40 Burst results for "Canada"

Ayton has 29 points, 21 rebounds as Suns edge Jazz 113-112

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 hrs ago

Ayton has 29 points, 21 rebounds as Suns edge Jazz 113-112

"Deandre ayton led away with 29 points and 21 rebounds both season highs as the sun's edge at the jazz one 13 one 12, 8 and scored a season high for the second straight night following 28 on Friday. For this team I have to be that energizer that dude who making them plays was on the glass. It was Duncan the ball was getting the crowd in it, setting the hard screens setting the tone of the physicality. Devin Booker added 27 points as the sun picked up their fourth straight win to improve the 13 and 6. Jordan Clarkson 22 points, Kotlin Sexton 20 to lead the jazz. They've lost four straight and 5 to 12 and ten. George Canada, Phoenix

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Fresh update on "canada" discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

00:46 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "canada" discussed on Men In Blazers

"A podcast, just imagine John herdman totally nude with a tiny, telling the Canadian flag covering his genitalia. Both laughed and off in the press conference today saying that my wife wishes she had that guy, yeah, workout goals. It's because I've got a bit of a gut now. And the only text he's had from her is to work out before he comes home. But he also admitted, and I love this too. He said, I will learn from that one. He said, I was a bit too honest. This is my first World Cup. Honestly, I admire him all the more for that. You've got to think about it. It takes a special leader in our era of doubling down on your bullshit. To ahead of a seismic clash, his project, his team, his stake so high to become the story and what he did instead of upping the ante, which is what he's meant to do. He defused a moment with candor. He admitted a mistake with charm and authenticity in a touch of humility. Having said that, I believe it will have zero impact on the Croatian media. And they're helping national mission, not just to destroy John herdman, but to avenge their honor by destroying Canada and the whole letter F but to our Canadian cousins, you are the kings of Concacaf. I admire you so much and wish you courage, make great memories tomorrow. You beautiful Canucks. Yeah.

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Small Business Saturday entices local shoppers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 16 hrs ago

Small Business Saturday entices local shoppers

"After all, the Black Friday sales at the big box stores and online retailers, it's now small business Saturday created to support all the neighborhood stores. Awesome Brooklyn is a small gift store that just hit the 5 year mark and owner Vanessa raptopoulos calls it her baby. My neighbors and my customers are like the best people ever. They get me up in the morning. They get me motivated to find them the best gifts in Brooklyn. Nicole hill and Brad clem vicious recently moved to Brooklyn from Canada and it's their first small business Saturday. We're getting some ornaments. We don't have any of our holiday ornaments. Supporting the people that live in the community instead of just giant. Giant corporations that don't really care where you buy their stuff. Julie Walker, New York

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Fresh update on "canada" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

01:28 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "canada" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Demin or to get many looks as they say. At breaking the serve. But I just don't think I don't see you can count out demon or as just on paper this should happen. He makes me feel that there's more to him in Davis Cup than there is on the tour. He's a he's a more dangerous player. In this competition. And I'm not even going to ask you to preview a potential doubles match because who on earth knows he'll be playing in it that probably get Daniel Nestor out of retirement or something. Wild card that will throw us up. All I can say is I hope it goes down to the nose. We've had four in a row. And it is such a great way to conclude a tie. It sets Davis copper part, doesn't it and Billie Jean King cup as well. The way it elevates the doubles and okay, it can also minimize the doubles in that you might end up just not playing it all together. But when it is played, everything's on it. It is maximized and highlighted in elevated and that's great. One other talking point with Canada, David and maybe this seems a little indelicate. Given, you know, we should be celebrating the fact that they've reached the final and we do and we have. But there is the very big question of whether they should even have been playing in these Davis Cup finals at all. And there is a pretty strong argument that they should not have been. They were a wild card entry, essentially replacing Russia after Russia was banned from the competition, which is something I absolutely think is the right thing, but Canada had been eliminated fair and square at the qualifying stage and then were essentially reinstated into the tournament because a vacancy became available and they were selected subjectively by the board. I believe. Yeah, I mean, I think they might have used the rankings in the end to decide it, but your subjectively deciding, I think, how you're going to decide it. And look, I think it's brought into sharper focus because that tie, that qualifying tyre first round tie in March of this year, played in the Netherlands, they lost 8 sets to zero. And they didn't have Denis Shapovalov on the team, they didn't have Felix sociology on the team. Their team was Alexis galano, Stephen Diaz, Peter Polanski and Braden schneer. That was their team, and they did not win one set in 8, and then the final rubber, the 5th rubber that didn't play, because it was no longer needed. And I think look, there's some people out there like mardy fish as the U.S. captain who was very vocal at the time. And said, why are they in this? Why have they got the chance to win this thing now? And now they are in the final. I mean, nobody's mentioned it this week. But it does warrant mentioning as a bit of an asterisk I think. I think there will be. The size of that asterisk will be a matter of perception and judgment, but that asterisk is there for sure it feels deeply unsatisfactory. Just as it did with GB, Billie Jean King cup, the situation there was that they were eliminated at their qualifier in April, I think it was. And at that stage, the venue for the finals hadn't been selected. The venue was then subsequently chosen as Glasgow and GB were reinstated given a wild card as the host. Now obviously that tournament is very much elevated for having the host team present. I don't think we've lost enough home in a way. It definitely shouldn't, we shouldn't be having a situation where a country is hosting that isn't represented in the finals. However, it did not feel right that a country that had been eliminated fair and square by competition. We're playing thereby rendering that qualification tie completely irrelevant. You know, it does, it feels very unsatisfactory and just leaves a slightly sour taste. I don't know, you know, these finals are elevated for having Canada there, those finals are elevated for having GB there, but it's a slippery slope, isn't it? You know, the integrity of the competition should come first. I think I understand in this situation that the situation with Russia is so extreme that I don't know how you can necessarily plan for those things. And they also have the financial element and who can stage these events who can actually do it. Not everybody can. And that's one of the things that they're running into. I'm hopeful that the success of them will come to the fore in the end and make it a lot more easy to be equitable in terms of how you stage the events and all that sort of thing. But I don't think wildcard should exist in this tournament. I really don't think there should be Davis Cup wildcards. I just don't think that there should be I agree. I've got another idea for the Davis Cup, which I'll tell you about tomorrow. Which I want to float float by you on the show, but you know, I'm still I'm still encouraged because I've enjoyed it. Way more than I expected to all week long. It's been a good week. It has. And I can't really call it tomorrow. Paper says Canada, but got a little feeling frustrated. I'll go Canada just because of the strength of their singles players, but I have, I definitely have a feeling in the pit of my stomach that Australia could cause the upset here. They're going to love being underdogs, aren't they? Yeah, we'll let them Hewitt said it, didn't they? Right? That's for tomorrow. One more day if the Davis Cup finals, I'm looking forward to it, David, tell me it doesn't start at 9 a.m.. It doesn't start at 9 a.m..

