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COMMONS is a documentary podcast that proves Canada is anything but boring. Each season, host Arshy Mann guides you through the country’s dark underbelly, bringing you stories about crime, corruption and all manner of misdeeds. This season: stories about the dirty business of Canadian mining.
 
Carolina Outdoors Show Sponsored By Jesse Brown's Outdoors Bill Bartee and Don Yager bring their passion and years of outdoor experience to the airwaves of WBT each Saturday morning at 5am. If it's an outdoor adventure they've done it or they know someone who has and they spend an hour each weekend sharing those adventures with you. Take a look at this list and see if any of these interest you: Scouting a field for dove turkey or deer Paddling both on flat and white water Climbing rock on th ...
 
This is Your Brain On Weird, a podcast about the paranormal - for all things strange, wacky, and WEIRD! Join Sage and Sam as they explore the unexplained, swap stories, and smoke weed from the comfort of their homes! This show is recommended for mature audiences only. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yourbrainonweird/support
 
#keepgoing Conversations is a brand new U-ology101 series that highlights the journeys of some of the most dynamic and engaging personalities across the globe, giving a bird's eye view into how each of these individuals uncovered their passions. We hang out in some of their favourite locations, their comfort zones, and get candid and casual about their thoughts on the pursuit of one's passion, and what they think it takes to "Make Your Passions, Work for You." About Jesse Jones and U-ology10 ...
 
The Real Time History Podcast (formerly The Great War podcast) is hosted by Jesse and Flo from Real Time History. We are an independent production company known for The Great War channel on YouTube, the documentary series 16 Days in Berlin and Rhineland 45 and more. On the podcast Jesse and Flo interview historians from around the world on their topics and current publications to bring you the newest in historic research.
 
Welcome to The Bokeh Podcast, where we help photographers build sustainable businesses! Host Nathan Holritz and his guests will help you build your brand, focus your marketing efforts, refine your workflows, and dial in your photographic technique - all with efficiency in mind. In the end, we not only want you to succeed as a photography business owner, but to still have a life through it all. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Who’s a wounded healer? It’s any one of us who works in a caring profession and is bravely doing their own work, while helping others. My goal is to share the parallel journey we as healers walk along with our clients and how we attend to our own humanity while caring for others. My podcast is about conversations and community building, what we can learn from each other, and how we can help heal each other. We’re cultivating a space where we celebrate vulnerability, authenticity and “showing ...
 
My name is Shawn Henderson and these podcasts are selections from my weekly radio show, Stay Tuned. Stay Tuned is heard on WSCA 106.1 FM in Portsmouth, NH. It airs every Friday from 1:30 to 5:00pm http://wscafm.org The format of the program is interview/performance. I have live in-studio guests each week that come on the program and perform as well as take part in an interview. I like to think of it as an in-depth look at the musician, their music, art and life. It's fun, entertaining and al ...
 
The research community like you have never heard it before. Join us, The Scientistt Podcast, along with a host of special guests, as we explore the realities of research life in the most honest and informative way possible. Delving deeper into the industry’s latest research and most pressing questions, and sharing the unique perspectives of some of the community’s leading figures. This is a podcast by researchers, for researchers. New episodes weekly. Scientistt, a free networking platform f ...
 
CBC radio host Tom Power ("q") and BGS (The Bluegrass Situation) bring you the most in-depth podcast about the origins of bluegrass ever created. Power sits down with luminaries of the genre such as Del McCoury, Ricky Skaggs, Alice Gerrard, Jesse McReynolds, Jerry Douglas and more for an intimate conversation about their origins within the world of bluegrass music. Episodes will be released bi-weekly on TheBluegrassSituation.com and wherever you get your podcasts. PRODUCED BY: Tom Power and ...
 
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The woes of fancy restaurants across Canada have been percolating - Who are we supposed to relate to? And the saga of the New York Times hit podcast comes to a close. Writer and restaurant-owner Jen Agg co-hosts. Links: Globe and Mail's piece on Canadian fine dining struggling Financial Post's piece about Mark McEwan Chris Nuttall-Smith's Toronto L…
 
When gold was discovered in the Yukon, 100,000 people desperately tried to make it to a small patch of land in one of the most remote environments on the continent. Few made it all the way. The Klondike Gold Rush was many things: a media conspiracy, a ponzi scheme, a land grab. But above all, it was a humanitarian disaster that stretched over much …
 
"Referrals are the foundation of the marketing pyramid." - Daniel Moyer, episode 526. In ep 526, Daniel Moyer shares his technique for building relationships with his clients that go beyond the traditional client/photographer interaction and engagement. Listen in to hear how his deep relationships have not only built connections with his current cl…
 
