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SyrupCast is a weekly show that puts a spotlight on the Canadian tech industry. Each week we focus on the tech stories that matter to Canadians, including smartphones, video games, apps, and telecom news. Join us as we dive through this always-interesting and ever-expanding industry! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Dan is the founder and CEO of Pontefract Group, a firm that aims to improve the state of leadership and organizational culture. Dan's podcast explores all aspects of leadership, organizational culture, purpose, and professional development. Dan is the best-selling author of four books: LEAD. CARE. WIN., OPEN TO THINK, THE PURPOSE EFFECT, and FLAT ARMY. A renowned speaker, Dan has presented at four different TED events and also writes for Forbes and Harvard Business Review. Dan is an adjunct ...
 
Practice Management Nuggets is a weekly interview series with practice managers, healthcare providers, or trusted vendors who support healthcare practices. Topics help managers implement, maintain, or improve business and practice administration so that health care providers can focus on providing quality health care services. Hosted by Jean Eaton, your Practice Management Mentor, of Information Managers Ltd.
 
Jill Maria Mateas Robinson a Romanian born Canadian Actor, embarks on a new challenge in life that she was faced with from an amazing opportunity that came out of the blue for her. She got the opportunity to be mentored by a handful of Alberta's best filmmakers who are mentoring for Story Hive's Community Program this January-April! Follow Jill Maria while she makes her first documentary called The Dreamers. We follow the novice film maker behind the scenes, much footage is her self shooting ...
 
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Money + Meaning highlights the stories of innovators in our community who are leveraging the power of capital markets to create a more just and sustainable economy. We expand the conversation around impact investing and explore strategies to finance & support social change.
 
THE podcast BY Salespeople FOR Salespeople. Paul Madott, Managing Partner of SOAR Training, covers the power of INTENTION when speaking to his guests in each episodeAll of us, at some point during our career meet a fork in the road, question our abilities and are faced with a big decision or two en route to turning the corner in our career. Enjoy and get ready to be inspired by the stories shared from Salespeople just like you during each episode. Your Intention Matters because that's the re ...
 
Get closer to our work with The Conference Board of Canada’s Leadership Perspectives series. Each episode, we sit down with senior Conference Board leaders and researchers to discuss issues that affect Canadians. Topics include economics, education, sustainability, HR, and Indigenous and Northern perspectives. We're proud to be Canada's foremost independent, evidence-based applied research organization. Since 1954 we have provided leaders and decision-makers with the economic analysis, appli ...
 
Are you interested in filmmaking? Perhaps you're trying to break into the film industry? Or maybe you just want to know about all the different artists and their stories. The BlatzCast is the podcast for you! I, Michael Blatz, sit down with members of the film industry to explore how they got their start, what projects they are working on, and all the steps they took along the way to make it in the world of film.
 
Wisen Up Podcast supports your career move to Canada by providing all the information you need through Content, Consultation and Community.Our content covers stories and interviews of those who have relocated to Canada and established themselves in various careers in Canada, like IT, HR, Consulting, Pharma, Dentistry, Physiotherapy, Banker, and also as students.Our consultations help those trying to decide whether or not to make a move to Canada and what sector to focus on. We provide hands- ...
 
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Even before COVID-19, older adults in Canada faced higher rates of depression, isolation and loneliness. This week, Tamara speaks with Dr. Joy Masuhara, an LGBTQ+ trailblazer and family physician with Vancouver Coastal Health, who has devoted her long career to caring for elders. They discuss Dr. Masuhara’s work as an advocate and healthcare provid…
 
You've probably heard about the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) investigation report into Babylon Health. The investigation report provides privacy guidance for vendors of virtual health solutions and the healthcare providers who use the digital health solutions. This is a great demonstration on why it is so important to e…
 
The co-founder of 3Coze and best-selling author, Dr. Liane Davey, joins Dan Pontefract to discuss toxins in the workplace.In this episode, Liane outlines five key workplace toxins and provides wonderful insights on how they can affect your overall happiness and performance. The toxins are: • Toxic policies & processes (e.g. scheduling, decision-mak…
 
Wall Street Journal best-selling author, Dorie Clark, joins Dan Pontefract to discuss her new book, "The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World."In this podcast, Dorie discusses some clever strategies to not only help you think about your thinking, but she provides some techniques you can implement today.…
 
This week on the SyrupCast, the crew returns after an extended hiatus to talk about how low-key CES 2022 was. To kick off the pod, Brad Bennett regales Patrick O'Rourke and Jon Lamont with news regarding Rogers' new CEO, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE and the latest software update for the OnePlus Buds Pro. Next, Patrick steers the team towards recappin…
 
