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The global coronavirus pandemic has changed our world in profound ways. Join internationally recognized mental health advocate and top TEDx speaker Mark Henick as he explores the many ways in which our mental health and wellness has been impacted by this new normal. Each week, Mark is joined by a range of experts, notable personalities, and fascinating figures. Together, they have authentic conversations about the physical, mental, and social aspects of living well. This podcast is sponsored ...
 
GLOBALLY ► We are raising the vibration of love in 2022 for a better 2023! ► Join Us! Listen to Gods love through intuitive Messages in this Podcast and gain greater clarity about your lifework purpose and rediscover your joy. Experience less anxiety, less stress, and worry. Most of all, experience God's overwhelming love for you & invite the HOLY SPIRIT in and receive a #soulmessage with soothing Holy Spirit #healingmessage May this Holy Spirit message serve as a place of prayer whenever yo ...
 
The goal of this podcast is to help people get in the best shape of their lives no matter their situation. But what happens when you finally get the six-pack or lose the weight? As a personal trainer and lifestyle transformation specialist, I have devoted and continue to devote my lifework to improve others lives. My goal is to reach and impact a million individuals and I want you to be part of this movement. You can expect meaningful conversations with experts from various fields with the o ...
 
The Epistle to the Romans is one of the letters of the New Testament canon of the Christian Bible. In the words of N.T. Wright, the Book of Romans is "neither a systematic theology nor a summary of Paul's lifework, but it is by common consent his masterpiece. It dwarfs most of his other writings, an Alpine peak towering over hills and villages. Not all onlookers have viewed it in the same light or from the same angle, and their snapshots and paintings of it are sometimes remarkably unalike. ...
 
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British Columbia's only daily news show focused on business, brought to you by Business in Vancouver newspaper and biv.com. Join hosts editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe as well as reporters Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin as they interview Canada's business and political leaders about the pressing issues facing British Columbian businesses and industries today. Join them as they discuss real estate, technology, the resource industries and local and provincial politics.
 
This podcast will take you through the steps to transform your life. I will provide you with tools to use as you come up against the resistance as you move toward the life you would love to live! I'm literally GIVING it to you! If you do the work it WILL work. Each Podcast will build upon the next. You will receive meditations, curriculum, Lifework, homework, etc. I will be answering questions you email in, sharing Victories you overcome that take you to the next level of becoming, guest spe ...
 
In Great.com Talks With... we aim to break down the world’s most pressing problems in a way that is interesting, exciting, and easy to understand. Our podcast hosts, Emil Ekvardt and Spirit Rosenberg, talk with organizations and experts dedicated to doing good in the world. Together, they shed light on some incredible work being done globally.
 
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Everyone deserves a home. Unfortunately, there is more than 1,500 homeless youth in Austin every year. Youth homelessness in Austin is slowly becoming a serious issue. The need for innovative problem-solving to end youth homelessness falls on the shoulders of nonprofit organizations and people who deeply care about the issue. Lifeworks Austin advoc…
 
Anjali Appadurai has entered the BC NDP leadership race with a strong message that the party has lost its way on climate change and social justice, themes that ought to be at the centre of policies and practices of government. She is in conversation with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
Eating disorders can cause a lot of harm. Nowadays, eating disorders are twelve times more likely to cause death than any other illness. What's even more worrying is that eating disorders do not pick their target. You're just as likely to suffer from eating disorders regardless of your background, race, economic status, or education level. Eating D…
 
1 in 5 Americans struggles with medical bills. On top of medical bills, millions of people face unmet medical expenses that make the situation worse. These people must turn to relatives and fundraising to cover the costs since their medical insurance doesn't. Help Hope Live supports community-based fundraising for people with unmet medical expenses…
 
Tennis is one of the most expensive sports on the planet. The cost of signing up your kid for a tennis academy can really put a dent in your pocket. But tennis is a wonderful sport with many benefits. Instead of expensive academies and personal coaching fees, you can enroll your kid in a community tennis and education program to try the sport. Lega…
 
Shooting is a real sport but a very underfunded one. It's nothing like Football or Basketball, but it is a team sport where competitors work to become the best in their field. Unfortunately, today's young competitors lack support for things like firearm safety and competing professionally. In addition, young shooting teams must have the education a…
 
