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How to Make Your Website Accessible to All
"Hello My name is Jeff White. And I'm the CO founder of Kula Partners, a marketing and web design, and Development Agency based in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. We work primarily with BT manufacturers located throughout North America and I'm also the CO host of a podcast called the Kula ring where we interview those manufacturing marketers and learn about their successes and failures and the things that they're most interested are excited about. But today, I'm here to talk to you about how to make your website accessible to all. It's a really important topic and not one that a Lotta people understand or even know. The importance of. But the fact of the matter is. Over thirteen percent of adult Americans have some form of disability with vision and hearing loss being the most prevalent and in this day and age there are actually lawsuits being levied against organizations that do not have. Websites in fact, the same laws that apply to accessible places such as having wheelchair ramps or accessible washrooms the ADA. With disabilities, act applies to the web. So what are we going to talk to you today about how you can structure your site in a way? So that is going to be available and accessible to everyone and I'm GonNa show you exactly what you can do in order to make your site available to all. With thirteen percent of Americans having disability, and the fact that in many beat be sales relationships having eight ten to fourteen. Members of buying committee. There's a very real chance that some of the people that you're trying to sell to actually do have a disability and as such ensuring that your site is available to those people is not only the right thing to do but it also may impact your ability to sell to the companies that you want to sell to. So, let's talk about that. From a foundational perspective. One of the very first things that you need to consider when you're building an accessible website is that your navigation is clear and concise and that it makes sense and adds value to the content on the site. Many. People when they're putting together their information architecture, there's main sitemap navigation? Used general categories such as products services about us, things like that. But those don't really begin to describe what kinds of content you're going to find underneath of them. and. I often urge our clients and others that we work with to use more descriptive language that talks about the actual categories of products at the top level of their site. This ensures that upon first glance or I read through of those navigation categories that someone can actually get more information about what it is that your company does or cells. So I would encourage you to put those key categories into the navigation to ensure that it actually makes additional sense to someone who's breeding it or viewing it for the first time. While it's very important for your navigation to be well-structured and for the link names to be relevant and descriptive of the content that people are going to find behind them. Structuring the page hierarchy of the site is of equal importance. And not only does this help to organize the content within the site, but it also helps to ensure that visitors to the site are able to find where they are in the overall site structure. You need to add signposts, breadcrumbs, and other elements help people exactly what page people are on within the site and what category of content they're looking at it in. This will help them ensure that they know where they are spatially within the site. One of the great things about using semantic. For your navigation is that not only are you going to make it easier to understand in use for all of your site visitors, but it's going to have a positive impact on your on page search as well. So as you're creating this navigation, the second thing that you need to consider is that people with certain disabilities are going to have a hard time navigating the site with traditional tools like track pads and mice, and touch. They're going to be using screen readers and other assistive tools. And they need to be able to move through the site in a way that isn't necessarily the same as what a sighted person would be able to do. So, we like to employ something called keyboard navigation that allows a user to quickly skip past all of the chrome or navigational elements that they can get right to the meat of the site this happened by hitting the tab key and allowing somebody to actually skip directly to the content within the site, and if they choose not to do that, it will actually read to them what the different navigational elements are. So implementing keyboard navigation is one of the quickest things that you can do to actually make your site accessible. If you're looking for a guide to all of the requirements for website accessibility you need look no further than the website content accessibility guidelines or why Cag-. This is a list of all of the available accessibility features and things that need to be built into your site to meet or exceed the accessibility standards. There are currently two core levels that we are concerned about, and that's Aa and. AAA. AAA guidelines actually add additional scope for higher level contrast, as well as devices and considerations for those with cognitive disabilities, not just hearing or sight. And there are two different levels of this. The AA guidelines have less stringent contrast requirements. In. Small text. It's four and a half to one in the triple A. Guidelines looking at a difference of seven to one. So this insures that text that is smaller than eighteen point in Roman or fourteen point in bold has sufficient contrast between the foreground, the background. So as to be legible to those who may not have the ability to see it as clearly as those with regular normal site.
