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Charles Adler is a 40-year radio and television broadcast veteran whose career has seen him tour Canada, working in Montreal (CJAD), Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto (CFRB), London, Hamilton, and Winnipeg (CJOB). In the U.S.A., Adler hosted a nationally syndicated radio show out of Tampa, hitting more than 120 markets, and a nightly primetime television show out of Boston, for which he won a Best TV Host for New England Emmy. Adler has hosted national radio and television programs in Canada, incl ...
 
ourVoices is a new podcast from openDemocracy which explores the ongoing crisis of our economic system – and promotes intelligent debate about what should replace it. We bring together some of the most exciting thinkers from around the world, and give a voice to those who are putting new economic ideas into practice from the ground up.
 
This collection is part of an initiative to create a language learning resource at LibriVox. The LibriVox Language Learning Collections contain readings from various language learning books, grammars, primers, phrasebooks, dictionaries, readers and even other works which contain information on various languages, recount experiences of language learning and encountering new languages or provide guides for correct pronunciation, writing or discourse in a language. These works could describe En ...
 
The Baker Street Babes are an all-female group of Sherlock Holmes fans who talk about everything from canon to Cumberbatch, Charles Augustus Milverton to Jude Law, and dancing men to Jeremy Brett. We love Sherlock Holmes and we love having well informed, but also quite fun discussions about it. We’re all young and we’re all females, but we’re all die hard Sherlockians/Holmesian. It’s a demographic within the Sherlock Holmes fandom that is new and growing and doesn’t yet have a voice. We hope ...
 
Born to Design takes you inside the most fascinating stories coming out of the design and manufacturing world. The surprising backstories of amazing creators. Harrowing near-failures that became overnight successes. Uplifting examples of the many ways our community is changing the world for the better. Presented by SOLIDWORKS, Born to Design is a podcast for dreamers, designers, and creators of all kinds.
 
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Two-Sided, the podcast about building an online marketplace business. Two-sided of course, because we’ll discuss Demand & Supply, but also the good side and the bad side, the easy stuff and the hard stuff, and how it looks from the outside versus what is really going on on the inside of an online marketplace. In this series, we sit down with marketplace entrepreneurs, investors and other brilliant minds who work with online marketplaces and two-sided platforms every single day. We will talk ...
 
Named for the Swedish custom that eschews the ‘on-the-go paper coffee cup’ routine in favor of slowing down and catching up with colleagues and friends, the Fjord Fika podcast features unscripted conversations with key luminaries and thought leaders in technology and design. Sometimes strange, but always interesting, each Fika conversation offers a fresh, honest look at all sides of innovation – the good, the bad and the ugly – and the impact on society. Fjord is a design and innovation cons ...
 
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Canadian Common Sense - Canada, how are you doing? Charles discusses the real life mood of the country amid the pandemic. Canada’s Finance Minister says emergency spending will remain What does the announcement mean for every day Canadians? Guest - David Akin - Global News Chief Political Correspondent What keeping financial taps running till after…
 
Does the PM have the moral authourity to question who we are as Canadians? And a tragic story has been brought to life in Saskatchewan involving premier Scott Moe, and an innocent Mother and son in 1997. Claire Brownell with Maclean's explains. Dr. Jason Kindrachuk joins us to talk about a recent survey showing that antibody immunity to COVID-19 is…
 
Canadian Common Sense - Not for your eyes, opposition. The Liberals want to keep their pandemic spending on the down low. Wildcat strikes at Alberta hospitals A response to the ruling the job action deemed illegal. Guest - Gil McGowan - President of the Alberta Federation of Labour Stock market points downwards as countries as second wave of Covid …
 
With over 8.5 million cases, and nearly 225,000 deaths, the coronavirus pandemic has exposed the cruel dysfunctionality of the US healthcare system. Even before the coronavirus, 87 million US citizens were either underinsured, or had no health insurance whatsoever. 30,000 Americans lost their lives every year because they lacked access to a doctor.…
 
Canadian Common Sense: Have we reached Covid fatigue? Charles’ take on Premier Doug Ford’s stance on strictly following the advice of the province’s public health experts. This comes as Covid cases in the region are on the rise. Pope Francis endorses same-sex unions What does this mean for the Catholic church moving forward? Guest - Michael Coren -…
 
Canadian Common Sense: Will you get a Covid-19 vaccine? Charles wants to know if you'd line up for a vaccine or would you be hesitant? Focus is development of and access to vaccines What would a potential roll out in Canada look like? Guest - Walter Robinson - Former head of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation; Sun Media Columnist; Seasoned policy ad…
 
Canadian Common Sense: Snap! No election... Charles' take on the election being avoided after today's confidence motion. Why did NDP side with the Liberals to avert an election? Guest - Peter Julian - NDP Critic; MP representing New Westminster-Burnaby One province’s brain drain and the impact on its future Guest - Max Fawcett - Freelance writer an…
 
British Columbia is in the home-stretch of a pandemic election campaign, and following a testy exchange between NDP leader John Horgan and BC Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson, Horgan made a pledge to not have mobility pricing come in. Kris Sims joins us to chat about what could happen should it make its way back onto the table, and perhaps some othe…
 
Tonight on the program: Could we be headed back to the polls from coast to coast to coast? David Akin joins us to discuss the possibilities. Dr. Keith Dobson sits down for a talk once again about loneliness, and what do we do about the possibility of congestion pricing? Mobility pricing? Kris Sims weighs in. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy …
 
