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CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
 
Are you interested in learning about the British Columbia Canada Real Estate Market? Join The BC Real Estate Podcast Channel:✅ 📲 Subscribe to this channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeq2Oq1JfHzlZMDasIUc0eg?sub_confirmation=1 🔹Contact Us:🔹 Ricky J and Jeff Chadha 📲 Call/Text Direct at 1-778-682-4545 📲 Email: bcrealestatepodcast@gmail.com 👨‍💻 Website: https://www.jeffchadhahomes.com/ #bcrealestatepodcast #bcrealestate #realestatepodcast
 
ProdcastBC shares the collective stories and career journeys for those who work in or are interested in the product scene in Vancouver and around British Columbia, Canada. Hosted by Blake Fisher. This podcast works in connection with ProductBC, a non-profit association founded to support the professional growth of its members across British Columbia. They provide opportunities to network and learn from experts in the Product Management, Product Ownership, Product Operations and Product Marke ...
 
Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.
 
In this podcast we look at the changes in primary care in British Columbia during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about ways primary care clinics can and are adapting in this crisis. Each episode we tackle a different topic from how to stay connected as a team to how to approach advanced care planning with patients. We try to keep things real and practical so you can apply these ideas in your practices. Brought to you by the University of British Columbia's Primary Care Innovation Support Uni ...
 
Do you want to learn more about the Bible? Do you want to grow in your Faith? Well Listen in...as Nicole ... opens up in Her Unique style...Bible Study doesn't have to be Dry and Boring....!The Bible is A Love Letter ...Written Just for You from Almighty God....It is Written in Red...The Blood of JESUS....wrote every Word...Grab a Coffee and Enjoy as She Shares what is on Her Heart....on this Episode ...From Her Home In British Columbia Canada.....
 
This is a podcast featuring the audio from the weekly messages delivered at SouthRidge Fellowship Church in Langley, BC. The messages cover topic that are relevant to those interested in better understanding God, His love for us, and His son's sacrifice. You will be hearing from our lead pastor, associate pastors, and special guest speakers. We are a church that wants to love God, change the world, one life at a time.
 
Transformation Thursday is hosted by American comedienne Amy Stephens (She/Her) from Rochester, New York, and Canadian comedienne Natalie Walker (She/Her) from Vancouver, British Columbia. Transformation Thursday discusses societal transformation at the macro and micro level Plus, Transformation Thursday's General Counsel Francesca Rodriguez (She/Her) examines legal issues affecting LGBTQ+ communities in the United States. The BIG VOICE of the podcast is Bill Satre and marketing assistance i ...
 
The Best Science (BS) Medicine Podcast is a weekly presentation where practitioners can get evidence-based drug therapy content that is practical, entertaining and promotes healthy scepticism. In essence, we are the Medication Mythbusters. We present information that is useful and relevant to physicians, pharmacists, nurses, physician assistants and other health professionals, and that can easily be incorporated into day-to-day practice. The podcast is presented by Dr. James McCormack, Profe ...
 
Eclectic Conversations pilot "Do Not Try This At Home... It May Change Your Life" series dives deep into Drew Farion's experiences as an 18 year old young man from Coquitlam, British Columbia who buys a one-way plane ticket and flies straight to Europe. With just $1,000 in his pocket, Drew finds unique jobs, lifetime friends, real life angels, what it means to be truly happy, and adventures that can only be described as utterly mind-blowing!
 
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LOVE IN THE VALLEY

Christian Garon & Michaela Moleschi

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Exploring love, dating and relationships in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. Christian and Michaela have unique perspectives on the world of dating and love, and they're here to unearth knowledge, wisdom, the good stories, the bad stories, and give you a dose of entertainment and education along the way. This is Love in the Valley.
 
Are you looking for something good to read? Or watch? Or listen to? Tune in to Fraser Valley Regional Library’s ReadRadio podcast for some great recommendations. In each episode we will highlight some of the library’s books, movies and TV shows that you might not know about. All reviewed materials are available for loan in the FVRL catalogue. ReadRadio will release a new episode every other Friday. Fraser Valley Regional Library is the largest public library system in British Columbia, with ...
 
