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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:30 min | 3 months ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"On a limited basis starting on Monday Canada's deputy prime minister says Canada is approved a National Hockey League planned to play in Canada amid the pandemic the plan required an exemption as the U. S. Canada border is currently closed to all non essential travel until at least July twenty first and those who enter Canada must self isolate for fourteen days Canada's top public health officer as well as the top health officers in Alberta British Columbia Ontario and Toronto work closely with the NHL to approve the plan the NHL plans to play games into hub cities perhaps in Canada there are ten finalists one of those finalists happens to be Las Vegas also in sports tonight it appears the Major League Baseball Players Association and the league's owners are back at a stalemate the union posting on social media today the league will not offer a schedule of more than sixty games and the owners will not make a counter offer the players had issued a pound a proposal of a seventy game schedule from sixty games earlier in the week commissioner rob Manfred has insisted seventy games is not feasible because of the concerns over the corona virus and shortened calendar it appears Disney plus is planning to drop its free trial offer two weeks before the streaming service adds the hit Broadway musical Hamilton Disney is not confirmed at this media report from earlier today the Tony Award winning Hamilton was filled on stage with the original cast it was originally going to air in theaters next year however Disney and star Lin Manuel Miranda announced it would come to the streaming service on July third and some tough news to report today in case you have missed it is stage and film actor Sir Ian Holm played Bilbo Baggins in the lord of the rings films franchise has died at the age of eighty eight Sir Ian Oscar nominated as the Olympic running coach of the movie chariots of fire also play the enjoyed ash in nineteen in seventy nine alien he also had a role in the movie the fifth element his illness was Parkinson's related according to his agent home also play doctor Willis in the madness of King George and was classically trained and put in memorable performances in numerous plays once again stage and film actor Sir Ian Holm passing away this morning at the age of eighty eight you're just four minutes away from hearing from Alan stock here I know that is evening news for your Friday little did I know when I joined Kaiser Permanente that it would be on my top ten list for what has made this year I can see my position I can be referred to the lab I can refer to the pharmacy on the same building you've got it all I.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Have some breaking hockey news. We should at least explore. I didn't know would come to this, but A bit of a sign of. Some progress on hockey's effort to return to play. Canada has approved the League's return to play proposal that could lead to one or more cities north of the border. Serving as host sites for the League's twenty four team. Playoff. Did you see this story? I don't think I did. It's pretty key. We talked about. We've talked about this with Louis for a while. The assumption was Canada was going to be in the mix, but released one yeah handed ahead to approve the proposal and Apparently that has now been done today. The Deputy Prime Minister. Making That announcement. That the nation's top public health officer no not Tony Fao G. And Health officials in Alberta British Columbia. Ontario had signed off on the NHL plan. Any the decision follows discussions with government health officials. they're in the process of trying to select hub cities, most likely to from a list of seven in the US and three in Canada the de any Shell Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly did not rule out the possibility of to hubs, being located in Canada from among Toronto Vancouver and Edmonton. however the answer. How did encounter setback in its bid resume playing seasons passed on March twelve Tampa Bay lightning closed their facilities indefinitely yesterday after three players and additional staff members tested positive for cove it nineteen team, saying the players were largely as symptomatic and were self isolating lavelle mentioned the phillies some of its players and staff at tested positive in near nearby clearwater. Florida as well. the re- the. NHL Return to play plan approved by Canada, required exemption, allowing players and team officials to cross the border. That was the biggest. Issue the borders currently closed to non essential travel until at least July twenty, one and those entering Canada, Canada must I self isolate for fourteen days, so they're saying Robust Protocols Group quarantining testing will be. In place the apparently the decision on the location of the hub cities which would think has to come here pretty soon. Yeah, is it's believed could come as early as next week. The NHL Targeting a July ten D- Open Training Camps Vegas also considered a strong hub AH possibility. Right that's done. We're out of IT Columbus. Ohio also considered a strong. Candidate to get started, it'd be two hubs or three I think just to just to, and didn't I see today that. Along with bowing out of the vice presidential race Amy Klobuchar, said Minnesota should not be one of the hub cities. Is that Senator Klobuchar said today, or is that just her presidential? That's just to. Really really here at the first time so I had to get it in the sense that mean that means spirit feel bad about that I really. I don't think he feel that bad about it Yeah you know wonder. We had a lot of talk about basketball like the NBA on a cruise ship. Yes Jay Williams idea couple of cruise ships. Would we have done? What can you do hockey on a cruise ship? Sure no reason you couldn't do it. Any less or more. Challenging, than basketball and A. Challenge I think because you couldn't do it in Florida. Now, the ice would melt. Wouldn't thank show? It would cost a lot to keep the refrigeration system on an outdoor rink. You'd have to move it. Probably obviously to inorganic spot, really northern. No places winter right now, right? There's no snow really anywhere correct, so you'd have to, but you'd still want it to be chilly enough for the ice wouldn't completely melt, so it has to be a nor maybe Canada. Maybe just go up to Canada and. One of the interesting tipped to try it. That's for sure. Like you said three months ago me. I started talking about this. Which cruise ship would get the finals. Still on, but that's never know. We'll never know. Cruise ship would have gotten the final and we'll. That line has still not been hogs. It hasn't been topped in this pandemic. It's going to torture me. Eventually I I would think but. and. We're still full speed ahead NBA right. We think for the moment. Yeah, they've got the plan. They got the plan at least and then they. They're trying to figure out there and working some things. Yeah, they've they've planned their work. The tough part is going to be working the plan I think there's any. Doubt about that. I got a couple of more emails from people regarding the the the. It's the slippery slope. Argument about statues about where you know, where does it? And and whose causes worthy, or what caused perhaps a better way to put it as worthy. And, what isn't and I'd mentioned a couple of he had emailed on on pocket. and. lavelle is right to say the trump. When he was on trial for had to do with the that imprisonment charge of a woman in a bar you'll recall and he was found not guilty on all of that. There is a domestic component involving his relationship and some very serious accusations that I don't know. We ever got to the whether they were. You know. act whether they were vindicated or accurate or not. The issue is and that's A. It's a completely different issue. As I said earlier in the show this personal, but it has also become a very important issue and it. It does I think. Lead. Lend credence to the question of exactly how we end up. How over the next period of years we're going to determine? what is grandfathered in what's the line? Where does where is this too much? And that is not quite enough. Because this wasn't proven or that wasn't proven. In the case of the owner of the twins for are the twins. What he said was public record. It was in a statement He didn't deny he said it so it's to that extent, a little bit more slam dunk, but we are. In a phase in which these are the kinds of questions it you know today the issue is race. The issue is those comments, but I think it'd be foolish to suggest that other issues aren't going to be raised in the very same level in terms of what how far we feel, we need to go. To sort of separate ourselves. From those very serious issues, domestic violence has become a much more significant issue obviously than it once. Was So. In any case that part of it, I don't think I, you know it I. Don't think eventually can be left out if you're having what I think is okay to have, which is a fair back and forth and discussion and debate. About? The issues that are raised and how you make determinations and you can't. I don't think you can totally decide on the basis of one 'cause being more important than another cause because that depends on who is. Digesting what you're talking about, and who is bouncing off of exactly what you're talking about as well, we the show rap what you might have missed earlier. In, today's a program and prepare you for a What seems to be a fairly nice weekend? Maybe a little bit of rain, but we'll do our best to give you the very latest four and stay.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

