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The Tale of a Town - Canada
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The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
 
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Dear Canada
Daily+
 
The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
 
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Parti libéral du Canada - Michael Ignatieff - Baladodiffusion
 
Baladodiffusion Officielle du Parti libéral du Canada
 
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Live from Nunavut, the Lore Boys are here to bring you the 8th grade science fair featuring hyper-advanced alien technology that is Deus Ex and Deus Ex Invisble War. We'll hit all sorts of topics, including lizards, and what they really are. It's almost impossible for us to discuss the illuminati and not discuss lizards, apparently. We can't he ...…
 
For National Aboriginal Day, AMI-audio broadcasts from Aboriginal Day Live at the Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Nelson Tagoona from Nunavut tells us about his music, which combines Inuit throat singing with beat boxing. He also discusses the powerful message he wants to send out to youth in Nunavut about finding their voice in the community.…
 
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Road Trip Radio
 
Part 8 of the 'Spaghetti Bandit. We learn about the arctic winter games with Johnny Awesome, come face to face with polar bears, take a quiz and more!
 
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The Central Newfoundland Morning Show from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)
 
We talk to John Thomas of King's Point, who will be on board the Canada C3 150-day expedition in mid-July, as it sails from Nain, Labrador to Iqaluit, Nunavut.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program
 
This week... When words fail: Especially when one hears about the enormous equity gap in federal funding between French and Inuit languages in Nunavut. Plus... Putting us on the map—literally. Google announces that users of its Maps app will now get to see thousands more Indigenous communities. But will that hide as much as it reveals? Back aga ...…
 
Episode 33 - "Attack on Vegreville" this episode takes off from Toronto as Carlos is joined by Crystal Warner, National Executive Vice President of the Canada Employment And Immigration Union and Michelle Henderson, NVP for Alberta/NWT/Nunavut CEIU to talk about Trudeau's ongoing attacks on going Vegreville, Alberta. After campaigning on promis ...…
 
A story from Wired.Iqaluit, the capital of the northern territory of Nunavut, has the fastest-growing population in Canada's Arctic. Yet the community of 7,000 is in danger of running out of fresh water, despite the city's efforts to find a secondary water source, according to a new study published today in the journal Environmental Science and ...…
 
Story 1 - Banff Officials Launch New Campaign This summer, Parks Canada is launching a new public education campaign to try to educate visitors about the dangers of feeding animals in the park. Large images of a wolf with a plastic bottle in its mouth with the caption 'human food kills wildlife' are beginning to appear in and around Banff. The ...…
 
@Sherasaurus and @Clavasaurus discuss: Word of the week - Dragoman • *** Sponsored by: Tweaked audio ear buds (http://www.tweakedaudio.com/) (use code: CHONILLA) *** Ear buds caught in a woman's purse. • Lady bug prisoner • Nunavut Day (July 9th) • Was I racist with the bell telephone sales men? • Princess's birthday of cupcake, jungle gym and ...…
 
This week we explore Canada following Lesley's country-wide review of geological camps. We dig into emerging exploration techniques and jursidictions, while Lesley talks about some of the insights she's picked up along the way, and what emerging Canadian geological stories have caught her interest. We discuss Barkerville Gold Mines' (TSXV: BGM) ...…
 
Matt and Lesley sit down over coffee to discuss the geology of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut! We dig into northern exploration plays, including: Nighthawk Gold’s (TSXV: NHK; US-OTC: MIMZF) Colomac deposit; Auryn Resources' (TSXV: AUG) Committee Bay project; Peregrine Diamonds (TSX: PGD) Chidliak project on Baffin Island; Agnico Eagle Mi ...…
 
UQAM geologist Hanika Rizo explains her research into 60-million-year-old rocks from Nunavut and what it tells us about the origins of the Earth and the Moon.
 
A very noticeable part of the Canadian map, and the largest island in the country, Baffin Island is a place most Canadians will recognize, but a place that very few Canadians have ever been. While most of us will never travel there, being as it is far north and has very few settlements, there are several cool things about this very large island ...…
 
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Gentlemen of Leisure: A Podcast of Tangents
 
In this episode Joe, Sean, and Larry talk about the most tangental things they've discussed so far. By the way, the picture is the Canada Day celebration in Iqaluit, Nunavut. I swear it's related to the podcast.... Image courtesy of: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Canada_Day_Iqaluit_19990701.jpg…
 
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Golden Beer Talks
 
From Mars to Europa: A Comparison of 82N 82W & 23N 58E This talk focuses on research sites located at Canada’s Ellesmere Island and Muscat, Oman—locations that help scientists further research on far-flung locations like Jupiter’s moon Europa and planet Mars. Borup Fiord Pass, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada is an amazing site and model for E ...…
 
