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Table Radio

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Table Radio

The Table Church - Victoria, BC

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Table Radio is an extension of the life of the Table Church, a community in Victoria BC. Our mission together is to love God, love each other, and to love and bless our neighbours, so that we may see Christ revealed in common life. To learn more about our community, please go to tablechurch.ca
 
Join me (and some guests) as we explore the lives and journeys of those who call Victoria home. We'll talk about different topics like the best ice cream parlour to bylaws that affect our daily lives, all the while celebrating our differences in opinion and points of view. NAFT (Nobody Asked For This) is a podcast made by locals for locals.
 
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Island Crime

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Island Crime

Laura Palmer / Frequency Podcast Network

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Each season of Island Crime focuses on one crime story based on Vancouver Island. Season 3: ‘Missing Michael’ is the story of Michael Dunahee, a little boy from Victoria, BC, who vanished from a playground in 1991 at the age of 4. It’s one of the largest unsolved mysteries in Canada. Host Laura Palmer speaks to Michael’s family, friends, and several detectives about that day in 1991, everything that has happened since, and where the case stands today. What happened to little Michael? Who is ...
 
Wondering what life is really like on Canada’s wild and crazy west coast? This podcast is all about the people, the place’s and Vancouver Island Time. Together we will explore this island paradise, a combination of ocean, city, and country living. We will meet the fabulous locals like the chicken lady and the fudge fairy, who have chosen Victoria and Vancouver Island as their home. And, we will learn what makes this place unique and special to those who live here.
 
Taking Up Space approaches issues surrounding intersectional feminism on Songhees, Wsanec, and Esquimalt territories (Victoria, BC) through storytelling and narrative. This program is full of thoughtful stories that challenge the patriarchy, colonialism, and white supremacy.
 
James Eke is an author and martial artist with over 40 years experience. Black belts in a number of systems and a certified instructor under legendary martial art Guro Dan Inosanto and a Jiu-Jitsu student under Steve Maxwell, Eke runs a successful school in Victoria, BC, Canada, The Eke Academy of Martial Arts. A former journalist and a combat arms Army Captain, Eke brings real-life lessons to his training and teaching. Eke is the author of Warrior's Way: A Guide To Lifelong Learning In The ...
 
Brunch is a common weekend activity among young professionals in the city. At brunch, we discuss politics, family, faith, race, relationships, and current events. Brunch Culture (BC) is a podcast dedicated to bringing brunch conversations to the airways. BC is hosted by Randall Keith and Lisa Victoria. On BC, everything is up for discussion.
 
If you really want to know what is going on in British Columbia, you better be listening to The Mike Smyth Show (Monday to Friday: 9am – 12pm). As the only daily radio show broadcasting from B.C.’s Legislative Assembly in Victoria, Smyth’s access to our leaders and lawmakers is unparalleled as he fearlessly asks the tough questions and holds them to account. Always a step ahead, Mike Smyth’s two decades as a no-nonsense newspaper columnist gives him a distinct edge that guarantees the show i ...
 
"Vikes on the Mic" is the show where we chat with current and former members of the University of Victoria Vikes cross-country and track team in Victoria, BC, Canada. Three Vikes distance runners, Chet Georzen, Josh Kozelj, and Matt Noseworthy, are stoked to be your hosts. Our goal is to bring you the people beneath the runners and the stories beneath the miles out here on the West Coast.Please see our SoundCloud site (https://soundcloud.com/user-66352680) for Episodes 1 - 5.
 
𝑫𝒂𝒓𝒌 𝑻𝒓𝒂𝒗𝒆𝒍𝒍𝒆𝒓 is the first-ever podcast created by incarcerated artists in Canada. Voice acting, audio commentary, and homemade sound effects are performed by the team of actors who are incarcerated at William Head Prison in Victoria, BC. William Head on Stage Prison Theatre Company (WHoS) has staged a play for the public every fall for the last 40 years. This is their first-ever radio play, recorded inside the institution during the pandemic lockdown. The podcast features the team performi ...
 
the Hypno Dojo is a place of learning for anyone interested in or learning about Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy. There are three essential parts of having a successful practice; Mindset, Mastery and Marketing. By Mindset, I mean that you need to be free of any limiting beliefs that could stand in the way of your practice thriving. Many people in the alternative health practices do not think like a businessperson or they have a lack mentality or feel "icky" selling themselves and their services.So ...
 
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We're Trying

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We're Trying

Ron “AAlgar” Watt, Amanda Smith

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Amanda and AAl are a married couple living in the suburbs of Seattle. In each episode, they struggle to escape their comfort zones and try something new. Join them as they sample life's plentiful bounty of experiences and whittle each of those experiences down to a cold, sterile numeric rating.
 