10:55 min | 7 months ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

"Okay I think it works. Can you hear me Clar- I can hear you. Can you hear me I can? We're remote where are you right now? Clear so I am at home right now. I'm sitting actually on the floor of my bedroom closet I've a stool in front of me with my laptop on it and then above me as a shelf where I put my phone and my flashlight is on so that I can see And Yeah I'm just sitting on my floor with a microphone in my hand. What's your makeshift Studio Lake? I'm in what could best be described as a converted alcove next to our washer dryer in the basement. We moved out a clothes horse and some garbage. That was kicking around in the spare room. And I've got my laptop and my microphone and my Zuma quarter set up on top of. Hsa drawers that Contains a number of things including right now Some canned food. Of course nice and this is where the big story is live for the foreseeable future. Yeah you ready to do this. Podcast remotely like this for a little while I am. I think It's US doing our part Everybody should be socially distancing and we can because we can take the show on the road so to speak and I think that's the smart thing to do and I think it sets a good example and you know it's not just as to on the show. Do you want to maybe tell her listeners? About the other people on the team and how this is all GonNa work out for the next little while they are also at home in fact. They're listening to US right now. They're patched in remotely. They're checking our levels and Ryan Clark and Stephanie Phillips or making sure that everything sounds good and analysts. Nielsen is at home. Ready to get the title and the description and the social media feeds working so that we can get news and stories to you every day that We're in lockdown and you're in lockdown and we'll be here. Yeah. We are so lucky that we're able to work from home and I think it's really important that we take advantage of that at a time like this. Everybody should be but not everybody can clear you used to be a news anchor didn't you? I did at six thirty news in Toronto. Well why don't we start off the top with you a dipping into your old job and quickly reading us? The news let us know as of six PM on Sunday. What's been happening for the last few days so Sunday afternoon? We heard from Dr Teresa Tam who is Canada's top public health officer She called Kevin. Nineteen a serious public health threat and basically said that we cannot afford to wait until this gets any worse with cases rapidly increasing in Canada particularly in British Columbia Ontario and Alberta a window to flatten. The curve of the epidemic is narrow so in total as of Sunday. Canada has three hundred and sixteen cases of the corona virus. Most of those are still in Ontario British Columbia and Alberda. There are more closures as well including all algae casinos in Ontario in Quebec the premier. There's ordering all bars and movie theaters to close. The Canadian. Government is telling Canadians traveling abroad to get home as soon as they can. Because as Cova nineteen continues to spread a we don't know what kind of travel restrictions were put in place and the last thing you want. I'm sure is to end up stuck somewhere during all of this and finally when it comes to the grocery store issue with empty aisles The message there remains the same prime minister. Justin Trudeau says stock up. Have enough so that you don't need to keep going to the grocery store but also don't go overboard because everyone needs groceries and the shelves will be restocked so yes it's A little scary out there. And hopefully you're listening to this while you're safe and healthy at home. We are also safe at home. And now we're here with you. I'm GonNa tell you what we're doing today and tomorrow and probably for a while. We're changing what we do the same way that everybody is. There's nothing that cove in nineteen has an impact it and we wanted to first of all be as safe as all the experts are telling us and you to be and secondly we wanted as a podcast to be on your level like I said we wanted to be here for you and with you as much as we can be. That means that maybe unlike the news. We'll be bringing you the same stories that you're living with from the same place as you're living with them. We'll be working from home just like many of you. With all the added toddler interruptions and cats on keyboards makeshift laundry. Room offices and teleconferencing that that entails. One of the reasons we're doing this is because we're a podcast. We might have started in fancy studios but podcasting at its heart is a do it yourself. Endeavor it began with passionate people. Hunched over microphones and laptops and basements and converted closets around the world. Telling their stories and putting them out there. And that's what we're GONNA do a global pandemic as a news. Topic is frightening our day to day reality though is only as terrifying as we make it and we're here to make it less terrifying for you. With accurate information proper context to the screaming headlines. Good advice from smart people and Windows inside. The people in the middle of this are doing their jobs. We look at the big picture on the show but when the big picture is literally the entire world everyone's own big picture becomes the little one right in front of their everyday world is what really matters. What's happening down my street. Our my neighbor's doing are they safe. How can I what should I do if and that's where we'll try to help today day? One we'll start with information. You heard Claire and I off of the top. Tell you where we are right now. I'll tell you quickly where we usually are when you hear my voice. We record this podcast in the Rogers Radio Studios in downtown Toronto specifically we share booths and state of the art equipment with our friends at six eighty news. It's amazing it's kind of a perfect setup but we are not in those studios right now. Our friends at six eighty though are basically living in them as this crisis develops as communication becomes even more important. You might have forgotten about your little local news radio station. I say little not because six eighty is little but because there are little local news radio stations across this country and in some communities they are one of the last newsrooms standing even though I hope this home is over. I don't think it will be which means a lot of people in Canada are about to find out how important fast accurate local news really is so. Do you want to know how they do it? When the Shit really hits the fan we asked them. