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No Little Plans

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No Little Plans

Community Foundations of Canada

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In 2015, the United Nations challenged the world to meet 17 big goals that have one encompassing ambition: Leave no one behind. The Sustainable Development Goals are meant to improve the health of the planet and the lives of everyone on it. We have until 2030 to achieve them. This is No Little Plans, a podcast about the state of SDG progress in Canada, featuring many of the people who are doing the most to help this country succeed.
 
For over 10 years, Malek has been sharing his passion for dance music. From his epic trance days to the progressive big room bangers and now to the deep and melodic sounds, his music evolved at the same pace he evolved into life. With listeners from 47 different countries his podcast has kept on growing in audience years after years.
 
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Stereo Playground

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Stereo Playground

Chris Girard and Simon Sheppard

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Stereo Playground is a weekly show by DJ and Producers, Simon Sheppard and Chris Girard. Each week will alternate between, Simon and Chris bringing you lush blend of new, classic and exclusive music. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stereo-Playground/327341650689845 http://www.facebook.com/simonsheppardmusic Twitter: @si_sheppard E-mail: info.stereoplayground@gmail.com
 
The First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa invites all those who seek after greater understanding and who are willing to work with others to build a better world to join us: for services on Sundays, for numerous volunteer efforts in our community at various times, and on this itunes account at any time, from anywhere. This podcast acts as an online home for the broadcasting and archiving of Sunday Sermons and other events taking place within the walls of our Congregation at 30 Cleary Avenue, ...
 
The FinTech Disrupticons by Fathom4sight is our newest series that highlights new startups that are changing the market with different business models, and innovative incumbents who are making progress in future-proofing their companies. It used to be that hindset was 20:20. That was so 2020. In 2022 and beyond, now its foresight that we need in order to stay relevant.
 
This podcast is designed to help you progress in french in which we will talk about various topics. Ask me questions about the french language, or anything pertaining to it and i'll try my best to answer you. If you want to chat, or take lessons, or seeking for advice to improve your french skills, you shall find me on instagram : @frenchwithash ! See you soon, and hope you enjoy this podcast!
 
Will Covid-19 reshape the global economy or simply shrink it? What are nations doing to protect jobs and businesses from the fallout, and what will the long-term consequences be for labor markets, global supply chains and government finances? On Stephanomics, a podcast hosted by Bloomberg Economics head Stephanie Flanders—the former BBC economics editor and chief market strategist for Europe at JPMorgan Asset Management—we combine reports from Bloomberg journalists around the world and conve ...
 
Looking to add a new number to your speed dial? Meet Nadine and Tarini. These best friends love talking on the phone to each other and are taking their conversation OTP to IRL. From pop culture to health and wellness to dating, follow their friendship as they navigate adulthood one candid conversation at a time. Subscribe now wherever you like to listen to your podcasts and stay connected through Instagram by following @ykwim.pod. New episodes released every Thursday
 
How is life experienced after five, ten, 20 years of sobriety? What did it take to get there, and how do you keep complacency at bay from the safe, solid foundation of long-term recovery? Through engaging dialogue with recovering addicts and alcoholics in differing stages of recovery, host Howard M. walks listeners through various “seasons” of sobriety, and what it takes to persevere through fears, resentment, sadness and joy. We all plateau and must commit to perpetual progress; Seasons of ...
 
A brand new Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn podcast with Hex and co-host Kema in the UK & Naes in Canada We provide info for new players, and dip our toes into some more advanced content as we progress through the game. We don't take ourselves too seriously, and promise to give you something to chuckle about as you learn the game with us :) If you want a FFXIV:ARR podcast with with a European flavour, and you're as daft as us, you've come to the right place!
 
Here we talk about mental health, relationship issues, and any other topics you want to Break Down!I t's been hard for all of us during covid, and many of us are afraid to speak up or speak out. I'm trying to create a platform where anyone and everyone is welcome, to share their stories, experiences, and how they've coped, they're coping, or even struggling. Each episode will consist of either new issues to tackle, or different guests with previously noted issues. This is a podcast about Me, ...
 
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do justice.

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do justice.

Shining Waters Regional Council: The United Church of Canada

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Formerly the Living Presence Podcast. Part social commentary, part spiritual reflection, part biblical study and part prayers for an aching world, *do justice. the podcast* examines the intersection of faith and the secular through a faith-based, social justice lens. Hosted by Bri-anne Swan, *do justice.* is brought to you by Shining Waters Regional Council, an administrative grouping within the United Church of Canada. --SOCIAL MEDIA-- https://www.facebook.com/shiningwatersregionalcouncil h ...
 
This podcast allows runners to connect and envision what they could become. Everyone starts somewhere but it’s how you move forward that determines which path you’ll take. For some, running is just exercise, however we believe it is much more than that: it’s mental, physical and in some cases even spiritual. Our guests are inspiring in terms of their accomplishments but they put one foot in front of the other just like everyone else.
 
