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Approx 75% of Ontario Home Sales NOT Being Inspected
"Many as seventy five percent of properties in the ontario area might be might be in the process of being bought and sold without home inspections. This is based on an article in the in the cbc recently And this was a poll from land. Inkster the secretary of young terrier association of certified home inspectors. Who believes that on conversation. He's having with inspectors throughout the province less than twenty five percent of all homes. Sales are being inspected so that means seventy five percent. Properties could possibly be being sold without inspections done. Obviously these are not scientifically one hundred percent accurate numbers. But if it's anywhere close to that the you know the article says and this is the one of the quotes in the in. The article says that this is a this is a situation where antero buyers could be in in in big trouble by not doing their due diligence. So this podcast is about making sure that you guys understand not just that you know the fact that you should be doing this but why you should be doing it and the reason why you should be doing it is because you want to know as much or more any property than anyone else does including the owners of that property and the listing agent and. That's something i've done for twenty one years now in always do this. I always want to do as much homework as much background research and do as much Find out as many stories. As i can about the area about other issues in the area developments everything that has to do with the enjoyment of that property and although i might not live in every single neighborhood that my clients want to live in. I always put myself in position that if i was going to live in that property what would i do to make myself feel safe and confident about it and this is really what i wanna pass on to. You guys the importance of doing that homework and doing everything that you need to do. So as a buyer you need to understand that you are not in a position where even if you are bidding on a property which you might not wanna do even if you're bidding on a property you have the option to do a pre home inspection before putting in your
"antero" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES
"Location. And like joseph. Ed all we continue to wait and wait and wait and to this day. Pfc all remains under the san antero..
Innovative Designs for Cold Weather Tiny Living in Canada with Daniel Ott
"Dan. Ought welcome to the show. You i've actually. I was just curious. What is the upside down method. Oh the upside down methods so that is our what we call our signature method. And that's how we help. Our clients prepare their mindsets to be able to not only survived but thrived living tiny and then go through the design process and the mental preparation of education before actually building building is only a small part of our method because we believe the mental preparedness and the impact on yourself in the world around you on both ends of the build are far more important method methodist five steps and we minimize or simplify. We educate we design build and then impact and so impact is like a move in well. It's it's more than that. It's it's it's impact to yourself. And i like to say well it impacts your finances because you can live so much more cost effectively but you also impact. Just you're all the whole tally. The world out there today is to live so quick and so everything on top who itself over and right in rapid succession but we live in a tiny home. One great example is it only takes you an hour to do a really deep clean so you end up with all his extra time on your hand you this extra money on your hand that impacts your lifestyle yourself because you can spend that it also helps you to impact the world around you. So we say don't want impact the world around you. You're just going to by default because they're using less materials and less energy to run your house but it also gives you the opportunity with this extra time money to impact your local community by you know helping out with the local food bank or volunteering at the library or something that impact. You're up nice what What's so difficult about the ontario building codes For for china home specifically but also in general in general everything. So i have. I also have design company and i've been designing regular houses for years and even there. We run into problems where because everything with the internet has gone so global when we do our designs we get people to save stuff on print pinterest and other such things like that and we look through what their designs are and we would see spiral. Staircases and cable railings. I mean those are two things that have been huge throughout the rest of the world. Those are two things illegal and antero. You can't have horizontal members in a railing because you might climate and fall over. You can't have spiral staircases through more than ninety degrees and the rules. Just keep coming at you and it seems seems ridiculous but when we get into tiny home specifically some of the things that really impact us are are. That was the only place. North america has minimum room sizes and sealing so a ceiling height for livable space. Must be a minimum of six eleven. So difficult under the loft very well. Yeah or it means doable. But your loft becomes very small however your loft must also have six eleven so now to be classified as living space or bedroom. That's living space. You need to have sex with eleven so now we can't live in our loss so there's always i in my career. I've gone through finding ways around the rules to to use them to work within them. But kind of like on the very edges. So i like to say we can design a storage sloth. And if you happen to store a mattress and a spare body up there at your time that's And then simply other. Things are the minimum room sizes. So you mentioned you found just by talk by seeing a video on the nest and that is interior smallest legal house and it's two hundred and thirty square feet. I cannot build a house smaller than that. Be legal. maybe to twenty. I can get away with because the bathroom doesn't have size only has a ceiling but the main living has to be. It's actually in meters because that's out canada's but it's thirteen point five square meters which gives me an outside wall dimension of ten by twenty and that it has to be the combination space of cooking eating living and sleeping and then i have a bathroom on side of it and so that's how we get the two hundred twenty or two hundred and thirty square feet so i like to say to people. Oh there's one more thing it's illegal living on -tario in anything that has wheel. So i like to say to people everything you've seen on the internet about tiny homes would never pass the code on -tario but we can still design houses within the code in it's more of There's a lot of lobbyists out there. Who say hey. I'm all for tiny homes. We have to change the rules. And do you know how long it takes to get the government to change rules decade decades. It's ridiculous so i i'd rather say hey. We have the rules. I'm an expert on figuring out how to work with in them the most of our ability and then you know like i said connor dwelling on the outer edges of those rules. And then what you have to do though is bend your mind of that idea a little bit in your mind of what you think. A tiny is and we can make it work right so down like building people what they might have in their head as the picture of a tiny home. Which is you know a little house on. A trailer must not be legal in ontario. I'm sure that doesn't stop people from doing it though. No we bill goes to
REIGNY DAY FINALE
"All right big announcement. I told you there is an announcement. Maybe you heard. Maybe it would hurt. Because i think this probably only place. I'm going to say it. This is going to be the last rainy day podcast because i am abandoning zach. I'm abandoning the rain. And i'm leaving. I have taken a job In detroit or for the red wings and tigers. I won't be broadcasting games. I'm hoping to maybe keep doing that. But let's not get another personal stuff. Because i think it's better to burn out than fade away. Neil young one said. And so i know what you're wondering. Now who's gonna fill in In join zack. As he continues up these pains. And i don't know i don't know I don't know what will happen. What are you thinking right now. I mean i mean how could we possibly replace you It's been raining in ontario for the last year and a half. It's finally going to be sunny day without the rainy day. Podcast starting in twenty twenty one So bittersweet you know we had a great run. Here was excited to keep it going. But i'm looking forward to some some time away from the from the microphone busy good. This became a simon and garfunkel situation. And yes. I am. The paul simon in this group and will likely go on to be wildly successful whereas zach will have mrs robinson and that's about it as as far as his hits go. I'm moving on out. I will get into a few things in a sack. But i another thing. You're thinking as who's going to call the ring games. And i think it's gotta be used back and i know everyone's like well that can't call the games second kagame. He's never called a hockey game before bites little. Do you know zach as a matter of one time hopped on the mike in called. Play by play for the terreaux fire. Department verse d. n. y. Game and i have a couple of clips from that game to an active. Going gonna put these on. I'm going to put him on to just give you a feel for what's coming out the bye-bye now you guys may have you thinking. Wow we liked listening again. It was pretty okay on the games but it is. I think going to add a level of excitement. So here's just one clip. That i'll play now. Sixteen seconds left on the clock on panthers on. This is the most exhilarating game i've seen in my life. The sixteen bazan italians are going berserk. We had seven seven game. Twelve point four on the clock here at citizens business bank arena. What a saturday afternoon. Matinee team home crowd atmosphere s really pushed antero odd. Ny sdn y they. They might be a little bit rattled hearing this timid visiting atmosphere. S some there. I mean you future in this. I mean i'm used to calling games with sixteen or less people at them. So that's that's me up well to do this during a pandemic it's So that's one thing in my favor Like color man from that game is a one time rainy day. Podcast guest mas- mcelroy. I'm sure he would up and leave his current job with vegas come back and be the rain kellerman unpaid of course as you can tell by his performance in that obviously wouldn't pay him to do color I think he would probably leave in a heartbeat to that. So the tandems there. I mean the the obvious answers in place with myself on play by play nat color. So we'll see you know maybe Maybe i do have a few. Maybe though You know some other. Nhl teams here that call on this rainy day. Podcast they want me to call. Nhl games and the rain are still looking. I don't know you leave as well. Yeah maybe you know that could volt. Nbc job doc. Emrick guy retired. Maybe they hear this. They just kind of me up to that job So something to think about moving forward. So let's wrap up here. i do you know. There's a lot of people that i like. That i've said to so i'm not gonna do it here But this podcast has been an absolute blast. And so i do want to thank everyone who has lessons This is been a ton of fun of once. We got into the rhythm of it. And i think we did a good thing here with this. I'm really gonna miss call in the ring games like calling the game. Not being able to do that consistently is very bitter sweet. I guess it's just bitter. It's not sweet leaving bittersweet but calling. The game's not not being able to do that next year. It's tough But the just gonna be here. And i'm not going to get into because it's really not any your business you listeners. But i But i am going to miss all of you. I love doing this. Podcast and i love working for the rain and you never know. Maybe i'll see again. Maybe i won't But i just thank you for listening and we have had a lot of fun doing this. Podcast i think zach. Have you know. I have a lot of funded. Didn't really know what to expect when a lot better than it did. In our trial run in two thousand eighteen nineteen so is it was really cool to kind of see what it turned into to be able to have some really cool guests on some of our our players our top prospects you know sharing some stories and having fun. I thought that we took it in our own direction. Didn't care what anyone else thought. And i liked that. We had the chance to do that. Yeah i agree so again. Thank you to all of you. Thank you to our supporters of his reign staff year. And darren glenn we're We're big supporters and in the as well mike and kelly cheesman was big friend of the program we We always appreciated that support. But we're going to put this thing to bed. The rainy day podcast is gonna go out of the world just like it came in which is very mysteriously and very auspiciously. So that's how that's how we're gonna leave this zach good luck. I'm sure you'll work your release another month but i. I don't know maybe leave. Maybe won't be able to do it without me. I have kind of been You've been riding my coattails this organization for long enough. Maybe the time is up sharply in the local paper to try and replace that how we hire down these days just like a like a wanted like wanted middle aged five gaster with sas. I think you should open auditions open. Auditions zach a week long. Tweet year your audition at rain. Insider and i will be happy to listen to all audition tapes. That are tweeted to me. I think that's a great idea. Degraded him all right everyone. It has been a blast. We'll talk to you later. Maybe probably not for now is just goodbye.
