Reviews, news, and more covering anime, manga, and video games old and new, hosted by Evan Minto and David Estrella. New episodes every two weeks.
Discover the unknown facts.
A biblically minded podcast highlighting the people, conversations, and ethos of Cairn University.
Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.
Welcome to Landscape Photography World! The podcast for everyone passionate about landscape photography! I’m Grant Swinbourne and I’ll be your host on this show discussing the world of landscape photography. In each show I’ll be talking to some of the best landscape photographers that inspire me. We’ll be getting to know them better and talk to them about their inspirations and motivations, how they’ve developed their style and what they do and don’t like about being a photographer. I’m keen ...
Interviews and content that helps you build an income stream and find your purpose after reaching Financial Independence. The podcast helps you to work and invest wisely and live a meaningful life on your own terms.
Redhill Church, Canberra, Australia. More talks and further info via http://redhill.org.au
A podcast all about Japanese cartoons and comics as discussed by three self-proclaimed experts in the world of anime and manga! Plus anime news / reviews, coverage of classic anime, hentai / yaoi, and much, much more. Updated every week. We hope.
At let's talk P2P we take a closer look on the inner workings of P2P-Lending and FinTech companies in Europe, in order to make better informed investment decisions. This Podcast is in English and hosted by Germanys largest P2P channel Northern Finance.
It’s easy for growing eCommerce brands to prioritise getting consumers to buy, but then end up disappointing hard-earned customers by not delivering on promises. From Zendbox, After The Buy Button is the only show for modern eCommerce leaders to hear first-hand examples of operational challenges and how they were solved. With actionable tips and advice, this show feeds your appetite for quick, practical insights that will empower you to take control, level-up and give customers what they des ...
Hable Talks isn't your average technology podcast. It's a podcast about people and tech. Welcome to the brand new podcast from Adoption and Change Management specialists Hable. We are a different kind of Microsoft partner - changing how people feel about technology, one organisation at a time. Join us for engaging conversations, industry insight and dodgy work-from-home lunch ideas - as #TeamHable and our guests get together to discuss people and tech.
Founder of TrueCondos.com and real estate investing expert Andrew la Fleur interviews some of the most influential and prevalent people in the Toronto condo market. http://www.truecondos.com
For the first Canadian Lacrosse League (CLL) Podcast, RUGBURN, League Founder and Canada General Manager, Chris Fox, talks with some of the best 16 to 21 year old box lacrosse players in the world - giving fans access to junior lacrosse like never before. Players will share their stories as elite athletes navigating a balance between life and lacrosse, all in the pursuit of playing professionally in the National Lacrosse League (NLL).
Kevin Clarke is a pioneer of dreams and is convinced that if you can think it, you can do it. He is known across the globe as a unique encourager, and a mentor of hope and success through his fresh fun and humorous teaching style. Kevin’s unique ability to communicate success strategies in a simple and practical way has awakened the dreams of people across all creeds, color and age. Kevin consistently inspires others to go after their dreams regardless of past experiences of limiting beliefs ...
People are trying to figure out what municipal reform means for two of New Brunswick's established villages - Minto and Chipman. Jeanne Armstrong talks to Minto Mayor Erica Barnett and Chipman Mayor Keith West.
Let us learn about it
Let us learn about itBy Khushboo Mishra
Wealthy countries still aren't meeting their vaccine sharing commitments to the COVAX program. And experts say it's impacting the emergence of new variants.
How many families need help this year? Jane Buckley, chair of District 3 Food Banks, gives us that number, and tells you how you can help this holiday season.
Let us understand about this
Let us understand about this
Let us understand about thisBy Khushboo Mishra
Louise Comeau says the clock is ticking, and the province must develop renewables to replace the coal-fired power from Belledune.
Wolastoqey chiefs in New Brunswick have turned down an invitation from New Brunswick's commissioner on systemic racism. They say they want an Indigenous led independent inquiry into systemic racism in the province, and this is not a substitute.We hear from Chief Allan Polchies, and Commissioner Manju Varma.…
An event this weekend will bring over 70 Etsy stores together in one physical location. Kate Hunter is organizing the event.
Let us understand about thisBy Khushboo Mishra
A deep look at child poverty in Canada. We talk to Christine Saulnier from Campaign 2000 about the urgent need for solutions.
120 hours of 'Hurry Hard'. We hear how all that yelling at the Capital Winter Club in Fredericton last week will help support young people. Steve Burns is a member of the unofficial world record breaking curling team.
It's the annual trivia episode! For the first time, we have TWO special trivia guests: Christina Rose and Jason Moses, freelance Japanese to English otaku translators whose most recent gig is Super Robot Wars 30, out now on Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and for the first time with no region lockout, PC via Steam! Visit www.animeworldorder.com for…
It’s the annual trivia episode! For the first time, we have TWO special trivia guests: Christina Rose and Jason Moses, freelance Japanese to English otaku translators whose most recent gig is Super Robot Wars 30, out now on Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and for the first time with no region lockout, PC via Steam! Introduction (0:00 – 25:30) We ma…
Let us learn about him
With new Covid variants and rising cases we check in with virologist and immunologist Rodney Russell about what to expect for the holidays.
