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Are you tired of the same old sports talk status quo, and sports “Hot Take” personalities? Are you looking for a Sports Show that is fun, entertaining, hilarious, accurate and objective? No homers here! The Tiger Mike Sports Show is Sports Relief for diehard sports fans! Hosts Tiger Mike Ingram and J.R. Duren believe sports is life! The dynamic duo are passionate sports fanatics, who have sound opinions, unique insight, and witty banter. They are two obsessed, everyday sports fans having a c ...
 
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14:23 | Scientific Director at Res’Eau Centre for Mobilizing Innovation Dr. Madjid Mohseni shares how scientists worked alongside Lhoosk'uz Dené Nation to realize an innovative water treatment plant. The partnership resolved a remote BC village's decades-long reliance on bottled water. 46:21 | City of St. Albert Mayor Cathy Heron, City of Fort Sask…
 
17:19 | Retired Major Quentin Innis and Dr. Sean Maloney explain why they're pleading for the safe extraction of Afghans who assisted Canada’s Armed Forces in that country. With the recent surge of the Taliban these people and their families are now at significant risk, the former military personnel are calling on the Canadian federal government to…
 
6:03 | Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society's Becky Best-Bertwistle explains why the sudden privatization of forest management in southwest Alberta by the provincial government, is very concerning. 25:30 | Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council doctoral scholar Aden Dur-e-Aden examines the recruitment of individuals within the radical rig…
 
On this episode:Host Andre Goulet makes the risky decision to look for answers regarding a suspicious and baffling death in Canada's political community on the mean streets of Gatineau with Inspector Abdul Malik & Israeli International Peace Operations Trainee Eytan Tobin (OFFCOURT).Then: the Harbinger Special Victims Unit elite squad (Superintende…
 
16:34 | Energy analyst Saeed Kaddoura with Pembina Institute outlines the most effective and innovative ways to deal with the rise of delivery truck traffic in cities due to the online shopping surge. The Pembina Institute partnered with The National Association of City Transportation Officials and Bloomberg Associates on a new report, Building Hea…
 
On this episode:Host Andre Goulet makes the risky decision to look for answers regarding a suspicious and baffling death in Canada's political community on the mean streets of Gatineau with Inspector Abdul Malik & Israeli International Peace Operations Trainee Eytan Tobin (OFFCOURT).Then: the Harbinger Special Victims Unit elite squad (Superintende…
 
18:07 | Prairie provinces are witnessing a dramatic spread of the fatal chronic wasting disease in deer. Scientific director of the Prion-Virology Animal Facility at the University of Calgary Dr. Hermann Schaetzl explains why plus the risks it poses to the economy and human health. 57:53 | Women’s occupational health expert Dr. Karen Messing shares…
 
In a special two part investigation hosts Abdul Malik and Eytan Tobin discuss the life and tragedy of Pat Tillman, an American football player who left his professional career and enlisted in the United States Army after the September 11 attacks. Tillman was subsequently killed by friendly fire in 2004 in the US war in Afghanistan and a cover-up of…
 
Today Matt (from The Statist Quo Podcast) and I discuss "kiestering" escape and evasion tools, we discuss how people sometimes think they're purchasing a useful tool when in reality they've only bought a tactical "Status Symbol", and Matt brings so hot value to the discussion with an Irish History lesson. *December Tactical Lock Picking Course*…
 
On ep36 of Habibti Please Nashwa Khan and Geneviève Nevin host Jeremy Corbyn and Paul Rogers in advance of Selling Death: Why the International Arms Trade Must be Controlled, an upcoming event hosted by Egypt Watch and Jeremy Corbyn’s Peace and Justice Project. Join Jeremy Corbyn, Paul Rogers, and Geneviève at the event on Saturday, July 17th, 2021…
 
Having more time to devote to my *Patreon Supporters* now, I have recorded this episode as the result of feedback from a recent poll. Discussing, mini tactical drills that busy people can incorporate into their lives without a lot of prep, money, time, energy, logistics, or cleanup. Enjoy. *Tactical Lock Picking Book* *Patreon.com/UTAC*…
 
