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Toronto’s new top pair, it’s First Up with Michael Landsberg and Carlo Colaiacovo, 6-10am on TSN 1050. Both born and bred in the city, the charismatic Landsberg brings his entertaining style and strong opinions alongside former Maple Leaf Colaiacovo, who with his 14 years experience in the NHL, brings you inside the locker room like very few can.
 
Host Mike Maples Jr from venture capital firm FLOODGATE offers lessons from the startup super performers—BEFORE they were successful—featuring interviews with some of Silicon Valley’s most legendary entrepreneurs and thought leaders, including Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen, LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, Nextdoor co-founder Sarah Leary, Instagram founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Kreiger, and more.
 
Every weekday, TSN 1050's Mike DiStefano brings you the Locked On Leafs Podcast. Join Mike for a daily listen about what's going on with the Toronto Maple Leafs, featuring top-notch pre/post-game analyses of each game, great guest interviews, and inside information from one of Toronto's most passionate voices. If you're a Leafs fan or a rival NHL fan looking to find out what the pulse is like in Leaf land, this is the podcast for you. Part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
 
Tall Can Audio is an Ontario-based sports, craft beer, comedy and culture pod with a focus on the NHL and beyond. Join Matt Robinson, Rob Christy, Michaela Schreiter and the rest of the TCA Crew as we sample a local craft beer on each show while discussing whatever's on our minds from the world of sports, music, or anything else that's making us laugh that day. Plus tons of great guests thrown in to the mix as we go. Yes - we could be accused of occasionally going a little overboard on the T ...
 
The Athletic is the premium destination of Toronto insider scoop, player analysis, & expert opinion for fans that get it. The Athletic Maple Leafs podcast is Joshua Kloke & David Alter Theme Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) - Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
 
The Leafs on Deck podcast takes an in-depth look at the Toronto Maple Leafs prospects. Jacob Stoller and Mike Stephens evaluate whose up next in the team's depth chart, who to look out for down the road, and the development of recent AHL graduates in the AHL. With in depth coverage of Leafs prospects, you're going to love our podcast with new shows every Thursday.
 
The Blue N' White Tonight Podcast is a weekly show that discusses the Toronto Maple Leafs both past and present. Join host Robb Ellis along with his cohosts Jude MacDonald and Mike "In Buffalo" Augello as they jump into everything Leafs. Featuring awesome guests including former players, coaches, and current media members. A must-listen for all Toronto Maple Leafs fans!
 
At Maple City Baptist Church, we seek to preach and teach biblically faithful, gospel-centered messages that are relevant to our daily lives. We hope you're blessed and encouraged as we strive together to live out the Gospel and bring glory to our Father.For more information about Maple City or to contact us, please visit maplecitybaptistchurch.com
 
Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes of your favourite homegrown films and TV shows? It’s time to pop the Maple Popcorn, go behind the camera and meet the people who are making it happen. Discover exclusive interviews with Canadian icons and hear them talk about Canadian flicks and even break the fifth wall to share set anecdotes. A podcast produced by The Brand is Female, powered by Telefilm Canada.
 
The Tip In Maple Leafs Podcast is an entertaining show brought to you by two unfiltered life long friends and Leafs fans. Follow along every episode as hosts Chad and Dale go in depth on all matters relating to the Toronto Maple Leafs. A look at every game, every transaction, every roller coaster emotion this team puts their life long fans through year after year. With great segments, awesome guests and a very entertaining approach to bringing you Toronto Maple Leafs talk these guys are the ...
 
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A team of South Island scientists thinks they may have found a way to produce maple syrup in New Zealand. Maple syrup is an iconically North American product - the sap to make the syrup is harvested from maple trees in wild 'sugar bush' forests - but there could be new ways of growing the trees here. A small plantation of maple trees was planted ne…
 
In this episode Chad and Dale have taken a step back and come to discuss the Leafs and the upcoming off season with a fresh mind. We look at management, the post season interviews, the salary cap and a special cutting room floor clip of the show makes it to air.All this and more on the Tip In Maple Leafs PodcastThank you for listening.Follow us Fac…
 
Back in January Mike DiStefano had Ken Stapon on the show and they made over/under predictions on 11 different Mapel Leafs prop bets for the 2020-2021 season. Today we revisit those props and see who did it best! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign u…
 
Chris Henderson of Jays Journal returns to the show to join Justin and Patrick for a look back at our preseason thoughts. Take a listen to hear who was right about Steven Matz, Nate Pearson, Marcus Semien, Jordan Romano and more! Who has been the biggest positive surprise? The biggest disappointment? The Jays are headed to Chicago to start a tough …
 
Just Bob and John today - much to Bob's dismay -as scheduling conflicts left the two to talk about a variety of topics amongst themselves. The gentlemen discuss the Canadian governments decision to allow NHL teams to cross the boarder once the 3rd round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin. Conversation moves to the Montreal Canadians and how their in…
 