The CEO of Cirque du Soleil, Daniel Lamarre, joins Dan Pontefract to discuss life at the company as well as his new book, "Balancing Acts: Unleashing the Power of Creativity in Your Work and Life."In this episode, Daniel reveals his thoughts on the importance of gathering creative ideas from employees, diversity, vulnerability, trust, the Beatles, …
 
There’s the perfectly Instagrammable version of motherhood, and then there’s the reality of what that drive to be perfect does to a woman’s mental health. In this episode, Tamara engages Amanda D. Watson, bestselling author and lecturer, in a frank discussion about the unrelenting pressures of motherhood and how to address them with honesty and a f…
 
The founder of Box of Crayons and best-selling author, Michael Bungay Stanier, joins Dan Pontefract to discuss his new book, "How To Begin: Start Doing Something That Matters."In this podcast, Michael not only chats about the book (and some really cool insights into his 9-step goal-setting and completing process) but he gives some free coaching adv…
 
As the World Juniors approaches, the mental well-being of elite athletes is in the spotlight. In this episode, Corey Hirsch, Olympic Silver Medalist and former NHL goalie, tells his mental illness story, and joins Dr. Diane McIntosh, psychiatrist, author and TELUS’ Chief Neuroscience Officer, for a spirited discussion with Tamara. Together, they hi…
 
Governor General award-winning Winnipeg author and sought-after speaker, David A. Robertson has published over 25 books, including many children’s stories. David talks to Tamara about his Norway House Cree Nation identity, which he learned about later in life, and he delves into how writing about the love, culture, and resilience of Indigenous peop…
 
On this episode of TELUS International Studios, we're joined by Lukas Enzersdorfer-Konrad, chief product officer at Bitpanda. The company is an all-in-one digital platform used for investing in stocks, exchange traded funds (ETFs), metals, cryptocurrencies and crypto indices. Tune in to hear Lukas' take on hot-button issues in the investing space i…
 
Digital trade is booming worldwide, but countries are struggling to define, measure, and track its impact. Swapna Nair discusses the challenges and opportunities Canada has to become a leader in the international sphere (and international standards) of digital trade. The full story: Choosing the Right Ruler: Approaches to Measuring Digital Trade (I…
 
Marc Brackett is a research psychologist, Founding Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Professor in the Child Study Center at Yale University. He’s also the best-selling author of Permission to Feel, which describes his evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning. Marc breaks down what it means to ask “how are yo…
 
When Ashley Bristowe was told her son, Alexander, would never walk or speak as a result of a rare genetic disorder, her life changed forever. Ashley’s memoir, My Own Blood, chronicles her years as Alexander’s caregiver and advocate, in a Canadian system that often disregards disabilities. Today, Alexander has subverted expectations and regularly at…
 
On this episode of TELUS International Studios, we're joined by Ante Spittler, co-founder and CEO of Moss. The company offers an all-in-one solution for intelligent spend management, with the aim to be the leading financial management platform for businesses across Europe. Tune in to hear the origin story of Moss and how it was born from a passion …
 
Writer and Director Michael Mankowski and producer Charmaine Hammond created the animated short film Back Home Again to show the world how a community could come together and rebuild after a devastating wildfire. The film, set in Fort McMurray in Northern Alberta, has an all-star voice cast and a universally hopeful message, and Michael and Charmai…
 
On this week’s SyrupCast, Brad Bennett and Patrick O’Rourke grill Jon Lamont and Dean Daley about their respective Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro reviews. The pod squad talks about how the smartphones fit into the Canadian market, their significant refreshed designs and why Jon prefers the Pixel 6 and Dean is all about the Pixel 6 Pro. If you're intereste…
 
Our climate is changing. How are organizations changing in return? Shelley Gilberg and Sarah Marsh from PwC explain how leading businesses’ net-zero carbon, ESG reporting, and sustainability strategies are evolving for a new world. Read the Canadian findings from PwC’s 24th annual CEO Survey at https://www.pwc.com/ca/ceosurvey. Starting November 15…
 
Amy Chan is an author, speaker, entrepreneur, mental health advocate and the Founder of Renew Breakup Bootcamp, the world’s first and only breakup bootcamp. After leaving the corporate world, Amy’s company grew to success and has been featured across national media including Good Morning America, Vogue and the front page of The New York Times. In t…
 
TELUS International Studios invites industry thought leaders and decision makers from the world's most disruptive brands for in-depth conversations on the latest in digital customer experience and technology. First time listening? Welcome! Here's where to start. For insights on leveraging CX as a brand differentiator and best practices for instilli…
 
Fabrice Grover is a non-profit specialist who has worked in the communications industry through some of the most vital global initiatives, such as the UN Climate Change Conference and World Humanitarian Day. He is instrumental in developing Innovations for Learning in Canada, the world's largest virtual reading program for children. In this episode…
 
