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Ted Prodromou is America’s leading LinkedIn coach and the #1 best selling author of The Ultimate Guide to Linked In for Business. To get a free copy of his book simply register at On the podcast, Ted brings together some of the top LinkedIn minds in the country to share with you how they grow their businesses using LinkedIn and how you can, too.
Linked UP Church
Linked UP Church exist to connect people with God, Family, Purpose, and Community. Founded by Pastor Joel E. Gregory. #LinkedUPChurch #IAMconnected
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Media Linked: Inside Advertising and Media with Michael Kassan
Welcome to Linked Local Network’s Internet Radio Network. LLN’s internet radio is all about Edutertainment-Podcasts that are Educational, Empowering, Inspiring and Entertaining. Our Various hosts talk about #Business, #Franchising, #Health, #SocialMedia, #SelfDevelopment, #Leadership, #Parenting, #Recovery, #marketing, #Life, #Green.We are all about Link Locally-Connect GloballyIf you would like to be a guest on a show please emailradio@linkedlocalnetwork.comTo view Show Schedule and Hosts g ...
Exploring how communicators can better use LinkedIn to do their jobs.
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Warren Joyce says Canada has more than 30 species of sharks and describes them as amazing animals.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says "Canada has been unequivocal in our condemnation of Vladimir Putin and Russia," but remains mum on his reaction to President Donald Trump's comments.
Marc Busch, professor of International Business Diplomacy at the School of Foreign Service, at Georgetown University, says Canada’s and the EU’s counter-tariffs do in fact breach WTO rules.
Rhett & Link dish on their different approaches to hobbies, how Rhett's "layers" impact their friendship, and more on this week's classic Ear Biscuits.
Carmel Kilkenny speaking with Philippe Telio about the success of the 8th annual Start Up Fest in Montreal.
Message from David Wright Featuring Chris Peterson on Jul 15, 2018
Когда усталость на горизонте, но так хочется ритмов... Chill в мире Deep и Tech Нouse...#20 @ LINKBy LINK.
Ahmed Hussen speaking to reporters today following the gathering of immigration ministers in Winnipeg.
In this month’s episode we talk with Jamie Thomas and Sara Jones, founders of Wayapa Wurrk, about the practice of Wayapa, connection to country, earth mindfulness and how we can be better custodians of the land through cultivating a relationship to the environmental elements around us.
A new public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute shows that just over half of Canadians (54 per cent) see radical Islam as cause for “a great deal of concern,” while 44 per cent are very concerned about the prospect of white supremacist or white nationalist homegrown terrorism, said Shachi Kurl, executive director of the Angus Reid Insti ...…
Carmel Kilkenny speaks with Judy Hughes of the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Women's Circle Corporation, about the protest camps, seeking Justice for our Stolen Children, in Saskatoon and Regina.
Joels new bed, aur troubles, power pc and linuxBy (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
Joels new bed, aur troubles, power pc and linuxBy (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
Joels new bed, aur troubles, power pc and linuxBy (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
Joels new bed, aur troubles, power pc and linuxBy (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
Joels new bed, aur troubles, power pc and linuxBy (Dann Washko, Linc Fessenden, Pat Davila, Allan Metzler).
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz explaining the reasoning behind todays interest rate hike of a quarter percentage point.
Willy Thomas, a veteran broadcast journalist, who runs a community radio station in Abeokuta, Nigeria, talks about his goals and aspirations for Capital 97.5 FM Radio.
Shayne McCool describes the battle against forest fires in northeastern Ontario.
From getting named “Mr. Brain Fart” to cleaning up trash in crawl spaces at 6'5, Rhett and Link reflect on old summer jobs in a throwback episode to this classic Ear Biscuit.
Pauline Pemik, of CBC Iqaluit, explains what and how Facebook is preparing for the launch of the Inuktuk site next year.
Special guest Tony Ice joins the show once again to talk about one of the most prolific action stars of all-time, Kurt Russell. Other topics include Kurt being over-shadowed by Dennis Quaid, Kurt's hemp hoodie and boots, plugging someone, federal kidnapping in Overboard, Dennis Quaid and pregnant aliens, Mark Hamill's workout regime, Mission: I ...…
A year after Iraqi forces drove out ISIS from Mosul, the city’s children are still living in near-constant fear for their lives, trapped by memories of devastation, displacement, bombing and extreme violence, according to a new report. Save the Children Canada’s President and CEO Bill Chambers talks to Radio Canada International about the repor ...…
Message from Tom Carlini Featuring Tiffany Russell on Jul 8, 2018
Back in episode #147 Alix and I discussed how you can train through an injury by focusing on what you CAN do vs. what you can't do. In this episode our guest, and one of the top Elite Masters OCR athletes on the planet Michael Mark talks about how he is overcoming a devastating, season ending achilles tendon rupture last month during a warm-up ...…
#19 @ LINKПогрузитесь в глубину отборного медитативно-космического саунда под минималистичные биты. Всем добра!!!Immersion - полное погружение...Станция 3.0 / / Пятница 00:00 - 01:00Радио Luna / / Пятница 23:00 - 00:00Марафон FM / / Среда 00:00 - 01:00, Воскресенье 00:00 - 01:00…
David Bulman, a Canadian who heads the World Food Programme’s Burkina Faso office, nearly six million people in Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Senegal are struggling to feed themselves and over 1.6 million children are at risk of severe acute malnutrition this year – a 50 per cent increase over the Sahel’s last major nutrition ...…
Jocelyne Dubois says that the news rules for procurement of uniforms are a good first step, but Canada should do more.
Canadians shouldn’t let their hatred of Trump blind them into stumbling into a full-out trade war with the United States, says Marc Busch, professor of International Business Diplomacy at the School of Foreign Service, at Georgetown University.
Peter Rangeley, director of science at Oceana Canada, says members of the expedition will spend 16 days on board Ocean Exploration Trust’s state-of-the-art vessel, Nautilus to explore seamounts (underwater mountains) near the islands of Haida Gwaii in the northeast Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia.…
In this episode we take a break from our usual interview format and discuss: The importance/need for a mid-season break How you could/should change your training mid-season The importance of building a strong core Miles & Vic recap the recent/first CTG Kids Race And much more rambling and fun!
Prof. Carlos Filipe says the e-coli patch has DNA-based sensors that can detect e-coli bacteria on food.
Kathleen Graham describes her own experience being trapped in a flooded cave and the difficulties facing the Thai boys and their coach. (CBC)
Francisco Valencia, director of the Venezuelan coalition of health organizations CODEVIDA, is urging Canada and other Western democracies to continue applying diplomatic and economic pressure on the Maduro government but rejects the idea of using military force to overthrow the increasingly autocratic regime.…
Alison Richard says the negative effects of having been bullied can follow children into adulthood.
Kris Porlier offers many ways Canadians can prevent drowning. (Andrea Duncan)
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