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Treadmill Talk powered by Flex Fitness is a series of walking with industry experts in Health & Fitness. We are all about nutrition, training & lifestyle with banter and yarns along the way. Walk with your hosts Tyler & Viv here at Treadmill talk. Follow Flex Fitness NZ here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlexNZ/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flexfitnessnz/?hl=en
 
Podcasts from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Interviews on research and innovations from KTH, sometimes with KTH:s partners. Podcasts are produced by the Communications Department at KTH. KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, is the largest and oldest technical university in Sweden. No less than one third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level is provided by KTH. Education and research spans from natural ...
 
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After much debate, city councillors opted to keep the OPS community Centre standing – albeit with a few differences. Councillor Patrick O’Reilly brings us the back story on how that beloved building avoided the wrecking ball. Bobcaygeon may not have been crowned Canada’s Hockeyville for 2021. But the town’s champions, like Kathleen Seymour-Fagan, s…
 
Pam and Wally Koekebakker are a super busy, community-minded, socially-conscious couple. But they still, somehow, find time to care for (previously unwanted) donkeys. Mickaël Durand didn’t let shutdowns keep his croissants (and all his wonderful baked goods) out of the hands of far away loyal customers. He loaded up, buckled up and hit the road – a…
 
The KLPS wants your input to help shape its future. Chief Mitchell and Sgt Hagarty explain why. The Housemen are three stay-at-home dad musicians, proud that this status fuels their lyrics. We found – without a GPS – Trevor and Ted, a father-and-son team of geocachers who tell us what draws them to this high-tech treasure hunting. There’s a lot of …
 
Three Lindsay-area die-hard Hab fans commiserate with our host, a fellow lover of all things Canadiens – (note the spelling, eh) - about cheering for the Bleu, Blanc et Rouge in Leafs country. Fleming teacher Ann Rocchi’s students aren’t in the classroom. But that only made it easier to teach them about birds in Canada – and India! The Lakeview Art…
 
Courtrooms with juries are slowly inching back to business. What effect is this having on how the law is administered during Covid? Monique Meloche is a lawyer who specializes in civil litigation and injury. She explains that this popular perception – disputes being settled in the courtroom with a jury - isn’t as common as we might think.…
 
Vaccines are set to roll out in the C of KL and if you’re reluctant or outright opposed, Doc Gemmill understands – but also presents a strong case to roll up your sleeve. It’s still a nice walk in the park. But KRCA has made it even nicer with....talking trees? Yup. Rebecca Reeds returns to her hometown – virtually, that is. She’ll deliver the good…
 
Yeah, he’s only 10. But Cameron’s Owen Hargrave and his hockey hot stovin’ belies his age. Strumbellas bass player Darryl James takes a kick at a solo project – and his Close Kicks scores! Can’t browse inside Vicky’s Values? Well, now you can browse it virtually. With your computer. Using a mouse. And a browser. Get it? Service clubs have had a har…
 
Lindsay’s Haleigh Wallace was happy to roll up her sleeve for the vaccine. Yes, that vaccine. She describes it like no other needle-in-arm experience. In a good way! Evictions during Covid demand new, and oft-changing, rules. Lawyer Jason Wards makes a cloudy situation, well, not cloudy. Who uproots their restaurant to a new and bolder location dur…
 
Lindsay native Nick Rose of Dwayne Gretzky talk about his band’s 2020 version of ringing in the new year with a live concert. Some challenges, sure. But that annual show must go on – with good streaming bandwidth. Advocate Editor at large Nancy Payne discusses a personal encounter that inspired her January feature article. Jason Bain is new to hunt…
 
Every Christmas for 10 years, Steve and Penny Hainer have lit up their home for all to see – with more than 1000 bulbs and a lot of music! The front line of a food bank is rewarding – but can also be stressful, especially now, explains Amelia Boyd. Part architecture. Part baking. Part Art. And a scale gingerbread model of downtown Caygeon is ALL sp…
 
Hard to fathom there was a time when masks were not required.But that time did, indeed, exist. But when masks did becomemandatory in public and retail spaces, the rule’s details were oftenmurky. Lawyer Jason Ward, however, was there to help us wadethrough those details. The insight he offered back in the summer of2020 and Episode 12, is still very …
 
