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In a sincere message, the speaker expresses a longstanding wish to globally share the cultural wealth of Iran, especially with those outside its borders. By broadcasting the message through a podcast, they extend an invitation to listeners to actively participate, share their traditions, and contribute to cultivating a deeper connection with the diverse and refined Iranian culture.
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Supposedly Adults

Jansen Tan, Lyris Miu, Melody Miu, Calvin Ngan

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Welcome to Supposedly Adults! We are four supposed adults making sense of the world, learning how to be a slightly better person, and just trying to make life suck less! Also, we have no friends so please share this with more people, and leave us a rating and review for my self-worth! Come hang out with us on LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook (@supposedlyadults)!
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined at the Covent Garden Market studio by activist Mojdeh Cox, disability advocate Dr. Jeff Preston and political insider Ryan Gauss. The panel discusses the ongoing London Police investigation into what they're calling a potentially hate-motivated arson, more changes at the London Health Sciences Cent…
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London has become one of the centre of the safe supply debate in the medical community. The pro-side says that providing drugs that aren't from dealers will be safer and lead to fewer overdose deaths. The con-side believes that safe supply is only a temporary measure, with more harms than benefits. Dr. Sharon Koivu, who has been practicing medicine…
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Craig welcomes London Deputy Mayor Shawn Lewis, as well as former city councillors Roger Caranci and Cheryl Miller to talk about the issues of the week. They talk about the state of long-term care in Ontario and Cheryl's husband being in the system, then they talk about the provincial cabinet shuffle, housing being put over top of farmland, renovic…
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If you look at the polls, it shows the chances are high that Pierre Poilievre is going to be the next Prime Minister of Canada. How did he get to this point? Craig's former colleague Andrew Lawton has written a book about it. 'Pierre Poilievre: A Political Life' is available now, and Andrew stopped by the Covent Garden Market studio to talk about t…
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The good news: If you like to buy a beer, soon there will be more places to do it. The bad news: It's going to be expensive. Premier Doug Ford says alcohol sales will be expanded, with the rollout beginning this summer. The cost a $225-million payout to the Beer Store, plus hundreds of millions more in other costs, according to the opposition. Ben …
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined at the Covent Garden Market studio by Ward 11 councillor Skylar Franke, PhD candidate AJ Wray and former Green Party candidate Carol Dyck. Among the topics is the city hall conversation surrounding gas powered lawn mower use after 6 p.m., office to housing conversions, the troubles with transit as …
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The London Health Sciences Centre has a new acting President and CEO. David Musyj, who had been President and CEO at Windsor Regional Hospital, is temporarily taking over the top job at LHSC in the midst of ongoing questions about the LHSC's travel scandal and the absence of CEO Jackie Schleifer Taylor. What are Musyj's priorities? Why did the take…
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During the pandemic, the term vaccination became a lightning rod for controversy and misinformation. Now, illnesses like measles and whooping cough that were once thought to be a thing of the past are making a return. Dr. Jia Hu, a physician and public health advocate, joined Craig to examine the issue and discuss possible solutions. The Craig Need…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined in the studio by former city councillor Cheryl Miller, YOU Executive Director Steve Cordes and CUPE Local 101 President Steve Holland. They breakdown the latest issues at London Police Service where three senior officers are off on leave. Then, they look at a similar story at London Health Sciences…
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Jessie Rodger, the Executive Director of Anova, joins Craig to talk about social service agencies that have been highly scrutinized in London over the last month. They discuss sex work laws, addictions challenges and other issues facing these organizations in the community. The Craig Needles Podcast is powered by Downtown London and the Covent Gard…