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Phil interviews Tony Leah, Unifor Local 222 Political Action Committee Chairperson, about Max Blumenthal’s increasingly weird descent into COVID skepticism. Leah points out that Blumenthal claimed that the current pandemic is “not really a left-right issue”. Blumenthal mischaracterizes the opposition to vaccine mandates as “the medical freedom move…
 
There was a time when the relationship between the pharmaceutical industry and Justin Trudeau was described as ‘hostile’. The industry didn’t like the PM’s suggestion that domestic drug prices were too high and should be regulated. But now Trudeau is supporting the industry in its opposition to a drug patent waiver. Nikolas Barry-Shaw is trade and …
 
There is a crisis in nursing as people burned out from the pandemic flee from the profession. It’s resulted in some jurisdictions drawing on a previously underutilized resource: internationally-educated nurses. We talk about what needs to change about how internationally-educated nurses are accredited in Canada, with Chandra Kafle, who worked as a …
 
The world is on edge watching Russia's actions at the border with Ukraine. We get an update from CBC’s Briar Stewart, who’s back from the Ukrainian city of Donetsk. We also hear from Alexandra Chyczij, National President of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, about what Canada’s extensive Ukrainian diaspora wants from the federal government.…
 
Jessica Sewell was working as an administrative assistant in Burnaby, B.C., when she contracted COVID-19 last May. She tells Matt Galloway how her unpredictable long COVID-19 symptoms make it impossible to know whether she’ll be able to work as effectively as she was before getting infected. We also hear from Simon Décary, a professor of rehabilita…
 
When facing an economic crisis, the Fed's playbook normally skews toward juicing the economy too much rather than too little. After all, in the last go-round in 2007, being too stingy might have helped trigger a depression. Fifteen years later though, America's central bankers face the opposite problem: they need to move fast to cool inflation. Tha…
 
How do you forget your favourite person in the world? Alex remembers everything about the day a speeding police car killed his brother. But his brother, alive? Those memories are lost. And now, 30 years later, Alex wants them back. In this emotional four-part series, Alex unearths his childhood grief — with help from family, friends, and a therapis…
 
MCU Spotify Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1lkEgcHpnlXSCuvCIcBaqs?si=ee0fea92ebb34129 Find Us Online Cly: @clycloneMC Mario: @ThatMarioRivera Homework: Spider-Man 2 (2004) If you like the show, help us grow by spreading the word! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Review us on Apple Podcasts to help new listeners find the show. …
 
Last week, the federal government and First Nations leaders announced a $40 billion agreement-in-principle to compensate young people harmed by Canada’s discriminatory child welfare system. The agreement also sets aside half the money to reform the welfare system. This comes after a 15-year long fight begun by Cindy Blackstock and the First Nations…
 
We're back! Here's a teaser for what you can expect from Jen & Tesha in Season 2. www.nowwhatpod.com Support our drive to upgrade our audio equipment Buy Us a Coffee Patreon - and access special episodes and content Want to be a guest on the show? Email: nowwhat.podcast.info@gmail.com Instagram: @nowwhat_podcast Facebook: nowwhat.pod.community…
 
Offers: From Plantiga Go to plantiga.com/membership and learn how to build athletic longevity, prevent injury and increase your body's resilience. If you like what you see, use the promo code LeRunDown to get early access to Plantiga today. From Velofix This episode was brought to you by our friends at Velofix. DM @velofixquebec on IG to get your e…
 
The massing of 100,000 Russian troops on Ukraine’s border has prompted fears of an invasion — and global leaders are scrambling to reduce tensions. We discuss what could happen, and Canada’s role, with Illia Ponomarenko, defence reporter with the Kyiv Independent; Aurel Braun, a professor of international relations and political science at the Univ…
 
When Quadriga CEO Gerald Cotten died suddenly in 2018, the passcodes for his cryptocurrency exchange died with him. His clients were locked out of about $250 million, and investigators later found widespread fraud. Matt Galloway talks to his widow, Jennifer Robertson, about what she did and didn’t know.…
 
Transcripts are available here: http://bit.ly/pip-transcripts. Find Us Online Fiona: @Zuraniix Cly: @clycloneMC Harv: @Beardandthehair Frank: @Kestrel1A Mario: @ThatMarioRivera If you like the show, help us grow by spreading the word! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Review us on Apple Podcasts to help new listeners find the show. Want to…
 
Three members of President Biden’s former COVID-19 Advisory Board—Luciana Borio, MD, Ezekiel Emanuel, MD, PhD, and Mike Osterholm, PhD—discuss their recent JAMA Viewpoints, providing their ideas on strategies for public health as COVID-19 transitions from pandemic to endemic. Hosted by JAMA Associate Editor Preeti Malani, MD. Related Content: A Nat…
 
Swoop there it is! Daire Burke, Head of Swoop Canada, joins us for our 1st episode of Season 4, and 1st episode of The FinTech Disrupticons as Fathom4sight. Swoop is a new fintech entrant to Canada in late 2021 from the UK/Ireland. https://swoopfunding.com/ca/ Swoop is a one-stop-shop for SME's and their advisors to find funding such as loans, gran…
 
Pfizer's new COVID-19 drug has been approved for use in Canada, but some experts have their concerns. They say its usefulness may be limited by the testing and timeframe requirements to receive it, and the sheer number of Omicron cases that Canada's public health system is struggling to deal with. We talk with infectious disease expert Dr. Ilan Sch…
 
This month marks 20 years since the opening of a U.S. prison at Guantánamo Bay, despite repeated U.S. presidential promises to close it. We talk to Ramzi Kassem, a professor of law at the City University of New York, who has also defended 14 detainees at Guantanamo; and Carol Rosenberg, a military affairs reporter for the New York Times and author …
 
Archbishop Desmond Tutu passed away on December 26 at the age of 90. For much of the 1970s and 80s, Tutu was one of the foremost critics of apartheid, the South African government’s official policy of racial segregation. After apartheid ended in the early '90s, Tutu was named chair of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. This part of…
 
Multiple sclerosis has affected millions of people worldwide — but there is now fresh evidence that it’s triggered in part by the Epstein-Barr virus. Matt Galloway talks to Allison Markin, who has been living with MS for almost 20 years; and Dr. Jiwon Oh, medical director of the Barlo Multiple Sclerosis Program at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto.…
 
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