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 Blockades over, but Trudeau says emergency powers needed

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Blockades over, but Trudeau says emergency powers needed

"Canadian lawmakers have extended emergency powers to prevent vaccine protesters from forming new blockades Canada's emergency preparedness minister urged passage of the emergency measures saying the anti coded mandate protesters we're targeting the lifeblood of the country which is trade with the U. S. there was an effort to block a border crossing in British Columbia over the weekend the house of Commons voted one eighty five to one fifty one to affirm the emergency powers prime minister Justin Trudeau said the situation remains fragile you can harass your fellow citizens who disagree with you you can't hold the city hostage the emergency powers allow the designation of no go zones and allows police to freeze truckers personal and corporate bank accounts and compel tow companies to haul away those vehicles I'm

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Prof. Marina Hofman Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Trucker Revolt

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Prof. Marina Hofman Joins Dinesh to Discuss the Trucker Revolt

"Guys, this issue of the trucker revolt, both in Canada and now even in the United States. Very important movement. And I'm delighted to welcome to the podcast doctor Marina Hoffman. She is the author of a book called women in the Bible. She's a professor at Palm Beach, Atlantic university, but the reason she's on today is she is a Canadian. She is from the Toronto area, her dad is a trucker. He's been very involved in and following the trucker movement. And hey, Marina, thanks for joining me. This is a remarkable development. Some people have commented I have too that this is the working class sort of revolt that the left has always predicted and called for. If you go all the way back to Marx, the workers of the world unite, well, if the truckers are uniting, they're out on the road, they're making the and this is also a grassroots movement. I can't name the head of these of the truckers so it looks like this is developing from the bottom up, talk a little bit about how did this movement get started and how did it grow? And then we'll talk about where it's going. Right, so nearly three weeks ago now, a hundred plus truckers left from British Columbia, the far coast on the west, and they wanted to have the mandates lifted for the truckers because dinesh, the truckers are working alone, they're not infecting anyone. But as they traveled across Canada, this movement picked up via hundreds, thousands of vehicles joined them, thousands of Canadians, tens of thousands, the videos are overwhelming in terms of the numbers of Canadians that stood in the bitter cold waving them on, and by time they got to Ottawa dinesh, their demands had not just been for themselves, but for every single Canadian, freedom for every single Canadian before they'll

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Courageous Truckers and the Canadian Convoy for Freedom

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:35 min | 5 months ago

Courageous Truckers and the Canadian Convoy for Freedom

"Justin Trudeau, who I think just recently got reelected as prime minister, has been pushing relentlessly, some of the most draconian, some of the most backwards and some of the most unprecedented tyrannical measures when it has come to vaccine mandates, including requiring truckers have to show proof of vaccination coming to and from America. Now, all across Canada, despite the vaccine mandates, despite the mandatory vaccinations, cases are going up. Like crazy, especially in Quebec, where in Quebec, the province of Quebec is where Montreal and Ottawa is, which is auto, I believe is where the business of the Canadian government is done. Toronto is one of the biggest cities in Canada, cases have been going up steadily. So despite this mass vaccination campaign, it's having the opposite intended effect. And Canadian citizens are now. Doing their best impersonation of the American fighting spirit. Canadians are not known for public protests. They're not known for pushing back against tyranny. Canadians, I don't think ever got the credit they deserved. For stepping up and fighting alongside allied forces in World War I, World War II, and many of the wars of the last 50 or 60 years. They have fought against tyranny all across the planet. And now tyranny has come to them. And they're fighting back. There is now something called the freedom rally happening all across Canada. It is truckers that are convoying, they are tens of thousands of trucks are convoying across Canada. I'll read this story right here in canora where the temperature was expected to drop to negative 27 Celsius on Tuesday night, the host of volunteers were preparing to welcome a massive convoy of truckers. About two dozen people could be seen gathered at a community hub downtown, packing boxes of snacks and making sandwiches in a video live stream to Facebook by a supporter of the freedom rally, a convoy of truckers and their supporters that have been making its way this week from British Columbia to Ottawa in a protest against the COVID-19 vaccine

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These Vaccine Mandates Lead to Pure Evil

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

These Vaccine Mandates Lead to Pure Evil

"Honest to goodness, this is some evil stuff. I'm seeing stories of Ronald McDonald house in British Columbia, kicking out a family of victim of family, whose four year old boy has leukemia because they're unvaccinated. How about how about the story out of Washington state, one of the bluest of the blue states in the world? They had a big snowstorm this week. A county that got affected, they wouldn't allow they rejected the help from the county to clear out the snow because the county doesn't have a vaccine mandate. You can not make this crap up. And now Liz Cheney. Using January 6th and the her role she and kinzinger to persecute her political opponents. I mean, listen, they thought nothing of destroying lives and they'll keep it going over January

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Family Claims They’re Getting Evicted Over Canadian Ronald McDonald House Vaccine Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 6 months ago

Family Claims They’re Getting Evicted Over Canadian Ronald McDonald House Vaccine Mandate

"Breaking from the post millennial dot com. Ronald McDonald house to evict families with young children who are unvaccinated. Quote, they are evicting my son with leukemia and other children or adults who are suffering with sick children into the snow. The Ronald McDonald house in Vancouver, British Columbia, allegedly serving an eviction notice on unvaccinated children with serious illnesses, including cancer and their parents. Austin Ferguson, from British Columbia, the father of the four year old boy with leukemia, who has been undergoing treatment since October. Said that they are going to lose their home if they do not in 5 days if they do not get vaccinated. Now this is the Ronald McDonald house charities, which I think is like the official charity of McDonald's corporation. Is that right? Yeah. He wrote quote all tenants, adults and children over the age of 5 who are not vaccinated, are out by the end of January. So basically, if you have a four year old that has leukemia, the stated position of the official charity of McDonald's corporation is that if you don't take a vaccine despite your life threatening, you're already dealing with something that could potentially kill you, we're gonna kick you out of our

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COVID-19 Restrictions: BC Closing Bars, Banning Organized Indoor Events

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:06 min | 7 months ago

COVID-19 Restrictions: BC Closing Bars, Banning Organized Indoor Events

"COVID-19. BC that's British Columbia. Canada is composed of provinces. I think it's 7 ten. Excuse me, ten. I've been to all of them except Prince Edward Island. BC closes gyms, bars, clubs, and bands indoor Christmas parties, as omicron cases surge. All Macron cases surge. So what if cases surge? Of any type. Cases is not the issue. Death is the issue serious illnesses the issue, right? And omicron? The South Africans of the people who revealed it, and they said, what's everybody panicking about? It's no big deal. When people cut off flights from South Africa, like that'll work. Notice, it's really been effective. On The Crown, omikron may be a blessing, may be a curse. I don't know. But it may be a blessing. If more and more people get natural immunity and don't get sick, want a gift. On Tuesday, what is today? Wednesday? No. Yesterday, health officials announced the cancellation of all indoor gatherings, regardless of size. Wow. I think Canada should replace the maple leaf. With a policeman, this is a good wish we should have a contest. What should Canada replace the maple leaf with? A sheep is very, very good, is a very good idea. A policeman is another good idea. Very nice. An N95 mask.