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USD/CAD eyes Macklem, FOMC

MarketPulse

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

USD/CAD eyes Macklem, FOMC

"1 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. U.S. dollar to Canadian dollar is macklem, FOMC. The Canadian dollar has edged lower on Wednesday. In the North American session, ask cat is trading at 1.3428, up 0.42. Is Canada heading towards a recession the Canadian consumer is in a sour mood. I don't blame her, given the cost of living crisis and higher mortgage payments due to rising interest rates. Retail sales for September

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Fresh update on "canada" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

02:39 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "canada" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Any of us should ever have seen. I mean, I know Italians wear emotion well. Don't they? They experience it very viscerally and very palpably and those images of very teeny and fanini and the press conference it's a lot, isn't it? And they're reminded me of that press conference by teeny did last year in shirin when he had to pull out of his home tournament, pulling the baseball cap down over his eyes, just it's a lot of Italian emotion. Isn't it? And I love to see that level of caring. If it's not too sadistic to say that level of heartbreak I'm sort of pleased that they are experiencing that intent and emotion about it, but it was tough to see. I mean, the taya bertini deserves a break in 2023. Yeah, it does. He does. And I think the good news is he's still got plenty left to offer. You know, he's not old. He's tough and strong and motivated and I don't think he's necessarily going to get that much better, but I think he's lucky. Really, really good. Yeah, he can get lucky. You're right. He does need something to fall his way. But I mean, just those emotions, we can do a proper sort of review of the week and of Davis Cup generally and what we think about it and the format and everything we can do that tomorrow. But I do feel looking at those and feeling those emotions that all these guys were going through and we've had it on a daily basis. Some things write about this thing. And I've loved the week as a result of that. Every day I've felt uplifted and like I've experienced something cool. Yeah, I absolutely feel the same and the question for nini afterwards saying, I'm 36. I don't know if this opportunity will come again. That was pretty tough to hear, wasn't it? Yeah. And Davis Cup, it is about winning it, isn't it? Nobody's putting Davis Cup semifinalist on their CV. It's kind of win or nothing. With any losing team. No matter if it's even reaching the final and losing, you get those desolate scenes. They don't have that moment where they're doing the runner up speech and everybody's being nice. They don't get that in the same way. They're just gutted. Yeah. Oh, Italians being gutted is a real, really intense mood. But it was Bannon stout, David, by Canadians being thoroughly delighted. There's a couple of talking points for Canada aren't there. There's the looking ahead to the final and how big an advantage it is for Australia that they've had the extra days rest. Going into tomorrow's final. I think it could actually be quite big. What do you think? I think it feels to me like it equals it out a bit more because on paper, again, Canada should be winning this thing because they have such a superior. number two position on paper. Shapovalov should be beating Cochran because he should be beating Thompson. Who are they going to pick? Who are Australia going to go with because cock and Arcus was unconvincing the other day against charit and Thompson has been a revelation. It's just that he is on paper limited by comparison. I think that they should be going for Thompson personally. I think that they should just put him in there and get him to challenge chape a lot. Get him to get him to come up with the goods. Time after time after time. Yeah, keep him honest. And with the fatigue and with the fact that, you know, they were very honest that Shapovalov was feeling it out there. He's a fit lad, but he also has been on his holiday already. Do you think there's any risk that Shapovalov won't be fit to play? Might be, but what's your other option? I mean, you then looking at Vassar prosper, I think, because your next player, who can play singles, but is not on that level of those two. I don't think they've been banking on needing to do that. And so I think unless Shapovalov's properly injured, he'll be playing. And they'll, again, you're asking him to come up with the goods for long enough. And we know he's capable. I mean, he should be going in his favor against either one of them, but I think I'll be going Thompson. I do, and just getting him to make players and make as many balls as he possibly can. Who did he beat on the first day? I can't remember who it was. Was it the guy from the Netherlands? I think it was, isn't it? The guy from the Netherlands. It was telling Greek sport, David. That was him, yeah. Kind of. It was a little bit of a guy from the Netherlands. Yes. He's got the bigger game. Yeah. You're right. Thompson just absorbed it all. And just hung around. I think Tom Jordan Thompson could be a real pest to a tired and potentially slightly physically compromised Denis Shapovalov. I mean, obviously on a good day on a hot streak, Denis Shapovalov has way more in his arsenal than Jordan Thompson, but it's not as simple as that. So look, fatigue definitely could play a part here in the favor of Canada. And in the favor of Australia. And then you get the two, the two mister Davis cups up against one another. What's going to give? They seem against him in all. Well, again, it should be augie aliasing in terms of games. He is the more accomplished player he's got the bigger game. And if he's serving well, it's going to be

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The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 3 d ago

The Origins of Thanksgiving With Bill Federer

"Bill, tell us, why do we celebrate Thanksgiving? What is the story of Thanksgiving? Well, the little background. So the king of England was a globalist. He was a one world government guy with him at the top. The British empire controlled in the Australia New Zealand Hong Kong brisk ionic Canada Barbados Bermuda Jamaica and America. And so America's founders wanted to break away from this globalist one world government king. And so they flipped it and made the people became. And so where did they get this idea that you could rule yourself without a king? Well, it came from the pilgrims and that it came from the calvinist Puritans that came from the reformation and then they got their ideas from ancient Israel. That first 400 years out of Egypt, it's called the Hebrew republic. And it's the first instance in recorded history of a nation with millions of people and no king. And there's around 1400 BC up to about a thousand BC. And it worked because every single citizen was taught the law. And they were personally accountable to God to follow the law. So this period of history is called the Hebrew republic. And these calvinist puritan scholars study this so intently that they were nicknamed Christian hebrews. So in 1517, Martin Luther starts the reformation and for about a century before the age of enlightenment, you have these scholars in Europe studying, not just the Bible in their own language, but this particular first 400 year period, this Hebrew republic. And that's why they taught Hebrew at Yale and Harvard. They were amazed at coming up with a form of government without a king. And again, it's based on this idea that you teach everybody the law and then everybody walks around aware that they're accountable to a God who's watching them watch them to be fair and it's going to hold them accountable in the future.

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Fresh update on "canada" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

00:52 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "canada" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Hard. His footwork is the most incredible thing that his ability to just use that athleticism and balance to get in the right position. Pretty much no matter where you put the ball. When he's on his game, you can slice and dice him, and he will still get around it. And sort you out if he's on form. And the servers just become such a reliable weapon. So if that can transition successfully, I think Australia could be really interesting with him because he looks in a really good place. And a lot of people answered various tweets about him that we put out with the question mark around fangs. Is this the moment he shows he's got this killer instinct and he's clinical and he will just go out and beat people. Well, I think recent history would say that he's made major strides in that in that regard. He still needs to go out and do it at the Australian open and at the French Open at Wimbledon and the U.S. open because he hasn't done enough for that. But that's for next year. He can only handle at the moment what he's got in front of him. And I think he's making strides here. Yeah, I agree. I still don't think these are necessarily strides that tell me, give me an awful lot more data than we've already had from the last few weeks in terms of Grand Slam success because they're the big caveats they're best of 5 sets. Outdoors, you know, these strides that he's making now are over best of three sets indoors. And that will be a caveat until I see him in grand slams next year. But as you say, you can only do what he's got in front of him and he's doing it. Musetti David. You're less cynical about him than I am. I've got some explaining to them, haven't they? How do you feel about him after the after the match today? Three and four, it was for auger theme. And I do think that was largely down to Felix. But I also have question marks about musetti. Well, I mean, indoors, he's the opposite. He doesn't look at home at all indoors, really, where he's rushed and he knows what he's supposed to do and he's trying to step forward and meet firewood fire the way you meant to. But he just at the moment doesn't have the stroke production. I don't think that really goes with that. And so I mean, my feeling is that I'm probably going to make some fairly forthright predictions about what he's going to do on Kleenex here. I just think he's so well suited to the surface and we've seen that before because his breakthrough results came on. I just think he's going to make some major moves on that because he's got everything really for clay. And I think he could do well on some of the slower out or hardcourts surfaces where it bounces high and all that sort of thing. But God, he looked rushed in this. He never seemed to be able to he couldn't really impact our jealousy. He couldn't throw him off or you need to be able to retaliate. And he wasn't able to retaliate often enough in the main problem, was he just couldn't get near the serve because I am not a great fan of some of the graphics that are put up in tennis matches showing all sorts of things about serves and all this. But when they show the groupings of the serve of our scene and where it goes, it was incredibly precise. And he just has, you know, they say, oh, he hits his spots. That's one of those sayings, isn't it that commentators use or coaches use? My goodness, this guy hits his spots. He aims for a certain point. And even if he misses it, he misses it by got lunch. I'm really interested to see whether he can maintain that outdoors. I don't know how much the toss will be thrown off by outdoor conditions, all of that kind of thing. Very, very interesting one. But look, he dealt with what was in front of him today. Brilliantly. So Felix George seemed levels things up. One rubber piece, so I'm thinking, Shapovalov, pospisil, against belly for Nene. Didn't really occur to me, David, that it wouldn't be that lineup. How were you feeling? Well, at the end of the second singles, I did think Asia is coming in here because for a few reasons one, he cleaned up Mercedes in an hour and a quarter. It hadn't been very taxing or an hour and a half. And chef vala would put three and a quarter hours in an already had his back manipulated during his match against sonic. Those two things were both the case. Two days ago, when Canada faced Germany. They were apart from the back thing, which did slightly make me concerned on his behalf, particularly as he went off. After that manipulation, that's when the wheels started to come off. And then what happened was he did an interview and Colin Fleming nigh on had to chase him to get him to answer a question before he disappeared, and he says, I'm only going to ask you one question because he was clear that I was jealous and wanted to get out of there. And he said, are you going to play the doubles? And he said, Dennis has had a three hour match. I've had a short match. Captain will make the decision, but I'm ready to play is what he said. And it just felt instantly like this is going to happen. And so off he goes. Do you think you would have known that going into a singles? There's a good chance you're going to be playing doubles today Felix. That's a good question. I don't know. I don't, I think at the start of the day, they would have probably been expecting to play Shapovalov. Yeah. But then the fact that Felix is giving that answer presumably without at that stage having had the discussion with Frank dancevic implies that