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Amber Leblanc the news director at six eighty news in Toronto outside of Public Health Officials. She is probably one of the busiest women in Toronto. Hi Amber Hey Jordan how are you? I'm okay nothing feels real anymore. So there's that but you know I I just keep telling myself we're going to get through this. We are going to get through this and that's been my mantra everybody. Well why don't you just described by guests your newsroom right now? What's it like in there? It's everyone's just incredulous. You know like we. We are breaking news traffic and weather. We deal with breaking news all the time. A group of people that have been kind of in the business so long that nothing phases us really. I mean it takes a lot And we're all kind of shook by just the the onslaught of things that seemed to be impossible. That have happened like sports has been cancelled and school has been cancelled and everything's being cancelled and even in this cancelled culture. Everything is is just seeming like is real and when we're at work it just feels like you know it's a it's a game and we're playing it and we're we're getting the information on and then you go home and you're like wow that is not a game it's real. How does this affect my family? And then it's like. Oh it's a little bit of anxiety so to deal with our own anxiety while at the same time performing what we feels is an essential service to bring you know the information that people need in order to feel safe. Which is the most important thing at this point right and I guess we'll first. Let's talk about the specifics of what you guys are doing. And then we'll talk about How it's impacting everybody. But how does the day to day in the newsroom? Change when there's essentially I guess only one story to cover. Well it was. It was interesting because on Wednesday We call it the day before the world exploded. We you know we had talked about our coverage of corona virus whether or not it was feeling like an onslaught to people Because we're parents too like we're parents where people we don't we're not in the fearmongering game we're just in the information game so we felt like okay this too much as it feeling like an onslaught. Let's just try to make sure that we're checking ourselves and and being responsible and not contributing to anyone feeling like the world is unsafe but just giving people the facts and then on Thursday you know then when all the sports happened in the schools happened and then you know. It was the only story that we could responsibly. Talk about so. It's changed a little bit in that Although we're looking for we're looking to tell all the stories of the day and news that's important to you and news you can use for your family. This has taken over and so we are. You know we're desperately trying to make sure that we have perspective and we're not getting caught up but it's really really hard when there's nonstop major bombshells happening about things that impact you and your family. So it's it's just crazy. Tell me about that moment on Thursday when everything changed you remember it Did you have a conversation with anyone in the newsroom? Did you sort of shift a shift direction right away. Yeah I was talking to my sister news. Dr Patrick Lituanian. He is a new dad and he has a lot of new perspective on things and he just you know very seriously said this is a defining moment for for six eighty and for society. And you know he said. I want to send a message to the listeners. And so he he wrote this message. It was just essentially and we delivered on the air. Four o'clock and just saying.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

Killer Cocktails

12:17 min | 7 months ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on Killer Cocktails

"Matter now. Hey guys. It's intermission time. We have do do charge right off top. We always think our donors. So thank you so much ash you donated to our cause and we thank you so much. Oh awesome thank you so much for being on our social media it's always fun interacting with you in some more exciting news. The live shows. I kind of have to apologize because last week. I missed said a date and a day. Calendars are hard. They're so hard it goes like Monday. Tuesday man the Tuesday Wednesday so if you are available we will be doing a live show at dumpers distillery out and Redman on March twenty seven th which is Friday. You get there at six thirty you can have some cocktails with us go ho. Hey Ho Ho we can raise the roof a little bit and then some fifteen our show will start This is Kind of like what we do on the podcast. We'll be about murder and so don't bring Kiddos with you. We also have another live show coming up on Sunday April twenty six and that one starts at three PM actually three. Pm is cocktail hour with us and then at three thirty so I guess it's more like a cocktail half hour and then three thirty pm is the live show and that will be cascades street. Distilling in beautiful sisters or a F- Gordon Quilt Show. Oh that's A. It's a raging party when the quilt show comes to deal. What else is going on tomorrow? Jackie well our good friends at new basin out mattress doing this political lucas. Distilling event So it's one hundred bucks. It's a small so like hopefully you're not too last minute. I if I if you're into it I hope spot for you. But essentially you get to learn all about distilling and like when you I think it was you and Kim Ruin outright walked through the kind of like a normal tour but like a small tour with you guys. Yes what I love about the guys at new base in is they describe and explain everything really well and they're set up his really cool That seems like a really fun and cool event to go to. Because not only do you get to like learn all the things you want to learn and ask questions and have it you know. Have them explain to you own way? That's you know super tangible But you also get to make your own stuff. Yeah it's and record. Teacher was a teacher for over twenty five years. That's right twenty to twenty five years. And so he just has this really calming presence and he knows how to explain things very well and they're just very laid back so you'll have an informative experience that also you get some fun take homes because is both that you made those also real quick. Jackie who do you think our top three cities are for listenership? Ooh Top three go top. Three put a little heartland. Yeah Los Angeles where Ala L. Y? And this other one I feel like flips between different spots. Yeah I'm an ultimately say the Greater San Francisco Bay area. You could easily be somewhere in New York Wisconsin or Missouri and your final answer gotta go with the Bay de Naming. You've got them all right and all in correct order. Thank you Portland. Thank you ally. Thank You San Francisco. Thank you Ben and New York top. Five your eyes see you also Baja California. I see you you you have eighty five listens. I don't know who you are but thank Yo. Hey Bah Bah Jackie. Do you think we have any listeners. Germany no we do that. Try to say that name. Rheinland FIS yes. Thank you guys. You all are listening and I see you. I'm not going to attract Canada we see you and we appreciate it from the beginning from the beginning Canada East Riding of Yorkshire Canada British Columbia Ontario Alberta Saskatchewan. Oh these provinces this awesome. Let's see U K. I'm looking at you. We got Belfast. We got Norfolk in Antrim and new Tana Abby. Loan to hear you say that. I'm so sorry but when we come to you guys eventually for a live show you can teach me how to say it correctly there you go and really at the end of the day guys if you can tell more people about our show who really enjoy it and you guys can talk about it but like when we see those numbers. Go up in those cities like that shows us that we could go to that. Cd To do a live. Show sure when you come out you can meet us. We can cheers. We could talk true crime. We could talk about other things if you like to. Spread the word spread the word the word But thank you guys so much for listening and interacting with US and donating. We appreciate it all the things all right now enough of this banter back to Jackie Tra. Are you ready for story? I'm ready for a story. Okay you told me your story. Now I'm GonNa tell you my snoring and then maybe later you could tell me a story and then I can tell you a story. Well then after that I mean I could tell you a story. Yeah and then I can tell you story perfect but I'm going to tell your story now. Oh Okay John Brennan. We're GONNA jump right in until you about Vincent Brothers. Should I know the name? Yes and no. It's a pretty I. Okay perfect okay. So Vincent Brothers born on May thirty first of nineteen sixty two and he's Born to a poor family in New York But he kind of makes his way in education and he gets his master's degree in education actually from US CSU Bakersfield. Yeah and while he's there His girlfriend becomes pregnant and she has a baby. Girl named Margaret Visit becomes a substitute teacher. Nineteen eighty-seven and in one thousand. Nine hundred. Eighty eight Vincent is convicted of a misdemeanor. A spouse spousal abuse so are here. I wonder what misdemeanors He receives a six day jail sentence and probation He marries for a second time in nineteen ninety two and the following year his