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Our purpose at CoSector - University of London is to enhance and enrich the student experience, through our own products and services and supporting our customers and partners in the education sector. Our impact can be seen in a variety of ways from providing digital learning expertise, wireless network connectivity in student housing or getting graduates into jobs.
 
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On this March 3rd edition of the London Live podcast: Briana Carnegie of Global News goes over the verdict of the 2018 Toronto van attack trial. Afterwards, Tom Cooper, Director of the Hamilton Roundtable for Poverty Reduction joins us to talk about the importance of basic income. Finally, Rick Doyle joins Mike to tell us about the latest Knights i…
 
On this March 2nd edition of the London Live Podcast: Dr. Chris Mackie of the Middlesex-London Health Unit updates us on our vaccine rollout plans and clarifies some information. Afterwards, Dr. Joyce Lock of Southwestern Public Health tells us how their region is faring. Finally, Mario Canseco updates us on a poll about whether or not Canada shoul…
 
On this March 1st edition of the London Live Podcast: The Golden Globes went on this year as planned... albeit a little bit differently. To go over this year's ceremony is Global News Nation Online Supervisor for Entertainment Chris Jancelewicz. Afterwards, Mike's sister-in-law gives us an update into the UK side of the COVID-19 pandemic. Finally, …
 
Diversity and inclusion is a high priority for all businesses around the world. We are moving towards more inclusive working environments, which are affecting companies' recruitment, culture, and skills. In this episode we discuss of the concept of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and the challenges that businesses face to embrace these new…
 
On this February 26th edition of the London Live Podcast: The pandemic restrictions have certainly caused struggles for businesses. Chad Boutros of Cellular Magician joins Mike to discuss how their business has cleverly adapted to the restriction requirements. Afterwards London Mayor Ed Holder joins Mike to give an update on the well being of our c…
 
On this February 25th edition of the London Live Podcast: Mike noticed that some Disney+ episodes of the Muppets have disclaimers on them... but are they really implemented well, and is it worth it? Afterwards Chris Bauch goes over the latest modelling regarding vaccine roll-outs with us, and Gord Prior of the BLU BONES talks about their pandemic r…
 
On this February 24th edition of the London Live podcast: Ward 11 Councillor Stephen Turner updates us on London's golf course issues, and how they seem to be over. Afterwards Mike Neuts shares the heartbreaking story of his son and why Pink Shirt Day matters and bullying needs to be addressed. Finally, human rights activist Fareed Khan updates us …
 
Celebrating new work from Postgraduate courses at the London College of Fashion, this series explores a range of provocative, imaginative and critical projects developed by students from MA Fashion Curation, MA Fashion Cultures and Histories and MA Fashion Journalism. Each of the three episodes will explore a theme or perspective highlighted in thi…
 
Celebrating new work from Postgraduate courses at the London College of Fashion, this series explores a range of provocative, imaginative and critical projects developed by students from MA Fashion Curation, MA Fashion Cultures and Histories and MA Fashion Journalism. Each of the three episodes will explore a theme or perspective highlighted in thi…
 
Celebrating new work from Postgraduate courses at the London College of Fashion, this series explores a range of provocative, imaginative and critical projects developed by students from MA Fashion Curation, MA Fashion Cultures and Histories and MA Fashion Journalism. Each of the three episodes will explore a theme or perspective highlighted in thi…
 
On this February 23rd edition of the London Live Podcast: The vaccine distribution process can be confusing... who gets what dose when, how do we decide the priority list of those getting the vaccines, and so on. Mike Waddingham has some ideas on how we can make this process easier. Afterwards, John MacFarlane of the London Health Sciences Foundati…
 
London is not the only city in Canada who has had issues with their golf courses. Joining us from Winnipeg is Winnipeg City Councilor John Orlikow to discuss how his city has handled similar issues. Afterwards Cory Crossman, the Music Industry Development Officer for the City of London talks about the city's plan to Revive Live music. Finally, Pres…
 