Not your average all-male calendar: 12 fellas from Downeyville pose for their church hall’s fundraiser. Photographer Ashley O’Neill tells us just how NOT average that assignment was. When Lindsay’s Strike Point bowling alley faced pandemic restrictions not longer after investing in some major renos, it “pivoted” to the challenge – with, among other…
 
Way more than just a tribute act - Dwayne Gretzky front man Tyler Kyte’s roots are in Downeyville/Dunsford. But his 10-piece band is loved everywhere. Two of the RMH’s covid testers explain why – and how - they love this 2020 job. Pierre Chartier waxes about the virtues of solo cycling. Kids, their parents and the stress of the pandemic - the CMHA’…
 
Sometimes ya just have to throw something sharp at a wall – and hope it sticks. Carlo from the Lindsay Axe Club shows Denis how it’s done – and why. Teacher Bew tells us what the front of the class is like during Covid. Jury duty is inching back to courtroom. Lawyer Monique Meloche explains what that REALLY means.…
 
Wave Part 2 brings stringent distancing rules. Sgt Murtha of the KLPS explains it’s as much about education as enforcement. Rec hockey is back. But be prepared for changes – including changing in the parking lot. The Ballyduff Trail is like walking inside a page from The Hobbit – the nice parts, minus Smaug and Azog. Paul Skipworth skips nothing wh…
 
In an interesting role-reversal, the interviewer becomes the interviewee. Singer/songwriter Marc Novoselec and his music are featured in Episode #13. And he requested a return visit. But this time, Marc wanted to ask the questions. So sit back as Marc chats with Advocate Podcast host/producer Denis Grignon about his other gig - Professional standup…
 
It’s a difficult decision: choosing who you want to be your power of attorney for health care. But equally difficult: deciding if you want the responsibility that comes with accepting that role. Broghan Dean, with Wards Lawyers, specializes in wills and estate planning. In July 2020 and Episode 10 of the Advocate Podcast, she explains those respons…
 
Jeanne Truax is glad to be back at the books. But the adjustments for high schoolers do come with, well, adjustments. A Place Called Home is serving more clients – in local motels. But that doesn’t mean there are more homeless people. Craig Schroter wasn’t going to let Covid prevent him from bringing music to long-term care residents. So, Craig got…
 
Shared child custody can – and often is – demanding. During Covid, even more so. Ryan O’Neill, with Wards Lawyers, specializes in Family Law. In May 2020 and Episode 8 of the Advocate Podcast, Ryan discusses the legal implications of child custody during a unique time.By lindsayadvocate
 
Lawyer Jason Ward weighed in on the safety inspection blitzes the provincial government was conducting on small businesses during Covid’s first wave. What he told The Advocate Podcast back in Episode 6, can teach us much about what to expect in the futureBy lindsayadvocate
 
The Strumbellas’s Darryl James calls Lindsay home. He and Robyn James explain why…and how The Academy Theatre is so important to them, that they’re helping produce a mega concert fundraiser. Think you know what wrongful dismissal really means? Lawyer Jason Ward does – and explains it in clear language. What’s a Kawartha Box? A whole lot of local go…
 
What a run! But A Place Called Home’s Lorrie Polito is ready to pass the torch – after 25 years. Part meditation, part light stroll, all uplifting: Ken Reid’s forest therapy walks reward. Lindsay’s Boots of Hazard is itchin’ to get its boots back on stage. Members Dennis Carmichael and Shawn Miller talk country, rock, country rock and what Scugog’s…
 
Movies at Lindsay Drive-In? Sure. Live concerts with real humans! Yup, that too. Not hard to physically-distance for golf, but is it still…fun? Bird and Jancsik weigh in. It’s back, and Vicky’s Values’ value to the community goes beyond big bargains. Watching the game from your favourite seat when arena seats are empty: worse, better or same? And f…
 
A mask is now a must inside C of KL businesses. Lawyer Jason Ward explains how, when and why. The Lakeview Arts Barn says the show must – and will – go on (with concessions). Lookin’ for a bike is an uphill pedal, says cycling expert and Cambray store owner Mike Gorman. Musician Marc Novoselec took the past few months to create Isolation Dreams. Ou…
 
