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Canada’s #1 Podcast for Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneurs. We talk to the entrepreneurs who are making it happen throughout Canada.​ Finally, a national podcast company that creates an active online community for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs so they can stay connected locally and to let the world know how Entrepreneurs in Canada make things happen. Check us out on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/canadaspodcast
 
As one of Canada's youngest retirees at the age of 32, and after becoming mortgage-free at 29, Kornel interviews the top financial experts in Canada to help you optimize your investments, reduce your taxes, and help you accelerate your journey towards financial independence and early retirement. He also shares his own experiences and lessons learned in investing and as an early retiree and member of the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement to help you optimize your finances, ...
 
Each week we pick a different Canadian artist, go through their history, albums and attempt a best guess guess why they weren't a bigger hit outside of Canada. Join us our weekly deep dive into the treasure trove of Canadian talent.
 
Join us on the “Living In Victory” broadcast and be encouraged and built up in faith as Mike, Shara and special guests share the overcoming, victorious Good News of Jesus and the victorious plan of God for your life.The broadcast is available weekly on our website and through YouTube. We also post links on our Facebook account and website at www.fqmin.org“But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ” (1 Corinthians 15:57).
 
Canada's #1 show about all things marketing, advertising & communications hosted by Indigenous business leader Darian Kovacs. Special guest host episodes from Shaheed Devji and Antoine Bonicalzi, who hosts our French episodes. We’ve had guests from Google, LEGO, Spotify, Starbucks and thought leaders like Seth Godin, Guy Kawasaki, Neil Patel, Malcolm Gladwell and DHH. The hosts aim to unearth tips, tricks, and insights from the best marketers and business leaders from Canada and around the w ...
 
Hosted by Anton Haswell, A Shot of Life highlights the personal journeys of professionals and entrepreneurs in Canada, taking a snapshot of the person behind the professional title. Follow our sub-series on the journeys of internationally trained lawyers navigating the National Committee on Accreditation exams in their goal to practice law in Canada
 
Welcome to tiki central Canada with host Craig Stephens and co-host Paola (newbie) and Mark (tiki expert) as we talk about tiki drinks, the history of them, culture, tools and ingredients that will make you mouth water. Their witty humor as they pass on information? and some stories!! Enjoy and subscribe to the podcast!
 
Start Canada podcast features interviews with start-up founders, innovators, and thought leaders from the heart of Canada who are challenging the status quo, scaling their business, and bringing new ideas to life! Tune in with host Margaux Miller to learn exactly how they did it – and get some great tips so you can to. Bi-weekly interview style episodes focus on the tough questions of bringing a business idea to life, and point to resources and ways of thinking that have helped founders of C ...
 
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During the rise of pop, boy bands were all the rage. In Canada we had an answer to the brother act Hanson, the Moffats. a set of fraternal triplets Clint, Bob and Dave and older brother Scott. They took Canada by storm but never quite cracked the U.S. market. They did have success in the overseas market. They have quite the tale and if you make it …
 
Justin Trudeau continues to ignore threats to Canada’s national security from the Communist Party of China. Despite these threats, the Trudeau government granted a scientist from China’s People’s Liberation Army permission to work in the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, where the world’s most dangerous viruses and pathogens are handled…
 
A Mission for Ministry – We Interpret the Bible (Part 2) : 2 Timothy 2:15 We live in a time when many people argue that it is naive to trust the Bible. Join Dr. John Neufeld for a 10-messages series as he works through the mission of Back to the Bible; What is our vision, why we do what we do, and why we believe that communicating the contents of t…
 
Guest: Natalie Cloutier This week’s podcast guest is Natalie Cloutier, real estate investor and builder. Natalie and her husband bought their first condo at ages 19 and 20. They hated living in tight quarters and were reminded by their parents that they could get a bank loan for auto-construction projects! The young couple decided to switch gears a…
 
Matthew 13:1-23 / June 11-15, 2021 In Matthew 13:1–23, Jesus gives His famous parable of the sower and then explains its significance. Pastor Chuck Swindoll exposits this majestic parable to answer these questions that are as important today as they were back then. From the Series: The King's Kingdom: A Study of Matthew 8-13 read more…
 
This week, Craig and Lee talk about Craig’s analysis on The Hudson’s Bay Company’s potential redevelopment plans for its flagship locations in Canadian downtowns. Is it a good strategy or missed opportunity? The Weekly podcast by Retail Insider Canada is available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed f…
 
The one where Darian interviews Arthur from tentree and Marissa from Stil Classics. Sign up for the Marketing News Canada e-newsletter at www.marketingnewscanada.com. Follow Marketing News Canada: Twitter - twitter.com/MarketingNewsC2 Facebook - facebook.com/MarketingNewsCanada LinkedIn - linkedin.com/company/marketing-news-canada YouTube - youtube…
 
Funke is a lawyer, mom and wife. She is a Nigerian-Canadian writer. She writes to entertain, inform and inspire. Funke was born to Yoruba parents in Nigeria. She lived in different cities in Nigeria but later immigrated to Canada. Her writing reflects her interpretation of her experiences from infancy up to date. She ghostwrites for people too. She…
 
Four members of a Muslim family in London Ontario were killed and their young son injured when a driver plowed into them. That driver has been charged with murder and police say it’s a hate-motivated crime based on the victims' religion. London Free Press reporters Jennifer Bieman and Jonathan Juha join Dave to talk about the victims, the police in…
 
Diversity in entrepreneurship breeds innovation, creativity, and empowers the next generation of business leaders. Maude Pariseau, Director of Procurement at BDC, is helping to create fair and equitable opportunities for underrepresented communities in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Maude has been Director, Procurement at BDC since 2016, where she …
 