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Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds

"Researchers researchers are are finding finding the the planets planets warming warming is is taking taking a a deadly deadly toll toll on on seabirds seabirds comment comment related related losses losses have have hit hit albatross albatross is is off off the the Hawaiian Hawaiian Islands Islands northern northern gannets gannets near near the the British British Isles Isles and and puffins puffins off off the the Maine Maine coast coast and and sea sea levels levels rise rise some some birds birds are are less less able able to to build build nests nests others others are are starving starving unable unable to to find find finishes finishes the the ocean ocean heats heats up up extreme extreme weather weather is is also also taking taking a a toll toll turns turns living living off off New New England England have have died died during during increasingly increasingly frequent frequent rain rain and and hail hail storms storms while while hurricanes hurricanes wiped wiped away away nests nests resulting resulting in in fewer fewer checks checks than than years years gone gone by by researchers researchers at at the the university university of of British British Columbia Columbia estimate estimate seabird seabird populations populations of of fallen fallen seventy seventy percent percent since since the the middle middle of of the the twentieth twentieth century century I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

08:15 min | 9 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"We had so much fun together. She was a blast. And then there was a s- lane. April brandy brea. Tiffany stacey renewed Danny catherine brie and then myself and then linda dumber. And so you know like rene mentioned. We're talking people from all walks of life different locations. Different ages you know. We were giggly tearful and focused together and I really feel that. I have fourteen new women friends and There is no doubt in my mind that we will be forever and i discussed. I just don't know where you get that type of experience from ever in your life so for me. That was really touching. Try not to cry. I'm gonna like just stop it there but it was really beautiful. That's very cool and you just hear the passion your voice the enthusiasm the excitement which is amazing and the cool thing is is. You're always gonna have that touch point. A sheep show right like a lot of you know obviously all these women are drawn to the foundation now and cheap shows ever present so this is such a great opportunity and then coupled with the fact that women hunt is going to keep them. Keep you guys all connected as well right. So it's such a cool opportunity to not just had that experience but to have that opportunity to continue to interact as you move forward as well. Yeah and kyle on on the topic of the connection. These women formed and Now their connection to while she foundation and sheep show We've invited all of them to come in volunteer at sheep. Show twenty twenty two. You know there's always a need for volunteers at the show. And and i don't know for sure the final number yet. There is one person who's not able to make it because she already had a scuba diving trip to believes booked and paid for so she's not going to be there. I believe the majority of not all eleven pretty close are going to be achieved. Show giving back a ton of their time helping out in all the different capacities of running that show for membership to the store to running auction slips in all sorts of things and of course for me Helping out the women hunt seminar on the saturday. So you know people will get a chance to meet most of the women And they're going to be demonstrating a real time You know the art of giving back. That is awesome. Such such a great story or an ad So cool and So are we going to get a formal introduction at The women hunt seminar in twenty two at show or not necessarily formal introduction to the twelve women. I'll put that down as a member. Requested introductions cool yes. I'm sure we will have set up to get so people can get to know them for sure. Cool so so now moving forward. Obviously we know they're gonna come and support us Sh- support conservationist at sheep. sheep week. Sheep show But where where. Where to. Now for for the women i guess. And that's dual-pronged so rene From organizational perspective or a women hunt perspective. Where the women go from here that it's well women. And then rene rebecca wanna talk to you about your next steps as a hunter and where you go from there. So rene if you wanna just touch on that what's next for these twelve women sure so You know their personal journey is going to be fascinating to follow. And i'm so excited to see what happens. And so from an organizational perspective. Right now where we're entering now into this post course zone of mentorship so I have almost all the names of the mentors that have been assigned to the twelve women. And i'm starting to have conversations with each of those countries individually about certain things that you know we want them to keep in mind through the mentorship period and also some expectations. They have to be available to take some calls over the course of the from the committee to do check in with them. So you know. I'm just going to be handling those calls with mentors and then Really from there It's up to these women and where they choose to take their journey into hunting and conservation and You know with these mentors that have been assigned to them who i will. Just tell you that. the nine that i've heard from or spoken to are so excited. You know so. The mentors are really on board with this and I think we're gonna see great things fantastic so rebecca. Let's talk about your journey now. So you've you know Relatively new to hunting you've been out in the field you've got all this experience now Here we are october of twenty one prime hunting season in british columbia. So where do you go from here. What is What is your journey. Look like and maybe just maybe touch on your your mentor as well. And how that fits into the the. The women hunt program by eight so My mentor will be callin. He's he's he's my husband and Since i've been back. I've touched on a few things with him that i that i would like to accomplish that i would like to commit my time to within the next year and one of them is being able to pack my gear. I mean i mean all of it from beginning to end And you know understand and research the regions that i'm going into british columbia which we all know it's hunters is extremely important. You need to know the regulations and everything that's going on so that's obviously important to me and I wanna be able to have the confidence. Which i think i do too Shoot to shoot and to harvest my own animal and to skin and and got the animal that those are very important to me and We do have a moose tag coming up november first And touted with colin and. i've asked he's agreed that if the opportunity presents i would be the first shooter and so that's my husband. That's really exciting. That he's going to actually give that to me because sometimes he just pushes me out of the way. But you know i'm in all in all seriousness. I'm super excited in great because as we all know These types of tags. Don't come easily so this is really big for me and it has come at the perfect time. I'm right after this course where you know. I have gained so much confidence and just had a life changing experience and now i get to put it to the test. Now get to go out and do that on my own. I know that moves is is a big big animal. But i'm i'm ready and i'm willing. I'm extremely dedicated. So and yeah intimidating yes. Walk up to a go damn while for sure. Rebecca that's amazing and and will congratulations on it. That's really exciting. That you're going to be out in the field using all these skills that you've learned and have the opportunity to use them and i and that's an important part of the hunting discussion. Right is who gets to pull the trigger. I right. it's always an there's been media. Hunting partner lost over that very question or a lack of understanding or communication on that very issue. Rate so Yeah i'm really excited. And you know i'd i'd love for you to share that journey with us and you know you're kind of our you know candidate or whatever for women hunt through the cheap society. Abc that partis initiative. So i'd love for you to share your story with us and we'd love to see that progression and i know our our listeners would to I know that on our social media channel when we share your story there was a lot of very urging words and a lot of people really excited for you and women hunt so I'd love for you to share that story and Through our social media story channel we could share that some of that as well with.

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"This is talk is cheap. A podcast by wild sheep society british columbia come along as we take conversations that matter to you into the high album.

Astrophysicist Hugh Ross Describes When He Learned of 'The Fine-Tuned Argument'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | 9 months ago

Astrophysicist Hugh Ross Describes When He Learned of 'The Fine-Tuned Argument'

"Program. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show, Hugh Ross, great to see you. Good to see you, too. Thank you. Well, I mentioned in the beginning of the book that it really was you who got me thinking about things, for example, like the fine tuned universe. I had literally never heard about that until about 1990 when I read your book, maybe it was fingerprint of God. I can't remember which book it was. But I was astonished to read this, having never heard about it. And over the decades, I have been quietly amassing more and more evidence as it piles up as science draws us closer and closer to the idea it's obvious and intelligence created the universe there's no way this just happened. When did you in your career first notice these things or become acquainted with the fine tuned argument? It probably goes back to my teenage years. I mean, I started getting serious, but astronomy, when I was 7 years of age and wait a minute. That's no teenager. That's a very early, you're probably the world's youngest teenager, you're smart. You probably achieved teenage dumb at age 7. Okay, so at age 7, what happened in your life to get you thinking about this stuff? Well, I was looking up at the stars and wanted to know why they were hot and my parents said go to the library. And that started me on reading four or 5 books on astronomy and physics per week. And during my teenage years, I actually launched a research study in astronomy with my telescope, looking at newborn stars and different gaseous nebulae. I wound up winning the British Columbia science fair, went on to the Canadian science fair and then I decided, hey, I'm going to continue that. I've been fascinated with astronomy ever since. But I've got struck by the fine tuning, probably beginning at about each 15 is when I realized wow. Now hang on, when you say the British Columbia science fair. How old were you when you won the British Columbia science fair? I was 17.