wife sued for divorce claiming that he threatened to kill her and was very violent and In one thousand nine hundred five he becomes the vice president of Fremont Elementary School. What So not the Fremont California uh-huh yeah the best guy you'd want vice principal join an interesting fact about Fremont California. Yes in very large deaf population interesting. Yeah they have a stay there deaf school onto deaf church there once it's went to church. Oh Yeah you said that was a really funny is fascinating. Yeah the Culture. Do they have Like death restaurants League. Do they have like a community. Kind of or don't know if it's that I don't know okay is the answer to that but I just know. statistically more deaf people they're very accommodating and open city that does have you know nice sources awesome so people move there for that. Yeah it helps grow that community. Oh I love that. That's awesome okay. So back to the story in Nineteen ninety-six Vincent sexually harasses a woman. He works with at his school Ninety so it's fine. Never find she claims during a visit to his home he hit her and made sexual advances But when she calls the police they tell her she shouldn't file a formal complaint. Because Vincent is respected community leader. Gross yeah During an investigation by the school. Vincent denied the allegations and the school never formally disciplined him. 'cause they're like you know? This can really hurt your career. Maybe you should stop instead of formally. Yikes doing anything. Vincent Eventually Meets Joanie Harper. And they have their first child name Marcus in nineteen ninety eight and like any couple. They have their ups and downs Like when he missed Marcus's birthday early number eight birth yeah The coupled then marries in two thousand But they separate only after like a month of marriage care But several months after that Joni gives birth to their second child and Vincent again misses the birth. Was He doing Grading papers yeah. He's he's seen ladies. He's not really loyal. The marriage is officially annulled in two thousand one invented says it's because of their differing viewpoints but Johnny says that Vincent had kept the fact that he had been married twice before a secret. So she's like I can't believe you didn't tell me like this. Crucial part of your life seems as something. Ross from friends would do. Yeah you got me. But despite annoying annulling their marriage johnny still loved Vincent and they continue to have an on and off relationship in January of two thousand three Joanie and Vincent remarry but by Ya but by April Vincent had moved out because he had a fight with their mother or her mother-in-law or his mother-in-law In they were all living with their Her her mother at the time. 'cause they were having a house built in. They're all living together in this tiny house In the mother-in-law just yeah if I and he moves out to another apartment in the meantime and then a month later in May third child Marshall is born. Did He make it to that? One he did make it to that You'RE GONNA ask on July second of two thousand. Three Vincent. Leaves Bakes Bakersfield California and goes to visit family in Ohio? So He's leaving Bakersfield. He's gone in on July six so a couple of days later Joni her mother and the three children At this point Marshall is now six weeks old Lindsay is now two years old and Marcus is four years old so it is And they're all going to attend church services and they're introducing everyone to their new baby and it's the first time little Marshall has been out and about after Church Joanie and the kids meet up with some friends including Johnny's best friend Kelsey Span. And they go to lunch and they're having a great time and then they all go home to rest because later that night. They're going to go to Some evening church services But they never make it to the leader services so family and friends start calling the house that night in over the next couple of days but no one picks up in so Kelsey. Joey's best friend heads over to the house to see what's going on. She Not Knox a couple of times but no one answers so she tries to use her spare key in the door won't open so she goes around to the back patio door and she goes inside and she immediately calls the police. Because she just sees mayhem everywhere Minutes later police arrive and they entered the house and they find Johnny's mother Ernestine in the hallway near her bedroom and she had been shot twice in the face at close range and they find a pistol nearby her body In another bedroom police find the bodies of Joanie and her children lying in bed with her Johnny's face down on the bed and she has three gunshot wounds to the back of her head to to her arm and she has been stabbed seven times Which is so aggressive Lindsey. The two year old is lying on her left side at the foot of the bed and the little blue dress and she has a single gunshot wound to the back so crazy to me when people kill their kids. Yeah well we don't know who did it.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on The Current

The Current

12:48 min | 7 months ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on The Current

"This is a CBC podcast. Anthony Germain is a podcast from March sixteenth addition of the current and now that has tested close to twenty five thousand individuals to date internationally. Europe is the epicenter of the outbreak with cases rapidly increasing in Canada particularly in British Columbia Ontario and Alberta a window to flatten. The curve of the epidemic is narrow. We all need to act now. Dr Teresa Tam Canada's Chief Public Health Officer outlining the challenge ahead for this country. The consequences for not being that challenge are especially dire for those who are particularly vulnerable. Well nineteen is certainly a a new thing and I and our lives and our lives are seventy seven getting quite a bit older. We've never been through anything like this. It's certainly a lorry. It's a concern. He's McCallum and her husband Ron from Aylmer. Quebec are like many seniors in Canada. Keeping a close eye on what's happening with covert nineteen. We know the virus can hit the elderly especially hard. Ron Has to hospital three times a week for dialysis but both he and Hazel believe. They're taking all the right precautions. How far it seems to be okay but they Take Good Care of making sure that you clean your hands and when you get in there so looks pretty safe to me I I'm not in a panic mode. I have taken advice on stocking up on things having food in the house. It's easy to prepare and being sensible about it it's smart. It's a little frustrating. Because now that the weather's getting nice you kind of like to get out and maybe go to the restaurant more often or or just. I don't know the ways and Ron McCallum doing what they call social distancing by not being out as much but some people who work with the elderly. Worry that too much distance between seniors and they're important support networks will that could end up making them even more vulnerable to the impact of this pandemic doctor. Samir Sinha is director of geriatrics at Sinai Health Systems and the university health network in Toronto. Also he's director of Health Policy Research at the National Institute on Aging any joins me in the studio. Good Morning Komo Anthony. So what do you think of? What Hazel in Rauner are doing to try to protect themselves? His Arana doing exactly what they should be doing right. They're washing their hands. They're keeping a safe distance especially against around people who might be ill. But they're but they're being sensible about things and they're not panicking and I think that's the key thing is they're paying attention to what they should be doing? So how vulnerable our seniors in an outbreak? Like this we're particularly concerned with Cova because to give you some perspective influenza effects of a ten to fifteen percent of the population every year yet. We're quite complacent. We don't all get our flu shots that we should. But the case fatality rate of that is about point one percent so that translates into thousands of Canadians who die every year. But this is twenty times as deadly. And that's why we're more concerned with upwards of fifteen percent of seniors who might get. Ovid potentially dying so the mortality rate obviously much more considerable early on doctors. A lot of talk about how? How people didn't seem to be that worried that this was something that it's only old people get really sick. What's your reaction when you hear that? Well I think the you know. We're we're seeing some intergenerational