"antero" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
"Most updated pages that i've That i've created try to make them Simplest possible but as helpful as possible and It seems like it's Exactly what you guys want so Thank you so much for that. So the first one i want to talk about is my new free reports dot real estate podcast show dot com page. And that will take you right to the hottest most requested reports that people are downloading now that changes every season And i'm using the seasons in toronto as the The basis for this but of course anywhere that it's cold right now You wanna make sure that you're doing all the things you need to do to keep your property your home your condo. Whatever it is keep it in. Its best shape possible. So the home maintenance checklist i absolutely. It's it's it's mandatory. I make sure that everyone who moves with me. I is always one season ahead in terms of keeping up on their properties. I urged that for you too. And it's right there. There's nothing stopping you just head over the report and become a part of the real estate podcast show army by getting that one but even more popular than that which blue you know. Sort of bloom blew. My mind recently could have to do with a lot of people being in lockdown but everyone on the planet seems to be interested in my home history dot real estate podcast show dot com free report. Which allows you to find out. More about your property obviously The properties that i handle are in the toronto. Gte antero area. But if you're looking for that kind of information on property anywhere. I've got people all over the planet that do that. So it's not just me. I've trained many agents across the country and the world to be able to look up that information into as much as possible. Get the right details. And that's what i want to be for you guys. Is that sort of that all purpose storyteller. And i really appreciate you giving me that opportunity by being you know by closing in on almost forty five thousand total downloads which just blows my mind Again i look back to the day or the week that i started I saw ten people listening. And i was just amazed. And i'm still amazed. And the fact that i'm now growing at a pace of roughly two thousand downloads a week It was about a thousand downloads a week in the summer and fall Summer fall and now it's coming up to two thousand a week. I cannot wait to see that. Double again And it's all thanks to your support. Which is why the other really popular place to be To help me do more for those who need my help. And our help is support dot real estate. Podcast show dot com. That's the other link. I want you to keep handy by you guys supporting this podcast by guy supporting me as your realtor And not just your realtor in toronto. Gt but your realtor period so that means wherever on the planet you are. i can still be your realtor. You're you're you're you're consiglieri. If you wanna call it that attor godfather fan. I can still be the one. That's helping you get the best access to information wherever you are right from toronto. Gte but all over the world. And i make sure that. I do that by connecting you with all the best of the best in those areas and still promoting your property right here on the show making sure that it gets the world stage recognition which is something that no one else can give you. There is no other real estate. Podcast show dot com equivalent. I wanna make sure you know that it's because of your support so anything that you can Do as far as just signing on and becoming a subscriber you have you actually now have bonuses like i actually have different levels of membership which is really fun because I wanna be able to interact with you guys even more for those who are Again the The heavy listeners. And of course to be able to promote your businesses in your you know Causes things that are important to you. do do that even more and i can only do that with you. Guys supporting the podcast. I'm trying to run the podcast separately from just my real estate business. Of course it does help when you buy and sell through me. of course. that's the main way you help But if you're not able to do that or you're just the you know happy where you are. You're not going to be moving then again. The way to support me through the podcast again is right there. All the links are there. and all the information that you could possibly need Even as little as just buying me a beer like five or ten dollar donation Helps get the podcast Into the right places helps me Be able to invest in All sorts of technology. And i've made some huge investments this year and i'm really really hoping that they will help all of the people that are on You know on on the on the on the system with me on the in a sort of in the army with me so to speak. So that's it. Those two main links the ones i want you to keep handy and go ahead and visit some of them both of them. Obviously so the first one is free reports dot real estate podcast show dot com second one support dot real estate. Podcast show dot com. Those to hopefully will help you. Get to the point where In this by yesterday alone. I could not i could not believe how many of you again in the toronto. Gte area have requested your home history report because to me. It's just it's so fascinating to know who lived in your house before you what it looked like before Any of the stories that you may never have heard a and it just blows my mind that you don't That people don't do this before they make a move to me. It's just it's a given. I i look into the stuff. I try to find out as much as i can And hopefully you're the same kind of person but for some of you who already moved into those houses There's a bunch of stories there that you may never have heard And i've covered some incredible stories. Some good some bad and unfortunately some ugly too but mostly it's just to inform you to educate you to make you a smarter homeowner to be able to tell your stories better. Which is what i do here and It really gives so both of us the chance to get to know each other through storytelling which to me is the most ancient of artists. The most that means ten thousand years in the making to get to the point where i am now with storytelling and his evolved to the point where i can talk to you on this microphone To places all over the world just recently got my stats telling me that. I've had a thirty three percent increase in listenership in the usa. Thank you usa and sixty three percent increase in followers listeners. Around the world to me. That's just an incredible incredible feat only possible. Thanks to you guys And again you guys. Being real estate podcasts show dot com Devotees and i really appreciate each one of you listening And make sure you let everybody know that This is the real estate podcast show. There is no other real estate podcast. Show dot com this zip so make sure that you're tuned in here and i want to hear your voices want to add more and more of your voices in your stories to this show and make it so global that again it cannot be ignored and right now i feel like it. Is that big. But it's only going to get bigger. Thanks for tuning in..
"antero" Discussed on Switch4Good
"Then do. So of course, without any visible compass sextant chronometer or chart. And the chapter starts out to say that. On a foggy night. In tabor, Mauri Antero in May two, thousand, sixteen police responded to a distress call from a woman who had accidentally driven her Toyota into Lake Huron. After dutifully following directions from her GPS. She had taken a fateful turn onto a dock before plummeting into the murky waters below. Yes, she escaped unharmed. A cursory? Google. Search displays countless stories of navigation Lee challenged drivers blindly following their GPS onto train platforms into oceans down cliffs into golf course, sand traps, even through living rooms where it's just like stupid now. But I am very, very, very directionally challenged. So I can relate to that I just only hope that I would look up before I drove myself into the ocean because the GPS. GPS said, take a right turn right here. But after that bit on humans and their brilliant you goes into stories of a couple of different animals and their extraordinary navigational skills that they have while not using GPS and my very favorite was is the story on the tiny Arctic tern they. They sound like they are just minute I. Don't know if there is more announces. So? Yes. So they're that tiny think of that tiny. So they dart zigzag more than forty, four, thousand miles between Greenland and Arctic each and every year. There you go. While the four ounce birds path might seem inefficient zigzagging. Right? They hopscotch from continent to continent following precise air currents. So they never have to fly into the wind and is a psych I can appreciate that. But as a human idiot, I went into the I've always going into the wind never figuring. Kirk, and.
Aid programs, partisan politics and the path forward: A dispatch from Ottawa
"To Parliament Hill to get a sense of how the aid packages for Canadians have evolved. Since they were first announced. What's available now? What might or might not become available in the future and of course to see if our MP's have figured out the mute button yet. I though I will mute Claire so that she can give you everything. You need to be up to date today. Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr Teresa. Tam says the spread of Cova. Nineteen is slowing in Canada. But the number of deaths is on the rise and she says that's because of outbreaks at long term care homes more than three quarters of the deaths are linked to those facilities. She also talked about testing capacity two weeks ago. She said she believes the country could do sixty thousand tests a day but lately Canada's been averaging twenty eight thousand tests a day she says provinces can help by extending the criteria for who can get tested British Columbia's laid out some plans for easing restrictions around Kovic nineteen starting next weekend. The province is allowing group gatherings of more than six people as long as no one is showing any symptoms of the virus. Also this month. Some businesses in BC will be allowed to reopen including hair salons retail stores museums libraries and some restaurants Dr Bonnie Henry the Provinces Health Officer says BC has put the brakes on the outbreak. But they're not through it yet and Antero Premier Doug Ford says the provinces moving with cautious optimism in the reopening of garden centres nurseries and hardware stores. Ontario's still not technically in its first phase of restarting the economy which was outlined a few weeks ago and the emergency orders have been extended until may nineteenth as of Wednesday evening sixty three thousand four hundred and ninety six cases of Cova Nineteen in Canada with four thousand three hundred and fifty seven deaths and I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Cormac McSweeney is the Parliament Hill reporter for city news for Rogers Radio and every once in a while for us and he's working from home and so am I so Forgive the toddler noises. But how are YOU DOING CORMAC? I'm doing all right surviving like everyone else's in isolation well and we're not the only ones doing this now so my first question is just tell me how virtual parliament for the first time ever is going. Well it's been interesting. I mean as you know there have been some troubles some growing pains as MP's and the House of Commons tries to switch to this Basically a really large zoom meeting and they're actually using a version of the zoom platform to host all of this So there have been a lot of troubles as people. Try to figure it out. There were connectivity issues where people were losing their connection and that's unfortunately just a fact of life with a lot of Mp's living in rural areas of the country and not having the same Same sort of connection as you would have. Let's say in Toronto or Ottawa? A lot of 'em. Ps You know figuring out the mute button figuring out the translation button as well because every time somebody doesn't hit the right button it seems to have to pause proceedings to try and deal with it but overall. I think it's been working out all right Aside from the technical hiccups that they've had I it seems to be rolling along smoothly in terms of having MP's MP's question The Prime Minister and different cabinet ministers and I will note as well that this is not technically a sitting of the House of Commons. It's technically a sitting of this special Cova Nineteen Committee that involves every MP and the reason why point that out is because there's there's a difference of procedure so we don't have the normal question period where Thirty SECONDS OF FOUR QUESTION. Thirty seconds for an answer instead because it's a committee. Mp's get about five minutes to question. Whatever minister or the Prime Minister And they can ask as many questions within that time period and the rule of thumb. Is You answer? Just as long as the question has gone on for and so it really does allow for a lot more of a substantial debate and a substantial questioning of the cabinet. Because if you WANNA get a lot of information out of a cabinet minister keep your question short and just squeeze as as many as you can with a five minute period. So what is the tone of those questions and this sitting been lake because to an observer it does seem Less like the. We're all in this together tone That we had six weeks ago. You know when all the aid packages were coming together. Yeah you hit it right there You know at the start of all of this. It seemed like there was going to be no criticism for the Trudeau government right away because this was an unprecedented time and unprecedented measures had to be taken but slowly over the last number of weeks. We've seen The Conservative Party. Start this off where they started questioning the programs being put forward by the government and in a very public fashion. I would say that for the virtual sitting themselves. The tone is actually quite different than what we've seen from the news conference as being held by the individual parties the tone on these Virtual sittings in and these. Qna's that are happening is actually quite different. From the grandstanding and showmanship you normally expect out of question period. In fact everyone's a little bit more toned down and there's I it's much more substantial questioning There's a lot more information coming out. And I think that's a great thing It really shows that without the theatrics that we normally get in question period There can be a good conversation to be had between opposing sides in the House of Commons. But outside of the virtual sittings exactly as we were discussing You know there's been more criticism for the Trudeau. Government people are exposing the gaps in some of the programs that have been announced. And we're really seeing the ideological differences for how we should be dealing with this pandemic at this time and the Conservatives have started raising more and more of opposition to the conservatives add to the true liberals rather as every week has gone on. So it'll be interesting to see where we go from here because up until may twenty fifth were working on a system of Just having one weekly in person a in the House of Commons and then to virtual sittings But the Conservatives for awhile now have been pushing for as many as four in-person sittings each week And so as we approach may twenty fifth Towards the end of this month there'll be more conversations between the opposition parties and the government about how we proceed from here because there's still a lot to do and You know June is when normally parliament would break towards the end of June For the summer break but With this pandemic ongoing and with it being such a fluid situation. I imagine we might see some more unprecedented changes to the procedures of parliament as we move forward and continue to deal with with this pandemic.