AI Tries to Save the Whales
"We head to the Pacific northwest to understand the obstacles that confront these endangered orcas and how researchers are using artificial intelligence to help orcas and humans to coexist. WHAT HAPPENED TO J thirty five or Tala wasn't an anomaly the southern resident cavs have been struggling to survive for some time they've been listed as endangered in both the US and Canada since the mid arts. But their numbers continue to fall in two, thousand five there were eight. Now there are just seventy two in the wild one lives in captivity. Their home waters in the sailor, see an elaborate network of channels that span the coasts of Seattle Vancouver from Olympia Washington in the south to the middle of Vancouver Island British Columbia in the north. The see encompasses puget sound the Strait of Georgia and the Strait of Juan De. FUCA. Much of it is rich in natural beauty and teeming with wildlife with rural shorelines backlit by tall evergreens and craggy. Hills. It's a magnet for nature lovers who crave inactive lifestyle, but the Pacific northwest has been getting crowded these paths few decades with people competing for space with the local wildlife as of two thousand twenty. Washington's population was nearly eight million and Vancouver's topped out at about two and a half million and is projected to grow. It's become a busy place. So you see things like Bald Eagles nesting next to satellite dishes in busy parking lots. Big. Ravens Beg for food next to cold press coffeeshops commuters hop on ferry boats here like people in other towns take the train or the car. On these trips they can sometimes spot the southern resident orcas milling about but a lot of the time the orchestra framed by ferry boats or container ships. The area's ports are growing along with the population. In twenty eighteen Porta Vancouver ship activity reached a record high and the port is undergoing numerous expansions. Increased. Commercial ship traffic on top of recreational boat activity is one of the biggest threats facing the whales that live here. This traffic causes numerous problems ships pollute the water, and they're loud under the waves. As we're about to find out the ocean is getting crowded and noisy, and it's negatively impacting the whales. Dr Lance Barrett Lennard is the director of the Marine Mammal Research Program at the Vancouver Aquarium. There's also a lot of heavy vessel traffic that comes in some of the going to the port of Vancouver some of the going to the port of Seattle unfortunately both both major west coast ports. have their roots running through. Southern Resident Critical Habitat. But the obvious problem he says is that more boats increase the chances that Wales will get hit. especially, if the boats are going fast. Whale is far less likely to be hit by ship that's running slow, and if it's running less than ten knots, a good chance to survive even if it is hit, that's just the facts. So regulators started issuing slowdown directives, it few areas these slowdowns are mandatory, but in the Pacific northwest or the orcas live, they remain mostly voluntary. Mariner say they want to avoid the ORCAS but there are business conflicts John? Berg. Is With Pacific, Merchant Shipping Association a Trade Group that represents about thirty shipping lines that do business along the Pacific coast. For a lot of ships. Schedule Integrity. Is. Paramount. and. So they need to be at a certain port at a certain day in a certain time. And so planning is essential especially since coming in late can mean higher fees and lost revenue. Mariners go back and forth about how quiet ships they talk about things like reducing noise by finding optimum speed or by retrofitting or upgrading vessels with more efficient quieter parts. They even say that in some cases slower vessels. Moore of Iraq. Now to researchers, this is a settled question, the faster ship the louder the ship. And it's the noise that is even more detrimental to the ORCAS than ship. Strikes. The underwater cacophony is mostly generated by ship's propeller. It releases vapor filled bubbles. ORCAS like all CETACEANS rely on echo location to communicate, made and find food. For ORCAS, it's how they find salmon as the ORCAS chase salmon they make clicking sounds that they send out into the ocean. The click then bounces off of the salmon and creates an echo, and that's how they know where the salmon are underwater noise pollution specialist. Dr Lindy Wildcard is an adjunct research associate at Dalhousie University in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. CETACEANS are particularly vocal of the US sounds to find their prey actively using bio sonar. And the various noise sources that humans put into the ocean can affect. Wales and that they are masked, that is the sounds of interests are obliterated by by US adding this sort of acoustics smog of of noise so they can't hear as well. You can actually hear the masking that wildcard is talking about listen to this underwater recording of northern resident