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Ahmaud Arbery: Atlanta grand jury indicts three men in murder case

Clark Howard

00:35 sec | Last week

Ahmaud Arbery: Atlanta grand jury indicts three men in murder case

"Thank you grand jury did return an indictment against Travis McMichael pregnant Michael and William Bryan counts including malice and felony murder in Brunswick today the announcement from Joliet homes special prosecutor in the combat armory Calgary was the young black man who was shot and killed while the family says he was jogging in the Brunswick area in February father and son Gregory and Travis met Michael and William brown later took the viral video all indicted by a grand jury on nine counts each they're in jail with no bond Cristela ninety five point five W. S.

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Interview With Chris Coney and Tony Dada

The Cryptoverse

07:30 min | Last month

Interview With Chris Coney and Tony Dada

"When did it stop for you? When did you get the The bug as it were twenty fifteen? It was twenty eight. Fifteen five years five years ago. Yeah why don't you think about it like that? But yet I've been in the game is so what happened. I mean because you know was it. Was it like a Eureka moment because for many people they still don't understand what this whole thing was games about. Tell us a little bit in one of the things about Chris. Leads is really good at explaining simply finding so how would you simply explain this whole cryptocurrency space for people so I use Russian? Dole's right big rich Dole. The smaller one inside small on his side. Right so I have this little one two three that I put these together I say. Bitcoin cryptocurrencies and blockchain right. Those are the three big words thrown around. But the reason. I mentioned the Russian dolls and explaining to the SEC. He's like Bitcoin. The low one fits inside big Agricole cryptocurrency which fits inside a bigger calgary cold blockchain technology right so. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and cryptocurrencies puzzle because of blockchain technology right so that's the overview of how it all fit together so SA- bitcoin was the first the first example. A something that was digital that could not be copied. That's basically the revolutionary break-through. So if you think you know when all the file sharing networks came along the music labels lost their mind because you know. Cd's were great but then yet these CD copiers in your home pc see could copy albums but it was still you had to buy the disks and no one knew how to do it but when went digital it was an MP three file. You could just emailed you friends. That's the beauty of digital. Is that he just send a song across web. That's why streaming services so popular now is because it's convenient for the listener. Both the labels get to maintain control of the files right because before it was just a free for all wherever was sharing files everywhere. No one was paying for them. And that's because if something's digital you just copy a million times which means the song lost. Its value count. You can't sell it anymore. 'cause won't buys it. She has friends which is why you couldn't have digital money because if you got coin there's a digital file on your computer. You can make a million Kobe. Kobe scored and then it has no value. Because you can make an infinite number of gold right goes out. It's called in the ground therefore retains its value because of that. So that's that's the big takeaway is. Bitcoin was the first ever thing that was digital. That could not be copied. And that's how come it can be named digital money. It can be digital and it holds its value because he can't just copy and paste the Bitcoin so that was where it will began with that and everything exploded from that by well okay so it used to be really cheap like it used to be ridiculously cheap. We've said that every it was great in two thousand nine and add no value. Was you know didn't have a didn't have a price wasn't traded against anything so? Bitcoin is just to Bitcoin with just the bitcoin being passed around amongst in the inventors view like And it was just won't Bitcoin was being sent here there and everywhere until someone was willing to say you give the the Bitcoin. Now give you some. Us dollars at that point is it gets a price which is a an exchange rate and the famous story is the the first of actual transaction. Was someone on a discussion for said someone by me to Pepperoni pizzas and have them delivered to my house. And I'll send you ten thousand bitcoin so that was kind of like the pizza place. Took the dollars so would pay for the UK the twenty dollars for the pizzas delivered to my house when they go to live without. Send you the ten thousand bitcoin. Summer fest of Patches with Bitcoin. Ten Thousand Bitcoins petits and if that person still has those ten thousand bitcoins ads. Are you like less like how much they pay pieces? Cause Bitcoin might nights trading it nine thousand while human bitcoin and nine thousand dollars ten thousand bitcoin ninety I don't to night. How many million ninety million dollars now granted? You had to wait ten years because I was in two thousand nine so if if that pass and if obeyed ten dollars bitcoin sound them till twenty twenty. That twenty dollars would be ninety million and not have to pieces. God now that brings me onto the point because rolling with you. I mean you've you've enabled me to to to learn and what I've come to realize. Is that most people stay broke. We came just going to say it a case that most people stay broke because they just don't have vision in the sense that like you just talked about the pizza guy. I mean I've seen Things that you show me where you know. Bitcoin is concerned and there were forces at work that that trying to shake your hand to make if you're holding bitcoin. That will give you full snow and ideas about what's really happening. Trump took about the vision. Because unless you're very clear about and have an understanding of what this cryptocurrency weld is about. You'll give you you'll sell your. Bitcoin says the price goes down right so without takes. My mind is the rural of fads in the business world. Psycho Tony's Tony's doing Amazon FDA or Tony's doing shopper fire to property always doing internet modeling almost like almost like the passing fads. The they come and you make a bit of money from him and then they go. So or Tony's doing four x four x take instagram so disposable right and that that's fine but some people. I had a lot of people especially when it exploded in two thousand seventeen. We're talking about it like that. The language was on now. Now Tony's doing bitcoin like as if it's just the next thing like the next fad to play with until it comes and goes and that's that's how people have tried it because it was like it was hard because the price was absolute mental. And then when pretend to know melody be Blah. Last that fad passed in the pocket. And maybe for the reason you said which is unless you really understand what is about in a broader context. You will just pick it up like a fat and put it down and if the thing that got your attention was the price going from three thousand to twenty thousand. Well then you missing the whole game

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How workers are fighting for their rights in a dangerous gig economy

The Big Story

09:09 min | Last month

How workers are fighting for their rights in a dangerous gig economy

"I was doing my grocery shopping at ten thirty last night and by doing my shopping. I mean I was picking things out on an APP that somebody else would get for me at the grocery store the next day and delivered to my front door and if for some reason I couldn't get a spot on that APP INSTA- cart and I guess we'd probably have ordered delivery for dinner using another APP that relies on another person to pick things up at the scary world and bring them to me. Yes I feel guilty about that but not enough to stop using these APPS and doubt that I'm alone in that right now we're relying on workers and the GIG economy more than ever and their job is far more dangerous than ever and most of them. Don't get hero pay or have job security or benefits. Some of them will have been fighting hard to change that and some of them have even one including a group here in Canada. The provinces Labor Board has ruled out food door couriers more closely resemble employees rather than independent contractors creating a groundbreaking precedent for others in the GIG economy. So today will tell you their story and we'll also tell you what happened right after that historic victory and we will do that as soon as. Clare. Who is just back from vacation gives us an update on covid. Nineteen this weekend Clare. Welcome back where did you go? Hey Yeah I took a few days off last week but didn't go anywhere. Obviously the furthest I went was to the park down the street. I am just glad that you came back. And before you update us. Can you explain to listeners? When will hear your updates now? Because we're changing that alphabet. Yeah will you know? I think we're kind of over the initial shock of Covid nineteen down the world and we've been hearing the phrase new normal lot so there will be fewer news updates at the top of the show from now on basically a couple times a week will update you on anything big happening with COVID. Nineteen in Canada. So yes you'll still get the news you need but maybe not every day and of course if God forbid a second wave hits and things do go downhill we will then be right here going down that hill with you every day and speaking of a second wave Clare. Let me guest as your report. Today involves some idiots in Toronto. Who were doing their best to make that happen this weekend. Yeah well that was what everyone was talking about this weekend. Because it was nice and warm out in Toronto and people wanted to go out so there were these huge crowds at Trinity Bell Woods Park on Saturday. Thousands of people were there with practically no physical distancing the city of Toronto. Call this dangerous behavior saying that. This threatened to undo all the work done over the past ten weeks so on Sunday. The World Law enforcement officers in the park and making sure that people were keeping that two meter distance. This is happening. As the number of cases of Covid nineteen is actually going up in Ontario and perhaps coincidentally two weeks after Mother's Day in Alberta the cities of Calgary and burks joining the rest of the province in allowing bars restaurants and hair salons to open today and there will be more restrictions lifted for those cities in particular on June first and in Quebec their concerns about an upcoming heat wave a minimum of thirty degrees Celsius for three days. Starting tomorrow the concern is people in long term care homes who don't have air conditioning. A long term care homes as we know have been hit the hardest throughout throughout this pandemic in Canada especially in Quebec so the Quebec Council for the protection of patients says. It's ready to go to court on this one as of Sunday evening. Eighty four thousand six hundred and ninety nine cases of covid nineteen in Canada with six thousand five hundred and fifteen deaths. I'm Jordan Youth Rawlings and this is the big story. Sarah much heads. Ida is the work and wealth reporter for the Toronto Star. She frequent guest on this podcast and now she has a podcast as well. Her new show is hustle. It's about the David versus Goliath battle. For Workers Rights in the GIG economy and episode two drops today Hazara high. You told us about this podcast when we had you on a couple of months ago and you've been putting the whole thing together. I guess well. The landscape has been shifting dramatically. So why don't you just kind of take us way back to the beginning and tell me about the GIG economy and food aura in particular When you first began this project which is a little over a year ago. Yeah that's right. It's sort of the May year anniversary of reporting on this story and there is really being so many twists and turns over over the course of the year. Some of which we sort of new would come a big battle at the Labor board an effort to try and unionize food aura careers. And then some that were just totally unanticipated. Obviously picked the pandemic being the major one there. So it's been a. It's been a really interesting. Year of following wet was really a unique kind of first attempt to change working conditions for workers in the GIG economy. Which I think is a word that we're all familiar with and we're so used to using APPs to get an uber left or order a meal to our doorstep but you know often. We don't interrogate what is happening behind the scenes. And so that was sort of the inspiration for taking a deeper dive into what the realities of this kind of work are like a new followed a group of food or careers for a year. Just tell me about them. I mean who are they? How did they meet? What are they like? Yeah so Fidora careers are really a diverse group of workers in the city. You know we've all probably seen them on their bikes with a big pink Fedora. Bag on the back or food or a jacket But they're not just cyclists. They're also drivers who go around the city delivering meals and I think a lot of people kind of assume that Workers doing this kind of job are often like young college students especially downtown a lot of the folks that you'll see on their bikes are are younger people but the reality is that the workforce when. I started meeting. Carriers was so much more diverse. You know a lot of drivers who are working in more suburban areas. Are you know New Acadians? Were supporting their families and haven't been able to find work in in their field. You know it's people who really do this as a full-time job is their career. Really They've been doing it for years And I think that the kind of overwhelming feeling that I sort of got from from talking to careers over. The course of the past year were just the fears and concerns around the protections on the job and a sense that this is a job that has really kind of fallen through the cracks that disentitlement workers from a lot of supports that many people take for granted. I think most fundamentally is a job where many express expressed just feeling like. There was a lack of respect and and one career Chris Williams who was involved in the Union drive. Kind of summed up why careers started organizing and trying to change that the broader issues around health and safety wages and dignity. And all those kind of stem from this other issue which is Fidora's misclassification of their couriers calling them. Independent contractors instead of employees or dependent contractors and that misclassification allowed them to avoid taking any responsibility for carriers. You talked about that kind of the goals of forming a union and one of them with dignity. Why is that so important? It's the hardest issue to define by in some ways. It's the most important careers have value. And I think it's the most important because that's personally by the way I think it's the most important because I think it's the one that justifies everything else like. That's why wages are important in many ways for me is because it's hard to live a dignified existence if your wages are two or uncertain if you don't know whether you'll make your daily quoted today or not and obviously health and safety connects to dignity because it's hard to be now when you're wearing constantly about your health you know it takes a toll it takes an effect. I want to explore that a little bit more but I I find the idea that we can talk about. These jobs is having fallen through the cracks kind of crazy. 'cause can you give me a sense of the scale of the GIG economy and Canada because it's everywhere right? Yeah anything I think