Pulmonary Rehab Podcast is about helping clinicians start and sustain a pulmonary rehabilitation program. Discover new resources to help improve your program, including journal clubs to understand the latest research, interviews with pulmonary rehab experts, professional development sessions to improve your clinical skills, and highlights of latest guidelines, conferences, and other resources for this exciting area of practice. Join host Dr. Pat Camp, who is an Associate Professor at the Uni ...
 
The Dash is a weekly BC political podcast hosted by David Eby and Katrina Chen. Produced and edited by Duncan Watts-Grant on the unceded xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwəta/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) territory.
 
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Time Signal Productions

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On a back country road outside the hamlet of Duggan Hill, Saskatchewan, a woman named Sasha Ismond goes missing without a trace. She had been travelling from Vancouver for the past day, and was mere minutes away from her father's home. The last person she spoke to was her former partner, Zoe, a journalism student at the University of British Columbia. This is a collection of recovered audio recordings from the subsequent investigation into her disappearance, recorded during the summer of 2015.
 
Dr. Wayne Phimister is a Family Physician with a special interest in chronic pain who’s passion is finding solutions for this epidemic problem facing 1/3 of the adult population. He is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia in Canada and has developed one of the first Online Medical Trigger Point Injections Courses for doctors and nurse practitioners, a technique that is easily learnt and implemented into the medical office of any doctor or nurse practitioner tr ...
 
Stories Less Spoken (SLS) is a storytelling podcast that brings you stories written and performed by artists from British Columbia. Hosted by Cole Kelly, a poet, traveller and former journalist, who introduces our writers and performers with wit and charisma. Come with us, as we explore the most compelling part of our nature, as we bring these tales to life through spoken word performance and the magic of the microphone.
 
A podcast primarily dedicated to traditional film photography including darkroom processes. Topics may vary from opinions, interviews, how-to, camera operations, field-notes, alternative processes, or other film photography-related topics. Brought to you fortnightly by Bob St-Cyr from the Fraser Valley in British Columbia, CANADA. Opinions, commentary and ideas shared on the podcast belong to the respective authors/speakers alone.
 
With Drinking and Screaming, you’ll find yourself pulled into a new horror film to discuss and a new cocktail to try every week. We’re a queer and feminist horror movie review podcast based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Episodes are laced with celebrity guests, queer and feminist discussion perspectives, production trivia, and clips and soundtracks from the films! Char and Kelly are neither professional movie critics nor professional bartenders, but they are very good at both drinking ...
 
Powered by Family Caregivers of British Columbia and hosted by Bill Israel, "Caregivers Out Loud" will explore the ways in which the role of a caregiver can be both rewarding, while also emotionally, psychologically, and physically taxing. By sharing stories of caregivers and insight from community experts, we bring you perspective and connection, and ensure that you have support and balance from inspired caregivers, who are caregiving out loud. Please share this podcast with family and frie ...
 
Hey everyone, my name is Lauren Rietchel and I'm a 4th year medical student at the University of British Columbia, and welcome to the Anesthesiology Clerkship Podcast! In this podcast, I talk about all things anesthesia for a clerkship level medical student. We will go through the basics of anesthesia (like what that word even means!) and build our way up through to more complicated topics. Each episode will be varied and feature different styles of teaching to suit all learning styles! I in ...
 
