimizing current assets and through strategic acquisitions. The company has about 400 million barrels of oil in place. And Prospera's core assets in Saskatchewan and Alberta had previously, during peak oil times when they were being fully developed by multinational oil companies, already saw production of over 10,000 boepd. The company has the facilities to accommodate over 10,000 boepd. 0:00 Introduction 1:23 Why Bill invested in $PEI.v 3:29 Why Samuel David took on Prospera's restructuring 6:11 Why Samuel chose restructuring rather than bankruptcy 11:04 Lacey and Richardson families financed restructuring 13:00 Shubham Garg & White Tundra are strategic partners 19:07 Shubham's $PEI.v blue sky price targets 22:44 Prospera optimizing and lower production costs 24:21 Role of hedging production? 25:25 Significant increase in 2P reserves & reserve life index 28:26 Analogue company for Prospera? 29:23 Horizontal drilling program 33:19 Prospera's partnership with Aduro Clean Tech to transform heavy oil into higher-value fuels 34:23 Enhanced Oil Recovery Techniques 36:06 10,000+boepd target in 2-3yrs is very doable 37:42 Sunk and replacement costs for Prospera's facilities 39:42 Shubham's commentary on PEI's share structure 41:18 Shubham: “The company has achieved escape velocity” 43:09 Shubham: “New wells are being managed well” 44:31 Shubham: Many ways to increase production 47:19 Final thoughts https://www.prosperaenergy.com/ Stock Exchange Listings (TSX.V: PEI, OTC: GXRFF, FRA: OF6B) 2023 Year of Record Growth Press Release: https://money.tmx.com/en/quote/PEI/news/8281083222543338/Prospera_Positioned_for_2023_Record_Growth_after_2022_Transformational_Year_of_Production_Revenue_and_Profitability Sign up for our free newsletter and receive interview transcripts, stock profiles and investment ideas: http://eepurl.com/cHxJ39 Bill Powers placed a big bet on $PEI.v with his own cash at an average cost basis of about C$.08/share. His time horizon is about 2-3 years from now for this investment to yield the (outsized) returns he expects. He was not compensated to feature Prospera Energy on MSE. Do not purchase shares of Prospera because Bill did. Do your own due diligence. Prospera Energy's cautionary forward-looking statement also applies to the content written below and the information discussed in my interview. The standard MSE disclaimer applies to this interview: https://www.miningstockeducation.com/disclaimer/
Kyle and Adriel hold down the fort with a quick episode. We cover Utreon, self defense books, the news out of Illinois and PEI, and what Sig Sauer owners are like. The post Episode 489 – a quick one appeared first on Slam Fire Radio.
CCFR Radio – Ep 134: RCMP to Run Buy-Back on PEI? Alberta Fires at Feds Again! Is the Lee Enfield Next? Blacklock's Reporter reveals ATIP, RCMP to run assault weapon buyback on PEI. Alberta fires at feds yet again! Mendicino dodgy on future status of Lee Enfield rifles. 22 gauge rifle wielding Liberal educates media […]
Today, we are making invisible things visible for people who love to think about our human condition, the philosophers(!), and people with ADHD who struggle with the meaning of life, our purpose and how to make sense of our experience as humans. I cover: How my pursuit of a late-in-life ADHD diagnosis revealed some interesting (and obvious) signs of ADHD, from one of my philosophy professors, What “bibliotherapy” is, and how stories that are hundreds of years old, can help us with our mental health struggles, Nietzsche and concept of the Eternal Return, The art of taking responsibility for your life. Resources: Check out our vetted and recommended BOOK LIST! Bibliotherapy for all. Specifically related to this episode, I might recommend When Nietzsche Wept: A Novel of Obsession by Irvin Yalom. Learn about evidence-based treatment for ADHD, assessment and diagnosis pathways and find supportive articles HERE. Use the discount code ‘CCPODCAST' at checkout, for 15% off on DIY*ADHD. Looking for one on one support or treatment in Ontario, Alberta or PEI? Meet the Team. Find Christina (CRPO #003908): Website | Meet the Team | DIY*ADHD course | Instagram | Facebook | TikTok A gentle reminder that this is not therapy, and Christina is not your therapist. If you need more one on one support or treatment, please check out the links posted in the Show info and episode notes on the main podcast webpage. LISTEN OR SUBSCRIBE for free in your favourite podcast app: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Overcast | Stitcher | RSS --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christinacrowe/message
Sifted from the ashes of 2006, forged in the fires of your mom's basement, and tempered in the oils of teenage angst, East Coast Emo Night is an ongoing celebration of an entire genre that marches under the direction of Sarah Hellingwerf aka Shellingwolf.Tooth fairy by day and Mistress of Nostalgia by night, Hellingwerf has been leading her own Black Parade across Atlantic Canada since 2019 with a growing and enthusiastic fanbase trailing in her wake.From Halifax, Saint John, PEI and newly Moncton and Fredericton, Sarah aims to keep expanding East Coast Emo Night along with adding more Collaborations. The best is yet to come!Find out more @shellingwolf
Amanda Dean from the Insurance Bureau of Canada has tips for people whose insurance claims are still unresolved 3 months after Fiona damaged their homes. We hear your feedback on green energy. An eagle that was injured on PEI gets a send-off to his new home in NS. And on the phone-in: Appliance repair technician Aaron Publicover.