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Zoo to return pandas to China because bamboo too hard to get

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | Last month

Zoo to return pandas to China because bamboo too hard to get

"The Calgary zoo in Canada is sending two giant pandas back to China Canada says it's unable to import enough bamboo for the pandas to eat they've got two giant pandas in each one eats about eighty eight pounds of bamboo each day Canada at this point cannot import enough to feed the pandas and bamboo is very plentiful in

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Zoo returning pandas to China due to bamboo barriers

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | Last month

Zoo returning pandas to China due to bamboo barriers

"The Calgary zoo is sending two giant pandas back to China saying they can't properly care for the furry creatures because of the corona virus pandemic zoo CEO Clement Lanphier tells CTV that supply chain issues will make it impossible to feed the panda we have a responsibility to provide fresh bamboo every single day and that's not an option the pandas Sean and Taobao had been in Calgary since twenty eighteen they were on loan through twenty twenty three but will soon be returning to

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Zoo returning pandas to China due to bamboo barriers

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:29 sec | Last month

Zoo returning pandas to China due to bamboo barriers

"Calgary zoo CEO Dr Clement Lamphere says he's sad to report that the zoo will be returning to giant pandas on loan from China because the covert nineteen transported shoes are endangering their bamboo supply distant very very difficult on the team and so it's it's just too risky we have to relocate the panda back to China as soon as possible making to CTV those whose president says the facility spent months trying to

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Matt Jordan on Bringing Clarity to a Complex World of Data in Training and Sport Science

Just Fly Performance Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

Matt Jordan on Bringing Clarity to a Complex World of Data in Training and Sport Science

"I always say that you're going to be way. Further ahead of you can find simple things that you can actually do consistently rather than trying to achieve things that are complicated and consuming the barriers of complicated and time consuming. We'll get in the way. Keep it simple keep into things that answer the question that you care about and and and do the simple things well I think. That's that's coaching rule. A sports science rule that you know will stand the test of time. It's one of the reasons why I still come back to light. I mean I see what I see. People trying to read create. You know super complicated movements in the weight room trying to achieve this idea of transfer from Jim to the sword. You've got all these crazy things happening. You know. It just doesn't resonate. It's not that doesn't work. I mean who knows? Maybe it does work really well. I just think you need to go back to what Derek Dooley said when he got that. Each skater man. I'm just GonNa Start with one thing. I'm going to see how that works. And then when I have a problem I have one more thing in and that's a very different way of thinking that starts simple in ads things in rather than starting super super noisy and tried to strip stuff out. It's really tough to understand. Things started noisy. That was Dr Matt Jordan. And you're listening to the just fly. Performance podcast thanks for being here with us today a lot of times when it comes to the process of training athletes the process of working to become the best that one can be in a given sport. It's very easy to fall into traps of complexity. Making things more difficult and complicated than they need to be or putting more noise in the system. So it's really hard to tell if what you're doing is really working or not. I've certainly been in this situation myself many a time. And it's that type of situation makes me thrilled to have Dr Matt Jordan as our guests for the show. Matt Jordan is a strengthening edition coach and performance consultant for elite athletes with six Olympic cycles of Experience Matt has consulted with more than thirty Olympic and world championship medalists and provides expertise to high performance organizations such as the NHL The NBA the NFL in the military maddest. Curly the Director of Sports Science at the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary and he also leads the Sports Science Sports Medicine Program for Alpine

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Patrick's Coming Out Story

Coming Out Stories

12:05 min | Last month

Patrick's Coming Out Story

"Come out to hear from Patrick who's now a successful Mike artist but he got relentlessly bullied for being gay or growing up in Northern Ireland. I identify as male And I I have an interesting journey with my gender I think because I started doing drag or Soy's drag when I was about fifteen stain kind of progressed. I moved to Manchester when I was eighteen on. I pretty much was wearing full. Face to makeup wakes clothes everything every single day. I think I am used to chester. Oh God I can do this. I'm free to to wear as much as I want. And where did you come from that? You can wear what you want. I grew up in Northern Ireland so I could and I did wanted by think I was always trying to be little bit. Respectful of my parents particularly my mom because she was a little bit uncomfortable at the time about me wearing makeup and bought me wearing weeks and and looking of the Yes. I moved to Manchester and it all sort of exploded e kind of all sort of mixed together. It wasn't really drag. I've never really done to the performances. I tried failed dressing. Dressing up was dressing up and still is for me now and I kind of stopped doing it for a very long time as my career is make posits kicked off. I didn't really have any time. I think there's a good three or four years where I didn't put any makeup on at all but now I'm at a point where I wouldn't even know what it's called I. I'm a man who is gay who likes to wear addresses woman. Sometimes but I don't see myself as a drag queen but juicy self is somewhere on the sort of gender fluid spectrum may be I guess so by just don't feel like home fits with me if you turn because everyone likes putting terms things. These days I would say gender fluid would be appropriate up you would prefer gender. Fluid suspended male. I don't really care. That's the thing that when people these conversations like I think about a lot but I don't ever think about all. This is the term that identify with the most. I'm just I'm just. I'm Patrick and some does I like to lady some days. I looked like a man. Will you go out shopping or go out and make you might just as woman? No I'm on? I think that's probably why the the line is in a sense. I'm why wouldn't see myself as being gender fluid for me? Gender fluidity is someone who I probably would have been more like eight nine years ago when I would go out house with makeup on and with silly outfits on in fact my what am I. University lecturer actually brought me into her office. University and asked me should be cool. You anything different remain is that do we give you a different name? Which would like different pronoun or anything? I thought no and I thought what she questions to ask my. I'm just wearing these clothes. I didn't understand why. Why did he was different? But looking back then I was definitely much more gender fluid whereas these days it's more just address up that's quite progressive really to serve. She was a lovely woman. What's your pronouns? So it's the right way about. Isn't it to actually ask the pers- yeah definitely definitely? I really appreciate. That looking back was a lovely thing of Helen. Do well done Helen so looking back. Can you remember the first time that you may be questioned your sexuality then to know why I think I always questioned bisexuality? Once I knew what sexuality was I knew I didn't fit into the normal. I remember having imaginary friends as really young boy and I always wanted them to be boys. I always wanted to be called Tom. Which is really weird because if my flatmate listen to this my flatmates called so I don't want him to think I have a thing for the boy called Tom. I always want to hug them. I always wanted them to be close. I remember it being because they were boys. We have family video of me when I was a kid. Really really young and our next door neighbor. Child I'm running around child's Charles like calling out for him because I was probably obsessed with and then I think I grew up and I realized what sexuality was. It was like. This is always something that I've thought I've always been attracted to boys and also the messages we getting about people that were male light boys of your school in. Belfast was yes I went to school. It's an all boys grammar. School in Belfast. Very up at south one of these kind of really wheaties for school. Everything around may was telling me that everything that I was into everything I was interested was wrong messages. Where you're hearing. I think proved very young age. I was always some other was like the victim of bullying in a sense. A growing up in Northern Ireland with a British accent With Army family and Camp. So you you were bullied for being English Bison Primary School it was always English and getting a degree because of my accents and then when I went to secondary school turned into A. You're you're gay. Boy Gameboy busted. Dumbo buster bums. The walls was always a catchphrase. That was said when people woods when I would walk down there the corridor. And how old were you I mean throughout secondary school. So from twelve onwards funny because I came out and primary school do yes. It is well. This is an early one. I asked boy to be my boyfriend in Palm. He's GonNa last year of Primary School. I come into how all that would have. Been eleven eleven. The education system is a little bit different Nolan. I think he leave a year or something later. I can't really remember that I recalled. I was very good friends with him and I found him. I won't spend my boyfriend so I asked him. I remember what he said. I gotcha I gave them a note. I remember I remember sort of slipping him tonight. What he boyfriend but I recall what happened after that however I do recall giving him a phone call after school to talk to him because we would every night and his mom picks up the phone and I said speech Cowan please. Is this Patrick. So yes said well. I've heard about this. Fancying thing the what Jamaican and she said. I need to stop disgusting for how this is coming from light. This boy's mum and this is probably one of the youngest coming has gazed. I've heard you were ten or eleven. You try to get a boyfriend boyfriend then. The mother intervene jess and that was kind of that was that because I I remember being on the phone. Remember sitting on my mom's bad being on the phone shutting down the phone. That may be thinking. Oh this is wrong because I didn't really think anything wrong. I guess at the time apartments quite just wants to boyfriend but he obviously thought something wrong with it because he went straight out his mother. I so God what happened with the friendship. I mean that was the end of primary school more or less. Oh I can't quite recall whether or not we stayed friends. We probably did stay friends but when I went to different school you know secondary school so I didn't speak to him again and then there was one boy from my primary school went to grammar school with mate and I remember saying. Don't tell anyone like about the stuff that was kind of kept hush hush and then he's not telling people but don't but not until like our second year of secondary school and then everything's coming out and then I saw his playing to little bit. Once I came to terms with my sexuality and I was afraid of. I think I've sort of jumped straight into it in the sense that I had a boyfriend. I think had my first boyfriend when I was fourteen. Thirteen fourteen and he lived around the corner from my house. So we get the school bus with each other so you did you ever have any girlfriends it right into the boys in primary school. I have so many girlfriends yoga. Yeah in fact. I really love laser device. Full circle moment recently. That my my my main girlfriend primary school I have makeup for recently mostly. Nice but they would just like playing Casey chases and primary school and yeah. It's a secondary school and I had my first boyfriend when I was about fourteen and the dramas about cost because I actually joined the cadet force and my my secondary school And he was one of the one of the sergeants and he was older he must have been bus eighteen when I was about fourteen to. Everybody obviously found out about what was that reaction. Then if they like previously recalling Ubembe boy and abusing you because you are and then they found that you actually had a boyfriend in school and the school in the catas- when I think about those that are times I think buckle news stories. You know. It wasn't all that bad. I got grief everybody. Everybody has something to say. I was ostracized from everybody apart from my very very close knit friends. But I didn't ever quite lucky in a sense I never have enough. I didn't get that much abuse a on me although to be ostracized by the majority of your school colleagues. It's got to be very alienating. Very lonely place to be as well. I think actually is probably the most difficult people some of the teachers to accept or not so. I remember one of my house shooter. Whoever he was obviously being be is to shave my eyebrows off and draw them on again. Of course course I getting a lot of people about and he looks at you. You're not really helping yourself are you. And that was his way of dealing with them. Just GonNa Suck my teeth now just very much that I think about. There's so many stories from my school The head of pastoral care at my school he told my best friend. My best friend was crazy like a piece of artwork and included a picture of the two of us in makeup and to be pulled birth bus into into the school officer. Talk about the fact that we harangue makeup in this picture and he's holding my friend Anton. The Envy's children turned out to be. He gave that he would assign them not the head of Pastoral Care School. Well he's in the wrong job. I know awful. Man Said no support tool then from anyone in terms of authority figures. Yeah but I think very much. My my school wasn't a great place to be gay and with what was this. The nineties noughties The northeast expansively. Brezler not a Northern Ireland so back in in the way I mean. They've only just got marriage. Equality abortion right. Yeah exactly Hallelujah. Thank God but they're so backward. I think of my Johnny was coming out with a little bit easier than of my friends because my family are English. Not to say the Ron. Lots of very supportive very open Irish people because of course there are but I guess my family went as religious especially my dad and I didn't really have thought that traumatic past of of living in Northern Ireland. So what stage did you come out to your parents. Bearing in mind the trying to get boyfriend at the age of ten in progress and then got one by fourteen. I'm guessing he came out quite early to them you well. I came out to my Mama earlier. My Dad moved away to Luxembourg when I was about twelve. I think he moved off work. So this basically he. He wasn't really on the on the scene so I think I was about sixteen came onto him by counts. My Mum probably about twelve thirteen and it was a conversation again. Sat on the same bad. I phoned Calgary from. I couldn't say the words I remember trying to say. I think I'm gay and not being able to say gay and saying I I tell you but I caught sight yet and Saying oh I don't know and then going through listen different questions than eventually. We got to that. She's like Oh you gay. Yes yes let's sets and okay right. I think you're a bit young. So maybe we'll have this conversation when you're older okay. So then every now and then it was a diesel thinking guy and that was. That was pretty much for my mom. I mean my mom was always quite supportive. It's my my older sister is guy I was. My sister had the real hard time coming out so I could. So she came out. I know she came out later. I came up so see is five years older than me. Okay I think she was about nineteen twenty when she came out and it was traumatic. My mom would always say my gay people. I might like gay man. I just can't stand spins. And that was her catchphrase and she's very very much the complete opposite of that now. My sister's marriage has a little boy. My mom loves my sister. I think that's just Hearn prejudice her and

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How long can we all follow strict social distancing orders?

