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Notable Figures Share Their Endorsements for PM as Canadians

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:59 sec | 11 hrs ago

Notable Figures Share Their Endorsements for PM as Canadians

"Former president barack obama yesterday effectively endorsing justin trudeau to be reelected canadian prime minister today former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton also effectively endorsing justin trudeau for reelection in canada but then coming up fast on the left flank there's vermont senator bernie sanders not to be outdone weighing in today. As well not on behalf of justin trudeau instead senator sanders is endorsing jagmeet. Singh from the new democratic party and again do canadians care what former. Us presidents and former democratic presidential candidates. Think about who. They should vote for in their own election honestly. Nobody has any idea. Nobody does that. This will have any influence whatsoever. Any any impact whatsoever but whatever's going to happen there is a close enough call at this point that we've got this weird late development of american politicians weighing in

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Fresh update on "canadians" discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

00:51 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "canadians" discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Former president barack obama yesterday effectively endorsing justin trudeau to be reelected canadian prime minister today former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton also effectively endorsing justin trudeau for reelection in canada but then coming up fast on the left flank there's vermont senator bernie sanders not to be outdone weighing in today. As well not on behalf of justin trudeau instead senator sanders is endorsing jagmeet. Singh from the new democratic party and again do canadians care what former. Us presidents and former democratic presidential candidates. Think about who. They should vote for in their own election honestly. Nobody has any idea. Nobody does that. This will have any influence whatsoever. Any any impact whatsoever but whatever's going to happen there is a close enough call at this point that we've got this weird late development of american politicians weighing in

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Canadian Pacific Reaches $27 Billion Deal to Buy Kansas City Southern

the NewsWorthy

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Canadian Pacific Reaches $27 Billion Deal to Buy Kansas City Southern

"Major railway companies are coming together in a historic new deal canadian pacific railway but kansas city southern for more than twenty seven billion dollars. If the deal is approved it will be the first major merger in the industry in about two decades. It will create the first freight railroad that links canada. The us and mexico. Canadian pacific already plays a key role in north american trade beginning. Kansas city southern was big because it plays a big part in trade with mexico. The trains bring auto and other industrial products from mexico into the us and they bring american farm goods back to mexico. Once the railways are merged. The new company will be named canadian pacific kansas city and it plans to bring on another twenty thousand employees but regulators still have to give the okay and those reviews could last until the end of next

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Thousands of Lawful US Residents Left in Afghanistan

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:33 min | 3 d ago

Thousands of Lawful US Residents Left in Afghanistan

"Cards are available and there are thirteen to fourteen million of them in the united states. For any number of reasons you can be the family member of an american citizen. You can be a religious worker. You can be an afghan who worked for the united states anytime for at least a year on the international security assistance mission for a year. You have gotten your green card that way you can mean. International broadcasting can be a member of an international organization. We don't know who those thousands of green card members are but david drucker. It made it to your paper. The washington examiner yesterday. The big story of the lincoln hearing was the green card number thousands of waffle. Us resonance left in afghanistan. Were you surprised by that. No not necessarily. I mean i think the larger issue here or you know the issue here he is. Does the administration know exactly. How many are there. They are is it. Thousands and thousands is it the low thousands The issue is one. We left them there but second do know who they are. David i have to disagree with you after three weeks. Four weeks of hearing about one hundred americans then bahir blankets at well. We have thousands of green card holders. Hey they're americans. They have legal permanent residents here. Like duane said next door neighbors a bread. Who married in american adam. The engineer chief engineer here his mom's canadian. Pr lp are everywhere. I mean they just left him right. And i think that's i think that's the larger issue but i also think it's important that the administration either knows who they left. Were doesn't know who they're left in. Are they being candid. Especially in these hearings earrings with what they know in decisions. They made in one of the things. I would like to see out of the senate today that i didn't really see out of the house yesterday as some really incisive pointed questionings with let's grandstand in so the administration either starts to talk about decisions. Made and what. The situation on the ground is more just simply reveals that it was as haphazard inside as it looked on the outside and they don't really know what's going on but i think it's important for the american public to understand that i definitely important for congress understand that to put the proper amount of pressure on the administration and at least be able to talk about this in a real way.

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The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:13 min | 4 d ago

The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg

"The toys from our childhood. Stay with us long after we stop playing with them as adults we may lose track of a beloved stuffed animal or a fun action figure but we keep the memories. We remember how safe they made us feel and darkened bedroom or how much fun we had zooming them around the house as if they were flying and yet no matter what we all grow up and leave childish things behind but thanks to one man's impulsive decision. we learned. We don't have to let the past slip away. Not only can we hold onto it but we can share it with the people we love and keep that joy alive for generations to come harry. Colbourn was born in birmingham england in eighteen eighty seven. When he was eighteen years old he moved to ontario canada where he studied to become a veterinarian surgeon upon receiving his degree he settled in winnipeg in manitoba but duty would eventually call. Harry joined the military when world war one became too great to ignore and he hopped a train to quebec for basic training. It was on his way to the camp when he encountered an odd sight. A hunter had killed a black bear and taken. It's cub to sell at a local trading post. Harry gave them twenty dollars and in exchange he took possession of the bear cub which he named winnipeg after the town where he'd been living. His plan was to raise winnipeg for a little while before releasing her back into the forest. Unfortunately harry's plans change very quickly. Winnipeg became a hit among other troops. They played with her and let her stay in the bunks where. She slept under harry's kat that she grew however winnipeg got too big to live indoors and was relegated to outside like a kind of watch bear for the soldiers. The more time they spend together the harder it became for harry to let go. He in winnipeg had grown close. So close that. When he was ordered to go back to england to fight on the western front he refused to release the bear back into the wild he instead snuck her into the ship with the other troops together. They traveled to the second canadian. Infantry brigade camp near stonehenge in england. Harry let her roam free for a while they were there. She enjoyed playing on the large stones but he soon understood that he would have to give her up. There was just no way for winnipeg to go all the way with him to the front

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A Space for Mom's to Be More Than 'Just Moms' With Mom Halo Founder, Alana Kayfetz

The Mom Room

02:55 min | 4 d ago

A Space for Mom's to Be More Than 'Just Moms' With Mom Halo Founder, Alana Kayfetz

"Halo which was previously known as moms. Te'o mom's toronto was to me like an act of desperation. When i was looking for my girls crew is looking for moms to like connect with and everywhere i went like people didn't talk to each other. It was really weird dynamic. I come from a twelve year history of a community builder. Fundraiser working nonprofit sector. Have always sort of been a gatherer of people and organizer of stuff so i was looking for my crew and i couldn't really find them so i had just moved into the neighborhood. We live now. I'm a young mom. I have my babies. Maybe five months old and i just like flew out on a local facebook page. I'm okay. I'm looking for some moms. Who wanna come over to my house to just maybe hang out at byu. Ob bring your babies. Your boobs in your bottles and bottles met lake. I was obviously like your your baby bottle. Your wine bottle. Hello whatever that was in two thousand. Sixteen that i thought was really clever. And lo and behold like nineteen random. Women's showed up to my like my matchbook cows. They're like i remember. This french canadian woman was like what's the catch. What are you trying to sell me on. Like absolutely nothing. My husband is a retired shops. Like beautiful feud we had like twelve bottles of wine. And we just. I had this aha moment of like moms. Just want to have their identity. Were their moms and also have a baby on everything. Baby baby baby all the time so. I really leaned in hard to this leg putting mom i like baby on the head wide on the lab. That's how it came. In to be. Rene then i remember that year. That was a really cool event in toronto that i really want to go to. It was like a very busy like food and beverage event. And i want to wear my white dress and i wanted to shut my baby with me and i went to go buy tickets. It was like a three hundred dollars ticket and the like. I'm sorry you can't come into nineteen event. I was like my baby is in a stroller. Like you can't bring the baby after this shit. I'm gonna create an event that looks and feels as beautiful as boozy. That's food and beverage where women can bring their baby. And that's how the first ever very mommy wine festival came to be with this like really leaning hard into finding a place where moms could come be themselves have a glass of wine and hang out with their babies fast forward years later and that's secretion of our community now which is now known as the mom halo. We pivoted hard because we realized we were serving women with our virtual digital content that we're like very much outside of the greater toronto area so very canadian following and we still sort of hit hard with i would say epa content. That's both virtual. We are in person really fun and it's not about why right. It's on about getting drunk and being fraternity girls. It's about permission right. It's about giving moms permission to say it's okay for you to be both. You can love being mom behaving mom. You can exercise five days a week. If that's your thing not my thing but if that's your thing and you wanna drink on the weekends that's your thing like just do you like whatever you is just

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Justin Trudeau Is Inconsistent About 'Collective Guilt'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 4 d ago

Justin Trudeau Is Inconsistent About 'Collective Guilt'

