Best Ontario podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Ontario Brewer podcasts
 
This Ontario Public School textbook, published in 1922, contains some fascinating facts of a world which no longer exists. It seems politically incorrect in some of its descriptions by modern day standards. (Summary by David Lawrence)
 
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Ontario AgCast
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Proud to be part of the Ontario Food Chain
 
The official website of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper.
 
The Ontario SPCA Animals' Voice Pawdcast features the latest hot topics in the Animal Welfare industry from a variety of knowledgeable and friendly guests. Some past guests include Dave Salmoni from Animal Planet, Tanya Kim, John Douglas - Former FBI Profiler, and Mieshelle Nagelschneider - The Cat Whisperer. About the Ontario SPCA:Through its province-wide network of 50 plus Communities, the Ontario SPCA is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in the country, pro ...
 
CPA Ontario Future Forward offers a refreshing gateway to new ideas and hot topics for professionals across industries. Join Liz West as she speaks to industry experts on the subjects that matter most to today’s business leaders. Episodes range from 20 to 25 minutes in length and span a broad variety of hot topics, including wealth building, fintech and big data, leadership skills and much, much more.
 
Ontario Morning tells you what's happening in your world - whether it's down the road or around the globe.Get the latest national and international news on World Report and local newscasts on the half-hour.
 
The 2018 Ontario Election explained beyond the spin and the talking points. We're concerned citizens that do not want to hand over power to another Ford. Did we learn nothing the first time?! Funny, incorrect and unafraid, join host Jason Bryden and guests twice weekly as we go inside the most idiotic election in Ontario's history. Stay vigilante!
 
Veterinary Podcast station of the Ontario Animal Health Network (OAHN) in Canada- we can also be downloaded from iTunes
 
The history of small-town Ontario is exciting and relevant to Canada and North America. Our goal is to use emerging technologies to present the stories that weave the makeup of our province in a way that is interesting and accessible to young and old alike. We create sets of modern, entertaining media meant to teach, preserve and promote our past. We are a non-profit venture funded primarily by the Ontario Trillium Foundation in partnership with the Living History Multimedia Association.
 
The Calvary Chapel Church has been formed as a fellowship of believers in the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Our supreme desire is to know Christ and be conformed into His image by the power of the Holy Spirit. We are not a denominational church, nor are we opposed to denominations as such, only their over-emphasis of doctrinal differences that have led to the division of the body of Christ. We believe that the only true basis of Christian fellowship is His (Agape) love, which is greater than any ...
 
The Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is one of North America's leading art collections. Come visit and experience more than 4,000 artworks across 110 galleries. Visit http://ago.ca
 
Join Rita Celli and half-a-million listeners for a province-wide phone-in conversation over lunch.
 
This is a paper on the history of farming in Ontario. It take the reader through the early settlement from 1783 to the modern period of 1888-1912. We see how farming and farm industries developed and how the population was distributed during these times. We see the trends of settlers moving into the Urban centers instead of rural and how the farm industries (making cheese, butter, wool, etc) move off the farm to the city factories.Excerpt: “The farmer’s wife in those days was perhaps the mos ...
 
Delivering a hunting podcast from Ontario, Canada. We'll give you season updates, harvest reports, how we go from field to plate, equipment set up, and our hunting stories. We're just a couple of guys who know we don't everything but we put meat on the table every year. We'll talk about what worked for us and what didn't and would love to hear from our audience!
 
The Ontario Readers is a school book first published in 1919, by the Ontario Ministry of Education, containing short excerpts of literary works, both stories and poems, geared to grade-school age children. (Summary by aradlaw)
 
Check often for updates from directors, delegates, and GFO staff.
 
Listen to the most recent sermons from Faith Community Church, Alliston, Ontario. FCC is a gathered community of people whose faith is in Jesus Christ. We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings at the Gibson Centre in Alliston, at 10:30am. Our doors are open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where you are in your spiritual journey.
 
