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Broadcastability is a podcast by, for, and about persons with disabilities in the workforce. Created by The PROUD Project at the University of Toronto, Scarborough.For more information, go to: https://www.theproudproject.ca/Broadcastability est un balado par, pour, et à propos des personnes handicapées au travail. Créé par Le Projet PROUD à l'Université de Toronto, Scarborough.Pour plus d'informations, consultez: https://leprojetproud.ca/
 
The Canadian Automotive Museum (CAM) in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada is home to the world's most significant collection of Canadian automobiles.This podcast includes the CAM's bilingual audio tour, as well as seminars and other audio content. For more information, visit us at www.canadianautomotivemuseum.com. ||| Le Musée canadien de l'automobile (CAM) à Oshawa, Ontario, Canada abrite la plus importante collection d'automobiles canadiennes au monde.Ce balado comprend la visite audio bilingue du C ...
 
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Canad'AIR

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Canad'AIR

Marie Cousin, Ambassade du Canada en France

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Bienvenue sur Canad'AIR, le balado du Canada en France. Avec notre balado - comme on dit au Québec - nous avons décidé de prendre la voix des AIRS Dans notre saison 1, découvrez, explorez la richesse et la diversité de la culture canadienne grâce à nos entretiens avec des artistes, des auteurs, des commissaires d'expositions de passage en France. Après cette série de voyages culturels immobiles, je vous emmène, dans une saison 2, à la rencontre de Canadiens et Canadiennes tout aussi inspirés ...
 
uOCourant, votre balado de choix pour les conversations intelligentes, inspirantes et divertissantes avec des membres de notre communauté universitaire de partout dans le monde. Retrouvez Gwen Madiba (M.A. 2012; B.Sc.Soc. 2008) qui anime des discussions stimulantes sur les sujets de l’heure avec des chercheurs et des diplômés à l’avant-garde de leur domaine. | uOttaKnow, a podcast that illuminates, inspires and entertains! Make uOttaKnow your go-to podcast for conversations with our uOttawa ...
 
Podcasts are born like the strike of a match! Such is the case with the Board Briefs Podcast. Steven Kraus and Brandon Fratarcangeli along with Ontario Library Service staff will bring you conversations featuring CEO’s, Board Members, Provincial Public Library Leaders and other Library Experts who will contribute, inform and enlighten with their facts, knowledge, expertise, opinions, perspectives and best practices speaking to the Ontario Public Library landscape. One-part education, one-par ...
 
A public health podcast produced by the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID), "Infectious Questions" connects those with infectious disease questions to those with the answers. Un balado sur la santé publique réalisé par le Centre de collaboration nationale des maladies infectieuses (CCNMI) et appelé « Infections en question » fait le lien entre les balados concernant les questions sur les maladies infectieuses et ceux qui offrent des réponses à ces questions.
 
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Your Health Podcast

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Your Health Podcast

CIUSSS West-Central Montreal

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Time for a checkup! Shaun McMahon hosts Your Health, a podcast about healthcare news and insights from CIUSSS West-Central Montreal (the Integrated Health and Social Services University Network for West-Central Montreal). Got a topic suggestion or a health question? Send them in at communications@jgh.mcgill.ca Également disponible en français.
 
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Boldly

Joule Inc.

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"Impossible" is a word we hear often in medicine―especially related to innovation. But if you hear it enough, you might just start to believe it. The truth is, innovation is everywhere. Bold ideas and creations are happening right now, eager to be discovered and implemented. While real progress doesn’t happen overnight, it’s not impossible. Impossible is just a state of mind. That's where we come in. We’re here to make you believe again―by interviewing thought leaders who are making strides ...
 
