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There’s nothing better than having the inside track. Knowing more- before anyone else. That’s what this Podcast is all about. Dave Rowe, Jock Wilson, Mark Stephen and Greg Peterson travel with the team, are on the sidelines and in every broadcast booth in the CFL with the game call. They know more. We’re the radio voice of the Stamps and our almost 3 decade partnership allows us to tell stories that you won’t hear anywhere else.
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Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award. Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country. No wonder Roy’s show has been cited by Canada’s parliamentary newspaper as required listening for federal politicians. You ...
Every weeknight, you can count on A Little More Conversation with Ben O’Hara-Byrne to feature compelling stories, diverse viewpoints, thoughtful questions and frank conversations on topics that matter to all Canadians. A Little More Conversation provides a forum to explore issues that unite and divide Canadians, fostering a better understanding of what matters and why. From politics to public health, diplomacy to discrimination, affordability to artificial intelligence, and the environment t ...
We live in a confusing world… so if you’ve ever stopped and asked yourself WHY something matters, we’re here to help. Every week Adam Toy and Dave McIvor will ask one big question and uncover the answer to help you truly understand what’s going on around you. They'll try to get to the bottom of the issue by chatting with experts, journalists and even folks directly involved. They may not have all the answers to climate change, world politics or the economy BUT you can join them on this weekl ...
The prime minister testified that his decision to invoke the Emergencies Act was the “right choice”, did he prove it? Guest: Lydia Miljan, political science professor, University of Windsor What does it take to be a great mascot? We ask the mascot guru about his tips and tricks Guest: Jerome Bartlett, mascot guru Why your brain gets a real kick out…
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Guest: Benjamin Perrin, professor, Allard School of Law, University of British Canada, author of "Overdose: Heartbreak and Hope in Canada's Opioid Crisis"By Curiouscast
Guest: David Schneiderman, a professor of law at the University of TorontoBy Curiouscast
Guest: Lydia Miljan, political science professor, University of WindsorBy Curiouscast
Today's guests: David Schneiderman, Professor of Law - University of Toronto Tyler Shandro, Alberta Justice Minister & Solicitor General Jason Schilling, president - Alberta Teachers' Association Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy CHQR / Curiouscast
Paying tribute to Börje Salming and his fight against ALS Guest: Mark Kirton, former Toronto Maple Leaf and teammate of Börje Salming, diagnosed with ALS in 2018 A marketing expert on how to best navigate Black Friday and Cyber Monday Guest: Brad Davis, associate professor of marketing, Lazaridis School of Business, Laurier University and expert on…
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Guest: Catherine Frost, Professor of Political Science, McMaster UniversityBy Curiouscast
Guest: Marcell Wilson, president and co-founder of the anti-violence organization One by One Movement, former gang memberBy Curiouscast
Guest: Yanzhong Huang, director, Centre for Global Health Studies, Seton Hall University and Senior Fellow for Global Health, Council on Foreign RelationsBy Curiouscast
Guest: Mark Kirton, former Toronto Maple Leaf and teammate of Börje Salming, diagnosed with ALS in 2018By Curiouscast
High interest rates are sending Canada’s housing market into a winter deep freeze Guest: Peggy Hill, real estate agent, Peggy Hill Team As Saudi Arabia enjoys a national holiday after a shock win over Argentina at the World Cup, we look at the enduring appeal of the underdog Guest: Samuel Sommers, professor of psychology, Tufts University and co-au…
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Guest: Bill Browder, author of Red Notice and Freezing OrderBy Curiouscast
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Guest: Yesha Yadav, law professor, associate dean, Vanderbilt University Law School,By Curiouscast
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Today's guests: Rick Bell, Calgary Sun Columnist Tony Bernardo, Executive Director - Canadian Shooting Sports Association Stephanie Carvin, associate professor at Carleton University / former national security analyst Mark A. Scholz, CAOEC President & CEO Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
