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Of Age: A phrase used when an individual is legally considered an adult.Just because you are an adult doesn't mean you feel like it.Join your host, Courtenay, as we discuss business, love, life and self help on the journey through adulthood.For more Of Age Content visit www.courtenayfield.com
 
If you’re eager to grow your Health and Wellness business via effective marketing methods – while maintaining your OWN health and wellness – this podcast is for you! Featuring a blend of solo and guest episodes, get ready to be be empowered via marketing and business development tips and learn from fellow health and wellness business owners. Episodes include well-known experts in their fields: Alan Stevens (Face Profiling), Arani Duggan (Fundraising), Bec Derrington (PR), Chantal Gerardy (Fa ...
 
Am Seo Podcast is hosted by Jonathan Courtenay and six time All Ireland Winner, Dublin legend, Diarmuid Connolly. Each week JC and DC will discuss everything from sports to politics, books and movies, news and reviews. Plus, some famous faces will drop in for chats along the way. Listen to Am Seo Podcast with JC & DC wherever you get your podcasts.
 
In "The Ignition Point Podcast," Jeremiah and Courtenay Bowser share thoughts and messages on the subjects of passion, purpose, missions, worship and the arts. The mission of Ignition Point Ministries is to ignite passion for Jesus Christ and purpose with a global perspective, within the hearts of people around the world. This mission is fulfilled through conducting worship services, bible teaching, evangelism, and the LOVE Project arts outreach.
 
Hunger Hunt Feast is about leveraging the pattern that drives us to perform, provide and create. We feel a need, we work to fill that need and then we enjoy the fruits of our labor. Hunger drives us to Hunt and the Hunt provides the Feast. We can apply this to every area of our lives whether it’s improving our health, building a business or looking for a mate. The purpose of this podcast is to explore practical applications for these elements to help us achieve optimal health and success bot ...
 
You might know her from a show called Princesses Long Island on Bravo TV or a DJ radio host on 106.1 BLI/iheartradio. Now, Chanel Omari is hitting the biggest city in the world and covering the hottest spots where celebrities are spotted , giving us access to all the hot places to check out, getting real with celebrities on how they overcame obstacles in a major city. Chanel Omari is a must listen to podcast! She provides a refreshing experience around the city, creating a community that sup ...
 
BOCO Town from Arts of the Pamlico at the Turnage Theatre in Historic Downtown Washington, North Carolina. We talk to the amazing people in our community who help Arts of the Pamlico deliver such a rich variety of programs and events. News and updates on Arts of the Pamlico, along with interviews with the people behind everything that happens at the Turnage Theatre. Support our Historic Turnage Theatre and Arts of the Pamlico: https://www.artsofthepamlico.org/support/
 
ComiCulture (think comic + culture) is a weekly introspective dive into the world of Pop Culture. ⠀⠀⠀⠀ Join host Kevin the Saiyan every week as he & others traverse this ever expanding universe of “nerd” culture by discussing topics such comics/manga, video/board games, TV/movies/anime & so much more! Every week we’ll have a different “featured” topic while also including a roundup of reviews, creator/talent interviews, live readings & more.
 
LeadersIn showcases the inspiring leadership and success philosophies of some of the world’s most senior leaders, thinkers, CEOs and entrepreneurs. LeadersIn shares unique videos and podcasts aimed at inspiring current and future leaders to reach their full potential – all for free. Live LeadersIn daytime and evening events bring leadership wisdom directly to those aspiring to succeed.
 
Welcome to Fit Rep Live! A podcast for all topics Fitness and Nutrition from some everyday Fitness Entrepreneurs. This podcast will be educating and delivering the latest dicussions about Fitness and Nutrition with a hint of love and humor. The podcast will be lead by Mitchell Follent (White shirt) and Adriano Rizzo (Black shirt). Content covered will range from - Training Methods - Nutrition Topics - Mindset in Health and Fitness - Mental Health - General Health about the human body - Q & A ...
 
In 2017 Ashley Brooke James (a black woman) and Elizabeth Moore (a white woman) met during their yoga teacher training. The following year they joined forces to create their company: TRILUNA. In the Wellness, Community, Magic podcast they settle in, get cozy, and talk hard truths about the wellness world with the many friends they have met and made along the way. They have a pro donut, anti-racist, Glenda-the-good-witch agenda, and they are here to take on diet culture, racism, and elitism b ...
 