Angela Soltesz in Coxhealth, Cape Breton and Leonard Wall in North Sydney say a slow response from their insurance company has caused problems in their homes. Water damage has not been fixed and now they have mould. We hear your feedback on illegal snares on PEI. And on the phone-in: Green energy.
For centuries, people in the Maritime provinces of New Brunswick, PEI and Nova Scotia have reported seeing a full-rigged sailing ship, engulfed in red flame, sailing against the wind in the waters of Chaleur Bay and the Northumberland Strait. Some say that it's just an illusion, but the "fireship" has been seen by people of all ages, cultures, and employment, in all kinds of weather, in all seasons, and at all times of day and night, for generations. What are the stories behind these strange spectres, and what can we learn from them about our history, our cultures, and ourselves?Read the complete show notes and more at FiresideCanada.ca
The committee looking at minimum wage is revising its timeline to reach $15 an hour in Nova Scotia. It would put us on pace to match PEI if government accepts it. And they want to tie future increases to the inflation rate. We'll have to wait to see if there's any interest in that.
In this episode of #NAEEM_SIKANDAR_PODCAST, we have invited Mr. Shahid Yusuf, an Executive Director at the Poverty eradication initiative. PEI aims to reduce the stunting rate from 48% to 43% in the first five years (by 2021) in Sindh by increasing ‘and expanding coverage of health interventions, that are known to reduce stunting in the first five years of children's lives. Mr. Shahid has also worked with Imran Khan's government. he has witnessed state affairs very closely. in this podcast, I mainly discussed solutions to Pakistan's sinking economy.
Debbie Travers of Kildare Capes, PEI, says she's outraged after her dog was killed by an illegal snared on her property. Green Party MLA, Hannah Bell, comments on what could be done about illegal snares.And on the phone-in: We speak with political scientists, Yvon Grenier from St. FX and Lori Turnbull from Dalhousie University about news stories to watch in 2023.
Dave Cairns is a Senior VP of CBRE Canada but he's unlike any commercial real estate broker you've ever met. His career began in online poker - a great example of transferable skills from an unconventional background setting someone up for success for the future of work. Digital collaboration, online learning, risk tolerance are all skills Dave used to pivot into real estate and his current "homead" version of remote work. He lives in PEI with his wife and young daughter and travels for work when necessary but most of his work is done from home. We talk about space as a service, the benefits of remote work for small, rural communities, making friends and supporting neighbours. Co-working comes up too - it's not just the WeWork model anymore - there are residential coworking spaces in some smaller communities now too. We also talk about using social media to be disruptive and how unconventional messaging to sell in a traditional industry carries it's own risks - coming from financial services, I can relate. Dave Cairns LinkedIn
Tina Simpkin, our meteorologist, provides all the details about a big winter storm that's set to hit on Friday and continue through Saturday. We hear about a community fridge in Orwell, PEI. Doug MacPhee, a well-known musician in Cape Breton, passes away. And on the phone-in: Hidden gem eateries and diners in the Maritimes.
Jay MacKay who runs "DaVinci in Wood" studio in Peggy's Cove, NS, has used wood from trees that were brought down by Fiona to carve special pieces for families. The police on PEI inform people about a new phone scam on landlines. And on the phone-in: Jim White on painting & staining.