complacency where even young people are going out there and saying you know we can get together and who cares if we get. Kovic because you know what we've heard is that were were the least likely to die And what what does it matter if we get it right? But what matters of young people get it for example as they potentially if they're interacting with grandparents their parents they could spread it around. And that's why when we're all in this together. We all have to do our part. So let's talk a little bit. Long Term Care homes in nursing homes and even I guess some retirement community. So how have they been preparing for this because obviously those communities and institutions? The last thing you want to see is any kind of carrier enter the help. Prepare for the impact of this very prepared. I mean the good news. Is that nursing homes across the country. For example many retirement homes they actually are mandated to have what we call pandemic plans and the last pandemic we actually went through. H One n one back in two thousand and nine so this is not unfamiliar. Territory and many homes actually have outbreaks of lesser illnesses like influenza or Norwalk virus. All the time so many have actually been preparing the good news for months now They've been updating their plans. They've been making sure they have the right supplies and recently in Ontario and perhaps other jurisdictions they serve restricting visitors based on. You know who really needs to be there versus. It would be nice to be there because generally for these places it's really open As that change. What kinds of all kinds of plans they made for this restrictions. Would you see now that maybe we didn't see before this all started? Well pretty much every home candidates at least been doing what we call passive screening so they put a big sign on the door and at the entrances. Saying if you have been recently traveling if you have a fever any of these other symptoms for example This is not the time for you to visit. We're now moving into active screening. At least an all Ontario homes and perhaps in other places across the country now where they're basically saying before you come in like a. We want to restrict visitors for only essential reasons and purposes You know if a loved one is dying or or or there needs to be an absolute necessarily visit. But we're also making sure we now taking temperatures and that were being quite mindful of. Who's actually coming in the door and within this vulnerable sector of seniors. What about the hyper vulnerable? You heard that Ron has to has to go for dialysis treatments. What should people know situations be doing right now? Rate so we're recommending that right now or hospitals are very safe places. We don't what we wanted us. Want to keep them safe. And we WANNA keep them ready and able to take care of those who are most sick and vulnerable but people like Ron who has to go to the hospital three times a week for dials. He can't stop doing that so we WANNA make sure there's space for him to do what he needs to do but we wanna make sure that when he goes in that he's taking the right precautions himself that the staffer taking the right precautions by just making sure everyone's washing their hands that none of us going to the hospital or sick and that we can keep it short as quick and easy as possible. Taunton to San Jose. Not So long ago one of the epidemics we talked about with seniors with epidemic of loneliness. There are many seniors as you know who live alone. What do we do about them if they're afraid to go out and get food? How do we support them? You certain statistic right now. Is that about one in four about twenty five percent of our seniors and candidate. Tell us they don't have a friend or family member close at hand. You could help them with a basic tasks. They getting prescription filled. So I've got to parents who are aging in Winnipeg I live in Toronto. That's not a huge help for them. Right but what we try make sure is that people actually try and get a buddy so. I was really heart worm to when my best friends in Vancouver said that. He's now looking in on his eighty seven year old neighbor and he's told her that she's really worried about getting out there. He said whatever you need you call me every morning. I call you and I'll go get those things for you so I just asked that people remember that about our older adults and if if you're going grocery shopping maybe get some things for them. One of the interactions that provides seniors with a lot of comforting. Their grandchildren right. But now they're not just grandchildren. They're also vector potential carriers of illness. How do you balance that? How do you explain to you? Know Nanto GRANDPA GRANDMA. You can't see your grandkids. Well I think it again. It's finding the right balance right. Nobody's saying that you shouldn't be able to connect with your grandchildren or grandchildren. Shouldn't connect with their grandparents where we're things educate everybody in the family. And yesterday I had a ninety seven year old patients who Who cancelled his birthday party last week because he was afraid of getting Ovid but he allowed me to come over to visit with my partner and what we do. We washed our hands. We kept our distance We're able to celebrate and none of us were able to infect each other that way I don't know about your circles but certainly mind their people with higher levels of anxiety than others as a final question. What advice would you have people saying? I feel like I'm living in a movie. Some people are really kind of freaking out a little bit. How would you tell them manage their anxiety levels? Sit everybody take a deep breath. Remember that we're very lucky in candidate. We have an excellent public health agency of Canada Doctor. Tam and their leadership and just listen to good news. And if you're freaking out maybe don't listen to the twenty four hours a day but just in in good amount so you get what you need to know. Twenty three hours. We'll do their doctor said and I thank you so much for your time and your inside appreciate that thank you for having me Anthony. Ducks Amir Sin is director of geriatrics at Sinai Health Systems and the university health network in Toronto. He's also director of health policy. Research at the National Institute on Aging was Cova Nineteen rattles retirement communities and nursing homes. People with no home are also at high risk. And that's a concern for Kim snow. She is the founder of Kim's angels. It's a nonprofit organization in Langley British Columbia and it provides support to the vulnerable including people who have no homes. Good Morning Good Morning. So what makes the homeless people? Uc especially vulnerable during something like this. This pandemic well for one. I mean they really have no homes to be isolated in as we talk about isolation for fourteen days and they really don't have that they are on the streets There's no one there to even check their temperature or figure out whether they do have the virus or not Majority of them are coughing. Sneezing all that stuff. So and what they're doing if they are walking around all the time like so they're not affiliated in one spot we talk about isolation so much it's awesome for people that do have homes but these as I call them suffering souls. They don't have home so they're really spreading the virus more than anybody or anything else out there so that needs to be content like that needs to be put but we need to put a stop. Somehow it's an excellent point. How does a how does a homeless person self isolate they don't and not that's our big problem here We need a place for them as I call it even a dropping center or something like that we go out. We have We call it our mobile unit and we have Nurses and basically paramedics. That are the volunteers. I have seventy five volunteers and they go out there. Checking up on them and all that stuff when or if they do find out they have it. We have nowhere to really Isolate so they stay either in chance or you know. Basically they're out on the street unless if it is an emergency of course we do. You know called nine one one and they're taken to the hospital but we have about two hundred fifty to three hundred homeless that are on the streets. And where do you put? You've been handing out LYSOL wipes hands on here. Is that kind of thing and still distributing food. Give me a sense of how this has changed what you actually do well. We're more cautious about how we're handling things. We always wear gloves and we always do that when we when we serve. We serve like basically