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Ontario Creates, an agency of the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries is the central catalyst for the province’s cultural media cluster including book publishing, film and television, interactive digital media, magazine publishing and music industries. Ontario Creates Podcasts share ongoing conversations among decision-makers in the cultural media industries.
 
Former political staffers Sam Andrey, Chris Martin, Alvin Tedjo, Garima Talwar-Kapoor and Alexi White used to give advice to Ontario cabinet ministers. Join them for a regular, open, and frank discussion on the policy and strategy behind current political events in Ontario.
 
The husband and wife team of Christian “Filly” Filimon and Amanda “The Panda” Filimon talk all things Ontario Fury, a professional indoor soccer team playing in Major Arena Soccer League (MASL). Hear original content, player, personnel, and fan interviews, team news, game breakdowns and so much more.
 
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Have you heard the buzz? We’ve got electrical safety tips for Licensed Electrical Contractors, Master and certified electricians working in Ontario. Hosted by the Electrical Safety Authority’s Josie Erzetic, we’ll explore best safety practices with ESA technical advisors and experts to arm you with the tools you need to get your job done safely! Plus hear about emerging industry trends, potential hazards, new bulletins and updates to the Ontario Electrical Safety Code. Stay informed and stay ...
 
OntarioSnowmobiler.ca is a Talk Radio Show (Podcast) hosted by snowmobilers for snowmobilers. Join your hosts Dave (Krusty) Hunt and Paul (Yukon) Ineson weekly, as they provide you with current news from the snowmobiling world. They use our Facebook page, toll free message line (1-855-651-4401) and other sources to gather news and tips which they discuss on the show. So feel free to provide your input, share your ideas and let them know what you want to hear!
 
The history of small-town Ontario is exciting and relevant to Canada and North America. Our goal is to use emerging technologies to present the stories that weave the makeup of our province in a way that is interesting and accessible to young and old alike. We create sets of modern, entertaining media meant to teach, preserve and promote our past. We are a non-profit venture funded primarily by the Ontario Trillium Foundation in partnership with the Living History Multimedia Association.
 
The history of small-town Ontario is exciting and relevant to Canada and North America. Our goal is to use emerging technologies to present the stories that weave the makeup of our province in a way that is interesting and accessible to young and old alike. We create sets of modern, entertaining media meant to teach, preserve and promote our past. We are a non-profit venture funded primarily by the Ontario Trillium Foundation in partnership with the Living History Multimedia Association.
 
The Ontario SPCA Animals' Voice Pawdcast features the latest hot topics in the Animal Welfare industry from a variety of knowledgeable and friendly guests. Some past guests include Dave Salmoni from Animal Planet, Tanya Kim, John Douglas - Former FBI Profiler, and Mieshelle Nagelschneider - The Cat Whisperer. About the Ontario SPCA: Through its province-wide network of 50 plus Communities, the Ontario SPCA is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in the country, pr ...
 
The Calvary Chapel Church has been formed as a fellowship of believers in the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Our supreme desire is to know Christ and be conformed into His image by the power of the Holy Spirit. We are not a denominational church, nor are we opposed to denominations as such, only their over-emphasis of doctrinal differences that have led to the division of the body of Christ. We believe that the only true basis of Christian fellowship is His (Agape) love, which is greater than any ...
 
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New season. New hosts. The Ontario Reign broadcasting team of Jared Shafran and Josh Schaefer are here to keep you up to date on the 2021-22 Reign season. In their first episode Jared and Josh give their initial impressions of the Reign's 4-0-1 start, highlight some standout players and hear from Reign GM Rich Seeley.…
 
Shortages in everything from petri dishes to truck drivers is costing jobs and raising prices. Sandra Pupatello, former Ontario Minister of Economic Development and Trade and co-chair of a new advocacy group called Reshoring Canada, says Canada needs to revamp its supply chains to make them more secure.…
 
A property owner from Toronto had his contractors clear-cut a portion of land to make space for a large cottage on Sugar Loaf Island in Lake Joseph in Muskoka. As a result the people involved could in this breach of are facing up to $320 thousand in fines. We have reaction to the situation from Phil Harding the Mayor of Muskoka Lakes; CBC producer …
 
We talk about beer releases, revisiting breweries, and a whole lotta Dune. Okay, not much Dune. Theme: Cold Funk by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com Ad Music: Jingle Jazz by Quantum Jazz Support us on Patreon: https://tinyurl.com/OCBGPodcast Don't forget to donate to these amazing organizations! https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/#donate…
 
Episode Notes As the number of Ontarians seeking mental health supports continues to rise, we have decided to use this week as a chance to share a reminder of the services DCO, our Members, and ONTX have to offer. If you are in need of support, please do not hesitate to reach out. Visit www.dcontario.org to find a list of our Member centres, additi…
 
The OAHN bovine quarterly podcast report gives a quick update on laboratory data from Q2 with Dr. Rebecca Egan (AHL), and Dr. Cynthia Miltenburg (OMAFRA) and Dr. David Renaud (OVC) discuss disease test results from of cattle purchased into Ontario beef and dairy herds. For more information, veterinarians can login to access full quarterly reports a…
 
Guess who's back? Back Again! On this episode of Stryking Fury, Filly and Jonathan sit down via the Zoom universe with returning goalkeeper Chris Toth. Chris tells us about his time on Tacoma, playing on the US Mens National Beach Soccer team, a fun story about his legendary father and of course about how excited he is to be back to Ontario. In cas…
 
Revenue Model Innovation in the Creative Industries – Friday September 24, 2021The creative industries were among the sectors most adversely impacted by the pandemic. Hear how the pandemic pushed companies to redefine their traditional revenue models and content offerings in order to adapt to a radically different environment. How have these innova…
 