The Big Story

09:22 min | 2 months ago

How long can we all follow strict social distancing orders?

"I thought that I could say I'm speaking for everyone in the country. When I say social distancing sucks but I know it's necessary and we will get through it. I thought I could say about for everybody but apparently not we. Have you know a bunch of Yahoos? Open the front Queens Park sitting there protesting that the place has opened. That's breaking the law and putting everyone in jeopardy putting themselves in jeopardy putting the workers in jeopardy and God forbid one of them end up in the hospital down the street now. I'm as mad as Ontario Premier. Doug Fortius at those people who choose to show up for protests and float the rules. But I'm also concerned about the bigger picture about more than a couple of hundred eightieths. I'M WORRIED. The protests like this are evidence of cracks in the dam. Because I know I can feel it that the weather will get warmer and this will get harder and the numbers will go. Down and more people will be receptive to the message. Maybe not the protest message but the idea that it's okay to bend the rules and so they'll ban them and other people will see them do it. And that's how this whole strategy starts to fall apart. Here's the thing though. There's a limit to what people can take and well. Yes fine. Those idiot protesters as much as you want. You also can't tell people but they can't sit on their porches. We chat with their neighbors. When the weather's Nice can't tell them the can't take a walk in the park not forever. So where is the right balance? How much social distancing can we take collectively without cracking and when some of us do cave and break the rules and everyone sees it? What happens to the whole? We're all in this together part of the effort. What message should governments be sending people right now to keep them focused on the task at hand but also give them enough hope to hold on? We'll ask somebody who specializes in human behavior in a crisis as soon as claire brings us up to date on everything. That's happened with cove nineteen in Canada this weekend. We are expecting this week to hear more from provinces including Ontario and Quebec on how they plan to ease restrictions around Kovic nineteen in the coming weeks but Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says. None of the plans involve immunity passports. Because they're still no proof that those who recover from the virus can't become infected again a Manitoba plans on ramping up surgeries that were postponed because of cove in nineteen. This is because the number of cases in the province remains low so some non urgent surgeries including cataract and orthopedic will start taking place this week. In Ontario the Education Minister says all publicly funded schools will remain closed until at least may thirty first is as the online learning will continue and that the province does not see a need right now to extend the school year as of Sunday evening. Forty six thousand eight hundred and ninety five cases of cove nineteen in Canada with two thousand six hundred and seventy three deaths Jordan. He threw in this. Is the Big Story Carolyn? Macdonald harker is a sociologist at Mount. Royal University in Calgary also the director of the Center for Community Disaster Research which is relevant today obviously Dr McDonald Harker. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. My first question is just as somebody who observes behavior. How would you say Canadians in general are doing in terms of compliance with social distancing measures? I think overall as a General Rule Canadians are quite compliant. I know there's a stereotype about Canadians being very polite but along with thought I definitely would say that. We are more conformist. There's more a sense of collectively in Canada and collaboration and so historically and even today during the current pandemic I would definitely say that there is a desire and a willingness to sort of abide by these regulations that were being given by government and health officials. That's interesting would you say that kind of changes nation to nation or by geographic area? How do you find that various absolutely if you look at human behavior it is definitely influenced by culture and social interactions so you look at perhaps some European countries we know when we've seen in the media that they had to implement Stricture enforcement because of the way in which people interact so Italy. For example there was a tendency not to necessarily follow some of the physical distancing regulations and so their government had to move to a much stricter regulations. And sort of you. Know a stricter lockdown You look at you know our neighbors the United States right next to us. You know. There's definitely the sense of independence and individualism and so some regions you know had more difficulty with some of these physical distancing regulations of and you still look at at the climate. You know when you compare Canada the to the US and how we're taking it very seriously here and you know you hear a lot of people in the US saying well. I can't believe so many stores are closed down. It's business as usual here. So there definitely are a cultural differences in the various regions and countries. So in our case then We've been at this for six weeks and we're doing fairly well in terms of compliance. How long Could you usually expect that to continue like even Canada would certainly have a breaking point? Probably right absolutely and that's a great question. Because I think at the beginning we definitely recognized. It was a global health pandemic. We saw that it was affecting other countries and we took it really seriously. We recognize that there are severe implications for older and vulnerable people and that they were very real so we were fortunate enough to see other countries experiences and I think that made a lot of people here in Canada. Take it more seriously You know and there is a lot of of fearfulness and uncertainty out there which has been really tangible. Now in the first few weeks were very compliant. Of course you know. The first week or two there was a bit of hesitation. There was a bit of disbelief. There was some denial But after that people really settled in and recognized that we needed to do this not only for our own health and safety but thought of other individuals especially those who are vulnerable but there is a point where we might start to see. That people aren't taking it as seriously as before and this is often referred to as crisis fatigue and this just refers simply to becoming immune to warnings from government and health officials and oftentimes. It's a result of you know this constant fear that's associated with repeated repeated warnings about the pandemic. And usually you see that start to set in at about you. Know the six seven eight week mark Where people are really starting to think about. Can I do this long term? And more importantly what are the impacts on my mental health? That was going to be. My next question is is there a point where The mental health costs become worse than the risk right. Absolutely and you know we've been talking a lot about the physical health implications and of course that's important right. We want to make sure that people remain healthy and I think everybody understands that but the other side of the coin that we haven't talked a lot about is what are the mental health implications of cutting people off from their interactions with other people and their connections. We are by nature social beings and we cannot survive without contact with other individuals and without Having interactions with them and we found you know many novel ways of communicating people are doing zoom parties or having worked meetings through other means of technology and I think it was new and novel at the beginning and people were excited about it but people are starting to grow weary of sitting at home and not being able to go out and talk with people and connect with them and it is having an impact on their mental health. It is taking a tool and we need to talk about that. We need to take into consideration because we have to look at you. Know what are the lives that were saving by continuing to practice? Isolation versus what are some of those long term impacts and we know in my field that there will be an increase in things like domestic violence child abuse divorce mental health issues like PTSD depression anxiety. So I think it's important to look at it holistically and weighed the benefits versus the risks. And not not necessarily conversations. We've had in the past. Were starting to have those conversations and I think they're definitely important points and issues to discuss when you do that. Research that you mentioned. Did you kind of find a timeline at which I guess maybe explain this wrong but those axes cross and it does become a much worse for long-term mental health to do it versus the danger is there.

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"calgary" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

07:05 min | 2 months ago

"calgary" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"That you can go on the Internet and it's called Google and Youtube and you can watch twenty five hours and learn another crap. Why do you think it scares people so much to do that? Though People lack humility and people are tired. People have left their mind. Go into it's not worth it and people who are forty eight years old decide their old when they haven't even started Mindset the MA. The brain is the operating system. The brain is controlling the actions. It's why I'm so passionate about what I do. Because every day I get a shockingly high amount of e mails direct messages that tell people tell me that I did something good for them and it was only because I was able to help them change their perspective. How do you change the perspective of someone who believes that at forty eight got out of their life figured out and as you mentioned they just kind of stuck spinning their tires thinking Kay? I've just got another fifteen years to go before I retire. How broken is that idea? I mean if they're happy it's a great thing if they're not then. I start getting a little bit more worried and you know you just start having a real conversation with them and just really start pushing them to challenge their thinking and ask them simple questions like you know you know. You're forty eight. Your Great Grandmother Is Ninety. One like you do know that. That's forty three years from now. You forty three years ago. You were five years old. Like people have a very difficult time with their relationship with time and I think I try to spend a Lotta time with that and try to get people to really see it quote unquote a different way. Why do you think they have trouble with the idea of time? I think most people are looking out for outside validation and the quicker they can get it the better. They'll feel about their insecurities and so people wanting to now. And I think that became a framework and I think it just becomes the way they see the world. Unfortunately how difficult do you think? Social media makes it because they are measuring themselves against everybody else's see in there feeds I just think it. It accelerates games that were naturally there so I don't think it's a byproduct of social I think those same people focused on one person neighborhood and the car they had and now they have more people to focus on So but you know watching lifestyles of the rich and famous you know put people into tweaks that were envious of others no different than a cool instagram post when you look at the current situation now and the ability to maybe take that step back that deep breath are you taking that step back time to breathe a little bit maybe spending a little bit more time with family that kind of thing hundred percent absolutely though unfortunate for me that it was that way for seventy nine days but when this became a long thing I have to really start focusing on navigating the business through the rough waters client stop paying clients you know not renewing You know making tough decisions on. Do you need to do furloughs layoffs? Or you know you know ban covers real business stuff so it's been a little bit intense and then you know on top of all that I decided you know a little a week ago to get deeply involved to become a partner and and be a driver of this all in challenge with Michael Moving now and Tisch and if this is your radar the challenge dot com sixteen million dollars in the sixties late days. Excuse me of the project so you know. It's gotten a little bit busy your last two weeks but in general yes. How amazed have you been at the ability of the world community to come together for something like the all in challenge you see people coming together for PP's or whatever the case may be just to feel like they're a part of this global movement? I believe people divorced. I think it it has not surprise me one bit. It's what people do. I think the human race is incredible and I think it's fantastic and I expect nothing less one question. I've always wanted to ask you about me. Being part of the quote unquote mainstream. Media is what role? Do you see the traditional media playing in this out of they get out of that constant stream of negativity. You're always talking about You know I it just about finding the positive stories I think there's way more positives going on the negatives but the negative is always more of a you know a Kinda rubber necking thing. You'RE GONNA look at death tolls you're GONNA look at you know issues. But we're not talking about all the people that have spent more time with their kids and thirty days than they have in their whole life or there's just so many positives coming from this so I think that I think that the reality is. It's back to the conversation we're having around perspective it's justice zoning in on the good 'cause there's plenty of good there's so many people helping there's so many new businesses coming out of this so much good now. I'm kind of curious about this point to and I've been trying to make it on my show as well. I actually don't want it to go back to normal. There's a lot of different things that were Kinda wrong in the world that we could easily fix during a time like this. Do you feel the same way. Do you think that maybe we can go to a new normal? That kind of leaves the old normal indust- there. There's no shot that there. There is an that. We're going to exactly the normal that we all knew so Yes that is my hope and I think that that is very clear where we're going so Good News your hope is going to be Is GOING TO BE ACHIEVED? There's just no shot that we go exactly back too many days of new behaviors. Final question for you. Because I know you're up against the clock here when it comes to that new normal. What are you looking forward to the most People being even more thoughtful with their time. And they're quite a bit of time of Others Aka you know More people working home from home on Fridays so that they can go into the weekend but still be productive during the day Again not going across town for a one hour meeting if you work in New York and losing that our just doing it on zoom. I think there's just such a new way to do business on video conference that's going to lead to that and and then enjoying when you actually do go to dinner and give it personnel. Hug So just appreciating both one of the only other guys. I know who happens to love Mondays. Gary I appreciate your time. Thanks so much for joining us. Thanks for having me. Thanks Gary Chuck for joining us. And a shoutout to is team for pencilling in some time for us here in Calgary and thanks to all of you for downloading and listening. If you haven't already make sure to hit subscribe and leave him rating and review wherever you get your favorite podcasts. Until next time next checking out the show on seven seventy C. H. Q. R. And you're on the calvary today podcast..