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Doug Breaks Down What Happened in the Recent Elections

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:00 min | 6 d ago

Doug Breaks Down What Happened in the Recent Elections

"Go back. I mean, also, as I said, we were on the very low end of the races. Still being called, we still got some folks who still, you know, races have not been called in California. We've got one in a recount in Colorado. Just a lot still left going on. So as we deal with this coming up, the, I think the issues that we have to face artists. What happened? Why did the Senate in which Republicans thought that they were going to get a 51 seat or a 52% majority ended up getting a back to status quo? I've got many texts and many calls from folks saying, you know, just pointing out the fact that, yes, the Republicans flip the house, but if you look at the pure numbers, then what happened over a $1 billion was spent and we ended up basically in the same exact numerical position that we had beforehand. Now there's one change that could come. We could, you know, the Democrats are fighting for the 51st seat down here in Georgia. If Herschel Walker wins, then that seat, then it'll be back to 50 50 with Kamala Harris, breaking all the ties. Let's break this down a little bit. What happened? Why did it happen? I still a little bit early. But we're seeing some trends that develop. And I want to talk about the election and what does all this mean. And then we're going to go back into what happened in the last few days with leadership elections and how that the results of these elections have played into that. So first off, one of the things that I think that we have to just take into account something we've talked about here on the podcast with many guests before, and that is a Canada's Mac. At the end of the day, candidates matter. Endorsements are great, endorsements help you endorsements give you credibility if you don't have credibility. It gives you an edge if there's a disparity maybe or there's an unknown factor in your race. I think this 2022 election cycle will prove that out many times over, but it is not the only thing that you need.

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Fresh update on "canada" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

00:43 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "canada" discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"And yet, at the same time, when there were deep in the third set, whilst on paper, no, he shouldn't have come back because of all the reasons that we've discussed. He felt that he feels more reliable in that situation. Is that a state? Is that statement about Lorenzo sonego or is that statement mostly about Danny Shapovalov, who? I'd say more about chapeau love. We're big fans of you don't want him playing for your life, do you? Well, look who he's lost to this week. Jan lenard and Lorenzo sonego shouldn't be happening. And look, I feel some people may feel like that's being harsh on him, and I'm sure his teammates and captain would defend him to the hill. They were saying he left everything out there for three and a quarter hours. I don't doubt that he did that. He tried his heart out, but he should have been winning. He should have won. He should have won the other day as well, and he doesn't win enough of those. And it's like, once again, it's where's the reliable pattern of point winning for you. And there's not enough of it. If he just had a little bit of what auger seem has in that respect, auger sim is now, it may not set the world on fire in terms of how exciting it is, but just in terms of running around a backhand to hit a forehand and to put it on the money in either corner and just where you down. He is just becoming a master at that when he's on indoors. And Shapovalov needs to have some really interesting contrast, isn't it? It's amazing to think that those two are, I don't think they're not friends anymore, but they're certainly not as close as their work they were from what I gather. They used to be teepees in a pod, didn't they? When Denis Shapovalov first made his breakthrough, he was always saying, yeah, wait till you see my best mate Uzi, younger than me come through so much better than I am. But on the court, they're so different. Aren't they? You know, if they could meet in the middle somewhere, if Felix have just an ounce of the looseness and razzmatazz of Denis Shapovalov, I think that would do him good and Denis Shapovalov could have a little bit of the methodical cerebral methodical cerebral tennis that meet me potatoes tennis, you know, a bit of the, I know that's so unsexy and so on glamorous, but you know, some of tennis does need to be paint by numbers. It's effective. It's those patterns of play, David, you're talking about. I know these are really unsexy turns of phrase, but I think they would go an awful long way for someone like Denis Shapovalov as much as I like to see him win points with feet off the ground into out single handed backhands, lovely. If only it were possible to win every point like that, but not even the greatest player in the world can win every point playing tennis like that. It's not possible. But I don't know, I don't know if his I don't know if his mind will allow him to go down that avenue David. No, I mean, we'll find out in the years to come. There was a moment I think we said finish up, I was still going to be playing casino tennis when he's 35, isn't he? And I thought, yeah, I mean, he went well do. And the thing is he's already having a very lucrative and successful career in terms of a lot of eyeballs on him. He gets show court matches, he has some runs. He's got plenty of money. He's a hero back home in the eyes of some. I don't know about everybody. I don't know what the general view of him is. I do get quite a lot of we do get quite a lot of emails. Sometimes saying that they wish we would go a bit easier particularly on Felix Australia seem a lot of our Canadian listeners or talk about the pride they have in them bows. And because they haven't had that many players like this before. And they're very young and all that sort of thing. It's just that, well, I think what it is is that we hope that they are going to amount to more than they already are. And in Sheffield's case, I don't see an urgency to do anything different to what he's already doing. And I think what he's doing currently is not going to get him much further in the game. And look at if he's happy with that, then fine. He only has to look himself in the mirror he doesn't owe us anything, but we are judging him by his talent and his ability and that's what we want from him. He may have different expectations of himself, and that is that is okay. If, you know, in 20 years time, he's retired and he looks back and goes out a really nice time on tour at a good ranking, giving myself a really nice life, whatever that might look like, absolutely fine. He owes us nothing, but we are not him. We're not in his head. We have, you know, we judge tennis and its players by slightly different parameters, don't we? So that's where we're at with him, and I love to see into out feet off the ground backhand winners, so I would really love to see more of those. So yeah, we might see more of them in the Davis Cup. David, because we're going to be seeing Canada again. And when they were one rubber down, cursive Lorenzo sonic goes victory 6 four and third. I still very much back to Felix George seemed to come out and beat Lorenzo Mercedes for all the reasons we discussed on last night's pod, but it really did put the pressure on Felix as early as it magnified his position as the breadwinner of that Canadian team, didn't it? We are relying on you. We assuming that you're a W in that column. Yeah. And he was good to that because he didn't flicker for a second. I thought masetti played well from the baseline. He could not handle the guy serve. He couldn't get it back. Enough times he couldn't get close to breaking it. And he had a couple of let downs on his own serve and as early as he was just on him. And again, those patterns of play, particularly with the forehand, they're running around it. And you're not always sure which direction he's going to go because he just gets his feet in the right position and he can go either side, reliably.