The rules of graphic communication design are being rewritten and its canonical figures and works of the 20th Century are being unseated by new perspectives from the cultural and economic fringes, new models of practice and new media hybrids. Meanwhile, design outcomes are shifting from print-based media to screen-based media to a newfound media agnostic state. How are leading graphic communication design practitioners thinking and working in this new unsettled climate? What are the implicat ...
 
This is not your average beer show. You won't find consistent beer reviews or the latest opinion gossip about the industry. The Cascadian Beer Podcast is about the people behind the local breweries in the Pacific Northwest. Each episode is dedicated to a single brewery; we profile their history, how they started and their place in the local community. Cascadia is a bio-region in the Pacific Northwest which is made up of the US States of Washington & Oregon, as well as the Canadian province o ...
 
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Laura Turner chats with founder and managing director of Share the Dignity charity – Rochelle Courtenay. Share the Dignity has quickly established itself as one of Australia’s fastest growing charities, focussed on ending “period poverty”, the organisation provides sanitary products to homeless and disadvantaged women. For more information about Sh…
 
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…
 
Welcome back to Hunger Hunt Feast! Around this time of year it is common for us to reassess our goals and look at the habits we need to implement to get there. This has been a recurring topic in our recent episodes so Zane wanted to address the other side of the habit conversation. Addiction. We all have addiction levels to some degree towards diff…
 
As our Best of 2021 series continues, join Laura Turner and her guest Dr Charlotte Tottman. Charlotte is a clinical psychologist who specialises in treating cancer distress, helping cancer patients, family members and carers who are battling with the psychological disruption that often goes hand in hand with a cancer diagnosis. A breast cancer diag…
 
As I record this episode, 2022 is well underway. How are you feeling about the year ahead? Have you set yourself some Big Hairy Audacious Goals? Or are planning to just go with the flow this year, following two years of uncertainty and ups and downs? In today’s episode, I wanted to do something a bit different. A couple of weeks ago, I ran a goal s…
 
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
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Welcome back to Hunger Hunt Feast! Today, Zane is joined Pauline Cox M.Sc. Pauline is Functional Nutritionist that specializes in gut health and the healing habits we can all implement into our daily lives. Listen in as Zane and Pauline have a conversation about the benefits of ketosis, cold water exposure, why fermented vegetables are the best and…
 
I have a question for you - what are you grateful for today? Can you easily rattle off at least three things? Or are you having a rough day and struggling to pinpoint even one? Today, I’m chatting with Ally Monaghan from Anella Beauty about achieving greatness through gratitude. Ally has immersed herself into a daily gratitude practice that has got…
 
Wendy Proverbs was a child of the 60s Scoop. But now, she has rediscovered and reclaimed her family's history in her debut novel, Aggie and Mudgy. Today, she tells us about the story, her journey learning about it, and why she chose to share it with the world. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsle…
 
For three decades, a makeshift community on private land owned by the enigmatic Michael Poole served as a home for hippies, travelers, summer workers, and those who just sought to leave the world behind. Poole called it "the end of the road gang." After his death in 2020, the land became the centre of a legal battle. But for a while, it was a uniqu…
 
As one extreme weather event after the other has rocked the Island and BC as a whole, we explore if it's time to stop calling these events "rare" or "anomalies." Should we begin to expect the unexpected? We speak to CBC Meteorologist and Climate Reporter Johanna Wagstaffe to find out. We also speak with Esquimalt Mayor and CRD Environmental Service…
 
New modeling predicts a peak in the Omicron wave within the next week or so. Capital Daily reporter Brishti Basu spoke to expert Dr. Dean Karlen to learn more about that modeling. We also speak with Dr. Astrid Brouselle, Director of the UVic School of Public Administration and public health expert, to look at what comes next given the vaccination g…
 
Giulio Gallarotti stops by Chanel in the City to chat with host, Chanel Omari on how & why he started stand up comedy, how he transitioned from tennis to comedy, how to cope with your friends receiving a certain success that you might want to achieve and how to handle it, how OOPS the podcast came about and how different live podcasting is from sta…
 