where you know seven days a week where on the streets or in a church or we also do the school. So now we're more cautious about it and you know. Some of us are wearing masks but again the mask is billy just protecting them from you if you do have it. But we'RE HANDING OUT LYSOL WE'RE handing out we're even buying a baby wipes and pouring lobe of the. Lysol or stuff like that on for them to use to basically stay clean They have no access to water. As I say you know we say so much about it as we're saying watching the news we're always wash your hands. Do this the distance everything else all that. We're preaching it's not out there. They can't follow it because you know. They're in groups right and the Lysol at all this. That's fine for once a day or this but they need to wash their hands more often than you know. They're walking around. They're spreading more than anybody else. So we're trying to quarantine you know the average person but what about these as I? Call Them. The poor souls but no one is nobody needs basically you know quarantining them when they do need the help and they'll end up dying on the street and it'll be here. We go another homeless dead when you when you talk to these poor souls as you put it what. What kinds of things they telling you about this? This situation are they scared. They're afraid they're totally afraid. You know even know. That's their if they call it. You know what they say. Kim. It's our lifestyle like you know they get used to it just the same as you.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

12:19 min | 7 months ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I'm a maniac I'm responsible and I'm bad with money and you know I drink too much sometimes I don't make a decision on WGR sports radio five fifty you know yes and we are all better forage lives there the cold hard truth so I was just talking to Joe about something okay when they were out of the room and I want to see if this sort of cross your mind okay we've been watching the champions league in here today and it's just ended in is there anything strange to you about that yeah I I I noticed this earlier today that the games didn't start until four o'clock instead of the usual three o'clock or even two o'clock so they just ended and it's we're already into the six o'clock hour show it's it's an hour later than normal what I noticed right and I'm thinking that that might be because of daylight savings okay sure does Europe not do daylight savings my wife is very much against daylight savings is not a fan he's mad at it really yes why do we need it I don't like it better yeah I don't either they don't do I don't know and it's they're fine it or Indianapolis right right Costa Rica in Costa Rica Costa Rica your streak it year round just what I was told I was only there for a few weeks in January once but six AM sunrise six PM sunset twelve months a year that's life in Costa Rica because near the equator yeah pretty steady yeah like that was the same that's that that's just it yeah I think with tennis you have Wimbledon the French Open in may be maybe there was a time when one was like a different number of hours ahead because of daylight savings I think maybe that happened here because yeah it's an hour it's it we usually watch these games at three and we turned the news on but now it's like there is news just like so late where people's as laid out she's very mad at daylight savings okay doesn't want it doesn't need it and today was blaming it for like her body clock but she got up too early and then I'd overslept here I'll just tell you I mean we can we can talk about some of these games that might not happen but I'll tell you this so you know she gets off at like six and goes to work at seven and the kids don't need to be up the bus comes at eight fifteen so the kids don't need to be up that early sometimes the wake up I'm not getting up you know good sex right C. as I come to work at one zero zero so you're in bed while she's doing what she's doing to get ready to go to work usually that you're seeing yeah I usually kinda sleep through it but I'm awakened a lot because there's noise in the room right you know it's the shower or it's the same or similar similar existence yeah today she got up at five o'clock because she was thrown off for some reason like should dispose thrown off and got up and I my son woke me up at ten to eight for all you ever have that I I definitely told me one thing I do I love that I had that happen like my mother would be asleep or something but you know what I don't I don't have to go in I don't think I have to go in right right right but you did she was I'll sleep no Leo Leo is the real money was nine or ten Stargate not just ridiculously early any still mostly does that and I want to say more days than not I what I like to get up I go dry drive in like twenty eight percent I leave the house to take him to school so I like to be up like an hour before that have some coffee and then I'll drop him off and go to the gym like that's that's my idealized weekday morning but if I'm up in the middle of the night and I haven't slept well sometimes that doesn't happen and he wakes me up but he will he knows to wake me up at seven o'clock guilds come to call me dad seven o'clock okay so he's my alarm for school is the guy don't you I try to get out but I sometimes I need him to wake me up so he does what Julius to her for you today which is Daddy get up and sit and eat yeah and and I did I sort of scrambled and got downstairs and I found him and he just sort of making his lunch and doing something like where is your sister he's like I don't know but you didn't wake her up right more importantly wake her up the Newsweek media she's the one who's got a bus in twenty minutes it may I decided I just for show down here is going to do everything they make their own lunch get their own breakfast all cook sometimes but they they brush their teeth whoever they get dressed you know they get their clothes laid out on Sunday for the whole week so they don't have to over their clothes and you know I just sort of stand there while they get ready for school you don't eat meat you do you don't need her at all I saw organized I am I am I am I am envious of that that is some day I don't know it would really embarrass my kids I think but like I I swear I'm tempted to take pictures of the rooms I mean you just you just cannot believe it all that over their heads it's just it's it's dude unbelievable you get out of there you get this thing cleaned up on the weekend or tweeting about I just cannot always at some point here like next year he'll be playing hockey somewhere we don't know where yet but eight it's conceivable you want about these are gonna be in college yet but he could have a roommate like someone you sharing a house with a you know whatever I don't know British Columbia Ontario or taxes on what I was gonna end up but he could and I just it's just gonna be so jarring I see he has no idea what he is just soul this is unruly the the the his it's four K. he does clean it up every now and then but it's just like two days later it's just made him well I still I still have a mind to get you these rules okay and I haven't yet but as like many of you I'm a blank slate on that I did not see anything about that today maybe I should just do that really quick I do want to mention hockey again okay but the eagles made four recommendations modify the blind side block rule right on the story follows it's Cody Ford yeah right okay sure expand replay reviews to include scoring plays and turnovers negated by a penalty it was automatic automatic replay when there's up touchdown called back okay so you're going to review the file that's what that means you'd be reviewing whether the file was just delighted doesn't say that but that's exactly what that's what that has to mean right it was a scoring play you're taking the points down because early holding so you're gonna review whether there was holding I'm sorry I'm I'm not a maybe a place called a touchdown that might not have been a touchdown but there's a penalty on the play you don't know whether to take the penalty so all it's automatically reviewed and then you would know it all and he actually fumbled at the one so we won't take the penalty or something like that okay all right not sure in some of the onside kick fourth and fifteen from the twenty five with about one right that was proposed before sure are they using that in the XFL they were supposed to use that in the XFL's anybody seen it I don't know why but they are I have not watched closely