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Ryan Morrison, better known on Reddit and the internet as "Video Game Attorney," and co-hosts Austin Hoffman and Ali Rothman, take a hard look at how the law will react to the fast growth in technology. Will we need consent to sleep with a robot? Will our organs be government property? Come in and find out.
 
In this first collection of stories following the characters from the "Anne of Green Gables" series, we see 12 vignettes into the lives of the other inhabitants of Avonlea. The case of Ludovic Speed as mentioned in "Anne of the Island" is finally detailed, along with another appearance by Anne Shirley herself in "The Courting of Prissy Strong". We meet some old friends and many new ones from "The Island", in stories both sweet and poignant. An old lady finds happiness in being a "fairy godmo ...
 
In need of a little inspiration? The Becoming Aligned podcast was created to explore and learn from amazing, “regular” people who create meaningful lives that align with their personal values. Learn how they connect to their authentic truth and navigate the challenges of life. Discover what shaped their personal journeys and how they make time to stay connected and aligned to their values. You may not recognize the names of the guests, but they all have so much wisdom to share! It’s how we m ...
 
A podcast by Young Friends of the Earth Scotland exploring the concept of Just Transition, talking to experts and activists about what it means from a Scottish perspective. The views, information, or opinions expressed during these podcasts are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of Friends of the Earth Scotland and its employees. This podcast is supported by the Erasmus+ programme and the European Union.
 
Grab a stool at the studio bar and join us for a beer as we chat with the video game industry's most fascinating developers, designers, artists and tech geeks. Your host Ryan Woodland is a game developer veteran with over 20 years in the industry and your co-host Jeremy Morrison is a broadcast television and indie film producer/editor.
 
Startupville features interviews with successful small-city tech founders on what it’s like to start and grow a tech startup in a smaller city away from the major hubs of Silicon Valley and Toronto, and how that has shaped their business. At Startupville, we challenge the notion that the next big thing can only be made in Silicon Valley. Startupville is produced in partnership by Innovation Place and Martin Charlton Communications.
 
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This season, we'll talk with artist, musicians and other creatives, journalist, educators and anyone else contributing to the culture— pushing the needle and stretching the margins. From one-on-on conversation to roundtable discussions— Covering everything from Hip-Hop to Quantum physics (not actual Quantum Physics, but if you’re unfamiliar with Black culture it might just sound like it.. ) Addressing the world the only way we know how, talking about it. Everybody's telling stories— these ar ...
 
You may be asking yourself…..”self, what insider information could I possibly want or need regarding physical therapy, sports medicine, rehabilitation and medicine.” Well, very good question. There is a ton of information regarding treatment techniques, philosophies, and medicine. But how do you separate the fluff from useful relevant information? Our mission is to gain inside(r) input and perspective on all the information floating around from the experts and then dissect it…figuratively. W ...
 
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The Hon. Seamus O'Regan oversees one of the federal government's busiest portfolios. Canada's Minister of Natural Resources chimes in on what Ottawa's doing or has done on Keystone XL, Enbridge Line Five, abandoned and orphaned wells, wind and solar, and more (including questions submitted by Alberta Mayors Alanna Hnatiw and Barry Morishita on hydr…
 
What a crazy year it has been. Jason went from a pandemic his Senior Year of HS to freshman year at UT Austin and survives a snowstorm that knocked power and water out of his college campus. How do we make him smile? Talk White Sox baseball! And so we do with the hosts of White Sox Talk Podcast Chuck Garfien and Ryan McGuffey. You can hear the smil…
 
Albertans are bracing for a tough budget today. Official Opposition finance critic Shannon Phillips lays out what she's expecting to see from the UCP, and what the NDP would do differently. Tens of thousands of seniors (and their families) were unable to successfully schedule vaccinations online yesterday, as Alberta Health Services' website couldn…
 
If you had a hard time finding Real Talk on your favourite podcast platform yesterday, you weren't alone. Podboard100 managing director Stephen Brogarth explains why some of the most prominent platforms have recently come under "DDoS" attack. Calgary Police Constable Tad Milmine's personal survival story is both troubling and remarkable. On Pink Sh…
 
I sit down with my good friend, Ben Nelson, to talk about how to continue progressing and evolving in the strange times we find ourselves in. Ben usually works in large scale extreme sports events such as Nitro Circus and Red Bull events. Obviously, that isn't happening, so now what? I'm always inspired by my creative and self motivated friends tha…
 
There's no question racist language, signage, and symbolism was on full display at an "anti-lockdown" rally in Edmonton over the weekend. Senator Paula Simons and former federal cabinet minister Amarjeet Sohi clearly agree it needs to be addressed, but have different thoughts on how. They join Ryan for a great back-and-forth out of the gates. Alber…
 