In Episode 12 of the London, Ontario Real Estate Podcast, Phil discusses the Fall 2021 real estate market in London and area while drinking an Anderson Craft Ales local beer. What's your favourite brewery in London? Feel free to reach out with any questions at any time via email or by text. Learn more about London real estate here - www.philbailey.…
 
COP26 starts at the end of the week in Glasgow, Scotland and Peterborough youth observer Malaika Collette will be attending. She joins us to share what she'll be looking out for at the high stakes conference on climate change; A new report commissioned by Ontario University Athletics says student athletes, coaches and administrators are facing exce…
 
We put in a call to Diana Sarosi of Oxfam Canada for reaction to a new report called "A Dose Of Reality", that examines global vaccine inequity; Erica Johnson of CBC's Go Public tells us how a car rental agency tried to claim that a customer was liable for damages even after he had dropped of the vehicle; Fyonna Vanderwerf, the owner of Hive Muskok…
 
To help mark Islamic History Month in Canada we chat with Gananoque author Murray Hogben who travelled across the country gathering stories of Canadian Muslim pioneers for his book 'called 'Minarets on the Horizon: Pioneer Muslims in Canada.'; A new study from Western University in London examined just how much more time kids have been spending loo…
 
Several organizations are working hard to try and diversify councils around the province so they better reflect the populations they serve. Women and people of colour continue to be under-represented, as well as people with disabilities and the LGBTQ community. Peterborough councilor, Kemi Akapo who is originally from Nigeria, tells us about the ef…
 
The Heart and Stroke Foundation Canada is drawing attention to the fact that patients with heart disease and stroke have suffered from insufficient care during the pandemic. The organization surveyed doctors who confirmed that they're worried about patient outcomes. We have reaction from Dr. Clare Atzema an Emergency Physician at the Sunnybrook Hea…
 
We issue a correction from last week along with talking about the return of Because Beer, a smaller Cask Days, and more news that includes a closure and some fun beer names. Theme: Cold Funk by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com Ad Music: Jingle Jazz by Quantum Jazz Support us on Patreon: https://tinyurl.com/OCBGPodcast Don't forget to donate to these…
 
The CBC's Allison Devereaux shares her conversations with people who are experiencing homelessness in smaller communities such as Goderich to better understand how the housing crunch has affected them; Developing countries lack access to climate change-related research, a new study suggests. Warren Mabee, the director of the Institute for Energy an…
 
Episode Notes This week we are exploring the topic of Seasonal Affective Disorder and how to maintain your mental health during the fall and winter months with Sabrina, a mental health advocate and Counselling Psychology Masters student. Please remember that if you are in distress, crisis, or otherwise need support, you can reach out to your closes…
 
Should the Ford government follow through on its election promise to allow beer and wine sales in convenience stores? Convenience Industry Council of Canada President Anne Kothawala says yes. But some worry about the social and financial consequences, including the potential cost to taxpayers of changing a contract with the Beer Store.…
 
Peterborough has been ranked number one in the province when it comes to the health of local democracy. Dave Meslin, of the non-profit Unlock Democracy which conducted the study tells us more about what they learned; What's at stake at the upcoming COP26 conference on climate change? We ask Isabelle Turcotte of the Pembina Institute; The aftermath …
 
Ed Lawrence on the difference donations of fresh produce can make. Plus advice on transplanting perennials, mimosa seedlings and raspberries; propogating calla lilies; and what to do about maple tree wilt; too many mushrooms; mold in potting soil and more.
 
Changes are being recommended to improve communication between coroners and grieving families in Ontario - something families and advocates say is long overdue. The CBC's Logan Turner has more from Thunder Bay; Barbara Perry, from the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism at Ontario Tech University in Oshawa discusses the creation of the position of a…
 
The new campus for the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre will be located in Innsifil. We find out more from Janice Skot. the President and C-E-O of RVH; The land crossing at the U.S. border will reopen for non-essential travel next month. What are the risks for people considering travelling south? Eric Arts, a professor of microbiology and immu…
 
You tell us how the pandemic prompted job changes for you --- from pilot to truck driver, from lawyer to plumber. We also hear from a gynecologist who just put out her debut album! With Amy Deacon, founder of Toronto Wellness Counselling.
 
The folks at Half Hours on Earth are leaving the beer game, breweries are leaving Mikkeller's beer fest, and Toronto is being graced with another Rush beer from Henderson! Theme: Cold Funk by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.com Support us on Patreon: https://tinyurl.com/OCBGPodcast Don't forget to donate to these amazing organizations! https://blackliv…
 
So actor William Shatner who portrayed Capt.James T. Kirk in the original Star Trek will ride with Blue Origin to the edge of space. So is this just a fad or the beginning of a new era in space flight? We ask astrophysicist Jesse Rogerson; Is Brexit to blame for the economic woes people in the U.K. are enduring? Alys Denby, an editor with CAPX, the…
 
Professional personal trainer Trevor Pickett talks about 'mirror' the new exercise system from Lululemon and other home workout technology; There's a new documentary about Kingston's first women's hockey club called 'The Kingston Red Barons: Born at the Right Time.' Winger Annabelle Twiddy shares her memories of playing the game; Rosa Marchitelli f…
 
Episode Notes Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Distress and Crisis Ontario! This week the podcast explores the Indigenous perspective of Thanksgiving by sharing an article written by a member of the Wasauksing First Nation. If you would like to explore further resources for reconciliation, reconciliationcanada.ca is a good place to start. If yo…
 
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