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Canadian True Crime

Kristi Lee | Canadian True Crime

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Join Kristi Lee - an Australian who moved to Canada over a decade ago, for an immersive deep dive into some of the country’s most thought-provoking true crime cases. Using facts curated from court documents, inquiry reports and news archives, Kristi carefully unravels each case—exposing pitfalls of the criminal justice system that all Canadians need to know about. At least two new episodes a month. Learn more at www.canadiantruecrime.ca. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform ...
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Historian David Borys dives deep into the fascinating world of Canadian history in this bi-weekly podcast exploring everything from the wonderful to the weird to the downright dark. Get add free content at Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Follow Craig Baird as he explores the good, the bad and the weird of Canada's history from the pre-colonial era to 25 years ago. Whatever you want to know about Canadian history, this is your one-stop shop.
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Canadian Taxpayers Podcast

Canadian Taxpayers Federation

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This podcast is for Canadians who want lower taxes, less waste and more accountable government. We go beyond the politics to push for policies that shrink tax bills. We break exclusive news stories about government waste that aren’t covered by the media. And we enforce accountability and transparency for politicians in every political party. Join the Canadian Taxpayers Federation at taxpayer.com.
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Unsolved Canadian Mysteries

Unsolved Canadian Mysteries

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Behind every feel-good Canadian story is another that is dark, twisted and mysterious. Come listen and learn about the stories that shook the nation -- or maybe didn't -- in our new podcast series, Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, with co-hosts Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman.
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If you want to learn English you've come to the right place. I'm Bob the Canadian and I make videos on Youtube (Just search for "Bob the Canadian" on Youtube!) as well as podcasts right here to help you learn English. Each week I teach a lesson and I host a question and answer session about the English language. During these sessions I will my best to answer as many questions as I can that you have about the English language!
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Welcome to the Canadian Specific Podcast, not specifically about Canada. During each episode I sit down with a friend or new acquaintance and kill time talking about whatever is on our mind. Hope you enjoy.
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Your hosts James and Mike, with the occasional guest, look at the Canadian wargames scene. We're interested in miniature wargaming, board (hex and counter) games, and how Canadian military history inspires some of our projects. We hope to help tell the stories of a small but dynamic hobby scene in a big country.
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The Canadian Investor

Braden Dennis & Simon Belanger

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The Podcast For Canadian Investors. The podcast features in depth discussion around individual stocks and various investing strategies while incorporating the nuances of Canadian investment vehicles. Show hosts Braden Dennis and Simon Belanger bring both experience, fresh takes, well-researched information and entertainment to an investing podcast for Canadians.
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Luke Caldwell, Michael Pituley and Darryl Fitzgerald host a show talking about all things Lawn Bowls. From International play right to the grassroots in Canada as well as Coaching tips, Interviews and lots more! Whether you are just discovering the sport, love bowls or just love talking sports, in general, this is the place for you!
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Canadian Asian Missional Podcast

Shu-Ling Lee / Bernard Tam / Xenia Chan / Jon Nip - Canadian Asian Pastors

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A monthly podcast discussing all things related to being Canadian and Asian and joining God in His mission to renew and restore all things in this world through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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Welcome to the Canadian Skiing Podcast with 2x Olympian and National Ski Team alumni Jesse Cockney. This show will explore Canada’s cross-country skiing landscape and deliver insights from the characters that make it the vibrant community it is. We’ll be interviewing athletes, coaches, techs, officials, volunteers and supporters of cross-country skiing from coast to coast to coast.
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"Parc Ferm(eh)" is your Canadian Formula 1 fix! We're Canadian dudes obsessed with all things F1, bringing you the latest from the track with a dash of maple flavour. Join us weekly for race recaps, news, and a unique Canadian take on the world's fastest sport. Whether you're an F1 veteran or new to the grid, we're here for it - Canadian style.
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The Canadian Real Estate Show

Darryl Frankfort and TK Butler

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The Canadian Real Estate Show is about everything Real Estate and whatever else we end up talking about. We discuss Canadian real estate with a particular focus on the Greater Toronto Area. We regularly touch on topics like: -Toronto Real Estate -Canadian Real Estate -Real Estate Investing -Real Estate Development -The economy -The Government -Technology -"Conspiracy theories" A weekly deep dive into the current Canadian Real estate News.
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How are music therapists changing the lives of people in Canada? What is the latest research and trends? Join music therapist, Adrienne Pringle and business leader, Cathy Thompson as they connect with fascinating guests for conversations about the world of music therapy – from research to thought leadership. Guests share their stories about the impact of music therapy to improve our health and well-being.
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Canadian Health Information Podcast