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On this episode I'm joined by Liam and Tyler from BAITED. We sit down to talk about the PEI scene, pristine beaches, recording their LP, throwing shoes, and their coffee taste. During the episode I was drinking Nova from Dispatch Coffee and the boys were drinking some coffee from Milano. Episode Links: https://dispatchcoffee.ca/ https://www.milanocoffee.ca/ https://linktr.ee/baitedpei https://www.beansandbreakdowns.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beansandbreakdowns/message
This week, Alicia's brother, Caleb, joins her to discuss episode 6. We meet Aunt Josephine, Caleb shares how Anne potentially poisons a child and we wonder where the premier of PEI is visiting from. Join us next time for discussion of the season finale! Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @galsofgreengablespod
Shirley Brennan, the executive director of the Canadian Christmas Trees Association explains the impacts of climate change on the industry in the Maritimes. We hear about a very special Christmas tree at Lennox Island First Nation on PEI. And on the phone-in: Automotive expert, Doug Bethune.
To address the growing problem of youth vaping, the Lung Association of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward held Youth Vaping Awareness Days for Grade 7 students at 19 schools across PEI. Now they're looking to expand that program into Nova Scotia.
Jamie Myra from Lunenburg, NS, is organizing a big road trip to Halifax on Saturday. Lunenburg player, Will Chisholm, will play for the visiting team, the Gatineau Olympiques. Jamie is Will's uncle. The CBC's Nancy Russel speaks with mussel fishermen on PEI about damage from Fiona. And on the phone-in: Dog behaviour expert, Silvia Jay.
Brian Higgins with CBC Charlottetown reports on the latest information regarding the employment of temporary foreign workers on farms on PEI. We hear tips about getting your kids to do chores around the house from CBC Saint John, And on the phone-in: Physio tips from Laura Lundquist.
Nova Scotia's Department of Environment and Climate Change has issued a report, outlining the coming effects of climate change. We speak with Will Balser, the coastal adaptation co-ordinator with the Ecology Action Centre. We hear about the "Holiday Hosts" program on PEI for newcomers. And on the phone-in: Rosmarie Lohnes on coastal erosion.
Alicia Willar of Lake Loon, NS, says it's really hard to find affordable baby formula for her infant daughter — and that the problem is widespread. Hear how local musicians and storytellers entertained more than a hundred members of the francophone community in Miscouche, PEI. And on the phone-in: neurodiversity in the workplace.
Kelly and Lauren share the second half of their latest Q&A episode where they answer your questions around minimalism and their minimalist lifestyles! On Instagram @millennialminimalists, Kelly and Lauren asked you, “what areas of excess are you looking to declutter and how can we help you?" and today they share their responses! Together they each share their tips on how to manage junk drawers, old hobbies and crafts, office clutter, bathroom clutter, and excess clothes to name a few. Plus, they discuss mental and emotional clutter, which are areas of excess that they personally continue to work on the most. Be inspired by Kelly and Lauren's simple living tips to further help you work through the various areas of clutter in your life. Follow us on IG and FB @millennialminimalists Sign-up for online therapy at betterhelp.com/minimalists -- This episode is supported by our sponsor, Loblaws Dietitian Services. Go to dietitianservices.ca to book a free 15-minute consult today! Conditions apply. 3,000 PCO Optimum offer is available to PC Optimum™ program members in NB, NL, NS, PEI, ON, SK, MB, AB and BC until December 15, 2022 upon completion of a free 15-minute initial phone/virtual consult with a Registered Dietitian. Membership is free. To register as a PC Optimum™ member, visit pcoptimum.ca. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. No cash value. Offer expires after one use. We are not obligated to award points based on errors or misprints. Minimum redemption 10,000 points. See PC Optimum™ terms and conditions at www.pcoptimum.ca for program details and redemption restrictions.
A bald eagle called 450, who was severely injured in PEI, will soon have a new home at Hope for Wildlife after a unique surgery and a year of rehabilitation. Lara Cusack with the Atlantic Veterinary College talks about getting 450 up and flying again.