With their pastor still sitting in jail for defying public health orders, congregants at GraceLife Church west of Edmonton packed the house to capacity yet again Sunday morning. Ryan reviews some of the messaging from the pulpit, and reads emails describing how Real Talkers would respond to the situation. Now-former talk show host Danielle Smith wa…
 
The world watched as NASA's Perseverance rover touched down on Mars. World-renowned theoretical astrophysicist Dr. Katie Mack, author of The End of Everything, joins us for a wonderfully-captivating conversation about this huge accomplishment. We observe and discuss Black History Month with conservative strategist Semhar Tekeste, photographer Eric …
 
As Portland police officers guarded dumpsters full of food outside the Fred Meyer grocery store, Dr. Juniper Simonis was there documenting it. They join us out of the gates to talk about policing, community activism, social supports, and food waste. Real Talk viewer Darren, a grain farmer, took issue with viewer Jared's Trash Talk email on Friday (…
 
Are provincial and federal whistleblower protections really "toothless and useless"? David Hutton, Ian Bron, and James Turk from Ryerson University's Centre for Free Expression lay out their message to the Alberta government, and explain why they're so concerned about the legislative review currently underway. How do we demonstrate "moral courage i…
 
We talked with Darcy McLane, Executive Director of SaskInteractive. Darcy was on the show last April to talk about the Labour Market and Economic Impact study that quantified the massive growth of the Saskatchewan tech sector in the years prior. The study was a good barometer of where the Saskatchewan tech sector sat heading into the pandemic, so w…
 
For several years, Irene Deschenes suffered sexual abuse at the hands of a Catholic priest. She joins us along with her lawyer Loretta Merritt to explain how their recent Supreme Court victory paves the way for true justice to be served. The public school board in Red Deer, Alberta will not observe Pride Week; instead, they'll promote a "Diversity …
 
Welcome back to the Marketing Podcast. I’m Robin Zander, and this podcast is about understanding effective tools and approaches for marketing. In each new episode, I sit down for an in-depth conversation with a chief marketing officer, creative director, or founder, and distill the essence of their work and business into tactics you can use. My gue…
 
In this episode I talk to Sara Shah. She is the founder of Mother Yin which is a holistic platform designed to help women find balance in their bodies, minds and lives. This is a passion for Sara that becomes even more evident as we learn about her own personal journey. It was so interesting to discover how her different areas of expertise come tog…
 
With an eventful week on the guest front, and so many Real Talkers taking the time to email talk@ryanjespersen.com, Ryan opens the show by diving into the Real Talk inbox. Multiple Guinness World Record-holder Dr. Brent Saik, founder of the World's Longest Hockey Game, checks in rinkside to describe the challenges of playing outdoors for ten straig…
 
Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) David Redman developed Alberta's Pandemic Plan back in 2004, as head of the province's Emergency Management Agency. He explains why he believes both provincial and federal governments have mishandled COVID-19, including controversial opinions on lockdowns and masks. Maclean's editor at large Scott Gilmore explains why he b…
 
A group of conservative politicians is banding together under the "End the Lockdown Caucus". UCP MLA Drew Barnes explains why he's taking a stand against his own government's policies, and respond to criticism the group is pushing dangerous, anti-science rhetoric. It's going to cost tens of billions of dollars to clean up Alberta's abandoned and or…
 
Mayors across Canada are lobbying Ottawa ahead of the next federal budget. Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson, chair of the Big City Mayors' Caucus, joins to talk transit, homelessness, and other top municipal priorities. Audric Moses (and his wife Marni, who makes a cameo!) built a NetZero home in a northern climate. How is it performing with limited dayli…
 
Who should be Canada's next Governor General, and how should they be selected? Professor Emmett Macfarlane joins from the University of Waterloo to take us through the process. Mayors and Fire Chiefs are back on Real Talk after warning about changes to Alberta's 9-1-1 dispatch a few weeks back. This time, they've got proof they were right to sound …
 
In this episode, I talk about the functional differences between a lack of mobility and a lack of motor control. I go over how to assess the differences, why it's important and how to program treatment plans based on the findings. The goal of this episode is to give some context to treatments for patients and to make the practitioner think about ho…
 
On the eve of Super Bowl LV everyone's talking about THE GOAT. Tom Brady, the Greatest QB of all Time against "the Kid" Patrick Mahomes. But what did it take for Brady to become great, and was he always destined for that road to greatness? Former University of Michigan Assistant Coach and Recruiting Coordinator Bobby Morrison takes us back to the H…
 
What do we actually know about what influenced Abdulahi Sharif to attempt to murder multiple people in Edmonton, Alberta on September 30, 2017? Justice reporter Jonny Wakefield takes us into his long-form feature in the Edmonton Journal. Sprawl Calgary editor-in-chief Jeremy Klaszus tells us why he's so turned off by the "Disappearing Headlines" ca…
 