Canadian Institute for Health Information

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The Canadian Health Information Podcast (CHIP), brought to you by the Canadian Institute for Health Information, offers in-depth conversations about Canada’s health systems featuring people and data you can trust. We speak to the people behind the health policy and data, as well as to those working hard on the front lines, and discuss the work being done to keep Canadians healthy. Check out our website at www.cihi.ca/podcast Vous préférez les balados français? Voyez le Balado d’information s ...
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Could the financial strategies that appear flawless on paper be leading us astray in the real world? We're peeling back the layers of investment principles to reveal why some inefficiencies might just be your portfolio's best friends. Taking a page from Morgan Housel's "Same as Ever: A Guide to What Never Changes," we delve into the unexpected virt…
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We're back!! It's been awhile but Jesse is here to talk about the upcoming season of The French-Canadian Legacy Podcast. 10 New Interview episodes are recorded and will be coming out. In this short preview Jesse will talk about each guest we have and a little about what the episode will be about.Next week will be our first bonus episode with Melody…
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"Canada's claim to the Arctic derives from the Franklin expedition and the search that evolved out of it." We’ve touched on the Franklin expedition in several other Explore podcast episodes, so we're excited to be taking the first proper deep dive into the story now with Ken McGoogan, an author who has been passionately writing about this topic for…
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Welcome to Canada, where you pay a federal sales tax so Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can cover the interest payments on his government’s credit card. That’s literally what’s happening. Interest charges on Canada’s debt will be $54 billion this year. GST revenues will be $54 billion. On top of soaring interest charges, the federal budget includes m…
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For centuries, pirates such as Ned Low and Black Bart, came to Canadian shores to rob fishermen, steal ships, restock supplies and pick up new crews. Some pirates were nice, others were bloodthirsty, but all were interesting. Artwork/logo design by Janet Cordahi Support: patreon.com/canadaehx Merch: canadaehx.com/shop Donate: buymeacoffee.com/craig…
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FRIENDS AND ENEMIES Join us for some QUALITY Bitcoin and economics talk, with a Canadian focus, every Monday at 7 PM EST. -Another halving-Runes are going to ruin a bunch of shitcoiners-Binance’s USDC move-Braiins is lightning quick-What’s up with mining pools-More privacy for bitcoin nodesand so much more From a couple of Canucks who like to talk …
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How do bureaucratic documents create and reproduce a state’s capacity to see? What kinds of worlds do documents help create? Further, how might such documentary practices and settler colonial ways of seeing be refused? Settler Colonial Ways of Seeing: Documentation, Administration, and the Interventions of Indigenous Art (Fordham University Press, …
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From staffing shortages and physician burnout to department closures and lengthy wait times, there is little question that Canada’s emergency departments are overwhelmed. Some EDs are so busy that hallways are packed with gurneys of patients waiting days to be admitted or, in some cases, choosing to walk away without receiving the emergency care th…
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In this episode, Simon and Braden explore Canada's job market post-Covid, examining how public, private, and self-employed sectors have diverged in their recovery trajectories. In the next segment, they discuss BCE's recent earnings and guidance. They look at BCE’s dividend and why it may not be sustainable for the long term. Simon and Braden finis…
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NORTHWESTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA [Part 2 of 2 ] The story of Sheslay Free Mike ends in a harrowing stand-off—and a great tragedy. Special thanks to Garry Rodgers, Bob Buday, and Ed Hill. Voice of Michael Oros: Craig Baird of Canadian History EHX podcast This month, Canadian True Crime has donated to the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime. F…
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#canadianrealestate #canada #realestate #toronto #vancouver #calgary The Canadian Real Estate ShowDarryl Frankfort from DealCore Properties and TK Butler from The Frank Leo and Associates discuss the Canadian Real Estate Market in depth from their own unique perspectives with a particular focus on The Toronto Real estate Market. Check out THE NEW C…
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On the latest episode of CGE Radio J. Richard Jones welcomes Lori Turnbull, Professor at Dalhousie University and Deputy Editor at Canadian Government Executive along with Michael Wernick who holds the Jarislowsky Chair in Public Sector Management at the University of Ottawa, and is also the former Clerk of the Privy Council. He is uniquely suited …
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Adriel, Kyle, Kelly, Dave, and Mike are on to talk about gun shows. The state of current shows, the future of shows if they continue the way they do. What they should change and the need of a new show for the west The post Episode 551 – New Western Gun Show? appeared first on Slam Fire Radio.저자 Slam Fire Radio
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This week we try and figure out why @CarlosSainz has found himself without a drive. The second driver domino falls, as #FernandoAlonso signs his 2 year deal with #AstonMartin. #Mercedes continues to struggle, as they are finding themselves becoming the 5th fastest car on the grid. And of course, we preview the #ChineseGP! Welcome to PARC FERM(EH) -…
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Strap in for a deep dive into the Canadian world of firearms and content creation in the latest episode of the MCS podcast. In this episode we are joined by one of Canada's biggest GunTubers, Alex, better known as Epik Arms. Alex and Pat discuss the challenges faced by content creators in the firearms industry in Canada, compared to the United Stat…
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In this episode, we are speaking with Kristen DiMarco about her journey to becoming a music therapist and her specialization in pediatric hospice work. Kristen also tells us more about her vision for the future of the profession of music therapy in Canada. Here is a little more about Kristen: Kristen DiMarco, a certified Music Therapist and Registe…