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Ford recalling some F-150 vehicles due to wiper motor

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Ford recalling some F-150 vehicles due to wiper motor

"There's a Ford recall due to a windshield wiper issue Ford is recalling more than 550,000 F one 50 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada the problem has to do with the 2021 22 models the front windshield wiper motor may stop functioning which means the wipers won't work and the automaker is concerned about reduced visibility in certain conditions that could increase the risk of an accident Recall notification letters are expected to be male January 3rd of next year and those affected will get a new front windshield wiper motor for free I'm Shelley Adler

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Sam Bankman-Fried Expressed Optimism About Crypto Regulations

The Officer Tatum Show

01:46 min | Last week

Sam Bankman-Fried Expressed Optimism About Crypto Regulations

"This company called FTX. Ran by a young man named Sam bankman freed. He's the founder of this company. It is a crypto exchange company, called FTX. Now, is some shady stuff that went on because people were sitting there money me and my wife watches documentary with this exact same thing happening in Canada somewhere. This guy takes your money in an exchange. And you know, of course he's keeping you hold your money in it and people got their money just locked into this thing. People are making investments. They're changing and exchanging currency and I think that's how it works, but let me not get to in the weeds. I got to do my research, but it's somewhere something related to that. And he was using people's money either donate to Republicans, a funnel money to do his own private investments and other things like that without the knowledge of the people who supposed to have some type of a trade and integrity or have at least the security or I won't say the benefit of. That's not the word I'm looking for. But they should have a level of security that the trade in the security. Instead of that, he went on to manipulate their money and end up losing billions of dollars in a week. When that tremendous loss happened, a lot of financial people begin to investigate into what would happen there. What is this all about? And they can see that he funneled tons of money to Democrats. And there was a zelensky connection here, which the Ukrainian government denied.

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Rolling Back the Wave of Cultural Marxism With Katie Gorka

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last week

Rolling Back the Wave of Cultural Marxism With Katie Gorka

"Have in studio none other than my boss, my muse. Katie gawker. Katie, it's been a long time. I haven't seen you in a while. Husband, it's been at least 20 minutes. Oh, why are you writing my credit instantly there? Although you have been on the road quite a bit lately, so it's nice to have you back in the swamp at least with me. And we have perfect timing for this discussion because you launch something very special today at the heritage foundation. You've been working on it for, I don't know, it feels like years, along with Mike Gonzales. So what is the title of the report that you've launched? It's how cultural Marxism threatens the United States and the most important part because it's always so what part, how Americans can fight it. So first things first, you and I national security backgrounds. I've been teaching Canada for almost 20 years. We had a company together, you specialize on the ideology of Jihad as well. You rose up through the swamp to actually serve the presidential appointee at the Department of Homeland Security. So why this paper? We'll talk about why the timing, but you're an expert on external threats. Now you're looking inwards. So give us the reason for this massive study. So it really came about because of my colleague, Mike Gonzalez, at the heritage foundation. Mike is has been absolutely extraordinary. These last three years, his focus in his expertise is really identity politics. Undermining what the left cause identity, but the truth about it. Yes. Right. The truth about the book on BLM and everything else. Yes. And actually, his extraordinary work, which I think came out before the book on BLM was a book where he really showed how we constructed this notion of Hispanic identity. I mean, before that, people would come here and they would just want to become Americans. But the left created these identities. Now to the point at which there's a box you tick on a federal form. Exactly. And that's exactly one of the points he makes, and that's exactly one of the points we address in our paper that we need to get rid of that. We want to be Americans. We don't want to be in our individual boxes. So

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Fundamentals Matter When It Comes to Elections

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Fundamentals Matter When It Comes to Elections

"Where I'm going to go back to probably the biggest issue that we've talked about on this podcast. Many times, and that is the fundamentals matter. Fundamentals matter when it comes to rice Canada's matter and how Canada's run matters. Walker is an example here Warnock is an example here. Both of them are flawed Candice in the sense that the public in polling didn't trust them. They're 5 unfavor numbers were upside down. And it does appear, though, that walker had a little bit more of a tug on that issue both going down because you could see the breakdown that Kemp out performed walker significantly almost four points or more in this election cycle with upwards of almost a 100,000, 200,000 most depending on where we're at right now. What does that mean? It means that people did not want to vote for Brian Kemp, maybe because of how he handled the past four years as governor, the elections, the pandemic, everything else. And for whatever reason, the refine Republicans could not vote for or did not vote for Herschel Walker. I saw a lot of signs yesterday that says that people were going to be voting for Brian camper and others on the republic ticket, but they simply left the saying it rice off. So again, we'll see what happens right now. Right now currently as we speak here early on a Wednesday morning, the Republican and Democrat in Georgia looked to be headed to a runoff, although there is room right now because Warnock is actually ahead by about 30,000 votes. There is some room that if the numbers broke very, very well for Warnock, he could win without a runoff. That would be, I think, amazing story devastating for Senate hopefuls in Georgia. But it is still there. That means

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Kevin 'Votestradamus' McCullough on the PA Midterm Races

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Kevin 'Votestradamus' McCullough on the PA Midterm Races

"Let's talk about some of these campaigns. Which ones must Rihanna, we've been talking about him a lot. And again, I hope he's going to get on the program today. But for him to win, we would kind of take a miracle, but I believe in miracles, I believe it's possible for the people of Pennsylvania to come to their senses. It looks good for Doctor Oz. What are some of the other races? Pennsylvania is a tough lift on both races. And I don't know why it is, to be honest with you, Eric, because corruption and Philip fetterman is an absolute vegetable. And it's not his own fault. He had a stroke, but he wasn't taking his meds. There were things he did that caused the situation that he has. But you can not send someone who's incapacitated to represent your state in the United States Senate. You have done it before. Well, I'm just saying, no normal, rational voter can look at that and go, okay, this is the guy that looks like he's up to the job. He's not. I couldn't hire him to wash dishes for me. Like, I don't know that I could trust him to go do what we need him to do in the Senate. Having said that. From looking at him that he's a cannibal, well, and we repent in Canada. We've got I know you've got a break coming up, but I want what I want to say is Pennsylvania's difficult because Oz is not leading to the degree that mastriano would be helped in mastriano's not leading. So you don't have one of the, if anything, it's going to be the Trump surge helping both of them kind of get across the finish line.

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What Do We Really Know About Any of These Candidates?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:45 min | 2 weeks ago

What Do We Really Know About Any of These Candidates?

"Comes is what do we really know many times about these candidates? Because the idea that these Lincoln Douglas filed a Macy's grand Tories of what people believe are where we find this out, we're just not seeing it anymore. You're having more limited discussion with Canada's even with the media. You're having a media that is much more hostile and much more biased. We see Carrie Lake is frankly fueling an entire campaign on the fact that she's fighting with what she is following up on what Donald Trump has said and president Trump said, fake news. Because they will constantly ask her about things that she will clarify and then they go back at it, you know, from a different angle, basically because they want to paint her as a French candidate and the media has taken that feeling that that is their role. So she's now turned it as many candidates have turned and said, look, I'm just not even going to deal with you. You're not, you know, you're not going to give an interview. I'm not going to sit down with you because you're not going to give us a fair shake. I have experienced that before. I've turned down radio interviews. I've turned down some other interviews, because I just was tired of dealing with a biased opinion. I can handle an honest question. What I don't like in many candidates don't lie, both Republicans and Democrats is when they feel like they're being attacked and that the interviewer is pressing their own political agenda. Now, if it's another candidate, I'm going to debate, I expect the other candidate to push your political agenda. I do not expect a journalist to push a political agenda or take what I have said. And then even though it is truthful, it is factual and what I've said then try to tear that down with their own opinion or their own version of the story. This is why I think people are getting more and more frustrated.

