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HOSERS is a hockey podcast based in Ontario, Canada. The show is hosted by Chris Killingsworth, Carter Loupelle, and Thomas Williams. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and SoundCloud.
 
The world is changing every day. Now, more than ever, these questions matter. What’s happening? And why should you care? This Matters, a daily news podcast from the Toronto Star, aims to answer those questions, on important stories and ideas, every day, Monday to Friday. Hosts Adrian Cheung, Saba Eitizaz and Raju Mudhar talk to experts and newsmakers about the social, cultural, political and economic stories that shape your life.
 
The husband and wife team of Christian “Filly” Filimon and Amanda “The Panda” Filimon talk all things Ontario Fury, a professional indoor soccer team playing in Major Arena Soccer League (MASL). Hear original content, player, personnel, and fan interviews, team news, game breakdowns and so much more.
 
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On The Ledge

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On The Ledge

Dave Trafford - iContact Productions

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Welcome to On The Ledge - the Ontario Politics Podcast, hosted by John Wright, EVP at Maru Public Opinion, Keith Leslie, Queen's Park commentator at CHCH TV and Dave Trafford, Executive Producer of iContact Productions.
 
Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for Redwood Park Church in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Redwood Park is a church for the city; reaching and impacting people with the message and life of Jesus Christ. If you’re in the Thunder Bay area we would love to have you join us this Sunday! For more information check out RedwoodPark.ca
 
A weekly parenting podcast by two Canadian dads who happen to be medical doctors. Dr. Stuart Harman is a Paediatric ER Doc from Ottawa, Ontario and Dr. David Hsu is a Family Physician from Toronto, Ontario. Join them as they discuss medical issues related to parenting and share stories about their own experiences as dads.
 
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GradCast

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GradCast

Ariel Frame, Yimin Chen, Laura Muñoz, Yousuf Hasan, Rhys Paterson, Liam Clifford, Elizabeth Mohler, Francesco Colosimo, Hira Nadeem, Rose Giles, Danica Facca, Ana Moyer, Amalie Hutchinson, Mohamed Sahouli, Bahaaldin Sahouli

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The official podcast of the Society of Graduate Students at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada. We aim to showcase the innovative research that graduate students are conducting at Western University and appeal to various audiences including those within and beyond the academic community.
 
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The Docket

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The Docket

Michael Spratt, Emilie Taman

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Criminal lawyer Michael Spratt and human rights and employment lawyer Emilie Taman discuss issues at the intersection of law, politics, and policy. What happens in our courts and the halls of power affects you. Feed your brain with answers to your most burning political and legal questions. Check out more at: www.michaelspratt.com And join the Docket's discord channel to chat and listen to live recordings: https://discord.gg/2TzUamZ
 
Engineering The Future is the official podcast for the member and advocacy body that serves Ontario’s engineering community, known as the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE). Hosted by OSPE Board member and engineer Jerome James, P.Eng., Engineering The Future offers a wealth of information to engineers at all levels of their career. Episodes will delve into issues impacting the profession through discussions with industry, government, and academic changemakers. The podcast is r ...
 
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ON Parliament

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ON Parliament

Legislative Assembly of Ontario

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Welcome to the ON Parliament Podcast where we spread the word on Parliament! Every month, we will be releasing a new episode where we will discuss the inner workings of parliament, explore its history, the amazing building, interview special guests and much more! Hosted by the Parliamentary Protocol and Public Relations Branch for the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. ON Parliament aims to demystify the function, importance, and history of Ontario’s Legislature. For more information about Ont ...
 
Welcome to North of the Shire, a podcast where we discuss the Middle Earth Strategy Battle Game by Games Workshop, the Lord of the Rings in general and other sundry gaming topics. We will discuss all aspect of the game and the hobby. Favorite topics are new releases, army lists, competitive play, miniature painting, and terrain. Our four hosts are all active players in the OSBGL,the Ontario Strategy Battle Game League in Ontario, Canada and occasionally travel to international events. email: ...
 