"Jim queue up for me. Cut one here. Far left this radical who pretty much even though he's Canadian sums up the thoughts of a lot of radical left is saying, Yeah, you're 9 11. We got to be very careful to not do collective guilt. Muslims are not responsible for what happened on 9 11 innocent Muslims, which, by the way, I agree wholeheartedly. Wholeheartedly. They are not people should be judged in their own individual characters. That's our thing. So Justin Trudeau's with us for a minute here, Right? All Yeah. Collective guilt bed yet Tomorrow I guarantee you, Justin should all be talking about critical race theory again, which says you're all collectively guilty. So what is it, folks, It's collective guilt really bad or is collective guilt? Really good left? This can't decide on the message because they're phony. Fake frauds. Every single one of them. Here's Justin Trudeau, Check this out. And I also can't help on this anniversary to reflect on Muslim Canadians, for whom things also changed on September 11th as attitudes shifted. That reminds us that Over these past years and continuing today into the future, we all need to stand together against intolerance, hatred, racism. And Islamophobia. All okay? Yeah, sure. Except tomorrow if not today, Justin Trudeau and his leftist allies are already preaching intolerance. White people are oppressors. Hatred. You definitely better. Eight. Those white people are oppressive racism. If they're white, they're definitely bad guys and phobias. See there's no like

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Andy Mauro CEO of Automat on Conversational Commerce

The Voicebot Podcast

02:08 min | 5 d ago

Andy Mauro CEO of Automat on Conversational Commerce

"Anymore. Oh welcome to the voice by podcast brett. This is a long time coming now. We've done a couple of clubhouse sessions. But we've i guess known each other at least through social media for several years. Now he's sort of back and forth have always appreciated your comments and our exchanges there and it's really nice that we have this one on one time to really talk about you've been doing because you have a long history in the industry you've seen a lot of different parts of it. You're doing some of the more interesting things. I think right now from a conversational standpoint in the market right now with automatic but it. We should start with where you started. So how'd you get into the industry. What did that look like early on. And what were you to the to. The tech. Sure and likewise. I've been looking forward to this for a long time. So excited to see where this goes i history. Hopefully it doesn't take too long. I've been working in what. I like to just say computers. You talk to for now over twenty years so i guess dedicated all but a couple years of my career to this space. I really love it. I mean i feel like it's a privilege to work in this right. I mean i think flying cars and talking computers. This is the stuff of childhood sci-fi dreams and you know. I really honestly feel lucky to get to work in the space for as long as i have and so it goes back to my days. My only job before. This space was at the canadian at the time unicorn nortel which is sort of a competitor. Cisco's in this back in the late nineties and Back when everything was just internet infrastructure was the big business. And i had a job. They're working on crazy low level. Ip over atm stuff. I was a programmer. I love that stuff. And i all. My friends started quitting one day and they were going across the street. And i said where you're going like this they said this cool startup nuance and i was like. Oh that sounds fun and just like you do in your early twenties. Just quit my job like literally the next day and over and got a job at this other place where all my friends were and man. That was lucky. That was just one of those life. Changing things i didn't know about conversation. We didn't even call it conversationally. I'm back that rain speech recognition.

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Qualifier to Champion: Britain's Raducanu, 18, Wins US Open

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 d ago

Qualifier to Champion: Britain's Raducanu, 18, Wins US Open

"The eighteen year old became the first qualifier in grand slam tennis to win any major title and she did it without dropping a single set in either qualifying or the main draw you say I want to win a grand slam but to to have the belief I did and actually executing and winning Ross I I called believe it read account of finally stopped the giant killing run of nineteen year old Canadian Layla Fernandez closing out the one hour and fifty one minute match six four six three read account of had to take a medical timeout halfway through the final game to have a wound traded up to slipping during a point but Bradley to be the first British winner in New York since Virginia Wade in nineteen sixty eight I'm Graham like us

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Terry Tempest Williams on Her New Book "The Hour of Land"

Travel with Rick Steves

01:55 min | Last week

Terry Tempest Williams on Her New Book "The Hour of Land"

"Terry tempest williams invites us to celebrate the land and the people. You'll meet at a variety of national parks across the united states in her book. The hour of land. She describes the park. She's visited as breathing spaces each with a unique personality that deserve our patronage our respect and our protection by the way our conversation was recorded before the global pandemic. Terry it's good to have you with us. Thank you read your book. The our land takes us not to the obvious parks but it takes us to some of the less famous parks. You chose about a dozen parks to introduce to us why these parks why not win at the grand and famous ones. Would you believe me if i told you that i saw this as a dinner party. You know my mother was a great hostess and she always said you know. Pick your dinner parties very carefully because who knows what will come out of them so you know here. We have fifty nine national parks in our country. How to choose a dozen. So i really did envision it as dinner party i knew who the heads of the table would be my mother park which would be grand teton national park. The other end of the table. I knew it would be canyon. Lands national park where we live closely to. I could count on them then. I thought all right who's gonna be on the other end of the table holding the space that are reliable and for me. It was a canadian national park in maine and teddy roosevelt national park. In north dakota. I had been to the many times and they were trustworthy. Then i thought okay. Who are the dream guests that i would want that. I don't know. But i know other people who do and we can bring them to the table and i thought of big bend national park. I thought of gates of the arctic national park and effigy mounds. And i thought those were my dream guests

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Teen Dream: Raducanu, 18, Fernandez, 19, Into US Open Final

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Teen Dream: Raducanu, 18, Fernandez, 19, Into US Open Final

"Two understated teenagers have made it through to the U. S. open women's final and one of them is a qualifier unprecedented nineteen year old Canadian light up and and this was a first for winning yet another roller coaster battle closing out the second seed arenas at the Lincoln six four in the third set and in one word that that really stuck to me is magical because not only was is Myron really good but also the way I'm playing right now I'm just having fun eighteen year old brick qualified democratic candidate followed not long after reaching the most improbable of finals with her sixth consecutive straight sets win this time six one six four over the seventeenth St Maria Zachary I'm Graham like us

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First Civilian Flight Departs Afghanistan Following U.S. Withdrawal

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:51 min | Last week

First Civilian Flight Departs Afghanistan Following U.S. Withdrawal

"Not sure if we should have seen this coming. I certainly didn't see this coming but look this plane. We're going to see on your screen right here right here. This is a cutter. Airways boeing seventy seven. Excuse me boeing seven seven seven That is the first passenger flight to depart from the main airport in afghanistan kabul airport since. Us troops withdrew from afghanistan last month. The scene at kabul airport today was markedly different from what we saw. Just weeks ago Instead of us marines we had taliban fighters patrolling runways. The talibans white flags or surrounding the airport on those flagpoles the fact that. Us forces are in control. There and the taliban clearly are today. One hundred and thirteen people including americans canadians brits germans ukrainians all left on that cutter airways boeing seven. Seven flight flew out of kabul and landed in doha in cutter. More flights out flights out again have started. Maybe not just this one may be more to come in a statement today. Secretary of state anthony blinken said that today's flight quote was the result of the departments regular close engagement with our regional partners particularly with the cutlery authorities and taliban officials said today that another flight is expected to take off tomorrow that the taliban is expecting to let it go for its part. The biden news station says it won't divulge details about any upcoming flights due to what they called the ongoing terrorist threat to such operations. Clearly it is still a very fluid situation there. But by all appearances the evacuation flights from kabul appear to be back on as of today with the likelihood that more flights will continue at least tomorrow and maybe beyond that and that is something

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Civilian Plane Departs Kabul With Over 20 Americans

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:25 sec | Last week

Civilian Plane Departs Kabul With Over 20 Americans

"The first international passenger flights depart kabul since the us military withdrawal landed in cutter today again. This flight was non-military was an actual commercial airliner. Those on board included americans brits canadians germans italians ukrainians the qatari assistant foreign minister telling nbc news. Another flight from kabul may take off as early as

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First Civilian Flight Leaves Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

00:30 sec | Last week

First Civilian Flight Leaves Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule

"Tonight. I civilian passenger flight to leave afghanistan to leave kabul airport since the us military evacuation ended arrived in doha cutter. More than one hundred passengers departed from kabul. This is actually the couple departure right now. This is an airport fully controlled by the taliban flying taliban flags this is them taking off from cutter The people on that flight included canadian ukrainian german british and us citizens from from doha. They will go to their final

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First Civilian Flight From Kabul Since US Exit Lands in Doha

NBC Nightly News

02:02 min | Last week

First Civilian Flight From Kabul Since US Exit Lands in Doha

"The first time since the us military withdrawal from afghanistan the taliban allowed a plane carrying americans and others to leave kabul that plane landing and cutter just a short time ago while others are trying to cross my land in neighboring pakistan. Nbc's mollie hunter. Is there tonight. The first international flight taking off from the taliban run kabul airport. Tonight americans on board a us facilitated evacuation plane to doha cutter the first since. Us troops left and a far cry from the chaotic runway scenes. Two weeks ago the state department said they invited more than thirty american citizens and permanent residents but not everyone took up the offer. There will be more flights but the nfc says due to an ongoing terror threat. No details in advance on board one hundred thirteen people and alongside americans canadians brits ukrainians and germans. Nbc's raff sanchez. Was there. This is it. After a perilous journey that started in kabul through an airport controlled by the taliban. These passengers are coming down the steps here in doha. Finally to safety and security but for those so desperate in the last two weeks overland has been the only way out we headed up pakistan's khyber pass to the torkham border-crossing with afghanistan. This new taliban guard we spoke with says pakistan isn't letting all these people through there are people waiting who can't get over. Okay okay so the pakistani military's having moved back but sisters mersal and manisha mayday if you had stayed under taliban rule what would that have been like the big problem school. Not as they're headed to ottawa soon to be canada's newest refugees now if international flights really are starting back again that's potentially very good news for the tens of thousands of vulnerable afghans left behind.