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Laura Klassen on Her New, Pulls-No-Punches Film 'The Procedure'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Laura Klassen on Her New, Pulls-No-Punches Film 'The Procedure'

"Video is called the procedure. It's four minutes long. Amazingly short. But it tells the story of what is happening right now while we're having this conversation. It's happening all across America. It's happening all around the world. It's happening in Canada. And every single one of us is whether actively or passively participating in this. This is what is happening in our country. And we are responsible for this. And we need to get the word out by sharing the video, which I have posted all over my social media and I will continue to do so. To anyone you know that has been misinformed or is confused about what we're talking about when people blithely say things like I'm all about a woman making decision between her and her doctor and you say, great, great. What decision? To have an abortion. Okay, what do you know what that is? What does that mean? Can we look at it? Let's look at it. So this video is an animation of what happens and that's happening every day. And we need to face this. If you don't face it and get other people to face it, you're being a hypocrite, because you're responsible for this. Laura, I just want to ask you this, this is a true story. This is the narrative of a man who was called in to help with an ultrasound. What happened to him? I mean, I was kind of amazed when I watched this short film that he was able to be there while this was happening. I mean, it's an astonishing thing. I know. Well, he said he just froze. And just even, you know, looking back, he really regrets not doing something or saying something, but he was in just so much shock. And this was his job. He was just doing his job. So, you know, he regrets that. As I said, he quit and he vowed that he would never again participate in an abortion. And he is now working at another hospital as an ultrasound technician currently. Well,

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Laura Klassen's Journey to Directing Her New Film 'The Procedure'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Laura Klassen's Journey to Directing Her New Film 'The Procedure'

"Now, Laura klos and welcome to the program. Hi, thank you so much for having me. How Laura, how did you find yourself directing this short animated I should say, film, what have you been doing with your life up to this point that you found yourself directing what I see as a really vital vital short film? Right. Well, so I'm the founder and director of an anti abortion organization here based in Canada called choice for two. And half of what we do is try to change the culture through media. So that is where this video plays into what we do. And this story is a true story. And on my social media about a year ago, I had just made a post asking, are there any medical professionals who have witnessed or been involved with surgical abortion? Would you message me? I just wanted to hear their side of things. And I got quite a few messages. And this was one of them. It's a true story from this man. And when I read it, it was just so powerful. The way that he had explained it initially. And then I talked with him more. And just came up with the idea of making a video out of this and having this story seen hopefully by millions.

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Caller Is Ready to Vote for President Trump in 2024

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller Is Ready to Vote for President Trump in 2024

"And so excited, close those borders. This is a man who loves the United States of America. He loves this country so much. Hey, put up with all this black to run in the first place. And he's getting doing it again. I admire him tremendously to get the borders closed for many reasons are teenagers die when they get one dose of fentanyl. There's no second chance for them. Yeah, Dina, you're right about that. And those borders, it's just a drug tunnel, it's insane the amount of drugs coming across the border and Biden's done absolutely nothing about that. And get us back to work somehow, you have to scrutinize those that are on the door because there's so many that are there that it's not this fake. And I don't know how you do that, but we need workers everywhere. I was out of store. And down in Canada and the man had to be flown in from Arizona to work there because they had absolutely no one to work in their store. So you're saying Trump has your vote. You believe Trump is the guy that can fix everything that's broken. Yes, yes, because he loves the country. That's the bottom line. He wants the best for us. And get China out. I mean, whatever. And he has a heart for the unborn, because they're very much alive in his book.

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Doug Assesses Kari Lake's Chances in Arizona

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Doug Assesses Kari Lake's Chances in Arizona

"Let's move to what I believe is going to be a definite pickup for a hold for Arizona and Republicans is Carrie Lake. She is moving up in the polls while Hobbs is moving down. I'm going to speak to this. This one is a classic case of what I see wrong in politics, especially from the Democrats and how they've chosen to take and move their elections really away from the actually engaging and involving Katie Hobbs is here like Joe Biden, so to speak in the base, but not willing to make care of climb to claim that carrier likes views or radical and that bad and she wasn't going to give her a platform. The problem is that nobody knows who Katie Hobbs is that she's become the epitome of what is wrong with politics and when you do that in a year in which you have state slack Arizona and others who are not in favor of the president and President Biden who seems to do the same thing. It's just a continuation and frankly she's facing those headways. Kelly is doing debates with Kelly is still facing those same headwinds. This one is one I have been saying now for the last month. As Carrie LEGO, so goes Arizona. She has been the engine driving these races doing a phenomenal job in reaching people, getting press. And highlighting the message and not taking any bull. She is definitely a no bull Canada out in Arizona and Lake is I think boys to win this. I think she wins it. She also masters also wins his race and this again is a hold seat for Republicans going forward. It'll be interesting again to see how she governs in this rights, but right now I think Carrie Lake has the edge. She is trending ahead and Katie Hobbs is running a cowardly campaign. And frankly, all you can put to

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Fetterman's doctor says he's recovering well from May stroke

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Fetterman's doctor says he's recovering well from May stroke

"A day before President Biden campaigns for a Pennsylvania Senate Canada John fetterman is getting a boost from a doctor months after suffering a stroke The democratic nominees campaign as released a doctor's note saying fetterman is recovering well while doctor Clifford Chen says fetterman does have lingering stroke effects involving speech He has no work restrictions Fetterman's in a tight race with the GOP's mehmet Oz a heart surgeon who has questioned fetterman's fitness to serve Here at The White House The president feels that he is he is very much capable of doing the job Biden spoke some in Korean John Pierre earlier this week before the president's due to campaign for fetterman tomorrow in Philadelphia Sagar Meghani at The White House

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Is There Global Recognition of the FBI's Problems?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:29 min | Last month

Is There Global Recognition of the FBI's Problems?

"There any in Canada internationally in the UK? Do you think there's a sentence outside of America if you look at the media? Of an awareness of how problematic and institution the FBI has become, or is this not a story? It is a story. Look, I think there is I think it is widely felt informed people in all advanced Western countries, and they all obviously watch American affairs closely, that there are some serious problems in the American political system right now. The whole idea of the Department of Justice has been used for political reasons. It's extremely distressing to anyone who cares about democracy anywhere. The federal police force and one that has in general been highly regarded professionally. It should be the subject of this kind of discussion is disturbing to anyone who wishes America well. And see American politics in this condition where utterly absurd things are being done. I mean, I leaving one border completely open as millions of people flood in. And the secretary of the cabinet directly responsible just repeats like an automaton on auto queue. The voters, which disturbs anyone, which is America well, which is essentially everybody in the western world, because if the United States falters were all in real problems.

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"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

05:52 min | Last month

"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"You've got a home set up and this is the great thing as well again and we'll get into all this with that. It can explain this in more detail, but it just seems to me they've really given this some thought and they've really considered the fact that a lot blind people do work from home or prefer to work from home. And what a great opportunity. If you've got a home set up, I mean, look, we're at home. We do a daily show nationally across Canada, worldwide on podcasts, and all the rest. And we do it all from our home, and it's great.

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Doug's Advice for ANY Political Candidate

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

Doug's Advice for ANY Political Candidate

"All of you Canada's out there, I don't care if you're, you know, what side of the fence you're on. Here's your issue that you need to deal with. If you're confronted with an issue, if you're confronted with a problem, the best way to handle it, especially if it's something that people can see and visually assess for themselves or read for themselves is to tell the truth. Start off with say, hey, I messed up, or hey, I believe this. You may not agree with me, but here is why I believe it. This is what's wrong with American politics today. It's what's wrong, I see on both conservative and liberal sides. Addressed it from the perspective in this one in the highlighted with this incident on ejaculation and the president that I believe sums up where we're at in American politics and American media today. Even the media at the Jaguars deflection and basically live, Jean Pierre said, would not let it go. Even the media that has been friendly and you're starting to see this more and more when they talk about gas prices and everything. It will eventually erode the trust that you have. So my advice to people in life, jobs, families, and in politics, especially. If you're easily verified. Or easily shot down, then you need to tell the truth. You need to come clean and deal with it that way, and then move on.

