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Best Ottawa Senators podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Ottawa Senators podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Matthew Barnaby was not only one of the toughest NHL players to ever lace em up but also would say just about anything. Barnaby was never the type to bite his tongue. Much like Barns’ career this podcast is brash, opinionated and honest. Unfiltered With Matthew Barnaby will bring you unparalleled access to NHL players, coaches and upper management. Stories that will blow your mind involving high profile poeple you won't believe. Sit back, relax and jump into the mind of one of the NHLs wilde ...
 
Thomas Krulikowski and Matthew O'Brien from Whyhockey.com break down the latest in hockey and the National Hockey League. Trades, signings, systems, analysis, NHL's headline puns, everything is on the table. Each Periodical Podcast ends with an in-depth look at a particular team, like the Florida Panthers or Philadelphia Flyers. The podcast is just the start of the conversation. Visit the site, comment, share, or tweet at Whyhockey. Further the conversation! Whyhockey.com The who and what of ...
 
In recent years the intersection between law, technology, and policy has exploded as digital policy has become a mainstream concern in Canada and around the world. This podcast explores digital policies in conversations with people studying the legal and policy challenges, set the rules, or are experts in the field. It provides a Canadian perspective, but since the internet is global, examining international developments and Canada’s role in shaping global digital policy is be an important p ...
 
Nathaniel Erskine-Smith meets a lot of interesting people as the Member of Parliament for Beaches-East York. In Ottawa and Toronto, and in his travels, he sits down with individuals who have led remarkable lives. In his work, he seeks out experts and insiders to get to the heart of an issue. The topic might be in the headlines. It could be a bigger-picture. Nathaniel will bring you facts you need to know and stories you’ll want to hear. "Uncommons: Canadian Politics with Nathaniel Erskine-Sm ...
 
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The 2020 NHL Playoffs are finally here! Trevor and Colin go through each of the play-in round matchups and give their predictions for each series, as well as who they think will win it all this year. We can't wait to finally watch some meaningful hockey games! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Over the years, The Senators have been involved in a number of high profile trades; Yashin to Islanders in 2001, Hossa for Heatley, and the Karlsson trade of 2018. However, there was one trade in 1996, that changed the fortunes of the Senators for years.The guys from 3LPS are back for another episode, and this time they are both IN STUDIO! Listen a…
 
The Schrems II decision, a recent European Court of Justice ruling that declares the Privacy Shield program that facilitates data transfers between the EU and the United States invalid, has major implications for modern commercial data related activities such as cross-border data transfers. Colin Bennett is a political science professor at the Univ…
 
Guesty Part 2! This was a great episode with Eric Guest, he’s an awesome young man who speaks very open and honestly about all aspects of his life from minor hockey, playing in the OHL, being diagnosed as Bipolar and how he’s dealing with mental health and living his life after hockey. Eric shares some great stories, shares some red flag moments fo…
 
In 2019, Jaime Battiste was elected as the MP for Sydney—Victoria, and he's the first Mi'kmaw MP in Canada. He's been a professor at Cape Breton University, a senior advisor to Eskasoni Band Council, a citizenship coordinator for KMKNO and Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief. In addition to his MP role, Jaime is also the Chair of the Liberal I…
 
As the broad availability of genetic testing has mushroomed over the past two decades, privacy and potential discrimination concerns associated with testing results has increased. Until recently, Canada lagged behind other countries in this regard with no specific national legislation. That changed in 2017 with the enactment of the Genetic Non-Disc…
 
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