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"I'm a Feminist But...' with Robby Hoffman

The Guilty Feminist

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"I'm a Feminist But...' with Robby Hoffman

"I'm a feminist but on my way to Seattle came from San Francisco on this lovely American Canadian tour. I sat next to a woman on the plane with such impressive breasts. My instinct which curbed was to say Nice Rack Lady. Nice Rack didn't say that but just popped into my head. I just thought that was a lovely pair of breasts. You and I very different politically speaking. I tried to explain my brother's Shmole. White cat calling bad shmole should construction. Worker in Calgary Canada Nice Guy in the world group of five girls. He showed me around his house houses. You see that they all look the same off the highway. They'll look like a construction off. The you're like who would live there my brother and he's could you believe we got the House so. I'm like yeah. He showed me around. Gives me a tour of the house? He's like I got to make the bathroom however I want. And he's like a bench there because Marianna. She shaves her legs. She should take a seat. Be Safe nicest guy in the world. Try to explain to my cat. Calling is not good anymore. He's like you're telling me you could see a pretty girl and not makes him sick sacrilegious. You're going to see a pretty on. You're not going to tell her plus over there at works. He's how do you think a lot? I was Mariana. So this reminds me of if you said. Nice rack to her. I don't know maybe it's because you're a woman should by the way is not cat-calling anymore. But because he's married so it is what it is out of respect for his wife. Yes loyal his name. Shmole Shmole schmolly numbered. I am a feminist but I like the joker so so I liked it. I didn't know anybody hated it then. I went online while I I didn't see it to have a lot of knock feminists content. I didn't even look at it. Sou- with regards to feminism or not. I felt bad for him physically. He looked ailing and There was some medical concerns. I had first and foremost as a HYPOCHONDRIAC. I was very concerned about his diet. I'm the smoking and popcorn lung. That maybe he was facing a lot of concerns. Feminism the did not come up for me on the list I mean. There's a lot of content. We're asked to empathize with sociopathic white men. Dot onscreen. I feel too many stories about a man who can't stop killing. I'm not saying there is no cycle of abuse and it's never passed but we don't talk about. It's not just a simple and every single time I watch something about a psychopathic man. Which is all the time. Because that's nine tenths of the content available to me on any streaming service slash cinema. It's always feel sorry for this. Man was deliberately being violent towards women but then he beats himself often then he thinks back to when he was a child and he was beaten. And you're like that's just not. That's not good enough. Thank you and we need to stop telling better stories because it's excusing a lot of things. And in my opinion if we had not been asked so thoroughly and constantly by Hollywood and television for generations to empathize with Whiteman. Doing everything and feeling everything and so rarely asked empathize with anyone else. Donald trump could not have been elected. Electable we feel we all feel for white men because we've been trained and trained trained trained and trained in a movie and I'll just okay. Sorry this that one got on. That really took a turn at the joke. I didn't see that being so controversial but it turned out to be very interested in either. I don't read nothing about movies. I was like oh I have a night off ghost movie. Come out ready to talk about it. My girls like what am I. O O Walking Teaneck. I thought no. Okay we'll talk about it anymore. I haven't seen it because I think it's GonNa be on it for me but I am interested because that's about a stand up comedian. Great Place Great Whistle Story writer also. I'm a feminist. When I came into the amazing NEP changed. I saw his indoor art. That was sort of stained glass windows and I was so blown away and I was going to take pictures of these virago backstage and I did. I was like this is beautiful and then I looked at what I've taken pictures of. I'd taken pictures of men astride horses. Thank Neptune the mythical figure clothed men astride horses looking powerful and women with long around on rocks and Avas like Neptune Theatre. These patriarchal pictures. So I said I cannot perform here unless they covered with velvet drapes. Well they could give me the photos and put new photos isn't it? The women are topless and they're giving away the art. I'll just cut the dude out. And I got not suggested that they be given a wears enjoying the art. And I'm not I'm not saying I'm Ben no way shaming the naked women of the Neptune theatre and I'm highlighting them if anything. I think if anything I think we should all get tops off join them free the nipple and say we stand with you. Women Ancient Greece in Rome. We stunned with you topless defiance because sometimes nice rack. Yeah

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Fighting Youth and Teen Suicide with Kendra Fisher

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:27 min | 3 months ago

Fighting Youth and Teen Suicide with Kendra Fisher

"We are facing an increasing crisis of teen and youth suicide in America and it is especially affecting young girls. Today's episode is a difficult one Kendra Fisher former elite ice hockey player and mental health. Activist and advocate helps me dig into the roots of the problem and what we can do to turn it around years ago. When faced with the opportunity to realize her dream of goaltending for team Canada Kendra was diagnosed with severe anxiety disorder coupled with severe panic attacks depression and agoraphobia forcing her to leave the national program in order to seek help to learn how to live with what had become a crippling disease. She now dedicates her life to helping. Young people get help for their mental illnesses. We turn now to a nationwide tragedy suicide new report from the Centers for disease. Control SAYS IT IS GROWING. Rapidly has been on the rise for more than a decade but nation suicide rate is at its highest point since one thousand nine hundred twelve year old accomplice allegedly harassed. Szechuan included that. You should drink bleach and die. No one likes you and you should go kill yourself. Sedgwick jumped off a near her home. After writing friends nine year old McKenzie atoms last week from other says the fourth grader was the target of Constant Racial Thompson? Name calling I was diagnosed with mental illness and I had no idea where to go so it was actually out at a team. Canada camping in Calgary and leading up to it in the weeks before I'd been to the doctors I've been to the hospital emergency room. I had no idea what was wrong with me. I felt like I was having a heart attack. I felt like it was gonNA Faint. Couldn't breathe swallow and and everybody told me it was fine. I love hockey and I love everything. It's given me both my hockey career. Also it would have had a shelf life and now. I'm in this position where I've learned so much about myself and I've met so many incredible people because of the journey I've been on and hopefully I can be a part of something that might stop somebody else. I'm Kendra Fisher and I'm fighting for the lives of those living with mental illness. Sorry not sorry so I mean. We've got a tough topic today but really before we dive in a love for you to give my listeners. A bit of information about your background. And how did mental health especially in girls become one of your causes? My background is hockey. I mean everything about my background is hockey. I grew up like so many Canadians. Just really wanting to have that red and White Jersey. That had my name on the back and I wanted to play for team Canada. I wanted to go to the Olympics and everything in my life through. My teens really suggests that I was going to be successful in that. I was carded member of team. Canada's National Hockey Program and sometime after high school I just got to a place where symptomatically and not knowing what. It was without a diagnosis. I was off. I just I felt sick all the time I felt like I was making trips to the emergency room constantly. Feeling like I was having a heart attack feeling like I couldn't breathe and it got to a place where unfortunately the perfect storm kind of hit. When I was out at my tryouts for team Canada in ninety nine and I was out at the camp and I just couldn't hide it anymore. It couldn't hide the battle that I was having every single day I grew up in in the greatest. You know possible situation. I had a great family. I had great friends. I was in a small town and I had a dream and my dream was. I wanted to play for team Canada. I wanted to play in the Olympics. That was that was what I knew. That was everything I worked for and I was well on my weight that I went to the coaches and I tried to explain to them what was going on and quite honestly their response to me was what it helps to know. What already made the team? They knew they wanted to select me that year. And I was finally get that chance to live my dream and it's obviously been one of the hugest moments of my life but not for anything I WANNA remember. Kazan's there was no at that point. What I eventually learned was a severe panic. Disorder and AGORAPHOBIA. Ocd clinical depression had literally taken over my life. And I spent the next five years unable to leave my apartment. Valey participating in my diagnosis just kind of scraping by and doing the bare minimum to survive and after five years I realized that just didn't see the point anymore and at that point I knew I had to make a decision and somehow I found it in me to start fighting and I learned everything I could about mental illness and the system and how it works and what supports are available when I really kind of became at the risk of sounding unhealthy obsessed with my own recovery and I got to a place where. I live very comfortably with my diagnosis. It doesn't mean it's gone. I live with it every day but now I live with it as a professional speaker and travel the world helping others learn how to cope and manage. I also work as a firefighter. I managed to go back and play for team. Canada's inline hockey team and it's really just kind of become a journey that I'm so passionate about because I understand how hopeless it feels but more importantly I understand how hard it is to find hope and defined real help and support and understanding about mental illness. And I just want to be a part of that. Narrative does mental illness. Run in your family. Yes yes and no I mean. I've always done this whole. Why did it happen to me and I think we always look for the answers because if we could find the answers we can fix the problem? Certainly on my on my Dad's side of the family. There's some depression but it wasn't so prevalent that I ever knew about. It wasn't something that I was ever made aware of. It didn't show itself to me until I actually understood what I was dealing with. And you said that you're now living comfortably with your mental illness. What does that mean? I'm fully functioning. It doesn't affect my day to day life in a way. It did in the way. It did kind of earlier on in my diagnosis. I got to a place where I just have an incredible system of support set up around me and I have all of my tools and strategies in place and I'm very quick to identify when I'm not doing well and I've also given others the permission to hold me accountable when they see I'm not doing well and in doing so. It allows me to really react quickly and now. I mean I would challenge that on my worst days of anxiety. I'm at worst as a panic on my worst days of depression doesn't affect me any longer than it would affect somebody getting a bad cold or the you know the stomach flu. It's it's a couple of days of really having to focus on what's brought me back to that place and making sure that I am doing all of the things that I know. Keep me healthy and usually I can rectify it. Just by changing those behaviors. I suffer from generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder. But I think it's so hard that when we're in the middle of it to do the things that we know will make us feel better right like I know that going out and being in my garden digging in the dirt or taking a hike or taking a yoga class. I know that these are the things that will make me feel better and yet it's so hard to break out of it. Do you have any advice for me? Yeah absolutely with love and affection. Not as an not an onerous way. But I think that we forget to practice the things that keep us healthy when we're doing well We get to this place where we let life kind of takeover and that you know that pace of just going and when we're good we don't feel the need to necessarily revert back to that self care in those things that we know keep us healthy feel like so many people only practice crisis response and I think that it's time that people learn education and prevention are really the way to manage things crisis response is really you know. You're too far already.