Edmonton Sun columnist Lorne Gunter joins us to discuss some rather stark findings on gun violence in rural areas of Canada. Plus, we go one-on-one with Global's political journalist Keith Baldrey. But first, a very important piece of Canadian Common Sense. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Canadian Common Sense - What is it about masks that is making ordinarily rational people become unhinged? Let’s start with this story out of the very centre of the United States and I Uncle Chuck promise to bring it home to Canada. Trudeau’s relative good press compared to that of President Trump. If Biden wins, would that change? Did you know Kins…
 
Canadian Common Sense - You don't need to have Covid to feel the effects Charles talks about how Canadians are being impacted by Covid. He is curious about how folks are feeling at the moment What’s herd immunity all about? Is it effective to contain covid-19? Is herd immunity a viable strategy? Guest - Dr. Kashif Pirzada - Emergency room physician…
 
Feeling lonely in this pandemic? Clinical psychology professor Dr. Keith Dobson comes on to spread some knowledge on coping with lonliness amidst COVID-19. and Later, we bring on Dr. Matt Strauss to discuss the steps we need to take to prevent more COVID lockdowns. But first, some Canadian common sense. Subscribe to the Charles Adler Tonight podcas…
 
Human Rights Advocate Amira Elghawaby comes on to share her reaction to the violent threats sent to a Toronto mosque. Later, business expert and Moneytalks host Michael Campbell helps explain why young Canadians are being hit the hardest by the COVID recession. Finally, we bring on social media expert Jesse Miller to discuss Facebook's recent crack…
 
Canadian Common Sense: Charles’ take on 2020 Thanksgiving and his optimism about 2021. He is looking forward to a time when the pandemic, hate and disdain, and darkness would disappear. Would we appreciate life more after the pandemic? APMA of Canada launches the first, original, full-build, zero-emission concept vehicle on Tuesday. Project Arrow. …
 
Ian Lee of Carleton university joins us to talk about the latest unemployment numbers and why they aren't as bad as we originally predicted. A little later, a one-on-one conversation with Warren Kinsella! And last but not least, a small business owner comes on to discuss how he and other business owners are feeling the pinch of new COVID-19 restric…
 
Canadian Common Sense: A nation built on immigration Charles’ take on the latest survey that suggests that Canadians now have a different view about immigration. They are open to more immigrants. FBI thwarts attempt to kidnap Michigan governor and overthrow the govt. Authorities have called it a violent extremist group. What does that mean for Cana…
 
We bring on Aaron Wudrick of the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation to discuss the looming skepticism over Canada's infrastructure spending. A little later, Sandy Garossino gives us an inside look at a COVID filled White House. And last but not not least, a business owner tosses around the idea of eliminating the 14-day travel quarantine. But first, so…
 
Ride along with 25 year veteran Crime Reporter Nancy Hixt, from Global News, through some of Canada’s most high-profile criminal cases. Real People, Real Crimes, Real Journalism. Each episode takes you inside case she has worked to give you all details you didn't hear on the news. Season 3 starts October 20 - Subscribe now!​ Crime Beat is the 2020 …
 
Tonight, the rise of conspiracy theory groups like QAnon on social media, what can we do? Jesse Miller with Mediated Reality joins us to talk. We also hear from Emma Graney with the Globe and Mail, Alberta is looking to retool its economy for.. Hydrogen? And Max Fawcett stops by for a chat about debt, how worried should we actually be? See omnystud…
 
Tonight, an emergency room physician comes on to separate the COVID facts from the COVID fiction. A little later, we'll hear from a renowned Clean Tech consultant on the latest electric car to rival Tesla. And finally, an economics professor dishes the dirt on Premier Jason Kenny's economic recovery plan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
Aaron White and Freddie Stuart are joined by David Adler, the policy director of the Democracy in Europe Movement (DiEM25) and General Coordinator of the newly launched Progressive International – a global initiative with a mission to unite, organize and mobilize progressive forces around the world. The conversation dives into the current state of …
 
Canadian Common Sense: An opportunity for empathy President Trump rushed to Walter Reed after testing positive. How about the concerns about his health; and the experimental regeneron being administered? Guest - Jason Kindrachuk -Assistant Professor, Canada Research Chair Department of Medical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, University of Manit…
 
Canadian Common Sense: If I had 70 million dollars! How Canada’s 10 billion dollars infrastructure investment hopes to repair the economy What kind of infrastructure spending would Canadian's like to see? Guest - Aaron Wudrick - Canadian Taxpayers Federation National Director House of Commons reintroduces bill to ban conversion therapy What is in t…
 
Canadian Common Sense How lucky are we to be Canadians following the outcome of the U.S. presidential debate on Tuesday. U.S. President Trump is facing a backlash for failing to publicly denounce White Supremacist. A discussion on hate groups from a Canadian perspective. Guest - Bernie Farber - Chair of the Canadian Anti-hate Network Premiere of Co…
 
Canadian Common Sense: Charles’ take on the 1st US presidential debate President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden face off in first presidential debate A discussion on the Canadian angle of the debate. Guest: Warren Kinsella - Former resident of the U.S. Key takeaways from the first U.S. presidential debate Guest - Sandy Garossino - Writer…
 
Canadian Common Sense: Charles’ take on cutting Provincial sales tax Why some Canadians want to know why the swearing-in ceremony of the GG cost them more than the pre-approved budget. Also a discussion on Provincial Sales Tax across the country. Guest - Kris Sims - BC Director for Canadian Taxpayers Federation What are the possible criminality on …
 
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