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A geriatrician from the University of British Columbia explores what B.C.'s shift in pandemic policy means for seniors and those who are immuno-compromised; and in our 2nd half, we discuss the benefits of engaging with nature as a new study suggests more Canadians are getting outdoors to deal with pandemic fatigue.…
 
Should I Buy A Presale Condo Or Townhome ? - British Columbia Real Estate Podcast - EP 21 ⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:09 - Ricky J and Jeff Chadha Do The Intro For Episode #21 For The British Columbia Real Estate Podcast 00:45 - Should I Buy A Presale Condo Or Townhome ? 02:58 - What Is Your 5 & 10 Year Plan ? 07:55 - Should I Look At A Townhouse Or Condo ?…
 
The province has been struggling to provide accurate data for COVID, but using hospitalization numbers and some healthy assumptions, the BC COVID-19 Modelling Group has been able to estimate projections for BC's near future. Dr. Dean Karlen joins to explain their data. Today's episode is sponsored by BC211 and Paul Farkas of RBC Dominion Securities…
 
In this fifth episode of our ongoing Climate Leadership & Action for Museums podcast series, we speak with Yimin Chen, a PhD candidate in Library and Information Science in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at the University of Western Ontario. His research examines the communicative practices of online communities and cultures, with a f…
 
The District of Saanich, despite its size as the largest municipality on Vancouver Island, lacks a singular identifiable hub — something council is seeking to change. The council has proposed an Uptown Douglas plan, which would re-imagine the mostly-industrial and commercial neighbourhood as a city core, complete with a renewed focus on pedestrians…
 
Season 2 is back after being away for a few months*. In this episode, we chat on a popular, often requested topic - how to get hired at a tech company. Blake chats with Jeremy Kaneb (Workday) and Kirill Vechtomov (Amazon, MySoulTeam) about their experiences across Product and Design roles for hiring and getting interviewed. Episode Notes [0m] Episo…
 
Audio version Subscribe on iTunesLearn more about our Message Podcast Summary of Sanctification, Grumbling and Vampires Pastor Brent speaks at SouthRidge Fellowship, a Langley church. He reminds us that there is a process after we've been saved and that God ... Read More The post Sanctification, Grumbling and Vampires appeared first on SouthRidge C…
 
A Canadian lithium company is being bought by China, Edmonton city council struggles with transit designs, and a Victoria biologist just wants us to think about the birds. Also, millions are required to renovate 24 Sussex Drive. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 54:45 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
This is our wrap up episode - or rather our TeamUP episode. We have decided, in the spirit of resilience, sustainability, and doing good work, to merge our two podcasts over at TeamUP - the content was going to be so similar this season that it made sense to take this opportunity This season of TeamUP focus on practical tools in primary care to sup…
 
This week on Legally Speaking with Michael Mulligan: An appeal by a 13-year-old girl who was found to be not criminally responsible as a result of a mental disorder (NCRMD) provides insight into how criminal law deals with mental illness. The girl in question was described as having a childhood that was troubled: a history of neglect, a family hist…
 
A Vancouver Island-based nonprofit chapter, ElderDog Victoria, helps senior citizens to keep their beloved canine companions as they age or experience mobility challenges. Now, with over 100 volunteers, they're looking to expand. To find out more, we speak with Good Newsletter editor Emily Fagan.By Jackie Lamport, Martin Bauman, Emily Fagan
 
The pandemic has shown us that B.C. hospitals are under-equipped to deal with long-term crisis. We'll talk solutions for hospital capacity with UBCO nursing professor, Katrina Plamondon; and in our second half, Brian Minter of Minter Country Garden takes your gardening questions.
 
Megahead ain't shit apparently, and the Maximals find a chonk dragon and a wolf man. Episode Rating: "Sufficient Energon" Subscribe to the Lazor Comb Patreon to access hours of bonus preamble audio, exclusive shows like LAZOR COMB TONIGHT!, our monthly movie commentary show TOO MUCH COMMENTARY! and more. https://www.patreon.com/lazorcomb Video Vers…
 
In episode 502, James, Mike Kolber and Tony Nickonchuk get together to talk about the easy question (just kidding) of COVID vaccines for children and adolescents. We discuss the best evidence we could find around efficacy and adverse effects in these age groups and hopefully give enough context so that you go from murky to somewhat less cloudy as t…
 