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"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

02:25 min | 9 months ago

"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Just feels so nice. It's so thin, but I opened it up, touched the keyboard and immediately knew I wasn't going to keep this laptop. This wasn't for me. It's just it's amazing what a difference the keyboard makes. You know, it's just so well made the rest of the laptop. And I showed a keyboard as well made, but it's shiny, and it's flush. And it's just ah, trying to find like the space bar, it was difficult and your hands just sort of slide over it. Your fingertips, there's no friction to it. And it's a real shame. It's to raise enough for the keys aren't raised enough, I guess, because I have definition. They do, but things like the space bar, the space bar seems to be flush with the just above the touch touchpad area. It doesn't stick out enough. So it just makes it difficult to find. And I'm sure aesthetically and visually, I'm sure it looks absolutely stunning. But from a use point of view, ah, it's just a keyboard makes all the difference when it comes to a laptop. Because, you know, that's the main thing you're using. Yeah, but I did like the laptop itself. It's just I can't use it. And where can people find Shaun of the shed, Sean? Oh, thank you. Yes, you can find it in your favorite podcast app or your smart speaker simply look for AMI audio exclusives. Thank you so much for being by my side this week. I appreciate you helping me chat for the hour. Thank you. You were great, by the way. I want to use the word alien again. We'll follow sitting in for the ailing Stephen Scott, thank you guys for being here this week. We'll be back. Next week, Sean, thank you for being here. Thank you. On this edition of double tap Canada. Thank you guys. Thanks for listening, and keep your feedback coming. Call one 8 four four 9 7 one one 9 9 9 and leave us a voicemail. Email, feedback at AMI dot CA. We're also on Twitter at double tap Canada, and on Facebook can't wait till next week, ask your smart speaker to play double tap Canada, or listen on the podcast app of your choice. Thanks for listening. Catch you again next time. This was an AMI podcast. For more accessible media, visit AMI dot CA..

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"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

04:37 min | 9 months ago

"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"That's my take on what Apple is today. And you're saying, yeah, I actually, I agree with that. When you start when the price starts going up, you're talking about more SSDs, more memory and things like that. It's all sort of extras, but when we're talking about the performance, the CPU, yeah, they're all going to give you great performance. And if we look at the iPads, how much difference is there between the because isn't there an entry level iPad, the educational one for around, I don't know, $400 or something. Yeah, that's an iPad. We're a 9th generation when it comes to that model. It still has the home button. Four 29. Four 29. And what's the performance difference between that and let's say the M1 iPad air? You'd have to really, I mean, you have to put that to the test benchmark wise because that one still has the a 13. Chip in there. It does. The neural engine. But the a 13 and the M the M1 are very similar. Inside the monitor. Just get that right. Even monitor has the same brain as the iPad. It's also lightning connector. It doesn't work with the second generation pencil. There's these differences there, right? Did you also write? Did you also read that you can attach, I think the latest iPad air and the iPad pros, not the iPad mini unfortunately. You can add the latest ones to the display monitor as well. So you can just plug them straight in. They'll get charged. Well, they just make this a computer. Come on, just give us put on macOS. Come on. Give it up. Give us the option. So to come. iPhone SE and a question to mark about what the Mac pro can look like and what even would be like as a device. A tuna fish, a tuna fish. Stick around. This is double tap Canada. We'll be back in a moment..

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Well, hello, everyone. It's Terry Fisher here. And I know it's been a little while since we spoke. Well, I'm here and I wanted to give you a little bit of an update on what's been going on. First of all, I want to thank all of you for reaching out and checking up on me because you haven't heard from me in a little over a week now. And I was blown away by how many people were reaching out and wanting to know if I was okay. And yes, I am okay. I have been off the air for the last week or so because simply I got to the point where I wanted to take a little bit of a break. I have been doing this flash briefing for 5 years literally every single day. Until this past week, I had not missed a single day in just about 5 years. And it has been unbelievably rewarding and so much fun to bring you the flash briefing and give you a little tip about Lexi every single day. After 5 years, I got to the point where I simply needed to take a little bit of a break. And I decided to do that over the past week. And here I am filling you in on that and also what is going to be happening with the flash briefing going forward. So again, I just want to reiterate, I want to thank you so much for all of your support. Thank you for being a listener. Thank you for your kind wishes. Thank you for checking in on me. Thank you for everything that you've done to help voice in Canada become what it is. Now, when I started taking this break, one of the people that reached out to me was someone by the name of Josie ong. And I had an interaction with Josie previously because she actually took my flash briefing formula course. She created her own flash briefing, which by the way, you should definitely check out. It's called your morning minute. And it's a daily affirmation, incredible. When you hear Josie do the flash briefing, it just makes you feel so calm and relaxed. So anyway, Josie reached out to me and she said, hey, I would love to sub for you while you're taking this break. And I spoke with Josie and we had a conversation. And I told her, and I'm telling you as well, all of you, listeners, a voice in Canada. I don't know how long this break is going to be. It might be a week. It might be a couple of weeks. It might be a month, might be a couple months. I really don't know. And I told Josie that, Jose is like, hey, look, I just want to help out. She just wanted to help, no matter how long this is, whatever works for her and for her schedule, she just wanted to be a help to the voice in Canada community. Now I know that Josie has a ton of echo devices in her home. She uses Lexi on a regular basis. And I think that Josie has a ton to offer to the community. And so I am absolutely thrilled to introduce Josie as the host of The Voice and canon flash briefing for the foreseeable future. Now again, how long that's going to be? I don't know. But the other thing that I want to put out to all of you is listeners is this is actually a wonderful opportunity for the community to get involved and for us to teach each other. And so while Josie is going to be the first guest host, if you will, a voice in Canada. I hope that she will not be the last. And there's an invitation out there to you right now that if you feel that you want to take on and be part of the content for the voice in Canada flash briefing. And this truly can become a community effort, then I am all for that. And I encourage you to reach out to me. In any way that you want, either through the voice in Canada CA website, on Twitter at doctor Terry Fisher. Again, that's DRT, through the Facebook group. You can join the Facebook community at voice in Canada dot CA slash community. Any way you want. And we'll just see how it goes. Again, there are a lot of things that we're trying out and experimenting with here. I don't know again how long this is going to last, or what we're going to do. All I can say is that I have the utmost thanks and gratitude for all of you, the voice in Canada community. I want to thank Josie publicly here for really stepping up and being the first of these guest hosts for voice in Canada. As of tomorrow, you will hear Josie leading the voice in Canada flash briefing. And so a huge thanks to Josie. For now, I'm going to sign off. This won't be the last time you hear from me. I am still very much involved behind the scenes of a flash briefing. And I just look forward to follow along. I get a little bit of a break from the 5 years of the daily flash briefings. Please, I give Josie a warm welcome. Check out her stuff as well. She has a wonderful flash briefing called your morning minute. She has a wonderful podcast called affirmation pod. And you can check that out at affirmation pod dot com. With that, I wish you all the very best and we'll talk again very soon. Have a wonderful day and say hi to Josie tomorrow..

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"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Say, call us, text us to 8 four four 9 7 one 1999. That's 8 four four 9 7 one 1999. Tweet us at double tap Canada and find us on Facebook. Just search for double tap Canada. Now here's your favorite double tappers. Hello, hello, hello, yes, it is I Steven Scott back with you once again. Oh, what is wrong with you this week? I have been juicing up on all kinds of Netflix. It is ridiculous and shocking. I know. Yeah, hi, welcome to the show. It is me, Steven Scott, he.