Veterans from the United States pay a hefty price for defending their country. Not only do these brave men and women go through an extensive and grueling training cycle to be mentally and physically ready for the challenge, but they come back changed. Less than 1% of the US population joins the military. But more than 15% experience severe PTSD and…
 
In this season finale episode of Living Well, Mark speaks with three titans of health news in Canada. Avis Favaro was the longest serving national medical correspondent in history, for CTV National News. Dr. Brian Goldman is the host of White Coat Black Art on CBC, and Andre Picard is a long time health columnist for the Globe and Mail. They discus…
 
Kenya's poverty rate is one of the lowest in the world. Nearly 17% of Kenya's population lives on less than $1.9 per day. However, the situation won't change unless younger generations are educated to look for a better future. Unfortunately, the situation is even direr in rural areas of Kenya and Nairobi. Swanland Village School works to transform …
 
Millions of people need essential goods in the United States. The reasons these people find themes in this situation are numerous. From natural disasters to poor communities, THEY face untold challenges on a daily basis. But these people can't find access to essential goods. Fortunately, we can raise awareness and work with corporations with excess…
 
Child abuse is a very serious subject we should all pay attention to. In Arizona, there are 46 child abuse cases per 1,000 residents. It's also important to mention the number of 6 child victims per 1,000 residents. Child abuse comes in many forms, and about 13,000 children in Arizona currently reside in foster care. The reasons why these children …
 
Our world depends on energy. We use energy to power our industries, vehicles, and homes. But today's energy comes from resources that are harmful to the earth. These resources are the byproduct of the 19th century. But we're in the 21st century, and the need to revolutionize energy systems is long overdue. Groundswell builds community power through…
 
Immigration is a touchy subject in the United States. Immigrants coming into the US illegally are put into detention centers. That's because the US has had mandatory detention laws since the Clinton administration in 1996. These harsh immigration detention laws target immigrants from South and Central America, Middle East, and other minorities look…
 
The lack of representation of young people and the lack of recognition of each person's dignity is a significant roadblock in the development of young people worldwide. In today's world, governments enact policies that disregard young people. But people, and young people, are committed to creating a world where everybody is treated with respect, re…
 
Mark has an in-depth conversation with Dr. Sonu Gaind and Dr. Harvey Schipper about the concerns that mental health advocates have with Canada's new medical assistance in dying regime for people solely experiencing a mental illness. They discuss the unique difficulties with defining and treating mental illnesses, the impossibility of predicting irr…
 
Pet medical care costs are growing exponentially by the year. Some costs, such as pet cancer treatment, are so big that pet owners are finding it difficult to seek veterinary assistance. But each companion's life is important. So one way for pet owners to look after the lives of their pets is to seek financial assistance. The Pet Fund is dedicated …
 
Rather than a first-person shooter or even something like Tetris, so-called serious games have emerged to offer opportunities for learning or instruction rather than entertainment One such serious game developed in Vancouver was recently released after being made in collaboration with Canadian and French experts. Alexandre Col, cultural attaché wit…
 
Animal cruelty isn't anything new. What's even more damning is that the very farm animals we eat are treated horribly. Each year, farm animal abuse goes to a new height. The supply and demand of meat mean farmers treat animals in the worst possible ways. Farm animal abuse has been the status quo for decades. Animal Outlook works to challenge the st…
 
The snow leopard is native to Central Asia. Although wild snow leopards aren't endangered, they are at risk of becoming endangered. Snow leopards share a habitat with humans. Herder communities regularly get in contact with this beautiful creature. Unfortunately, they tend to attack herds and their animals. So herder communities find it difficult t…
 
There are more than 44,000 stray dogs roaming the streets of Los Angeles county. The humane need to find shelter for these dogs and other animals falls on the shoulders of many Los Angeles animal shelters. But these foundations are facing an untold number of issues. From protecting abused animals to finding foster homes, an animal care foundation c…
 
Cheetahs are wonderful animals that hold the record for being the fastest land animal. However, they are a vulnerable species, and are victims to opportunism and lack of genetic diversity. Cheetah Conservation Fund saves cheetahs in the wild. Find out how the cheetahs can be saved with a little bit of your help. Want to support Cheetah Conservation…
 
Anyone who’s in the market for a vehicle knows right now how tough it can be to find the right ride for the right price amid semi-conductor shortages and supply chain issues. But over the last few years, an increasing number of online options have emerged among B.C. tech entrepreneurs. Our guest today is the co-founder and CEO of Mintlist, one of t…
 