Justin Bourne, co-host of Hockey Central, joins Ben & JD to discuss his lasting takeaways from the Maple Leafs’ playoff exit, what went wrong against the Canadiens, Mitch Marner’s lack of accountability, Zach Hyman’s value on the open market, and Toronto’s top priorities this off-season. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of…
 
You know him for his roles as the quintessential bad boy in both Canadian and American films and TV series, but behind Kim Coates' tough guy exterior is a proud Canuck, with humble roots in the Canadian Prairies. Growing up playing hockey on the rinks in Saskatchewan, Kim dreamt of making it into the NHL. That is, before he took a drama course that…
 
Details of the torturous electric shock therapy inflicted on children have been laid out in grim detail at the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care. For the next two weeks the hearing will examine how those as young as eight were given the treatment while in state care at the Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital in the 1970s. Our reporter, Andrew McRae h…
 
Toyota NZ CEO Neeraj Lala told Checkpoint the company is concerned people might delay a vehicle purchase, thinking an electric option would soon be on the market. "That's a big concern for us. We followed up with a comment there, just to clarify Toyota's position. And that was that we weren't in a position to make a full battery electric Hilux avai…
 
There's growing pressure on the Fijian government to urgently lock down the nation as Covid-19 spreads out of control. Fiji announced a record 105 cases yesterday with the national tally since April now more than 1,000. But the government is resisting calls for a 28-day lockdown, saying it would destroy the country's economy. RNZ Pacific's Adam Jac…
 
A formal apology is coming from the government for the "dehumanising and terrorising treatment" committed during the Dawn Raids of the 1970s. The raids were carried out to uncover and deport overstayers and took place very early in the morning or late at night. The government's acknowledged they were severe with demeaning, verbal and physical treat…
 
Welcome in to an all new Monday morning edition of the Tall Can Audio podcast with Rob and Matt. On the show today: the usual craft beer pre-amble, your favourite local patio to try a beer or two, how TV networks should be handling major injuries or emergencies like the one we saw this weekend at Euro 2020, the Blue Jays bullpen is costing the team…
 
A major awareness campaign around the risks of taking and sharing nudes has been launched. Netsafe and the Classification Office Te Mana Whakaatu have teamed up to help guide rangatahi - for instance the do's and don'ts of sharing intimate photos - and the impact that unsolicited pics can have on people. Max Towle speaks to a Classification Office'…
 
The Waitangi National Trust is working towards a decision on whether women can speak on the paepae at Waitangi next year. Earlier this year, National's leader Judith Collins was not allowed to speak there, and her deputy, Shane Reti, who is of Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Hine descent, issued a challenge to make it fair for all women. Max Towle speaks to RNZ'…
 
A surge in Covid cases in Fiji shows little sign of slowing - the country yesterday registered a record 105 new infections. Yet the government is resisting calls for a national lockdown, saying it could devastate the economy. Opposition leaders have been calling for that lockdown - or a state of emergency. There are now almost 800 active cases in F…
 
The Abuse in Care inquiry has been told that electric shock treatment given to children at Lake Alice Psychiatric Hospital in the 1970s was akin to torture. Electroconvulsive therapy - or ECT - was used on children who had no psychiatric illnesses as a means of controlling them while in the hospital's child and adolescent unit. RNZ reporter Andrew …
 
An Auckland-based film producer is pulling out of a proposed film about the aftermath of the Christchurch terror attacks. The movie, 'They are Us', will focus on the prime minister's response in the week following the attacks, and is set to star Australian actress Rose Byrne as Jacinda Ardern. The New Zealand producer Philippa Campbell, has just an…
 
Bill joins Kathryn to look at at Abbeyfield, a housing initiative that offers independent living for older people in the company of others, by a largely volunteer community provider. Residents pay reasonable food and board, with none of the complications of retirement villages. Should more investment go into similar community endeavours? Bill McKay…
 
Duck shooting season is underway in various parts of the country - so we're looking at the many ways to serve the game bird. Jenny Garing Is a food writer, loves opportunities to teach culinary skills and she also creates exotic spice blends for her Ground Gourmet Essentials range. She is presenting a Blenheim community cooking course later this mo…
 
Kathryn, Neale and Brigitte discuss the Government's electric vehicle rebate scheme which will be funded through levies on high emission new cars and imports. Also the Immigration Minister's visa extension for 10.000 foreign workers. Neale Jones was Chief of Staff to Labour Leader Jacinda Ardern, and prior to that was Chief of Staff to Andrew Littl…
 
Australian author Suzanne McCourt, found inspiration for her latest novel from a diary sent to her husband in the post. It had come from his Uncle Kazimierz in Poland, and contained the details of his father and uncle and the life they led under occupation - Russian and German - through the most devastating wars of the 20th century. Suzanne's husba…
 
In the Pod today: a recruiter wants more grunty part time work to suit mums; the government announces a subsidy for those wanting to buy an electric vehicle - National's Transport spokesperson Michael Woodhouse is not so keen; and a petition against a film about the Christchurch terrorist attacks gathers more than 50-thousand signatures.…
 
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