orcas who have different dialects from their neighbors, the southern resident or is this recording was provided by Orca lab a nonprofit research center based on Hanson Island near British. Columbia. Canada. Those. SQUEALS ARE ORCA calls. Here's what happens if you overlay their calls with recording of the ship underwater. It drowns out the ORCAS squeals. All you hear is ship noise. That's because the sound created by the ship is at the same high frequency ranges the ORCAS. It's kind of like being at a dinner party where people are talking over each other. But for the ORCAS, the increased sound means they'll lose their seat at the table. If the ORCAS can't hear themselves they can't hear the seminar and so they can't find food. And that can have far reaching impacts that affect the entire population. Their stress hormones can increase. with, noise with the seismic Airgun sounds they also reduce their vocalisations to the point of sometimes falling outright silent, which means they can't communicate with each other and that probably affects mating. If mayors could know where the ORCAS are. They could try to avoid that part of the ocean or at least slow down. So their engine noise doesn't drown the ORCAS OUT Ideally. They'd only have to go slow when the orcas were in the area, but it can be hard for ship captains to confirm where the whales are in fog rain or even under normal circumstances ship captains can't always see them they often miss them. So some conservationists along with the Canadian government installed underwater hydrophones in the Salish Sea along the coast of British Columbia near known ORCA HABITAT, they wanted to be able to track the ORCAS through their echo location calls. But remember how it works. Sound was drowned out by the ship's well, it's not just hard for the orchestra here. It's hard for the humans to. It can take people a long time to listen to all those recordings figuring out what is well sound, and what is this ship fish or other marine life sounds the orcas make noise at all hours of the day and night, and all of that sound even that record overnight has to be listened to by someone. Up. Next. How artificial intelligence can help speed this process up? And maybe find a solution for both the ships and the whales.
Boston - EEE Risk Levels Rise To High, Moderate In Multiple Plymouth County Communities
"State public health officials raised the risk level for the mosquito born Tripoli and Bridgewater in Halifax in Plymouth County from moderate to high that brings the total number of communities at higher critical risk of Tripoli to eight. There's been one confirm human case of Tripoli this
Defining Moments In Our Lives Where Fear And Courage Meet
"You so much for being with us on untangled today. We are just thrilled to have you here. Thank you so much wonderful summer day here in Santa Fe. Oh, that's awesome I wanted to start by asking you the question. I love the book. I read it this weekend. Just devoured it and wanted to understand what inspired you to write this particular book I've had the good fortune to be working in the end of life. Life Care Field, and in various other fields, including working with people corporations, working in humanitarian efforts working as a volunteer, the penitentiary system, working with educators, and it just been for fifty years, and I've had the opportunity to hear people who want to serve others who are engaged in service to others whether in education or medicine or law or business hearing them speak about the kinds of challenges. They experience in their work service to others. And it has been an extraordinary experience for me because one thinks that being a good person opening one's life to a world of service whether you're a doctor, a nurse, a lawyer and educator, or even a parent that this is work that is continually easy, but it's not necessarily a so, and so I began to look at the consistent patterns in relation to states that are considered to be virtuous like altruism or empathy or integrity and respect and engagement and discovered that. That there are shadow sides to these important human capacities, and that the shadow sides are often a source of great suffering, not only to those who are serving, but to those who are being served so I wrote the book I wrote the book in part because I also saw that the lever or the means of transforming the shadow side of these virtuous states is compassion, and so the last section of the book. It's you know is about compassion, yeah, and you. You just mentioned the edge states, and you talked about being at the edge can either gives us great potential for growth, or for suffering, depending on how we face our situations, and you also mentioned that like our toughest challenges can be our most valuable source of wisdom. I'm so curious about what is the difference between people who fall apart when they're challenged in these situations and the people who do become wiser, and who are able to grow. How do you think about? About that I don't know what the common feature