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In this episode, I expose the dangerous reality behind fraudulent Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIA) in Canada, illustrating the severe financial and legal consequences for foreign workers purchasing these jobs in hopes of securing Canadian Work Permit and PR. 📞 To schedule a call: pcici.ca/consultation 📬 Email: info@pcici.ca Download the huge…
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I’m sure all our listeners at some point in their lives have encountered an uncomfortable moment when discussing sex and sexuality, and in many places and communities within Canada discussions of sex are still quite taboo. Today, we’re breaking that taboo and asking some real questions about sex in Canada. How has the subject of sex in Canada chang…
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Get your Bruce Buffer voices ready because, "IT'S TIME!". Connor and Wade are back with the Tuesday episode and today is finally the day. The duo go through a full three round mock draft diving into picks and highlighting some prospects along the way! Review, subscribe and tell a friend to help us bring you even more Canadian football content.…
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Now that it is possible to talk openly about high immigration, we are seeing ideas being expressed that are on the more extreme side. CPC must distance itself from these ideas and people. *** Independent voices are more important than ever in today’s Canada. I am happy to add my voice to the public discussions on current issues & policy, and gratef…
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What does the work of painter Renoir and his paintings of full-bodied women (2.15; 12.34), and tanning beds (2:30) have to do with the Quebecois author Marie Claire Blais (3:15) and La Belle Bette/Mad Shadows (3:20)? Have a listen to today’s episode to find out … In this episode, Linda looks at Blais’s Mad Shadows and its historical importance to Q…
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Eva Chipiuk is a Lawyer with Masters in Alternate Dispute Resolution. She questioned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the stand. She speaks english, French, Spanish and Polish. Eva joins me to discuss how Canadians can better engage with the democratic process in Canada. Eva is a founder and facilitator for Courses offered through Empowered Canadia…
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🎧 Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/canadian-prepper-podcast/id1438644563 💰 Support the Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/canadianprepperpodcast 🌐 Join the Discord Community: https://discord.gg/aSzyJ2MPDV 🛍️ Get your Prepper Gear at Rapid Survival: https://www.rapidsurvival.com/shop/ 💊 Jase Medical - Emergency P…
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Today we shall be talking about Pneumonia! What an exciting topic. According to Dr William Osler considered to be the “father of modern medicine” and who trained at McGill, pneumonia is known as “the old man’s friend” he wrote, “"Pneumonia may well be called the friend of the aged. Taken off by it in an acute, not often painful illness, the old man…
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Welcome to this free English lesson about plants. Plants are one of the coolest things on the planet earth, and if you want to be able to talk about them in English, then this lesson is for you! In this English class I will talk about plant vocabulary and I'll also be using a lot of English phrases to talk about plants. In this English lesson I wil…
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Hello, is this thing on? Does it still work? Yes, in the spirit of all things Easter, this podcast has risen, or at least, roused itself from its slumber. In this catch-up issue, James and Mike get together on air for the first time since last October. No interesting guest, just us. In a little over an hour, we talk about: Ho…
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With the final Nations Cup of the season nearing, Sarah Van Dam was in Milton, Ont., with the Canadian squad getting ready for the event. Since the Olympics are only a few months away, the Nations Cup is a key part of the qualification process for Paris. Van Dam and the other riders on the team pursuit squad are after a top-eight place at minimum. …
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Episode 79 of The Canadian Bowler Show! Join us LIVE to discuss everything bowls! Things are starting to move along as the North Hemisphere Season is only a few months away! We have news about @BowlsCanadaBoulingrin National Team for 2023-2026, World Para Championship in South Africa, RorarFest coming to Calgary Lawn Bowling Club, World Bowls Indoo…
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Adam Buchnea attended summer camps as a kid and worked at them before becoming an Ontario teacher. He loved working with younger people and helping them develop In 2013, he and another Phys-Ed colleague turned their passion into a camp they named Rouge Valley Sports Camp. They now have multiple locations running and train and employ many counsellor…
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In our twenty-fourth episode of Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman discuss Edwin Fuhr's close encounter of the second kind, which occurred on Septemeber 1st, 1974. Edwin Fuhr was a farmer near Langenburg, Saskatchewan and was out one morning harvesting his canola, when he rode his swather up a small hill on his property. …
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Mark Buchanan sits down with us again to explore everything from how storytelling forms us to our addiction to control. He articulates how narratives help us navigate the truths of life and our identity, emphasizing the significance of weaving hope-filled, gospel-rooted stories into the fabric of our cultural imagination. Throughout our conversatio…
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In this episode, we chat about Team Canada's top moments from the 2023-24 winter season. Do you know someone who should be recognized for their impact on Canadian skiing? For over 30 years these awards have provided national recognition to Canada’s most impactful people in our cross-country ski community. Nominate them here: https://nordiqcanada.ca…
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Are you making the minimum payments on time, on all your debts, but still seeing your credit score decline? You might be using too much credit. In today's episode, Brianna talks about credit utilization. She discusses: Credit utilization: What it is How it's measured What to do if your credit utilization is too high Resources: More about credit uti…
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Episode 99 - Christian Higher Education: In Touch With The Church And The World? How do seminaries and Christian higher education form their students? Are they in touch with the local church and shaping people to engage the world? We reflect on our past and present experiences and consider the role and relevance of these institutions in preparing p…
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