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To help mark Islamic History Month in Canada we chat with Gananoque author Murray Hogben who travelled across the country gathering stories of Canadian Muslim pioneers for his book 'called 'Minarets on the Horizon: Pioneer Muslims in Canada.'; A new study from Western University in London examined just how much more time kids have been spending loo…
 
Guests: Star reporters Noor Javed, who covers 905 municipal politics, and Kris Rushowy, Queen’s Park reporter Earlier this year, the Ontario government controversially used the notwithstanding clause to push through a new election advertising law which, despite being found to be unconstitutional, added new restrictions on third-party advertising to…
 
Episode Notes This week we are exploring the topic of Seasonal Affective Disorder and how to maintain your mental health during the fall and winter months with Sabrina, a mental health advocate and Counselling Psychology Masters student. Please remember that if you are in distress, crisis, or otherwise need support, you can reach out to your closes…
 
Guess who's back? Back Again! On this episode of Stryking Fury, Filly and Jonathan sit down via the Zoom universe with returning goalkeeper Chris Toth. Chris tells us about his time on Tacoma, playing on the US Mens National Beach Soccer team, a fun story about his legendary father and of course about how excited he is to be back to Ontario. In cas…
 
Really? The province of Ontario decides major sporting events, cinemas and theatres are among the blessed sites that are now allowed to have full capacity. That means the Leafs and Raptors will be playing to full houses. But the "rules" still don't apply to restaurants, bars or gyms. Needless to say, the out-of-the-(Tory)-blue announcement prompts …
 
You asked. We answered. On today’s podcast guest Blair Demarco-Wettlaufer, CEO of Kingston Data and Credit (a collection agency), returns to answer your most pressing debt collection questions, like whether a collection agency can add interest to your debt or force you to file bankruptcy. Blair also discusses whether you should even bother with col…
 
Guest: Megan Ogilvie, Toronto Star health reporter It's well documented and well-known now that pregnant people and their unborn babies are at significantly high-risk due to COVID-19, with many requiring hospitalization and intensive care. Six months ago, COVID's third wave in Ontario saw more pregnant people in ICU's than both the previous waves c…
 
The Canadian Constitution has been taking a beating from the provinces during the pandemic. Ontario uses the notwithstanding clause to get its way on third party election spending, despite their law violating Charter Rights. Then Quebec wanted to change part of the Constitution that applies to it, to declare itself a Nation and to make French the o…
 
At least it came with a Q&A opportunity. The Doug Ford government tells us what we already know, unveiling its cautious plans to step out of STEP 3. But Ford Nation still struggles with its obsession with the fringes when it comes to vaccine policies, voting down Opposition motions to make vaccines mandatory in the healthcare and education sectors.…
 
Bil was born and raised in Kitchener. He is a lifelong resident of Ward 7 where he currently lives, along with his wife Laura and his two children. Bil holds a degree from Carleton University and worked as a financial advisor with Investors Group where he specialized in retirement planning before turning his attention full-time to serving the citiz…
 
Guest: Star journalist Morgan Bocknek and Keanu Uchida, professional dancer An exclusive Star investigation has found allegations of widespread sexual harassment and predatory behaviour by Break the Floor (a big part of the dance community of North America) coaches over their younger students. Eight former staff and students allege BTF employees, f…
 
Last year Hockey Manitoba surveyed the top reasons to play the game. There’s the fun, the fitness. It is a confidence builder, develops skills, helps make friends. Hockey is a community. The game is competitive, it releases stress, and there are travel opportunities. Finally, hockey opens doors. Only a fraction of those who play realize big dreams.…
 
Several organizations are working hard to try and diversify councils around the province so they better reflect the populations they serve. Women and people of colour continue to be under-represented, as well as people with disabilities and the LGBTQ community. Peterborough councilor, Kemi Akapo who is originally from Nigeria, tells us about the ef…
 
Facebook is changing its name next week with the introduction of a fake world full of losers and Christians can live in. Viper Venom might cure covid Toronto Sports reporting sucks Chris Sky thinks he's leading God's Army now. LOL Ryan Lindley gets doxxed by Lochlin See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In this special episode in honour of Asexual Awareness Week, hosts Laura Muñoz-Baena and Ana Moyer chat with PhD Philosophy student Katrina Zmavc, in partnership with SOGS Graduate Peer Support (GPS). Join us in discussing the spectrum of possibilities surrounding asexuality, which is often categorized as a lack of sexual attraction. If you would l…
 