is. Because what I've seen is that this potential for transformation exists within all of us and I think that's really important for all of us to understand that we all have this capacity to actually shift out of these conditions, and to that caused us so much suffering, and in the process of shifting to actually become stronger as a result of this transformation process. In my experience, it can happen to any kind of person. But that shift also involves as I said before opening up the experience of fundamental compassion, and when I talk about compassion, I'm speaking about this capacity to actually attend to our own experience into the experience of others as well as to have the intention to actually transform suffering and various other qualities, which I described in relation to compassion, but it's like in our day profundis in our deepest most difficult moments. This is where and Rebecca Sola talks about this. There is hope in the darkness. I Look Patricia as someone who has. been through a lot in relation to my own work as a time of kind of it's an experience of building character if you will when we fall over the edge, find ourselves in great difficulties, and we managed to pull ourselves out of the difficulties, and as a result of that, we're actually strengthened, and we have more capacity. There's
Defining Moments In Our Lives Where Fear And Courage Meet
"Thank you so much for being with us on untangled today. We are just thrilled to have you here. Thank you so much wonderful summer day here in Santa Fe. Oh, that's awesome I wanted to start by asking you the question. I love the book. I read it this weekend. Just devoured it and wanted to understand what inspired you to write this particular book I've had the good fortune to be working in the end of life. Life Care Field, and in various other fields, including working with people corporations, working in humanitarian efforts working as a volunteer, the penitentiary system, working with educators, and it just been for fifty years, and I've had the opportunity to hear people who want to serve others who are engaged in service to others whether in education or medicine or law or business hearing them speak about the kinds of challenges. They experience in their work service to others. And it has been an extraordinary experience for me because one thinks that being a good person opening one's life to a world of service whether you're a doctor, a nurse, a lawyer and educator, or even a parent that this is work that is continually easy, but it's not necessarily a so, and so I began to look at the consistent patterns in relation to states that are considered to be virtuous like altruism or empathy or integrity and respect and engagement and discovered that. That there are shadow sides to these important human capacities, and that the shadow sides are often a source of great suffering, not only to those who are serving, but to those who are being served so I wrote the book I wrote the book in part because I also saw that the lever or the means of transforming the shadow side of these virtuous states is compassion, and so the last section of the book. It's you know is about compassion, yeah, and you. You just mentioned the edge states, and you talked about being at the edge can either gives us great potential for growth, or for suffering, depending on how we face our situations, and you also mentioned that like our toughest challenges can be our most valuable source of wisdom. I'm so curious about what is the difference between people who fall apart when they're challenged in these situations and the people who do become wiser, and who are able to grow. How do you think about? About that I don't know what the common feature is. Because what I've seen is that this potential for transformation exists within all of us and I think that's really important for all of us to understand that we all have this capacity to actually shift out of these conditions, and to that caused us so much suffering, and in the process of shifting to actually become stronger as a result of this transformation process. In my experience, it can happen to any kind of person. But that shift also involves as I said before opening up the experience of fundamental compassion, and when I talk about compassion, I'm speaking about this capacity to actually attend to our own experience into the experience of others as well as to have the intention to actually transform suffering and various other qualities, which I described in relation to compassion, but it's like in our day profundis in our deepest most difficult moments. This is where and Rebecca Sola talks about this. There is hope in the darkness. I Look Patricia as someone who has. been through a lot in relation to my own work as a time of kind of it's an experience of building character if you will when we fall over the edge, find ourselves in great difficulties, and we managed to pull ourselves out of the difficulties, and as a result of that, we're actually strengthened, and we have more capacity. There's