23:33 | Cowessess First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme discusses the 751 unmarked graves confirmed at the former site of Marieval Indian Residential School, plus how the community is moving forward including taking back management of child and family services. 47:30 | Exploring how people living with disability get horny (and what they do about it) on…
 
10:20 | Warren Kinsella unpacks his Toronto Sun opinion piece, Prime Minister always ready for his close-up, published on July 10, 2021. He outlines why he believes Independent MP Jody Wilson-Raybould embodies everything that's false and phoney about Justin Trudeau. 59:08 | #EATYOURWORDS presented by Prairie CateringThe trade of NHL defenceman Dunc…
 
On a new Big Shiny Takes hosts Marino Greco, Eric Wickham and Jeremy Appel dismantle a recent Rex Murphy column exploring the scourge of our time (anti-white racism) documenting that, while he denied last year that there was systemic racism in Canada, he appears to have changed his mind.Plus: the panel explores Postmedia's role in fomenting the hat…
 
17:38 | Carleton University's Sprott School of Business professor Linda Duxbury discusses how the pandemic forced Canadians to rethink how and where we work and what it will look like beyond COVID-19. 54:31 | Lawyer turned animal talent agent Loni Edwards shares about her new book, How to Make Your Dog #famous, a look at the world's most influentia…
 
16:13 | Council of Canadians with Disabilities' Jewelles Smith and Reverend Jeff Rock discuss how Canadians living with disabilities face barriers to love as disability support funding can get scaled back or taken away, if they get married. 57:14 | Fashion Psychologist Dr. Dawnn Karen explores how we dress, the affects fashion has on human behaviou…
 
Today I had "Brad" join me to discuss how the word "sharp" is not always a clearly defined term. To attend my upcoming Tactical Lock Picking course in December, head over to EnergeticEntry.com and scroll through their calendar to the December 2021 block. I LOVE meeting people from all over the internet and learning cool ass shit with them! *Tactica…
 
18:57 | Internal medicine doctor at Royal Alexandra Hospital Dr. Neeja Bakshi explores why Alberta's health care staff are experiencing high levels of pressure and stress—from decreasing number of beds to pandemic-related burnout. 44:50 | With the Alberta government buying into the Sturgeon Refinery, energy economist Dr. Andrew Leach speculates how…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains frank conversations and descriptions of sexual assault.On S2, E4 hosts Abdul Malik and Eytan Tobin welcome Alberta Advantage contributor Clinton Hallahan to talk about Houston Texan's starting quarterback DeShaun Watson and the greater atmosphere of sexual assault in the NFL, the varying degrees of what the le…
 
20:16 | MIT data scientist Dr. Sinan Aral discusses how social media disrupts elections, the economy, even dating, and how we can adapt. 41:47 | Post-COVID-19 economic recovery round table with Canadian Women’s Chamber of Commerce's Nancy Wilson, Small Business BC CEO Tom Conway and Alberta Business Council president Adam Legge explore what the pan…
 
The uncovering of a mass grave outside a former "residential school" in Kamloops has made international headlines and once again forced people in what we know as Canada to talk about the brutal violence, cruelty and genocide that this nation is founded on and continues to engage in. Harbinger Media board member Kai Nagata and Kolin Sutherland-Wilso…
 
13:42 | Environmental reporter Emily Atkin discusses the implications of oil company executives saying the quiet parts out loud and the impact it's having on the climate change conversation. 49:57 | Serene View Ranch Psychological Services' Ben Gould shares when and how to discuss residential schools with kids and teens. 1:31:01 | EAT YOUR WORDS pr…
 
12:41 | Canada Wildfire director, Dr. Mike Flannigan discusses the changing fire season in Canada and why the increase of blazes in 2021 informs the new evolving normal. 53:39| #MyJasper Memories | Wildlife - Ryan shares he's a "moose guy" and how visitors to the national park in the Rocky Mountains is a great place to get a chance sighting of maje…
 
