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The Sports Council is a Washington-based show focused on sports in the Pacific Northwest. Along with host Jamie Council, listen to some of the more unique sports stories in the PNW. With a personality shaped by sports, and a professional background of traditional sports media, Jamie found that the stories she was most passionate about covering were the ones that might not otherwise be told of the good surrounding the greatness of the sports world. The Pacific Northwest is home to some of the ...
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CBC Sports Podcasts

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Each week, Off Guard explores one idea from the world of sports in three unconventional ways. Host Perdita Felicien eases fellow athletes into frank and funny discussion. Pete Mahovlich and Bob Cole savour Hockey Night nostalgia. Coach and Dad, Jamie Strashin packs a minivan full of stories about families at play. As Maple As features iconic sports broadcaster Ron MacLean who talks with Canadian Olympians exploring what it means to be Canadian on the world stage and how they celebrate the "m ...
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The Pivot with Ken Evans

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Looking to push the marketing envelope? Want to find new ways to evolve your brand? Or simply want to hear those best in market speak to communications? Tune in to one of Canada’s top marketing and communications podcasts with host Ken Evans as he speaks to innovators, brand guru’s, PR pros, and industry experts.
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Exploring the past, present, and future of Canadian rowing athletes on their path to Tokyo 2020 - with a few meandering detours. Presented by Nicola Wealth. www.nicolawealth.com Your host, Adam Kreek, is an Executive Business Coach, author, and a two-time Olympian who won Gold as a member of the Men’s Eight at Beijing 2008. In this podcast, you’ll hear how the next generation of elite rowers evolved to who they are today, the challenges and excitements within their current training plan, and ...
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If you’re seeking clarity on how to creatively shape customer experience design – this is the podcast episode for you. Up next on The Pivot, we chat with Dr. Markus Giesler, renowned consumer researcher and Professor of Marketing at the Schulich School of Business. We explored many themes, from the data experience dialectic and notion of the parado…
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In “Ali Hoops,” the début children’s book by sports anchor Evanka Osmak, the 10-year-old heroine just wants a place in the game. Ali “daydreams about being a basketball star,” but frets about whether she can make her school team. Along the way, Ali learns lessons about who makes a true team off and on the floor — and illustrates how sports give a c…
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Eastern Washington has produced a lot of baseball talent over the years. In 2024, the Tri-Cities held their weight on a state-wide level with Richland (4A) and Tri-Cities Prep (2B) hoisting state championship trophies while River View (2B) finished runner up. Jamie Council also covers an event that's designed to celebrate the best senior talent in …
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If you’re curious about the power of storytelling in sport and the joy it brings – this is the podcast episode for you. Up next on The Pivot, we chat with Jonathan Chang, Head of Sports Marketing at the CBC. We explored a number of relevant topics, such as the evolution of integrated brand campaigns in Canada, a closer look into the mindset of our …
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In our Season 8 opener, we welcome legendary Canadian Olympians Diana Matheson of Project 8, and Jayna Hefford of the Professional Women’s Hockey League, to chat about the important work they’re leading in advancing women’s sport. From rapidly rising viewership to fandom participation, broadcast strategy, and strategic sponsorship, the growing mark…
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Noah Gittell is here to get the baseball movie out of its big-screen slump. In “Baseball: The Movie,” his first book, he advocates for the return of a sports movie niche that has faded since “Moneyball” and “42” were hits in the early ’10s. Drawing on insights from fellow writers and ballplayers, Gittell shows how the baseball movie, since the time…
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Whether Ben Johnson ever receives exoneration, the examination of the Canadian sprinter’s life and times by Mary Ormsby shows he got a raw deal. Johnson became the first track-and-field Olympian to lose a gold medal for doping after a positive test at the 1988 Summer Olympics. In “World’s Fastest Man*: The Life of Ben Johnson,” Ormsby raises alarmi…
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Columbia Basin Youth Football is Washington's largest youth football league. The non-profit organization is working to eliminate the cost barrier for youth in the community to participate. Jamie Council catches up with representatives Jamie Weber, Jeff Kinne, and Terran Brown. Information on CBYF: http://cbyf.football/ Information on Golf Fundraise…
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In what might be his most ambitious work, author and hockey legend Ken Dryden affirms the value of finding our similarities. At the start of the 2020s, Dryden sought out people with whom he shared a uniquely Canadian coming-of-age experience during an ambitious era. In the early 1960s, Dryden was part of the ‘Brain Class’ at Etobicoke C.I. — studen…