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Canadian Court Rules Misgendering Is a Human Rights Violation

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:20 min | 9 months ago

Canadian Court Rules Misgendering Is a Human Rights Violation

"Our neighbor to the north is becoming increasingly as are we by the way a police state. Here's an example. Not using people's preferred pronouns is a human rights offense. A canadian tribunal ruled while settling in employment dispute. The british columbia human rights tribunal ruled in favor of jessie nelson. British columbia restaurant server server. No long i don't know what's wrong with waiter allina. what's wrong. Waiter implies mail and waitress applies female and we can't possibly use that any longer. who was biologically female. But identifies as non binary right. It's not the same at all as transgender transgender is. We change your gender but non binary is there is no gender. that's by far. The most egregious attack on the dignity of the human species which is divided into male and female. The transgender does not deny that the human species is male or female. They denied that that they are biolo-. Biology is what defines their sex or their gender as they call it. But the non binary deny that there's even male and female there neither so the person needed to be called they and somebody worked refused to refer to the person as they and them and was penalized. And the it's now a human rights offense it's a It's against the law at least in british columbia. You must you must say them. That is what started. Jordan peterson in getting into public life when ottawa wanted to do the same thing dictate how you speak

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

03:36 min | 9 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Rams that were quote illegal. They didn't make the full curl or mature criteria For and that was for region seven slash seven be alone so i'm hearing about twelve. Rams at this point that they know of that have been harvested that were legal so You know obviously a very serious thing that these these are illegal animals. That are being shot. It's like shooting at three point nine. Four point season and You know obviously has long term effects on their while she population so something that we're very concerned about the absolute having seen that through a post up to sort of tell that story a little bit share it and asked the folks out there who be talking to you about this issue. And what's driving the wire wire a number of sheep coming in at her illegal and both your names came up from from the social media world. Have on here. So i was. I was great great with with an hour. Both of you guys had committed to coming on the podcast in a couple of days. So thank you for that. And i appreciate having this conversation. So so what. I'd like to get to is really like you know just to dive a little bit into you. Know how do we get to a place where you on an average year. There is three to five illegal sheep harvested in british columbia and in this year. I'm i've heard similar numbers cal. Twelve sheep have come in a illegal sheep and and that's well let's over double that we typically see and then obviously that's concerning and and i think a few numbers that are important here as we're talking about an average annual harvest of about two hundred sheep in british columbia and and this year and most of us being thin horn that You know if you're talking about twelve twelve animals as that's that's a huge percentage of the population that are being a incorrectly harvested. Maybe i'll ask you adam adam. Did you see any legal rams on your sheep on.

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:25 min | 9 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Straight across you. Nor i'm referring to up on the hills there if we spotted three caribou but it was too cows in the caf and they were way up there so they were just. The animals weren't moving but Yeah we saw maybe fifteen caribou and a few moose and we put two nice big bowls down so does yukon those yukon bowls holy crap. They like me and prince george. We've we've taken a bunch of moves here and you get four hundred pounds on the hook and four hundred and fifty pounders on the hook died. I dropped one of the bowls at the butcher yesterday. Sunday morning sunday. Sunday afternoon sunday morning when all the days are blending in the one but it was four hundred fifty four pounds of deboned meat from wild house. Eleven game bags it straight line from camp. It was one and a half day but it took we shot at eight thirty in the morning and we weren't until about eight o'clock at night now between four guys it was nuts the size of these animals up there but every step we took were like gate. Life sucks we hate this. Why are we doing this. But we each took our share and now it's like okay. Well we just book today for two thousand twenty three so nice. Awesome congrats on a great hunt. Glad you got to meuse and Yeah successful mission and another great appreciation for the mountains and and Yeah sounds again great. We did get up into the mountains. But like i said We when we crested that hill it was okay. The weather's not too bad but as soon as we got into that bowl. Greg and ira. Oh this sucks. The wind just kick the crap out of us it was blowing sleet and hail and you couldn't see and literally nothing was moving again. They're just they're all betted on the leeward side and there is no safe way to get to what we wanted to go over the cranston and then down and check out the other side where they'd be hiding but there was no way we could have done it safely. So let's see what the weather. Hopefully the weather is a little different in twenty twenty. Three and Yeah we'll go from there. Coleman walk welcome back. Glad to have you back. We did miss ya While you're away we're dealing with this You know these underage sheep or the short sheelah ghanem That this issue that we're having british columbia this year and While you're away we had a chance to sit down with. It was myself. And adam yankee from beyond the kill. Podcast sat down dylan airs. Outreached out nastase to do a podcast. Actually dylan was looking for people. That might wanna talk on the issue. You see senate over to me and said. Hey dylan's talking about this. You might want to reach out to him which i did while. You're away So On this podcast. We sit down episode. Forty four and talk about the short sheep. Issue and b. c. Maybe some of the causing factors why it's concern And had a really good talk. Obviously dylan's is she putter and We talk lots of short cheap. And then of course i getting adams perspective on things is always Fantastic to hear his perspective as well. So a really really good episode This is recorded on the wild podcast with dylan hosting Admire guests Dylan has generously said we could share the content and we figured.

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:42 min | 10 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"But i'd love to hear anyone's feedback on some great polls. Nox obviously disagree job on pools as well. But i've never run them so Of to hear your feedback on that if you're listening to have some comments force okay. So couple of things to talk about steve. What's the wildfire situation. British columbia man still region Last time we talked abo- to help lytton and monte lake have been hit and now it sounds like sixty seventy structures in the west. Side of colona okinawan indian band been nailed the crews still fighting hard. There's been orders. Logan late was told to get out a little spots. Kamloops loops were on alert. And did they say the word unprecedented been thrown a lot the last year or so and this is another great description for it. It's unprecedented we've never seen a wildfire season like this and goes back to what we keep touching on of liquidity john davies in previous podcast lack of forest management and managing for for-profit versus bound diversity. And it's it's scary. Oh they're in. Our heart goes out to those that are affected and will be affected. And yeah just it's tragic. That really truly is absolutely well. Said steve soya Definitely thinking about our friends out there in the struggles. People are going through and there's nothing worse than worrying about the security of your home rate. I just can't imagine in your family's welfare health and safety and and then next thing loss of personal property so just a horrible year and hopefully we can get some cooler cooler weather and get some rain and see some of this stuff abated for sure Okay let's look some of those parts of rain over the last week but while you're you're throwing a bucket into the ocean right foot as you said absolutely okay. So segue now This past weekend we had our while cheap drastic classic chiloe Another fantastic events Raising money for wild sheep in british columbia this year..