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COVID-19: women will be more affected, but play central role in the fight

UN News

06:54 min | 3 months ago

COVID-19: women will be more affected, but play central role in the fight

"Tend to affect men and women differently on specialists in gender issues. Wanting the coverted nineteen corona virus may hit women in negative ways that have a more profound impact on families. Women make up the majority of caregivers at home and in our communities existing trends show they have less access to sexual and reproductive health and domestic violence rises during crises. But women have also the power to be change makers in the response agenda playing a central role in communicating with families and with communities. You A news and Shoe. Shama spoke to you and women's deputy country representative in India. Niece thaw such him Bush that in any disaster in any And to make the experience across the board women goes the most one group Because or at the margins locked scared response or nutrition accordingly Aniline circumstances there's been a disproportionate amount of on big A. K. Work that falls on Amex photos dresses of their abilities. So I think it wouldn't be an underestimate. Say that any impact of calm or of any pandemic it far more on women. Good in such circumstances you really get is also a very gordon. Lead to increase in violence against remained noting discrimination against Nagging Inc among unspoiled across the globe. And there's evidence From previous is to say that This is how things out so e just to establish that the impact on Adminis- File Creek and also gone far longer because they come into the recovery petition. I'd go much ASTA People were not at dodgers So I hope that answers your question. How long is it going to take? I think it's very difficult to say anything right now. Could different countries respond to different abilities of his born and I think in Europe being the diverse country that is already seeing some interstate variances in how the disease or the virus spreading to? I think it's very very soon exceed what will happen. How long will be all that can be said is going to be very very important as change maker in the Response Agenda? Judy because they do each of these decisions that whom they children. There's also a lot of woman appear to be a networking over the dentist phone. And therefore very very good change agent for passing on information acting upon it and also ensuring greater hygiene and briefly held standards the household and energy. Eventually do you think the problems of the urban working women are different from the urban and Rural Poor in discusses? The distinction between all of these categories I think over England of now as we see that the home is val become public speech right as you pretty cramped up into the same space and public speakers have been more deserted. I think commit safety security perspective. I think life has completely changed for oven. Working Women also from an unpaid can work now talking before this call but being back home even for each one of us has just met meant more demand on our own personal happens to provide for each other and care work after the kitchen so suddenly I think that God has gone most triple over the period of time and pick up into one space. I think it will also reduce the insecurity so I do think that. Any instance like this distinctly And differently of demand for urban or urban and working and then we'll and Reuben so We'll see some of that in the coming days. We're also seeing that a lot of actually the migrant communities badly affected by the lockdown and many of them women so a house do you and women working with other agencies to help these women in the crisis your guide I think Migrant migrant women domestic workers wage worker walk. The frontline have been most affected by something like this Partially because of lack of information or the information digs down control to them Also the fact that is I mean this. Also kind of takes away that economic franchise and that they had and also because the job displacement because opinions on not going to two million or even home circumstances that's it I think on marginalized groups are more vulnerable to be impacted by crisis like this. Not Just my community You and movement is working for donating the Union's response from agenda perspective along leadership with the CEO of your Unisex so we're now looking at a three big areas of work. One is lending support to stock mechanisms. Is How do we change into mission in how similarly bills countries are responding to the virus to East Calgary Youth and data cadre of the nectar representatives to the point ever following? But how do we use them? Effectively and the thought of course is access economic involvement. Which is we know that. A lot of franchise that origin. Peterman canty has been derived from the actress to work and from the economic security record and We don't want this spend make to be To kind of take that away from them and they take away the voice choice agency so the idea. More or develop mechanisms stores programs policies. That enable more work from more Bruce which means particularly for example making factory. Workup basically get to after not being able to congregate. How do we work? Funny Tennessee with private and public sector enterprises to ensure export bungee news in some way or the other and economics franchise or going to meet. He's not dropped it but again. I think we're all beginning to learn from each other at this point. We're beginning to think of the response than I think. We'd ought not strong foot in just about two days of you will have a gender dispense package. Wbz again ministries and State Department. Who are willing to work with

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Canada closing borders to non-citizens

The Big Story

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Canada closing borders to non-citizens

"A big announcement from Prime Minister? Justin Trudeau on Monday. He says Canada is closing the border to anyone who is not a citizen or a permanent resident this measure will carve out some designated exceptions including for aircrews diplomats immediate family members of Canadian citizens and at this time. Us citizens also. Anyone who shows symptoms will not be allowed to get onto a plane going to Canada. So if you are a Canadian elsewhere in the world and you're showing symptoms you will not be allowed to board a plane to Canada. Only four airports will be receiving international. Flights those are in Toronto Calgary Vancouver and Montreal. Let me be clear if you're abroad. It's time for you to come home if you've just arrived you must self isolate for fourteen days and finally all Canadians as much as possible. Should stay home. Candidate now has three hundred and seventy three confirmed cases of Kovic nineteen. It's three more deaths have been confirmed in British Columbia. And that brings the nationwide total to soar. All four of those deaths took place at the same long term care facility. Still no cases of the virus in Canada's north but there are closures and cancellations in all three territories just to try to get ahead of the virus.

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Theodore scores late, Golden Knights beat Flames 5-3

Brian Kilmeade

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Theodore scores late, Golden Knights beat Flames 5-3

"The Vegas golden knights B. the flames five three yesterday in Calgary knights head coach Peter more like the way his team played even though they let the flames get back in the game after getting out to a three nothing lead I thought we played really well and I thought they were opportunistic on their chances and you know we could have put him away earlier but we didn't panic and we handled the I thought the the way the game went in the third period there was a lot of composure pushback gonna gonna go right away the golden knights scored twice in fifty three seconds in the third period to ensure the win Vegas plays in Edmonton tonight the puck drops at

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Basic Folk 60: Taylor Ashton

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:12 min | 4 months ago

Basic Folk 60: Taylor Ashton

"Taylor Ashton yes. Hello you're probably the most famous person that has no information on the Internet about them. Well can be true so far for me. Yes okay I I. You're you're a well known name in the folk world but this was a challenge sir. So let's see what we can see ads some some information and put it out there. Okay great well. Thank you for doing this. You grew up in a small community main island. The main island is actually not where I grew up But it is. It's often my old band fish and bird. That was kind of where we said we were from or based One of my band mates that I co-founded that bandwidth did grow up there and so that that's I think the source of that particular confusion but I grew up in Vancouver city. No that's eighty nine hundred person island no to two million person and city changes every single question. I Have Vancouver okay. What was that like for you growing up in Vancouver It was great. I mean it was We my dad moved there when I was GonNa say Susa six or seven And then he and I lived in a bunch of different apartments around around Vancouver In Vancouver was a great place to grow up because it seemed like there was always some kind of cultural thing that my dad was able to take me to and we were able to go on bike rides and get into the woods pretty easily which was really awesome. Growing up cool. Yeah it was just you and your dad. It was me and my dad. My parents split up when I was five. And a mom ended up in Calgary so I would I would be there some weekends and then like you know the spring break and Christmas break and then summers have fire. Are they apart our flight so and I did that as an unaccompanied minor like pretty much right off the bat. Five years old. I think more in the seven kind of range I would get on the plane with like had this like big lanyard with a big plastic envelope that said. Um on it. And don't steal me exactly. I mean in those days my dad could take me right to the gate and then my mom could come right to the gate to get me so Sure the flight attendants were yeah to Babysit for. And I'm sure that you know I think back on you know. I think I like what the seat one of the Times. Probably at the time I was like what's wrong with me and I think back and I'm just like that was probably kind of intense as a kid just flying by myself so it you know looking back on it as an adult. I'm like no wonder you know. Be kind to your younger self. Yeah exactly I definitely had like a move where I would. I would draw on the on the BARF bag as a kid I would like like. Oh the flight attendants are going to be so impressed and like they always work as a seven year old. It's like I want to be like. Wow that's so cool and it's like you know that was like my idea of socializing pretty interesting because you did. You'd have grown to become like a pretty talented illustrator which we can talk about later but What kind of things were you drawing as a kid on the BARF bags probably pretty similar to the stuff that I've drawn barf bags now when I take flights it's definitely a lot of Gosh it would be amazing to to see you know. I've never captaining stuff. I would always like the flight is. It'd be like wow. That's so cool. It'd be like do you want to have it and they were like okay You know I was. I was reading mad magazine as a kid. And there's a Lotta caricatures. Oh that's that's a pronunciation that my character. I had this fight with my dad recently where we were up for dinner with some other people in and we were talking about the words that people say wrong and like some ten minutes after that conversation ended. I just happened to say caracature and everyone was like. Where did you get that from? And my dad just happened to be at the table. He's like I think I would have taught us character anyway caricatures. So which is funny. Because I've done so many of them. But you know a lot of like the exaggerated features and like you know weird juxtaposition and things kind of things cool cool okay. So where you you were living in like two different houses basically yes. We're very different when it comes to like You know consuming art in listening to music. they were a little different. I mean both my parents were were are into music and and very supportive of me pursuing any kind of creative expression that I That I could come up with definitely. My Dad was a little bit more. You know it's funny to think that at when I was that age he was aged that I am now so he was like kind of like going to shows and he was going to plays and his friends. We're like in community theater productions and some of his friends were playing gigs that I'd go to and it was kind of the type of stuff that I would think is cool now Were the types of things that he was happy. Having like at friends houses that had like a bunch of records and they put things on And actually one of the things that my dad would take me to. As a kid was this he had a friend that was really into making a diy movie projects and he would have people over department and do showings of them. And like sometimes I would stay over at this guy's house. It's funny how these details are kind of like. I don't know how you know. Barely sort of remember how my dad and this each other but he sort of showed me how to use this like animation machine that he had and that's kind of what I recall from it so there was kind of that type of social situation. Interesting adults yeah interesting adults. That were I think that the moving back and forth between the two cities did it did stunt my friendships a little bit with people my own age because it would be this thing where. I would have friends in the school year and then I would come back and actually moved schools a bunch because we moved around Vancouver a lot so there was a kind of had to start over a few times and then like I would come back from the summer break. And I'd been in Calgary where I didn't really know anybody come back to Vancouver and like all. My friends had two months is kind of a long time. You're that young. And so they would. They would have all these like shared memories of crazy things done together during the summer when they were like free. And I'd been like kind of on the computer at my mom's house in Calgary in the suburbs and pick mostly drying and like doing doing stuff like that and so it was. Yeah there was a lot of like hanging out with interesting adults and kind of our projects. How do you think that affects your ability to like make friends now or connected with people? Now I am so I do have kind of A. It's a good question. I didn't realize this was going to be like therapy. But we're going there. We get rum. Yeah we got you are Peter. Moulvi MONTHS CLINK YEP Placed the clank in front of the MIC. Make sure it's nice and clear. I mean I'm very grateful for the friendships that I have for a while. After I left home I was used to moving a lot and I think it might have just been that used to like sort of uprooting and figuring out what it meant to be somewhere else so i. After we after graduating high school I Victoria. And then I was living in Winnipeg for a couple of years and then I lived in Toronto for a couple years and there was like a few weeks that I would spend in various other cities and kind of had this like cycle of starting to feel a little bit like belonged in some certain community in in a place and then I would have this. This weird need to go like I would feel sort of taken away by something else. And that's how in ended up in New York which like for such a transient city. I think a lot of people will go spend three years in New York. They're Kinda like excited and then they're done with it and they need to like go somewhere that they can park their car and you know. Now I'm I'm married there and that's that seems like the place and it's been like six years so at least six years of living there.