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For this week's Friday Round Table, Craig welcomes London Deputy Mayor Shawn Lewis, Elgin-Middlesex United Way CEO Kelly Ziegner, and political insider Sarah Browning to the studio to talk about the week's top stories. They discuss proposed changes to the council code of conduct, the ongoing feud between councillor Susan Stevenson and social servic…
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After a social media challenge to come on the podcast and discuss their differences, Y.O.U. Executive Director Steve Cordes and councillor Susan Stevenson join Craig at the Covent Garden Market studio to have a discussion about key issues. They talk about homeless hubs, the non-profit sector in London, poverty, drug use in London and more. The Crai…
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Craig is joined at the Covent Garden Market studio by former NDP candidate Shawna Lewkowitz, former council candidate Jeremy McCall and Blackburn Media News Manager Scott Kitching. They talked about the ongoing debate about health and homelessness in London, the Ontario crackdown on cellphones in class, a PC win in Lambton-Kent-Middlesex, Pierre Po…
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Ward Four councillor Susan Stevenson joined Craig in the studio to talk about some of her posts on Twitter which have drawn harsh criticism. They go over tweets about the London Abused Women's Centre, Safe Space, ANOVA and others. They also debate sex work, homelessness plans, encampments, her integrity commissioner reports and more. The Craig Need…
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Craig is back from vacation! He welcomed London Abused Women's Centre Executive Director Jennifer Dunn, political insider Ryan Gauss and activist Mojdeh Cox to the Covent Garden Market studio to talk about the issues of the week. They discussed Pierre Poilievre's bizarre stop at an extremist protest in Atlantic Canada, a local Conservative MP being…
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With some big planning applications in front of London city council in the next few weeks, there's questions about how people in the city will get around. Do we have the transit infrastructure in west London to build large residential complexes on Wonderland Road? Councillor Sam Trosow joins Craig to share his thoughts. The Craig Needles Podcast is…
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Amid some media sniping between London City Hall and the London Public Library, Craig chats with chief librarian Michael Ciccone about the issues between the two sides. What's going on with Sunday hours? Will library branches have to close? Is there enough cash to fix leaking ceilings and other issues? They tackle all those questions and more. The …
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It's the first ever Friday Round Table from the Covent Garden Market studio! Craig welcomes London budget chair Elizabeth Peloza, political insider Scott Collyer and former city councillor John Fyfe-Millar to the new recording space to talk about the issues of the week including questions about transit in west London, exactly how high London buildi…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig welcomes London city councillor Steve Lehman, disability advocate Dr. Jeff Preston and former Green Party candidate Carol Dyck to the studio to breakdown the issues of the week. The panel discusses a potential homeless hub location on Wellington Road, the London Public Library's funding, Doug Ford's desire t…
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London North Centre Liberal MP Peter Fragiskatos chats with Craig in the studio about the increase in carbon pricing on April 1st. Was this the right time to increase a tax as Canadians are dealing with an affordability crisis? They also discuss the federal government's $1-billion announcement on funding school lunches and whether that should be pr…
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London city councillors are about to order a performance audit of the London Transit Commission. Routes, systems, executive performance and more will all be under the microscope. How's that going over at the commission? Commission chair Stephanie Marentette joins Craig for an honest discussion about whether the system is good enough (it isn't), wha…
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On a special Saturday edition of the podcast, Ontario Liberal Party leader bonnie Crombie joins Craig in the studio. They discuss the upcoming Lambton-Kent-Middlesex by-election, Doug Ford's anti-fourplex takes, the housing crisis, Ontario Works and ODSP rates and more. The Craig Needles Podcast is powered by the Covent Garden Market and Downtown L…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined in the studio by Y.O.U. Executive Director Steve Cordes, political insider Sarah Browning and PhD candidate A.J. Wray to breakdown the biggest stories of the week. They start with Doug Ford's comments on fourplexes in Ontario and how it may run counter to federal Conservative messaging. Then, they …