Don't Let This Crisis Go To Waste | Roshi Joan Halifax
"Our guest this week is definitely not arguing that the pandemic is a good thing but she also believes that we shouldn't let a good crisis go to waste as they sometimes say in politics. This is a wakeup call. She says a chance I to really take a beat and ask ourselves what actually matters. How do we want to do this? Life both individually and as a culture her name is Rashid. Joan Halifax PhD. She is She's this is our second appearance on the show. She is a major figure in the in the American Buddhist seen. She's a Buddhist teacher. As an priest anthropologist a pioneer in the field of end of life care. She's the founder Abbot and head teacher at. Up Institute ends then center in Santa Fe New Mexico. She was speaking to us from her bedroom. There for this podcast and her motto for this crisis as you will hear is strong back. Soft Front. Chill. Explain what that means and much more. Here we go. Joan Halifax Super High Dan. Where are you? I'm in my wife's closet. I could make a comment about that. I mean you're in a safe place. You can make any comment you want. I. I am in a safe place but I have to watch out about my comments broadcast out there. I feel a little embarrassed sometimes. Fair enough fair enough. Let me start with a question. That may historically pre-crisis was perfunctory question. But actually now is a very interesting question which is how are you well? I'm actually fine. I was fine pre-crisis and in the race in the middle of this thing. I'm feeling very fortunate to be sheltering with twenty four people at the center and having a strong practice and also having the opportunity to cook food for homeless people which is delivered safely and also the kind of zoom world which I was not particularly involved prior to the crisis talking to the vacuum on zoom. It is really kind of bizarre situation. But I'm getting more comfortable sharing the Dharma to the zoom space. So it sounds like you're doing fine but what are your observations about the state of the world? That's a small question. Well this podcast. You can answer for as long as you'd like yeah. I'm very interested in what is happening. I will say that I feel like I was born to be in the middle of this mess. It's kind of charnel. Ground a global charnel ground and I also an anthropologist and a former lifetime so it's just for me an incredible process that we're in where we're reflecting the aspects that have been written about in terms of what is right of passage. We're seeing it at a global level and I don't know what the outcome will be one of the things that glassman she taught me was to really sit with not knowing and we're in this experience of radical uncertainty right now. There's just no way that we can predict what the outcome of all this will be. You know although there are intimations from and others about the possibility of a pandemic but I think you know there's a kind of global oblivion that has been operational for a little bit too long suddenly. We've gotten this invisible wakeup call and it is fascinating and it is frightening. And it is compounded by the fact that literally millions of people are in social isolation and it is as I said an opportunity for us to look deeply at our lives on our lives in relationship to people who are less Economically could I say stable affluent and also to look the effects of our lives the environment? So you know as I said Dad. This is like a right of passage where we're in the first phase of that rite of passage and rites of passage were described by. Arnold Van. Hannah who was a Dutch ethnologist. Who wrote a very important book? In the Nineteen Twenties on rites of passage and it became the model that anthropologists mythologised used to actually look at the contours of transformation and transformational processes that individuals as well as cultures. Go through and Ben Hannah Fascinating. Enough identified the first phase of a rite of passage as separation. And we're in it. I mean our experience of social isolation is an absolute perfect conditions for us to withdraw from our ordinary lives. Our normal lives to be put into solitude so to speak and to not have access to others or to our habitual ways of living and consuming. That have been part of our lives forever. So we're in the phase of separation and then then describes the second phase and that phase is called the threshold experience and the world the word threshold. There's the same feeling and meaning as the word thrash and I feel like we are globally. Being thrashed economies are being thrashed the corporate world. Not so bad. Maybe that it's being thrashed but also people who live in communities of poverty material poverty. They are being thrashed and our racism is becoming much more visible and as well. I think we're at a time where we are. In a certain way seeing the dissolution of a how you could call it exactly but the dissolution of a world that has been built out of an unjust economy that has had profound environmental implications.
