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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.
 
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!
 
Ontario Creates, an agency of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport 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.
 
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 ...
 
Architects of Justice: Exploring Access to Justice in Ontario is a podcast that explores how people are finding new ways to improve access to justice. By bringing together multiple perspectives including users, community workers, students, and legal professionals, our goal is to spotlight different conversations about how we can make a more effective justice system.
 
This is a paper on the history of farming in Ontario. It take the reader through the early settlement from 1783 to the modern period of 1888-1912. We see how farming and farm industries developed and how the population was distributed during these times. We see the trends of settlers moving into the Urban centers instead of rural and how the farm industries (making cheese, butter, wool, etc) move off the farm to the city factories.Excerpt: “The farmer’s wife in those days was perhaps the mos ...
 
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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Mourna Ballantyne of Child Care Now,looks at the prospects for the federal government carrying out its pledge from the Throne Speech to create a national public child care system; Kaitie Fraser. a reporter with CBC Windsor, brings us the story of 24-year-old Giaci Miceli who is on the autism spectrum. He's become a surprise star on Tik Tok because …
 
The Fall Plan is being presented one step at a time. It includes preparations for flu season, COVID testing at select pharmacies and Premier Ford's constant plea to Health Canada to approve saliva tests. But does the plan also include a snap election? John Wright's latest numbers from Maru/Blue suggest Ford's approval rating is starting to dip as h…
 
Some troubling news is afoot for bars, restaurants, and live venues as the second wave begins to hit, but screw it, it's Oktoberfest! 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://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/#donate…
 
Ontario Loud is back! This week, Queen's Park Today reporter Sabrina Nanji joins the pod to talk about how Ontario's parties are nominating candidates, and some rumblings about process in Toronto Centre. Chris, Sam, Alvin and talk about the Ford government's back to school strategy as COVID cases rise, as well as how the federal and provincial gove…
 
We ask Dr. Kwame McKenzie of the Wellesley Institute for his reaction to the federal government's plan to get through COVID as presented yesterday in the Speech From the Throne and the Prime Minister's address to the nation; Mark Richardson, automotive reporter for the Globe and Mail talks about the growing sophistication of vehicle technology whic…
 
In Peterborough on the weekend, a fire was deliberately set that destroyed an apartment building. Dean Pappas, the local councillor, talks about the efforts to help the thirty or so people who have been displaced; Danijela Puric-Mladenovic a Professor of Forestry at the University of Toronto discusses new research that shows that maple trees in man…
 
Kate Robertson, a lawyer and research fellow with the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab explains her concerns about police using technology known as 'algorithmic surveillance' and 'predictive policing'; Some airlines are now offering health insurance to cover the cost of treatment if a traveler becomes infected by the coronavirus. Ryan Snider who…
 
The president of the Ontario Medical Association, Dr. Samantha Hill discusses the shift to telemedicine driven by the pandemic and how it has proven to be surprisingly efficient and reliable; Even thought the CERB will end soon, most of the recipients will be eligible for continuing assistance. Shannon Lee Simmons, a certified financial planner, au…
 
“The Pathway To Greatness” by Pastor Dino Andreadis (September 20, 2020). You can WATCH or download the audio of all our 2020 Sunday morning sermons and special services by clicking on any of the sermons below. 00:00 00:00 Preacher: Pastor Dino Andreadis Series: 2020 Sermons & Special Services time: : Video Url: Downloadable Audio “The Pathway To G…
 
Heidi Yetman, past Vice President of the Canadian Teachers' Federation, tells us what teachers are experiencing now with school resuming under all the COVID-19 restrictions; Falice Chin is the senior producer of CBC Radio's 'Cost of Living' explored what our household waste tell us about the economy during the pandemic; Dr. Andrew Morris is an infe…
 
Many health experts say rapid test kits for COVID-19 are needed now in Canada. Dr. Anne Collins, President of the Canadian Medical Association, discusses the difference they could make in controlling the spread of COVID-19; A haze caused by wildfires in the American west has reached as far as southern Ontario. Doug Gillham a meteorologist at The We…
 
The Ontario legislature is back in business and so is our podcast, On The Ledge. Getting kids back to school this week was akin to building an aircraft in-flight. Class sizes are larger than expected. Teachers are still learning who, what and where they're teaching. And dozens of bus routes have been cancelled because of a driver shortage. John Wri…
 
James Rilett of Restaurants Canada explains how the industry needs continuing support from the government and discusses the prospects for establishments when the cold weather comes and patrons cannot be served outdoors; As realtors in Canada report a red hot market for home sales renters and people with precarious housing struggle on. Leilani Farha…
 
Award season is here! We had some tremendous wins at the World Beer Awards and some great Ontario representation at the Canadian Brewing Awards! Let's talk about the winners and some of what goes into these things and why they may or may not be a big deal! Also Cass Enright in a suit! Who doesn't love that? Cold Funk by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech.…
 
Kathy McKay of the Ontario Apple Growers talks about the growing season and how farmers are managing with this year's harvest; A new survey shows that many parents were depressed, anxious and drinking more during the onset of the pandemic. Lead researcher Andrea Gonzalez, an associate professor of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaste…
 
Debbie Montgomery, the president of the Unifor local that represents many bus drivers explains why so many school bus routes had to be cancelled because of a shortage of drivers; Prachi Srivastava is an associate professor in global education at Western University who has been working on the emergency education response during the pandemic. She dis…
 
Ashleigh Tuite, epidemiologist and Assistant professor at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana school of public health, discusses how to make sure the return to school doesn't collide with a second wave; the latest business news with Megan Read; Jason Osler on how to greet someone via email during a pandemic; Falen Johnson talks about her new rol…
 
Jane Sinclair, General Manager of Health & Emergency Services at Simcoe County, talks about who will be filling in the gaps left by redeployed workers from closed County departments who are now returning to work; Queen's Park columnist Mike Crawley takes stock of the province's back to school plan, and talks about how this all shakes out politicall…
 
Cannabis lawyer Trina Fraser explains what it means as more cannabis stores are allowed to open in the province this fall, while there's still a big queue for those waiting to start selling; Canadian courts are weighing in on parental disputes over sending kids to school. CBC's Blair Sanderson takes a look at why judges are reluctant to decide on s…
 
Robin had to have her hand removed. We also go into some beer news followed by a conversation on the rise of Guelph's own Wellington Brewery! 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://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/#donate…
 
CBC Windsor's Mike Evans speaks with some parents and children about their concerns as they get ready for a new school year to begin; The Business Digest with Megan Read; For this week's Karchut on Cars, Paul looks at whether it's a good idea to buy a used rental; This is year could be a flu season like no other. Dr. Sandy Buchman, Past President o…
 
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