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در این قسمت به توضیح آیین‌ها و سنت‌های مرتبط با جشن نوروز و روزهای پیش از آن می‌پردازیم، از جمله خانه‌تکانی، آیین پنجه، و چهارشنبه‌سوری، و همچنین اشاره‌ای به نقش و جایگاه حاجی فیروز در این جشن های پیش از نوروز داریم. به اهمیت نوروز در فرهنگ زرتشتیان و چگونگی بزرگداشت آن در میان ایرانیان و زرتشتیان اشاره میشود. همچنین به برخی از باورها و آیین‌های خا…
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نوروز، که ریشه در ایران باستان دارد، به عنوان آغاز سال نو در ایران، افغانستان، و چندین کشور دیگر جشن گرفته می‌شود. در سال 2010، سازمان ملل 21 مارچ را به عنوان روز جهانی نوروز با ریشه ایرانی به رسمیت شناخت. کانادا نیز اولین روز بهار را به عنوان نوروزجشن ملی ایرانیان و بسیاری اقوام دیگر نامگذاری کرده است. در اینجا به آداب و رسوم گوناگوم نوروزی در کشو…
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نوروز به عنوان کهن ترین جشن سال نو در جهان، از دوران هخامنشیان در ایران گرامی داشته شده است. روایت‌های مختلفی از پیدایش نوروز وجود دارد، که اغلب آن‌ها به جمشید، یکی از پادشاهان اسطوره‌ای ایران، نسبت داده می‌شود. او موفق به شکست دادن اهریمن شده و شادمانی و برکت را به مردم بازگرداند، که این روز به نوروز نام گرفت. داستان‌ها و آداب نوروزی به ما یادآوری…
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The US is a step closer to banning TikTok. What will that mean in Canada? And for people who make their living on that site? And is TikTok really any worse than apps like Facebook, Instagram or YouTube? Craig welcomes Dr. Anabel Quan-Haase, from the Faculty of Media and Information Studies at Western, to the podcast to breakdown those questions and…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, the Craig is joined by London Deputy Mayor Shawn Lewis, Elgin-Middlesex United Way CEO Kelly Ziegner and London Home Builder's Association CEO Jared Zaifman to tackle the top stories of the week. The discuss whether building is happening fast enough in London, the province not giving the city housing funding, the …
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Economist Mike Moffatt joins Craig to talk about the new report from the Task Force for Housing and Climate, called the Blueprint for Better and More Housing. Canada needs homes. And we need them fast. How do we get them? Mike goes over recommendations for federal, provincial, and municipal governments. The Craig Needles Podcast is powered by Downt…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined by London Abused Women's Centre Executive Director Jennifer Dunn, ANOVA Executive Director Jessie Rodger and political insider Ryan Gauss. They talk about whether encampments are part of the "fabric" of London - as a city staffer said this week. Also, increased CCTV in the downtown core and whether…
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The Craig Needles Podcast and Classic Rock 98.1 have a new home! The new, extra studio is at the Covent Garden Market, in the heart of London's entertainment district. Market GM Amy Shackleton and John Fyfe-Millar, the market's board chair, joined Craig on the podcast to discuss the new partnership and the exciting days ahead. Then, Brian Lynch, a …
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The hot debate surrounding the city's budget is the big topic on this week's Friday Round Table. Craig is joined in the studio by London Deputy Mayor Shawn Lewis, activist Mojdeh Cox and former Green party candidate Carol Dyck to break it all down. The group also discusses budget problems at the Thames Valley District School Board and Brian Mulrone…
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As debate over London's policing budget intensifies and council gets set to make a decision, London Police Chief Thai Truong and London Police Services Board chair Ali Chahbar join Craig in the studio to discuss the sticker shock felt by some in the community over the $672-million price tag. What will be the markers to show this sort of expenditure…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined in the studio by former city councillor Cheryl Miller, former council candidate Jeremy McCall and Blackburn Media News Manager Scott Kitching. They discuss the man who killed four members of Our London Family being found to be a terrorist, the final week of a tumultuous London budget process, and h…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined on the panel by former Thames Centre Deputy Mayor Kelly Elliott, and political insiders Ryan Gauss and Nathan Caranci. They discuss the city's budget Hunger Games (Craig's words) and whether having agencies openly lobby council is a good thing. Then they look at the upcoming by-election in Lambton-…