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"This is talk is cheap. A podcast by wild sheep society british columbia come along as we take conversations that matter to you into the high album still buddy. How's it going that you're kinda airy what's going on. Also people can't see you or see us and So that's a couple of things first of all for our listeners. If you're listening and you're interested let us know how you feel about this on youtube format. We're gonna continue to the podcast. 'cause you guys told us you wanted that but as we're growing the platform we have the option now to do a youtube based scenario so offer both and you can see live video. I can see the benefits as an example that last one with josh hamilton. A couple of weeks ago. He had a powerpoint doubted in great for to use the video. Portion inhabit on youtube I think too like You know some of the taxidermy ones. That's another great opportunity Just the total segue lot of feedback. We've got is that podcast with trevor carruthers Rack master taxidermy. Audio quality was really poor but the content was fantastic. So we're going to record that one i've talked to. He's pretty upset that the quality was so poor. We are to As you know we switched into this new format which feedback we got us. Much better so We're gonna record that session down the road here in the next few weeks as well so yes the only downside to go into a youtube format as they have to stare at us right through a lot of people. 'cause we faces for radio right. Yeah fair enough. Yeah absolutely So anyway this is a cool episode. we sit down with the hunting partner. Mike kirk and i were fresh off the mountain from northern bc. We did a fly in trip to unnamed lake in the northwest region six And had a great hunt. You're gonna hear all about it We had some highs and lows. And some failures successes. I think it's just a great episode. Mike is so knowledgeable He taught me everything. I've known now about mountain hunting. Which probably isn't a lot. Sorry did everything i know. super knowledgeable guy One of those guys that researches everything he does to almost to a fault really so knowledgeable so real cool podcast. Enjoy this one. It was fun and we talked about our high way. A lot of great memories on on And you know like any to. There's there's those downtimes right where you're just dragon and Just trying to get through and fight to live to fight another day but anyway real cool podcast episode Forty one with the myself. Mike kirk on the northern northwest mountain. British columbia yeah it was..

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Scientists 'Find Cancer's Achilles Heel'

WBZ Morning News

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Scientists 'Find Cancer's Achilles Heel'

"Scientists just might be one step closer to beating cancer. After finding what one researcher calls cancers Achilles heel, the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, discovering a protein that fuels tumors. When oxygen levels are low. This allows the cancerous growth to adapt and survive and in some cases become more aggressive. This study, published in the journal Science advances will help researchers to develop drugs that can destroy those

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

08:17 min | 11 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"That's that's inspiring all of us in the ministry staff and everyone included on this project relates. Okay we need to. We need to get the ball rolling on this. We need to get serious about this. We need to do this. This entire hundred fifty kilometer corridor along the fraser because we can get. We can get rid of movie. We believe that no one. We know that it's happening down in the states as well in there and they're seeing similar results. So yeah i mean moving forward. I'm so excited about You know it's it's a big project it's gonna take us another seven eight years probably to do that and you know it's gonna. We're looking at probably one hundred fifty k. per year. Something like that for that. It's big it's not a it's not a small thing but Those sheep populations right now in that entire area are sitting around six hundred fifty animals where traditionally they were twenty five hundred so you know if we can get back to that that is that is a hell of conservation story. As far as i'm concerned. I think what it does. Pete is it. It's our legacy right. This is our opportunity to leave a legacy for the future of while cheap in british columbia. We can actually transform the landscape Like you said they went from that twenty five hundred down to these all time. Low numbers not recovered. We know movies the issue that's been proven now. Scientists know this violence. No this With this new Basically test remove you know approach to it which has been proven very well proven in hell's canyon and to a lesser extent here in bc now. Recently with the fraser. We can change the face of wild sheep in british columbia. These bighorns can come back to those traditional numbers and we can do our part so i. I'm really excited about it. The the downside is is it comes at an eight year cost one point one million is what you know chris. Brockman telling us that we're going to need to invest in it. So we got some heavy lifting over the next seven or eight years to do. But i can tell you people are passionate about. Our members are passionate about step up. they're getting involved and there's another of other organizations that have stepped up as at well. We seen the wild she foundation contributed this project obviously. atf no-brainer even cabela's shaw. They donated five thousand dollars. A few years back But we have abbotsford fish and game club stepped up this year. Seventeen thousand five hundred dollars towards this project midwest while cheap foundation as contributed so a lot of benefactors. There that want to be involved in this. And i'm really encourage you know we're we're seeing some chris. Proctor said a best amigos. I never get the tell success stories in in my job because it's always doom and gloom you know wildlife and bc. It's so challenging. There's so many struggles loss of habitat all these disease issues. And he goes. You know i wake up in the morning. I think about the sheep because we're actually doing something that benefits while cheap and it's a success story in my job. And so he's he's jacked the butter. I'm shocked about it. I know you are. And i think that you know as an organization. We can really leave a legacy for wild sheep in the province. I think we're gonna make a difference so we we already have made a small difference. But i think we could leave a legacy behind the step. People will talk about one hundred years from now so pretty encouraging stuff and i thank you for all your commitment work that you do in the field. All the time with that fall it was You know it was a it was the die off of that heard. That was kind of the the beginnings of welsh sheep society bc. It's it's data her dying off in the mid mid nineties. That concerned concerned the the original guys that started this up And i wasn't around at that time. So i can't speak for them but they were worried about you. Know about the california bighorns all along the fraser river. And you know now. Science has caught up to things. We you know back then. We didn't know what the heck it was and now we do and now we know how to solve that problem and so a man. I'm just honored to be a car. A small tiny part of of this project. And i'm gonna continue to. Everything i can and i'm going to continue to tell everybody i know about it and promote it and and encourage people to continue to you know whether that's a step up in whatever form you can if that's monetary that's awesome if that's volunteerism your time that's awesome if it's if it's likes and shares of post on on social media that's also awesome like everything else right now so you know we're just gonna continue doing what we do and There's gonna be new people step in at all times you know. It's going to just continue where we're showing that that good work can be done and and will continue to do so out right on man and and you're kind of our poster boy You know you're out on the ground you're doing the heavy lifting but then on top of it You're You're advocating You stepped up your monarch silver member. Which means that you've donated a bunch your personal money to this 'cause And just can't thank you enough for for your commitment to wild This past week in although the media outreach you've done just fantastic and really really grateful for everything that you've been doing that So with that any last thoughts or parting words anything anything we need to think about or anything. We missed on the podcast. Otherwise i'll let you get back to you know you've got a busy day planned again with this with this. Grand forks the buckle. So yeah no. I mean i think we've already hit. Most of it is just you gotta. I don't know i. i like to stay positive right. This is this is crappy. What's happening in in grand forks right now. There's there's no denying that but But we're also seeing successes were also contributing to positive habitat enhancement throughout the province. Were pushing for burns up north or pushing for burns down south where you know. We're in we're in the weeds everywhere right now and man. That's that's everyone on our board. That's we're having members. Come up to us suggesting new projects that we should be looking at It's inspiring it continues to fire me every day. i sit here in you know. Forget a new email from chris barker from josh hamilton. Up north. or whatever robin rutledge. Like we're all everyone's pulling their weight. Everyone's doing what they can Just we all continue to inspire each other and and new members come and reach out to us all the time and they're inspired and you know it it's like this just i gotta get away gushy about it like it's it's it's really special to to be a part of this and i'm truly excited for the future as much as you know. We are seeing some some bad disease stuff. Go on like we're doing so much good right now and and it's not just a tutor on horns we we truly are making a difference on the landscape For well sheep and it's just incredible to be small part of it while said man and you know. I think you know you talk about the positive. He's you know there's still some great property there and yet we have had to stay off this blue tongue. Virus is gonna go away. We know that it's not a perpetual thing. Mobis a much bigger thing as we alluded to already. So you know there's more work to be done there but The cool thing is is through our partnership and working and supporting silt southern interior land. Trust we've set that landside so that land there is there for perpetuity. So it's really encouraging. So what we really need to do. Now is focused on that habitat component makes sure that land is healthy and protected so that those wild sheep can come back and have healthy populations in thrive for generations to come so yet absolutely one hundred percent agree. Yeah this a bit of a dark cloud with the blue tongue thing but the cool thing is it's not permanent is going to go away. Hopefully this is a flash in the pan that will never see again and we'll build the backup See healthy sheep on the landscape back in grand forks for centuries to come so My friend i want to thank you for all you do for the society. Thank you for taking the time to meet with us today. I know you know. Just trying to coordinate. This was really challenging. You like oh. I meet with. Cbc today to meet with the gazette here so You know thanks for making it a priority for us. I know that you're in high demand now and just fantastic working. Thank you.