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I Love Kelowna

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I Love Kelowna

Luke J. Menkes Kelowna BC Canada Real Estate Agent

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I Love Kelowna is an interview-style talk show about the fabulous and fascinating people that make up your great city, in particular those who have moved there to start a new life. We focus on our amazing city of Kelowna, British Columbia, but we also include people from across Canada, North America and the entire English-speaking world, who have started new lives in new cities. We have in-depth, intimate conversations with entrepreneurs, executives, thought leaders, creatives, and anyone wh ...
 
A Child’s History of England first appeared in serial form, running from January 25, 1851 to December 10, 1853 and was first published in three volume book form in 1852, 1853, and 1854. Dickens dedicated the book to “My own dear children, whom I hope it may help, bye and bye, to read with interest larger and better books on the same subject”. The history covered the period between 50 BC and 1689, ending with a chapter summarising events from then until the ascension of Queen Victoria.
 
As part of the I AM A VOICE for Epilepsy Awareness™ campaign, the Voice Epilepsy™ podcast series introduces a variety of topics related to epilepsy, including medications, treatment, law, employment, surgery, mental health, stress, and stigma, among many others. Whether you are a person living with epilepsy or you have a personal or professional interest in epilepsy, the Voice Epilepsy™ podcast series is for you! You can find the Voice Epilepsy™ podcast series on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify ...
 
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Forge Side Chat

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Forge Side Chat

Lando Novak and Justin Lamoureux

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Forge Side Chat is a podcast hosted by two hosers from The Great White North, Canada, eh! Focusing on metal work, Justin Lamoureux and Lando Novak sit down every couple weeks to chat with makers from home and abroad. With a loose interview style, these hosers help you hear trials and tribulations on success, failure, and everything that fell in between.
 
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Good Fire

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Good Fire

Amy Cardinal Christianson and Matthew Kristoff

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In this podcast we explore the concept of fire as a tool for ecological health and cultural empowerment by indigenous people around the globe. Good Fire is a term used to describe fire that is lit intentionally to achieve specific ecological and cultural goals. Good fire is about balance.
 
Mornings with Simi (Monday – Friday: 5.30 – 9am) helps you wake-up, reconnect, and get your day off on the right foot. Simi Sara dives into on the headlines of the day with veteran Global News anchor Gord MacDonald and contributor Raji Sohal. They help you navigate through the details of the stories, highlight essential information and share new perspectives on how the daily news affects you. Simi loves the Lower Mainland. She’s lived here her whole life and truly understands the history and ...
 
"This Day In Weather History" is a daily podcast from The Weather Network that features unique and informative stories written and produced by host Chris Mei. Weather happens every day. It can be sunny, cloudy, stormy or maybe just unsettled, but it is always happening! It’s when severe weather strikes that it captures the attention of those affected…and the imagination of everyone else who follows the story. So it is with good reason to expect that after over a century of news and weather i ...
 
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In Victoria, Canada’s so-called ‘Snow-free city’, 65cm fell on Dec. 29th, breaking the city’s all-time 24-hour record of 55cm from 1916. As a result , widespread power outages were reported. With all ground transportation stymied, the Victoria International Airport and the BC Ferry service to the mainland and surrounding Gulf Islands also ground to…
 
Ice jams in New Brunswick are common but this year they were threatening to destroy the world's longest covered bridge. In this race against mother nature, authorities said a major jam had pushed ice to within two metres of the bottom of a 105-year-old bridge in Hartland, a town about 75 kilometres northwest of Fredericton. Learn more about your ad…
 
By now you will have received a tax assessment in the mail, how is it calculated? Does this mean this is the value of your property? How does it relate to property value. Jane Johnston RE/MAX Camosun https://www.briarhillgroup.com/ Andrew Plank Royal LePage https://www.andrewplank.com/By Jane Johnston
 
Ch.1: Could Canada’s beneficial ownership registry flop if it’s not truly publicly accessible? Guest: Rita Trichur, Canada's beneficial ownership registry. Ch.2: Pandemic exodus prompts 'new type of suburbanization' in B.C. Guest: Matt Schiebel - Realtor with 460 Realty Inc in Nanaimo. Ch.3: A local pharmacy has opened up over 2000 slots for gettin…
 
A powerful wind and snow storm smashed into B.C.'s South Coast on January 15th that knocked out power in many regions but then that overnight the intensity faded but it was too late; on the 16th, we now had thousands of people in the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island in the dark. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Watch Live Sunday 10:30 AM Giving OpportunitiesTo make the most of the live stream consider the following:1. Sacred Time | PAUSE. Though youre not in the church building, this can still be a time to stop everything else, focus solely on God and momentarily set aside the day-to-day issues and concerns.2. Distraction Free | Remove anything that may d…
 
On today's show: Delta School District employees required to show proof of vaccination Fraudsters paying DTES residents to get vaccinate in their place! What are your legal rights regarding mandatory vaccines? What if we had gone through with the George Massey Bridge? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ch.1: Early RISErs early education and intervention program from the Learning Disability Society. Guest: Rachel Forbes, Executive Director, Learning Disabilities Society Ch.2: Does boredom lead to aggressive behaviours? Guest: Dr. Erin Westgate, Director of the Social Cognitions and Emotion Lab at the University of Florida Ch.3: At home cervical sc…
 