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Lightning 3 special team goals, end 4-game skid, top Flames

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Lightning 3 special team goals, end 4-game skid, top Flames

"The Tampa Bay Lightning held on to snap their four game losing streak defeating the Calgary flames for three Saturday afternoon in Tampa Tampa Bay whose power play struggled of late got their first two goals of the game on the man advantage Tyler Johnson and Ondrej Palat with the tallies the game winner came off the stick of Alex killorn less than a minute after Calgary had scored two straight when they scored two goals you must think like maybe take a time out or something here just doesn't get any worse than this but I think scoring that goal can turn things back around the right way Yanni Gourde scored short handed for the lightning then three goals came in under two minutes and remind Giovanni analyze Lindholm brought Calgary within one before Korn's goal put Tampa Bay up for good Sean Monahan rounded out the scoring for the flames what's worse again Tampa

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Chicago: Blackhawks Trade Away Robin Lehner, Eric Gustafsson

Roe Conn

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago: Blackhawks Trade Away Robin Lehner, Eric Gustafsson

"For two and a half hours past the NHL trade deadline the Blackhawks making a pair of moves robin Lehner dealt to Vegas that's according to multiple reports in exchange the hawks will receive a second round pick goalie Malcolm soo ban and prospects lava Devon defenseman Erik Gustafson also on the movie was traded to Calgary for a third round pick in this year's draft customs and recorded twenty six points in fifty nine game the hawks this season something blackrock sellers today's the stand he points out the wild card with just twenty games remaining on their schedule they visit Saint Louis tomorrow we'll have that came here on

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Jayman Built Adds Alexa to Their Smart Homes

Voice in Canada

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Jayman Built Adds Alexa to Their Smart Homes

"And as if there was ever any question as to whether or not lexi would really start to You know become part of our everyday lives. How about this a little bit of news those of you? In Edmonton and Calgary may be familiar with the company Jayme and built and they are home builders and what they have recently started. Doing this news about this is that now they have included smartphone technologies and specifically Lexi as a part of their core performance products for homes. That are being built as an example. They say that Lexi will oversee various things in the home things such as security cameras solar panels smart thermostats locks the whole bid and according to the company they say you need brain need a hub for all this stuff in the smart home. And they have chosen to use. Lexi as that hub. So very interesting that now yes Canadian. Home builders are using Lexi as the hub when they are building new homes. So if you're an Edmonton Calgary look out for those homes you know. Look up with those homes across the country. Because I'm sure they're not the only ones but it just sort of goes to show the The amount of impact that Lexi's having on the

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"calgary" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:52 min | 6 months ago

"calgary" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"With some of the Calgary staff okay he's got to calm down yep I want to be a person who has a job like that I want to be one of the announcers okay he's got to calm down that is a great piece of advice he's got a chill just a little bit what do you do when someone goes nuts when you see someone explode in front of you when they're not exploding at you they're not even exploding at somebody else because in the first of the two examples I played people are just Jana technology so I'm curious what do you do when you see someone just give Superman edited out of an object an object that can't really fight back because I I try to suppress laughter if that tells you all you need to know about me all right bye okay that's fine but more often than not if I see someone super upset I will try to help I'm not one of the horrible people in Seinfeld who doesn't help someone in need I will do it I will get up I will figure out any technology you need me to understand for you but I will be suppressing a whole bunch of laughter and I imagine that's what's happening during this if you're pulling a coach off of a door to get him to not fight an entire opposing team you gotta be laughing in the back of your mind you gotta be think yourself man this is this is awesome but he's this upset that he's this past and everything going on right now because you know I will need to take a breather we all need to hear you know what I'm gonna do it here on the air because I think I needed to take a step back slow it on down and try to be calm and what else we need to do is be respectful to other people we don't have to let them do terrible things to us but we have to be nice enough to them to have some amount of common courtesy and that gets me to another piece of audio I have for you guys today it's from Washington post executive editor Marty Baron it's number four in our list for my producer Phil to find it I need talks about how news organizations just maybe and I know this is gonna be shocking everyone listening the show but maybe they need to do a better job and understand ARINC at understanding I can't even say it that the trump voter is a human being that the trump voter is a person who needs the same respect anyone else need they don't need what Michael Moore says they need to which is free to cross the road when you assume there in front of you but let's hear what Marty had to say yeah I like I mean I I think we have to be careful how I I I don't want to be dismissive of people who who support the president I think they're the they're owed our respect and they certainly have mine but you know they they feel that the so called elite in Washington of not a paid attention to them because they don't understand their lives they don't understand their concerns with a they're not being heard and they feel that the president is actually listening to them and addressing their concerns this is the kind of thing that I think we do need to take a step back and learn just a little bit better is that yeah and this is honestly true so often so often in life you come across somebody who seems very nice you talk to them just fine and guess what doesn't come up at all how they feel politically or how you feel politically because that's not really a defining characteristic of who we are as a person I mean in some ways I guess it it to a very small amount you know matters and I certainly would like to know where where any of my friends land on the political spectrum just because I have a certain level of interest in those things but it's not going to make the change the way I treat them it's not gonna make me need to cross the street when they're around me so you know that's a great piece of advice today to for Marty is that in today's day and age maybe just maybe we need to assume that every single person that voted for this guy or that guy or supports this person or that person is a more complex human being they have a lot more characteristics that that you and I need to take a second and and you know really contemplate and I know that I'm asking a lot of us but it's almost the end of a of a year we're about to have a new year's resolution almost all of us I assume have one and maybe one of mine is just to to treat more people with a certain level of respect and not assume once I know something about them like who they voted for that now I know a lot about them I just know very little about them at that point Greg counseling for Chad bents another quick break and then I've got a lot more topics that are going to be of interest to you at least me now the three things you need to three as the new US space force takes off Florida's trying to get involved become their national headquarters we have competition California Alabama Louisiana Virginia and Texas are all competing for the chance to be the home of the space force the Florida Gators took down the Virginia Cavaliers in the Orange Bowl thirty six to twenty eight as they finish their season with eleven into record one it's the last day of twenty.

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"calgary" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"calgary" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Than ten minutes Calgary Moses in the K. Y. W. twenty four hour traffic center is simple the heating and cooling sponsor CVS three eyewitness weather with meteorologist nothing's generally overcast Friday forests high temperatures today will once again be nice and mild as well fifty two degrees for the high now when it comes to those overcast guys we could see some sunshine break through from time to time but again very limited chances for that son today clouds will fit into the overnight tonight so we'll call a partly cloudy night with a temperature that only drop down to forty for the low sunshine on Saturday in up to fifty three rain showers will develop in the second half the day on Sunday expect more mild temperatures will top out at fifty Sunday afternoon fifty three degrees now overcast skies in center city make your home warm in your heater safe this winter with the Hutchinson heater checkup and free carbon monoxide tests just fifty five fifty five only from Hutchinson visit Hutch comfort dot com check a Wall Street sponsored by crash before fireman on universal life with a fresh fruit for time and show every Saturday morning eleven Sunday afternoon at one forty five and a half points nasdaq off almost five this is on your phone wherever you go get the radio dot com and add K. Y. W. to your favorite readings in a with three fifteen the death toll stands at twelve to go higher after a plane crash in house X. done more than five dozen other passengers were great stories right New Jersey American water could be going up in the request for reading three something about nine months process recapping our top story the wa wa data breach canals earlier this month this look to a class action lawsuit filed by a Woodbury heights woman he says somebody use third phase shop at Walmart spending twenty five hundred Bucks I like coming up the next fifteen good afternoon I'm David Madden dam my kids yeah when crashing cassocks done has killed at least a dozen people the pilot among them if the others are hospital in came down almost as soon as it took off in a concrete wall came to rest inside of a two story building aviation expert Neil Hanson it appears to a bed in the wool and doesn't appear to have called ally despite the fact that it probably took off with fairly substantial fuel the aircraft would be I'd Fokker one hundred manufactured in the Netherlands and would have been any bill probably at least twenty twenty five maybe thirty years ago planes manufacturer went bankrupt more than twenty years ago no clue was what caused the crash customers of New Jersey American water could see their monthly bills go up and twenty twenty the average water bill to go up about four percent maybe six fifty a month more utility gets all seeking the state board of public utilities Jersey American water spokeswoman Denise finitely free says it's their first rate hike request a couple years requested faced on the actual cost of providing water wastewater service to our customers the rate request is driven by over one billion dollars we've invested in treatment and distribution system upgrade statewide since our last week household uses about fifty four hundred gallons of water a month requests like this said think about nine months before regulators make all the company's net about eighty eight million dollars a year in revenue if the full increases frantic which would affect two point seven million people covering most state some nine hundred forty demolition permits been issued by the city of Philadelphia in recent years a record number then to address concerns about some buildings in imminent danger of collapse but preservationists Inc yes the cities in a bit of a hurry the Y. W. city hall bureau chief that low the city is cut the number of imminently dangerous buildings by more than half over the last four years from two hundred forty two just over one hundred department of licenses and inspections spokesperson Karen guy says that's made the city safer in a densely populated city like ours having building in our communities that are threatening to come down at any time really is a public safety center she says the decrease is due to two factors one Ellen eyes budget for demolition has grown so dangerous buildings can be taken down more quickly and to the building boom has increased the number of private demolition and use that vacant lot that they create to put up.

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"calgary" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"calgary" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Calgary you can trust sponsored by Bryn Mawr trust celebrating one hundred thirty years room three oh nine in pretty good shape both directions which we show him all the way up to Markham reveals to take advantage of it our problems on two oh two it's two oh two parkway southbound south of Horsham road watch out for broken down vehicle in the right lane and then on to go to north bound approaching Devin park drive vehicle ran off the side everything's off the side at the moment well if you would just slow down to get a good look at it the couple days with no son now sun glare really causing some issues question for twenty two eastbound just one long line of traffic approaching roars for all the way to the approach to to and then on the Pennsylvania Turnpike westbound is busy with volume approaching willow Grove to for Washington in out of the city on the Schuylkill expressway generally jammed both directions between two oh two in University Avenue now eastbound really jammed between two oh two in golf mills likely sun glare just adding to the problem we're seventy six the bluebird slow northbound ninety five up to the pro to route one then jams again approaching route thirty there's that really are broken and tractor trailer still out there it's off to the left side but a tracking attention southbound four seventy six Lowe's south of route three all the way to ninety five ninety five jam packed south bound common to Gerard northbound slows over the Girard point bridge them busy from the Walt Whitman bridge up the ramps or the Vine Street expressway vine both directions low end to end its backing up the Ben Franklin bridge the lank going in the Philadelphia New Jersey forty two north bound jams from the black horse pike to the purchase to ninety five there's a report of an accident the two ninety five north bound just slow removed forty five all the way up to the approach the white horse pike route fifty five northbound jam of falling north deford center road up to forty to merge make make the switch to a bank you can trust brimar trust serving clients locally since eighteen eighty nine visit B. M. T. dot com today I'm just a job I can the cable on the twenty four hour truck center now the eyewitness weather forecast with C. B. S. threes Matt Peters the general ex of sending Clouser Wednesday at afternoon windy and cold though a high of thirty eight degrees with thirty five mile an hour wind gusts meaning that it will be feeling like the mid twenties most of the day since those showers or snow squalls possible north of the city some of those flurries could work their way as far south as Philly but not much that were overly concerned with here in the city clear tonight drop down in nineteen for the low when you add in the wind we'll have single digit wind chill values in the city on Thursday morning expect sunshine and a high of twenty nine degrees on Thursday thirty two right now Sonny feels like twenty seven we're going up to thirty eight this chuckle Wall Street is sponsored by crash for retirement dot com where you can listen live to the crash of retirement show every Saturday morning at eleven.