The COVID-19 vaccine is something that countless Canadians are anxious to get. Joanne Petersen has received dose one of the vaccines and walks us through the experience of it. Afterwards Dr. Sara Mazrouei of Ryerson University talks to us about today's exciting Mars lander news. Finally, Jordan Kotick, an economics professor at King's University Co…
 
On this February 17th edition of the London Live Podcast: Long term care has been an important issue since the start of the pandemic. To explain the Time to Care Act is NDP MPP Teresa Armstrong. Afterwards Mike Villon talks exciting London Devilettes news, and Melissa Nichol dives in to the nitty gritty of making a family. See omnystudio.com/listen…
 
On this February 12th edition of the London Live Podcast: It is the Year of the Ox. Joining Mike to discuss the Chinese New Year is the Chairman of the Chinese Cultural Centre, Carmel Tse. Afterwards musician Aviva Chernick talks her amazing career and a London connection. Afterwards Jodi Lai of autoTRADER.ca talks about the most popular vehicles o…
 
On this February 11th edition of the London Live Podcast: 980 CFPL Reporter Andrew Graham joins to go over the sentencing of Daniella Leis, the driver responsible for the OEV explosion last year. Afterwards Jon-Paul McGonigle, Division Manager of Parks and Recreation for the City of London continues our golf conversations. Finally, Professor Robert…
 
On this February 10th edition of the London Live Podcast: Colonel Chris Hadfield has an incredibly storied career, from Earth and beyond. He joins Mike on London Live to talk his career and his incredibly exciting, upcoming novel. Afterwards Dr. Cheryl Forchuk of the Beryl and Richard Ivey Research Chair in Aging, Mental Health, Rehabilitation and …
 
On this February 9th edition of the London Live Podcast: Tony Elenis, CEO of the Ontario Hotel, Motel, and Restaurant Association joins us to talk about how businesses in London are feeling about the potential of re-opening. Afterwards Dr. Rick Glazier, a senior scientist with ICES, talks to us about the use of family doctors during a pandemic. Fin…
 
On this February 8th edition of the London Live Podcast: As talk of potentially reopen the province becomes more a reality, we chat with Biostatistician Ryan Imgrund about any potential concerns we should have about re-opening. Afterwards we check in with Shauna Versloot of the Forest City Road Races to see how they've been faring during the pandem…
 
On this February 4th edition of the London Live Podcast: Marc Baines, founder of the Heart Life Foundation and Dr. Heather Ross, an Order of Canada recipient, help us understand the importance of your heart health. Afterwards Canadian Olympian Scott Moir catches up with Mike Stubbs about his storied career. Finally, Dr. Angela Schneider talks the d…
 
On this February 3rd edition of the London Live Podcast: Londoner Maggie MacNeil is a world class swimmer, having just taken part in Worlds, and has her sights set on Tokyo. She joins mike to discuss the struggles of being a competitive athlete during a pandemic. Afterwards George McAuley discusses why we should be talking about racism more, and wh…
 
On this January 28th edition of the London Live Podcast: Dr. Volker Gerdts, associate director of research of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization of the University of Saskatchewan talks to us about the future of Canada regarding vaccine manufacturing, and what that future might hold. Afterwards Linda Staudt, director of education for th…
 
On this January 27th edition of the London Live Podcast: Mike is first joined by War 6 Councillor Phil Squire, who gives us an update on public transit and the LTC. Afterwards Mike speaks with Eric Robinson, the Program Director at Jewish London, and with Rabbi Lazer Gerkow about the important of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. See omnystu…
 
On this January 26th edition of the London Live Podcast: London Mayor Ed Holder joins Mike to discuss the new Southwestern Transit Taskforce. Afterwards we talk with Mario Canseco of Research Co. and Dr. Frederic Dimanche of the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism at Ryerson on the struggles of the travel industry amid a pandemic. See omny…
 