In 2020, over 1600 horses were live-shipped to Japan from Canada for slaughter and human consumption. In addition, every year Canada slaughters between 20,000 and 30,000 horses domestically, with their meat shipped to Europe and Asia for human consumption. Canadian Horse Defence Coalition is an organization that advocates against the consumption an…
 
The great resignation never quite manifested in Canada the same way it did in the U.S. But our labour markets are incredibly tight and competitive right now, at the same time workers are still navigating this mish-mash of hybrid work models that differ from company to company. So how do large organizations retain their talent in such uncertain time…
 
In Houston, Texas, there are about 1.2 million stray animals not getting the care that they need, with no homes or humans to look out for them. Citizens for Animal Protection shelters these animals and helps find them their forever homes. Find out how a small investment of time or money can go a long way to saving these pets. Want to support CAP? h…
 
Our planet is 71 percent water. Its sea life is rich, diverse, and much of it still undiscovered. Sadly, sea creatures have been hit hard by human activity. They are especially vulnerable to injury, habitat loss and the effects of water pollution. Clearwater Marine Aquarium rescues, rehabilitates and releases injured marine life. Find out how you c…
 
Mark talks with Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar, an organizational psychologist, internationally recognized teacher, and a prolific author. Dr. Ben-Shahar's books on positive psychology, happiness, and leadership have been translated into more than 30 languages, and have appeared on best-seller lists around the world, including the New York Times. He has also t…
 
We share a staggering 98%of our DNA with gorillas. Our close cousins exhibit many of our behaviours, live in similarly complex social structures and have been seen using tools. Tragically, gorillas are also endangered. The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund is dedicated to their conservation. Find out how your donation can help protect gorillas and the human…
 
A million plant and animal species are at serious risk of extinction. Some could disappear within a decade. It’s crucial that we protect animal habitats and champion biodiversity if we want the natural world to thrive. Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of North America’s natural flora and fauna. Find out about the legal safeguard…
 
We all deserve to live our lives with confidence, companionship and dignity. This is where Assistance Dogs come in, there to lend a helping paw for those living with disabilities, autism and limited mobility. Paws With A Cause improves the lives of people living with disabilities by pairing them with custom-trained Assistance Dogs. Find out how you…
 
The human-animal bond is proven to confer a range of physical and mental health benefits. The relationship between humans and horses is perhaps the most powerful of them all. High Hopes offers equine-assisted therapy to young people, helping them deal with a wide range of conditions. Find out about the impact 30,000 volunteer hours a year have on H…
 
Keeping animals in poor conditions likely led to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. We must educate ourselves about respecting the autonomy of animals if we want to avoid this happening again! PETA UK campaigns to end worldwide animal suffering by raising awareness and affecting policy decisions. Find out how about the cruel consequences of using …
 
Guatemala is one of the poorest countries in Central America. Reasons include systemic poverty, illiteracy, and inequality. It is estimated that 79% of indigenous Guatemalans live in poverty, while 90% of poor kids never graduate from high school. But Guatemala deserves so much more. It is one of the most beautiful countries but faces incredible ha…
 
Many in the United States deem the current electoral college system flawed. The US presidential elections work based on a system called the electoral college. The electoral college system collects electoral votes nationwide. Each state receives a specific number of electoral votes. The presidential candidate who wins the most electoral votes become…
 
Gaming giant Activision Blizzard is turning to Vancouver to help support its esports leagues as the increasingly popular gaming tournaments grab global audiences and gamers. Roger Chan, CEO of Vancouver-based Akshon Media, joins BIV Today to discuss the new deal with Activision Blizzard, the rise of esports and how his B.C. digital media firm found…
 
The homeownership rate in the United States between white and black is scandalous. In Charlottesville, 10% of African-Americans are considered wealthy. Compared to the rest, that number is seriously high. Being a homeowner directly plays a part in how wealthy a person is. And in Charlottesville, the gap is huge. Charlottesville is a deeply separate…
 
New Statistics Canada data on local business outlooks released Wednesday by the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade indicate anxiety about labour shortages, inflation, supply chain problems and indebtedness in the near-future. GVBOT president and CEO Bridgitte Anderson discusses the findings with BIV publisher and editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See om…
 
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