We ask Mayor Kate Rogers for her take on municipal reform. Did the capital get everything it wanted?
Most other provinces have one major city, but New Brunswick has three smaller southern cities. Have you ever wondered why? A couple of researchers at UNB hope to chart that out, with help from municipal governments, historic maps and aerial photos.
This time I’ll be talking to Matt Barbeau about his landscape photography journey. Originally from Canada Matt is known for his amazing Australian forest scenes and seascapes. We talk about his wildlife and drone photograph, how and why he’s become a full-time photographer and the impacts of social media on mental health and wellbeing. I hope you e…
Understand his contribution in India's freedom struggle
Understand his contribution in India's freedom struggleBy Khushboo Mishra
A remote trail in northern New Brunswick steeped in cultural heritage is featured in the latest edition of National Geographic. Trail master Jason Grant tells us all about the Sentier Nepisiguit Mi’gmaq Trail.
Movember means facial hair, but it also means prevention. Dr. Ash McLellan of Fredericton has created a site to help men get checked for prostate cancer.
Municipal reform adds a lucrative enclave to Fredericton's new boundary. We check in with the Mayor of Oromocto about how that affects his community.
Jake Reid, executive director of the New Brunswick Pharmacists Association, tells us how pharmacists are preparing for a new wave of younger customers.
A Fredericton volunteer received the YMCA Peace Medallion for her efforts to help people experiencing homelessness. Georgette Roy's 20 years of fundraising started with a bake sale, then snowballed into a wine and cheese, and finally a fancy dinner and auction.
A Fredericton group is trying to help a Syrian family bring their family members to the city, but it keeps hitting roadblocks. Jeanne Armstrong met up with Willa Stevenson and Abdulmanim Alhawari.
Jeanne Armstrong speaks with Grand Falls Mayor Marcel Deschenes about the change municipal reform brings to his town.
In this episode, Clarissa reviews one of the signature titles from manga supergroup CLAMP: the 1994 anime series Magic Knight Rayearth. Fair warning: in addition to the TV series, we also talk about...Rayearth. You know, that OVA we all try to pretend doesn't exist. Which Clarissa and Gerald had actually never seen or really heard about until just …
In this episode, Clarissa reviews one of the signature titles from manga supergroup CLAMP: the 1994 anime series Magic Knight Rayearth. Fair warning: in addition to the TV series, we also talk about…Rayearth. You know, that OVA we all try to pretend doesn’t exist. Which Clarissa and Gerald had actually never seen or really heard about until just no…
A report from the advocacy group ACORN suggests a lack of eviction protection for tenants is causing severe housing insecurity in New Brunswick. Lore Ingersoll speaks for ACORN.
Big changes are coming for municipalities and rural communities in New Brunswick. Jeanne Armstrong speaks with Daniel Allain, the minister responsible for local governance reform.
Our local music columnist has details about a night of Bossa Nova Jazz.
We take a closer look at one of the big changes coming from the White Paper on Municipal Reform. Don Fitzgerald says think of it as the Full Service model. He's executive director of Regional Service Commission Eleven.
It’s Metroid Time again! Evan and David dive back into 2-D Metroid with a review of Metroid Fusion for the Game Boy Advance. There’s some Dread talk in here too since Evan finished it and keeps comparing it and Fusion. Topics include: sexist commanding officers, the worst spider in history, and fix your N64 emulator Nintendo.Thank you to Patrick Su…
Episode Notes Whatever happened to missions, and is the house church the biblical model? Nate Wambold sits down with Kevin King, Cairn's World Reach Week keynote speaker, to address these subjects and much more.
New Brunswick has unveiled it's new approach to health care in the province. We get reaction to the new plan from the former CEO of Vitalite Health, Gilles Lanteigne.
The province has a new health plan, with goals that span the next two years and beyond. But where are the people to make it happen? We ask Health Minister Dorothy Sheppard.
Julian Walker's new book is part memoir, part critique of the media landscape in New Brunswick. It's called Wires Crossed: Memoir of a Citizen and Reporter in the Irving Press.
St. Mary's First Nation is in the midst of a Covid-19 outbreak. Chief Allan Polchies is not happy with the way the province dealt with it.
Let's us think about them
Let us think about themBy Khushboo Mishra
The biggest reform to municipal politics in New Brunswick since the 1960s is expected to take place this week. We check in with two communities that will be affected, Keswick Ridge and Stanley.
Canada's Chief Public Health officer says Covid-19 is on the rise. Dr. Peter Lin explains why this is happening and how you can protect yourself heading into the winter months.
Another pillar in New Brunswick's new health plan was announced yesterday, it is focused on helping seniors stay in their homes longer. A big part of that will be expanding a pilot project called 'Nursing Homes Without Walls'. Jeanne Armstrong talks to Suzanne Dupuis-Blanchard, the woman who developed the program.…
I'm talking to Davey Rogers about his journey and the way of life he's carving out on the beautiful Sapphire Coast. Davey hails from the Sapphire Coast in the south-eastern corner of NSW. His work reflects his deep connection to the place he grew up in and focuses on the pristine natural beauty of the surrounding area. Davey moved to Sydney earlier…
Understand his contribution in nation building