This story comes with decades of built up legend and a bit of myth mixed in. Did Mayor Mel Lastman make the right call when he brought in military assistance to help in that 1999 snow storm? You must understand, by this point, during the passage of just 11 days, Toronto had already received more than 100 centimetres of snow, and as it was expected …
 
"What starts in simplicity" *takes hoot* "must grow in simplicity" *blows cloud* "never forget that, dude" Episode Rating: "Sufficient Energon" Subscribe to the Lazor Comb Patreon to access hours of bonus preamble audio, exclusive shows like LAZOR COMB TONIGHT!, our monthly movie commentary show TOO MUCH COMMENTARY! and more. https://www.patreon.co…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: Recently, small groups of protesters have been intentionally blocking highways to get attention for their cause and to compel the government to meet various demands. So far, police have exercised restraint and have attempted to persuade the protesters to move before arresting them. The police are…
 
Ch.1: When it comes to social media and online influences, how much control should government have? Guest: Anne Gaviola, Senior Digital Broadcast Journalist for Global News and Host of new series “Influenced” Ch.2: UBC researchers are leading a $24 million dollar project to treat spinal cord injury. Guest: Dena Shahriari, Co-principal investigator,…
 
New episode, new season, new year. Yes we stan it all. In this episode I reminisce about 2021 (both the good and bad) and share with you what I have in store for 2022. Here's to another year of me seeking out awesome people to talk to and sharing things from my heart, whether you like it or not. Cheers. Follow the podcast on Instagram: @naftpod Lik…
 
It hit seven occupied vehicles and destroyed 97 feet (30 m) of guard rail before eventually plunging through the winter ice and into the Potomac River. There were 79 people on board including 74 passengers and five crew members. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy The Weather Network
 
Ch.1: The Canada Public Health Agency has acknowledged that it was buying location data to track movement during pandemic. Guest: Alex Boutilier, Senior National Politics Reporter for Global News Ch.2: How are businesses feeling about Vancouver’s new ‘recycling fee’ that is being passed on to the consumers. Guest: Ian Tostensen, President of the B.…
 
Making Cents of the Market: Time for Making Cents of the Markets with Lori Pinkowski. Lori Pinkowski is the Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Canaccord Genuity. You can contact The Pinkowski Wealth Management team directly at 604-695-LORI or visit their website at Pinkowski.ca See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
An estimated three million people were affected by the quake, that equates to 20% of the nation's 10.4 million population at that time. One of the most horrifying facts from this January 12th earthquake story out of Haiti is that by January 24th, almost 2 weeks after the initial quake, there had been at least 52 aftershocks measuring 4.5 or greater…
 
Bob begins to short out as Matrix and AndrAIa try to stop Daemon's spread, meanwhile we get some flashbacks to Dot & Enzo's dad and his adventures in the Stargate program. Episode Rating: "That Was Easy Enough" (unanimous) Subscribe to the Lazor Comb Patreon to access hours of bonus preamble audio, exclusive shows like LAZOR COMB TONIGHT!, our mont…
 
Today on Baldrey's Beat: Keith suggests that instead of focusing on COVID case numbers, we should be paying attention to hospitalizations. Should teachers be prioritized for booster shots? We've got sky-high gas prices! What can BC do? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The Mike Smyth Show
 
Ch.1: As Omicron surges throughout our province, the paramedics who help transport those to the hospitals are also affected. This is leading to a staffing shortage among paramedics. Guest: Troy Clifford, Provincial President, Ambulance Paramedics of BC & an active paramedic Ch.2: The City of Vancouver had numerous breakthroughs in regards to new mu…
 
Here are just some of the more noteworthy totals from those 2 days: Toronto, measured at Pearson Airport reported 70mm of rain which I mentioned was a record after 59mm was reached. Just to its north and still a densely populated area, King City registered 75.7mm London where the Thames River swelled saw 72mm and that was a record. Down the end of …
 
Andrew and I discuss 2 things. First we talk with our guest Russell Cass from Home Check Inspections about the absence of getting a home inspection and how this is putting buyers and realtors at risk. Second we go over our annual real estate market review and look at the current statistics.By Jane Johnston
 
Today on Baldrey's Beat: Bonnie Henry says the goal in fighting COVID is to mitigate the impact of virus. We may start to see the screws being tightened on the unvaccinated. Tennis player Novak Djokavic is out of quarantine, but he may still be kicked out of Australia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ch.1: Today is the day that schools are back in session. But how safe are they with the Omicron variant surging through our province? Joining us is Darren Danyluk, the President of the BC Principals and Vice Principals Association. Guest: Darren Danyluk, President of the BC Principals and Vice Principals Association. Ch.2: Breaking down the reasons…
 
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