1 dead, 5 missing in crash of Canadian chopper off Greece
"A NATO military helicopter crashed in the Mediterranean between Greece and Italy today A. B. C.'s Megan Williams has more from Rome the cyclone helicopter took off from the Canadian Halifax class frigate HMCS Fredericton as part of a NATO exercise off the coast of Greece when it crashed great state media report to brief from the crash has been located with one body retrieved and five others aboard the aircraft missing the Canadian armed forces says it has contacted the primary family members of those on board multiple ships and aircraft from Canada the U. S. Italy and Turkey are involved in the search says NATO
Nova Scotia gunman wearing police uniform kills at least 10 in rampage
"Story Canadian police say at least ten people are dead after shooting rampage across the province of Nova Scotia the suspect is identified as Gabriel workmen and authorities say he disguised himself as a police officer in uniform at one point and mocked up a car to make it look like a royal Canadian Mounted Police cruiser he was arrested at a gas station in near Halifax police say he has since
Newman released from hospital following Daytona 500 crash
"Talk about a speedy recovery less than forty eight hours after a horrific crash during Daytona five hundred race to Ryan Newman has been released from the hospital Roush Fenway racing posted a photo of the driver while king out of Halifax Medical Center accompanied by both of his daughters initial reports after the crash where that Newman was in serious condition and that the injuries he sustained were not life threatening and they were not teach looks like he's doing well
Ryan Newman released from hospital after Daytona 500 crash
"All NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is out of the hospital just days after a terrifying fiery crash in the Daytona five hundred his racing team posted a photo of new men walking out of Halifax Medical Center in Daytona beach Wednesday holding the hands of his two young daughters Newman was leading on the last lap Monday when his car was bombed from behind slammed into the wall was hit by another car flipped and rolled before sliding across the finish line upside down in a shower of sparks and
Ryan Newman released from hospital after Daytona 500 crash
"NASCAR driver Ryan Newman out of the hospital just days after a terrifying crash at the Daytona five hundred Ryan Newman's team Roush Fenway tweets that he's been released from Halifax hospital in Daytona beach the announcement came about two hours after they tweeted a picture showing him standing with his two little girls saying that he'd shown quote great improvement latest tweet includes a picture of the three of them walking out of the hospital this afternoon Newman and his wife Chrissy had announced their separation just days before the race but she's also posted the picture of the words best site ever Peter king's CBS news
Orlando: NASCAR driver Ryan Newman released from hospital after Daytona 500 crash
"Two days after a horrific crash in the Daytona five hundred NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is no longer hospitalized is racing team posted a photo of Newman walking out of Halifax Medical Center in Daytona beach today while holding the hands of his two young daughters earlier Roush Fenway racing said Newman was showing great improvement and was fully alert and walking around the hospital the crash involving Newman's car have been in the last lap of the race on Monday the car slammed into a wall was hit by another car flipped and rolled before sliding across the finish line upside down in a shower of
A thrilling naval rescue off the coast of Nova Scotia
"When things start to go wrong on the open ocean sometimes they go really wrong really quickly. We make really good boats. We have state of the art navigation systems and we have all the emergency measures in the world to prevent disaster still. We don't belong there. The Sea is not our turf. And if you've ever seen a movie about a nautical disaster it's not that far off from reality about a year ago off the eastern coast of Canada. Things went really wrong really quickly. And all that state of the art technology wasn't working when that happens the boat and its crew can't do much outs but put out an emergency distress call and pray that somebody answers it and that those people are close enough to help and if they're really lucky at the ships that answer. The call are part of the Royal Canadian Navy and are prepared to undertake one of the most dramatic. Rescues that you'll hear about outside of a Hollywood pitch meeting. This is the story of that rescue. I'm Jordan he throwing. This is the big stars. Nick Taylor busy of Maclean's chronicled the whole dramatic tale. An hello first of all what is the McKenna McKenna is a forty nine foot yacht. It's called the Hanse four ninety five. It was on the inside of beautiful boat. I don't know a whole lot of boats but I saw some photos Of the cabin and it was decked out you could wash dishes on that thing you could sleep very comfortably and you could sail the high seas. It's a fairly rich person vessel. Yeah I mean it's the kind of you buy when you have some money to buy a boat. So what happened to her well The owner of the boat was named