The superstar team of Tyler and Sean from Alberta Advantage, Format: Guardian, and Tinker Tailor Podcast Spy reunite with host Evan MacDonald for a sequel August's Sicario episode to cover Taylor Sherdian's new writing and directing venture 'Those Who Wish Me Dead'. Angelina Jolie is a traumatized smokejumper-turned-fire lookout who stumbles upon a…
 
15:28 | University of Iowa Law professor Greg Shill unpacks his Atlantic article, How Vehicular Intimidation Became the Norm. 1:21:13 | Freelance journalist focused on Latin America Joshua Collins discusses Colombia's continuing political unrest and how statutes are being toppled. 1:46:44 | Drug policy journalist Natalia Buendia outlines where Mexi…
 
A new reader-supported digital media outlet is making a major push to bring back progressive, hard-hitting news coverage to the Toronto region. On Harbinger Society Presents ep15 The Hoser co-editors-in-chief Shannon Carranco and Kevin Taghabon join host Andre Goulet to talk about the future of their incredibly exciting new project and explain why …
 
On the Harbinger Society Presents ep14 live recording Q&A Nashwa Khan and Shaadie Ali of Habibti Please, Deathnography's Henry Lee and host Andre Goulet continue their conversation and analysis on Vincent Bevins' 2020 book 'The Jakarta Method'.Support Habibti Please and check out episode 30 featuring conversations with the Palestinian Youth Movemen…
 
On the inaugural Harbinger Society Presents live recording it's an evening of history and hard questions on Canadian exceptionalism as Nashwa Khan and Shaadie Ali of Habibti Please and Deathnography's Henry Lee join host Andre Goulet for a conversation on Vincent Bevins' excellent 2020 book 'The Jakarta Method', Ottawa's Victims of Communism Memori…
 
On this episode Press Progress investigative reporters Emily Leedham and Stephen Magusiak join host Andre Goulet for a Winnipeg/Calgary/Montreal power panel exploring the provincial purgatory of pandemic Alberta. Plus: journalist and 'The Forgotten Corner' co-host Scott Schmidt describes Medicine Hat's recent super-spreader event, Harbinger Atlanti…
 
On episode 12 housing rights advocate David DesBaillet presents Housing Party, a recurring interview-length Harbinger Society segment exploring the crisis of housing in Canada, for a conversation with organizer and social housing policy scholar Josh Hawley on the recent victory for tenants in Ottawa’s Sandy Hill neighbourhood, the disturbingly cozy…
 
On a super stoked pre-convention panel housing activist and Etobicoke NDP organizer Bri Gardner and co-president of the Jeunes Néodémocrates du Québec Gabriel Masi join host Andre Goulet to discuss policy priorities, shifting the party to the left, Jagmeet's vibes and the mixed legacy of Thomas Mulcair.Plus: Atlantic correspondent James Brown suffe…
 
On a special Harbinger Society mini episode leading up to the NDP's April 9th to 11th policy convention, community and political organizer Jessa McLean explains why she's campaigning to pull the NDP back to its roots as a bold, socialist alternative to mainstream politics.Find out more about Jessa's campaign at https://www.jessamcleanndp.ca/platfor…
 
14:04 | Cardus' Brian Dijkema and the Centre for Inquiry Canada's Leslie Rosenblood discuss how houses of worship are exempt from paying taxes. The discussion explores pros and cons of the how churches are funded as charities and if change is needed. 1:05:18 | Enoch Cree Nation member Lorelei Mullings shares her motivations for protesting at the si…
 
On S2,E3 of OffCourt hosts Eytan Tobin and Abdul Malik explore the man, the myth and the legend of the much admired and maligned Cuban revolutionary and politician Fidel Castro and his incredible aptitude for sports. In their conversation Abdul and Eytan examine the record of a leader who weaponized his athletic history and had athletics weaponized…
 