This week, the crew is joined by Cameron of Green Shirt and Cowboy Bebop superfan Phil to discuss the visual ecstasy that is the Cowboy Bebop movie. Ricky D slides into the producer seat for this discussion, which Cameron then breaks wide open partway through with the suggestion that the entire movie may be a dream! We also make some big announceme…
 
Virologist Angela Rasmussen listened to a recent Canadaland about the origins of COVID-19 and says we had it all wrong. Today she walks Jesse through the science and explains why the lab-leak theory remains highly improbable, what she feels previous guest Elaine Dewar got wrong, and how journalists should cover science during a pandemic and otherwi…
 
Jesse was not on board with #CdnMediaFailed when it came to the story on Trudeau in Tofino. And attacks on journalists might be more of a Canadian problem than we care to admit. CBC Managing Editor of Investigative Karyn Pugliese cohosts. Links: Karyn duly noted The Current's segment feat. Natasha Reimer-Okemow Karyn references this 2020 report on …
 
Sarah Santacroce isn’t a therapist. She’s an author, podcaster, and successful marketing specialist who helps folks heal from the hustle and still earn a decent living. Through her humane-focused approach, she’s created a global movement that encourages people to bring more empathy and kindness to business and marketing. Sarah knows what she’s talk…
 
Managing a photography business is an art, but managing a high-volume wedding photography business takes that to a different level. How can one person manage all of the moving parts necessary to keep one moving forward? In episode 525 of The Bokeh Podcast, Rick Liston shares the processes he has developed for his high-volume wedding photography bus…
 
It’s a question that has dogged the PPC since its inception. A question that leader Maxime Bernier blasted journalists for even coming close to asking. One People’s Party supporter spoke to our Backbench host Fatima Syed on why he believed the party was not racist, just like he wasn’t. He is one of over 800,000 Canadians who just voted for the PPC …
 
The release of Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig shows what China really thinks about Canada. And Maxime Bernier asks his followers to "play dirty" with reporters. Jan Wong co-hosts. Watch the Waipa District Council finance and corporate committee Zoom meeting here This episode is sponsored by FreshBooks, Hover and Douglas Support CANADALAND: http:…
 
When we examine the brains of Fruit Flies (Drosophila’s), we unravel fundamental principles of how the brain works. In this episode, Dr Carolina Rezeval discusses how she explores the neurology of behavioural choices, and their potential application to humans. Join us for a discussion on Dr Carolina Rezeval’s journey, the rich potential benefits of…
 
The dreaded word - taxes. Few of us truly understand them, all of us have to pay them. Can we be proactive in avoiding the most common tax mistakes in order to have a simpler, less stressful tax paying experience? Pay close attention to episode 524 of The Bokeh Podcast as Braden Drake, Tax Attorney and Accounting Consultant for creatives, breaks do…
 
The lab-leak theory has more evidence supporting it than ever before. Journalist Elaine Dewar has written a new book documenting little-known scientific evidence and acts of deception and obfuscation from Chinese, American, and Canadian officials. So what exactly were they all trying to hide? Further reading: On the Origin of the Deadliest Pandemic…
 
How should we approach consent in the context of Aged Care? This is the question at the heart of an influential paper by Dr Vanessa Schouten, Dr Catherine Cook and Dr Mark Henrickson. Weighing up the role of autonomy, consent and intimacy in Aged Care settings, this conversation dives into the mechanics of how we - as individuals and as a society -…
 
We look back on the coverage of an absolutely underwhelming, demoralizing election. And we contend with a troubling aspect of Norm Macdonald’s legacy. CANADALAND contributing editor Danielle Paradis co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by Dispatch Coffee, Douglas and CNN's Total Recall. *This episode included a clip from CTV election night 2019. It …
 
Emily Morris is my friend, fellow NARM practitioner, and colleague in the therapy world. For anyone who’s deep into that gray area of life––that nagging “middling” feeling of half-living, the push/pull of a sham existence––this story of sobriety and identity will resonate with you. Her trajectory from weekend partier to sober-curious to four years …
 
What do you offer to your clients that sets you apart from your competition? But the bigger question is - how do you share that message with potential clients? In episode 523 of The Bokeh Podcast, Jess Fernandez of Maui Family Photo dives into what is unique about her photography business, and how she can state those features simply and concisely i…
 