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Hey hey Terry here, hope you're doing well. It's Friday. And yesterday I told you about the echo show 15 that is now shipping in Canada. And I also wanted to let you know today about another product that was on pre order and is now shipping in Canada and this works directly with our Lexi devices. And this is the Amazon smart air quality monitor. And the way this works or what this does is that it helps you to monitor the air environment in your home or wherever you put this device. That includes 5 key things that it's constantly monitoring. It's monitoring the particulate matter, otherwise known as p.m. in the air. It monitors for volatile organic compounds, VOCs. It matters for carbon monoxide. So if you're looking for a carbon monoxide detector, this could be a choice. It monitors humidity, and it also monitors temperature. And you can get an indication of the air quality from the color coded LED that is on the device itself. And of course, this integrates with Lexi. And if it detects any poor air quality, you get notifications on your device on your phone, or you can even set it up to have announcements through your echo devices. So there you go. The Amazon smart air quality monitor. It's 89.99. It is shipping right now and if you want to use my affiliate link, go to voice in Canada CA slash smart air, quality monitor. I know that's a little bit of a mouthful, but voice and Canada dot CA slash smart air quality monitor and it will take you right there. Really interesting. And I'm looking forward to see how this can be used in routines. So if it detects something in the air, then what happens? And I'm sure lots of you will come up with great ideas for that. So there you go. Enjoy that product. And I will.

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Hello hello, Terry here. Hope you're doing well. It's Thursday. And welcome back to the flash briefing. Today I want to tell you about something that was recently announced as well from the Amazon team. Very interesting. This is the ability to use your Lexi devices or your Lexi app for that matter to print out things. Now, this has been available in the United States for a while. But as of November 18th, Amazon announced the launch of a service called Lexi print in Canada and what this is is a way to print your lists, your recipes, games, educational content using voice commands. So this works with second generation echo devices or newer and a number of here's the technology terms. Gary, IPP enabled compatible printers. So that includes brands such as HP, brother, canon and epson. So here's how you figure it out. If your printer will work with this new Lexie print function, you simply say Lexi discover my printer. Make sure your printer is on. And if it has to be in any type of pairing mode, then make sure that it is on the pairing mode as well. You can also do the same thing through your Lexi app by going to adding devices. But essentially, the voice command is lexique discover my printer. And once you can do that, and if it pairs, successfully, then you can use it to print out those various things that I talked about. So as always, I'd love your feedback on this. If you've got this function and it's working for you, I'd love to hear how you are using it..

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"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Welcome to double tap Canada. The show where blind people talk tech. Have your say call us text us up to 8 four four 9 7 one 1999. That's 8 four four 9 7 one 1999. Tweet us at double tap Canada and find us on Facebook. Just search for double tap Canada. Now here's your favorite double tappers. Oh, hello, hello,.

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Hello hello, Terry here, happy Friday. If you've been listening to the flash briefing over the last week or two, you may have heard about the announcement that Amazon has now released the echo buds in Canada. Well, as promised, I wanted to let you know when they are actually shipping because when they first released them, they were only available for pre order. And of course, the reason that I'm making this flash briefing today is because they are officially shipping right now. So the all new echo buds, second generation, they are wireless earbuds with noise cancellation, and of course, it has Lexi built in. They come in black or white. They are selling for 179.99 and they are shipping as of today. Last time I mentioned that you can get this with a monthly payment plan and then I also had a listener tell me that the payment plan wasn't available when he went to check it out. So to be honest, I'm not sure why it does still show up on my account as monthly payments as a prime member. So I'm not sure what to tell you about that. You may or may not have the monthly payment option available to you. The monthly payment option, if it is there, it's $36 for 5 monthly payments. So a little bit more about these earbuds. They of course have Lexi built in. They can also be used to access other systems if you so choose Google Assistant and Siri. Battery life on a full charge is up to 5 hours. If you have it in the charging case or the buds in the charging case, then you are good for 15 hours. So these are pretty high-tech. They are pretty state of the art. And if you're looking for earbuds that have been specifically designed with Lexie in mind, then you might want to check out these echo buds. My affiliate link is voice in Canada dot CA slash echo buds, pretty simple. And if you choose to use that, then thanks so much. I do get a small commission, but there's no additional charge to you whatsoever. So again, that's voice in Canada. CA slash echo buds. Hope you enjoy those. And if you do get some, please let me know. I'd love to hear about your experience with them, how you like them, what you like, which you don't like perhaps. Any case I'd love to hear your feedback. Thanks again. And I'll talk to you tomorrow. Take.

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"By the way, if you're not a part of our Facebook community, I encourage you to join us, just go to a voice in Canada dot CA slash community and that will take you directly to the page. This question is from Wayne P and he says does anyone know when adaptive volume is coming to Canada? So for those of you that don't know adaptive volume is a new feature available in the United States and what it does is it allows the volume of the echo devices to automatically change based on how noisy, the background is. That's kind of essentially it in a nutshell. These questions always come up whenever there's a new feature in the United States because we always want them here too, and I can totally understand that I'd love to have this feature here as well. The bottom line is that I don't have a great answer for you. As Pete said, and the answer on the Facebook page, he said, when questions are almost impossible to or are impossible to answer as Amazon seldom if ever pre announces release dates. And that is true what Pete says. But just so you know, you can enable these types of features if you also have an Amazon.com account. So in other words, if you have registered your echoes to a dotcom account, then you have access to the U.S. features. Now, you do lose a little bit of functionality when you do that because you can't do the voice ordering directly from the device. It does change some of the locale specific features or initiatives, if you will. But nevertheless, that is one way around it. Bottom line, when is adaptive volume coming to Canada? Not sure. But I will do my best to certainly let you know when it is available. And as soon as I know, I will do a flash briefing all about it. Thanks for tuning in everybody. And I'll talk.

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Hey Terry here. All right, here is the latest announcement from Lexie live. And this one is specific to Canada, which is great. You may have heard of something called off Lexi conversations, Alexa conversations. And this is a very Advanced way that developers can design their skills to have more natural-sounding conversation with Lexi conversations. Basically is a deep learning based approach to dialogue management. And again, it enables the developers to create natural human like voice experience so you can change your mind on things. So, a good example is, you know, somebody's ordering a pizza and they change their mind in the middle of the order, you know, make that a large instead of a medium Lexi's able to respond to that. And there are so many other aspects to this, that would actually be a little bit too long to get into just in the short flash briefing. But the point of this particular flash briefing is to let you know that this technology Lexi conversations has Been expanded now to include all English locales, and of course that includes Canada. It wasn't available here previously. So this is very exciting. We are going to be seeing more and more skills that allow this natural conversation to have with Lexi. So I will keep you updated when I become aware of specific skills that incorporate this month, later technology of natural conversations, and I look forward to trying that out as I hope you will too. So I'll be in touch with you about those in the near future. All right. Hope you're having a great day. I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Hello. Terry here. It's Monday. It's a big pig week. There's lots of events going on. We got the voice ten going on, sponsored by Amazon, Lexi, and Google Assistant. We've also got voice, lies happening, Thursday, and from more about that to come. But as I spoke about last week, as you know, Lexi live was Amazon's big event last week and they announced a whole bunch of new features. One of these, I am very intrigued by because this is a teacher that has been available in the United States for quite some time now. And now it is finally available here in Canada. This is called in skill purchasing. So what that means is that now developers that are creating skills, have the option of actually selling to Canadians through the skill additional options or features or other products through the skill. So essentially, I'll give you an example. A skill may have a series of sounds that you can listen to. And so a lot of those sounds are free but if you want the expanded, Sound pack or if you want sounds, for example, without any ads or commercials you have the option of through the skill, purchasing that Premium Edition of the skill and this is wonderful because it gives the consumer, the option of purchasing those, those pieces of content that are providing some added value. And for the developer's side, it's a way for them to monetize their skills and and turn that helps grow the whole ecosystem. If you will, when it comes to Amazon Echo, devices and Lexie. So yes, Amazon just announced that took International expansion of the in skilled purchasing is live and specifically. They said that they have pushed us out to India and Canada at this time.