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Scores of Westerners, Including Americans, Fly out of Kabul

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Scores of Westerners, Including Americans, Fly out of Kabul

"Dozens of foreigners including Americans have left Kabul on international commercial flight marking it the first large scale evacuation since US and NATO forces left Afghanistan late last month said departure represents a breakthrough in the bumpy coordination between the US and Afghanistan's new Taliban leaders the Taliban have said they will let the foreigners and Afghans with valid travel documents leave but a days long standoff over charter planes at another airport could cost some dialed on Taliban's assurances the Qatar Airways flight is heading to Doha a senior US official said that Americans green card holders and other nationalities including Germans Hungarians and Canadians are on the flight I'm sorry I. Shockley

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Whenever You Fall Down, Pick Something Up

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:15 min | Last week

Whenever You Fall Down, Pick Something Up

"Familiar with the idea of whenever you fall down you've just got to pick yourself back up again. But what about this one from famed canadian. American medical researcher and physician also bold theodore avery. Whenever you fall down peak something up. What i love about. It is the idea that when you are up here you sometimes forget how things operate down the and so if you happen to fall down spend a bit of time down there understanding what's going on down there understanding what is happening that relates to this upper world. That you've come from you fell down. Pick something up. That can help you on that journey as you grow. Gather some more information gathered some more data some more research the more insights and there's even another dimension to it if you wanna flip it just a little bit pick someone else up so the idea that when you fall down you not only have to pick yourself up you not only have to pick up other things around you but pick someone else pick someone else up. That has that is down. They maybe they've fallen down to or maybe they just haven't been able to get up but when you fall down just pick yourself up have a look around. See what's the pick something up and see if you can pick someone else up as well. Great

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Leylah Fernandez Tops Elina Svitolina, Advances to US Open Semifinals

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Leylah Fernandez Tops Elina Svitolina, Advances to US Open Semifinals

"Canadian teenager light level mandates continues to amaze at the US open now into the semi finals after a stunning upset over the fifth St Elena Svitolina Fernandes backed up earlier wins over defending champion di OB Osaka and the former world number one Angelique Kerber with the fighting six three three six seven six victory securing it seven points to five in the tie break up she now takes on the second seat arena sampling go up to her window of about for a quick check of a in men's action second say dental Medvedev is through to a final four clash with Felix ownership of his name I'm grandma goes

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Lord Conrad Black: Joe Biden Is a Total Failure

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | Last week

Lord Conrad Black: Joe Biden Is a Total Failure

"Are back with lord. Conrad black the author of president trump. A president like no other latest piece in american greatness and greatness dot com posting right now. Joe biden is total. failure is the title little black. You go through toil doc. His on a it horizon full of the the incredible failures of just the last eight months. You start with stagflation which can kill the presidency. You talk about the crime rates in the us. The open artery of the southern border the disaster of ghanistan on and on and on. I let me let me ask you to put that onto historic perspective. How true is the old soul that it's the economy stupid that all of these things are true. The national security Ramifications and everything else but at the end of the day a president of any party is most vulnerable when it comes to wallets and pocketbooks that That has historically been the leading issue but of course at times other crises arise i in the eighteen sixty election which lincoln one. It wasn't the economy. Of course there was a terrible threat to national unity in one thousand. Nine hundred forty president roosevelt's third term. He ran even with his opponent. Wendell we'll be economy. But he led on foreign policy. But absolutely overriding concern of americans was how to stay out of war but helped the democracy. So we're app four british and canadians and and And roosevelt had you know all all each short of war and great arsenal of democracy and so on and that was a policy that people approved. But normally what you say is right. I mean obviously nothing affects people. I unless they been with really oppressed nothing effects more than than the standard of living the buying power in enjoy the stability of their assets and and And so it it. It is traditional biggest. The biggest factor and it is it is about to to assault this administration. I think

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"canadians" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:58 min | 2 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Canadians down to nine minutes 29 seconds left to get it done. In Game one. They trailed Tampa Bay 3 to 1 John dollars and Joe Micheletti with you from Amalie Arena downtown Tampa. Game two Wednesday night. Same bat time, same bat channel. Face off in the Tampa Bay zone cleared off the glass by Victor Hedman. Right backhand comes Brendan Gallagher on right wing cutting to the net. He's caught by an angling Blake Coleman flips it to the line kept in by Weber. Popping out of his crease to play it behind the net. His vasilevskiy around the wall and Coleman moves it to Senator John Igor quickly off the window and in, pursues it himself and price barely on the edge of the trapezoid when he played that puck, but board coming with speed made him Forced him to make a quick decision. Iranians the other way Cold Caufield has his shot swept away. Off field with goals in to straight coming into tonight, but it's turn AC Motors the other way and a bad angle shot that's gobbled up by Carey Price Again. These teams are playing so defensive more Tampa Bay. And Montreal. Montreal obviously has to try and find a way to generate some offense. So they haven't Been able to get just one shot in the period. Attempt, keeping everything to the outside dumping it in when they when they have to. And all the face off in the Montreal zone to the left of Carey Price. That's just the third shot on goal the entire period up the face all cut your off scores a clean faceoff win for Brayden point. Future off dances to the slot and rips at home. He beat Price Club side It's 4 to 1. This young line from Montreal's had a difficult time with the point line. You could probably say that. Just about any line in the National Hockey League that has to go against Braiding point line. He wins it straight behind him and could drop is lined up right behind great point. He's not on the board behind him. And so one point went straight back who drop is on his forehand and then go straight to the middle of the ice. And when he gets too great, too In front of Carey Price. He lets the shot go and beat Carey Price to the glove side chance of cooch at Amalie Arena. As it's now 41 biggest lead of the night for the Lightning, the defending champs right back to work in the Montreal zone. Andre Palat scampers in after the puck, and it's cleared up the middle of the ice. Whole Caufield gives Chase back in the Tampa Bay zone, knocks it away from turn AC and point is there to cover up. Musharraf has a pass bounce off his stick back into the Tampa Bay Zone. Caufield plays it before he had tagged up to the top side, John, We talked about breaking point. Right as the game was starting right defensive player he is so he makes he comes all the way back in the zone, makes a defensive play and gets an assist on that defensive play that led to the first goal of the game. He Makes an error inside the offensive blue line and goes all the way back, gets the puck after made a bad pass. Now he wins the face off that leads to a goal. Kid can do everything. Doesn't matter with or without the puck. He does it all. We've got to assist tonight. He came into the game 14 goals far and away the Stanley Cup playoff leader there, but only had six assists. So we've got two helpers tonight. Botcharov. Far and away the leading scorer in the playoffs coming into tonight. Had only five goals. And 22 assists. He's got two goals. So they somewhat trade roles if you will so far tonight And right now it has Tampa Bay comfortably up 4 to 1 was 7 20 to go in the third period and Have your Montreal Joe. I know you may not want to, but they pretty much have to just open it up. You have for sure you have to try. They don't have a high scoring defense. You tend to use your offensive defense, and it just keeps getting involved. Or when you're trailing, But again, this Montreal defense isn't isn't built to be all that offensive. Evans taps the puck into the Tampa Bay Zone tries the center for Perry, who drives the net. Gotta stick on. It just went wide and over top of the Net, and Perry knocks the net off behind Vasilevskiy that will bring a whistle with 6 51 to go. A third. Pardon me. John and Hedman comes to the front as well and does a good job. He reaches out now Hedman and Corey Perry having words as they collided in front. Edmund came all the way back. And he just haven't really made a good play just gets a piece of it before Corey Perry and try and put it in the Empty side very unhappy because they take the face off outside the blue line. He thought. Edmund had more to do with that being knocked up and he did. Eric Staal trying to go forward with the face off, finally able to draw it back for John Merrill. Weber for Canadians rims it around the boards and in Montreal gets it back Jake Evans from a bad angle and a little rebound, left laying around by vasilevskiy cleaned up by the Lightning. Back to center. They come. Rueda joins the rush winds and fires from the top of the right circle. That's a can of corn for carry price at the top of this priest with the glove hand that's so automatic, though, for Tampa Bay, the way they play and and the way they get their defenseman involved in the play, whether it's in the offensive zone. Coming out of their own zone. They make one pass coming out of their own zone and automatically if you're the weak side defenseman, you have to jump into the play because that's your job, because now it's on the left hand side. Looking for somebody. Everybody's covered except the late right defenseman that's coming down the ice and they are able to get the puck. The Rueda, who steps inside the offensive blue line gets a good shot on Carey Price. Canadians center lechon and carries in long wrist shot gobbled up by that Celeski holds on And again more post whistle pleasantries. Gallagher in front. That's where he makes his living right on top of the crease again. He's not big, but it doesn't back down from anybody and it Looks like it's surrogates, Kev. That's on top of him. Gallagher also lost his helmet. In that exchange. It was a shot that vessel Levski was able to catch hold on for a whistle. But Gallagher won't vacate the area He never does. And so he gets under the opposition skin and Bora boy, he's got blood. Gallagher without a helmet. I got blood coming down from his forehead from the side of his head. Let's see what happens here. Have the base going to be shorthanded on this field. The question is with all the blood and he's got blood all over his face..