Last week Pat Wiedemer joined me discuss what the pro-life movement looks like in Canada and what it means to truly value all life. Our conversation continues today as we focus in on the importance of healthy families and how to discuss the topic of abortion with our children. Pat shares very practical thoughts on raising our children to value life and understand the importance of serving others. She also emphasizes how critical our work in the home is as mothers and the huge impact that healthy homes have in regards to this issue. Discussion: - raising children to value life - teaching our children selflessness and a willingness to serve others - setting a healthy foundation in the home to make talking about abortion easier - the importance of women supporting women Resources mentioned: Life Canada website www.lifecanada.org Baby Center week by week videos www.babycenter.ca Mother Teresa quotes About Pat: Pat Wiedemer is the Executive Director of PEI LIFE and is also the President of the LifeCanada National Association. Working to providing life-affirming solutions for today's generation she seeks to offer alternative ways to reach out and support those in need. Recently, she became the proud grandmom of her third grandbaby. Since the death of her husband, Pat resides in PEI, Canada with her family and has the great privilege of living close to her grandbabies too! Connect with Pat: email@example.com www.lifecanada.org Knowing Motherhood socials Instagram: @knowingmotherhoodpodcast Facebook: @knowingmotherhood Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nathan White is a locally grown and pandemic-inspired singer-songwriter.I've been watching him learn and grow and fall in love with this art we call music over the past few years and to celebrate his very first original song, I've invited him on the show to share his story up to this point. We have the best mimosas I've ever tasted and lots of laughs. Download now to hear about the time he got to pilot the PEI ferry.... Trust me, you're going to want to hear this one. To Nathan: Pleas don't stop. We love what you're doing. Sincerely, - The JaM Sessions TeamSupport the show
Modular units that will operate as an emergency shelter in Charlottetown were supposed to open today but the opening is delayed. We speak with Chris Clay with the Native Council of PEI about the impact of the delay. David Dobbelsteyn in Saint John, NB, talks about attracting 12,000 newcomers to the city. And on the phone-in: Decluttering with Colette Robicheau.
Bruce MacDonald, the president and CEO of Imagine Canada, talks about the difficulties charities are facing on this Giving Tuesday. We hear from people on PEI who have a lot to say about the proposed rent freeze on the Island. And on the phone-in: George Iny from the Automobile Protection Association.
As a professional disc golf competitor, Chris Hartmann is one of the top 25 rated players in Canada and has played well over 100 courses in Canada, the United States, and Europe. Chris was a member of Team Canada who won gold at the WFDF World Team Disc Golf Championships in 2017 in England. He again represented Canada at the event in Estonia in 2019, and in Croatia in 2022 where the team secured the bronze medal. Chris is sponsored by Innova Disc Golf and represents AceRunners and Ready Disc Golf. He has competed in over 90 Professional Disc Golf Association sanctioned events, including numerous World Championships and U.S. National Tour events. As top Canadian at the Canadian Championships in 2018 at Hillcrest Farm in PEI, he qualified for, and subsequently competed in the United States Disc Golf Championships in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Chris has a Masters degree in Exercise Physiology from Western Washington University. He has held coaching certification in four different sports and is currently the head coach of Canada's first collegiate disc golf program at Trinity Western University in Langley, B.C. He has a passion for course design and bringing disc golf into mainstream recreational programming. Chris is excited about the opportunity to bring this emerging sport to Trinity Western University Athletics and to help grow the sport in colleges and universities across Canada. He is also pleased that young disc golfers will have an opportunity to incorporate their sport into their university experience and benefit from The Complete Champion Approach™. Chris is one of two partners in INdesign Disc Golf, a company passionate about designing, and consulting on, new disc golf courses. He is Director with the society that built and now maintains Raptors Knoll DIsc Golf Park in Langley. Chris and his wife, Donna, reside in White Rock, British Columbia. Learn more at https://www.indesigndiscgolf.ca/
In response to popular demand, Kelly and Lauren run another Q&A episode where they answer your questions around minimalism and their minimalist lifestyles! On Instagram @millennialminimalists, Kelly and Lauren asked you two questions, “how can we help you simplify your life and live with greater intention?” and, “ask us anything about our minimalist lifestyles” and today they share their answers to your responses! Together they cover everything from how to manage living with someone who is attached to their stuff, what to do with sentimental and 'just in case' items, how to simplify your work life, and more. They also share their individual approaches to wellness, how they maintain their daily routines, and how they store essential household items. Plus, they even reveal the number of items in their wardrobes! Be inspired by Kelly and Lauren's simple lifestyle tips and be motivated to apply minimalist habits to your every day. Follow us on IG and FB @millennialminimalists Sign-up for online therapy at betterhelp.com/minimalists Visit thestar.com/podcast survey to win 1 of 3 $100 Amazon Gift Cards! -- This episode is supported by our sponsor, Loblaws Dietitian Services. Go to dietitianservices.ca to book a free 15-minute consult today! Conditions apply. 3,000 PCO Optimum offer is available to PC Optimum™ program members in NB, NL, NS, PEI, ON, SK, MB, AB and BC until December 15, 2022 upon completion of a free 15-minute initial phone/virtual consult with a Registered Dietitian. Membership is free. To register as a PC Optimum™ member, visit pcoptimum.ca. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. No cash value. Offer expires after one use. We are not obligated to award points based on errors or misprints. Minimum redemption 10,000 points. See PC Optimum™ terms and conditions at www.pcoptimum.ca for program details and redemption restrictions.