enough to have seen it news so I don't know how that's going restore over time to fifteen minutes okay fine good yeah detents Titans too short it's always felt like it's just too tight no one possession and you want to kick a field goal after a six minute drive and you know it's not like out the strategy is you might not get the ball back in route and again given that they are tired to feel better genesis too short I agree Miami says provide the option to the defense for the game clock to start on the referee signal if the defense declines an offense of penalty shot off late in either half snacks don't care never gonna care the Chargers in the ravens both have to add a booth on player as an eight game official and a senior technology advisor to the referee to assist the officials all right I don't know I don't it's like a meeting I don't want to be in it keeps all right so well back to the big topic we're all aware of the seriousness coronavirus rolled figuring out taking it different degrees of seriously paying close attention I think it deserves very very close attention seriousness and if you care for my opinion on that I don't know if you should the deep governor Ohio today said no spectators at sports the blue jackets said actually we're okay with it so they have games Thursday and Saturday and they used state made a statement that said fans are invited the point is what the point is to prevent a worse spreading of this this disease and I don't know I think it's I think it might be responsible they've had their conversations and gotten their their you know expertise and and what have you but that's where we're at it it room the the the next the logical progression is will of all the teams you know what's different about Columbus for San Jose it's a it's probably a matter of time so what's going to happen to the rest of the the hockey season the NBA season the baseball season I mean all of this course secondary to real life but you know you're going to find out and I mean we might not have playoffs who knows we might not have playoffs in Europe leagues have been canceled so we might be looking at that and you know just from just to say it here on a sports show or it's you know also challenging to sometimes try to balance the real life in the sports because you know it's I'm not your doctor your dad you know we're just Newport's guys here but it could be that the season is stopped at a certain point early in the standings are taken from there it could be that the playoffs are shortened the playoff field is shortened you know as we know the sabers are not a part of this this equation practice but it's going to be really something is going to be something we've not seen before yeah I would think that the first step I mean champions league there there are leaves Italy is just shut down and there are entirely stripped German hockey is just pulled the chute on their season and playoffs and nothing nothing's happening champions league soccer it's going on around it places in Europe and depending on where there there were eight games in this round of play well there were four that there's gonna be eight games over the course of a few days here and over those eight five were being played in front of no fans so the whatever suggestion or Adam in demand was made about public gatherings that's what you got you got seventy thousand seat soccer stadiums being played at a very high level very exciting what with like people look for this tournament all year long can't go but they're playing it and I don't know what the end game there is hoping to just keep the field together and get to the end and maybe hopefully be able to play for fans I would think the first step we're seeing it now with these buildings San Jose Columbus others being encouraged well in case center say they're just not long fans in the Columbus blue jackets are deciding despite the governor's suggestion did not have fans comes that's really relevant it is I think eventually you'll get to know fans that seems like the next step and the.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Rail blockade in Ontario that's crippled freight and passenger rail traffic in most of eastern Canada for nearly three weeks Ontario provincial police arrested some protesters on tie and naga Mohawk territory number Belleville Ontario just east of Toronto Ontario police spokesman bill Dixon said the protesters of pulled back from the rail tracks and the second in canton and set up by the protesters nearby remains in place demonstrators have set up roadblocks in British Columbia Ontario Alberta and Quebec in solidarity with opponents of the coastal gasoline pipeline that crosses the traditional to their territory of the west so wetin first nation in northwestern British Columbia hereditary chiefs of the wet so wetin nation opposed to work on their traditional territory despite support from its elected council the rail blockades are said to be costing an estimated three hundred forty million dollars per day reporter Dan carpenter has more the midnight deadline came and went to the Mohawks of tied the naga are showing no signs of dismantling their blockade the barricades went up more than two weeks ago in solidarity with what's what ten hereditary chiefs in British Columbia after police there and forced an injunction against the chiefs and their supporters who were blocking access to a construction site for a natural gas pipeline other rail blockades were set up across the country paralyzing rail traffic last week prime minister Justin Trudeau called for patience and dialogue but by Friday his tone had changed and he said the barricades must come down the royal Canadian Mounted Police offered to pull back from the west to attend blockade site but not from their traditional territory here's chief moose of the what's what ten well we're.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Just dandy Pinedale shopping mall has just been bombed with is god is my witness I thought turkeys could fly date game our voice guy the booming voice you hear on KMOX all the time you grew up in Canada I did Ryan how you doing buddy what's that like in Canada thanksgiving time well first off very very different because it doesn't happen at the same time as it does down here in the United States right right basically it's the second Monday of October it's only a three day weekend for day now what is this the Monday it's a Monday that's weird yeah and not all references or if you were to see states but the provinces in Canada even make it a mandatory holidays some places like Prince Edward Island don't even registered as a as a national day off now wow that's weird but it's where where did you grow up well I originally was born in England really yeah with this great accent that I've continued to have all my life I have no idea you grow up in a yeah Emily is born there yeah I was born there in a move to Canada when I was about nine years old wow so and lived there until about ninety two the move stateside how about that yeah so you celebrated some thanksgivings and the Canada after nine years old yeah yeah so you're in one of those provinces that actually talk Ontario Ontario British Columbia Ontario wow where I live so yeah did you guys celebrate it yeah course we did it was a big holiday just like everyone else it's it's it's not as big as is probably what it is down here in the states because shopping is an associated with it so there's no Black Friday or cyber Monday even though I think cyber Monday start in America and impact up in Canada now how to it's just a three day holiday to get together with family and friends and I I guess the biggest thing is that it's it's much the celebration of being thankful originally started as being thankful for crops and harvest and thanksgiving actually happened in Canada before it happened in the United States because basically there were more people living in Canada back then and it's further north so they had earlier yes the harvest comes in earlier you moved here to the United States as adults are yeah maybe to any of your family members move with you my mother was living Las Vegas at that time okay so did you celebrate Canadian thanksgiving or American thanksgiving when you moved here I came down we did we did the American thing yeah yeah of course yeah us you didn't try to hold the traditions of Canada when you came down people would mail I mean you know there's still a few things that you know you you you kind of like hold on to but I even forget the thanksgiving happens of my sister calls me she still lives up in Canada actual check Hey thanks