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"calgary" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"calgary" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"With being Dobie who's having a great season Curtis Dickson who held out until January twelfth Ulan played in fourteen games when he racked up eighty one points and two without Westberg who Kirk Laskey told me this morning. He's not even a part of the paper anymore with the Calgary club because he sat out all season. Do it a contract dispute. You look at this kurban lousy they've built this through the draft as you said eleven first rounders on this club. He they're dynamic. They have all the pieces of the puzzle. We always feel like buffalo has all the pieces of the peso's, bad up and down power play transition, the whole bit hate there. The Calgary roughnecks matched the buffalo bandits perfectly. I mean, you, you look at up threat, right? You got on that, right? Hand side. You know, you're looking at Curtis Dickson, and you're looking at research. Right. Got ended up getting him from the band couvert warriors. That was a big pickup, and res head a little bit of a bigger role in the beginning because Curtis Dickson hadn't signed yet, right now said you. Put those two guys on the right hand side, hard to cover hard to cover, you gotta decide which poison are you going to pick that you gotta get ready to double their, their match up problems for the buffalo bites? You go to the left hand side, Dane, Dobie having a career career year, one hundred fifteen points who am I seven goals, sixty eight assists? He's the ever present energizer bunny on the left hand side. You know, he's not as gargantuan guy, but I gotta tell you very, very strong center of gravity. All the moves got great vision and on that left hand side. He's going to be a key component and kind of a gift for Kurt Milewski. Hey, Jesse king Saul forgot about him? He's back. He's back in the lineup. He's gonna be played tonight. You know, he adds it a pretty potent left-handed asset below ski in the offense of side of the ball. He can shoot. He's got range. He's got great vision. Always moving does all the little things kind of reminds me of Adam Jones a little bit. You know, he's not afraid to go muck and grind to get the Lucy's. Get wallowed as well. And that's a big big pig gift for meltsa for Levski in the roughnecks pre game show continuing here from downtown buffalo the key Bank center, John Cutler, Randy Murray, STI Burma, who is wandering around this mutable structure in preparation for tonight, seven thirty eight off game number one of the two thousand nineteen l l Cup Steve Calgary electing to go with three rookies. Will I the bandits? They found a lot of faith in them to the get go. And they're led by Reese, Kallis all six seven two hundred fifty pounds of it. Now they're being led by draft picks. It's just crazy. How you could talk about every year as these as these potential draftees come out how talented they are. And how much better teams are getting with the young talent that they're adding on both sides of the ball tonight as you mentioned, the bandits with their young players? Ian McKay, Matt Gilroy chrislucia won't be in the lineup tonight. But their first round picks on a big impact and Calgary MacKenzie just said at that they've built through the draft and the amount of talent coming out of both the box game. And the field game from the college level is really translate into success in the NFL and they're going with res Kelly's, who is that six foot seven rookie first rounder another first round or this year ally Salama played sixteen games as well, and Shane Simpson, who was the first rounder, as well, playing very strong Calgary coming into the national lacrosse league in two thousand one they're owned by the Calgary. Flames also own the stampede and the hitmen of the W. H L. Gosh, does this sound familiar at all with Padilla sports and entertainment into the post season sixteen. Of eighteen seasons. They have to championships in four when they beat the mandates nine they beat the New York titans last time into the finals two thousand fourteen. They lost to Rochester ten innate on the season tie for second. They defeated San Diego and Colorado to get here. They started the season without Dixon and Burg they jumped out three one, and then they lost three straight. In fact, there was a part of the season where they had lost five of their seven games. But now winning three straight of the regular season campaign at the end and to hear the playoffs averaging fifteen point four five goals a game. That's not too bad. Randy again, just review of the roughnecks roster overall. They have a very nice mix, yet they serve that truths rookies grinners hard workers. Absolutely. John, you're exactly correct. You look at their season in the totality. Right Burke, Nixon, they didn't sign so they had other guys. You know what? Hey, we'll just go with the guys, we got got off to a three one start. Then the next thing you know, Dixon comes back. It's not a bad thing. But now said, yeah. Dixie Dixon into the mix. And you know what you to you got to build more chemistry, you know, 'cause you already have a group of guys playing for each other now saying, you got Curtis coming in, and okay. Well, that's a different dynamic. They go through that. And then through that year with, with this mixed the veteran guys that the leadership is everybody starts to figure out what roll what, what, what is their individual responsibility to the team? They continue to build that chemistry. And it's not the first game of the year it's the last game of the year you want to be in the championship game incurred Milewski and his staff just done a phenomenal job of building this team all the way drew date had to face adversity. They've gotten up over that. So they've been there true tested, and they're, they're going to be a big, big problem at obstacle for the buffalo bandits. They have all the facets transition guys like you know, MSCI wild sack Currier career probably the best two way to way guy in the league today time. Bell love him. You know, they have all the pieces of the puzzle, and you can expect a gritty gritty performance from any Kirpal ski team. It's been a long time for general manager. Steve Dietrich of the buffalo bandits along with Scott LOP director of lacrosse operations to assemble this team. And right now, it's paying dividends because they're going to the finals and it opens up tonight here in buffalo game number one of the best of.

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"calgary" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"calgary" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The avalanche in theory should have won all three games versus calgary of course you had overtime early on the season here and then and then in calgary twice i mean you're up four to one going into the three period lose that game so scoring goals in the plains has not been easy so that's the thing if philip group our can play like he can't have semyon varlamov play like we have seen them this year i think the app said the edge and goaltending over over the patou they have their in calgary 'cause mike smith is not exactly then what they've been looking for an and riddick big save dave as they have a propensity to call them hasn't exactly they had a lot of big saves late wake so if you have can win that battle they could you know surprise a lot of people and and be a a western conference champion in the calgary flames but it might it might come down to that as it usually does in goaltending look back the last year jonathan quick probably the best losing performance in any playoffs series ever versus the vegas golden knights just didn't get the offense so the ads can score some goals they have been lately especially on home ice almost three and a half a game and it becomes together with the goaltending i mean they could they easily push aside you know god reclaims in six mcgahey or seven perhaps joining us at the bottom of in the hour the last also gotta moment get into or two while the i have announcement you connor today i that can the you help alliance me out of with american the math football here so is suspending i are we looking its at operations two out of the three starting tonight if we went to out of the three but where some say they that that answering does not necessarily what what's mean kind that of they the are math going under here although we in do the home follow stretch political as far campaigns as what the do avs we not need what happens the coyotes when a to do political and what candidate they need to suspends do in his order campaign to win obviously they don't winning usually out jump back gets in them but in but can i saw they clinched reports any that sooner indicate that they're they're shutting down yeah they can clinch so so on thursday we'll talk about winnipeg that with a and win and if the ramifications if obviously arizona loses i to l._a. was not a believer tonight in this and from it the start also at but vegas it on thursday it does beg the question so what that's will really it the take only scenario or is that there ever going go to in be the game to a secondary again the colorado avalanche league and roll collectively just and developing ulcers can i think one between exist all of us we've without done yeah the we n._f._l. three thousand p._a. officers around allowing here but their players yeah to no that's go the there that's the that's the to develop earliest or could to be get playing if time if everything or whatever the goes case according i think that to plan was their downfall is thursday at home or the winnipeg jets and again now we're going to give up we're talking about regulation with your regulation losses for the arizona coyotes but there was only has elliott home tonight at vegas thursday and then the jets will finish their season in the desert on saturday so we will see i mean it's it's taking i mean the avs obviously when the driver so if they get if they get all the winds and they're in but they just don't wanna be the position where they're sitting somewhere and watching scoreboards but the other good news is that saturday versus innova sharks the last game of the two thousand eighteen nineteen national hockey league regular season is seven thirty starts incident jose that night and so we will see it may come down to that at least they'll know their fates or what they need to do by the time the puck drops of the shark tank on saturday yeah it's it's been nervousness and ulcers and all of that but about a month ago who would even thunk that this team would have been in the position they're in now so it's been well worth all the the nervousness in the ulster connor always appreciate the time in the insight have a great call the night will do my best ryan good job there great show as always thank you job and having to come on any time yup well we'll worry out over the next few minutes if they get in don't worry about that i can't wait all right thanks thanks connor kana mcgahey joining.

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"calgary" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"calgary" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"To see me or I've fly Kaley. Flew, flew. I'm logistic. Yeah. Get it together a twenty nine minutes late. Plus plus Calgary is one of my top cities for followers. So get your sick. You know? Okay. What's on it looks on gender? Once we want to say is we grew up in the Duke and we've been like conditioned to just like LA Calgary. Yeah. Oh, you don't we don't. We don't like killed Rica's. You're from almost Edmonton right out of the womb. I was told to not let Calgary was dressed in Oilers pajamas is a child. Okay. Wait, Wayne Gretzky bib way. Yes. Yes admitted. Yes. Calgary is earth thing. We're all about babe supporting babes, and we just said to each other. Why don't we do cities supporting sit? Yeah. Why can't we all just get along? Why? Nope. We have we have a pact that we're forcing you to make tonight, otherwise even kit. What what? Okay. And we're not going into that right now. But we're going in to we don't want our cities to fight anymore. Read the same province Alberta. Can we come together? And just say we love Burda. Burda? Burn. I mean bird. I mean, we just gotta hold crowd chant Berta. But really both were like, no, we're not on board with this living. What we have to say is. Okay. Our hockey teams play each other out of that ring ring bitches football, keep it in the stadium. But when it comes to like Edmonton hazard cool things Calgary has their cool. Things is great things about both of these. Can we all been right now Edmonton has cactus club? And the river valley and west seventeen mole. What? Simone. It's me. So can we make the pack right now that we're good? We're going to support each other cities, everybody grab your neighbors hand and sway. Hold your wine. And sing the song that we listened to in elementary. We are children children the lie..

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"calgary" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"calgary" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Everyone. Welcome back to the internet of things podcast. This is your hosts Stacey Higginbotham and today's guest is Heather made Penske who is the C I T O at the city of Calgary. I Heather how are you doing today and degrade Stacey? Thank awesome. First off. I should tell you see I t o means chief information technology officer, which is a title. I've never heard before is that really common. I guess in Calgary or in the municipal business. Now, I think it was just a combination of CIO or CTO. So it's case the best of both and put them together as like or possibly just two jobs in one. Yikes. So this city of Calgary has deployed a Laura network. And I thought this was really interesting because one they're not a lot of city owned Laura networks that I'm aware of. So I wanna just talk about that. And then you guys are doing some really cool things with it. So let's just start off with your approach to this network. And how this came to be. Sure I'd have to go back in time. Because in Calgary we've always had a vision around two connected city, and that started, you know, more than fifteen years ago. So we've been building out communication infrastructure through our fiber optic network for the last eighteen years. We really saw that is foundation of than building upon that for a smart city or a connected city into the future, and you know, sort of knowing what was coming into future in terms of, you know, people affect devices buildings being connected. And what that would mean for a city operation of our size. We wanted to make sure we had that foundation in place. So we have used our fiber optic network as the backbone for a carrier grade network, which we built in clinical back twenty thirteen which serves olive are sort of a private network for the city of caveat dollar operations. It supports nine one one three one one and water skied systems cetera. And then from there, we use some of the infrastructure that we. In place. So we have radio towers that we use for our first responders for their radio systems, and we use them to then build more of a last mile components of fixed wireless, which.