Louise Comeau, who's the director of climate change solutions with the Conservation Council of NB shares her views on the federal government's new Climate Adaptation Strategy and what will need to happen now. We hear from farmer, Mary Robinson, from PEI, about her trip to COP27 in Egypt. And on the phone-in: Jim White has painting & staining tips.
In today's episode Pat Wiedemer, President of the board at Life Canada, joins me to discuss the very real issues that we are facing in regards to abortion in Canada. Our lack of laws regarding abortion in this country speaks volumes about the value we place on life, not only life in the womb but the emotional, mental and spiritual health of our women and their families. Discussion: - the reality of consequences following abortion - societal pressures that make abortion look like an easy “way out” of pregnancy, while leaving women hurting and alone in their regret - we discuss the misinformation regarding the often looked upon “grey area” of rape/incest cases and why choosing life is always the best decision for both mother and baby! Pat Wiedemer is the Executive Director of PEI LIFE and is also the President of the LifeCanada National Association. Working to providing life-affirming solutions for today's generation she seeks to offer alternative ways to reach out and support those in need. Recently, she became the proud grandmom of her third grandbaby. Since the death of her husband, Pat resides in PEI, Canada with her family and has the great privilege of living close to her grandbabies too! Connect with Pat: email@example.com www.lifecanada.org Knowing Motherhood socials Instagram: @knowingmotherhoodpodcast Facebook: @knowingmotherhood Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly and Lauren are joined by registered dietitian and nutrition expert, Martina Luketich, to debunk common food and nutrition myths and to help you make better decisions about what you eat! Similar to decluttering our homes, Kelly and Lauren believe in removing the excess when it comes to the ideas around food and nutrition. In a time where our eating habits are continually under pressure, Martina shares evidence-based tips to help you take the stress out of eating and strengthen your relationship with food. Together they discuss popular food misconceptions, how to manage ever-changing food trends, what it means to eat intuitively, what it's like to work with a dietitian, and more. Be inspired to ‘unlearn' unhealthy patterns and misconceptions around food and be motivated to build simple and healthy habits that support your nutrition goals for good! -- Follow Martina Luketich on IG: @Loblaws.dietitian.martina Follow Loblaws Dietitians on IG and FB: @shoppersonlinedietitian, facebook.com/virtualdietitianservices Visit thestar.com/podcast survey to win 1 of 3 $100 Amazon Gift Cards! Follow us on IG and FB @millennialminimalists -- This episode is supported by our sponsor, Loblaws Dietitian Services. Go to dietitianservices.ca to book a free 15-minute consult today! Conditions apply. 3,000 PCO Optimum offer is available to PC Optimum™ program members in NB, NL, NS, PEI, ON, SK, MB, AB and BC until December 15, 2022 upon completion of a free 15-minute initial phone/virtual consult with a Registered Dietitian. Membership is free. To register as a PC Optimum™ member, visit pcoptimum.ca. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. No cash value. Offer expires after one use. We are not obligated to award points based on errors or misprints. Minimum redemption 10,000 points. See PC Optimum™ terms and conditions at www.pcoptimum.ca for program details and redemption restrictions.
On Prince Edward Island, right now it's up to landlords whether pets are allowed in rentals. A Green MLA wants to see that change. We hear reaction from Chris LeClair, a senior policy advisor with the Residential Rental Association of PEI. And on the phone-in: our gardening expert, Niki Jabbour on planting bulbs for the winter
Are you looking to adopt a minimalist approach to food and diet? While a minimalist diet favors a sustainable and plant-based lifestyle, there is no rulebook. You will learn that a minimalist lifestyle supports a simple and intentional version of ‘your diet, your way.' Kelly and Lauren share their food and diet systems, their grocery shopping routines, the ingredients in their cupboards, and how they have each simplified their kitchens to the essentials! You will learn about the relationship between the food we eat and our mental and physical wellbeing and the importance of eating a healthy diet to feel better, improve your sleep, and be more present. Be inspired by Kelly and Lauren's simplified approach to food and diet and be motivated to choose a dietary mindset that is right for you! Mentioned Super Soul Special: Suzy Amis Cameron: One Meal a Day [Thank you for listening to this podcast. We want to hear what you think! Our listener survey at thestar.com/podcastsurvey shouldn't take more than five minutes, and you'll be entered for a chance to win one of three $100 Amazon gift cards. Thanks for helping us make great podcasts!] -- This episode is supported by our sponsor, Loblaws Dietitian Services. Go to dietitianservices.ca to book a free 15-minute consult today! Conditions apply. 3,000 PCO Optimum offer is available to PC Optimum™ program members in NB, NL, NS, PEI, ON, SK, MB, AB and BC until December 15, 2022 upon completion of a free 15-minute initial phone/virtual consult with a Registered Dietitian. Membership is free. To register as a PC Optimum™ member, visit pcoptimum.ca. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. No cash value. Offer expires after one use. We are not obligated to award points based on errors or misprints. Minimum redemption 10,000 points. See PC Optimum™ terms and conditions at www.pcoptimum.ca for program details and redemption restrictions.
