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The Aliyan Jafri Podcast is a brand new podcast starring Aliyan Jafri and Co-hosted W/ Rawan Hesham. This podcast focuses on the daily hustles of schools and gets various guests on from the casual student to cancer-fighting teachers. It has it all, the upside of high school, dark treatment and sound advice (which you’re advised not to follow) on how to get through school. New episode every Thursday.
 
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Cardiologists discuss recent events in the world of medicine. Each episode will feature a special guest from the medical fields of cardiology and beyond as the doctors participate in a casual roundtable discussion that can be enjoyed by both medical professionals and laypeople alike.
 
Spilling, with T is a podcast that has an authentically real approach to a variety of topics that define womanhood in modern society. Each of us has such a unique story. Our experiences may not define us but defiantly shape us into the woman we are today. It’s a casual conversation with a friend, covering life's ups, downs and everything in-between, so what better way to guide, learn and grow, than from other wonderful men and woman who have been through the trials and tribulations of life.
 
How do I navigate the healthcare system? What do I ask my doctor? What should I do when I'm not being heard? Why does it seem like researchers are unable to make up their minds about the guidance they provide? Our goal is to give you tips on how to navigate the healthcare system and understand other matters of public health in plain language. We will be sharing experiences and having candid conversations with guests on both sides of the health divide: practitioners and those of us they serve ...
 
Welcome to Season 2! Join in as I host special guests for a casual chat to talk about motivation, inspiration, letting fear bounce and the occasional dog story. We'll share stories of kindness, compassion and the decision to let fear bounce. Providing hope and light to those who may need it. We may or may not discuss dogs and coffee. So sit back and listen to the dynamic people I have the pleasure to speak with from around the world. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kim-lengling1/support
 
Learn Real Good is a podcast that brings science to the masses by combining comedy and cutting-edge science. We create a friendly and casual atmosphere to discuss STEM research with grad students. We want to peel back the curtain on how science is done and what it means to be a scientist while improving scientific literacy in the general public. We also want our audience to laugh their butts off.
 
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You may have had a hard time finding free lanes in community pools across the province today, thanks to Swim for Hope 2023. It's a relay, aimed at raising money for cancer research. Jill Hartle is the co-chair on the Gander Lakers Swim for Hope Committee, and Sydney Hartle is a member of the team.
 
On Thursday's show, we heard from Bonavista Mayor John Norman. He said the town council is so concerned about the lack of physicians for their health centre, they're hoping to offer incentives to attract and retain doctors. Those include signing bonuses, and deals on prime building lots for a single dollar. Tom Osborne is the province's minister of…
 
Terry Fox's courage on his 1980 Marathon of Hope inspired the entire country. Now, a paralympian and captain of Canada's national sledge hockey team is using that inspiration to perform his own marathon of sorts. Tyler McGregor was scheduled to be in Deer Lake today, to circle the outdoor rink a total of 42 kilometres and continue his Skate Sledge …
 
Protesters have been blocking access to a test site near Mainland on the Port au Port Peninsula for weeks now. The site is being developed by World Energy GH2 for a massive wind-hydrogen project. Last week, people opposing the project accused the company of creating problems with their supplemental water supply. World Energy GH2 says protesters hav…
 
A new podcast on politics and news in this province is rolling out soon- thanks to freelance journalist Justin Brake. He faced charges for his coverage of Indigenous-led protests at the Muskrat Falls site back in 2016, charges which were dismissed after an almost four-year court battle. Now, Brake is launching his new podcast - "berrygrounds." with…
 
For years, Bonavista has been the poster child for rural community success. The town - led by Mayor John Norman - has converted old buildings into new homes and businesses. New entrepreneurs and families have moved in, and tourists have flocked to the community. But now, the lack of health care services - as shown in the case of an emergency room t…
 
February 1st to 7th is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, dedicated to fostering a better understanding of what eating disorders are and the impact they have. This year's theme is “Transforming the Narrative from Asks to Action.” In this province, the Eating Disorder Foundation has several events planned to spread the word. Paul Thomey is th…
 
For the past few years, many organizations and institutions have been trying to do better when it comes to diversity and inclusion. Government agencies, universities, even the CBC are doing meaningful work to try to bring about change. This September, the University of King's College in Halifax will offer free tuition for up to three Mi'kmaw studen…
 
Last week, we brought you a story about proposed wood harvesting in an area south of Gander Lake. The two areas where the provincial forestry department wanted to allow cutting are within the boundaries of the Rodney Pond proposed ecological reserve. The Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Advisory Council (WERAC) identified the area in 2020 as dese…
 