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"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:14 min | 4 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"They have somebody say true. You are correct. Candidate is home to approximately sixty percent of the world's polar bears which is long over half. Yeah okay question number six. I'm sure i've asked this before. But unbeknownst to many niagara falls is plural as there are three separate waterfalls and they all have names. what are the names of the niagara falls rainbow. No for this abridge yes horseshoe. Yes canadian american shoe. Canada united states horseshoe. Are you to let me up. I really thought it was the canadian. And american okay. What is it okay. You were worth two thirds right. You'd have the american falls you have. The canadian falls. also known as horseshoe falls. The canadians are known as and bridal veil bridal veil falls. Yeah they're smaller. So i mean. Obviously there's victorian name bridal veil it really is. I could easily do an entire episode on the false honestly. There's so much weird lore. I didn't i knew that's what i was thinking. It was like. Why haven't i done. An episode of niagara falls is. I wanna bet. Because josh thought he was convinced you done and david bowie episode. He was absolutely convinced. Swear he did this. And i said no. We have it well. He doesn't listen to podcasts. So you know yeah. I probably will in the future. There's lots of china history. I'm sure i mentioned it. At least i mean it's not in buffalo so maybe i mentioned it F why the best view of the falls is on the canadian side. The best way to see it like up close and personal is on the american side. Because there's a park. Yeah also it's when you go there on the american side. There's not as much like fun. Cool stuff to do as there is on the canadian side like the navy inside that. It's like there's clifton hill where you can go to madame toussaud's and go out and have like a burger. There's like a hard rock cafe there. it's very like like very commercial and on the american side. It's like womp womp but the american side is where people tend to like get in. That's why they get in like that's where they the fall so they commit suicide. It's a very popular suicide spot. Because if you're going to go you might as well go out in a big way. But apparently and i don't know if this is anecdotal or if this is true but if it's just a park like there's not like fence keeping you from getting into the false like it seems like you could just walk over and just like dump yourself in but apparently if you start walking towards the falls some parks department person will just magically appear out of the bushes to prevent like they keep an eye out to make sure that people are just like dumping themselves into the. Yeah i mean you know. It's a hazard. yeah. I gotta do episode. Ira false okay. Question number seven. The aurora borealis or northern lights can be seen in many parts of canada as well as norway greenland cetera. But this is about canada. They can occur at any time of day or night but we can only see them when it's dark even though it seems extraterrestrial the display is actually a.

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"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Not only wrote the book on etiquette but also published several novels throughout her lifetime. Who is this well. Mannered writer questionable. Three here's an easy one for the candidate files or just border folk. What is the name of the canadian dish consisting of french fries gravy and cheese kurds question before in two thousand twelve a group of in quebec the unthinkable and stole eighteen point seven million dollars worth of the great white north most precious resource. The thieves were eventually caught but their bounty was never recovered. What did these terrible men steal question number. Five true or false confined polar bears in canada question. Six i'm sure i've asked this before. But unbeknownst to many niagara falls is plural as there are three separate waterfalls and they have names. What are the names of the niagara falls question number seven. The aurora borealis or northern lights can be seen in many parts of canada as well as norway greenland etc but. This is a quiz about canada. They can occur at any time of day or night but we can only see them when it's dark even though it seems extraterrestrial the display is actually a distortion in our earth's what question number eight. The tower is a landmark of candidates capital. Toronto located in the city's downtown core built on the former railway lands. It was named for the railway company that built it. What does the c. n. n. c. n. Tower stand for question nine..

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"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

06:07 min | 4 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Twenty sixteen. The band announced that downey had been diagnosed with terminal brain. Cancer had a globalist oma The band also announced that despite his condition they would. They would tour that summer for the their thirteenth album which was called man machine poem that was released on in june of two thousand sixteen and the final concert of the man. Machine poem tour was held at rogers. K rock centre in the bands hometown of kingston on august twentieth. Two thousand sixteen. This was the last time. Gordon downie performed in public The concert was attended by canadian. Prime minister justin trudeau. Who is a huge fan of tragically hip. Why wouldn't he be. The concert was aired by the canadian broadcasting corporation as a live cross platform broadcast on. Cbc television cbc radio one cbc radio to cbc music. Andy youtube the concert featured thirty songs and three encore sets with the band finishing with a performance of ahead by a century three encores. Yes so the bbc's broadcast live streaming of the concert. Uninterrupted by advertisements was watched by eleven. Point seven million people which is one third of the canadian population. And i was one of them so it was only supposed to be for like two hours. It was a live set. There were thousands of people who were like playing at the center and they were already going to do it without any ads but once it passed the two hour mark there were people like tweeting at the cbc. Like please don't cut off the fee we wanna catch and the cbc had release a statement. They were like if the hip are still playing. We're still recording. Like do not worry. There will be no commercial breaks. We are watching gord. Downie i cried. It was beautiful at one point. He played they played the song scared which includes lyric. I've got to go. it's been a pleasure doing business with you. Which is like the last layer of the song and he put his hand up and he faced every portion of the crowd and he sang. It was a pleasure doing business with you like a seventeen times. And everyone's like screaming and crying and lap like it was just like live laugh. Love the best thing ever it was. It was amazing. He died almost a year later and like every radio station in canada. Switch to an all tragically hip format. I mean there were. Statements put out people played a head like some radio. Stations just played ahead by a century on loop all day long like it was a net when he died. It was a national tragedy. It was incredible. I'm so glad. I got to see it. It was amazing couple of songs. I have to mention lake. Fever is a wonderful song. I've in my buffalo episode. I mentioned at one hundred thirty and whenever they play that song in buffalo. Because there's a lyric i remember. I remember buffalo. Every time he sang that people would lose their minds. That's us we're buffalo like it is crazy The song scared. I mean and of course i had a century. My music at work is great when they released. We are the same which came out in two thousand nine. I was working at the time and that was sorry. Sorry sorry love to believe that. When i worked at a little bookstore called schwarzen- bubble that was the only album in the whole like run that we could play. You know like they give you a certain amount. They had to like advertise. That was the only album that everyone agreed on listening to you on loop like the goth girl the jock the music nerd like all the old ladies at cash wrap. Everybody was like no no no put on. We are the same again that album rules like it is so universally beloved. And they're just like such a good band and gordon downey made it incredible. Also he released a lot of solo albums during his career as well he. He did a whole concept album about a young native canadian boy who died after being abducted and then he was like trying to make his way home and he like died on the way home. He did a lot of things for like indigenous canadian people. He drew a lot of attention to their plight. He was just like furlough intensive purposes. Just an incredible person in the band was again. Like i said just so beloved that they just could not go wrong no matter what but yeah. Tragically hip alison tragically hip any day of the week. So i put a bunch of traffic hip on the on the playlist as well so definitely check that out. Misinformation colon border favorites by me. I hope you enjoy it. It's great but yeah. Julia i think you would like janardan. I'm not kidding. I think he would really like it so my quiz today is called border favorites a quiz on things that canada's famous for Please we just got our snack crate for the month. Oh yeah josh's work in its canada baby so i am. That's exciting. I am ready to go. Okay all right so question number one. You may be surprised to learn that the original six are not the original hockey teams in the nhl. The nhl founded in nineteen seventeen had a lineup of teams. That were continually in flux during the first two plus decades of existence all in canada naturally however there are four teams that are considered the first what were the first four teams in professional ice hockey question number. Two canadians are famous for their unfailing politeness. They get all their anger out during hockey games. Apparently this author may have been inspired by them although she was born in baltimore and not only wrote the book on etiquette but also published several novels throughout her lifetime. Who is this well. Mannered writer.

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"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"And center so janardan is a singer songwriter and she was all over canadian radio. So this is a song called. Could i be your girl. So she is also an actress. She's originally from spring bank alberta and her nineteen ninety four album living under june featured. Her biggest hit to date outside of canada. Which is a song called. Insensitive was released as a single from the soundtrack to the christian slater film that have roses which is number twelve on the us billboard. Hot one hundred. She's got a great voice. service are closed. Eyes closed swaying away. Just you wait till i will tell you about it. So her second single was the song called. Could i be your girl. It had significant consistent airplay on canadian adult contemporary radio census released and there was actually a dance remix version which circulated on pop radio at the time. And who does she sound like to you meredith. So this is from. That album's very like nineties The sound the song run like mad was originally recorded to be the international theme song for dawson's creek however it was only used for the first season and a nine hundred ninety eight respondents to chart magazine's year end readers poll named ardent the canadian celebrity.