What does the future of sports look like?
"Do you remember the night that coveted nineteen got serious and North America? It was early March. Donald Trump gave an oval office address to America about the new corona virus. At the same time Tom Hanks announced he'd tested positive. And meanwhile a basketball team was being pulled off the four. Utah's no longer on the floor. The thunder no longer on its bench. The officials have gone back to walk through fans here in the arena. I don't know what's going on. We don't know what's going on has been postponed also this astounding and unprecedented story continues to evolve the NBA is suspending the season. I say that understand. Now this is gonNA sound stupid. But we'll all that was going on. I was watching it happen. I was drafting a fantasy baseball team for the upcoming season. And now because I can't bear to turn them off I get notifications every week. Reminding me to set that fantasy teams lineups. There are no lineups. Baseball is a fantasy right now. There are no sports and beyond my stupid fake team even beyond all our collective excitement about things like watching the Toronto Raptors. Try to repeat. The absence of sports has an impact. There are hundreds of thousands of people who make a living directly or indirectly from those games all work but also on a more psychological level and this age of streaming and on demand and specialized curated playlists live. Sports are one of the very few things left that millions of people experienced together at the same time and the absence of that has an impact to a sports. World hasn't stopped. It's actually oddly busier than ever. Just in very different ways. They're huge changes coming to these games. Some of them will be temporary but some of them will be permanent. And someday when you watch a game on TV or go to a game in person or even if you don't give a crap about sports if you find downtown in a big city on a game notice those changes. When will that actually happen? And what do they look like? Nobody knows at least not yet. But we will talk to someone who has been working on finding out as soon as claire catches us up on what you need to know right now. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Says the government will have more funding and an expanded job placement program for? Post secondary students who are struggling to find work. He says all the programs introduced for students will add up to about nine billion dollars. Antero has now become the second province after Quebec to call in military helped to fight the corona virus in long term care homes premier. Doug Ford says this is meant to provide operational and logistical assistance. So that workers can focus on caring for residents Ontario's also expanding cove nineteen testing to every resident and worker in long term care homes on Prince Edward Island the premier and top health officials say. They're hoping to lift some of the restrictions around Kovic nineteen in early. May they say this'll be done slowly and with consultation it's still not known when school's in. Pe. I will reopen. And the one thing the premier says will not change anytime soon is the restriction on mass gatherings. Pi has had twenty six cases of the virus. As of Wednesday evening. Canada has now topped forty thousand cases of covert nineteen with two thousand and seventy four deaths. Jordan he'd Rawlings and this is the big story Richard A writer for the athletic. He is also the CO host of writer's Block on Sports Net five ninety fan in in Toronto and he is also the CO host of a new podcast called sports on Fos sports podcast much and a pandemic with no sports. Hello Richard why? Don't you start as somebody who's just completely immersed in the world of Sports By telling me what you've learned about sports since they've vanished. Well that's a good question. I think first and foremost it just re emphasizes the importance of the escapism in our lives. It's not to say that prior to covert nineteen. We didn't recognize and understand how important sports is. But I think it's sort of human nature that when you lose something that you love when you lose something that is very close to you it really reinforces in reminds you just how much you've missed it. The interesting thing about this so far is that the literal time it's been gone isn't long. I mean we haven't been a year away from sports. We haven't been five years away from sports. You know depending on sort of your locale or what your sport is. We're looking under two months still but it feels longer. That's kind of the interesting thing with this. That it feels like we've been missing all the stuff for such a long time and it reinforces just how important and you know how how impactful it is all our lives and no matter what your sport is. The likelihood is it impacts you in some form or matter on a daily basis whether you're watching the live event where you're reading about the Levin Bet. Whether your you know on facebook or twitter instagram talking tweeting or posting about the lot. Then so I think that's for me. What the absence of sports is Is reinforced is just how central a figure. It is in in so many lives were. Yeah they were Sports are so integrated into kind of the rhythm of our daily life. And I'm not just talking about you know you. As a as a sports journalist myself as a sports fan but Just the way kind of life ebbs and flows are a constant and. I guess what I want to know is what happens in that billion billion dollar industry when all of a sudden there's a huge vacuum and there's just nothing well a lot happens And it really depends on what area you want to focus on. You know for a the business part of the industry you're seeing furloughs layoffs and tournaments and or jobs that will never come back. Rogers Rogers Cup just announced. It's cancelled and tennis. Canada just furloughed all sorts of people. And it's their intention to bring people back but you just don't know you don't know what the what the future holds think about all the teams that Think about all the people who work either for a sports team and just think about like well the vice president or the public relations person or the or the player but all the jobs that are associated around sports the bars and the restaurants that do business on game days people who Who Work in the businesses in the neighborhood outside of ballparks vendors who provide sports teams will whatever they provide so the reason. It's a six billion dollar businesses. Because there's so many ancillary parts connected to it so very few people are not impacted by it at least culturally or psychically. But then there are millions of people who are literally economically impacted by it and those are the ones. I think about because the reality is all the jobs. Don't come back you know. My Hope. Is that most do? But I'm a realist to know that all won't what have we learned about? Who's getting taken care of an? Who's not since this has begun in the sports world. You know I've seen A lot of athletes and and some teams reaching to take care of their employees and then some outcries over other teams just letting everybody going letting them fend for themselves. Well usually learn who you know or again to sort of have these larger takeaways. At this point I think is impossible and probably a little arrogant and that we don't know what the world is going to sort of hold for us six months from now what it doesn't terms of a Sort of a micro focus is it does tell you what what institutions are community minded. What organizations are trying their best to save jobs versus doing immediate cuts? But I would say honestly for the most part. A lot of these sort of questions won't get answered for for months. We don't really know what it means because we still don't know how long how long were in this abnormal situation. And they're going to be parts of North America that returned faster and parts of North America. That a more conservative don't and we don't even know the impact of of what that means you know on a personal note. I support listening to the medical professionals and scientists and if that means we have to stay at home longer means that at the same time. I'm very fortunate where I have a job where I'm able to do that and still navigate. You know there are other people who hands so. It's just very hard to to answer that question organizations that really care about their employees. I think will do come up with the most creative solutions. They can't ultimately save jobs. Preserve Jobs. I wanted to ask you about the big picture. I but now on On more micro level you're doing daily sports radio and now You've launched a sports podcast at a time without sports What the heck you guys talking about. Well you'd be surprised. I mean if you have enough creative in And Smart People. And I'm not referring to myself on that is sort of behind the scenes people and producers technical directors etc. You can come up with stuff like the the fact is like the Nexus of sports and covert nineteen is is pretty significant from what these leaves are thinking now to what players are doing to athletes who are connected to medicine right now and some of the more remarkable things that that they're doing everybody essentially within this has a story that's kind of why they're still a lot of content to do. It's because every person in the sports world in some ways impacted this you know. Roger Goodell and Rob Manfred are impacted in a certain way commissioners of Leagues. And they have to figure out what the how to navigate the next path where. Hayley wickenheiser is impacted differently. Someone who's a former athlete but also an emergency room doctor? So you know has to sort of navigate that world so at least for both the sports on pause as well as writer's block I I have
Beloved Detroit Tigers star Al Kaline dies at 85
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8 unanimous picks for All-Decade Team include Brady, Watt
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How Canadas sex work laws put lives at risk
"Me what went through your mind when you saw the coverage about the murder of Quebec city sex worker Maryland Leveque You know to be honest. I avoided reading about it for a few days. I knew that it was going to be painful to engage with and so I took a couple of days to just ready myself off To read the coverage And then when I did of course it was it was a I was very upset. I was upset at such disregard for sex workers lives and just the incredibly gross incompetence that went into her murder like all of the different factors played into that. Yeah it was really painful. Yeah the idea that his they're like we're going to allow him to meet his sexual need for like killing his partner. You know brutally and in terms of like the the media media reaction and the response to it. You know you've been you've been you've really interesting history of activism you co founded the migrant sex worker project sex workers. There's project I'm you've done a lot of harm reduction to like. What did you see sort of missing from the conversations around sex worker safety kind of sprung out of the smarter and the way that people responded the to it? Yeah I mean one of the wild things for me is that you know the government in two thousand fourteen under Harper introduced series of antisemitic legislation. And one of the things things they did was they criminalized the sharing of information between sex workers. You know what the criminalization of sex work does is it. Basically prevents experts from sharing information including about men who've been harassing abusive or even violent. And so they criminalized that information but then they it was unbelievable to me that they would prevent sex workers from from sharing information with each other but then they wouldn't even give sex workers the the information they have that they had sent a killer to them. Yeah so they could have the notified them. Could've way way first of all it never should have happened in the first place. I mean there were so many steps at which this tragedy could have been prevented and I think that's one of the reasons that is a tragedy is how completely preventable. It was at at so many different stages but to send a killer out into the community to access the community of sex workers without notifying them and then that means means that no sex workers were given informed consent so they could make their own decision but