The crew is joined once more by Cowboy Bebop superfan Phil to discuss the series finale, The Real Folk Blues! Josh and Ricky D come to terms with the ending of their first anime series, while they estimate their likelihood of a rewatch. Kylie and the Cap'n get lost reminiscing about other series that drew them into the medium in the first place. Th…
 
There’s a video from the Fairy Creek anti-logging demonstrations on Vancouver Island that shows police unleashing pepper spray at close range onto a crowd of activists. At one point, an RCMP officer rips the masks off of two women, shown clearly on the tape. Other witnesses from the scene allege even worse - that officers were kicking and dragging …
 
Trudeau is getting upset and it seems to be working for him. And the English leaders' debate was widely derided. Was it deserved? Vice senior editor Manisha Krishnan co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by Douglas, PolicyMe and HelloFresh. Support CANADALAND: http://canadalandshow.com/join See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Potential clients see your amazing work posted on social media. They also see a similar style of images from your competition. What unique strategies can you use to set yourself apart in order to book those clients? Send your clients on a virtual journey of what it is like to work with you! Sean Brown joins us for episode 522 of The Bokeh Podcast t…
 
The SBI Crew is joined by returning Season 1 guest Cameron Harrison of Green Shirt - A Newbie's Trek Through the Next Generation to discuss the creepy cyberpunk cult of Brain Scratch and the absolute ocean of emotion that is Hard Luck Woman! Kylie is back and ready to give us all the session details, while Josh recounts the time he was accidentally…
 
We started out this week with a fun discussion about Just New England Things! Fall in our area is a wonderful time full of candles, cornhole, and weird beach games. Then Sam led us on a discussion on horror movies! We talked about the psychological effects of horror "films", some of our favorites, and other movies from all over the time! It's a cre…
 
After protestors threw gravel at the Prime Minister during a campaign stop, we ask: has this gotten too much coverage, or not enough? And we scrutinize a budding conspiracy about Michael Spavor, the Canadian entrepreneur detained in China. Writer and National Observer columnist Sandy Garossino co-hosts. This episode is sponsored by Dispatch Coffee,…
 
Do you ever meet someone whose spirit surrounds your own with warmth and light and knowing? Yeah...Ebony Rutko is that spirit in human form. A clinical social worker with her practice in Canada, Ebony applies her advanced clinical training in NeuroAffective Relational Model™ (NARM) to help adults address issues with attachment, relational and devel…
 
What are you doing to stand out amongst the throngs of photographers in your market? A strong, distinct brand positioning is a great place to start. In episode 521 of the Bokeh Podcast, Kirsten Ogden of Kirsten J. Photography joins us to dig into how she can set herself apart in her market as a wedding and couple's photographer focusing on adventur…
 
This week, Kylie takes the night off paid, leaving the rest of the crew to discuss Boogie Woogie Feng Shui and Cowboy Funk. Ricky D takes the opportunity to continue both his blue streak and his emotional outbursts from the week prior, while the Cap'n assures us that he hasn't yet reached middle age. Josh also discusses the feeling of having your S…
 
With the election coming in two weeks, Jesse sits down for an interview with Tiffany Lam, producer of The Backbench, to discuss what kind of politics show her and Fatima are making and how a politics show can be fun, accessible and nutritious. The interview is followed by the most recent episode of The Backbench. Subscribe to The Backbench to be in…
 
Happy Episode 66! Sage couldn't resist making this episode Satanism Part Two: Satan in religious history and demons that are related to Satan! For once, we put on our theology hats. We end up figuring out through this episode that Christianity is the root of a lot of our problems, and talk about other "entities" that are associated with Satan. And …
 
Many journalists are condemning the unruly protestors following Trudeau on the campaign trail. But is that our role? And co-host Jen Agg talks about how she became the centre of a major story after dealing with her own unruly protestors at her restaurants. Jen Agg is a restaurateur and author of I Hear She’s a Real Bitch. Here’s her Twitter thread …
 
The "hustle life" of putting your head down and knocking out tasks can drain you of your creativity. How can you ensure that you are finding ways to mix creativity into your productive work life? In episode 520 of The Bokeh Podcast, Kalla Ramberg shares her strategies for finding ways to infuse creativity into daily tasks, and for making intentiona…
 
The Mars Rover is the “most complex machine ever sent to another planet. It is a one-ton robot with two brains, seventeen cameras, six wheels, nuclear power, and a laser beam on its head." It's every sci-fi fans dream, but it's (really) confusing. How does The Mars Rover work? How does it discover new life? What happens if it breaks? Joining us on …
 