John Hagen. He's a surgeon who lives here Toronto. And he asked a broker who is in the area where he should by boat so John and the broker whose name was pat sturgeon Had A few conversations and they found the McKenna in Greece. In this Mediterranean port called left us their mission was to buy the boat and then find a way to get her to Canada. How do you get a boat to Canada when you buy it overseas? I mean I guess. There's an obvious answer to that question. Well Yeah I mean you you usually on the water but there are a few options you can. You can bring a boat over in a container ship shipped almost package kind of thing or if you want to maybe save a little money depending or have a little more flexibility you can hire skipper to get on that boat. Hire a small crew and take it where you want. And this is what he did. And that's what he did. So tell me. But the the captain and the crew and and I guess what Rupert Mondro does because this is a job that I didn't know existed. It's an unbelievable story. How he started doing what he's doing he was born in South Western. England in Devon Place called barnstable. He was a trained actor at one point. He had his own company. He went bankrupt. He told me at the age of Twenty Eight. He was Drifting around I think thinking what do I do next at that point and so he got on a boat and loved. It started sailing and eventually he started delivering goods because he was very good. Skipper and so twenty five years. He did that until the he was he was hired to bring the McKenna across the Atlantic But he he's just a natural born c fair when you talk to him about it You know it's it's like he was born on the water and the way people talk about him is a remarkable. They say it's almost as if he doesn't need instruments he he can sail the seas just by sort of you know putting his finger in the wind and saying little now the waves are gonna come this way so we better go this way and You know he has autopilot. And all the fancy instruments but He's he's been spent the latter half of his life Just having fun sailing boats around the world and he's gone almost everywhere so he captained the McKenna taking it. I guess from Greece to Canada. Yeah he he brought crew And a cook And in October of two thousand eighteen they they met in in Greece and they spent a few days. They're getting ready Inspecting the boat making sure everything was in working order. It was by all accounts. A beautiful boat the McKenna was in very good condition and And ready for the voyage. He said By text to John. The surgeon Looking wonderful we're GONNA get going and so. They sailed through the Mediterranean. They had to stop in Italy everywhere. They talked with scenic about away but they stopped in Italy to fix a a steering problem fixed. It kept going. Stop at Gibraltar for a little while whether stopped them from going much. Further few days finally got onto the Azores which was the final stop before the Atlantic crossing Weather stop them again. There's a lot of weather in the late fall in the North Atlantic relatively treacherous waters so They were waylaid for for a while and It it took them quite a bit of time to get from Greece to the stores But then in November they set sail for Halifax what happened well. A lot of bad things happened relatively quickly The the treacherous weather caught up with them again. Rupert had this satellite phone that he borrowed from another sailor and he was able to get weather reports on sort of four or five hour delays. So he would check the forecast and based on what it said he would. He would steer the boat in a different direction. There was a big weather system coming in a big low pressure system from the South who was moving north and he and his crew. We're GONNA try to beat it to the north and they almost got there when you when you look at some of the screengrabs. They have of the of the weather patterns but they didn't quite make it and we're caught in this little arm of what they all refer to everyone involved in this as a hurricane. It was not a named hurricane but it was hurricane-force winds and it had this little arm whipping around and got caught in it and It for twenty four hours totally ravaged the boat crew was hunkered down The waves were were roaring. The wind was ripping through the rigging of the masks on On the on the boat and they were I mean they were they were rolling safely but quite violently through huge waves the kind of waves that you would see in big bad blockbuster movies you know. Not Maybe not the biggest of the big but huge so The weather data and they and they survived that The boats survived intact. They didn't capsize anything. Like that. But When it was safe to emerge in sort of inspect the damage rupert who Never saw probably couldn't fix came out and saw problem he almost couldn't fix because Man It was. Just it was torn. The steering was broken. The rudder was at a place it took some real Seafaring ingenuity to even get the boat. Operable again he and they kept going well. The steering quadrant was broken. The the the sort of mechanism that connects the rudder to the autopilot into the anything you need to actually change direction in the boat. He had to flip it around and turn it one hundred and eighty degrees the steering quadrant and then welded into place. Not