whether they would want to see a killer and no doubt Maryland Leveque would not have wanted to had she known that about him but she was not given that opportunity to make a decision for herself. And let's let's back up a little bit since you brought up the changes changes in two thousand fourteen. You know So essentially the Steven Harper's conservative government said Let's like not allow. Let's make get a legal to advertise and to buy sex. Where does that leave a sex worker? You know how are you like. Would they do that to any other. I no not make your business more. Not GonNa let you advertise them. We're not gonNA actually let anyone buy from you. So what does that do how does that. How does that impact a sex worker safety? Well you know what happens with sex. The sex worker laws That were introduced in two thousand fourteen is that they're similar to but slightly worse than the laws that had been in place as before while we're those those laws were introduced under Mulroney in the eighties and those criminalised essentially everything around the sex industry. So you know it criminalizes. The sex workers working together criminalizes sex workers advertising it criminalizes sex workers ability to screen clients. It criminalizes their ability to hire anyone to work with them. as safety security or any other form of support it criminalizes even housing sex workers Because then if you take rent money from a sex worker that scene as matere really benefiting from sets work so it basically just creates a situation of total structural isolation for sex workers and that is the most dangerous thing for any any community. Isolation is always tied to threats to people's human rights to violence And so that the impact on sex workers is just that they're not able to work under conditions that they choose. They're not able to decide how they work. They have to be always working to evade law enforcement. And I mean working with migrant sex workers must be really interesting and the compounding issue on on this front right. You know. You're already isolated if you come from somewhere else and you're really just trying to make money to maybe sent home or and also like in the media coverage to. This is a beautiful white woman who was murdered as well you know. That's a factor right that like. I don't know Bill Blair you know who is the minister of safety community safety like. Would he be at the Mike You. You know with such aggressive questions to if it wasn't migrant worker necessarily and I mean what if question off because we have the answer to that which is that migrant. Sex workers have died since the introduction of of the act the protection of communities and Exploited Persons Act or pepe so Evelyn Boom and take a studio was murdered in southern Ontario. Tammy Lee was murdered in southern Antero and no none of these politicians were anywhere to be seen and we issued press releases. And you know I'm a part of a coalition that is fighting continually early for the rights of migrant workers and we don't see any of this concern for their deaths and there should be an inquiry into all of the violence that has occurred to the sex workers after the introduction of a law that the Harper government claimed would protect them. And so now I'm going to ask you about a moment in the House of Commons that Kind of conflicts fleet some of these issues right so we had a conservative. M P in Arnold pherson respond to question and the House of Commons from an DP appea- MP Laurel Collins. I also asked the honorable member if he considers the Harper government's decision to implement bill thirty six which criminalized the work environments the establishment. So sex workers go to to feel safe that criminalized their ability to hire security if he acknowledges that this is a factor in this death and many others and he said I just respond onto that by asking them honorable member across way if it's a area of work that she is considered and if that is an appropriate You know with a certain tone I mean. And I'm I'm sort of you know everyone has perceptions and listen to you know hear things a certain way but it was a bit of in that adversarial environment comments like I would like to ask the member of she's ever considered sex work and then launching into kind of a You know we who women and do not want to choose this. This is something that they are traffic into. This is something that we have to work hard to and in Canada prostitution in Canada is inherently. What did you think when you heard those comments knowing some of these complexities but also these very different things that are going on at this type of work and this kind of expectation? Then I think you're hitting at something when you mentioned that there was something about the tone because I was shocked when I saw the comments. I thought he was incredibly disrespectful. Respectful but what I think we all picked up was that he came across like a man who is being challenged by an intelligent and capable woman and who panicked and responded with cheap sheep sexism and I think that's actually very familiar. Feeling like a Lotta women saw that and we're like wait a second and then he followed that up with the completion of sex trafficking but just a slow that down and look at the first part of that yeah MP Collins was doing her job by asking the Conservatives a good question did did they consult with sex workers when they drafted the legislation that re criminalized sex work in two thousand fourteen. We should all be asking that question but instead of answering honestly vierzon dodges dodges the question by essentially trying to slut shame. MP Collins and asking she's ever done sex work. The problem I see is that isn't that it shameful to do sex work. It's is that he's asking the question to try to embarrass her and to not challenging him or his party right so he's actually trying to use sexism
Elizabeth Wettlaufer Pt. 1
"At a nursing home in the small city of Woodstock Canada eighty eight year old dementia patient Claw Tilda Adriano was resting in bed it was an early summer evening in two thousand seven clotilde looked up to see the night nurse arrive with her medical cart the nurse was an overweight woman with small classes she greeted Clotilde enthusiastically clean before removing a needle from its packaging she said with a smile the doctor wants you to have vitamin shot clotilde side and held out her arm she'd been caressing care since March and was used to being poked and prodded she looked away as the nurse jabbed the needle in Dan if clotilde hadn't averted her is she might have noticed the nurses odd expression she was still smiling slightly yet her is for coldly curious as she inserted the needle into Kotil does vein all done the nurse cheerfully exclaimed she packed up her things things and left claw tilda watched her go unnerved but not entirely sure why a few hours later Clo- TILDA began to weaken she became cold and clammy another nurse entered for a routine check a notice clotilde symptoms because of Clotilde clotilde history of diabetes the nurse hurry to treat her for low blood sugar though neither knew it the vitamin shot the nurse had given her was actually a large dose of insulin in a diabetic like claw Tilda it could have been fatal luckily clotilde survived the incident but unfortunately for the many victims that would come after her she forgot all about the cheerful nurse that had visited her earlier heard that evening hi I'm Greg Paulson this is serial killers apart cast original every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial serial killers. I'm here with my co host Vanessa Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify by or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar today we're going to examine the early life of the lethal Canadian nurse Elizabeth wetl offer at podcast were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at park last network and if you enjoy today's episode the the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help between two thousand seven and two thousand sixteen Elizabeth Abyss wet law for killed eight elderly residents of the long term care home where she worked as a nurse making her one of the most prolific killers lers in Canadian history this week will cover Elizabeth's religious upbringing and conflicted sexuality will explore Howard troubles led to depression I'm an anchor issues we'll also touch on how these issues caused her to begin harming those two helpless to fend for themselves next week we'll die further into Elizabeth's quiet killing spree which went undetected until she confessed it herself. Elizabeth May Parker was born on June tenth nineteen sixty seven to Doug and Hazel Parker in Woodstock Doc Antero Elizabeth nicknamed Beth was their second child and had one brother three years her senior the Parker family was extremely religious Doug and elder at the local Baptist Church was strict and demanding he required a submissive wife and children who adhered to the Church's teachings neighbor saw the parkers as the perfect leave it to beaver family despite a rigid upbringing Elizabeth loved the Church and was close to her family but when she hit adolescence her faith in Church doctrine was tested she realized she was attracted to women Duggan Hazel believe being gay was a sin bow there's little information on Elizabeth's formative years likely didn't welcome Elizabeth Sexuality than saw it there's an intrusion into their perfect family Elizabeth kept this side of herself secret for as long as possible it's very likely that her rejection up her own sexual identity caused her a great deal of guilt and self loathing throughout her childhood Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology psychology here and throughout the episode please note that is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show thanks Greg According to psychiatric author and Professor Jack Drescher those who are unable to acknowledge their sexual identity often attempt to dissociate associate those feelings from themselves they consider these feelings unacceptable and therefore hide that part of themselves from the persona they present to the world this negatively impacts their self esteem and makes it difficult to see themselves in their entirety by refusing to identify herself as Lesbian Elizabeth was unable to develop an understanding of who she was Elizabeth's insecurities were only exacerbated at school where she was shy shy awkward and overweight her childhood neighbor Glenn Hart said but she was often the odd kid out Elizabeth tried to combat this sense of isolation by participating in a number of extracurricular activities when she got to Huron Park Secondary school she played field hockey and joined joined the band as a trombone EST but despite her best efforts it seemed Elizabeth still struggled with fitting in in one thousand nine hundred eighty six nineteen year-old Elizabeth wrote a poem that was published in her high school yearbook align read each person's tune changes as he or she grows older but it's all the same and inevitably pointless this could be read as Elizabeth expressing her own fears about her future where she'd have to continue continue suppressing the side of her identity she was ashamed of
"antero" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Cat healthy Canada. And she practices at Charing Cross cat clinic and. Breath, antero. We're gonna be right back after this short break REEs. With doctor will be with you shortly right after these messages. Molly, here's you dinner. That's. Don't let that happen to your precious cat elevate your cat's eating experience with the cat tree trae. The cat tree trae keeps your cats food off the floor at could be located on the cat tree. It's the perfect way to eat. It's a beautiful wrought iron trae that easily attach to your cat tree at keeps dogs and other critters out of your cats. Dish of must multi bet households. There's a six trae for large bold and a four inch dre for smaller balls. Her is your cat treats rate today. Go right now to catch retry dot com. That's cat tree trae dot com. C. A. T. T. R. E. E T, R A, Y dot com. Pat. Live radio dot com. Welcome back to the pet doctor on pet life radio doctors, and we'll see you now, Dr St. Dennis I love my cats. And sometimes, I think that, you know, boy, I had a dog, this just might be easier because you could train dogs to do all sorts of things, and then you watch movies.