Maureen Scanlon is the founder and CEO of Maureen Scanlon Life coaching. She is an Award-winning Author, Relationship Expert, Professional Speaker and Podcast Host of INK (I Never Knew) With Life Coach Maureen. She has written two award winning books entitled, My Dog is More Enlightened Than I Am and her 2nd book, My Dog is My Relationship Coach. B…
 
First Nations people in this province have some new representation on the national scene. Mi'kmaw from Newfoundland now have their own regional chief at the Assembly of First Nations, or AFN. In the past, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland combined had a regional chief to represent them. Qalipu chief Brendan Mitchell has been selected as the interim regi…
 
Nothing draws a crowd to a hockey game like a hometown hero. That's what the Newfoundland Growlers are counting on, after signing Gander native Adam Dawe to a pro contract. Dawe spent 4 1/2 years playing university hockey in Maine and Connecticut. Now he's living the professional dream and taking hockey as far as he can...including scoring a hat tr…
 
Renovations to build a dream kitchen have turned into a nightmare for a Gander family.Tony and Ann Marie Norman bought TWO kitchens from Ikea early last year. But the company stopped shipping large orders to the province before all the pieces were delivered. Almost a year after they first ordered their kitchen, the family is still without all the m…
 
When Hurricane Fiona swept into Newfoundland's southwest coast last fall, it destroyed or damaged houses and vehicles. A woman in Port aux Basques died in the storm surge. Fiona also took away people's treasured possessions, scattering them on the shoreline and in the ocean. But residents are getting some of them back, one by one. Peggy Savery of P…
 
Interview starts at 39:40 Trevor Lohman joins us to chat about his research into longevity and other fascinating topics. We reflect on our chat with Dr. Antoun on the fasting mimicking diet, how nutritional research is still terrible, biological vs chronological age, and coffee and low cal keto diets. We also get into gamma wave brain entrainment, …
 
It's day two of the strike at Memorial University. Faculty are picketing outside the St. John's Campus and Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook. For students, it's another day of being caught in the middle of the labour dispute. We spoke with three students about how they are affected by it all. Jessica Hulan is from Grand Falls-Windsor, and in her firs…
 
Final arguments start today in a court case that could bring major changes for Qalipu First Nation - AND it could have implications for First Nation groups all over Canada. The Friends of Qalipu Advocacy Association is challenging the supplemental agreement between the Qalipu First Nation and the federal government. That agreement changed the crite…
 
A Corner Brook man is taking on some of the best chefs in the country this weekend. David Vatcher is the only chef from Atlantic Canada competing in the Canadian Culinary Championship in Ottawa. The charity event is in epic culinary battle that tests the creativity of chefs, as well as challenging their palates and their plating skills. But unlike …
 
Late last week, Gander lost one of its brightest lights. Averill Baker was known in the community as a gifted musician, a mother, and the wife of MP and Senator George Baker. But, perhaps more importantly, she was known for her kindness and interest in all those around her. Jackie Watkins knew Averill Baker through her work as a political assistant…
 
A visit to the Memorial University campus in Corner Brook right now will mean encountering a picket line. Professors at Grenfell Campus who are members of Memorial University Faculty Association in Corner Brook are on strike, along with their fellow faculty members in St. John's. Memorial University says it believes its latest offer is fair and bal…
 
This podcast was done in collaboration with Kimberly Kirklin, Director of UAB Arts In Medicine, and Dr Rachel Easterwood, a Hospitalist with Mount Sinai Health System in New York. Arts in Health is a diverse, multidisciplinary approach dedicated to improving health through arts. The field integrates visual arts and design, musical, literary, and pe…
 
Students at Memorial University campuses across the province will encounter picket lines today. Professors at the university are on strike. The Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty Association, or MUNFA, was not able to reach a collective agreement with MUN. That's in spite of negotiations throughout the past week. Ash Hossain is president o…
 
Jan. 28 was Data Privacy Day - a day to better understand the importance of keeping your personal information private. To celebrate the day and its importance, the province's privacy commissioner, Michael Harvey, released a new video - aptly called "Know Your Privacy Rights."
 
A farmer from Central Newfoundland has started a new national association to help the hydroponics industry across the country. MackenzIe Warford owns Papa's Farm in Springdale. He was struggling to find an organization anywhere in the country that specialized in hydroponic farms like his. He found other farmers looking for the same help, so they jo…
 
It's not starting until the second week in March, but preparations for the provincial Special Olympics winter Games are well underway in Grand Falls-Windsor. The athletes will be ready, but the venues are looking pretty brown and green instead of white at the moment. Kim McDonald-Wilkes is program director with Special Olympics in Grand Falls-Winds…
 
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