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

07:08 min | 11 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Mr hamilton. Mr stelter okay. So we're meeting on less than exceptional terms here. We've had a bit of a rough week for wall. Sheep in british columbia. Yeah so we sit there on this talk with theater gupta. He's a director with Society bc and we as many. I'm sure all of you know that we had a Event this past week in the grand forks area. Blue tongue virus That just a freak thing. That's affected our wild sheep. Huge mortality numbers in nbc. Here in the the grand be heard is known and devastating effect. There's literally dozens of dead sheep on the ground in the grand forks area yet. I just wasn't even planned episode. This was holy crap. We need to put an episode together to get some information out there for the support. We've had in the questions we've had and Clarify some information dispel some information. And hopefully give you a better understanding. What's actually going on on the ground. Pete is the one you've seen in the pictures that are circulating on social media and on news websites that's there so he graciously got him on his behalf to take take an hour of his time to step away for a bit of a break to give the listeners a bit of a hands on look at what's on the ground yeah You know this is a tough topic to talk about To see this mortality wild sheep audience is though you know across the landscape. We've seen with michael plasma lavinia manja much higher numbers. We've seen the fraser river. Sheep go from twenty four twenty five hundred to what six eight hundred exceeds hundred so You know as as horrible as as blue tongue event is blue. Bluetongue virus event is You know movies even the bigger Sort of culprit in when it comes to wild sheep issues british columbia But anyway we wanted to get peed on here is Input in what he seeing on the ground there. We talk a little bit on the science things. Obviously we're not scientists biologists a you know And hence watch that. We're going to have her on the show here. In a couple of weeks we reach out to helen yesterday to talk about some of these issues and she's keen to talk to us so we're going to have her on here You know the scientists of the ones. That should be commenting on this. But we're providing a little bit of background. We've been shared some information. We tried to dispel some of the myths on that but Again so take take what were telling you with a grain of salt. But what i can tell. You is the stuff pete tells you what he's seeing on the ground that's for real And just heartbreaking to see this blue tongue virus be so david devastating in grand forks. I think that the main reason the blue tongue one seem so devastating as it because it happened so quick and there's twenty sheep all within localized area with inside the highway. And it's just bang. It's it went from what's going on with one of these mortalities to As he gets into multiple callers dropping within hours. And i think that's why blue tongue looked so devastating right now but as you say movie. Is that the long-term one nets Really devastating hurts across british columbia fraser river in the other. Her and sadly Worked on as well so yeah. It's a. I don't want to call it good episode but i call it an informative episode. Yeah absolutely so. We're not gonna spend much time senate up here. Just have a listen a peter. Good she does a great job of explaining what's happening out there what he's seen mr good welcome to the show. How's it going ads going kyle. It's been a hectic couple of days here but still still kick in so. Is that how you pronounce. Your last name is pronounced other ways like. How do you actually pronounce it. Yeah it's it's good i get. I get gucci gucci. After years back at the wild sheep foundation sheep show. I actually won one of the raffle. Hunts and i got it was peter gutowski On the on the on the announcement. I was standing there having a beer with a with a couple of friends. And i'm like. I think that might be me. I'm not really sure but yeah. Okay kid clarify if that out of the way immediately. Yeah so good to see you got your sense of humor. It's been a heavy week of You know You know the reason we're here is the taco boats. This disease event in grand forks in Pure even on the ground And really you know you're kind of our lead guy in the ground when it comes to projects. You're out there with a lot of these projects you've been very involved with the fraser river project. Now grand forks so And you're a bit of a celebrity now. Apparently era going to be on the national tonight. So that's really cool but unfortunately you. The circumstance of events is not cool. But so just give us cutter your high level. You know what you seen. What a time of events said and Of of what's going on in the last week around this blue tongue virus it's affected these grabby sheep. Yeah i mean it's all happened super-quick right to we. I caught wind of it kind of internally last week on friday When we knew that a couple of callers have gone down in pretty short order and at that point they just you know the the ministry. staff scrambles whomever they can get out there. In this case it was a couple of members from okc inauguration alliance that that whipped down there from the okinawa valley went straight to the mortalities and then The basie took took. I believe three or four sheep that first night and just organized to get them straight to to abbotsford to the lab for testing to see what the heck was going on. So those sorry for those. That don't know. Can you explain what you mean by a caller going down like what does it caller. And how do you guys know what's going on. Yeah so these. Gps that we fund it through while she cited as well as well cheap foundation. Our at twelve callers out there And they get these ones. You can change all the different settings on them but these particular ones. We're paying every four hours. And so you get you. Basically the the biologists that are tracking this stuff. They they get a you know paying every four hours on their computer or whatever program they have going on there And it shows the location of the sheep and so if they get one I guess. I guess they get to in a row in the exact same spot than it it it starts to send off a mortality. You know just suggest. Hey the sheeps not moving or the caller is not moving. Could you know maybe they just slip the caller who knows right But so they they. They get those things and so our biologist. Here in the okinawan. Had i think it was four maybe a mistake and maybe it was only three initially But it was. It was within a two hour period. You know a couple of callers dropped off and started. Showing them tally signals. And so that point. They just scrambled to get someone out there to investigate right away..

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"This is talk is cheap. A podcast by wild sheep society british columbia come along as we take conversations that matter to you into the high album.

Heat Wave Hits Northwest, Sending People to Cooling Centers

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Heat Wave Hits Northwest, Sending People to Cooling Centers

"The state of emergency has been declared in Oregon where temperatures are expected to be over one hundred degrees for the rest of the week another sizzling heat wave is gripping the Pacific Northwest and other parts of the country is breathtaking expressway but western Oregon could see temperatures over one hundred ten degrees people are already flocking to cooling centers like the one in Multnomah county where Holly Martinez is a volunteer we have a lot of water we have maps for folks to lie down on chairs December heat wave in June killed hundreds of people in Oregon Washington state and British Columbia and sizzling weather is hitting other parts of the country cooling centers have opened in Connecticut as well in southeastern Kansas a two year old child has died from suspected heat illness the heat index and Callie county reached one hundred eight degrees I'm Jackie Quinn

