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Jessica is a professional certified coach who specializes in speaker and confidence coaching. She has been recognized for her professional expertise as a recipient of the 2021 Manitoba 150 Women Trailblazer Award from the Nellie McClung Foundation, Ace Burpees Most Fascinating Manitobans for 2019, Future Leaders of Manitoba for 2017, and CBC’s Top 40 Manitobans under 40 for 2015. She has a TEDx talk called The Journey to a Woman's Identity and her favorite place to connect with you is on Ins ...
 
We are two friends podcasting from the alternately frozen or boiling mosquito-ridden Canadian prairies. Between us we do knitting, crochet, spinning, sewing, and eventually weaving. Diana: Software and web developer by day, fiber fiend by night. And also sometimes in the day. Find me on Ravelry as wool-rat and on Twitter as @artemis_134. Jocelyn: Living proof that going blind does not mean slowing down. From owning my own etsy shop to teaching myself to knit and falling in love with fiber cr ...
 
Richard grew up in Winnipeg, moved away and then came back home with a renewed appreciation for the quality of Manitoba life. Julie, an ‘air force brat’, was born in Trenton, Ontario and returned to her Mom’s hometown of Rapid City, Manitoba at the age of 10. After leaving for college and starting a family of her own, she has also returned, to calling Winnipeg home. As hosts, we have our finger on the pulse of our community. Please join us weekday afternoons as we discuss the issues importan ...
 
Coffee with a friend is like capturing joy in a cup. Welcome to the Coffee with Genny B Podcast. Hosted by Genny B, a lover of all things coffee. Each week Genny will chat about connecting over coffee, what brings her joy and everything in between. A lot can happen over coffee so grab a cup, sit back and enjoy!
 
A violent, white supremacist ideology is spreading around the world, with believers trying to create chaos, in order to seize control. When recruitment posters for a group calling itself The Base start to appear in Manitoba, Winnipeg Free Press journalist Ryan Thorpe decides to go undercover...and infiltrate. Ryan meets with a Canadian Armed Forces reservist trying to establish a local neo-Nazi cell, and discovers that he is planning attacks and destruction abroad. This six-part series follo ...
 
Hi and Welcome to the podcast! My name is Chantel McRae and I will be your host. I started working for MBFI in January of 2022 as an Extension Specialist with the goal of increasing awareness and information regarding the projects and important research happening at MBFI. One of the ways we have decided to do that is through a podcast that shares information on the research projects that are being conducted here, as well as extension events and on farm practices and technologies. MBFI is a n ...
 
Brother I.C. Hinds has been married since 1998, he and his wife have one child. Brother I.C. Hinds and his family attend Winnipeg Breath Of Life Church located in Winnipeg, Manitoba; there he serves as a Minister and board member. He also serves as an Evangelist wherever needed. Brother I.C Hinds currently holds a Minister's License with Believers Church where he also serves on several of the church boards. He is associated with Acts Christian Network (ACN) fellowship. If you would like to c ...
 
Penny Lane hosts Punks in Parkas - a look at the international Mod Scene, broadcasting live from UMFM 101.5 (CJUM) from the University of Manitoba. Punks in Parkas, which hit the air in the spring of 2005 and hosted by Penny Lane, strives to play the best of the Mod genera, from the original groups who rocked it in the early 1960s to the artist today who are reviving the scene. Be sure to keep up with Punks in Parkas at http://www.facebook.com/punksinparkas. Follow Penny Lane on both Twitter ...
 
Through first-hand stories from enterprising women and valuable tips from experts in the field of business, Here’s How It’s Done will connect you with the growing community of support available to entrepreneurs in Manitoba. It will inspire you to take your dream to the drawing board, make the leap to launch, or elevate your enterprise to the next level. Hosted by Cate Friesen, from The Story Source. Brought to you by the Women's Enterprise Centre of Manitoba.
 