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"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

07:52 min | 4 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"We're hosts i'm lauren. And i'm julie. Oh hey julia high So i wanted to let you know right off the bat that today's episode is going to be a real vanity project for your girl. Elsie i mean i would say that some of our best episodes are and maybe i think well what i mean by vanity project is that it's very niche and i don't know if many people will really understand what i'm talking about but that's what this is about is how many episodes we've done. I know where we're like re people know about this. Yeah well so you what. You've tons of listeners. Lauren of listeners. Who hang on her every word so this will be no different so i i wanted to do another music episode and i wanted to do another music episode about something that i'm passionate about. And your gabriel part to peter gabriel part to do was gonna keep doing his solo albums until i run out of elephants or he contacts me. Which would be. I think you'd be okay with that. I would drop dead from joy this time. so today i've decided to really hearken back to a very formative time in my life. A very tom i would say tumultuous time in my life And so today. My is entitled canadian. Music for non-canadians. So now i think you have to start with the stipulation that you laura tag pharaoh are dot kidding. I am not canadian. But i will say and some people went on. Tv i play one on tv. Well we are. Buffalo are sometimes considered canada light because we are so close to canada and we get all of their tv and radio stations and vice versa. Like they get a lot of art. Tv and radio stations and a lot of canadians. Work in buffalo commutes to buffalo some buffalo commute into canada to work. So there's a real cross you know there's a lot of yes synergy synergy if you will. I'm taking my fingers. And i'm interlocking them in a symbol of synergy so i will say between the years of one thousand nine hundred and probably two thousand six. I listen to almost exclusively canadian radio. So i have was it. Was it on purpose. Was it like oh it was purposeful like this is my age. Yes i was like one of four point five. I'm listening to canadian radio absolute because they would play like american like pop music. But as you know. Canadian radio stations have to play. A certain percentage of canadian created music or they will be booted or they will be booted booted from the airwaves that that was very good. She's very close. Contact us tourism board your work for furry As long as we get a passport you can give us passport. But so i listened to and you know what i will tell you. I hardly ever levin months before she hit the airwaves in the us to the point. Where like skater boy came to the. Us air waves. And i was like. I'm sick to death of this song. 'cause i've been listening to it for the better part of a year a it's terrible song but what skater. Boy you get was a terrific. I got. I heard it way too often and i just makes me crazy and also it's a real earworm like it gets in your head. I mean laura yes. He was a boy a girl. I know it can get it any more obvious. I know so to start out before. I like really get into it. Let's talk about some canadians. Who made it big in the us. Eric aka oh. I didn't know they were canadian. Oh great so we've all heard of you know michael boob la the boobs the boobs actually groups. We've all heard of the book you know that they call them the boobs so michael boob blaze canadian ever levinas canadian celine dion. Of course everybody knows the lead is canadian. Yeah pure canada. Justin bieber shania twain yup drake. He's very very obviously in very proud to be from the six out to mr information or tired about drake. We're talking about drake. Yeah to coron. Who wants dated. Drake's cousin very true closest. I've ever been to celebrity Also the bare naked ladies. Obviously canadian very canadian bryan adams. Yes and is not ryan. No not ryan adams bryan adams who is also not brian mcknight. No this is my moons moonstruck problem. Yeah it's it's. Brian mcknight actually from buffalo. Which makes things worse masked dancers something. He probably was. He had that was fun. Yeah make it gene. Come true ya not canadian. Though canadian but grew up near canada. Also troubadour of canada gordon lightfoot. Everyone wreck of the edmund fitzgerald is a classic song. Yeah but you may not know that shawn mendez is canadian. I don't know if i could pick shawn mendez. don't worry about it. He sang a song called stitches. Whatever yeah atlanta's morissette. I had forgotten was canadian So we started watching the great north on fox head they live in alaska and the daughter her imaginary best friend is only in this more set but in the sky like show instead on her like rooftop and like talk to her best friend morrison whose like a disembodied head in the night sky and it is played by. Is it really. Oh i have to watch the show now. I love that but yeah canadian. Sarah mclachlan canadian as you may remember nelly furtado canadian hot hot heat. Do you remember hot hot heat. that band. They sank bandages. Is that older older mid two thousand two thousand. Two says engineer josh. Also the weekend is canadian now. I didn't know that i didn't know that. Either but the weakened yep and also nickelback is canadian. I mean it makes sense. That's all i'm saying Yeah so. I'm going to be talking about more in depth a couple of what. I like to call border faves so you grew up at the border. She's such sparkley join. I love this. They're like four people that are like yeah that are like i'm avatar for the rest of your okay. So i'm going to start order border faves. So i'm going to start with anne murray. Everybody knows and marie and murray yes..

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"canadians" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on The Big Story

"When our premier basically said this yes. And i can tell you that i thought you know when i read that i was. I was shocked. I actually was speechless when i saw that. And the other thing we need to be doing is we need to get canada into push canada and other countries to a vaccine patents copyrights towards vaccines vaccine. Equity is so incredibly important. You know you can't you can't we can get to a point of no covid if everyone is not safe. It's just simply not possible. We've seen that. We live in a global society lake viruses. Don't have don't follow these arbitrary borders that we you know that we put across and to get everyone equitable access to vaccines. We have to save these patents. It's so incredibly important to do that. This me first strategy is not just inequitable but we know that it's not going to work And i think that we we really just need to be looking at at this in a more global scale and understanding that there's a lot of the world that you're access to vaccines and your access to life is dependent on factors that you basically cannot control if you're not all in this together we're not going to all be okay. I want you to try to answer this question for me. From the the point of view. I guess of a extremely self interested Canadian who has no ties to other nations. You said you know we're not okay until we're all okay. Why is it. In that person's best interest who's never going to india doesn't have family there et cetera et cetera to for canada to share its astrazeneca vaccines raw materials etc etc. How does that work. Yeah and i think we've seen throughout the pandemic vat. There is simply no way for us to not be impacted by what's happening in another country. It's bound to happen here. You know when code was first discovered. We tried to play this similar shutting borders via of whack-a-mole strategy where we're where we said. Okay we'll we're going to stop flights from china okay. We'll we're going to stop flights from iran. It didn't work that it worked for fifteen months into a global pandemic seen how this tragedy simply does not work so there's no way for us to keep this country the only way we can actually keep this. We actually have this global effective global pandemic containment strategy that allows the entire world to basically work on containing Covert that's the only way we can all be okay Because you know playing playing border. Whack-a-mole is definitely not getting going to get as there. You've seen that how it hasn't so you might be in canada. You might think you are safe but you have no idea if you're going to work you're gonna be exposed to someone who traveled back from another country. You don't know if you're taking public transit and sitting next to someone who coughs who actually just returned back from somewhere else. You have no idea where you're going to be exposed. So i think that the false sense of security that you're you know eleven thousand six hundred twenty seven kilometers away is is just that it's a false sense of security you we've talked about what india needs And is there isn't getting from governments around the world What does south. Asian canadians need from other canadians In their community. How can we help. If people have the capacity to fundraise and send resources in terms off just core dollar amounts that would be so incredibly helpful as well The other thing what we would love to do is just raise awareness You know on what is going on. tried to contact your mp's and your mp's to push for national relief international aid and as well as making sure that there's equitable vaccine access. Should be thank you so much for this. Hope.

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"canadians" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:45 min | 6 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on The Current

"From cbc park and the fifth estate brainwashed is a part investigation into the cia experiments in mind control from the cold war and m. k. Ultra to the so-called war on terror. We learn about a psychiatrist who used his patients as human guinea pigs. And what happens when the military and medicine collide. Listen to brainwashed on the cbc. Listen up or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. Our lives have been transformed because of covid nineteen. And you might feel like this crisis is taking its toll. Your daily routine might be different. Your way of coping might be more difficult to manage and it can be a source of anxiety and stress. I want you to know that it's okay to feel like this are mental health is just as important as physical health so we need to speak openly about and we need to be there for each other especially during the pandemic. The prime minister delivered that message nearly a year ago and many canadians are still struggling canadians. Mental health has been front of mind for luise bradley her entire career. She has headed the mental health commission of canada for the past ten years and is stepping down this week. Louise bradley good morning. Good morning let. Let's start with where the prime minister was starting there a year into the pandemic..