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"canada" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

Sandy and Nora talk politics

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

"They're telling stories that Advertisers don't want people to know about it they don't want people to know about the crimes mining crimes all around the world. They don't want canadians to know how involved we are in producing arms rate. We don't actually know this and so the international bureaus so the international bureaus literally. No reason for them to exist as a newspapers or media organizations are being hacked to the bone and the problem of course is that you know where local news can be replaced by new kinds of local reporting international reporting. Can't really be. I mean you can come up with some sort of interesting network of maybe. I don't know some kind of journalists. That's located here and there and there whatever but but that's difficult that's not. That's not the same as reporting from jerusalem in the perspective of canada right. We need to know what's happening in in in in in jerusalem and we need to know what's happening in jerusalem as its relating to canada and those are two different kinds of stories and there's just not enough there's almost no foreign reporting and so like people like if you're listening to this podcast a lot of times. We talk about how to really critically consume media. And i think that that's a really key. Part of this is to see what is missing. And why is it missing. And to to to understand the the the reason why that kind of information is often missing and why it served certain interests domestically and internationally to make sure that canadians are a really like in the dark. About what our government's what are corporations are up to around the world. And i do think that like the fine point that things are changing is really really critical. You know. I listened to the current last week and there is a segment like. I've never heard before on that. Show where they had a guest who plainly called out the fact that what is happening right now in israel is an attempt to enshrine jewish supremacy in the law and to do so at the expense of everyone else that lives in israel. Okay and the guests said this twice. An- another guest came on and echoed. That of his. It was so surprising. I really encourage people to check it out because it and you have to listen to a professor who super crusty before that and then you'll hear like a great a really great To interventions after that and it was just is said to me like okay. Maybe things are shifting here but for fox it took so long. And it's been so unacceptable. The way in which. Canada has absolutely aided the state of israel in its campaign of ethnic cleansing while the same time refusing to engage in any kind of adult discussion on. What's happening there. I mean i guess the only thing that i have to say in closing beyond this pleading with the media stylish man just canada in general to get it's fucking acting together is Just again a just how important..

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"Hello terry here. And i wanna tell you about a job. They came across recently. This is actually post linked in among other places and this is for a software development engineer for lexi guard specifically so in addition to this job being available so first of all. If you're interested in that job. I encourage you to look it up on the amazon jobs and apply for it but What i find more interesting is that they are specifically advertising for someone to work on the lexi guard Technology and this is something that is not available in canada. Now this jaw. Their advertising is specifically in vancouver. And so i have to assume that they're looking at developing this technology for us canadians. That would be great. We'd hopefully would have that feature come sooner rather than later. the little blurb about it just so that you know it says the lexi smart security team is focused on bringing lexi customers peace of mind safety insecurity about their households and loved ones. We will lexi feature such as lexi guard and integration. With smart devices such as contact and motion sensors cameras security systems et cetera. So i find this very interesting like i said. Could this mean that lexi guard is going to be coming to canada. I hope so. I guess there's no guarantee there but I find this quite encouraging and of course if you are interested in this type of and you are a software engineer then definitely check it out and maybe it could be part of the team that brings this particular feature to canada. All right. we'll be having a wonderful day. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. Look forward to speaking to you tomorrow when we off the weekend with some fun lexi commands..

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"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

Voice in Canada

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"canada" Discussed on Voice in Canada

"We've got jp The coo vixen. Labs joining us. He is incredible when it comes to voice. Technology in general is so knowledgeable. He is such a fantastic strategist. He's got all the tips and tricks when it comes to building your voice application when it comes to marketing and I think you're gonna get a lot out of this talks about the report that was put out by his company vixen. Labs called the voice commerce report. He goes into a lot of the key insights. And i think it'll be very interested in hearing his perspective and what this report showed so Without any further ado let's get right to the interview. Here is j. P. otherwise known as james poulter from vixen labs. Jp great to have you here. Who are you. what's the deal with you. who are you what. What is your story. yeah. I'm i'm james poulter like you say most people know me as jp. I'm finding that I'm the one of the co founders vixen lob switches. We believe one of europe's in one of the world's leading voice consultancies and design studios. We've been around alpha which is crazy even nearly two years now Coming up on all two your anniversary. I'm just off christmas and Yeah we work with global brands to them workout. What voice means for them. from sang strategy building apps and after all partners amazon and google and Yeah in the mocking space as well. So how do you kind of promote actually make voice content and an applications found outside of that father to girls husband. A wife is Diligently put up with me under the lockdown and Yeah kind of trying to push his yet. What the bounds of kind of innovation might mean. Like how do we build innovative cultures and businesses. Last the thing that's always fascinated me inside big businesses and agencies and kind of varying context before as well in the charity and religious public sector. So yeah that's that's what day on a self problems

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"canada" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"canada" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"You doing such incredible work and for those that. I'm a a lot of people voice. You're very familiar with the work that you're doing but can we kinda just kind of take backwards here and just for the moment for those you know are keen voice enthusiasts but maybe don't realize this whole open voice network in an incredible team assembled what is the open voice network. What what what is the mission. And how did this begin. We'll let me answer it on several several levels -tarian and thanks for the great question at a very tactical level. We are a nonprofit world directly fund of the lyrics foundation. We use their shared services. And we're a neutral body. That's dedicated developing standards in use at guts. So that's at the tactical level. You know the kind of thing that's going to be on corporation charged at the larger. I think most important it's answering. It's a it's a group a group of volunteers. Hey and you're all welcome. Hey come on in. Because there's a lot of room in the pond here. This is a group taking a look at an asking the big question. What kind of voice industry we want here in three to five years. There's an awful lot of change on. There's an awful lot of technology development. There's an awful lot of this as an awful lot of that. There's governments and regulation and new usage and all that but really truly. What world of voice do we want in three to five years and it's the individuals in the voice world. Those of you listening you. It's your future customers and clients individuals who may not even be thinking about voice today but down the road. They're going to need to interact with their customers. Their clients or patients in those people want to use voice. It's the platforms. it's the innovators. Its developers the designers strategists. What world want a voice and terry and in i think it's you can talk about standards and i could talk about standards for days probably or usage guidelines but ultimately. I think it comes down to this very important. Very important vision for the open voice network. Can we make voice. Can we make voice worthy of user trust users those who consumed voice those who use voice those who seem voice as a tool for their business. Those who are developing voice those who are driving voice in platforms. Can we make voice worthy of user. Trust it's a loaded question with a lot of answers. Goes well beyond privacy. But that's what we're aiming toward. That's the vision.

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"canada" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

Alexa in Canada

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"canada" Discussed on Alexa in Canada

"There. Also independent Voice assistance as well and what becoming more and more apparent is that. I was receiving more questions about other voice. Systems not only a. l. e. x. a lexi and after giving this some thought i realized that while i am certainly going to continue to a feature all of the amazon lexi and echo devices and all that stuff i am expanding our community from just say in canada to voice in canada. And you may have noticed this already if you've if you've been around the committee for while the website actually is a brand new website. If you go to voice in canada dot ca you can see it there. There are features on each of the voice assistance. You'll notice that. There is a new forum on the website so if you want to chat with other members of northern voice that still the name of our community northern voice. Then you can do so. They are forms Divided in different categories based on voice systems or just on general announcements smart home etc. So you have the opportunity to interact with people there. You also notice that there is new branding. there are new logos. The encana podcast. This podcast is now known as the voice. In canada podcast. The voice in canada flash briefing was always called the voice. Canada flash briefing. So that's great There are some new logos and new branding there as well. So that's the way it is from now on when you see The the branding and resources you will see voice in canada but again i like to have a specific name for us. The people and again that will still remain northern voice. One of the things. I will mention to you which i didn't mention so many things to remember. Is that along the way people were asking me for. Merchandise t shirts specifically to show their support for.

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