Hi Friends! If part one wasn't enough, here's part 2 of local anesthetics! This is a challenging concept for all of us so I urge you to do some extra reading on the subject. In this episode, we discuss the clinical applications of local anesthetics, examples and dosing of local anesthetics that are commonly used, and what to do in the case of local…
 
Food prices are expected to rise between 5 to 7% in 2022, according to Canada’s Food Price Report — with a family of four projected to spend $966 more on food than in 2021. To find out the ripple effects on the Island, we speak to Michell’s Farm co-owner Terry Michell, Goldstream Food Bank vice-president Walter Dubeau, and UBC Land and Food Systems…
 
As gyms, dance studios and fitness facilities re-open in B.C., we're reflecting on the importance of physical activity during the pandemic with Body Break's Hal Johnson; and we're talking about that new thing you're trying in 2022 with the host of Daybreak South, Chris Walker.
 
Join Nicole today !!!! On her Brand new episode.....Relax and Enjoy as she shares from Her Kitchen Table in British Columbia Canada CREDITATION FOR CONTENT: simplybible.com The VOICE Bible Thomas Nelson Inc. 2012 The Eerdmans Bible Commentary 3rdEdition 1970 Creditation for Music: Love-Heart by Ketsa Album Title: Bedding PRODUCER: Ketsa Another mas…
 
It appears that Canadian interest rates will be going up very soon. Rod Mahrt, a Senior Portfolio Manager at Wellington-Altus in Victoria says Ottawa lowed rates and spent Billions of dollars to protect the economy during the pandemic. However, to dampen inflation, lending rates must now rise.By John Juricic
 
Laura Palmer's podcast "Island Crime" has begun a new season where she explores the 1991 disappearance of Michael Dunahee. Today she joins us to explain why she's telling this story, and what sets this apart from the ethically ambiguous true crime format. Today's episode is sponsored by Odlum Brown and Fatso. Get more stories like this in your inbo…
 
Lots of focus on safety and protocols for K-12 students, but the Early Childhood Educators of BC say that when it comes to COVID-19 policy, they're left out of consultation from the Province and not considered in policy. Director for the ECEBC provincial board and daycare provider Christina Dicks joins us to talk about that, and what it's like to b…
 
"Oh-oh-oh, what's love got to do, got to do with it? What's love, but a second-hand emotion? What's love got to do, got to do with it? Who needs a heart when a heart can be broken?" Episode Rating: "That Was Easy Enough" (unanimous) Subscribe to the Lazor Comb Patreon to access hours of bonus preamble audio, exclusive shows like LAZOR COMB TONIGHT!…
 
A tech startup offering real estate ownership stakes for a little as $1 has arrived on Vancouver Island, and reactions are mixed. Are the new wave of real estate investment properties a democratizing tool for wealth, or another contributor to the province’s affordable housing crisis? We speak with Addy co-founder Stephen Jagger, Sooke councillor To…
 
A historic home left in trust to the Town of Comox by writer and naturalist Hamilton Mack Laing has been the subject of dispute between council and heritage advocates for years. The home, known as Shakesides, sits within the 8-acre Mack Laing Nature Park—but it’s falling apart. The council wants it demolished, heritage advocates want it restored, a…
 
Hazelton parent reacts to functional school closure; What are the COVID rules and policies for daycare facilities in Prince George; Telling stories about the Filipino diaspora in the Peace. Full episode for Monday, January 18.
 
Audio version Subscribe on iTunesLearn more about our Message Podcast Summary of Discovering the Missing Pieces Pastor Brent speaks at SouthRidge Fellowship, a Langley church. This week Brent tackles 4 things that Paul calls us to - submission, servanthood, humility ... Read More The post Discovering the Missing Pieces appeared first on SouthRidge …
 
The feds admit they purchased Canadians’ cell phone data, Alberta looks to attract tech talent through immigration, and the BC Liberal leadership race isn’t short on controversy. Also, unvaccinated truckers will soon be unable to cross the US/CAN border. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 54:48 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
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