"antero" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"So in Ontario, the highest court there has ruled in favor of the college of physicians and surgeons of Antero that in their requirement that any physician who has a philosophical or religious objection to providing services like assisted dying contraceptives, or abortion are required to provide a referral to somebody who will do it. Three groups of religious physicians sued and it went through the courts and the court decided that telling while forcing them to provide a referral is an imposition on them. That is less burdensome than making the patient after go out on their own and find a new doctor to help out with whatever it is that they're needing. And making them go out on their own would be a violation of the, the primary care physicians role as the, the access to the healthcare world. And that's a side effect of having more and more specialists out there. You have to have somebody who can direct you to the specialists. And if you are going to somebody who won't do that, then who cares what the burden is on them as the patients. That's now. That's no way. No, right. Well, being doctor means you're a doctor, which means you should do. No harm. And if by doing nothing is bringing harm to somebody, then you're doing harm, but doctors are authorized to perform any services that doctors can perform. Any limiting of that is a self limitation based on skills, and competencies. I don't think it's that much of a stretch to say that, if you don't think if you can refer somebody because you don't want to treat their heart condition because you don't feel that you're capable of providing that service to refer them to a specialist that it really is that much different to say that because you have an objection to what they're wanting that you need to refer to them to another competent professional who is competent and comfortable performing that service. Right. That's like saying, well, God gave you a heart condition. So as I goes against my religious belief to intervene, and give you pacemaker. It's like no, that's, that's not how healthcare works and as a doctor, that's bullshit. Yeah. So good job Canada. Especially, and they were hold on, refresh me. They made it so that a, a primary care physician has to provide the referral. Yeah. So, yeah, if you go to a woman goes to her. Gynecologists wanting an IUD and the gynocologist has the religious objection to that then she has to do referral to somebody else that will do it, which is what most doctors would do should do should shit like it's. That's like the line between. Okay. I'm not okay with doing that. But I don't want that to happen ever. You don't have the legal authority to say that can't happen ever. Right. Because the alternative is the doctor just says. No. I won't do that. And that has happened, especially with pharmacists, leaving the patient with having to figure out okay? Where can I go so that you don't end up having to go through five more? Doctors till you find one that will. That's expensive paying a copay of retired. Yeah. Well now in Canada, they don't but okay. Yeah. Gotta hate America. Sometimes. Fucking copays. Austria has banned Muslim headscarves in schools. That's rude. Yeah. So the law is specific enough to not allow head coverings. That provide a certain amount of, of covering. But they made sure that the potka basically Sikh turban or a yarmulke. That's fine. Okay. That's absolutely not. So it covers most of the hair or some of the hair. But at the point that it covers all of the hair, then it's not allowed at the point that it covers all of the hair, that's a traditional Muslim headscarf. And as much as I believe that all religion is essentially vary elaborate, child abuse. That's not. Okay. Yeah. Jimmy just said, yeah, I can't see why that matters. Yeah..
"antero" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Stay in Canada? Obviously the max. The only thing I can give them is that I can't predict quite Leonard. I don't think anybody else can, and it's a great area up there with great people in Toronto Canada. So that might sell that on him. Maybe he's a cold weather person. You don't have to stay there. The entire year. Even though the summer months are probably very, very delightful in Canada, a especially around, like Antero and things like that. So I would say that the summer months or find the winter months, you're very busy, but you can't get around the way that you would in, in Los Angeles. You've you're playing for the clippers he's a quiet person. So I think that actually works more the raptors favor. So I think there's a chance, but I think that you just have to sell whatever culture, you're trying to build and they try to build a culture with the with the raptors even though I think culture, something that's overrated, and professional sports. But you try to build a culture you try to sell that. And you try to sell the type of people that are in Toronto and the type of fan base that you have because they will certainly be supportive of him next. All right, Ken switching football Big Ben host the Steelers skill players at a lake house. Now we know he had a rough year and there has been controversy off the field throughout his entire career. But obviously can't knock what he's done. He's a hall of Famer but Ken, what is his legacy when it comes to all time steal it? Oh man. Sheesh ship. I.
President Trump, President And White House discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Amid a trade war with China. President Trump is moving to ease tension with allies ABC soccer megani has more from the White House. The president lifting import taxes on Canadian and Mexican steel and aluminum clearing the way for approval of a trade pact between the three nations, he slept on the tariffs last year in the name of national security, and Canada, had resisted approving the deal while they were in place. They were hurting Canadian consumers Canadian workers and American workers in American consumers. Prime minister Justin Trudeau and Antero shortly before President Trump spoke here in Washington, where he did not address the tariffs, but push congress to approve the deal fantastic deal for a country. The White House says, he's now holding off on deciding whether to put tariffs on foreign vehicles, which would have a big impact on Europe and
General Motors, Antero And Oshawa discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Their General Motors in the union representing most of its auto workers in Canada have reached a deal to keep some of its Antero auto plant open the Oshawa plant was scheduled to close this year. Instead part of it will be converted to a part. Stamping factory location will be scaled back though, and will no longer produce
Is Doug Ford cutting Ontario to the bone? Or is this what voters signed up for?
"City or a province or a federal government is big and dance packed with numbers. There are always little details buried in. It's fine print that only come too late later on mostly these details are people especially people who voted for the guys who didn't get to make the budget all of that is business as usual, but over the past couple of weeks since the Progressive Conservative government delivered a budget and on -tario. There are an awful lot of those little details last week the government cut funding to the north and south on -tario library services for government wants to go from thirty five public health agencies to just ten flashing one billion dollars in provincial tree. Planting organization was told by the Ford government that four point seven million in funding is being cut the provincial government is planning to acts more than thirty four hundred teaching positions over the next four years to save some. Money and the people of Antero well basing bit beyond ERC. There has been news of cuts to services and funding and programs nearly every single day since the budget dropped in Ontario, and the list is kind of staggering to contemplate. So, of course, for some this is the end of the world and to be fair, the sorts of services that are at risk here. Do seem fairly critical on the other hand Doug Ford government won a mandate to find savings and balance the budget of a province in debt. So are they not just doing what they promised or have they gone beyond their mandate. How hard is it to keep track of these various measures? When there's a hailstorm of them. And are we I mean us in the media doing a good job at focusing on what's important here. Or are. We just chasing each shiny new object as it's revealed. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story. Fatima Siad is an investigative reporter with the national observer, she spent much of the past week exhaustively tracking a list of all these cuts Fatima. Hi, jordan. Can you? Tell me first of all in broad strokes and for people who might live outside of Ontario. What's been going on in this province for the last few months? Very big question to answer. I'm going to approach it in a slightly different way. The new phrased it I'm going to tell you everything that happened just last week. All right. So what we learned last week is the Ford government is getting rid of Ohio medical emergency coverage for on Tehran's travel outside of the country. What this means is that if you're traveling to what's your favorite country, Jordan. Of the top of my head Spade. Okay. Say you're traveling to sane and you twister leg, and you need to go to the hospital. Oh, hip, which is the -tario health insurance program would cover you for up to two hundred dollars per day for a hospital stay and up to four hundred dollars a day for a higher level level of care. Should you need it? And that program is being cut to save a couple million dollars last week. We also learned that the government has stopped funding a program that was aiming to plant fifty million trees in Ontario. This is important because we were trying to build forest cover, which we need in this province to prevent flooding to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions to fight climate change and so forth. I got trees are great. Last week. We also learned that the government is axing all the funding to the Mars discovery district. This is something the logic reported. The Mars discovery district is an innovation hub where a lot of new ideas and new inventions and new tech start in that district. So what does loss of funding mean, not quite sure yet? But it's happening. And last week. We also learned that the -tario music fund is being cut by half from fifteen million dollars to seven million dollars. According to billboard. What does that mean? Jordan. I don't know. Neither do I. But we know that the funding is getting cut, and that is going to have some sort of fact on -tario music industry that's pretty comprehensive for just a week. But that's why we wanted to talk to you. Because for myself, even who who covers the news everyday and lives in on -tario, and for people who don't pay close attention to the news over people who live in another province. I feel like we've heard a lot about one cut another cut another, and it seems really difficult to keep track of it. Absolutely. Is it's a lot. And I think part of the reason that we're hearing more and more about new cuts every day is because a we have a new government, right? They're barely a year into their tenure, and they have plans, and we're learning about those plans slowly, but surely and they're coming out step by step. So that's one part of it. The second part is that the budget just came out on April eleventh, and it was very complicated. Difficult to understand document that we are just still navigating. And looking between the lines of and understanding what you know, some of the proposals mean if you're someone who's just casually paying attention to the news at concede like these cuts are being announced one day after the other. But explain the process a little bit to me because this result of sort of two weeks of digging down into one document. No, I think this is the result of a government still laying out how it's going to execute its plan and its vision for governance, if you can imagine the budget that was put out April eleventh was three hundred eighty page document that laid out a vision for four years that aim to reduce red tape that aim to find a fishing sees to reduce thirteen point five billion dollar deficit. According to the government and that aimed to restore accountability. And those are the government's words not mine that they want to restore accountability and trust and they want to bring more modernization and transparent. Rency to sort of the work that the government does the budget lease out a series of ideas about this and not entirely clear from I read what those ideas meant on practical terms. So when you're going through the budget, and you're looking at numbers, so the funding of the ministry of natural resources, for example, was cut. What does that mean? And then as you start digging into it, you realize, oh that means that we have less money for firefighters who tackle forest fires or we have less
"antero" Discussed on AP News
"Malaysia mountain climber who was stranded for nearly two days alone near the summit of Anna porna- in the Himalayas is now recovering in a hospital in Nepal capital. The man who became separated from his expedition group during the descent was rescued Thursday after a hospital crews searching for him saw him waving his hands the head of seven summit tracks which arranged the expedition says the man had been without an action bottle food and water for more than forty hours. He calls the rescue great achievement for the climbing community and says he hopes it'll help spread a positive message across the climbing world. Thousands of students from dozens of countries are in Detroit competing in the biggest youth robotics event in the world. Still organizers of the first championship hope it gets a lot bigger. President Don Bosie says I has a presence in only twelve percent of US schools, he and others with the New Hampshire based nonprofit are trying to attract more students, including from underrepresented communities. Very pong wish who is seventeen is the captain of the first nations stem team that qualified for its first first championship. She says her Antero base squad is the only one of the competition made up entirely of indigenous students. Radio news. I Tim McGuire. Police and prosecutors in Sunnyvale California, say Iraq war veteran Isaiah people's intentionally targeted. The people hit with his car in a crosswalk believing. They might be Muslim thirteen-year-old.