My guest Marlee Liss made history in the justice system when she fought for her sexual assault case to become the 1st in North America to conclude with restorative justice through the courts, instead of sending her assaulter to jail. In this episode, Marlee and I break down the problem with the current prison system and what else is possible. The idea of imprisonment, while preventing some people from even committing a crime in the first place, can also breed more suffering in our communities due to the consequences of the legal procedures themselves. The punitive system has a way of locking patterns of violence into communities without room for change, perpetuating trauma throughout society. Modern punitive processes tend to focus on the person who committed the crime and turn away from all else who were impacted by the event. Restorative justice is an alternative approach to prison in the legal system that includes healing for all involved. It is a process that seeks to repair harm by providing an opportunity for those harmed and those who take responsibility for the harm, to communicate about and address their needs in the aftermath of a crime. Not only is there an opportunity for healing the wounds that came as a result of the crime, but also for the pain that led to the crime being committed in the first place. I, your hostess, Becca, am a Spiritual Life Coach and Astrologer who supports clients through their spiritual awakening and knowing themselves more deeply. I help purpose driven people break free from being stuck, step into their natural gifts, & live a life true to their core. Reach me online at www.beccaspeert.com or connect with me via social media on instagram: @beccaspeert, Tik Tok: beccaspeert, or on Facebook: Becca Speert Coaching. To follow the podcast you can *subscribe* to get notified when a new episode is released. You can also follow and support the podcast on Instagram @_rooted_souls and Facebook: Rooted Souls Podcast. Marlee is a somatic coach, award-winning speaker, author, restorative justice advocate and lesbian Jewish feminist. Since Marlee's case, she has coached hundreds of women and non-binary folk in healing shame and transforming trauma. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Huff Post, Buzzfeed, the Mel Robbins Show and more. As an award-winning speaker, she's delivered talks for: The US Military SAPRO, Fordham School of Law, University of Toronto, Trauma & Recovery Conference, PEI's Sexual Assault Awareness Week and more. Marlee was 1 of 25 survivors on an elite panel for the National Action Plan to End Gender Based Violence informing federal policy and her story is currently being made into a documentary. To Connect With Marlee: IG: https://instagram.com/marleeliss Speaking/workshop information: https://www.marleeliss.com/speaking Quiz for free personalized resource guide: https://www.marleeliss.com/
If you want to improve your spending habits and be more intentional with your time and attention, this conversation is for you! Kelly speaks with fellow minimalist and recognized filmmaker, writer, and author, Anthony Ongaro to share lessons from his book, Break the Twitch: a practical guide to minimalism, intentional living and doing more of what matters. Anthony defines the twitch as an impulsive response to discomfort that can cause us to give into distractions, and he shares how the twitch caused him to overspend and miss out on meaningful experiences. You will learn the tools to help you adopt intentional spending habits and focus your attention on the people, experiences, and things that you have always wanted to pursue. Be inspired to take a step back, identify the twitches in your life, and remove the distractions so that you can make purposeful purchases and do more of what matters. Mentioned Breakthetwitch.com Read Break the Twitch Subscribe to Anthony's YouTube Channel Follow Anthony on Instagram [Thank you for listening to this podcast. We want to hear what you think! Our listener survey at thestar.com/podcastsurvey shouldn't take more than five minutes, and you'll be entered for a chance to win one of three $100 Amazon gift cards. Thanks for helping us make great podcasts!] -- This episode is supported by our sponsor, Loblaws Dietitian Services. Go to dietitianservices.ca to book a free 15-minute consult today! Conditions apply. 3,000 PCO Optimum offer is available to PC Optimum™ program members in NB, NL, NS, PEI, ON, SK, MB, AB and BC until December 15, 2022 upon completion of a free 15-minute initial phone/virtual consult with a Registered Dietitian. Membership is free. To register as a PC Optimum™ member, visit pcoptimum.ca. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. No cash value. Offer expires after one use. We are not obligated to award points based on errors or misprints. Minimum redemption 10,000 points. See PC Optimum™ terms and conditions at www.pcoptimum.ca for program details and redemption restrictions.