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"This is talk is cheap. A podcast by wild sheep society british columbia come along as we take conversations that matter to you into the high album stevo july twenty second. We're on the precipice of the sheep opener. some of us are anyway. I'm not going until mid september. So i'm not too excited yet. I understand you buy a sheep tag this year. I haven't yet but it will be. I don't want to eight around. I've still got some bear to be hunting august rate and the new new red state. You have to carry all your tags. And i don't wanna lose it. Yeah fair enough Yeah so we're literally What do we ten days away from the opener so Quick so you mentioned wildfire. What's what's are concerned there. Well yes People are going to be heading north out of the lower mainland and all over and pay attention to dry b. See i've got some friends that are supposed to be coming up tomorrow to visit and They're going to have to detour through kamloops and around because of the fires through a litany area hundred mile area. So pay attention to that. You might be hitting a roadblock road closure so yeah can't stress enough to make sure your your roots clear before you had great Yeah so we're not gonna spend a bunch of this. Get right to the podcast. This is a really cool one. I think we're episode thirty seven and we've got renee thornton non from the wild sheep foundation She's the woman had chair for the women hunt committee and they got a fantastic new program this year. That's really exciting. and You know you just hear the enthusiasm in rene voice she so passionate about this subject and You know i. She shared this program with the while. She said he'd be see here last week. And i just was so excited about. This is such a great opportunity for know a potential lady hunter. That's interested in getting into the hunting community so district great episode with rene. Don't they have lots of lots of cool stuff. She she puts out there. And yeah if you got a A woman hunter or a woman hunter. That's not experience. That's the key and one or one wants to get into it. You're going to want to give this a listen because there is a great opportunity here for someone at part of this is to promote You know this program from the wild sheep foundation it's It's a new program. They're looking for twelve lady hunters You know aspiring lady hunters really yep to And you'll hear all about it on the podcast so give it a listen and if you know somebody that maybe has any remote interest in hunting or a anything to do with that Share this with a mix of they get their application in. It's a pretty timelines. Have to have everything done by. I think renee mentions august. Ninth on the podcast so You know make sure you share this around and let people know about it. What's going on so my wife doesn't hunt Very supportive nothing wrong with it She doesn't have any issues with it. She just doesn't hide Doesn't avenue to what's going on. I know that your your spouse. She is interested. I think she's done some hunting. Has she harvests animal. I believe she has hasn't she no she hasn't actually. She's got a core. She's got her her pal..

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More Unmarked Graves Likely at Former Residential School Site

Native America Calling

01:31 min | 1 year ago

More Unmarked Graves Likely at Former Residential School Site

"Discovery of unmarked graves near a side of a former indian residential school in british columbia. A local first nation says it has found more than one hundred and sixty undocumented unmarked graves down carpet chuck reports the discovery on lockett island off. The coast of vancouver island was confirmed by the chief of the tribe. Joan brown the island is small. One was once home to the cooper island industrial school. It was run by the roman catholic church from eighteen. Ninety to nineteen seventy five in a statement brown said we understand that many of our brothers and sisters from our neighboring communities attended the cooper island industrial school we also recognized with a tremendous amount of grief and loss that too many did not return home cynthia. Wesley s coma is with the national center for truth and reconciliation. She says she's not surprised. By this discovery. We have been talking about this for decades and many of these survivors has said repeatedly that their children that were buried that were killed or died of various things and they knew that they were there. Nothing unfortunate thing was that people didn't believe that an hour Evidence that in fact this happens. The penalty at nation is hosting to healing sessions on the island in the weeks ahead and a march for children. One survivor of the school says he wants the provincial and canadian governments to step up to help indigenous people still reeling from the realities of the residential schools for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Gt process You it's controversial controversial at times right but that there's a case where conservation and wildlife for winning because of an for those that don't know g g g is government government negotiations But yeah it's it's great That that burn a couple of years ago crater mountain. I think it was that there was some new technology. Wasn't it about their. They're dropping like little foil balls or something fireballs airballs. Yeah yeah. I remember seeing that in the pictures and just the the the look of a on the face of everybody participating almost a sigh of relief of finally this is getting burnt in work controlling type thing and is is. We're seeing around the province right now and in some spots across canada and we know californian austrailia the all get hit rate. It's fire is going to happen. And if if we manage it properly. It doesn't have to be anywhere near as devastating as it is right now to communities while said okay before we go off the episode here a couple of things. We got to new raffles out. Jurassic classic raffle It's fully donated by Rifles in steiner scopes They they've donated a sack. Eighty five fin light absolutely beautiful rifle topped with a steiner scope I think is around six grand atmos. Rpi on it And our goal is to sell it out We have the opportunity to make twenty thousand dollars on that raffle in every penny. Going to go on the ground in the fraser river. The fraser river project Bighorns that we've been working on the last two years. One hundred thousand dollars of our money's gone there so far and last night at a board of directors meeting. I think we've proved sixty thousand dollars for that. So this is a flagship project for the wild sheep. society be seen. It's a flagship project for wild sheep in bc The the fraser river bighorns of dropped off dramatically in the nineties do disease event and they've never recovered and this is the steps that are going to get us to that next level that we can see those numbers starting to come back with actually seen Some very early evidence of a great success in that in that in a river project. So we're really. I think the budget for this coming years. One hundred eighty thousand dollars a big chunk modeling said while chiefs put in sixty grand in. And we've got a bunch of funny parts are going to be twenty thousand from that rifle so you can see the importance of it right. It's really critical Of and you know if if you wanna get a chance to win a sweet rife okay. Yeah that's part of it but really like look what you're doing for wildlife conservation of wild sheep in british columbia when you're supporting raffle right and it takes only twenty five bucks. I ask me can can grab a couple of eight. So yeah exactly and then we just launched another one. it's a very very cool raffle It's the explain it. Because i don't think i'm going to do a very good job. What what it is. It's a trailer would. It doesn't sound great. It's a trailer. It's it's it's a gen to doghouse with. Badlands series digital camera roughneck edition tent. Basically it's a tent trailer. That.

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Meteorologist Connects Record-Breaking Heat to Global Warming

Pat Thurston

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Meteorologist Connects Record-Breaking Heat to Global Warming

"I'm misunderstanding it, But, you know, just anecdotally. Seems like our weather is just weird. Like a lot of it. It seems more temperate. Then I remember like from my childhood. And yet when the day comes when it's going to be cold or when it's going to be hot man, it kills us with that is that normal for us are things changing. Well, what is normal for the bay areas that we have so many micro climate that you can find significantly almost dramatically different weather conditions in towns that are adjacent each other depending on you know the elevation how close they are to the coast. How close we are to the bay, So it's not unusual for the barrier to have what People from outside. The Berry might call weird weather, but it's even weirder now, and it's weirder now because we are experiencing more extremes now than before. The the heat waves are occurring earlier in the year earlier in the summer season than they typically did, and in the distant penned the Not too distant past. Uh, droughts are occurring. Earlier and lasting longer, and this is not just here in the Bay Area. This is, uh, this is what's happening all around the world right now. You don't remember Early last week, British Columbia recorded its highest temperature ever like around 100 and 15. Degrees, Uh, Portland and Seattle and Eugene or according ridiculously high temperatures. 108 112 106 114 degrees that they had never seen before. Finland, Uh, that area of Finland that is part of Lapland north of The Arctic Circle just had its, uh, let's see tied at China's all time record high 90 nearly 93 degrees one day last week, so if places north of the Arctic Circle are regularly setting new records and seven the seven warmest years on record globally have been the last seven years. That should indicate to the to the skeptics and the deniers that yes, it is global warming. It's just just amazing amazing to to me me how how you you know know we've we've already already were were wonderful wonderful country country with with many many wonderful wonderful things things about about that that define define our our country. country. But But one one thing thing that's that's not not so so wonderful. wonderful. That That is is part part of of who who we we are are is is we've we've always always had had a, a, uh uh very very vocal, vocal, very very stubborn, stubborn, anti anti intellectual intellectual element. element. And And it's it's not not only only that that that's that's not not only only that not only includes what we call everyday people, but people who are elected public officials who are so in denial. It's just ridiculous because they find some sort of political benefit to be that way. And it