for calling on thanksgiving well when was it always last month all I'm so sorry I forgot this is a weird question but does your sister also have a radio voice she actually works in okay so she has yeah it's just in the family I guess it is happened both of you in radio I fell into it as a summer job yeah as all things when I was sixteen years old I had a friend of mine I was working at a radio station he wanted to go away for a couple of weeks and if I show you what to do can you do it I said sure I'd love to so that's how it all started for me and then it just progressed and nice to be you know of of Edward operator and a producer and all this and ended up on the air for years yeah is that like a that is such a radio thing the only way I can actually get off the years if I find someone that could do the job for me because there's no one else that'll do it that's right yeah that's radio yeah ever heard it so that's how you get introduced into it well what was your first radio market first radio market was audible nation's capital how cool yeah and worked there for yes I was at Mecca see what date because I'm really going to make myself sound old now it was the seventies okay so I did that for about four years and all why then somebody said Hey you've got a good voice why don't you get on the radio so I ended up moving north to a little town called a relea witches Gordon Lightfoot's hometown of course born there and I ended up going on mir becoming a rock and roll this jockey so what is your dream to be on show home sometime are on charm or shown shown skews me C. A. R. O. N. yes the HOMES CO two one was was at that time was a bilingual radio station and my party for fun say is petite so I I I I but I actually ended up working for the jump group of stations yeah for a number of years that's cool legendary stage yeah now it's a news talk station yeah I think so yeah they had some glory years there so let's say you're here in the United States you're celebrating thanksgiving your power ranking of food on the table you can only pick three things to eat on your plate one of those three things okay power it's gonna have Turkey okay Turkey loves RG okay sweet potatoes okay sweet potatoes sweet potatoes that's not in a lot of people's top three yeah yeah but do sweet potatoes and there is one dish that my mother used to make when I was a kid growing up which is kind of like a baked potato as glazed in the whole bit and that's good but no no green bean casserole not not a threat to the side just have cranberry gonna have cranberry what kind we're gonna have to real cranberry jail that jellied stuff I love the jelly stuff I love it right out of the can it slithers out well op yeah I like I like it with a little you like retirees yeah yeah the real berries but to have the tables and corn on.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM

KHJ 930 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM

"States so so please give us a give us a ring eight seven seven to nine one zero onetwothree it'd be generous where smiling were happy because we're celebrating our catholic faith we are always always mindful of the fact that our brothers and sisters around the world and this is something this is another conversation that you need another one of those little tributaries one of these things that we needs to we need to discuss with or needs to to talk with our children about the fact that yes we practice our faith in this country because we because we can uh because we are allowed in encouraged by law we are all as adults were saying we're seeing some uh some movement in that area but not our our religious liberties perhaps not being respected as as much as they once were uh but we are guaranteed the right to practice our faith and our brothers and sisters overseas we should be praying for them at night a around the dinner table or in in the family room when we were praying the rosary across america the family rosary across america with father's day but we should be remembering those people overseas who are unable to practice their faith and um and we are so blessed were so so blessed uh so we also have heard from one i wanna take a little rollcall and give a shout out to uh are our brothers and sisters overseas who have called in with their pledges uh australia and in canada quebec british columbia ontario and alberta we've also heard from listeners in the uk in the united kingdom so so join them join them and you'll know soon enough that it feels good to give a because you never ever ever ever out.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on WJR 760

"Right we're outta sees data's season yeta rondo vollan winner beers now savior oranges folks check your calendar yeah and although it is somehow the life i don't know you're going to have to have a michigan beer that's all of them just like islam beats everything according to a kanye say will take your chances and that maier snow cone we should make it clear that it's only lowalcohol beer for the kids don't don't no beer for the kids that the mayer snow cone races for kids under under10 which means that my little pony by and the who's the mermaid what's her name ariel areolla with the little plastic streamers fly now the handlebars you will see these guys coming down the finish line going gangbusters and they go before the big fell is great but the meyer snow cone race starts a three o'clock in the afternoon and we have about three hundred children speight in that so really it's a a crowd favourite the children are just adorable the crowd is banging on the banners and everything is the approach you can actually hear the the youngsters as they wind their way around the course um because you can just follow the sound i i've note three hundred kids on bikes we pray while that sound from space and um we start them at three o'clock and then the pro racers finish approximately of four so the children race right before the a real hotshots come in and uh we have pros literally from all over the us as well as british columbia ontario um so we've got a high quality field in what.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Federal government are super cream and then then they they if there is a conflict the federal law wins so technically if you were looking at a just from a straight hole legal narrow point of view you'd say wait a second states are not allowed to legalize cannabis because the federal government says it's illegal for all purposes and federal lawsuit premium and if you looked at it from that perspective you'd be 100 percent correct but that's not the end of the discussion that is in fact far from the end of the discussion because if that were if that were to be the end of the discussion then we would be very much on a greased path to dictatorship because if all we ever did was say well the federal government has ruled on this and that's the end of the line then the federal government has vast power and it can start preempting all kinds of law was and were in deep trouble and i think the republicans in the selfproclaimed conservatives would really like the argument i'm about to make which is we have a federal list system and a federal list system is a system of shared power and shared responsibility the as between layers of government i i hope and i trust you've heard the word 'federalism before allow me to defined any case you've been wondering in nobody's ever said what it is he didn't look it up on the internet scratch red and say what they're gonna talk about when he talked about federalism federalism is a theory of selfgovernance i'm not joking runner is a theory of selfgovernance canada our friends to the north they have a federal list system they have a national government that orders is an ottawa that's their washington dc's ottawa and they have provinces manitoba you've heard these names man anna togas s sketch juan british columbia ontario right i mean those are their versions of states those of provinces in canada they have a shared relationship the federal government in ottawa takes care of stuff and provinces they kick harassed off to a federal lists system they have it in germany it's become very popular we started it and seventy and seventy six and and it was really quite an experiment and it's at the idea of shared responsibility between layers of government federal.

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"british columbia ontario" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"british columbia ontario" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

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