This week, not even Wild Horses or Pierrot Le Fou can drag us away from talkin' Bebop! The Cap'n finds an opportunity to drop more Star Trek references than ever before, much to the chagrin of Ricky D. The crew also discusses their favorite space pirates throughout popular culture, while Josh presents a "tumbling through the atmosphere" hot take du…
 
Last year there were 540,000 international students in Canada according to Immigrations Refugees and Citizenship Canada, IRCC. Many of these students came to Canada with one goal - permanent residency. Our producer, Damilola Onime, herself a former international student, shares the story of how the international education industry is run in Canada.…
 
Happy Halloween! We know it isn't October yet... But it feels like it! Get ready for some fun skeleton facts to make you feel a little uncomfy! We were a little tired from our festivities this weekend, but we have some plant updates for you and then Sam told us a very weird story. We highly speculated about the Beast of Gévaudan and whether or not …
 
You have the creative aspects of your business down, and you enjoy them immensely. But what about the systems and processes that actually drive your business to be profitable? How structured are you in implementing those to maximize profit? In episode 519 of The Bokeh Podcast, Olie Moss of Equine Photo School shares how he grew his business to a 6-…
 
Twitter became the centre of the election this week when they put a "manipulated media” tag on one of Chrystia Freeland’s tweets, which contained an edited video of Conservative leader Erin O’Toole. And is science journalism at a crisis point in Canada? An analysis finds Canada’s biggest newspapers gave about half as much coverage to the IPCC’s maj…
 
Spoiler Alert: The Cranky Therapist is not at all cranky. At least, this is the conclusion I came to after our chat. Instead, Jess Sprengle, the meme queen behind a catchy social persona, manages her private practice as well as her popular profiles and keeps herself grounded, in part, because she does her own work. It’s important to highlight for f…
 
The stakes have never been higher. The world is more divided than ever before, and a significant part of the issue is that we can't agree on what counts as 'true'. This week's episode features Dr Kiki Sanford: host of the hugely popular 'This Week in Science' and science communicator extraordinaire. Here, she takes on the core challenge of vaccine …
 
Just imagine. . .you walk into a restaurant and your favorite foods are already on the table, a server that knows your preferences is waiting for you, and your favorite music is playing in the background. Before you've taken a bite, you're in awe of the experience and raving about the restaurant already. What if your clients felt that way when walk…
 
We're back from a successful #TMAPodCon21 to our regularly scheduled Bebop, and that means it's time to micro-dose some Mushroom Samba and then try to find a Beta deck to watch Speak Like a Child. Josh is back and he talks a little bit about his "life on the streets", while Kylie and he debate whether or not Spike is "vanilla af" in bed. Ricky D an…
 
Craig Kielburger was the Greta Thunberg of the 90s – a 12 year-old kid from the suburbs who dreamed of freeing the world’s children from slavery. His activism made him famous, and he was endorsed by Oprah, the Pope, the Queen, and the Clintons. His campaign became a global movement and a powerful brand. But right from the start, there were uncomfor…
 
CW: murder, homelessness, discussion of alcoholism Sage is on a true crime kick for some reason, but we promise it's still very weird! We went on a wild ride with the story of Iron Mike, or Mike the Durable. Michael Molloy was an Irish immigrant who stayed strong, even when a bunch of guys were literally out to get him. Sage told us this crazy, but…
 
Recent stories about Canada's role in the War in Afghanistan fall short. And if Justin Trudeau is Veruca Salt, who then is Erin O'Toole? Photojournalist and author Paul Watson co-hosts. Links: Paul's LA Times story from embedding with Ghazni Talibs Paul's LA Times story on Afghanistan's pipeline plans Support CANADALAND: http://canadalandshow.com/j…
 
Is it ethical to experiment on primates? Pulitzer-prize winner Deborah Blum comes onto the pod to talk about her groundbreaking book - The Monkey Wars. Written in 1994 but reading like it was written today, the fraught ethical issues it touches on are as relevant as ever. Deborah and Jamie dig into the ethical basis for animal rights, the utilitari…
 
Is your IPS process complicated, stressful, or even non-existent? Having a simple, dare we say enjoyable, IPS process can be accomplished! Sarah Andrew of Sarah Michal Boudoir has created an IPS process that drives higher sales for her business and provides her clients with an enjoyable, oftentimes emotional experience. Listen in to episode 517 of …
 
Dr Karine Varley is a historian of modern Europe at the University of Strathclyde. She researched the Franco-Prussian War for her book "Under the Shadow of Defeat - The War of 1870-71 in French Memory": https://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9780230005198 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/p…
 
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