The Writ Race has been run and Ontarians elected a new Progressive Conservative majority government on June 7, 2018 - led by rookie MPP Doug Ford. Premier Ford faces New Democratic Leader Andrea Horwath as the leader of the Official Opposition in the legislature. They may be barely 'two sword lengths' apart in the House, but they are miles apart on what they think is best for the province. Dave Trafford, Executive Producer of iContact Productions, John Wright, CEO - Insight of Dart Insight a ...
 
One guy's from Toronto, the other only lives there!
 
In this podcast series, OAC granting officers answer some of your most frequently asked questions about the programs they run in their arts sectors. Dans cette série de balados, les responsables des subventions du CAO répondent à vos questions les plus fréquentes sur les programmes qu’ils administrent dans leur secteur artistique.
 
This podcast contains the recording of the presentations made at a Greenbelt land use seminar held at Cedar Beach Park in Stouffville, Ontario, Canada on May 6, 2009.
 
A weekly synopsis of agronomy trials being conducted by public researchers in Ontario along with any crop updates during the growing season. Hosted by Mike Cowbrough, Weed Specialist (Field Crops).
 
Architects of Justice: Exploring Access to Justice in Ontario is a podcast that explores how people are finding new ways to improve access to justice. By bringing together multiple perspectives including users, community workers, students, and legal professionals, our goal is to spotlight different conversations about how we can make a more effective justice system. This podcast is an initiative of The Action Group on Access to Justice (TAG). TAG is catalyzing solutions to Ontario’s access t ...
 
TGC Ontario Media
 
Praise Chapel Ontario Church "A local church with a world vision"
 
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Ontario Beer Guy
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Welcome to Ontario Beer Guy Beer Talk
 
River of God Church Ontario Canada featuring speaker Narcisse Francis
 
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Ontario Beats
Monthly
 
Local Amateur and Professionsal Musicians in Ontario Perform and Talk with Hosts Wil Rosenblath and Lisa Yates. Info About local music events across Ontario
 
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Living Grace Ontario
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Sermons from Living Grace Ontario
 
Exalting Jesus, Embracing one another, Equipping for service, Extending the Kingdom
 
Join Pastors John and Cheryl Ward as they minister the word of faith weekly in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. You will be refreshed by the uncompromised Word of God as it is preached line upon line, precept upon precept.
 
James and Cole discuss the ins and outs of intergenerational transfer on modern (dairy) farms. With no help from any experts, they delve moderately deep into the necessity of communication and the complications of working with family members, spouses, parents and children.
 
Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Ontario Podcast featuring speaker Praise Podcast
 
The history of small-town Ontario is exciting and relevant to Canada and North America. Our goal is to use emerging technologies to present the stories that weave the makeup of our province in a way that is interesting and accessible to young and old alike. We create sets of modern, entertaining media meant to teach, preserve and promote our past. We are a non-profit venture funded primarily by the Ontario Trillium Foundation in partnership with the Living History Multimedia Association.
 
RealAgriculture is focused on issues that impact agriculture.
 
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Academic articles and research papers offer a wealth information on all aspects of auditing. In this podcast, Liz West and Dr. Kristina Hoang explore how policymakers currently engage with the research, how other industries engage with their own academic research, and what auditing policymakers can do to improve the way they assess and use publ ...…
 
Director of the electricity program with the Pembina Institute, Binnu Jeyakumar, discusses the case for climate change as an investment opportunity. Workplace columnist Rubina Ahmed-Haq reports on bad hiring practices. University of Windsor political science professor Lydia Miljan talks about Premiere Ford's trip to Washington and his win from ...…
 
Manitoulin Island is the largest island in a freshwater lake in the world. It also boasts the largest island in a freshwater lake that’s on an island in a freshwater lake anywhere in the world…. John McNaughton has to deal with rocks, trees, surprising predators and parts runs that involve a 45 minute ferry ride, but this BMO Farm Family of the ...…
 
Dr. Kris Hoang’s academic research into the psychology of communication reveals much about how auditors and audit committees communicate with each other. Join Liz West and Dr. Hoang as they discuss the factors that can influence what is communicated and how and why some communications differ even in a regulated environment.…
 
Communications Director of World Animal Protection Canada speaks about what needs to be done to solve the problem of "ghost gear" that's killing marine life. Our tech column explores the phenomenon of micro-personalization. The Director of Health System Analysis and Emerging Issues at the Canadian Institute for Health Information speaks on a ne ...…
 
Philip Slayton says court decision to allow Ontario to cut Toronto City Council in half exposes a critical problem with Canada's constitution.
 