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"canadians" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on The Current

"And this is all part of our of our diverse portfolio and diverse vaccines from diverse locations to I out any wrinkles that we have a distribution and the availability of vaccines vaccines getting. Here are one part of the solution. The other part in some ways is getting the vaccines into the arms of canadians. Do you think that the provinces and territories are going to be ready to vaccinate more than a million people a week once we start getting those bigger shipments in april well the provinces and territories assurance that they have the people they have the skills they have The equipment required But we work in. We worked in partnership and we'll continue to do to ensure that they have all the equipment that they need You know in in the federation provinces and territories are responsible for healthcare responsible for their immunization plans so You know we work closely together to ensure that we everything that we can do. Federally is done in terms of Providing them with the predictability that they need to plan properly so That's very much been the focus of my job here and sharing that we have The distribution run smoothly as possible but also share numbers bill confidence with provinces territories. That yes we. We are closely coordinating. We are we are confident. That the manufacturer assures us of those quantities On these on these days and so on so forth and then the cold chain enabling equipment You know to ensure that we have a robust Supply chain across the country For those products require ultra low temperature storage or cold store or frozen storage all of that reprioritisation ensuring that we have the right equipment and right place as well as as syringe in in in other supplies. That's that's the word that we focus on to ensure that everything we can do to help provinces with the things that we're responsible for that is done as effectively as possible and is your expectation that when they get the vaccines when the provinces and territories get the vaccines that they go straight at the door or is there any reason that does is waiting a freezer for example. Well a bring me back to what i said before it's a marathon so there so it's both a race to get vaccines out to people but needs to be done smartly I'll give you some examples. I know i'm confident that vaccines arrive. And they are quickly distributed That being said there are places in this country where you need to be a little bit more sophisticated in your approach. You actually need the lineup personnel. The charter aircraft The the get the the right people the equipment and and Product at the right place in some of the most Remote an isolated Corners of this country in the middle of winter so lining that up might mean that vaccines are put in storage for several days. A couple of weeks three weeks four weeks so that you get to the remote location. And then bring the vaccine to that location so those quantities all in all are pretty pretty small and i'm fairly confident and it certainly. What the provinces the sharing with us fairly confident that there's a good Rollout the vaccines in their jurisdictions Nobody wants to keep vaccines in in freezers for any Any longer than necessary But it but there has to be a A logical way of ensuring that you have the right supplies and that you can maintain the temple across the country. What are you doing to get everybody together..

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"canadians" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:36 min | 6 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on The Current

"Hundred thousand of modernity so next week it's two million vaccines with With those two along the we're very we're in a wearing a very good glide path for uh as significant increase. There are many people across this country public health experts and doctors who are working on the front lines who believe that a third wave of covert is coming. Yesterday there were more than seventeen hundred cases on on -tario alone and they're canadians. Who are asking where the urgency is in our vaccination effort. What would you say to them. Well the first thing i would say is You know look at a year ago where we were a year ago. There was no vaccine insight. we just entered the said endemic and and efforts To develop a vaccine were Not believe to Yield results that we that we have. I mean so fast and Project yourself months forward into december timeframe. Vaccines are coming to canada. We had the first canadian vaccinated and fourteen th of december and everybody wants a vaccine of course and rightly so people wanna vaccine as fast as possible. Don't want a safe product And wanted to ride in in masses in the expect governments to roll this out as effectively as possible. Reality is though We're in a marathon. We can't look at this as a series of sprints of course we're I'm not suggesting to slow things down. But i'm suggesting is Let's not get hung up on The fluctuations of production the real challenges in logistics distribution across the country this country the population density. It has in the middle of the winter. I mean everything is a little bit Complicated to say the least and the productions are increasing across the world This is a product that's in high demand the different types of product. And i think all in all we're doing very well if you look at it for me as objectively as possible given the challenges that we currently face just on that point i mean. It's interesting that you refer to it as a marathon. Public health experts. Who said that. We're in this foot race now between the vaccines and the variants do you worry about that. I you know. I it's a marathon in the sense that it's Millions of vaccine disputed In this country alone over a What turns out to be a reasonably short period. I mean we'll have Pfizer moderna vaccines as previously announced in a contracted window between december and september..

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"canadians" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

01:51 min | 8 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on The Big Story

"How much won't where can biden us. And where could his hands herkus and will it be enough for some canadians for biden to just be nice jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Cormac mcsweeney is the parliament hill reporter for city news rogers and often for us. Hello cormac hi. how's it going. I'm doing very well. And i hope that everybody up in ottawa is a little more relaxed. These days i'm sure there was a huge sigh of relief coming from the prime minister's office. The.

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"canadians" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:24 min | 8 months ago

"canadians" Discussed on The Current

"A great way to get exercise. You skills have improved on this rank for the past few days. Definitely my skating like overall skating and definitely stickhandling to. I've been doing hockey. Since i was seven years old so it's really nice to have this rink and even though we can do hockey this year we still have our little backyard. Rink owen and oliver mason and gray and their next door neighbors eilly and kingston heart enjoying their brand new backyard. Ice rinks now. There is no real data on this yet but anecdotally it seems like during this pandemic winter a lot more people are buying up tarps carving some space behind the house if they have it and creating their own frozen playgrounds. Of course. there are many canadians who've been doing this for years and they may have a few tips to pass along. People like z's kara father of two who lives in midtown toronto jimmy scrivano hs who is on his fifth year of backyard. Rink building in calgary and kelly balaj. Who's with me from the farm near eat them in northwest scotch. In good morning everyone mourning morning. Let's hear about these rinks. This is an opportunity for you to yes brag but also give us some tips for those newbies among as we'll start with you in toronto describe what you've built yeah so Our place is too big. We're in midtown toronto so Our rink is about sixteen feet wide by about forty feet long. Which is a great size for our young family. Got four and four in our family And we've got you know a light you could think about Some halogen construction light if you will mounted up on top of wooden trellis structure at the edge of our deck. And it's those are angled down towards the rink and that provides plenty of late for You know a nice evening and night skate dot. It's it's pretty simple. What happens if i think of my backyard. I mean it's the size of poaching postage but it's not level at all big hump in the middle of it and a hole on one side. What happens if your backyard isn't level as yeah that that's a it's actually quite challenge that you've gotta work around so the same case in in in our backyard matt at the closest site to the house is where it's the highest the furthest side of our backyard is where it's the.

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"canadians" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"canadians" Discussed on Front Burner

"You heard case Monroe Anderson. Talk about the need to address discrimination in the healthcare system that's something that relates directly with the ongoing threat of covid nineteen. In the US black communities are disproportionately affected. They represent about thirteen percent of the country's population, but more than half of covert related deaths. And in Toronto, research has shown that. The virus is more prevalent in low income, neighborhoods and areas with more immigrants and visible minorities. Dr Kwame. McKenzie is the CEO of the Wellesley Institute a think tank that studies urban health issues. He's calling for Canada to collect race based data on covert nineteen sections. Every day we don't have the data and everyday. We have spoken to communities to try and find out the way the best way to protect them. Is a day when we may lose a life that we could have protectate right so. When did this isn't hypothetical staff? It's not in sort of our move. Wouldn't it be nice? This is lives. This is people being infected. People dying when if we had the if we had the data and the data swimmer light on a titular population, we might be able to move resources that we might be able to do more track more testing more tracking more isolating. Remind them to save people's lives, so it's safe. You hear any frustration in. It's because the state..