Every year, over 20 million people get on a cruise ship and set sail for a seafaring vacation. Most of those cruises take their vacationers to warm, sunny climates. But thanks to climate change, a new hoard of ships might start sailing North rather than South. This episode of Flash Forward explores a future where the Arctic becomes a tourist de ...…
 
Every year, over 20 million people get on a cruise ship and set sail for a seafaring vacation. Most of those cruises take their vacationers to warm, sunny climates. But thanks to climate change, a new hoard of ships might start sailing North rather than South. This episode of Flash Forward explores a future where the Arctic becomes a tourist de ...…
 
Every year, over 20 million people get on a cruise ship and set sail for a seafaring vacation. Most of those cruises take their vacationers to warm, sunny climates. But thanks to climate change, a new hoard of ships might start sailing North rather than South. This episode of Flash Forward explores a future where the Arctic becomes a tourist de ...…
 
The newest territory in Canada, and the largest territory with the lowest population density, Nunavut is a very interesting place and there are many cool facts about it. So, let's delve into the Top 10 Cool Facts About Nunavut! Iqaluit is not connected to the rest of North America by road. While it is connected to other communities in Nunavut b ...…
 
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Tysto film commentaries
 
Join Drew and me and a silent Asian girl for a look into the darkest fantasies of computer nerds: talking to a pretty girl behind a glass wall. We examine the genre, theme, inspiration, and dance moves. We compare it to other Alex Garland films, other streaming films, porn, Greek tragedies, Star Trek, RoboCop, Jurassic Park, Battlestar Galactic ...…
 
On the feature today, former MP Pierre Lemieux, another exclusive interview with a candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. This week, Al speaks with former Glengarry—Prescott—Russell MP Pierre Lemieux. Click here to read the transcript of the interview. In the news:A compromise on a court case involving Alberta homesch ...…
 
“We really applaud the commitment by the federal government to invest in local maritime capacity, both in terms of jobs and training for people in the North but also infrastructure based in the North,” said Christopher Debicki, Nunavut project manager for The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Oceans North Canada.…
 
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GED Test Audio Lessons, Audio GED Prep Project
 
http://www.audiogedprep.com Full Course is available at: https://gumroad.com/l/wHvQ For $59.99 Lesson Summary: Audio GED Prep Social Studies Lesson 2 North and South America, Australia The United States and Territories The United States is a relatively new country. Started out as settlements from many countries like Roanoke and Jamestown that e ...…
 
“What they were essentially proposing was industrial icebreaking through winter months through some of the most sensitive Arctic habitat in Canada,” said Christopher Debicki, Nunavut project manager for The Pew Charitable Trusts’ Oceans North Canada. “It would have created a number of problems both for the community of Pond Inlet, which still t ...…
 
Kelly Amaujaq Fraser is an Inuk (Inuit) singer from Sanikiluaq, Nunavut! Her Inuktitut version of Rihanna’s Diamonds went viral in 2013. She’s also released her first album Isuma (Think) and is working on her next album in BC. My wife Kelly Johnson and I talk to her about what brought her into music, why she writes in her Inuktitut language, In ...…
 
Everything about the Arctic Inuit communities’ way of life depends on ice and snow, so is the failure of the world to act on climate change a gross violation of Inuit human rights? Sheila Watt-Cloutier currently resides in Iqaluit, Nunavut. She was born in Kuujjuaq, Nunavik (northern Quebec), and was raised traditionally in her early years befo ...…
 
Connie Lee PT, Cert MDT In episode 145 I conclude my conversation with Ms. Connie Lee of Iqaluit, Nunavut Canada. She continues sharing her observations over 8 years in the eastern arctic of Canada working with the indigenous people there. She shares memorable patient experiences, advice and more in this week's episode. Connie Lee is a physioth ...…
 
Connie Lee PT, Cert MDT In this episode, # 144, I’m joined by Ms. Connie Lee of Iqaluit, Canada. She’s spent the last eight years delivering mechanical assessment and treatment to those in the eastern arctic region of Canada. She shares what she’s learned from the indigenous people of that area, delivering therapy via tele health and more. Conn ...…
 
We’re back with another instalment of the Draw More Income podcast. This time ’round, Sara McKarney sits down with the indomitable Robin Smith-Peck to talk about her long and storied art career. They chart Robin’s exploration throughout Canada—west to north to east to west—as a printmaker and cultural worker. Along the way they talk about what ...…
 
Why do Indigenous people kill themselves in such numbers? What do we know about suicide that can help us understand this? Can we overcome the tragedy of young people dying in a suicide epidemic? Jesse Bering is an award-winning science writer. His "Bering in Mind" column at Scientific American was a 2010 Webby Award Honoree. Bering's first book ...…
 
The mystery of a “pinging” sound emanating from the Arctic seafloor in Canada, which local hunters say has been driving away wildlife, just grew deeper.The Canadian Department of National Defence (DND) dispatched a military plane to investigate the noise after the province of Nunavut asked for assistance in determining the its origin. When the ...…
 
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