"antero" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"With both Antero position agree on BreX. Zett? I think there are actually a number of areas that we agree on. I think we both wanted to leaving the with the deal. I think we both. We both want to protect jobs. I think we both want to ensure the we end free movement. I think we both recognize the withdrawal an agreement. What we wanted to do now is to find a way forwards that can come on the support of his house and deliver on Brexit deliver on the results of the referendum from feature story news in London. I'm Nestle Powell prime minister may also said she would ask the EU for a further delay to Britain's departure date postponed once already to avert a chaotic and economically damaging no deal Brexit on April twelfth there was no assurance. The European Union would agree to postpone again, the president of the European Commission. John Claude Juncker said a no deal Brexit next week appeared more likely than ever his remarks appeared on Sierra really twelve April is the final date for possible approval. If the house of Commons does not. Adopt a staunch before the date. No short term extension will be possible off to the twelfth of April. We run the risk of jeopardising the correct running of the European elections. And the correct functioning of the European Union. The EU economy Commissioner said a no deal. Brexit would mean longlines at borders and paperwork headaches for customs checks on the eleven thousand vehicles that enter and leave Britain every day. Hollywood actresses, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Laughlin appeared in court today, along with dozens of other parents caught up in a nationwide college admission scandal involving bribery and fraud among other allegations, the two actresses and Laughlin Fash fashion designer husband Muslim Ojea newly appeared for a hearing and a packed Boston courtroom. And we're not asked to enter a plea. They remained free on bail. Several other parents were given similar hearings of a few minutes each the proceedings came three weeks after fifty people on all charged with taking part in a scheme in which parents bribed coaches and helped rig test scores to get their children into some of the nation's most selective universities including Yale Stanford Georgetown and the university of southern California. The case has become the biggest college admission scheme ever prosecuted by the Justice department. It's Royal the world of higher education and amplified complaints. The system is. Stacked in favor of the wealthy. Laughlin who appeared in the nineteen eighties sitcom full house as accused along with Jia newly of paying half a million dollars to get their daughters admitted as recruits to the USC crew team, even though neither had been arowar. Authorities said the couple helped create fake athletic profiles for their daughters about having them pose for photos on rowing machines. Huffman who starred in the TV drama, desperate housewives? Among other projects is charged with paying the admissions consultant at the center of the scheme fifteen thousand dollars to have a Proctor, correct? The answer is on her daughters. SAT Huffman Laughlin and GM. Newly have not publicly addressed the allegations. They and others charged with conspiracy and fraud could face twenty years in prison. If convicted President Trump is distorting reality when it comes to disaster. Eight for Puerto Rico which was slammed by back to back hurricanes in twenty seventeen in a flurry of angry tweets yesterday. Trump argued the US territory has gotten more than its fair share of money to rebuild Trump asserted Puerto Rico had already received ninety one billion dollars in aid, which is flat out wrong, and readers of tweets would know from them that quarter Ricans are US citizens. The actual aid Puerto Rico has received so far is about eleven to fourteen billion dollars. About a quarter of what's been appropriated the dispute over a to Puerto Rico caused the Senate to deadlock over a larger disaster aid Bill that would send money to southern farmers California wildfire victims and hurricane hit states such as Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. Eric Lecomte is executive director of jubilee USA. An interfaith nonprofit alliance have religious development advocacy, groups, he spoke to Sonali Kolhatkar of rising up with Sonali about Trump's claims that the federal government has been too generous to Puerto Rico. Well, a lot of people have tried to explain where these numbers are coming from from the president. And it seems clearly that it gets a misunderstanding of what the damage was that took place in Puerto Rico against the actual aid that purdah Rico has received for recovery and for rebuilding. So the total damage estimates of four Puerto Rico range from ninety to one hundred twenty billion dollars as as two bits of the damage that took place from the twenty seventeen hurricanes Irma Maria in terms of what is passed so far by congressional action by White House action roughly? About fifty billion dollars in aid has passed four Puerto Rico in the US Virgin Islands. But unfortunately, much of that aid hasn't been dispersed. The most reliable estimates around the amount of aid that Puerto Rico has received today is probably around fourteen billion dollars. So they've been promised by congress and the White House fifty billion, but we believe for the total recovery and rebuilding to take place for Puerto Rico to rebuild withstand. The next storm. We're looking at somewhere between ninety billion and one hundred twenty billion dollars that's needed for recovery for the island. So Trump is taking the damage that the island suffered claiming that's how much it has already received even though about half that has been appropriated and only a tiny fraction has actually been delivered mean some there are some reports that two chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney. The one whispering these into his these figures into his ears. He's also said that to Puerto Rico got far more money than Texas and Florida combined. Do you get the sense that he is sort of other rising Puerto Rico that this foreign places colony that, you know, some members of his own administration has referred to as another country is undeserving of aid, especially when compared to places that he considers important like, Texas and Florida. Well, unfortunately, over the last few months, we've seen a lot of misinformation be put out there around Puerto Rico. And unfortunately, some of that misinformation has come from the president the damage estimates in terms of aid are clearly one of those issues. But I think we've also seen that Puerto Rico has kind of become a bargaining chip right now is congress is in a very unhealthy place in terms of working together Puerto Rico is kind of become a bargaining chip to move for proposals. Just recently we saw the White House talking about taking of aid that was committed from Puerto Rico in order to build or strengthen the border wall that the president wants to build in the south of the United States along the Mexican border. And of course, right now what we've seen is that in the Senate, which is now. Responsible for passing disaster relief legislation for Puerto Rico, Iowa, Nebraska. North Carolina, Florida. I wa that this legislation. That also includes Puerto Rico has been held up it again that's been around how much money the island should receive. I think unfortunately, a lot of Americans don't understand that people living in Puerto Rico people born in Puerto Rico are US citizens and even though as a US territory. Day can vote like Texas CAD in terms of election voting for president of the citizens are American citizens, and when they board a sixty dollar plane flight from San Juan to Orlando when they get off the plane as American citizens they can fully vote for the president of the United States. So we're dealing unfortunately with the reality that a lot of the homeland you lies the three point five million people live Berta Rico are actually.
Warming Climate Implies More Flies--and Disease
"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Jatta. A recent analysis predicts that forty percent of the world insect species could go extinct within a couple of decades, the highest death tolls could be among butterflies, Mods bees and dunk Beatles. Conspicuously absent from that list, though, are the house flies because they may actually do better in a hotter world under a warming scenario. You would have a larger fly population, which is able to hang around for a longer period of time, Amy Greer, an epidemiologist and mathematical model at the university of wealth in Ontario. She says flies are also more active when it's warm meaning more chances to land on your picnic, dips Greer student Melanie cousins now a doctoral candidate at the university of Waterloo explains the effect on us what this increase in five population and fly activity. This may lead to more transmission of Camelback better the common foodborne ill. Illness like the flies fluctuates with the seasons. So with warmer temperatures Campbell after will be able to replicate more efficiently. Cousins modeled, both the insect and bacterial trends under different global warming scenarios and found that the uptick and fly population numbers did not matter much. But if warming truly does increase flack tippety, then can't blowback for cases in the Antero Canada area could more than double with a moderate four degree Fahrenheit rise in temperature by twenty eighty the results are in the journal Royal Society opened science in these conclusions. Do come with many caveats, for instance, the data is generated by a mathematical model saying this is at least in theory possible. But it does not take into account a possible increase in fly predators, for example. And the researchers haven't actually tested flies landing on food to see if they're dropping off bacteria, and while it has been shown in past studies that flies can carry campylobacter. It's unclear whether warming temperatures might affect their ability to do so still. The researchers themselves are taking precautions I am a little bit more paranoid about it. Personally. I bought one of those fly screens for picnics to go over the bulls. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?