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"british columbia" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Here & Now

"All accounts. What they'll see is absolutely devastating. One of the residents who escaped from the fire was gordon. Murray talking to the cbc here about the loss of the town as small rural indigenous low income community and we're at the point the spear point of climate change. But it's coming for everybody. We're the canary in the coal mine. We we had the heat and the chaos but we weren't prepared so talking about climate change. They're and as he does. I'm seeing this report out this week. From the university of british columbia that says up to a billion clams mussels snails sea life in the shallow waters of the west coast of the province died because of this heat wave. Is there a sense. They're in western canada that these shocking conditions could be a new normal. I think that's really the concern. You know a both from people who live in these areas as well as the public officials. This really has been a chance for people to say. Hey if people in vancouver called an ambulance or people in burnaby called an ambulance and it didn't show up and the people of lytton only had minutes to get out of town. This is something that we need to prepare for in a different way. Cbs's lindsey done comb reporting from british columbia. Thank you so much for your time here. And now.

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North American Heat Wave "Virtually Impossible" Without Climate Change

BBC World Service

01:30 min | 1 year ago

North American Heat Wave "Virtually Impossible" Without Climate Change

"United States and Canada, at the end of June, would have been virtually impossible without climate change. Last week's heat dome above British Columbia Washington State in Portland, Oregon, smashed daily temperature records and led to dozens of deaths. We can speak to Frederico Auto from the World Weather ATTRIBUTION Initiative, which published this report. Welcome to the program. Usually we We think of scientific reports of coming out months, perhaps even years after an event this is Quick determination. What have you found? We have found, um that first of all, this event is extremely rare. As you have said Those records have been smashed, so we have seen records broken but up to five degrees Celsius. So that means that everything we have observed so far is is very different to this event, which makes it difficult to estimate exactly how likely this event is. Our best estimate is that in the world we live in today, It's about an a one in 1000 year event. But without human and used climate change. It would have been virtually impossible to occur. But what we have also looked at is that in a two degree world so North 0.8 degree warmer than we have. Today. This type of temperature could be reached every 5 to 10

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Pope Will Meet With Indigenous Leaders About Canada's Residential Schools

Native America Calling

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Pope Will Meet With Indigenous Leaders About Canada's Residential Schools

"Canada's assembly of first nations will join may t- and inuit leaders on a trip to the vatican in december to ask for an apology from the pope for the catholic church's role in the residential school system. But as dan carpenter chuck reports the head of the af en says there are no guarantees. They will be successful in getting that apology in his final report released in two thousand and fifty the truth. Reconciliation commission called for the pope to come to canada to personally apologize to the survivors and their families for the abuses indigenous children faced in the residential school system. The anger over the lack of an apology has been heightened by the recent discoveries in british columbia and saskatchewan of hundreds of unmarked graves on the sites of former residential schools. Now assembly of first nations and inuit leaders will make the trip to rome in late december to ask for that apology. Here's perry bell guard the national chief of the a. f. n. the meetings been confirmed at the vatican's or we're going to take that meeting and then as well at that time. Take the opportunity to invite his holiness back to canada. At some point in the future and again there are no guarantees of any kind of apology or anything coming forward. There's no guarantee that he'll even come back to canada but we have to make the attempt bell guard. Says he is optimistic. He says the canadian government and the roman catholic church complicit in the operation of the residential schools. They were funded by the government and run by the churches about one hundred. Fifty thousand native. Children were forced to attend the schools from the late. Eighteen hundreds to nineteen ninety-six. Thousands were abused is not clear. How many died of neglect and abuse. The estimates range from just over four thousand to as many as fifteen thousand the three other churches involved in running the schools be anglican presbyterian and the united have apologized. The catholic church still has not for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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Vector Quantization for NN Compression With Julieta Martinez

The TWIML AI Podcast

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Vector Quantization for NN Compression With Julieta Martinez

"Welcome to the podcast. You thanks for having me. I am really looking forward to diving into our conversation. We're gonna talk all about some of your research into computer vision to get started. Wanna share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in the field. Yeah of course. I was born and raised in mexico and around two thousand eleven thousand twelve. I finished my undergrad. There and i really wanted to go somewhere else for my for grad school so i applied to a bunch of universities in canada. Then i got accepted into the uber. See the university of british columbia. And then i started doing my masters there then eventually went onto a phd. With the same students supervisors and then in two thousand eighteen. I was grabbing my pitch. Like i just had to defend so i started looking for jobs and i ended up moving to toronto to Overnight g. arduous this elaborate had just been founded in south driving then in earlier this year that shut and a few weeks later fuel a little bit later after that i joined wabi. Which is when. I'm working out right. L. awesome awesome. Tell us a little bit about lobby. What is bobby doing. So why is a company dedicated to build an explanation of south reagan and so but but b believe is that celebrating is the most and exciting technological innovation. We will see in the next two years. And why is that's why we deal is trying to build upon the lessons of the last year's and tried to build an approach that he's a i. I saw not just something that is hand engineer and then we tried to put ai to make it better but something that right from the get go can really put a centerstage

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Latest First Nations discovery reveals 182 unmarked graves at Canada school

Native America Calling

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Latest First Nations discovery reveals 182 unmarked graves at Canada school

"Another grim discovery in british columbia the remains of one hundred and eighty two bodies near a former indian residential school. As dan carpenter reports the find was made using ground penetrating radar. The lower kootenai band says the remains were found in unmarked graves near the site of the former saint. Eugene's mission school near cranbrook. The school run by the catholic church operated from nineteen twelve to the nineteen seventies about one hundred members of the kootenai band attended the school. Chief jason lewis says. The ben's leaders met with survivors of the school in the community before making the announcement and louis added his voice to the growing calls for the catholic church to be held accountable for running the schools. The nazis were held accountable for their war crimes. And i see no difference in locating the priests and and the brothers that are responsible to be held accountable for their arts. In this attempt of genocide on indigenous people the announcement comes just a month after another british columbia. First nation found the remains of two hundred and fifteen children buried on the site of a former residential school near kamloops and the remains of seven hundred fifty. One bodies were found near a former residential school in saskatchewan. Other native leaders. Say the need for mental. Health services for survivors will increase as more graves discovered near former residential schools across canada for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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Over 100 Deaths May Be Tied to Historic Northwest Heat Wave

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Over 100 Deaths May Be Tied to Historic Northwest Heat Wave

"The brutal heat wave that's gripping the Pacific Northwest is being blamed for dozens of deaths this state of Oregon's been hard hit health officials there are estimating more than sixty people have died due to the unprecedented heat authorities in Washington state say more than a half dozen deaths there have been linked to the heat and many more are suspected well more than sixty deaths were reported in Vancouver British Columbia rolling blackouts are back in effect for Spokane to help meet the demand for air conditioning with temperatures over one hundred degrees meteorologists say that this heat wave is caused by a dome of high pressure over the northwest made worse they say by human caused climate change I am Jackie Quinn