Summerside, Prince Edward Island is an incredibly charming and unexpectedly fascinating destination year-round. Join the nonprofit Tourism Academy | tourismacademy.org's Stephen Ekstrom for this chat with Rose Dennis, Executive Director of Explore Summerside. She explains how they're able to punch way above their weight class for sports, leisure & business travelers, drawing the likes of Elton John, James Taylor, Reba McEntire, Sting and more. Business Class is brought to you by The Tourism Academy - harnessing the power of science, business psychology and adult education to advance the tourism industry and build sustainable economies. Learn how to engage your community, win over stakeholders and get more visitors at tourismacademy.org. Support the show
Nick Mombourquette is the founder and president of NewGround Financial Inc. NewGround specializes in employee benefits programs for SMB's with 5-500 employees. NewGround also works with entrepreneurs to provide tax efficient wealth planning strategies. They pride themselves on providing national-level service and advice, with a local approach. Based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, NewGround serves clients in NS, PEI, NB, ONT and AB. Nick also founded and co-hosts The Interesting People You Meet Podcast, where he interviews people from all walks of life, with interesting stories and perspectives. Nick has a BBA from Mount Saint Vincent University and holds a Certified Employees Benefits Specialist designation from Dalhousie University. He lives just outside of Halifax with his wife and three young children. Nick is a fitness enthusiast who enjoys almost every genre of music. In his spare time, when he doesn't have a book in his hands, he enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf in the summer and hockey in the winter. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada's economy. To support Canada's businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter
In Keep Canada Weird Jordan and his pal Aaron Airport seek out and explore offbeat Canadian news stories from the past week. In this episode, your hosts get caught up on some of the weird Canadian events that have been playing our while the show had it's head in the cemetery. The discussion will feature the unfortunate death of an incredible deer in PEI, near sentient robots carrying for our elderly in Quebec, Chinese police stations in Canada, and the theft of patio furniture in Vancouver. Links: Keep Canada Weird Series: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/keep-canada-weird Join the Keep Canada Weird Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/keepcanadaweird Send a weird news tip: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/contact Provide feedback and comments on the episode: nighttimepodcast.com/contact Subscribe to the show: premium feed: https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast apple podcasts: https://applepodcasts.com/nighttime Musical Theme: Noir Toyko by Monty Datta Contact: Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This week I am speaking with Hiroshi Okamoto who is one of the co-founder of OLI Architecture. Hiroshi Okamoto is a member of the AIA and has had an exciting architectural career path working at practices such the Ushida Findlay Partnership in Japan, and with the Joint Venture of Nikken Sekkei, Tohata Gumi and RTKL International, on Tokyo infrastructure projects and of course Hiroshi worked closely with the late I.M Pei in the twilight of his career, working on of the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha (2001–2008) as a contract administrator; and as the Project Architect of the Chapel at the Miho Institute of Aesthetics (2008-2012) in Shigaraki, Japan, I.M. Pei's last project. In 2010, Mr. Okamoto co-founded OLI Architecture PLLC and has been the design principal and project architect for the MuXin Art Museum (2011-2015), the Chengdu Silk Art Culture Museum (2012-2016), and the Museum of Islamic Art Renovation (2015-2017) in Doha, Qatar. (2017-2018) to name just a few and the firm has also won a number of prestigious awards and recognitions. In this episode we discuss: - Hiroshi's career and the business lessons learned from masters like I.M Pei - How they used relationships developed working in the Art World to grow a firm - Working internationally and understanding different business cultures. To learn more about Hiroshi Okamoto, visit his: Website at: http://www.oliarch.com/en/people/hiroshi-okamoto Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/oliarchitecture/ Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/oliarchitecture ► Feedback? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ► Access your free training at http://SmartPracticeMethod.com/ ► If you want to speak directly to our advisors, book a call at https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/call ► Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for updates: https://www.youtube.com/c/BusinessofArchitecture ******* For more free tools and resources for running a profitable, impactful, and fulfilling practice, connect with me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/businessofarchitecture Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enoch.sears/ Website: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BusinessofArch Podcast: http://www.businessofarchitecture.com/podcast iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-architecture-podcast/id588987926 Android Podcast Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/BusinessofArchitecture-podcast Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9idXNpbmVzc29mYXJjaGl0ZWN0dXJlLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vcnNz * ****** Access the FREE Architecture Firm Profit Map video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Download the FREE Architecture Firm Marketing Process Flowchart video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Carpe Diem!