In this episode we are joined by experienced fashion tech specialists; Moin Roberts-Islam from the Fashion Innovation Agency and Emily Roosen; Head of 3D Transformation at STITCH. We discuss the importance of 3D transformation technology and its impact on emerging graduate roles and skill sets. Career planning whilst at university to ‘get ahead’ an…
 
On this January 22nd edition of the London Live Podcast: Peter Bergmanis of the Ontario Health Coalition updates us on the stat of affairs regarding long-term care. Afterwards Lina Bowden, Partner and CFO of Carmina de Young Fashion Design Inc. tells us how they came to be among the winners of the Canada-made supply contest. Finally, Linda Staudt, …
 
On this January 21st edition of the London Live Podcast: Mike first speaks with Dr. Marvin Ryder of the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University about the currently held interest rates, and more. Afterwards Sportsnet Baseball Columnist Shi Davidi discusses baseball. Finally, up-an-coming Country music star Tebey talks his new EP and his c…
 
On this January 19th edition of the London Live podcast: Dr. Rachel Goldman, licensed psychologist of the NYU School of Medicine tells us why we shouldn't fall into the fads of trending diets. Afterwards professor Patrick LeBlond of the University of Ottawa tells us about the Key Stone pipeline fallout. Finally, producer Matthew McNaughton of 980CF…
 
On this January 18th edition of the London Live Podcast: Mike is joined by Ingersoll Mayor Ted Comiskey, then UNIFOR Loval 88 President Joe Graves to get their excited perspectives on the exciting $1 billion deal from GM for their CAMI plant. Afterwards Dr. Thomas Cooke of the Centre for Advanced Computing tells us all about the app "Parler." Final…
 
On this January 14th edition of the London Live Podcast: Mike is joined first by Jake Moore, an ESET Security Specialist on cybersecurity threats. Afterwards Michael Elliott, the co-owner of Express Employment Professionals staffing firms, tells us why businesses are excited for hiring again. Finally, Julie Kwiecinski, director of provincial affair…
 
On this January 13th edition of the London Live Podcast: Mike is first joined by Howard Levitt, Canada's leading employment and labour relations lawyer, to get a legal perspective into the Paul Woods LHSC lawsuit, and to see if it actually has any merit. Afterwards he is joined by Moshe Lander of Concordia University to check in on the 2021 financi…
 
On this January 12th edition of the London Live Podcast: Grand Chief Joel Abram of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians joins us to talk about how important the COVID-19 vaccine rollout is for their communities. Afterwards Dr. Daniel Coombs, professor of Mathematics at UBC goes over the latest COVID-19 modelling data with us. Finally, Pau…
 
On this January 11th edition of the London Live Podcast: Dr. Tom Cooke, Privacy, Ethics and Internal Threat Assessment Manager at the Centre for Advanced Computing, tells us why he's given up on Social Media, and why others might want to as well. Afterwards Dr. Amesh Adalja of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security explains to us why pandemic…
 
On this January 7th edition of the London Live Podcast: Yesterday was an unprecedented day in American political history. To help us break down what happened and what the fallout might look like is Dr. Matthew Lebo, professor of Political Science at Western University. Afterwards we are joined by Dr. Colin Furness, Assistant Professor at the Dalla …
 
On this December 31st edition of the London Live podcast: Mike is joined by Dr. Alex Summers of the MLHU to talk about COVID-19 in London. Afterwards he talks Doug Ford, former Finance Minister Philips, and the NFL with Greg Brady. Finally, Darell Bricker, CEO of IPSOS, discuses their most recent poll. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
On this December 30th edition of the London Live Podcast: As the list of this years recipients of the Order of Canada has been revealed, one of those honoured is Dr. Vivian McAlister of Western's Schulich School of Medicine. He joins Mike to discuss his incredibly storied career, and this great honour. Afterwards, Liberal MP Peter Fragiskatos gives…
 
The latest provincial lockdown has certainly put many small businesses back into a difficult position. Joining Mike to explain how it's impacted his restaurant is Mark Serre of Morrisey House. Afterwards, Provincial NDP Leader Andrea Horwath take a critical look at the provincial vaccine response. Finally, Genia Carter tells the amazing story about…
 