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J Stevens is the new morning show host on Classic Rock 98.1! J and Rubino launches this week, and J sat down with Craig to talk about his new role, the state of the radio industry and how local radio still matters. The Craig Needles Podcast is powered by Downtown London and the Covent Garden Market.By Blackburn Media
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Craig is joined by a panel of PhD candidate A.J. Wray, political insider Scott Collyer and former federal NDP candidate Shawna Lewkowitz. They talked about London's budget priorities - from police, to transit, to libraries - as well as the future of media after the news of another round of massive layoffs at Bell. The Craig Needles Podcast is power…
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The London Police budget ask is a massive $672-million dollars. Do they need all of that money to keep the city safe, as their chief and board have said? Where could they find cuts? Former London Police officer and current professor at King's University College Dr. Lesley Bikos joins the podcast to share her thoughts. The Craig Needles Podcast is p…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined by former city councillor Cheryl Miller, Y.O.U. Executive Director Steve Cordes and London Home Builder's Association C.E.O. Jared Zaifman. They discuss the $672-million police budget ask and the London Police Association statement blasting "defund the police zealots", as well as Mayor Josh Morgan'…
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Former Knight Alex Formenton, along with four current NHL players, have turned themselves in to London Police amid the 2018 Hockey Canada sex assault case. What's next? How long will it take until we get some answers? How does the civil settlement impact the criminal case? Defense lawyer Alison Craig discusses on this edition of the podcast.…
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"جشن ملی میهنی سده" درود به همزبانان مهربانم در سراسر این جهان پهناور، در این برنامه به سخنانی درباره جشن با شکوه سده میپردازم. جشن سده، جشن پیدایش آتش است ویادگار نیاکان خردمند ایران‌زمین با ریشه‌ای به درازای تاریخ و تمدن بشری است. جشن سده، یادگار هوشنگ شاه پیشدادی است ، و از آن زمان تا به امروز همچنان به‌یادگار مانده‌است و هرساله ایرانیان، روز ده…
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Greetings to all my beloved individuals across this vast world. I have long sought a means to share the rich culture, customs, and traditions of Iran in the simplest way to enthusiasts of this cherished culture. This endeavor also dedicates to our beloved individuals born beyond Iran's borders, whose hearts are brimming with affection for their hom…
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City of London budget chair Elizabeth Peloza, London Abused Women's Centre Executive Director Jennifer Dunn and activist Mojdeh Cox join Craig for this week's Friday Round Table. They discuss the Mayor's State of the City address, the police budget, the reported plan by London Police to arrest five members of the 2018 Canadian World Junior team and…
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In the middle of a housing crisis, London needs development. But can that development be environmentally friendly? On the heels of a conversation at city hall, councillor Skylar Franke and London Home Builder's Association CEO Jared Zaifman join Craig to breakdown what the city wants to do and how it could work for developers.…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined in the studio by London Deputy Mayor Shawn Lewis, former city councillor Roger Caranci and PhD candidate A.J. Wray. They breakdown compensation for London City Councillors and what the future should look like, as well as an open meetings violation found by the Ontario Ombudsman and Doug Ford's plan…
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Doug Ford's government has announced a pilot project that will see Service Ontario kiosks be located within Staples and Wal-Mart stores. Critics have said the plan would end good jobs and send provincial tax dollars to major US corporations. But, some advocates are worried about legal outcomes for low income Ontarians. Jamie Hildebrand, Executive D…
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On this week's Friday Round Table, Craig is joined in the studio by disability advocate Dr. Jeff Preston, former Green party candidate Carol Dyck and Blackburn Media news manager Scott Kitching. They discuss raises at city hall during a time of budget pressures, a positive report about homelessness in the London and whether a new series of complain…
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