In this podcast, Liz West asks Dr. Kris Hoang to share the results of her academic research on the psychology of persuasion, explore the role of persuasion in auditor-client relationships and discuss how to recognize and resist attempts at persuasion to maintain objectivity and fairness in assessments.…
 
Barrie woman receives deputation to council to help with preserving heritage properties; Is the typical drop in grades between high school and college or university due to 'grade inflation' of students' marks?; Queen's law professor Nicholas Bala one of the signatories of a letter to the Attorney-General critical of her government's use of the ...…
 
Recent research indicate that lawyers are at a higher risk for anxiety, substance abuse and depression than those in the general population. This susceptibility begins in law school and eventually has an impact on society by affecting people who rely on lawyers to manage their everyday legal problems. This episode will speak with a range of acc ...…
 
Could people in the cannabis business or who have invested in it be denied access to the U-S?; A local dairy farmer talks about the implications of the NAFTA negotiations as he prepares for this year's International Plowing Match; CBC Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley updates on the debate on Bill 31 that took place overnight in the legislatur ...…
 
Life-long Conservative looking for another party. Others say, don't give up on the Premier yet.
 
Corpse flower nick-named Pablo Picasso. Plus Ed Lawrence's advice on hydrangeas, red peppers and soil.
 
It's earlier than expected, but Queen's Park is back and some would say 'with a vengence'. Dave Trafford, Executive Producer of iContact Productions, John Wright, CEO - Insight of Dart Insight and Communications, and veteran Queen's Park journalist, Keith Leslie take their weekly look at Ontario politics from their perch "On the Ledge". The Ont ...…
 
We will compare God’s ideal with the problems in families today and discover how God wants to help us grow toward the ideal.
 
We will compare God’s ideal with the problems in families today and discover how God wants to help us grow toward the ideal.
 
Turning to Psalm 22 and Jesus' choice of Psalm 22 for his cross Psalm, we tap into a second powerful theme of the Psalms: God's silence. Although we must come to God with all of our childish needs, we cannot enter into the heart of God with our entitlements and demands.
 
This week we go over the successful early season goose hunt where we dropped 71 geese, duck banding that we participated in, great hunting literature, and of course announce our winner for the OOP giveaway!
 
Update on the progress of Hurricane Florence as it approaches landfall; Accommodating your kids' decision to become vegan or vegetarian; Gay bar opening in Barrie tonight, over the objection of some locals; M.P.P. Todd Smith defends his government's plan to invoke the notwithstanding clause in order to push through Bill 31 to reduce the size of ...…
 
Premier answers for deputy; Attorney General in Question Period; and what could Premier Ford mean when he says he's "handcuffed with a piece of tape over my mouth"?
 
Canada’s startup scene has grown to include some globally-recognized red-hot companies. Slack, Ecobee and Shopify are just a few of the many Canadian startups that are garnering attention. With rapidly growing tech companies frequently raising nine-figure contributions from investors, what does the future hold? Join Liz West and Sean Moffitt as ...…
 
Evacuation and preparation as Hurricane Florence approaches landfall in the Carolinas; Political scientist Lydia Miljan offers her analysis of yesterday's raucous session in the Legislature as the Tories invoke the notwithstanding clause; Leader of the Opposition, Andrea Horwath talks about her party's opposition to Bill 31 and the expulsion of ...…
 
A debate about the tennis pro's behaviour at the US Open, with Stephanie Myles from Tennis.Life.
 
Sometimes to be successful you need a little luck. Niche markets, why Canada is an export powerhouse and what me and Stewart really think of Americans when no one is listening.
 