Pharmacist Cathy Puffer with mask update after Day 1 of new rule. Chief of Kawartha Paramedic Service, Andrew Rafton, on pandemic effect. Advocate publisher, Roderick Benns, on new gig as Chamber of Commerce president. Cameron’s Cassie Noble with great conversation and super great music. And another Kawartha staycation.…
 
Bass players or Bassist: Graeme’s cool with either. So many chipmunks. So many squirrels. So, why? Reaboro’s champion of the post office is gone, but never forgotten. What’s a Covid-19 test like anyway? Denis meets an internet troll – and chip a truck maven. Two different people, btw. Guess which he appreciates more. Local police embrace BLM – and …
 
Selina Reevie’s peaceful protest in support of BLM. Lisa Miller’s Cat and Fiddle makes take-out work. A (not so) slight change in wedding planning. An update from hairstylist Kim Murphy. Students weigh in on virtual learning. Nancy Payne’s Kawartha road trip yields cool olives – and more.By lindsayadvocate
 
Hair stylists, like Kim Murphy, miss us as much as we miss them. Lindsay’s homeless shelter sees surge in client numbers. Wards family lawyer, Ryan O’Neill, explains how Covid could affect child custody. Ontario Youth Parliament inspires two Lindsay natives. Sylvia Keesmaat teaches Denis a few things about OUTdoor gardening.…
 
Area landfills re-opened this week – but with conditions. Still, Cuppy is pumped, so he held a news conference. Great time to try gardening, eh! Home hair care? Uh, maybe. They’re now called Heaps – same fellas, still producing great music. A young woman watches a pandemic’s effects on her U.S. home – from Lindsay.…
 
The KLFS got an $11,000 boost - good news for people like Heather. Jason Ward, of Wards Lawyers, explains government’s inspection blitz of local businesses. Julie Corlett knows dogs – and how to make their lives better when isolated with their owners. Jonah Grignon gets personal ‘bout board games with buddies – when played online. And some listener…
 
Matthew Robbins hunts for food - and reflection. Host Denis hates seeing discarded styrofoam cups on his road. So, he interviewed one. A cup, that is. Luis Segara creates great food wraps and great hip hop. Meet The Advocate’s new municipal affairs writer, Kirk Winter.By lindsayadvocate
 
Downeyville do-ers like Mary Connell and Karen Cook transformed their hall – while maintaining its history. A long-time Little Britain area home schooler offers tips. The CMHA’s Jack Veitch with self isolation self care. A top 5 that should make you smile. And maple syrup is a flowin’.By lindsayadvocate
 
How could Covid-19 affect the workplace? Wards lawyer Calvin Chan says it depends. People, are flocking to feed Ken Reid’s chickadees – from their hands. Denis drops in on a Taste of India for more than just great food. Artemis Chartier – and her music – settles into her new community.By lindsayadvocate
 
Glenda Morris shows host Denis Grignon that you need more than a chef’s touch to prepare meals at a homeless shelter. Lindsay-based band The Kents become Heaps. Doug Pearson is a loonie auctioneer like no other.By lindsayadvocate
 
Sarah has some pretty outstanding accolades. Let’s start with fifteen years of international track and field. Competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics, also competed in the 2006 and 2014 Commonweatlh Games. Recently retired from her professional athlete career she has taken on the role as a New Zealand Olympic Ambassador where she is able visit schools…
 
Treadmill Talk powered by Flex Fitness is a series of walking with Industry experts in Health and Fitness. We are all about nutrition, training, and lifestyle with banter and yarns along the way. Walk with your hosts Dillon and Viv here at Treadmill Talk. On this new episode, we will be talking with our special guest Torell from Cougar Boys. He is …
 
Treadmill Talk powered by Flex Fitness is a series of walking with Industry experts in Health and Fitness. We are all about nutrition, training and lifestyle with banter and yarns along the way. Walk with your hosts Dillon and Viv here at Treadmill Talk. On this new episode, we will be talking with our special guest Lydia O'Donnell. Let's just star…
 
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