Public safety minister lays out the federal government’s case for invoking the Emergencies Act Guest: Michael Kempa, associate professor of criminology, University of Ottawa December is around the corner, time for a refresher on holiday party etiquette Guest: Sharon Schweitzer, cultural and etiquette consultant, founder of consultancy Access to Cul…
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Guest: Oleksandra Matviichuk, Ukrainian human rights lawyer, chair of the Center for Civil Liberties, co-winners of the 2022 Nobel Peace PrizeBy Curiouscast
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Women gymnasts testify in Ottawa hearings on the safety of women and girls in sport Guest: Kim Shore, a former member of Gymnastics Canada's board of directors and co-founder of Gymnasts for Change and Amelia Cline, former elite gymnast and co-founder of Gymnasts for Change The Ontario flour mill behind the resurrection of Red River cereal Guest: M…
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Guest: Margaret O'Mara, professor of american history, University of Washington and Silicon Valley historiaBy Curiouscast
Guest: Elliot Lurie, songwriter and co-lead singer of Looking Glass and former director of music at 20th Century FoxBy Curiouscast
Guest: Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, leader of Belarus’ democracy movementBy Curiouscast
Guest: Kathryn Harrison, professor, department of political science, University of British ColumbiaBy Curiouscast
Guest: Kim Shore, a former member of Gymnastics Canada's board of directors and co-founder of Gymnasts for Change and Amelia Cline, former elite gymnast and co-founder of Gymnasts for ChangeBy Curiouscast
Today's guests: Declan Hill, Associate professor of investigations at the University of New Haven and the lead of its Sports Integrity Center / Author - "The Fix: Soccer and Organized Crime" Peter Menzies, Senior Fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, past editor-in-chief of the Calgary Herald and former vice-chair of the CRTC Ted Stenson, Calg…
Join Dave Popowich and Faisal Karmali on More Than Money as they talk to Karyne Charbonneau, Executive Director and Senior Economist, CIBC Capital Markets, about what we're seeing with regards to inflation right now, and what we can anticipate over the next quarter. Also on the show, Jennifer Lamb, Partner with Carscallen LLP, discusses the process…
We are talking about biosimilars, biologics and metastatic breast cancer. Plus, healing art journeys, TikTok taping trend, hearing loss in youth and sexual standoff. Guests: Dr. Sandeep Sehdev - Medical oncologist at the Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre Linda Dayan Frimer - Renowned artist and author. She has used her art to inspire people and to help…
Today’s podcast: Covid vaccination/boosters, annual flu shot, voluntary but advised masking, masking mandate return? No masking mandate return? Masking children because of respiratory viral infections public health informs are overwhelming pediatric facilities? Two infectious diseases specialists express their views, what they support and what they…
Covid vaccination/boosters, annual flu shot, voluntary but advised masking, masking mandate return? No masking mandate return? Masking children because of respiratory viral infections public health informs are overwhelming pediatric facilities? Two infectious diseases specialists express their views, what they support and what they challenge as far…
Tomorrow the final week of testimony at the Emergencies Act Inquiry begins with Justin Trudeau and several ministers scheduled to appear. Guest: Cara Zwibel. Director, Fundamental Freedoms Program, Canadian Civil Liberties Association. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Global News / Curiouscast
November 20 is Trans Remembrance Day. Langley B.C. lawyer Scott Taylor represented a trans client in family court seeking co-custody of her two children. The court supported the shared parenting. Scott Taylor assessment of the court decision "demonstrates that children deserve the love and attention of both parents, regardless of gender." Guests: S…
COP 27 climate conference ends in Egypt. Our guest was there.making the case for nuclear energy as a key component to address climate change concern. Guest: Dr. Chris Keefer, Staff Emergency physician, St. Joseph's Health Care, Toronto - President, Canadians for Nuclear Energy, - Director, Doctors for Nuclear Energy. Learn more about your ad choice…
Ukraine infrastructure under continued and incessant missile attack from Russia, while Ukraine's military continues to hand Russia's military defeat on the ground - Then the issue of pieces of a said to be Ukrainian missile fired at incoming Russian ordinance falling on a Polish village and killing two people. Guest: Olexander Scherba. Fmr Ukraine …