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"canadians" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"canadians" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"And welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast. I'm your host Ryan Buds. Thanks for checking out my show. If you are brand new to the show there are eight hundred episodes to go back and listen to and you could do that with a APP called cast box or you can do it on spotify very easily the I tunes APP or Apple PODCAST APP. Rather only goes back. I think fifty or a hundred episodes so if you want some of the old ones where we had more guests on the show. Kinda battling in longer winded discussions about Trivia and pop culture. You can go start back from the very beginning in two thousand sixteen or seventeen or so. We do the show every single day so hit subscribing. You'll never miss a video or a podcast episode on Youtube or your favorite podcast listening APP on your phone shoutout to new patrons we have the show. We have a new seven dollar patron. That Scott. Buhler and Scott's GONNA get a four puzzles every single month that I'm GonNa Create in mail to him. He's going to get to pick a topic that he wants to listen to on the show every single month. He gets a different sticker every month. And I just ordered a ton of new stickers from illustrator in Austin Texas named Brad Albright Checkout Brad Albright illustrations to see the kind of stuff. You might get for the sticker club and he'll get a newsletter mailed to him and he gets access to our discord APP chat or ripostes fun stuff almost every single day and shout out to Pamela Yoshimura who joined the dollar level and gets a digital newsletter and access to discord as well Pamela and Scott hope to see in their posting fun pop culture stuff maybe Trivia you guys come up with maybe stuff you WANNA share with other fans of the show. Today's episode is GonNa be about famous Canadian. So I've got eleven questions for you. I'm GONNA give you three works three different things from these people whether an author or actor or musician and you tell me who we're talking about we're GONNA jump into those questions right now. Here we go all right. It's time for famous Canadian. I'll give you three works. You tell me who are talking about here is number one. We have Baywatch Home Improvement and scary movie three. Who WOULD THAT BE? Baywatch Home Improvement in scary movie. Three number one question number two. The Works Girls Need Love Passion. Fruit and money in the grave number. Two girls need love. Passion fruit and money in the grave question. Three half Nelson gangster squad and remember the titans number three half Nelson gangster squad and remember the titans number four so clean priceline dot com and DIRECTTV so clean priceline Dot Com and direct TV question. Five cone heads trading places and ghostbusters. Famous Canadian number five cone heads trading places and ghostbusters. Question number six complicated. Hello Kitty and my happy ending. What are those three things? And what are they talking about number six complicated? Hello Kitty and my happy ending number seven we have Lucas. Licensed to drive and silver bullet number seven Lucas license to drive can silver boy question number eight. Hi Friend move for me and ghosts in stuff number eight. Hi Friend move for me and ghosts in stuff number. Eight number nine. We have knocked up. Pineapple Express in freaks and geeks knocked up pineapple express in freaks and Geeks and number ten all by myself. Because you love me and it's all coming back to me now all by myself because you loved me. It's all coming back to me now. That could be one whole thing. If you put all three of those together your viewpoint bonus. Question is about the national anthem of Canada for two points. What is the second line of? Oh Canada. What is the second line of Oak candid up? Those are all your questions for famous Canadians. And all things Canda. We'll be right back in just a second with the answers. We are back with the answers to famous Canadians. If you listen to the show and live in Canada thank you so much for spreading the word around the north for me and we appreciate your listening number one. We have Baywatch Home Improvement and scary movie. Three that was of course bombshell Pamela Anderson number. One Pamela Anderson. She used to be on library. Sitcom called stacked which I thought was a funny name for a show. Number one Pam Anderson Number two girls need love passion. Fruit and money in the grave would be the rapper drake drake from degrassi fame number three famous Canadians. Half Nelson gangster squad. Remember the Titans Ryan Gosling. People confuse us all the time. We're both a couple of Ryan's is trying to make it in the entertainment world number three Ryan gosling number four so clean priceline dot com and direct. Tv All commercials performed in. And by William Shatner William Shatner who has a very smooth looking face for his ninety year old age or eighty whatever. He is number five cone heads trading places and ghostbusters. Dan ackroyd Dan ackroyd. I always thought he was from Chicago but he is from Canada number six complicated. Hello Kitty and my happy ending are all songs by Averill Levin. Who's been married to the lead singer of nickelback and some forty one at different times in her life number seven. Lucas licensed to drive in silver bullet. Corey Haleema Corey Haim subject of a documentary that is made by Corey Feldman. I just saw a bunch of headlines about it with some very weird allegations. Go Look if you're a fan of the corey's number eight hi friend move for me and ghosts and stuff are all by a DJ named dead mouse and he spells his name d. e. a. d. M. A. U. Five. Why would need right number nine? Knocked up Pineapple Express freaks and Geeks Seth Rogan Nice. Easy One Seth Rogan Number. Ten all by myself. Because you love me and it's coming back to me now celine Dion Selene Dion had a big residency in Vegas in two thousand three. We asked that question a few weeks ago. And you're famous Canadian bonus question. What is the second line of Oak Canada our home and native land? Oh can our home and native land. That was the answer and that was the whole quiz. Thank you so much for listening to today's episode. Thanks for watching on Youtube. We have one more question for you. In the form of the question of the day and the question today is how often is wired magazine published? Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds on twitter or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday's question to answer was Dave Thomas for the founder of Wendy's and you're not name of the day is Barack Paper Scissors Barack as in Obama. Paper scissors use that next time. You play team Trivia guys if you're listening to the show and you want to host Trivia questions about how to get started how to pitch the bars how to do all that stuff just Google Trivia with buds how to host a tribute night me and my friend. Jim Fields the asking Nebraskan. He asked me a bunch of questions about a year and a half ago and I think I answered a lot of those questions pretty well so if you need some help getting started just search that and also you can email me anytime and I will respond for sure Ryan Budget G MAIL DOT COM. Thank you so much for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. And we'll see you tomorrow for more Trivia with buds. Cheers.

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"canadians" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"canadians" Discussed on The Big Story

"Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Michael Geist is a law professor at the University of Ottawa and he specializes in among other things online privacy issues hi Michael. Thanks for joining us today. I'm really happy to do perfect. Can you define for all of us first of all just what the right to be forgotten online means sure so. I mean I think the starting point for the right to be forgotten is the notion that there may be content online that we would like to have forgotten to be forgotten that it may be truthful well. It may be accurate but it can be embarrassing. It can be even more than embarrassing. It can cause real harm to a reputation but it's difficult to remove it because there's nothing inaccurate accurate about it. There's nothing unlawful about it and in fact by and large it's often would rest undiscovered but for search engines that make it easier. You're to find content in a sense. The Internet never forgets in part because of search engines and so the idea behind the right to be forgotten. Is this right that people have have to ask that information be removed largely from search engine indexes so that the information may remain online but will be very difficult for four others to find and when we talk about a right to be forgotten I wear and we're not are we talking about a legal right like can people actually do this and where it's enforceable I suppose so the the place that gets the most amount of attention of the jurisdiction that gets the most amount of tension around this issue is this is within the European Union and many of your listeners may know that Europe is adopted fairly forward-looking privacy regulations they refer to them often data protection rules and they go beyond what what's found in many other jurisdictions and all of this kind of arose out of a case number of years ago where someone in Spain had a an a newspaper article that had been posted many years years earlier involving some legal issues he found it through Google. He wanted to have it removed. He asked Google to remove it. Because as I say was difficult to actually remove the underlying content Google said no the case went up through the European courts and ultimately the court interpreted existing European law law to allow for the the allow for Europeans to ask for content to be removed from search indexes and so google proceeded to abide by the ruling and set up a structure whereby people can ask for search results to be removed in a sense have certain certain information removed from the index itself so how does that work in practice obviously they don't have to remove it so presumably there's a a person or a a a jury almost there somewhere deciding whether or not I guess this is embarrassing offer long enough in the past two warrant no longer be in the first thing that pops up when someone among Google's you right they've adapted or adopted rather a fairly detailed prescribed system to deal with this and some would argue they do have to remove content wanted least content that falls within the strict structure of the law from their index so the way that they do it is that there is an online form that people can fill out they can identify the a url or the web address where the content is located at provide the reason that they believe that it ought to be removed and they've got essentially a triage system in place whereby they get a first round of review someone will take a look at this decide whether or not they agree with the claim that's being made by the individual sometimes they remove the content. Sometimes they take a look at this and say now. I don't think this really qualifies and other times they say this is a pretty challenging the issue it's not totally clear cut their arguments on both sides and so in a sense the url or the claim gets escalated to others who may be asked to conduct their own review in the this. These issues can get slowly escalated within the company until ultimately. There's a final decision maker who can make the call whether it stays. He's in or out depending on that decision if it goes if the company Says No. We're not removing it. Then it's open to the individual to file a complaint with their data protection commissioner arguing that Google is not in compliance with their obligations to the right to be forgotten. Do we have any idea since this process was put in place how popular it's been and what people are using it for because. I feel like there's such a wide spectrum of things. People might really WANNA be forgotten online we do. Google has some numbers that are out there we are talking about hundreds of thousands of URL's that have been removed from their index since this was put into place several years ago so we are talking about something that's pretty widely used now and when you talk to people at Google they'll tell you that there really are these kind of three buckets of cases there are those that are no brainers in the sense that yes. It clearly ought to be removed. It's causing harm they. You can see why it would cause harm. The information itself may be accurate took place years ago but for whatever reason it ought to be removed now then there are those is that they say well no. We're simply not going to remove a competitor doesn't like something that someone else is saying about them and they say sorry. That's not good enough. We're not going to remove that and then there are the really hard cases. This is where there may be public value in continuing to have access to this information. There may be some amount of harm and I think troublingly to due to a lot of people we ultimately then put the decision in the hands of large intermediary like Google that has to weigh these competing views and ultimately certainly make a call and so by having a system that largely takes this out of the hands of kind of entities that we would traditionally look to to conduct these reviews for for example a court were vesting actually a considerable amount of power in company like in a company like Google and we're going to get to how that applies or doesn't apply in Canada and a minute but I guess my obvious question then is how does Google feel about that being the sort of judge jury and executioner on these things while they certainly opposed the case or or the case the cases it proceeded through the European court but once they were left with no alternative but to comply with the law they they obviously did so they have been continued and you too they have continued to engage in cases that that they prescribe or circumscribe. I suppose some of the limits of the of the law so so for example there was a recent case out of Europe that raise the question as to whether or not the removal of the results from the search index should be limited just to people within Europe or was Google obligated to remove from the search index the results on a global basis and so Google Google unsurprisingly argued if we've got to comply with the law the compliance ought to be limited to the European borders the idea that somehow Europe decides for the rest of the world what comes comes in or out of a search index seems inappropriate and a European court actually agreed with them. They said you're right. The way the lies constructed right now the it the limits commits are at the at within Europe although it's open to a specific country individual country to say we'd like to see it extended further and then they could take up review of that kind of law in the future. I don't even think that many people have an idea that Google results can be so different country to country the other cat and this actually came up in a Canadian case a couple couple of years ago case known as Equa Stech where British Columbia Court issued a essentially a takedown or removal from the search index it was coming out of an intellectual actual property dispute and the question that ultimately went to the Supreme Court of Canada was whether or not a Canadian court order could require a company like Google cool to remove search results not just for those accessing it in Canada but those doing so on a global basis in interestingly the Canadian Supreme Court ruled in that case is that they could issue an order that would be applicable on a global basis so we're starting to see some differences of opinion in a sense between high courts around the world about about how far their rules their orders ought to extend but from the perspective of company like Google they do have the ability to to limit search results it may not be one hundred percent perfect but Canadian seeking to access google typically will find.