The Heart and Stroke Foundation Canada is drawing attention to the fact that patients with heart disease and stroke have suffered from insufficient care during the pandemic. The organization surveyed doctors who confirmed that they're worried about patient outcomes. We have reaction from Dr. Clare Atzema an Emergency Physician at the Sunnybrook Hea…
 
Evander Kane has been suspended by the San Jose Sharks for giving them a forged and fake vaccine certificate. He's DONEZO. Joe Rogan's 'I didn't eat horse paste' tour is AWESOME. - Doug Ford just called migrant workers lazy and 'on the dole' because he's an ass hat. Meet 'The Island Boys' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Guest: Rosa Saba, Business Reporter at The Star With vaccine mandates now being enforced in many establishments, workplace mandates are now proliferating across many businesses as they try to return to normal. This raises questions about employer and workers rights if an employee chooses to remain unvaccinated. It’s something we are seeing play out…
 
The Learning to be Human Together project has been described as a "huge co-teaching event" that involves a large group of wonderful educators interested in humanizing online learning together. In this episode, the team behind "Module Two: Students as Agents of Diverse Destiny" join the podcast space to discuss the project and where they will be tak…
 
Join hosts Amalie Hutchinson and Yimin Chen as they chat with PhD grad and MLIS candidate, Brooke Brassard. Our conversation follows Brooke's slightly unorthodox (pun intended) journey from a PhD in religious studies to life after graduation, to her return to grad school. She shares about her experience and life advice about doing field work, navig…
 
Vaccine QR codes are here. In this week's episode, hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss how they work, the difference from the paper receipt, and whether the app stores your personal information. Also, they do a fact-check of the Progressive Conservative's latest election advertising. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
The CBC's Allison Devereaux shares her conversations with people who are experiencing homelessness in smaller communities such as Goderich to better understand how the housing crunch has affected them; Developing countries lack access to climate change-related research, a new study suggests. Warren Mabee, the director of the Institute for Energy an…
 
Following our last federal election, which saw the Liberals return to government with another minority, voices have been rising about a more fair and equitable form of elections to better represent all voters. Does Canada need electoral reform now? In 2015, then Liberal leader, Justin Trudeau said if he won the election it would be the last federal…
 
Recapping Chris Sky's 'Legal Fund T-shirt Mega Sale' Is documenting idiocy propping up anti-vaxxer movement? Spongebob Squareboobs Can we body shame legit assholes? Lochlin hates voting & alberta politicians make way too much money we have the receipts We do our Porn Star names Dean hates Drake and explains almost getting jumped by his posse at the…
 
Guest: Edward Keenan, Toronto Star’s Washington Bureau Chief More than 18 months it closed due to the pandemic, the world’s largest undefended border will reopen in November. The closure has resulted in long delays and frustration, and fraught with clear-as-mud guidance around the air travel and policies around mixed doses and vaccination. As Canad…
 
Welcome to the weekly church service for Redwood Park Church in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Redwood Park is a church for the city; reaching and impacting people with the message and life of Jesus Christ. If you’re in the Thunder Bay area we would love to have you join us this Sunday! For more information check out RedwoodPark.ca…
 
US and the World Combines are rolling across the greater North American corn belt. In the United States as of October 12th approximately 41% of corn harvest had been completed. At the same time about 49% of American soybean harvest had been completed… The post Market Trends Report – October & November 2021 appeared first on Grain Farmers of Ontario…
 
Peterborough has been ranked number one in the province when it comes to the health of local democracy. Dave Meslin, of the non-profit Unlock Democracy which conducted the study tells us more about what they learned; What's at stake at the upcoming COP26 conference on climate change? We ask Isabelle Turcotte of the Pembina Institute; The aftermath …
 
Should the Ford government follow through on its election promise to allow beer and wine sales in convenience stores? Convenience Industry Council of Canada President Anne Kothawala says yes. But some worry about the social and financial consequences, including the potential cost to taxpayers of changing a contract with the Beer Store.…
 
Won’t you be a neighbour? – Part 3 – Seeking justice and reconciliation Sermon by Ken Allison – Sunday, October 17, 2021 Sometimes being a neighbour and showing Jesus love can be difficult, especially when we need to seek justice and reconciliation. Media Sermon Audio Service livestream Life Group content SERIES THEME Love your neighbour as Christ …
 
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