New data shows property values for South Vancouver Island homes have skyrocketed up to 35% higher than last year. Housing Analyst Leo Spalteholz tells us these numbers are already outdated and prices continue to rise. Why? What impact will this have? Will prices fall soon? For Municipal Monday, Leo joins us to discuss. Get more stories like this in…
 
Welcome back to Hunger Hunt Feast and Happy New Year! Today we welcome fashion and style expert, Tanner Guzy. Tanner is a Men’s style coach and by the end of this episode, you will get a new look into why what you wear actually matters. (In more ways than you’d think) During this conversation, Zane and Tanner will unpack the style archetypes, cultu…
 
This week we revisit another of our Best Of 2021 interviews. Laura Turner chats with former Victoria Police Detective Sergeant Peter Bellion. In his decades of service within the ranks of Victoria Police Peter was honoured with numerous awards including an Australian Police Medal and the Victoria Police Star. As a crash scene investigator and recon…
 
Do you completely freak out when it comes to confrontation? And do you prefer to ignore issues with non-performing team members or pain-in-the-bum clients, or ask someone else to deal with them, rather than tackle them head on? If yes, today’s interview will be music to your ears. I’m chatting with Leisa Molloy about ways to handle those difficult …
 
Since early December, Victoria’s Dylan Joss has been running to raise funds in support of youth and young adults experiencing depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. He’s set a goal of reaching $20,000 to provide a surfing and camping adventure for at-risk youth and young adults where they could share in their recovery, in the presence of a tra…
 
Vancouver's new bid for the 2030 Olympics is the first bid to be Indigenous-led. It would also include Greater Victoria. Today we hear from multiple voices to get a sense of the pros and cons of bringing the games here. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our members…
 
Nearly two year into the pandemic, the businesses that didn’t qualify for wage and rent subsidies on account of being too new say they are still being left behind. Today we speak to local business Bear & Joey to hear their frustrations, and NDP MP Laurel Collins about what is missing. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscr…
 
There are many legendary figures who emerged from the American Wild West. In this all new episode we explore the life of the lesser known, though no less incredible, Mary Fields, who has come to be known as Stagecoach Mary.Born enslaved, Mary was emancipated around the age of 33 after the American Civil War. Eventually she moved west to the Montana…
 
Welcome back to Hunger Hunt Feast and Happy New Year! During this time of year, once the Christmas cookie tin is empty and all the leftovers have been eaten, everyone starts to bring their attention back to their health and overall wellness. Gyms are full, the health food section at stores are cleaned out, and everyone starts to work towards their …
 
Yay! It's 2022 - happy new year everyone!! I hope you and your loved ones remain happy and healthy in this crazy world of ours. I'm currently taking a much-earned break from the podcast - so, like last week, I'm bringing you another flashback to a popular episode. It's an interview I had with the fabulous Cindy Shames on "Building a business with a…
 
Laura Turner chats with Aussie music legend – Richard Clapton. His iconic songs – ‘Girls On The Avenue’, ‘Deep Water’, ‘Capricorn Dancer’, ‘I Am An Island’, ‘The Best Years of Our Lives’, ‘Lucky Country’, ‘Glory Road’ – have provided the soundtrack to endless Australian summers. His latest album, ‘Music is Love (1966-70)’, delivers 15 cover songs t…
 
We bring you the narrated version of Capital Daily's published story, “From coal to cool: Cumberland booms again” by Andrew Findlay. Narrated by Cameron Welch. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Member And subscribe to u…
 
We bring you the narrated version of Capital Daily's published story, "Isolated in Victoria: forging friendships in a city renowned for its chilliness” by Tim Ford. Narrated by Martin Bauman. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDa…
 
We bring you the narrated version of Capital Daily's published story, “'I hate to ask': How a fraudster manipulated a Colwood single mother out of tens of thousands of dollars” by Zoe Ducklow. Narrated by Cameron Welch. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our members…
 
We bring you the narrated version of Capital Daily's published story, “Salt Spring Island’s Dueling Crises” by Jimmy Thomson. Narrated by Martin Bauman. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Member And subscribe to us on ou…
 
We bring you the narrated version of Capital Daily's published story, "What Victoria’s long-lost streetcars can tell us about the future" by Tim Ford. Narrated by Jackie Lamport. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Member…
 