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"calgary" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"calgary" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

"I also I was just like, oh, I I was laughing. And then he got to the rocky parts, and I was like did he hurt himself? But then he was totally fine. So I was like, okay. This is fine. She was watching it with me. And he's like could you imagine if they played that in real time? How fast bear would be going down that? Traumatic never thought of that. Thank you. I don't know if that one was faked, but definitely the one down though, one of the slopes. There's a couple of sequences of them. Oh was there. Yeah. There was one where it's just. No. And then another one where like if them Ruxton. Yeah. Harsh stuff he tumbled real good. Yeah. I was like, oh, no little bear. Don't just a when they say it's filmed in Calgary film studio like Calgary's, not really that far north. Like for being a northern? Yeah. Movie Calgary's really not very far north like in comparison to the rest of Canada in the north very strange. It was noted in my research of this in a couple of places that it's very unlikely that any of that was authorized or proved by Walt himself. I don't know if that's the company coming in and like trying to protect itself or if it's true. I'd like to think it was true. Because Walt did give a lot of these true life adventure like directors and everything them. Yeah. It was going to say he gave him so much time and so much freedom to like actually get these things filmed. It was prize me if he was like, yeah stage this that's fine. Right. I yeah. So I don't know if it's this James alga guy making it up or you know, what I mean? I have no idea. I don't think we'll ever know. Well, just go to waltz defense to like in the I've learned a lot about him as from like this podcast, and I feel. Like, even when his animated movies. He has a lot of integrity puts a lot of research and keeping things authentic like when you look at what he put in Bambi, and like the research that he put it into making that movie what it was. I just can't see somebody like him being the type of person who would be okay with faking something he just I feel like he had a lot more integrity to his work. And I just use the example of Bambi and how much he put into a story about a deer in like how offense he tried to make that I just can't see him being. Okay with faking something like this. That's just my opinion. Maybe he I mean, they could have just presented this to him. And then he believed it as truth. Just like we did watching it the first time until I looked at up, you know, and then he was like, oh like that's great to educate people. All right sad. But you know, it's part of life. It's not what it didn't bother me as much until I found it was fake. Yeah. Because I'm definitely like the type persons like well nature's nature. So if it's that's the way it is in that's fine. That's just the way nature is. That's the way it's all to survive in whatever form. So it didn't really bother me in finding out. It was fake. Then it really bothered me. Yeah. Bother me at first. It was sad. But then a bothered me. Because it was fate. Don't don't play with my heart. Offi? The last of my phone facts. This one's kind of phone, but not so the scene of the lemmings leafing. Lemmings leaping off of a cliff was actually used as a political metaphor in a campaign ad promoting Andrew Monroe rice and Oklahoma candidate in two thousand eight in the US Senate race. So like, it's so dramatic that for like political propaganda..

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"calgary" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"calgary" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Now like i said depends where you ask that question in the prairies in in in in in edmonton in calgary catch in winnipeg stealing it factor to the cfl which kind of defies reason and you know there's any gel teams and edmonton calgary but it just it just seems its roots are so deep in those communities that did the attraction is there and and we'll take a lot more to drive it out so it's kind of holding its own right now the television money makes it by bowl and makes the whole thing work you i would like to see better tenants in my hometown dan coober better tendons and trauma montreal's a little shaky right now those are the three biggest markets in the cfl but the other the other six mall markets are all doing fine and cfl nothing else is just as demonstrated resilience resiliency and survivability over the years and that's really at the core of its identity and i maybe i've seen what i wanna see but i don't see that changing in the future well look i think it's a fascinating story even though it is a an asterisk if you will in the overall law history why don't you tell our audience more about the book the name of it that where they can find it and all that kind of good stuff matt folly it's called him zones and border awards and it's available on amazon if you can find it in the i actually wrote it about five six years ago now so he can find it in bookstores and i don't think i could you even in band coober but it says i three bucks real one of the w each one about the nineteen eight seven candidate top and they founded on it was a little disappointed this book fan on his and i was i was warned against writing that there just isn't a market for it that people are in bad interested in the cf l and it did came by canadian book standards but i probably should have realized what i was shopping around at got shut down by the publishing firm published my first two bucks that he was gonna be a tough so so i mean it's still out there it's like it's like twenty bucks i can't promise you anything but i.

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"calgary" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"calgary" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"What happened was we were training breads place in in calgary and we're training in the ring and i did it and he was sitting on the floor getting ready and then he said oh hey do that move again so did the move never the move again and so we got talk and stuff at that and you know i told him i watch a lot of tapes and i do a lot of this i studied a lot of matches and things like that so when i said hey what are you doing tonight and i said nothing do you want what about for dinner and talk talk wrestling and stuff like that and you know maybe watch them tape and stuff after i guess you're let's do it so when to by eat bought me dinner we went watched some some footage for couple of hours and then as about to leave he's like hey can ask sure that that movie do i'm going back to tv and like two weeks do you mind if i use it there's your dinner it doesn't matter what i say he's probably gonna use it anyway right but he was very nice about it and i said yeah man sure i'll think it's okay and so the so that happened but obviously you know he was he was very nice about it and obviously didn't have to ask me if he could use it he could've just used it but he he was very friendly about food well lucy read at press x to lucy who would win a tornado tag match between paul smack and flip sunset versus edging christian well we'll and here's the thing i'm not even sure it would be christian against hall and flip it might be flipping edge against christian.

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"calgary" Discussed on X96

X96

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"calgary" Discussed on X96

"It's better to not let my wife calgary off today but thank you better let her pick the movies too i just my wife if she if she's hungry that is that's all she can think about is being hungry you know they have food at them eat a little snack at the movie like little get warning and the ritter sport you shut up about i really think i had never noticed that i walk into movies all the time and i go god why don't they have snacks there's no movie my walking right by them is that what it is there's a snack bar hardly no snack well i didn't i didn't even notice it was a snack bar i just walked and i get my ticket i i go right to the theater door i didn't notice that all lanes of travel are stopped westbound i eightieth thirteenth east and a secondary crash near twenty thirty is blocking the right lane carey came this way to work this morning said there's a lot of others always standing water there just before the thirteenth overpass so there traffic is again all lanes of travel stopped westbound i eighty from foothill boulevard going into sugarhouse avoid that area if you can huge delays i to fifteen between twenty three hundred north in the i eighty west turn off at the airport right lane is blocked and wet roads are creating a parking lot there and we still have issues at one hundred and fourteen south affecting both northbound and southbound traffic there on i fifteen a wet roads causing an accident there as well by your locally owned and operated big o tire store today save up to one hundred and fifty dollars off a set of four big o brand tires big o tires.

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"calgary" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"calgary" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Calgary may is a beat the beat are we talking about i don't know let's i must drought retain as cook this up oh yeah cringing just saying that that's what i'm going to get him to say yeah calgary mayonnaise cooked this another hot another hot sandwich cooked up cow the remain as calgary mayonnaise on debt piff dot com another hot grinder what's another what would my rap name be i think your christmas oh komo a girl's name girl's name yup young girl girl name young girl young girl named yeah young girl boy young girl boy young girl boy yeah yeah ladyboy that's what it should be every go yeah lady ladies on the beat you you tracked by ladyboy produced by calgary maintenance that sounds very la yo actually while we're talking about music i wanna give a shout out to this guy hooligan chris hey been bumping some dude semi at dm and he was like actually yeah we can talk about music little bit the problem is fucking toy lanes album now is already out was by the time they're watching this episode it's all right youngin yeah anyways will get chris somebody dm's me and they were like yo you should check this dude out for my own town make salzone beats and i'm like i never ever actually checked because it's always it's ninety nine percent of the time their own shit and it's garbage not to say i make great music i'm just saying ninety nine percent of everything has garbage and it's very rarely actually good for some reason i was compelled to actually check the suit i've no idea why google this kid found his one of the mic saves you just came out with really fucking good.

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"calgary" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"calgary" Discussed on WWL

"You know he didn't take up something that has already been established you still trying to figure out where the men's room is near two you better believe us and uh so we did probably nine maybe pin camps in a louisiana in that mid2000s that he would always give me about having a boost shows with bobby so all wait a minute i love the background on this he would you buy what happened to do with radio shows with bobby bobby and i would just kind of started doing a radio here uh you know by that particular time this was a little six seven that sort of thing so uh and uh i can't see i knew that he was going to have this type of success but you knew that he was really uh a guy that was bigger than where calgary baptist uh with the uh the real sharp guy and uh we'll go mikey much in calgary baptist what be being a coordinator somewhere what though he got heart by andy reid uh would eagle he uh at that time so you know niddhi follow sandy to kansas city and then went back to philly uh who together head coaching job after the chip kelly experience experiment experimented here uh uh so you don't have a lot of people weren't rule happy about at all like all we know we're getting andy reid all over again uh iit's a really uh positive thinking guy but he is innovative and he understands the pitching catch part of the game what you've got yesterday is with the nfl walks uh a highscoring game offense very little defense back and forth uh so the nfl got exactly what they've been hoping and praying for now for years for a super bowl uh an exciting football game back the you know from start to finish but uh that was a guy that's a young nazi young coach he's fifty years old and he's a guy that uh uh understands uh.

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"calgary" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"calgary" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Oh it's all on you cut the forgot we're talking about this either you said musician for the blind you said a magician magician yeah on the musician for the death a magician for the blow it love guards is your gardener i don't know if you'd like it is gone home to do you gotta say to law otherwise you're immigrant god our old on out the old on because i did not expect this was driving what is thereby one had i should have thought is do you have a phone near you whoever phone yeah that's right here mccourty all right when i want you to do a better idea than all the time it's a good move in the car get the taint a little tickle uh i if that in women was leaking earls let me take trump you wanna go straight to a man's hearts not to his stomach with eight what do you do now well besides the magic for the blind which has been keeping we really busy you know i've also do soundtracks for you know porn through the blind are those selfmade sounds rags or do you go to like the studio to produce that or do you station i don't care and on work work work from home what was less than what was less arm in ring uh just the fact we kept up in calgary rippled stomping ground up in calgary menem went over to medicine hat and they're now came home that's awesome do you still do you make appearances a comment on and stuff like that at those types of things around the world and do you take demand it can with you in is it the same mannequin you add when you're wrestling.

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"calgary" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"calgary" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Way to witness hockey game but not able to do it but he was spectacular in this game you can't fault him on anything that was going on give calgary full marks to witness hockey game but give the blackhawks you know a great see and in their preparation coming into it and the special teams act also also factor in this one because calgary was able to convert and both of their powerplay opportunities the blackhawks at one decent power play up actually the momentum from that led to a goal seconds after calgary came out of the box the second one they had a golden opportunity weren't able to cash in on that kind of offset by the fact that sod was able to eventually tied the game by perhaps now some some concerns about the pell the he'll though because you know when the last five the allowed five over the last seven games nine for thirteen coming in and then they go over to hear tonight perhaps something to watch about tightening that thing up again on special themes especially when you're still waiting for the powerplay to getting sick i am a little bit of what you were saying there they have a concert here inside the building to finish off the new year but a agree what you're talking about with the special teams i for one i caught there um you know the special teams if if you'd want but let's just back up a little second here chris backup to the keys of this game cut down on the chances against if they weren't good for those twenty six minutes was wickedly fad and in heavily in favor of the calgary flames paul the opportunities it just to be down want nothing to have the first period was a moral victory because of the way that jeff flash point but they did give up the powerplay goal to matthew could in the first period date did give up the powerplay goal finance bv chuck into second period talked about keys to the game the second key was when the.

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"calgary" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"calgary" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Good evening everybody and welcome to the scotiabank settled over here in calgary the st louis blues on the road opening up a threegame western canadian road trip answered i got the calgary flames we're going to be doing this same exact road trip in a few bright before the christmas holiday kelly jas why does well roll through a now let of worry about yeah but later while zaki right you know are picking up points again and get back on that train we saw the effort and there's too many quality chances given up the st louis blues looked to rectify that get back on their winning ways as usual for a team that has won a lot of games to have a little bit of loose this brief into the game the real test of out strong atvs is the response with that happens the resiliency as they gap you'll lose a game is imperative but i think what's important noticed the st louis blues played a little bit looser we mentioned in the pregame but their opportunistic against the blues the blues are going to have to make sure they find some quality in the in in the opportunities that they get now and make sure that they capitalised and one of those things that we talked about all the time is especially teams the power play right now not role and the st louis blues need to know when they play games teams that they can put teams away be based on the guys that they have out on the ice on a powerplay why no changes will lose no magnus pay rv bennett goes back yet advantage going to play with shed its works that it's going to get an opportunity here he looks like argued blair skated he's always you know he's got nice chance if he finishes a couple of times here now with them it spreads offense and it gives the blue some different options right now boll bennett is a guy that's been in a lot of real chance for him to step up and be one of those guys that the bloom count on as a.

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