On an endless election spectacular Drew Brown, Alicia Morry and Paris Marx in St. John's join host Andre Goulet to discuss Newfoundland and Labrador's unique political culture and reveal the most surprising billionaire of all. Plus: the panel reviews 2019 federal election campaign songs in the lead-up to what could be a nation-wide Spring 2021 vote…
 
On a new episode the panel buries Federalism as writer Nora Loreto (Sandy and Nora Talk Politics), chemist Ada McVean and podcaster extraordinaire Aliya Pabani (We Are Not the Virus) join host Andre Goulet to discuss what the colliding crises in long-term care, homelessness and academia tell us about the limitations of government in an increasingly…
 
On a new episode Work It's Sam Allemagne and Janet Mowat join host Andre Goulet for a Game Stop struggle session, then Lana Polansky, Hugh Stewart and Andrew Neville convene to lament Jon Kay's hair care regime, praise the rising tide of the Democratic Socialists of America of Canada's new political initiative and play an exciting round of ‘Hit or …
 
On episode 7 Harbinger Society welcomes Roberta Lexier, Jeremy Appel, Scott Schmidt and Mo Cranker of The Forgotten Corner podcast as we celebrate FC's addition to the network with a wide-ranging and astutely analytical conversation on being wary of Jason Kenney's decline and why progressive Albertans need to push the provincial NDP to the left. Al…
 
On an extra-length episode Abdul Malik and Eytan Tobin introduce their new Harbinger-exclusive sports, history and politics podcast Offcourt and preview upcoming episodes including Cricket as Decolonial Praxis, How the ‘Miracle on Ice’ was a Cold War Turning Point and Why Amar’e Stoudemire Became a Zionist.Plus: a PEI 2020 news round-up with comedi…
 
On ep5 host Andre Goulet convenes an all-star panel with Iranian-Canadian Congress policy chair Saman Tabasinejad in Toronto, Saudi Arabia/Canada political economy journalist Anthony Fenton in Vancouver and Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East vice-president Michael Bueckert in Montreal to discuss the historically frustrating failure …
 
On an HSP mini episode, community organizer and Briarpatch magazine legacy editor Valerie Zink discusses her work with land access and treaty implementation, the exciting progressive turn of the recent Saskatoon and Regina city council elections and what this year's little-remembered 85th anniversary of Saskatchewan's biggest incident of large-scal…
 
Independent, award-winning politics and culture magazine Briarpatch remains a cutting edge media outlet after nearly 50 years of publication. On this episode, host Andre Goulet (Tio'tia:ke/Montreal) welcomes three of the journalists who help make Briarpatch happen as current editor Saima Desai and lead on the new radical left Sask Dispatch project …
 
On episode 3 of 'The Harbinger Society Presents', Laura Kruse (Jacobin, Kino Lefter), Tyler Ogilvie (The Alberta Advantage) and comedian Mav Adecer brutally assess Jason Kenney and the United Conservative Party's 18 months in power and look back on a year from hell in wildrose country. Plus: an introduction to the good work being done at Progress A…
 
Presenting a very special sophomore episode of the inaugural season of 'The Harbinger Society Presents: The Left Podcast Conspiracy' from the Harbinger Media Network!This fun, friendly and heartwarming 2nd episode featuring comrades Nashwa Khan, host of 'Habibti Please' and 'Muslim Rumpsringa', Hilary Agro, host of 'Bread and Poppies' and Rob Rouss…
 
Presenting a very spooky premiere episode of the inaugural season of 'The Harbinger Society Presents: The Left Podcast Conspiracy'!You'll be horrified to hear polisci pundits Stewart Prest and David Moscrop and B.C. Today journalist Shannon Waters join host Andre Goulet for a terrifying tour into the menacing shadows of provincial politics in this …
 
This is a public excerpt from ep32 of Habibti Please. Get access to the full conversation with Vincent Bevins at habibtiplease.substack.com/subscribeThe austerity measures that were first implemented during the pandemic will not ease post-pandemic. Global vaccine apartheid continues to exist and it seems that only those in North America with relati…
 
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