Hey guys,So here is part two of the tiki jukebox show for this year. We only did 10 songs like last year as there was so many we could have gone on for hours. Craig's playlist is the calypso music and let's get the party started near the pool!! (Paola calls it Cancun party music....Mark's playlist is the traditional tiki exotica music we come to he…
 
We know that people of Chinese descent have a higher risk for type 2 diabetes, but there are many questions about why that is and how the risk could be reduced. On this episode, Dr. Calvin Ke discusses his work studying type 2 diabetes in the Chinese community. Dr. Ke is an endocrinologist and a clinical epidemiologist in Toronto.…
 
We get all nostalgic this week as we talk about the firearms that got us started. We also make some recommendations from our experience if you are trying to figure out where you should start. Itunes Stitcher Email Us: host@newshootercanada.ca Show Music: I like Guns by Steve Lee The post Episode 217 appeared first on New Shooter Canada.…
 
A girl needs cash, and that’s the name of the series we’re continuing today. We’re talking about all the different sources of cash income you can create for yourself to support your lifestyle after the paycheques of your full-time working years stop coming in. How to maintain your sanity when it comes to managing your nest egg How to get a bigger p…
 
Today, Mark Zecchino, Bob Weeks, and Adam Scully discuss the latest in the world of golf. We recap Canadian Stephen Ames’ second career victory on PGA Tour Champions, the US Women’s Open, and discuss the wild weekend at the Memorial. Plus, we’re joined by Todd Keirstead from ParaGolf Canada!על ידי Golf Talk Canada
 
Passing along a passion that has spanned decades. We talk to a High River area resident who is giving away dozens of replica grain elevators he made in hopes they continue to educate people about the history of agriculture in western Canada here on Rural Roots Canada.על ידי RRC soundbites
 
It's another jam packed episode of Match Point Canada. Former French Open finalist and world no. 4 in both singles and doubles, Mary Joe Fernandez is our special guest on this week's episode. We look back at special moments of her career, Iga Swiatek's ability on the clay, Olympics, the emergence of Canadian tennis, and the longevity of Roger Feder…
 
Download IR: Canada #137 Subscribe Spotify Become a Patron! Welcome back! It’s been a bit of a blah week here. The weather is being fussy, and as thus while the show is out on time, my energy is running low and I feel like taking a nap. I hope you enjoy this weeks show. Its quite the mix of music! I’m working on getting through emails as quickly as…
 
Mik (@profitmik) and Grant (@4thlineports) do a post-mortem of the Habs Leafs series in the 21st installment of the Canada Puck Podcast. But that doesn't stop the fellas from digging into the other happenings of the NHL, including a run through every current playoff series and touching on how underwhelming the Draft Lottery is/was. The boys offer g…
 
In which we give a taste of what goes on over on our Patreon sister show: Pop Canada! Here are the first 10 minutes of our talk on comedy: a staple of Canadian pop culture. We address the history of the genre, important figures, and why it developed in this country! --- Find the full episode and more at: www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana Other supp…
 
On September 15, 1954, Danny Brent’s body was found on the tenth green at UBC’s golf course. Stuffed inside his shirt was an early edition of the newspaper, soaked with his blood. There was a half-smoked cigarette inside his shirt where it had dropped from his mouth when he was shot—once in the back and twice in the head with .45-calibre bullets. T…
 
Join Shauna and Rebecca as they interview Heather Down, author and publisher of Not Cancelled: Canadian Kindness in the Face of COVID-19 (co-author Catherine Kenwell). Heather discusses how this beautiful, hope-filled anthology of stories came to be, while Rebecca expresses her expectation that the book will have significant value to future generat…
 
Episode 2 Walterdale Playhouse Edmonton, Alberta - Walter, a volunteer fireman still haunts his old fire hall. Galt Museum Lethbridge, Alberta- A former hospital that is still the home of many spirits from the old children’s ward. Haunted Zoo Bridge Calgary, Alberta- The ghostly spirt of a young boy who was tragically murdered still plays around th…
 
Discovery. Reserve. Savage. After centuries of colonization, some words have the power to hurt us deeply and twist our collective history. Host Kaniehtiio Horn guides listeners through over 70 conversations with people from 15 Indigenous communities sharing their truths about the impact of words on our perspectives, cultures, and lives. Together we…
 
Last month we shared highlights from Tech Forum 2021. This month we’re sharing one thought-provoking panel in particular. The idea for this panel was inspired by an essay from Annahid Dashtgard a renowned author, changemaker, and co-founder of Anima Leadership, a boutique consulting company specializing in issues of diversity, inclusion, and anti-r…
 
Meet Ben Buckwold, CEO of ESL Library – a company empowering language teachers to teach their best class, with exceptional content and courseware for all ages and levels and a custom platform used by language teachers in more than 10,000 schools around the world. In this episode, CEO and Founder Ben Buckwold speaks about being the first ESL learnin…
 
In the latest episode of MLI's Pod Bless Canada, MLI Senior Fellow Dr. Shawn Whatley speaks with Dr. Martha Fulford, associate professor of infectious diseases at McMaster University, about how Canadian policy makers have handled the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Fulford describes a mindset that has taken hold and has not evolved since the early days of t…
 
Cathy Weseluck is widely known as a prolific character actor who has provided the voices of Shampoo from Ranma 1/2, Spike in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Yuma in World Trigger and Cybersix, to list only a scant few. However, there's a very good chance that you've heard her in commercials, documentaries or other narration without even realiz…
 
More than half of Canadian adults don't have a will which can cause additional legal costs, family conflict, and unnecessary legal battles. Unfortunately getting a will done is very easy to procrastinate on as it can be a hassle to set up meetings with a lawyer, ask those difficult questions and be involved in all the back and forth that's required…
 
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