What inspired photographer Edward Burtynsky and filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier to create an expansive art project exploring the Anthropocene? What does “Anthropocene” even mean? Why should we care? Hear these three world-renowned artists as you’ve never heard them before in this special in-depth interview with host Sarain ...…
 
With such a hot summer, and with more heat around the corner, we decided to give some top tips on how to submit your lab samples during hot weather.
 
Disruption has been defined as a new market and value network, which eventually disrupts and displaces established alliances, market-leading firms and products. As we’ve seen happen in the taxi industry with the rise of Uber, this market-altering chaos typically leaves in its wake a different way of doing things. Join Liz and Sean as they discu ...…
 
Ontario dairy farmers and the NAFTA negotiations; Florida meteorologist talks about the possible impact of Hurricane Florence; Council size in light of Premier Ford's efforts to reduce the number of Toronto councillors; Greenpeace lawsuit over the province's cancellation of the cap and trade carbon reduction initiative; Trent University's manda ...…
 
The media landscape is vastly different today than it was just a few years ago. The social and mobile revolution has paved the way for data-driven analytics, resulting in new modes of advertising. Join Liz West and Sean Moffitt as they discuss top trends, consumer changes in behavior, shifting media patterns and the emergence of new technologie ...…
 
Outlook for the Canadian economy from with Brett House, the deputy chief economist at Scotiabank; Putting the loss of 80 thousand part time jobs in Ontario in perspective with Sheila Block, economist with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives; Premier Ford to invoke the nothwithstanding clause - analysis from Rob Benzie of the Toronto Sta ...…
 
The Premier says he is cutting Toronto council because that's what the people of Ontario want. Hear some who agree, and some who don't.
 
At 37% millennials are currently the largest generation in the workforce. They make over a quarter of the population in Canada and the most educated among them are women – they make up the majority in professions. In 2019, millennials will make up the largest block of voters. This generation is shaping our expectations around technology and con ...…
 
special news regarding T-shirts are here! We talk about upcoming hunts and how we stay active and fit for our hunts!
 
Google at 20; Street name confusion in South Frontenac leads emergency workers to wrong address; More than 30 retirement home residents in Kingston were relocated after fire code violations; Advice for students on budgeting during the school year; Great Lakes water warming; Questions about the future of the Elvis festival in Collingwood; Are th ...…
 
Introducing Sarain Fox: Anishinaabe dancer, activist, storyteller. In this conversation with producer Shiralee Hudson Hill, Sarain talks about growing up in Barrie, Ontario, taking PM Justin Trudeau on a tour through Shoal Lake 40, drawing inspiration from the events at Oka, and leaving New York City to join Idle No More protests. (Psst…she als ...…
 
God's love knows no limitations. Jesus crossed all barriers reaching out to outcasts. Because of Jesus, we can offer living water to those who are empty.
 
God's love knows no limitations. Jesus crossed all barriers reaching out to outcasts. Because of Jesus, we can offer living water to those who are empty.
 
The post Proverbs 10:22 – The Cup of Blessing appeared first on HIWAY CHURCH - Barrie Ontario Canada.By Dwight Price.
 
Open lines with Peter Donolo, a former aide to Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien on the latest Washington intrigue.
 
How Netflix is emerging as a major player in the movie production business; Jason Osler looks at how data mining can be used to help people at risk; Great Lakes Guide; New program for students in need of mental health treatment at Royal Victoria Hospital in Barrie; Math instructor evaluates the Premier's call to get back to 'basics' in the clas ...…
 
Drivers tell all: why they drive stoned and why they won't stop
 
Labour studies professor Christo Availis offers his perspective on the so-called 'job shaming' of the American actor who photographed on the job bagging groceries; Contenders for the TD Canadian Children's Literature Awards; Two lawyers take up opposite positions on the right of employees to disconnect from work; Kinesiologist and former CFL pl ...…
 
The Future is VUCA – volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. In this podcast, Liz West and Sean Moffitt discuss one of the most valuable things an organization built for growth can do - build a brand. Join Liz and Sean as they connect the dots between evolving marketplaces, emerging innovations and cross-generational workforces.…
 
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