Between The Rows is a weekly podcast featuring the Glacier FarmMedia editorial team bringing you the ‘story behind the stories’ in ag news and markets. Drawing from our more than 20 print and online brands, our reporting staff will discuss the top stories and latest developments in agriculture today. The 25-30 minute weekly program is built around a team of rotating journalist-hosts that include: Laura Rance, Glacier FarmMedia Editorial Director Gord Gilmour, Manitoba Co-operator Editor Ed W ...
 
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Multiply! As Mennonite Brethren churches in Canada, we desire to see our churches growing – in all kinds of way. In this podcast collaboration between MBCM (Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba), MB Mission and MB Herald, we chat with members of our family who are bringing their passion for all kinds of things to the work of building God’s kingdom.
 
Who are the Metis? It’s complicated. This podcast explores the history of Metis people in Manitoba, beginning with Louis Riel who was hero to some and traitor to others. Host Stephanie Cram unravels the intricate history of the Metis...and follows the thread from resistance to renaissance.
 
Straight to Amp is a podcast and website created to give back to our favorite music scene. Our mission is simple: revitalize the local music scene by bringing more people to shows.We firmly believe that Manitoba produces some of the best musicians in the world. Period. To back this up, we showcase local music and the artists behind it all.Join us and witness amazing music straight from across Manitoba and chatter about being music fans in Winnipeg.
 
The Debaters is the hit show where comedians go toe-to-toe in a battle of laughs and logic. Hosted by award-winning funnyman Steve Patterson, the program is a combustible combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious ad libs. The engaging format is part stand-up, part quiz show and part comedy competition, with the live audience picking the winners.
 
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Daniel Lints was a 17-year-old Manitoba boy who was blackmailed after being coerced into sharing an explicit image of himself with someone online. Not long after, Daniel died by suicide. Guest host Duncan McCue talks to Daniel’s parents about what they want other families to know; and discusses the risk of online sextortion with Signy Arnason, asso…
 
Hot off his first PGA Tour appearance at the RBC Canadian Open - Aaron Cockerill joins the show. Current DP World Tour Pro and 2010 Golf Manitoba Men's Amateur Golfer of the Year. We get into how he got into golf, his stellar 2010 Amateur year, University of Idaho golf, deciding to turn pro, Q School, golfing overseas, travel, golf psychology, nutr…
 
Emergency room waits across Canada are reaching unprecedented levels, for both kids and adults. There are many factors: nursing shortages, lack of hospital beds and staff unable to work because of COVID. We talk about the stresses, and the solutions. They include more cooperation across hospital departments and building capacity to handle more emer…
 
Whoa! 700 episodes! Who knew this podcast would make it this far? This one's a banger, as the kids say. It's an interview with KEN mode frontman Jesse Matthewson, in which we talked about the long-running Winnipeg noise rockers' upcoming eighth LP, “Null” — part of a two-album arc. This conversation also touches on the band becoming a four-piece af…
 
Reporter Ed White of the Western Producer talks with Ag in Motion show director Rob O’Connor about getting back to in-person farm shows after two pandemic years; plus, Shirley Janeczko with Canada’s Farm Show talks about the excitement she’s seeing from exhibitors and farmers eager to return to the event. Soybeans in Manitoba were poised for a big …
 
Quebec’s new language law, Bill 96, aims to preserve French — but some business leaders worry it could trigger a quiet exodus of jobs and investment in the tech sector. We talk to Lloyd Segal, president and CEO of Repare Therapeutics, a Montreal-based biotechnology company that develops cancer drugs.…
 
As temperatures begin to soar, hosts Kristin Hoffman, Consultant with Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) and Gord Gilmour, of Glacier Farm media stress the importance of keeping your cool, both on the farm and on the road. On this episode, putting safety first on busy summer roadways. Sheila James, WSPS Consultant shares strategies to ge…
 
In today's episode, Jessica is joined by Trisha Pitura and Mélanie Bernard, the founders of Mini Tipi. In 2016, Mini Tipi was founded by these two outstanding women, and it's a Canadian women-owned company that creates small-batch quality goods for your home and family while preserving the indigenous culture and putting it in the spotlight. ----mor…
 