"antero" Discussed on Uncover
"Nice to meet hear the Bill. Smith has has years of experience blowing things up from quarries to house foundations. And now he teaches blasting techniques that at Fleming college. Which is here in Peterborough Antero. Hi to even get. Hi, nice to meet you his colleague, Stephen Mullany is also here to help us today. Now have you guys heard anything about this CPA Twenty-one, the crash explosion aboard? And so what did you think when you started reading about it? It's a mystery for sure. We're in an open area in the middle of a quarry. It is a beautiful sunny day, but actually a little bit windy, still warm though, and for Bill, and Stephen it is safety first. So we have on our our helmets goggles safety vests. And although they like to joke a lot they are absolutely methodical as we get ready for the first test grabby. Some gear we'll get suited up. And then we will we'll start getting some product. So I'm getting the best and a glasses fest and a half. Get. Okay. Well, let's set off some explosions. All right. Okay. Good at the time of the crash RCMP conducted several different experiments, one of the things we're here to do is replicate. And then expand on some of those tests. So in the first one trying to find out if black gunpowder which was found at the scene could cause an explosion large enough all by itself. Try some block outer by itself. See what kind of reaction we get so nine hundred sixty five longtime fifty three years ago. I know you weren't in business that time so first of all getting black gunpowder back, then wouldn't have been tough. I guess not initially you just buy at your probably your local store, and what about dynamite how hard would that be to get the same deal? He went in as long as you are over sixteen. I believe you bought that right over the counter and Bligh dynamites blasting caps. Farmers. Did it all the time? We don't we don't have washroom from plane is our issue. So we're going to contain in metal pail. So we're going to cut a hole Bodmer container. So I mean, the first thought is that the black powder is not going to have enough energy to to blow the back end of a plane off. So in the original police experiments in the sixties, the black gunpowder didn't cause a large explosion. But they also didn't contain the powder in anything and the thing about gun powder. Is it doesn't actually explode on its own in ferns really quickly. And it creates a lot of gas. But you need to lock that gas in to create that explosion. So this time we've put it in a sealed container inside of a pail to see if that makes a difference. So we're about maybe two hundred meters away from from where they're just doing the final preparations for this explosion. In here their truck. Now, they've now put in what they call an electron Matt which they can they can actually activate from where we are that two hundred. So when you're ready Bill. Five four three two one. While even the concussive effect where he what you figure two hundred meters away or more to fifty I felt it I didn't flinch by the way, but I did feel. The explosion was big. Smokey and the bucket just shot straight up into the air. So we get the bucket basically divided into two pieces. This is one of them here, and it it's blackened on the inside and you can smell the gun powder. As do the pales- aren't super thick. But that has done some serious damage. We're expecting this. This is actually a significant development because it shows that black gun powder on its own caused a much larger explosion than we thought. So maybe it was used in the bomb. But there's another thing to keep in mind. And that is the gunpowder that was found in Peter Brown's room was not black on pottery was a different kind of gun powder. So this test doesn't necessarily implicate him more than any of the other suspects. So what does this tell you about who might have made this bowl? By that..
"antero" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Thank you. Thank you. She doesn't leave. He sends her into my room to take a shower. So I I'd left I come back on my who's in my shower. He's a call them CEU. So my. Dude. That's basically a prostitute. Okay. Now. She's nice. There's a lot of nice prostitutes. I go, but my wallet shitter like, what are you? That's my room. I couldn't she had a bathroom because he didn't want her dirty ass in there. You know? So I go, hey, I'm beating on my door. I go you gotta rap that shit up and get out get out gotta get out of my bathroom. He's like don't be like that the her. I'm like he's like she's not like that. I just an hour and a half with this woman Inge room getting a massage. What do you mean, you don't know a fucking thing about her? So I do a show one. I this is back in the Antero days when you would drive out and back and back on that Saturday night. Remember, you did an eleven o'clock show, and I was middling. So I I'm not getting home until one thirty two o'clock. And I'm always on an adrenalin high can't fall asleep right away. So I'm watching TV, and it's about three thirty in the morning at this point. And I'll see this bedroom might turn on. And I hear two voices. I'm like oh good for him. He fucking. He got laid and the door opens up and here comes the masseuse. I go. Maga-? What the fuck are you doing? Well, how much did that cost you right now how she didn't charge me? I go bullshit. She just wants to get to know. That's it. So does. Who? Faulk load. Okay. I was at a strip club with them one night that way, but he did her way. So. Not coming over for fighter. The better one the strip club the strip club one was going to ship club multiple nights. Like are you going back to strip of? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then he's like it's sounds like a good morning. Julia thing where. Ryan's like how much money have you spent the strip club. He's like in the last couple of days. If you have to ask there's a clarifiers. Eight hundred dollars. Oh, my.
"antero" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)
"Come back to the podcast, JC master and okay, Tana's medicine and surgery. I'm Kirk Barbara the editor of the journal. Today's episode interview. Dr Linda could her him of Peterborough Antero, Dr Chiel hung of Serie B c the lead co-authors of a supplement that we published in the journal in November twenty eighteen the supplement is called the approach to the assessment and management of adult patients with a topic dermatitis a consensus document supplement was sponsored as is this podcast by Sanofi Genzyme. But they had no input into the content of either and allowed his full freedom to discuss whatever we wished the consensus document is just that. And I think today you're going to hear the consensus of a group of experts across the country. So without further ado, Melinda. Perhaps you could give me some sense of what is it that drove to create this document where we really wanted to get a group together to come up with some practical guidelines because we kind of realized that. At even the diagnosis of a topic. Dermatitis was all over the map and wanted to hear from our colleagues on you know, what would be the best way to define moderate to severe disease because you know, you could have somebody with widespread disease or a patient with small body surface area, but a significant impact on their quality of life. And we realized how how do you define it as moderate to severe Soochow? How'd you go about this yet a bunch of people in the room and chitchat, or what was the what was the format of the discussion while Kirk we were able to assemble a group of people from Canada, both dermatologist and allergists that have a significant amount of clinical experience treating patients with a topic dermatitis, and we really to get them in a room together. And. Disgust. Physiology discussed scoring systems discussed the therapy. And then once these were reviewed real to come up with a series of statements that were then voted upon by the group in Delfi type of consensus to came up with eleven statements this literature to review was really quite big. I mean, I looked at came down and looked at the dark room. And how are you came to this? And you reviewed seventeen hundred forty four documents that in PubMed up to February twenty eight teen so up-to-date practical. So what do you think Joe is the in the practical side of this did you discover anything new from this literature review? I think we did I think we recognize that in the management of topic dermatitis that dermatologists are an allergist are probably quite a. A bit behind maybe some other disease states that we treat as well. Like psoriasis others of potentially a lot of room for improvement. When you get the group of people that have a lot of clinical experience in the room. They're certainly some variability from one practitioner to another even regionally we saw some differences in terms of how people define moderate disease, and how people treat moderate severe disease. But part of the goal of this project was to come up with something that's practical that dermatologists across the country and around the world can use as a guide to help them provide their patients with the best care when they're treating people with moderate severe topic dermatitis. So how do you define it monitors very Topi dermatitis? Well. Maybe I'll let Melinda answer because she was the off lead author Matt section on defining and and scoring systems. Perfect. Well, what I was going to say getting back to that. Last question was not only did we learn something from that literature view. But I think we going through the exercise we actually modified what we had originally thought we would go with in the definition. And in the the assessments that we would recommend and the PR rows of the patient reported outcomes that we would recommend and in evolved through the whole process of doing the lit review and meeting with our colleagues, and I think the final product was a little bit different than what we had anticipated
"antero" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Dateline tokyo. An oasis of Japanese tranquility has fallen prey to fear in a metropolis of fourteen million people the harmonious gardens of Shinjuku goin' are popular spot for people to recharge for a nominal fee. But an investigation has revealed that thousands of foreign tourists have been allowed to recharge for free. The investigation began with a tip off to the ministry of the environment. It revealed an operation inside the admission office tickets would be issued. But the transaction would then be cancelled immediately. I should mention that the entry fee is just two hundred yen just over two dollars Canadian. But people were admitted for free one hundred sixty thousand times that as a loss of more than three hundred thousand dollars. But the culprit was not some gang of. Of tour operators on the take. This was the work of one person. One man one nervous man, according to news twenty four the man admitted, quote, I don't speak any other language, and I got scared when a foreigner began yelling at me, a long time ago, unquote. The man who is now in his seventies has resigned and offered to pay the garden half of his retirement money in an effort to compensate the tourist attraction for the loss of revenue so far there has been no similar compensation offer from a visiting ofa yelled at us up to generic in a tranquil garden because of a two dollar entry fee. Losing is never fun. But imagine losing forty one to nothing when you're eight years old that is what happened to the Cambridge hawks earlier this month when they were beaten by the Kitchener junior Rangers the game has the minor hockey alliance of Antero debating how to prevent such lopsided results. But the coach of the losing team has a different perspective on the situation. His name is Chris Wismer. He is a former professional hockey player himself. We reach Mr. Wismer in Cambridge Ontario. Chris can you tell us what happened in this game that ended with a forty one zero loss for your team? It just happened to be the circumstance of a team that had played together for the last two or three years without changing any pieces amongst their team up against us who had three returning players and the rest of the children had just come from the cross ice hockey program in Cambridge minor hockey. So this was their this is their first full taste of full ice hockey Israel, eight year old boys seventy eight year old boys. Yes, now, just I understand from the kitchen coat that he he wasn't even trying to score. I mean, he actually was instructing his his boys to do things to reduce the score. What what was he doing? What was the instruction? Actually, they were. They. They had numerous breakways and their player would peel off into the corner and pass the puck up to their defenseman and move the puck around the perimeter. And then by circumstance or us not being able to clear the puck out of our zone. I it would end up in front of our net, and what eight year old boys wanna do is scores. So they would literally give us an opportunity to clear the puck and the puck sitting on the goal. I mean, they would just happen. And so how are you boys responding to all this? They were fine. We we don't put up a score differential bigger than six ever. They understood they were being scored on a lot. But we kept their emotions in check in every time. They went on the ice stages. Kept trying to work on everything that we've been trying to work on in practice. There was no tears. They were no sad faces after the game. They're still has not been throat this year. They come to the rank every single day that we have practice, and they are upbeat, and they're happy and they're eager to learn. But I mean the assumption is is that they're being humiliated, and that this is very this is damaging for their self esteem that there little kids they can't take this. And that this shouldn't be allowed. There shouldn't be such an imbalance of teams playing against each other. When they're this young the imbalance has nothing to do with the two organizations. I would solely. Have to talk to the alliance hockey federation, which is who we play under as for the score. Nobody knew the score until it was posted on the websites..