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My #conscientpodcast conversation with photographer and writer Joan Sullivan whose work is focused exclusively on climate change and the energy transition. We spoke about her roots in science, her work as a columnist for Artists and Climate Change, how we are the climate emergency and liminal space between what was and what's next. I’ve been wantin…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Historiquement parlant, on ne peut pas dire que la Chevrolet Lumina a battu un record quelconque ou lancé une nouvelle tendance automobile. Mais elle est un pa…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: La DMC-12 futuriste de 1983 est encore de nos jours l'une des voitures les plus distinctives sur la route - et je dis bien « sur la route », car sur les près d…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Cette Plymouth Reliant de 1981, construite par Chrysler dans différentes usines du Michigan, n’est pas un véhicule révolutionnaire. La voiture peut accueillir …
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: La Bricklin SV-1, de construction canadienne, est l'une des voitures les plus distinctives du Canada et l'un des plus grands échecs automobiles de notre pays. …
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Les Américains qui visitaient le Canada dans les années 1950 et 60 étaient souvent déroutés par les voitures vendues ici. Mais qu’est-ce qu'une Meteor ? se dem…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Ce n’est pas un secret. Le bâtiment du Musée canadien de l'automobile est, selon la rumeur, l’un des plus hantés de la région. Des enquêteurs paranormaux qui o…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Si vous pouviez laisser votre nom à la postérité, le feriez-vous ? Pourquoi ne pas l'utiliser pour fonder une société automobile ? Et pourquoi pas deux société…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Aujourd'hui, nous considérons les Bugatti comme des super-voitures pour les super-riches, des concepts de haute vitesse conçus plus pour l'esbroufe que pour un…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Si vous n’aimez pas le feu, la voiture à vapeur Brooks n'aurait pas été pour vous. La publicité vantait la sécurité de ce véhicule qui brulait du kérosène comm…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Les voitures de l’ère des ornements en laiton, comme cette McKay de 1910, évoquent des images d’une autre époque. Une époque où, pour faire un tour en voiture,…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: L’histoire de la McLaughlin Model F, la première automobile construite localement à Oshawa, est une légende de l’automobile. Au début des années 1900, Sam McLa…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Le bâtiment du Musée canadien de l'automobile, situé au 99 de la rue Simcoe Sud dans le centre-ville d'Oshawa, était à l'origine une salle d'exposition de voit…
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Le Musée canadien de l'automobile est un organisme de bienfaisance indépendant à but non lucratif dirigé par un conseil d'administration bénévole. Notre musée …
 
Notre visite audio bilingue explore des histoires moins connues de la collection, avec la voix des bénévoles du Musée, des historiens, des experts en véhicules et plus encore. Transcription: Bonjour et bienvenue au Musée canadien de l'automobile qui abrite la plus importante collection de voitures canadiennes au monde. Cette visite audio a été élab…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: Historically speaking, the Chevrolet Lumina isn’t exactly a record-breaking or trend-setting vehicle, but it’s a perfect symbol of vehicle mass production during the auto boom yea…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: Hi, I’m Justin Sookraj and I own and operate Wells Auto, the only facility specializing in sales and restoration of the DeLorean DMC-12 here in Canada. The futuristic 1983 DMC-12 …
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: This 1981 Plymouth Reliant, built by Chrysler in several different Michigan plants, is not a revolutionary vehicle. It seats six, is fitted with a front-wheel drive four-cylinder …
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: The Canadian-built Bricklin SV-1, or Safety Vehicle-One, is one of Canada’s most distinctive cars, and one of Canada’s greatest automotive failures. While the car had some revolut…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: Americans visiting Canada in the 1950s and 1960s were often confused by the cars on sale here. What, they would wonder, is a Meteor? Who makes the Monarch? Or the Acadian? The Bea…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: It’s no secret that the Automotive Museum’s building is rumoured to be one of the most haunted in the area. I’m paranormal investigator Brittney Crabb, and I’ve visited the museum…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: I'm Jil McIntosh, an auto writer and antique car owner. If you could name something famous after yourself, would you? What about a car company? What about two car companies? That’…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: Nowadays we might think of Bugattis as supercars for the ultra-rich, fast-moving concepts designed more to show off than for any sporting purpose. In the 1920s, though, Bugattis w…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: If you don’t like fire, you would not have liked driving a Brooks Steam Car. The advertising bragged about how safe they were, burning kerosene like in a gas stove. By the 1920s, …
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: Hello, I’m Ian Ashing, one of the Automotive Museum’s volunteers; I help maintain the vehicles in the collection. Brass Era cars like this 1910 McKay conjure up images of a differ…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: The story of the McLaughlin Model F, Oshawa’s first locally-produced automobile, is an automotive legend. In the early 1900s, Sam McLaughlin, the son of a Canadian carriage magnat…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: The Canadian Automotive Museum’s building, located at 99 Simcoe Street South in downtown Oshawa was originally built as a car showroom and service centre. During the 1920s it was …
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: The Canadian Automotive Museum is an independent not-for-profit charity operated by a volunteer board of directors. I’m Greg Johnston, one of the museum’s current board members. O…
 