Having escaped extremism himself, Mubin Shaikh went on to serve as a CSIS operative and undercover agent for the RCMP. He joins Ryan to shed light on Proud Boys, one of the most recent additions to Canada's terrorist watch list. The most prominent newspapers in Canada, including the Toronto Star, went "blank" on their front pages Thursday morning t…
 
Our Real Talk Question of the Week is a bit different this time around, implementing a playoff-style bracket to determine who you think should be named Canada's next Governor General. Y Station's chief strategist Chris Henderson shares some interesting insights midway through the process. Former Husky Energy CEO Art Price shares his take on the dea…
 
We talked with Matt Stefan, the new Executive Director of Co.Labs, Saskatoon’s tech incubator. In under four years, Co.Labs has already left a lasting legacy on the Saskatchewan tech community, thanks in no small part to its recently departed co-founders Jordan Dutchak and Alex Shimla. They’ve left two pairs of big shoes to fill, and if anybody is …
 
Senator Doug Black explains why he's frustrated with the federal government's vaccine procurement, and gets into the pipeline file. After the interview, Ryan shares his own thoughts on some of the Senator's more controversial assertions. Registered psychologist Ashley Wanamaker, photographer Shannon Smith, and activist Adora Nwofor get personal in …
 
Is there actually a foreign-funded conspiracy against Alberta oil? Journalist, lawyer, and former Crown prosecutor Sandy Garossino takes us through her ongoing coverage for the National Observer. It's the first-ever "Meet in the Middle Monday" with NDP MLA Janis Irwin and former Wildrose Party strategist Vitor Marciano. From very different politica…
 
Welcome to the Marketing Podcast, where each episode consists of a condensed conversation with a luminary from the world of marketing. Today’s guest is the founder and CEO of Culture Amp. Culture Amp’s tagline: the People & Culture platform that makes it easy to collect, understand, and act on employee feedback. This company has spearheaded the imp…
 
The Becoming Aligned Podcast is back after an extended break. I jump back into podcasting with a longer solo episode where I share how I’ve been processing some of my feelings from the first few weeks of 2021. It’s been a lot...I thought it would be helpful to talk about because I really want to encourage and invite you to create space for your own…
 
Andrew Phung, star of Kim's Convenience, takes us behind the curtain of TV production and parenting through a pandemic (and shows off his incredible shoe collection). Andrew talks politics, too, including how he approaches public commentary as a celebrity. Statistics show young people are leaving Alberta for greener pastures in other provinces. Kae…
 
Where is intellectual courage in the age of Twitter? Best-selling author Tom Rachman joins us from London to get into his editorial for the Globe & Mail. Our first-ever Agriculture Real Talk Round Table features Sirius XM host Shaun Haney, crop scientist Brittany Hennig, and Lakeside Farmstead's Jeff Nonay. Ryan gets into the Real Talk inbox, and r…
 
Who will Prime Minister Justin Trudeau select as Canada's next Governor General? Journalist Max Fawcett gets into his recent piece - naming former PM Joe Clark - for the National Observer. Ryan's wife, lifestylist Kari Skelton, chimes in with all the latest rumours around The Bachelorette touching down at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. We get into…
 
With tens of thousands of social media accounts being deplatformed, Dr. Amarnath Amarasingam joins to explain if this is actually a good move, or if it could increase the risk of radicalization. For more than twenty years, Derek Brower has covered the international energy beat. The Financial Times US energy editor checks in from England with a look…
 
As health officials attempt to educate the public around the COVID-19 vaccine, scientists including Prof. Tim Caulfield have launched @ScienceUpFirst. He takes us to the front lines of the war on misinformation. Dr. Ross McKenzie spent nearly 40 years studying soil and crops in Alberta. He tell us why he's so concerned about sweeping cuts to agricu…
 
We're back for 2021 with a brand new episode! A just transition is a worker-led transition, so in this episode we're joined again by Ryan Morrison from Friends of the Earth Scotland to discuss Offshore, a new report which gives amazing insight into the views of frontline oil and gas workers. Did you know that whilst many offshore workers are open t…
 
With coal exploration already happening on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains, Y2Y conservation scientist Dr. Aerin Jacob explains what's at stake, and what it means for Canadians and our water supply. Last week, our Question of the Week asked you about quality in politics. Today's Real Talk Round Table taps into your replies, as we check in…
 
On the first full day of Joe Biden's Presidency, we discuss Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's suggestion Canada should impose trade sanctions on the USA, based on the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline. International trade lawyer Mark Warner gives us a sense of what the economic relationship between Canada and the US will look like moving forwar…
 
It's Inauguration Day south of the border! Former Clinton White House advisor and speechwriter Dr. Ted Widmer joins to discuss the change in tone from the 45th to the 46th President, and similarities between the Inaugurations of Abraham Lincoln and Joe Biden. Energy analyst Mikaela McQuade digs into the cancellation of Keystone XL, and what else Ca…
 
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