Are organizations doing enough to protect their data—and their clients’ trust? PwC cyber risk experts Saj Nair and Jenn Johnson discuss CEO/CIO strategies, budgets, and why simplicity matters. This is the second episode of Beyond the Bounce, a three-part mini-series from The Conference Board of Canada and PwC. Read the Canadian findings from PwC’s …
 
Schuyler is the first openly transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division 1 men’s team. In this episode, he explores his historic choice to transition, showing all of us how to honour our authentic selves. His advocacy has since evolved into rallying for inclusion, body acceptance and mental health awareness. His novel, Obie Is M…
 
On this episode of TELUS International Studios, we're joined by Sidney Madison Prescott, global head of intelligent automation at Spotify. Sidney shares her take on the future of artificial intelligence, robotic process automation and machine learning as well as some of the best practices used at Spotify to drive efficiencies. Who are the largest p…
 
What happens when healthcare goes virtual? COVID-19 has ushered in a new era of widespread telemedicine and digital healthcare, but will it last beyond the pandemic? Keara talks to RAND Senior Economist Marco Hafner to understand how Canada can get up to speed in telemedicine—and understand the benefits, barriers, and risks. Discover more about the…
 
For 75 years UNICEF has been supporting the well-being of children around the globe, helping to save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization. In 2011, UNICEF USA launched an impact investment fund, the Impact Fund for Children (IF4C). Since the fund’s launch, IF4C has deployed close to half a billion dollars. On this episode,…
 
Social entrepreneur Suzanne Stevens calls for purpose and giving back to become more embedded in our businesses and our culture. In this episode, Suzanne dives into her initiative YouMeWe, and showcases the plethora of opportunities for social change and how to truly connect our actions to what we care about. She urges us to view giving as a long-t…
 
On this episode of TELUS International Studios, we're joined by Gideon Pridor, chief marketing officer at Workvivo, a comprehensive digital employee engagement platform that has the feel of a social networking site. TELUS International uses Workvivo internally to keep our team members connected. In fact, there are nearly 50,000 active users on the …
 
Nick North was assigned female at birth, had four children and came out as a transgender man in his 30s. In this episode, Nick explores themes of traditional masculinity, femininity, and assigned gender roles and encourages parents to create a safe space for their children to question everything. His documentary, Just Another Beautiful Family, show…
 
In 2016, Judge Marion Buller was appointed the Chief Commissioner of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The inquiry looked into the systemic violence against Indigenous women, girls and two-spirited people, and it was the first of its kind in Canada. Judge Buller describes her experience of hearing over 2,300…
 
On this week's SyrupCast, Brad Bennett, Jon Lamont and Patrick O’Rourke, once again, talk about Apple's iPhone 13 and the iPad mini now that both Patrick and Brad have spent time with the respective devices. Along with the Apple talk, the team also breaks down Microsoft's Surface event, with Jon offering his thoughts on the Surface Duo 2, Surface L…
 
RoseAnne Archibald made history by becoming the first woman to serve as National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations. She shares her perspective on the upcoming National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and says it gives non-Indigenous Canadians a day to reflect on why we have this new statutory holiday. She asks allies to pressure the governmen…
 
On this episode of TELUS International Studios, we're joined by Dottie Schindlinger, executive director of the Diligent Institute and co-host of the Corporate Director Podcast for Diligent Corporation. Diligent helps companies manage their governance, risk and compliance requirements, and the Diligent Institute serves as the research arm of the org…
 
On this episode, host Alex Kravitz is joined by Jasper van Brakel, the President and CEO of RSF Social Finance. Since the 1980s, RSF has been driving capital to social enterprises supporting a more just and regenerative world. As an intermediary, RSF has long supported direct relationships between transactional partners, which led to the launch of …
 
Rebekah Taussig wrote Sitting Pretty, a memoir about having a body that looks and moves differently in the world. She recognized that disabled lives are almost always portrayed as tragic or triumphant when actually the experience of having a disability is quite ordinary. She challenges some of the attitudes people have toward disabilities, many und…
 
This podcast is ranked globally in the Top 10% https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/wisen-up-move-to-canada-canada-immigration-fw0MryBv8ta/ Hello! I’d like to invite you to our community, WisenUp! Canada. It takes less than a minute to join and together we’re sharing our stories, experiences, and ideas. You will find all the information you need to…
 
On this week's SyrupCast, Brad Bennett, Jon Lamont and Patrick O’Rourke talk about Apple's big iPhone 13 event. This includes a discussion surrounding the fact that the iPhone 13 series is very similar to the iPhone 12 line, the reveal of the stellar-looking iPad mini, the Apple Watch Series 7 and the far more boring entry-level iPad. The team also…
 
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