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"canadians" Discussed on Poutine Politics

Poutine Politics

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"canadians" Discussed on Poutine Politics

"That's basically the big difference and i remember back in my financial advisers as the calculation on it. It's probably not the same right now but it's roughly thirty six thousand dollars a year that if you made more than thirty six thousand dollars a year you're better off for long-term term savings to put an r._s._p. If you make less than thirty six thousand dollars you're better off to put in tax free savings account just by the numbers and it was based on tax brackets at the time yeah it was based on time. I mean might fluctuate but it's in that range thirty five to four thousand probably on the ranch so the reality is is that that only applies if you have that savings well if you don't have that money lying around which most the people in that tax brackets would or lower than thirty five thousand wooden half then the only people applies to our people that have maxed out every other possible savings plans. It's like max out there r._s._p. If you max out your r._s._p. Yes you should go to tax free savings account but those aren't the people that they claimed it was four know exactly exactly if you're i mean i don't even max my r._s._p. I'd love to but i don't. I can't not yet no. I have a thing called a mortgage and you've used still paying mortgage. It's probably too right. I certainly do there. You go okay so the next section was about was making our system more progressive so they figured that this would generate as well somewhere around sixteen billion dollars <music> plus a year so a restoring corporate tax rates to two thousand and ten levels so this is federal tax rates so right now the general corporate tax rate federally is fifteen percent and for small businesses. It's nine so their proposal is to raise the general rate back to eighteen and the small business rate back to eleven so we've got a three percent increase on general rate which is large businesses businesses that make over five hundred thousand dollars in profit and two percent on small businesses so under five hundred thousand dollars in profit. That's that's kind of the delineation line when it comes to corporations so they figure that those two changes alone would generate <hes> almost eight billion dollars a year in additional title revenue. Yes and you know some people say oh well. It's going to harm small businesses and it's gonna make them bankrupt like most things marginal. The companies that are marginal are the ones that are going to be affected affected. The most businesses still have to run still have to operate so yes it does come in some kind of economic spence however ever you have to pay some way so you either pay for from the person's pocket or you play for them business pocket. It is what it is okay so the liberals introduced a new federal tax bracket of thirty three percent on incomes above two hundred thousand that was introduced in two thousand sixteen in this report. They proposed in creating another tax bracket of thirty seven percent for incomes above one million interesting based on. I guess public numbers that are available that tax tax rate would roughly affect only twenty five thousand people in the country but based on their average incomes would still be able to generate roughly a billion dollars in tax money every every year so billion dollars in extra taxes from twenty five thousand people out of a country of five million those twenty five thousand like it and the the other problem insists that those are the twenty five thousand that have the most influence probably like the democrats and the weston's and families like that no because they're not income. That's the other thing a lot of those people. Don't get the income. That's the tricky part. That never gets addressed. What do you mean. I mean that a lot of a lot of people if you inherit money you're not paying you want into. Oh you're okay. Yes yes right you. Just have you have the money. That's not income though right you're paying. You're paying the taxes on the money. You're making on that money. They were near the amount that it is a direct income. Apply g. s. t. h. T. two digital services so this is what they're saying is when let's say a company like facebook so facebook an international company and but they offer advertising services to canadians for this podcast we could pay for advertising on facebook to get our posts out there. I've heard that it is hit or miss as to whether it's successful or not but it's something you can do do so as it is because facebook at least from a business standpoint even though they have offices in silicon valley they are actually shuli headquartered for tax purposes in ireland. If you pay facebook with a credit card for advertising if you look at that credit card statement afterwards most likely it's it's gonna show that the charge came from ireland but it's going to be in canadian dollars yes but it goes to ireland it goes to ireland and that's because ireland has an extremely low corporate tax rate so but the i thing is is that because they're a foreign company. They don't have to charge you. Sales tax what they're proposing is that companies of that nature that are from outside died that are providing services to canadians which technically because you're accessing it from your computer could be argued that the services versus are being provided in canada that they have to charge our sales taxes on that obviously the argument against that would be well then that's more money out of the pockets of the person that's spending the money what i would say to that is if they're a business owner and they're having to pay t. They can claim that h._s._a. That they're paying as an input tax credit on their return and they're going to essentially either a get that money back or be have to send less of the t. They've collected from their customers to the government. So in the end result it really is or should be relatively revenue neutral to the person that has to pay it. Yeah you could be interesting. I mean i'm surprised it's not in place yet. I think it'll be honest like the fact that government hasn't been like wait. We're sending money somewhere else that we're not taxing that. Let's say we should tax it. Limit corporate corporate compensation deduction for a single executive for employees to one million dollars so everybody remembers doug ford's whole situation with mayo schmidt with the c._e._o. Of hydrogen calling him the six million dollar man okay and then i guess when when they turned around and we're trying to hire a new c._e._o. C._e._o. executive four hydro one. They set the salary at one point eight million dollars so significantly less fine which obviously was part of the point of making the change range but the so what this is is that when you consider how much especially ceo's tend to make between their wages between their incentive bonuses between between stock options on all these other things all these things that are write offs to the businesses that they work for this proposal is to limit the right off to to the corporation per employee one million dollars yeah so it's a way of closing funds to you people in if you wanna pay somebody five million dollars a year pay them five million dollars a year. Don't pay them two million dollars a year and and now you get a car you get a house you get a three percent stock options and all this stuff because if you're not claiming it again there's capital tax gains. Those are all these other loopholes with an expose that aren't contributing what i found out in reading this document which was news to me because you know i don't pay very much attention to laws passed in the u._s. A lotta people should know about the tax cuts that were passed in the states in two thousand seventeen. Everybody's been calling them the republican public or trump tax cuts and huge corporate tax rate drop but apparently one of the things that was included in that bill. Was this provision where the right off businesses for compensation would be limited to a million dollars so any pay to a to an executive to any employee that was higher than a million dollars any sort of complex. It's competition higher than a million dollars. The business would only be able to write off of a million dollars of it. That's right people understand. Even trump is crazy. He carefully does the right thing. I know it sounds surprising. I would argue that it wasn't him that did that though sh he's. It was someone else that came up with that rule. It was the best tax plan. One hundred percent percent is the best time reintroducing inheritance taxes on high wealth estates so this this goes to the point. You were talking about earlier so there used to be in there used to be an inheritance tax but when capital gains tax irwin capital gains as income was introduced in nineteen seventy two the inheritance tax was eliminated so in certain provinces there is what's what's called a probate tax so when someone passes away it's it's a very small tax that has to be paid on the net the net worth of the assets of the estate which ontario works out to like one and a half percent so their recommendation is that it should go back to roughly what it was pre nineteen seventy-two which forty five percent now what they do say is forty five percent on estates over five million dollars and a lotta rich. People don't like this idea because it's like well. I'm giving my wealth to my kids migrant towards that is they didn't make the money you made the the money. If you wanna give the money to your kit teach them to make money and that's fine however if you're just giving the money they didn't earn it wykeham well. I mean what it is right like. I'm not and we're not we're not talking. You know if you leave your kids two million dollars. <hes> yeah like let's say if i pass away in the only asset i have is my house and my house is worth half a million dollars. That's our that's going to get hit with. The probate. Bait fees like the provincial probate fees which like i said in ontario's around one and a half percent but that's a low enough value that it would it would not get hit by this proposal because it's not five million dollars. Okay obviously the majority of people that pass away do not have five million dollars states so we're talking about a small percentage of the population nation predominantly the wealthy as would be classified as the one percent and what i technically probably classify as higher than the one percent tackling international national tax evasion avoidance and tax havens man. Do i want to go after that. One okay so reforms on the international corporate tax system so part of the issues does that happen right now and this goes back to what i was talking about the fact that when you pay for advertising on facebook you're most likely you're gonna see that the charge goes to.

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"canadians" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"canadians" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"For the canadians this is this is a massive discrepancy and they didn't even try to make it right it sounds like and i think that's the biggest part of this this contract discussions going on for a long time and if you think about it from berry standpoint he was he felt like a lame duck coach right so he was coaching saying hey fine we're gonna we're gonna do whatever it takes a minute workout at work it out so that we can get this thing right and then he wins a cup and they come in and say well you know triggered the so we've got good i don't blame him one bit the only thing that's difficult is there's only one open job in the entire nhl right now it's for the islanders so right you're another nhl team are you here like the mother teams like you know what this bag of bones over here ain't doing it up gray it's a hill and they take to mill and even if he doesn't upgrade right now you've got to think that in a year he will be the hottest candidate coming off he'll probably work for espn for a year spending their go out and get that money spent a year getting drunk with the cup and then then go back to work you're that's not surprising well that's what it takes to be i'll do that really for any cherry vodka good out of the cup it's gotta be out of the stanley cup that's all i ask for it spain bits on espn radio coming up the spurs could be at the center of what happens to lebron james but does that mean it's time for a rebuild in san antonio after literally decades of the good life and will they have many options about what that rebuild looks like coming up next pain and fitz on espn radio in the spn.

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