Our bilingual audio tour explores less well-known stories from the collection, in the voices of the Museum’s volunteers, historians, vehicle experts and more. Transcript: Hello, and welcome to the Canadian Automotive Museum, home of the world’s most significant collection of Canadian cars. My name is Alexander Gates and I am the Executive Director …
 
In the fourth episode of Broadcastability, co-hosts Chloë and Andrea interview Marc Workman, who works at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB). In this episode, we cover several key topics, including Marc’s life story, the importance of networking, the impact of mentorship, and much more! *French translation of the transcript to com…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with indigenous artist Chantal Chagnon multidisciplinary, artist Kevin Jesuino and performance maker & educator Dr. Melanie Kloetzel of the climate art web project about decolonization, networking, mapping and growing the climate arts movement. This is my first episode with three guests! I was impressed when I firs…
 
Bienvenue sur Canad’Air, le balado du Canada en France. Je suis Marie Cousin et je vous propose aujourd’hui, un voyage entre le Vietnam et le Canada avec une guide de choix : l’écrivaine québécoise Kim Thuy. Kim Thuy a 10 ans lorsqu’elle et sa famille doivent fuir la guerre du Vietnam. Nous sommes en 1978. Elle fera partie de ceux que l’histoire no…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with scientist and project manager of the Creative Green Tools Adaptation project, Devon Hardy, on December 10, 2021, at a CPAMO panel about art and climate and walking the back alleys in Montreal on December 16, where Devon talks about the importance of measurement tools for the arts sector in the climate emergenc…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with indigenous multidisciplinary artist Santee Smith, artistic director of Kaha:wi Dance Theatre on Dec 10, 2021 in Tkaronto at a CPAMO panel about art and climate where Santee talks her new post-apocalyptic work in progress ‘SKéN:NEN’, ecological calendars, permaculture and more. Santee Smith (Tekaronhiáhkhwa/Pic…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with climate emergency organizer Anthony Garoufalis-Auger on Dec 10, 2021, at a CPAMO panel about art and climate where Anthony talked about our need for massive culture change and how lessons from the past can inform national cultural climate policy. I first met Anthony in my work with the Sectoral Climate Arts Le…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) Executive Director Charles C. Smith and Program Manager Kevin A. Ormsby on Dec 10, 2021 about the Gathering Divergence Multi-Arts Festival & Conference Fall 2021 | Art in the Time of Healing: The Importance of IBPOC Arts in Planetary Renewal. 1 of 6 episo…
 
Samantha Bee (BA ‘94) is the host of the popular American late-night TV show Full Frontal with Samantha Bee which offers a satirical take on the weekly news. She is a comedian, writer and producer and was previously the longest serving correspondent on Comedy Central’s Daily Show. Samantha discusses the transformative role uOttawa had on her career…
 