A Google engineer recently claimed an artificial intelligence he was working on had become sentient. Many scientists have disagreed with his assessment, but say the story raises other concerns about AI. Guest host Duncan McCue talks to Christof Koch, chief scientist of the MindScope Program at the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle; Maris…
 
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine started four months ago, but there is still no end in sight. We talk to Oleksandra Matviichuk, who has been documenting evidence of war crimes; and discuss what might come next with Serhii Plokhy, a professor of Ukrainian history at Harvard University; and David Marples, a distinguished university professor of Russian a…
 
Kevin Chief discusses how he's celebrating National Indigenous People's Day; we hear from Sandra Burling, who organized a non-profit beadwork collective for incarcerated Indigenous women from the Correctional Centre in Headingley; and Danielle Morrison, a Winnipeg-based artist, explains today’s Google Doodle with a nod to Noval Morriseau (Copper Th…
 
Buffy Sainte-Marie is one of the most prolific singer-songwriters of the past century. For 60 years her music has quietly reverberated throughout pop culture, and provided a touchstone for Indigenous resistance. In this five-part series, Mohawk and Tuscarora writer Falen Johnson explores how Buffy’s life and legacy is essential to understanding Ind…
 
Former rebel Gustavo Petro has narrowly beaten a millionaire opponent to become Colombia's first leftist president. We discuss what this election could mean for Latin American politics and the rest of the world, with Juanita León, founder of news website La Silla Vacía; and Michael Shifter, former president of Inter-American Dialogue, a think tank …
 
Last week, the federal government announced measures to hold sports organizations accountable when athletes report mistreatment or abuse. We talk to former athletes Kim Shore, Neville Wright and Jennifer Heil; and ask Sarah-Ève Pelletier, Canada's sport integrity commissioner, how the plans will be implemented.…
 
Robb Nash is much more than just a guy in a rock band — he’s also a motivational speaker, and a passionate mental health advocate known for his work in Canadian schools. We talked about the impact of the pandemic on his advocacy work, the Robb Nash Project’s new album — and how his music ties into to his public persona — and much more. This episode…
 
Chat with Shana Robinson, CEO of the Branding Boutique Do you know what your brand identity is? Is it your smile? Your personality? How are you presenting yourself to the world? In episode 54, Genny spoke with Shana Robinson, a speaker, a workshop leader, and a lifestyle business coach. She is also the owner of the Branding Boutique that helps fema…
 
Polio has been eradicated in nearly every country in the world, but Pakistan and Afghanistan are facing a surge in infections. We discuss what’s driving the outbreak — and how to fight it — with Dr. Shahzad Baig, who leads Pakistan's Polio Eradication Programme; and Aidan O'Leary, director for the Global Polio Eradication Initiative at the World He…
 
Baptism Sunday & Father's Day service at Centerpoint Church!Give: https://www.centerpointwinnipeg.ca/giveDid you know you can listen to our services in background using our app? Check it out!http://get.theapp.co/7wqx/Would you like to connect with us? Fill out our online connect card!https://forms.gle/ezrns3g1cdQq2zvc9Please Subscribe to our YouTub…
 
Many offices across Canada are at a stalemate: businesses want workers back at their desks, but employees want to continue working remotely. As part of our series Work in Progress, Matt Galloway talks to two employees about why they want to work from home; and asks Mark Rose, chairman and CEO of Avison Young, what employers should consider.…
 
With a long-awaited Jazz Winnipeg gig June 17, drummer and composer Tetyana Haraschuk is playing her first local show since the release of her excellent debut album last year. We talked about her new sounds and textures, the prospect of performing live at Cinematheque, gaining inspiration from her origins in Ukraine and current home base of Spain, …
 
Manitoba Co-operator reporter Geralyn Wichers cracks open a page from history and speaks with plant breeder Peggy Wagoner, Lee DeHaan of the Land Institute, and Doug Cattani at the University of Manitoba, about early and ongoing efforts of perennial grain development – tracing back to the tragic, Stalin-era Soviet Union period – and the promise of …
 
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