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Of social management. Act now or the things that you love could be next. Good morning bill. How're things from beautiful smithers bc. Well the sun is shining today. Little bit of frost in the mornings. But it's warm up to the mid teen so that's feeling like spring summer. Now fantastic so you know. I get to see it out in you know in at the while she foundation board meetings. We often touch base there. And we've kind of missed out on that with kobe. So you know we've all kind of locked in a little corners of the world here and haven't been able to get together. It's kind of been a tough go for all of us here lately hasn't it. Yes yes certainly has right. Especially you know society what it's plugged into across inter provincially and internationally and then you know my role and and our wildlife health folks to write their role in terms of being leaders on some of the files that that are near and dear to sheep and goat people's hearts so It is challenge this border stuff. Yeah for sure. So bill For our listeners. Who you're on our very first podcast. talk is cheap. Which was awesome. We did a great horned aging Talk with you and but we didn't talk a ton about the conservation stuff. And i know most people that list our podcast know who. Bill jack is your. Your reputation goes far and wide in a very good way but you know for our newer listeners. Can you just kind of give us an overview talk about your position and just a little bit of your background. for wildlife management and conservation here in british columbia bill. Sure so i've been Yes i came to the province in ninety six. That's when i started with bc government and and it's worked sort of with wildlife habitat some enforcement stuff through those ranks. And and now. I hold the position of provincial. Wild sheep and mountain goats specialist which is a position that sort of grew out of necessity starting in about twenty twelve. Through to twenty fifteen. There was a lot of conversation in british columbia about the importance of Wild sheep and mountain goats. they're not atip as much as they are a freezer species. They're not the typical freezer species that people think about when they think about moves and elk deer so A lot of the funding that became available really went into those sort of bread and butter hunted species right not so much into sheep and goats but as the international focus ramped up and as while cheap society became Really grew right. I mean if look at the evolution of society itself over the last decade. it's grown so much and it's taken on such a leadership role in a whole bunch of different conservation. Initiatives.

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"british columbia" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"British columbia located on the traditional unseeded territories of this Tooth fish and musk him in the neighborhood of east also known in the craft beer community as east van due to its high concentration of craft. Breweries is a brewery called luquillo. They open and have stuck to offering italian style beers well exceeding their styles a bit as well as their food options. I sat down with the brewer and co owner. Brian parfitt I am the owner and one one owner and head at the company and Yeah what did you open again like. It's been a while we opened october. Two thousand sixteen so four and a half years coming on our fifth fifth anniversary there all right so Yeah it's you know in terms of like just designed year one of my favorite tasting rooms here because you have this big feature geometric wall. But i mean you know. Your beer is also really fantastic. That's but like it's very comfortable here when we're allowed to be lot and yeah yeah big storage room which is actually kind of helpful by definitely preferred. How people in your right. So where did the idea for the burri come from them. I guess probably back in twenty thirteen. Two thousand fourteen ish My wife eleanor. And i were just kinda getting into the craft beer scene here in bc and already been like we. We traveled down to the states. A lot to visit berea down there and like portland california seattle. Yeah we always had a dream to to do something in the hospital industry and like we're kind of thinking beer bar or something and then the craft beer boom started to to happen here in vancouver And we'd like you know. Go to pol street all the time and thirty three acres and apparel for nine around and Yeah and then we just kinda shifted our idea. And we're like why don't we open a brewery instead of a beer bar. I was home during the time. Had been for a few years. And yeah basically we were looking for a career change for for myself mostly. Meanwhile are now business partners. Who are old friends of avars..

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Is once in a lifetime. This is a draw that you're to get a chance to win super exciting. So yeah ben reached out he goes. I gonna personally guide the hunt. And i'm going to get while wildlife captured to donate it so this is a fully donated hunt from canadian. Wildlife capture guided by banbury cough with coastal inlet adventures of a lifetime. There's only thousand tickets available. Odds are very good on it. Tickets are fifty dollars a piece and we're going to run this through Until august it'll be drawn in august is season. And it's this exactly i attempt Twenty twenty one and this is really appealing for british. Columbia's out you know. A lot of these hunts guided hunt sir appealing to foreigners but bbc. How tough is it to get a roosevelt draw and and certainly wanted a coveted area. Like this you can't get it. It's the odds are so slim. I've been putting in for roosevelt for ever since i've been hunting here bbc and i've never got drawn right. I put in for areas known for better on spy or lower odds but fantastic And yet definitely want to get tickets on that. So that's available saturday Go to our website and it'll be under a raffle stab and you get Get tickets on that hunt so fantastic. Oh yeh just like just like everything else. Every single dollar stays rate here in bc and goes on the ground projects. What was our total dollars in two thousand twenty. That went on the ground from from raffles. Like this. Two hundred seventy thousand is what through actively we did. You know that's a lot and again you say it all the time. It just doesn't help the sheep. It helps feeling all the all the species right Stuff we hunt stuff. We don't hide everything benefits from it. So yeah it's across. The board absolutely caused could be better yet. Pretty exciting raffles on the badgers to butterflies and mule deer stone cheap rate. It's just because it says cheat society doesn't mean everything else doesn't benefit when we do projects like this so stoked stoke for this one and I i can't wait to get mine tickets right on. Okay episode twenty four. I believe we're up to it is hard to believe it's It's been a a wicked ride. Lots of great feedback from you guys. Keep the ideas common. We want to hear who you want to see on the show But this was really cool Were sitting down with. Tanner banished from frontiers men gear They're doing some fantastic work in custom knife world in british columbia We've partnered with them on the stony which we talk about on the show and Tanner brings up a lot of really cool aspects the knife making world a some really good relevant.

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"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Welcome to talk. It's podcast by the wild sheep. Society british columbia join us as we cover conservation elites tips and tricks to campfire.

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"british columbia" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia

"Raffles Again there are as you know. Bc kyle you an ideal with the bbc laws each state province territory Has laws on raffles. We we accommodate those laws restricting by holding our appleton in wyoming You can buy your by your ticket. Subject to the rules of your state province or territory and we will draw live on saturday. The sixteenth from cody wyoming Those great sheet we grapples. You know you can get a doll stones. The big horn a desert We've got another a bunch of other great hunts wall lagaan's some great camp package Gooding once again a support of the one campfire initiative in british columbia and quite frankly throughout north america. So real rule a sheep camp and barney's the sport chalet rat will that that we're offering specifically with money's going to the one campfire initiative. So as keith mentioned we got a lesson one club while we're not going to have the beer reception so we've opened that up you know in the past you needed to be less than one and or less than one. I club member to be in the drawing and is a remind your listeners. You know that is you know if joined in twenty twenty at our show for the twenty twenty your on. You need to renew for the twenty twenty one drawn. It's not an annual membership from a year standpoint. It's a drawing membership. So if you're if you haven't renewed for the twenty twenty one less than one club. Westwood one i club drawing and you qualify do so now on our website but we're we've opened that up if we can have a beer reception within find your lesson one club in less than one. I club a membership. Gets you in the drawn. We consider you present the win. Our membership manager sydney broadway will be doing the drawing and we're going to draw some lucky winners for three dollars sheet and then some great international only need be is a member while she foundation at a member of the the either the icloud rather less than one club You know we talked about the life member of that well. We can't have a breakfast but life members can participate in be present by registering for the show enters a life of ticket for fifty bucks..

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