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How Pete Rose became so polarizing spurred Keith O’Brien to get granular in “Charlie Hustle,” which has become an instant The New York Times bestseller. In 1989, Major League Baseball’s hit king received a lifetime ban for betting on games in which he managed his hometown Cincinnati Reds. With reportorial digging, O’Brien reminds readers of everyth…
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The 55th Annual Apple Cup will be held on April 6th and April 7th at the Tri-City Raceway in West Richland. Alongside Greg Walden of the RMEC and 16-year-old driver Danica Dart, Jamie Council previews the event at the fastest half mile track this side of the Mississippi! Information on the Apple Cup: https://www.redmountaineventcenter.com/driversst…
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Jack McCallum is on the case of the Crispus Attucks Tigers, a young Oscar Robertson, and purloined glory in the heartland of hoops. In The Real Hoosiers, his 12th book, McCallum dives into why Indiana celebrates the 1954 Milan Miracle, and the film “Hoosiers,” more than Attucks. Repping a school community forced into existence in a “bewildering and…
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Morgan Campbell’s debut memoir, “My Fighting Family: Borders and Bloodlines and the Battles That Made Us” is more than a sports book — but sport is a through line. Campbell, whose parents and a set of grandparents decamped from Chicago for Toronto during the sociopolitically turbulent late 1960s, shares much about growing up Black and learning his …
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Gambling has become a new revenue stream for major sports leagues in the last few years, raising questions about how to protect competitive integrity. It also calls to mind the fallout from the Black Sox Scandal, the greatest game-fixing scandal in the history of North American sports. In "Joe Jackson vs. Chicago American League Baseball Club: Neve…
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The Wenatchee Bighorns are entering their second season in the TBL. With professional basketball back in Eastern Washington, the Bighorns are looking to recruit local talent including East Valley's Brandon Porter as well as Gavin Long from SPU as well as top talent around the country. Jamie Council sits down with CEO Anthony Williams. Website: http…
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Erik Kramer built an NFL career on precision, timing, and accuracy, but it was his greatest miss that led to him building a complete life. Since surviving a 2015 suicide attempt, the former quarterback is making his ultimate comeback day after day, living with renewed sense of purpose. Athletically, Kramer climbed up from the "bottom of the barrel,…
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Pasco-native Summer Yates is looking to dominate the pitch at every level: club, high school with Chiawana, and college with the University of Washington. Now, she's tackling the next cheeky task of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) with the Orlando Pride and her childhood idol. Yates appearing in 20 games her rookie year with Orlando. Jami…
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The Sports Council caught up with Pasco Grad and OL Sebastian Gutierrez before he got the call from San Francisco. Signed to the practice squad, he talks about the life of an NFL Free Agent as he's been making his way in the NFL since graduating from Minot State (DII). Stories: https://www.49ers.com/news/49ers-sign-dl-and-ol-to-one-year-deals-annou…
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Nothing is ever as good as it once was. That’s a lie —they improve, or more accurately, they evolve. Still, why not look back with a bit of wonder? Rich Cohen is the right writer to put the NBA, then and now, into perspective. In When the Game Was War: The NBA's Greatest Season, Cohen stress-tests his belief that the 1987-88 season was the zenith o…
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Pride and Prejudice It could have easily been the title of Ted Nolan’s biography. My Life in Two Worlds: A Coach’s Journey from the Reserve to the NHL and Back encompasses the duality of his drive to show people from his world, Garden River First Nation, could succeed in another one, whilst centering their Indigenous identity. A career coach who ha…
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...and that's a wrap on Season 7! Our end of week treat features our Greatest Hits throughout this season, where we reflect on a season filled with salient moments, from inclusion in sport and out-of-home advertising to AI disruption and crisis communication. What were some of your favourite moments from the season? Comment below or DM us. Catch us…
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The NHL Draft is one of hockey's great spectacles. Just after the Stanley Cup is awarded, the spotlight shifts to the draft floor, where teams hope to acquire future stars and the diamonds in the rough that can lead them — or keep them — in contention. As a former NHL president and general manager, Doug MacLean has seen the process from the inside.…
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Jonathon Jackson captures the spirit of the thing Like “Slap Shot” itself, Jonathon Jackson might have been slightly ahead of his time when he set out to write about the timeless hockey movie. Nowadays, ‘how it was made’ books, podcasts, and limited series are everywhere. But it was back in 2006, Jackson set out to write about the “nuts and bolts” …
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