On this December 17th edition of the London Live Podcast: Kathy Valentine is the bass player for the first all-female band to get a number 1 single in American history - The Go-Go's. She joins Mike on London Live to talk the incredible history of the band, what she's up to now, and her new biography. Afterwards Peter Bergmanis of the London Health …
 
On this December 16th edition of the London Live Podcast: Tom Partalis of the BMO Centre tells us the struggles they face trying to run and operate a facility as large as the BMO Centre during a pandemic. Afterwards Suze Morrison, NDP Critic, talks to us about the importance of allowing housing during the winter months. Finally, former police offic…
 
On this December 15th edition of the London Live Podcast: Mike chats with Glenn Woolfrey of Winmar to hear about their exciting new upcoming project. Afterwards Megan Walker gives us an incredibly positive update on the harrowing story of Ndam Kenneth Ndon of Cameroon. Finally, Mark Fisher of the TVDSB lets us know how the schools are doing. See om…
 
On this December 14th edition of the London Live Podcast: Jeff Wilson, GM of White Oaks Mall tells us how the mall is preparing for the new Red COVID-19 restrictions, Jessica Jazey-Spoelstra tells us how small businesses are concerned and struggling, and Dr. Kate Choi talks to us about immigration and inequality. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
On this December 7th edition of the London Live Podcast: Dr. Joyce Lock of South Western Public Health joins Mike to discuss how their region has been faring during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Afterwards we head to the United Kingdom where Mike's Sister-In-Law Lianne Stanford updates us on how the pandemic is being handled in England, and the news surro…
 
On this December 3rd edition of the London Live Podcast: Brad Jones of the Jones Entertainment Group tells us how they've adapted Centennial Hall to meet COVID-19 restrictions. Afterwards Global News 980CFPL reporter Andrew Graham updates us on the sentencing of convicted murder Oluwatobi Boyede. Finally, Gary Hepburn of Ryerson University tells us…
 
On this December 2nd edition of the London Live Podcast: We start by speaking with Dr. Adam Dukelow of the LHSC to get a better grasp of what's been going on at University Hospital regarding the recent COVID-19 outbreak. Afterwards David Akin helps us breakdown the Government's response to vaccines and PPE. Finally, Andrew Hunniford, a London cycli…
 
On this December 1st edition of the London Live Podcast: Karen Chalmers of the Tech Alliance tells us why it's so important to shop local this holiday season. Afterward Kevin Dickens of Dearness Home tells us why housing becomes so much more dire in the cold months. Finally, Dr. Alexis Shotwell of Carelton University talks to us about World AIDS Da…
 
On this November 30th edition of the London Live Podcast: We talk about Business Care Food Drive with Wayne Dunn. Afterwards Dr. Thomas Cook of the Centre for Advanced Computing tells us how shockingly precise GPS tracking in our phones is becoming, and finally Dr. Kent Mullinix tells us about Canadian food sustainability. See omnystudio.com/listen…
 
On this November 25th edition of the London Live Podcast: Darren Quinn, owner of Call the Office in London talks about the difficult decision to cease operations permenantly. Afterwards, legendary Canadian musician Tom Cochrane joins us to discuss his incredible career. Finally, Professor Jacob Shelley in the school of Health Sciences at Western, e…
 
In this episode special, we talk about how to build up an online presence using video and storytelling techniques. Join LCF alumni and Hanna Fiedler, founder of ‘Hannah Fielder’ fashion label and Sonika Phakey, Digital Marketing Manager for The Digital Fairy, to explore the value of a great online presence. This podcast will help you explore new an…
 
On this November 24th edition of the London Live Podcast: Dr. Paul Adams of Western's Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry joins us to discuss how the impacts of liver cancer and haemochromatosis. Afterwards Brian Tropea of the Ontario Harness Horse Association tells us how the industry has fared amid the pandemic. Afterwards Dr Tatiana Zdyb tel…
 
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