"antero" Discussed on /Film Daily
"So this is sort of a running joke ahead in my report, but that was like the biggest thing I wanted to see was the actual cemetery, stuff like that was my main goal. And before we even left like before we even got in the van, I asked, you know, the rent from the studio like are we going to see the cemetery? And she said, oh, absolutely. So it was like, all can't wait. So we get there and I, we go to one spot and then she says, we're going to the pet cemetery down. I was like, oh, awesome. But then she took a somewhere else. And she said, sorry, I made a mistake. We're not going there yet, and I was like, all right, that's fine. So then we leave the second place and she says, all right, we're finally going to the pet cemetery. I'm just rubbing my hands together and like, yes, finally, but then she took it somewhere else. And she said, sorry, I made a mistake again at this point, I'm starting to think like, oh, she's lying. And we're never going to see the pet cemetery, but finally near the end of the visit. She took us to the cemetery and you know, we've gotten a golf cart. We drove. Down this dirt road in deep into the woods. Like it's all really in the woods. I like a set. It's not like on a sound stage. They really built the cemetery deep in the woods in this Royal area of Antero and just, you know, stepping into the cemetery, it was like a religious experience for me that like took my breath away because it looks really looks like a real pet cemetery that you know, local kids made nothing about it looks fake. Nothing about it looks like a set and it just there in the woods and it looks exactly like you picture it when you read Stephen king's book. So it was, it was definitely it was definitely worth away. And the fact that it came near the end of the visit actually made it even more special because I waiting for it all night and we finally saw and I didn't wanna leave like we, we, they walk around for like a half hour and then they were like, all right time to go and is as wanted to stay there like all night. I was so. So like in my element, but yeah, so it was a great experience. It's a crisis in his element in a the middle of woods in the past. But people can read your whole report at cemetery, bringing Stephen king's most terrifying novel to life.
Justin Bieber 'applying for US citizenship' before marrying American model Hailey Baldwin
"Singer Justin Bieber is reportedly applying for us citizenship. John Jeffries has details. TMZ reports that the Antero candidate born singer is applying for dual citizenship between the US and Canada bieber's lived in Atlanta Georgia ever since he was thirteen years old. The move comes after Bieber and his fiancee model Haley Baldwin responded in Los Angeles on Thursday. They were reportedly obtaining their marriage license. The pair got engaged in
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"antero" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
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"antero" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"When it comes to basic income, I don't exactly regret voting for him. I was actually pretty happy with with the Ford government up to this point, but I'm certainly not happy with this move. By pulling the plug on the program because this was a pilot project and the data isn't in fully in any way. How much data and research do you think will be lost? I don't think they were doing any research. I certainly never got any of the surveys that I was told I was going to be getting. It seemed like nobody was even administering this program. So you were just getting a check? I was just getting money. I wasn't. They weren't asking me questions. They don't know how it better in my life. I don't know if I'm the exception that wasn't getting the surveys or if they just never got around to doing it. And so in announcing this yesterday minister, Lisa MacLeod said, the basic income project was expensive, and and her words were clearly not the answer for Antero families. Would you say to that. I don't know if. In the grand scheme of things. This pilot projects is probably not that expensive making it a province, wide project would be. I mean, that's I think, without question and and that's maybe where they're coming from. But canceling the pilot project seems almost spiteful. And if you had the ear of premier Doug Ford as a PC support yourself, what would you like to say to him. I'd like to say that. To me when I got into this to this project, it was as if the government was making a promise to me. I know it was a different government, but when people are building their lives around a promise made by the government than the government should be forced to keep that. And it's it's dirty pool to just the carpet right out from other people. And during the campaign, the progressive, they said, they weren't going to cancel it. And here we are. Yeah, so not terribly happy with them right now. Andrew shaver, thank you for your time. I appreciate it. All right. Thank you. Take good care. All All right, right. bye. We reached Andrew shaver in Thunder Bay on terro. Mr.. Shaver was one of the thousands of people in on -tario receiving money from a provincial basic income pilot project yesterday, the new provincial or the new PC government announced that that project would be winding down. We have more on this story on our website. CBC dot CA slash AH..
Fed's Powell: Years of strong jobs, low inflation still ahead
"Reason why wouldn't why wouldn't be rushing. So. Just to repeat it I said? The word would instead. Of And the sentence should have been and I thought I would be maybe a little. Bit unclear on the transcript. Or unclear on the actual video the sentence should have been I don't see. Any reason why it wouldn't be Russia Sort of a double negative Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell today offering an, upbeat assessment of the economy telling lawmakers on Capitol Hill at the fed expects to. Keep raising interest rates gradually they said they overall outlook. For the economy is strong my colleagues on the FOMC and I expect. It with appropriate monetary policy the job market will remain strong and inflation will stay near percent near two percent, over the next several years WJR news time seven oh. To a mother and a baby babysitter have been charged after an eleven month old baby fell into a flooded basement in Detroit and drowned Twenty-six-year-old decided Jordan. And twenty old Tonja Peterson both charged with manslaughter and second degree child abuse in connection with the death of Jordan's eleven month old daughter Kamala Davis and. Estimators saying that Jordan left her daughter with, Peterson at a home in July six the baby allegedly, drowned after falling through a hole in a bedroom floor. Landing, into a basement that basement was flooded with water and sewage here on township police, are investigating, after my man was shot early this morning while driving, through the township police say Forty-one-year-old Riverview man was driving down here on river drive. When somebody fired multiple shots into his vehicle the man. Was shot while the passenger was not injured the groundbreaking for Detroit landmark. Taking place in southwest Detroit today an leaders say this'll be a symbol of US-Canadian relations for generations to come Governor Snyder was one of the local dignitaries on stage and he says the Gordie Howe international bridge is a symbol of friendship trade and prosperity between the. United States and Canada it will be for, generations for over a century being an icon of Canada, the US Antero in Michigan Windsor and Detroit being bonded. Together, to make each other better so let's build this bridge thank you so much Foundation testing for the new bridge starts this summer in, southwest, Detroit Ken Rogulski, WJR, news Ford is planning to build new parking decks and cork town the news announced last night. At a meeting held by the city of. Detroit to discuss Ford's plan for about a one point, two million square, foot campus in. Cork town anchored by the Michigan central depot residents raising concerns over traffic and obstructed views. From parking structures and losing cork towns feels cork towns feel city officials say, there is not a reason, to, worry that Ford has been very careful to want to. Be they want to add. Positive quality of life Changes to court. Down what they don't want to overwhelm what is special about Ford plans to move twenty five hundred employees to cork town in, the future Allen park police posting pictures on, its Facebook page of a baby alligator in somebody's back yard pond today the department had to call in specialists to help get, that, gator out the, baby, alligators with a wildlife specialists one of metro Detroit's best known vegan restaurants is now closing its..
"antero" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"And how prepared i was on the ice and and that's that i always knew that that's what i need if that's what i can control what i'm going to do and that just something that also my parents told me i was younger is just you actually it's my grandfather told me the story about is you know don't worry about the things you can't control you only worry about what you can control and that's kind of been a big message in my life and something that i've always kind of done you talk about those messages it it it's reminding me of how much work you do with kids what exactly do you do would kids around the city can you elaborate on that yeah of course actually a couple days ago was in milton antero just doing a a school visit with right to play and we talked to the kids about my books about the messages within my books who played school we played hockey in in the gym got interact with them and just things like that is is really cool and he just giving back in the community in and seeing kids and making a smile and trying to teach them a little bit about what i feel is is is right and you know because i was a kid i like them how many years ago and and i always looked up to role models and you want your role models to take simplify what what you think that should what do you hear from kids when you go if you positive feel like you're making a difference or i i work in i'm asking this from this i work in literature i host something canada reads and sometimes i'm like.
"antero" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"I haven't even say no i'm going to say no i don't i don't believe it i don't i think he could have some success up there there's just something in me that thinks it's going to be not a big enough stage for it to keep him like what do i want to say interested he's gonna get bored with the amateurism of it to a degree and the fact that it's not a main stage type of program and he's gonna that's where i i don't know he's just gotta prove to me i'm not saying it we'll have more on the human psalms more on the human side right now yeah i gotta i gotta see at least a year before i can go yeah he'll come back he's finally on the right road no right now i don't buy it all the way i think that's my thing too is we've seen this so many times with him before where it's this is this is going to do it and he has a few good months but then after that he gets a little bit bored yeah just as any human would so i'm looking the distance between hamilton antero canada and toronto ontario canada is fifty six minutes okay yes drain look in the true thing is i want johnny menzel to achieve whatever he wants to achieve i'm just now that i know that i have to wait two years from not that he has not it's a long two years no i know i again i think it's actually a good thing for him because i don't think a year's going to do the trick to where like nfl had coaches you make okay he was good up in canada for five months let's bring him back right one guy that i think is judged just like johnny menzel except he could be one of the greatest wide receivers of all time zone l beckham oh our friends they hang out and they have supported each other i didn't know that you haven't seen like i did i feel like johnny menzel was such a star that it was like lebron drake odell like i feel like they were all together you know what i mean like l enduring that time could have hung out with anybody was all.