This episode combines a conversation with dance artist, choreographer, director and embodiment facilitator Shannon Litzenberger on December 8, 2021 in Toronto with Shannon reading her State of Emergence: Why We Need Artists Right Now essay at the Gathering Divergence Multi-Arts Festival & Conference Fall 2021 | Art in the Time of Healing: The Impor…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with indigenous playwright, actor & director Keith Barker, artistic director of Native Earth Performing Arts on Dec 8, 2021 in Tkaronto about indigenous theatre & storytelling including a reading of his 'APOLOGY, MY' 5 minute play for the 2021 Climate Change Theatre Action with voice actors Riel Schryer and Sabrina…
 
episode 89 features quotes from Artists must confront the climate crisis – we must write as if these are the last days by Nigerian novelist and poet Ben Okri from the November 12, 2021 edition of The Guardian newspaper. Okri writes about existential creativity and call for a new philosophy for these times, with an excerpt from episode 87 kendra fan…
 
In the third episode of Broadcastability, co-hosts Chloë and Andrea interview Alexis Chicoine, an administrator and Disability Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, Speaker and Writer in Vancouver. In this episode, we cover Alexis’s life story, the importance of true inclusion in the workplace, transferable skillsets, the joys of sports, and much mor…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with my father-in-law, the poet and educator Robin Mathews, which combines a 2021 recording about radical listening with a 2004 recording about political poetry and the role of the artist in society, including Robin reading 3 of his poems: at the Café Lenin, The Lady From Iraq and Unmarked Graves. This is a special…
 
My 2nd #conscientpodcast conversation with theatre artist and art + climate activist Kendra Fanconi in Robert’s Creek, BC about the ‘Artist Brigade’, Ben Okri, eco-restoration, eco-grief & reauthoring the world, with excerpts from e43 haley, e30 maggs & é37 lebeau.Robert’s Creek is on the ancient and unceded territory of the shishalh Nation. The sh…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with Robin Sokoloski, Janis Monture and their students as part of a class in Art Policy, Equity and Activism at Centennial College in Toronto exploring the role of the arts in activism, including quotes from e40 frasz, e82 washable paint, e05 carruthers, e73 judith marcuse – finding the energy to keep moving and e8…
 
This #InConversation episode is in two parts is with Andrew Hallikas, City Councillor and Deputy Mayor of the Municipality of Fort Frances Ontario (a medium-small municipality about 4hrs west of Thunder Bay, Ontario near the US Border). Andrew is also a long serving public library board Member and former Chair of the local library board! In our con…
 
My #conscientpodcast conversation with media producer and cultural impact leader Tracey Friesen of Vancouver about increasing the power of media to affect social change, her book and organization Story Money Impact, and the good work of Good Pitch. Including quotes from e26 klein and e54 garrett. I first met Tracey on September 21, 2021 at a Proces…
 
My conversation with Viviane Gosselin, Director of Collections & Exhibitions, Curator of Contemporary Culture and Mauro Vescera, Chief Executive Officer of the Museum of Vancouver (MOV) about greening their operations and addressing the climate emergency and issues of climate justice through exhibitions. I worked with Mauro in 2006 on the Art in Ec…
 
e83 is my narration of a November 13th, 2021, tweet by British writer and climate activist George Monbiot about ‘raising the scale of civil disobedience until we have built the greatest mass movement in history’. I agree and thank George. This episode lasts 59 seconds. I want to share a November 13th, 2021, tweet by British writer and climate activ…
 
e82 is an unedited, 20-minute soundscape recording, without narration, of a climate emergency rally and march on Friday, November 12, 2021, in Vancouver and an incident with police. The recording includes songs, speeches and chants about climate action and social justice. My goal was to record the soundscape of a public protest : the singing, chant…
 
e81 inspiration are excerpts from all my #conscientpodcast conversations up to today, November 10th, 2021. I chose short excerpts where the tone and emotion in the voice of each person inspires and uplifts me every time I listen to it and I hope they will inspire and uplift you too (because we need it). Thanks to all those recorded for this fragmen…
 
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