It's the spooky season! Time for jack-o-lanterns, tons of candy and stories to terrify. Indigenous people have told scary stories for generations to pass on important lessons. Tlicho Dene author, Richard Van Camp loves nothing more than hearing ghost stories around a campfire and he grew up watching 80's horror movies. Richard is working on a graphic novel about a deadly monster called Wheetago, one of the many creatures that's tormented Indigenous peoples on Turtle Island since before anyone can remember. He loves the creepy, the chilling and what these eerie stories teach us. Anishinaabe storyteller, artist and musician Isaac Murdoch shares a Wendigo story that will scare the wits out of you! Julie Pellissier-Lush is Prince Edward Island's current poet laureate. When the Mi'kmaq storyteller is not creating poetry, she explores the paranormal. She is working on a book about the spirits that remain after death, still wandering the shores of PEI, including the witch of Port-La-Joye. Who you gonna call when you hear a bump in the night? Six Nations Investigating Paranormal Encounters, or SNIPE of course. These ghost hunters live for a good scare! But Haudenosaunee group member Artie Martin's first night out with SNIPE at the Mohawk Institute Residential School left him with chills. For Dan SaSuweh Jones, a writer and artist from the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, places like cemeteries are haunted for a reason and the stories we tell about them can serve some surprising purposes. He visited Indigenous communities across the United States and gathered stories about their ghosts, witches and supernatural beings.
Show Notes Air Date: October 26, 2022 Welcome to Episode 224 of the podcast. We're back out in Prince Edward Island this week as bbq food truck operator Mitchell Arsenault from High On The Hog Smokin' BBQ in Summerside, PEI joins me. The truck is open on the waterfront in Summerside during the summer season and you can find updates on Facebook & Instagram @highonthehogfoodbus This episode has been brought to you by: Motley Que's 2022 Competition Bounty Program. In 2022, when you use Motley Que products and win a category or a G.C. you'll get some extra jangle in your pockets! Visit www.motleyque.ca and click on the BBQ Bounty Program tab at the top of the screen to get all the details. Township 27 develops, produces, distributes and sells the highest quality Pantry Spices, Herbs, Spice Blends, Sauces, Salad Dressings and Condiments for People Who Love Food! If you are looking for the best in spices, blends, sauces and condiments, whether it be retail, wholesale, or bulk, check us out at www.township27.com and follow them on Instagram and Facebook. And The Barrel Boss Q, a family owned and operated small business in Leduc County, AB and the manufacturer of the Original Canadian Charcoal Drum Smoker. Visit them at www.barrelbossq.ca to see the whole lineup and follow them on Facebook & Instagram. All music on The Eat More Barbecue podcast has been graciously provided by Alan Horabin. Search Alan Horabin on YouTube to check out his new music. Eat More Barbecue can be found online at www.eatmorebarbecue.ca & www.albertabbqtail.ca and my email is email@example.com Social media links: Facebook & Instagram at eat_more_barbecue Twitter @eatmorebarbecue Thanks for listening. Please subscribe, rate and review. This podcast is a production of Eat More Barbecue Digital Media.
It's been a month since post-tropical storm Fiona slammed into Atlantic Canada, causing huge amounts of devastation. In Prince Edward Island, thousands of trees came down, houses were destroyed, and people remained without power for weeks. Amidst a labour shortage, recovery efforts in the province are moving slowly.The Globe's Greg Mercer visited PEI recently and spoke to people picking up the pieces after Fiona about what comes next.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pennsylvania Ear Institute's Dr. Rebecca Blaha celebrates Audiology Awareness Month with this quick overview of the profession.Learn more about PEI at SalusUhealth.com/PEITo learn more about our podcast series, visit salus.edu/podcasts
In this new series, Pennsylvania Ear Institute's Dr. Rebecca Blaha and Dr. Aaron Roman sit down and talk about over-the-counter hearing aids.Learn more about PEI at SalusUhealth.com/PEITo learn more about our podcast series, visit salus.edu/podcasts