Welcome back to Hunger Hunt Feast! Today we have an honest and topical conversation with Gina Bontempo about taking personal responsibility for your health. This episode is a replay from earlier this year but the message remains truer now than ever. Whether you heard it before, or this is your first time tuning in this conversation is exactly what …
 
During the summer break, I thought I'd bring you a popular past episode for you to enjoy! The topic is "The incredible benefits of detoxifying your mind and body" with Lynda Dyer, which I believe is particularly timely right now...When you're probably feeling a bit bloated from all the silly season meals... Stay tuned for a brand new episode again …
 
In our Best Of 2021, Laura Turner chats with Melbourne chef, Shane Delia. Shane lives and breathes food and flavours and through an incredible amount of hard work and dedication to his craft has become one of Melbourne’s most successful and well recognised chefs. With a work ethic instilled in him by his hard working Maltese family and a desire to …
 
The Real Housewives of OC Star, Braunwyn Windham Burke stops by Chanel in the City to chat with host, Chanel Omari, on all things Real Housewives of OC, how she felt when she didn’t join this season & what she thinks about the new season without her! Braunwyn opens up about coming out & what it means for her to support the LGBTQ community! She shar…
 
We bring you the narrated version of Capital Daily's published story, "A lion on the loose: how an unregulated Nanaimo zoo resulted in tragedy" by Jolene Rudisuela. Narrated by Jolene Rudisuela. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at Capita…
 
New modeling shows omicron ripping through British Columbia at an unseen rate so far in the pandemic. Today we look closer at those projections and answer some of the most pressing questions about the variant regarding undetected spread, the severity of illness, and more. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our …
 
A homeowner in Vic West is hoping to have his home and several on his street designated as heritage. He fears changes to the area may negatively impact the quality of the neighbourhood. We speak to him, Councillor Geoff Young, and housing advocate Leo Spalteholz to learn how a designation like this could impact the city's plans for affordable housi…
 
This month on BoCo Town, Washington native and nationwide sensation Craig Woolard join us. Listen as Craig chats with hosts Leesa Jones, Steve Barnes, and special guest host, Chuck Phillips about his start in music, how the Embers came together, what he does when he isn’t onstage, and much, much more. Arts of the Pamlico Events Calendar https://www…
 
Capital Daily's Brishti Basu collected and broke down everything you need to know about the rapid growth of omicron on the Island. Today she joins us to share the essentials from her latest COVID update. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity …
 
Maia Carolsfeld will be filling a new role created by the district of Sooke for its climate action plan. For Municipal Monday, she joins us to tell us what her job will be and why it's important. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at Capit…
 
Recently, Zane had the pleasure of appearing as a guest on The Courtenay Turner Podcast. Today we share part two of this incredible conversation they had together. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out part one before jumping into today’s episode! Listen in as they continue the conversation discussing diet and fitness, big food and big pharm…
 
In last week’s episode, I mentioned my personal goal of stepping out of my comfort zone to try new things every single year. Because, ultimately, I don’t ever want to experience two identical years. Or feel like I’m simply floating through life as a passenger. I’m determined to remain in the driving seat and live a long and fulfilling life on this …
 
This week in our Best of 2021 series, Laura Turner chats with author, educator, and parenting and resilience specialist - Maggie Dent. Our guest this week might just open up a ‘can of worms’ type conversation in your household, especially if you’re a parent or grandparent who doesn’t always see eye to eye with others on how to best raise your kids.…
 
A University of Victoria research project has resulted in an ongoing choir for people living with dementia after seeing the positive impacts on the participants. For Good News Friday, we speak with Voices in Motion’s lead researcher and founder, Dr. Debra Sheets to learn more about the project. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning…
 
Langford's Pacific FC have brought a championship win to the Island, and players are now at the forefront of bringing a union to professional soccer across the country. We dig into the story of a grassroots players’ union movement, its discussions with the Canadian Premier League, and how it began right here. Get more stories like this in your inbo…
 
The results from the city's 2022 budget priorities survey show a vast divide between Victoria's young and old, and renters and homeowners. Today, we look at how that information could be used in the fast-approaching election. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our m…
 
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