Welding really. He had a cables and whatever it was at its disposal that would keep things together and worked. And so he I think the cruise airing macgyver. I got yeah he really was a seafaring macgyver and I think the crew was stunned They they were texting as well back to John. The surgeon who was a little helpless at this point in probably starting to feel a little guilty by boat is in the middle of the North Atlantic Middle North Atlantic. And his crew. That I sent. There's with it in. Oh my God we can even do and so. He was getting texts. They're saying we're pretty sure Rupert Scott under control because he's a pretty you know stoic. Man and And he did and they kept going and then well and then I hit more weather goodness. It never really stopped. They were chugging at this point as fast as they could to Halifax where the boat was gonNA spend the winter before coming to Toronto in the spring but more weatherhead This time the forecast racist dead wrong it. It misled Rupert and And his crew and they found themselves overtaken by a storm that I don't think was hurricane force but was nevertheless the kind of thing that would damage a boat. That's already been that's already damaged it just. His ingenuity was Was unfortunately Somewhat beaten down two to nothing by the storm so they found themselves once it had calmed a little bit and they were able to assess the situation adrift at Sea. What do you do in a situation like that? Well in this case what you do. Is You look for boats in the vicinity of your of your boat? Anybody who can help. You is a savior and fortunately for the McKenna. There were two Canadian navy ships. Who happened to be coming home from a mission a training mission in And War Games in Europe and they were only about eight nautical miles away from the McKenna. When everything went Super Ri- so rupert the captain got on the radio with Peter McNeil the captain of HMCS glaze Bay talked a little bit and Ships turned towards the McKenna it was glaze. Bay and HMCS summerside two coastal defence vessels. Which are two of the smaller ships in the fleet? But by comparison to the McKenna they were quite large and probably looked a you. Know a welcome sight to about adrift without any ability to really go anywhere on. Its own power and then they rescued them and it was no problem. In the story is over everything's Peachy The ship came and they just pluck them out. No it was really difficult. The story of this rescue is the stuff of a movie. This podcast will be right back after a really quick message. Can you guess the average dollar amount Canadian households have in savings according to the most recent data? It is just eight hundred and fifty two dollars now. The recommended rate of savings in Canada is ten percent and traditionally Canada's historical rate has been around seven point five percent last year though. It was one point seven. That doesn't sound like a lot because it isn't it can be hard to save today for people who are often carrying debt. It can be even harder in fact thirty nine percent of Canadians right now of all ages. Don't think they will ever save enough for retirement. So how do you save when there's not much there to start with? You need a plan
"halifax" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Being treated at Halifax Medical Center he's in serious condition but doctors have indicated his injuries are non life threatening we appreciate your thoughts and prayers and ask that you respect the privacy of Ryan and his family during this time we appreciate your patience and cooperation and will provide more information as it becomes available Denny Hamlin took the checkered flag his third win at Daytona baseball everyone's in camping never once talking the two biggest stories coming into spring training is what to do with the Astros in their sign stealing scandal from three years ago Yankee skipper Aaron Boone was asked is still being the Astros as a part of it we will be in the business of you know going after thrown at people on purpose and you know we'll just have to see how everything unfolds but I don't expect it to be an issue for us Yankees Vegas off season acquisition pitcher Gerrit Cole was part of that now infamous twenty seventeen World Series championship team then there's raining Aline B. B. Mike trout who's been accused by some of his peers for using H. D. H. including Trevor Bauer I really figuring either because it's not true so way of one person tweet some out and somebody gets all of it they're my seat and wonders about it is when the drought said hour later apologize he's won the award three times games begin on Saturday college hoops third ranked Kansas rocked Iowa state by twenty on the ice winners were Calgary Florida Arizona Vegas and Tampa Bay NBA news the rockets have forwards Tomari Carol and Jeff green.
Nascar champion hurt in dramatic Daytona 500 crash
"A dramatic finish to this year's Daytona five hundred Ryan Newman leading the final lap was involved in a fiery crash that saw his car spin and go airborne flipping several times five hundred champion Denny Hamlin says his thoughts are with new meant for France in the past and you know Ryan's accurate tough guy and so we're we're gonna hope comes as good Newman's being treated at Halifax
2020 Daytona 500 ends in scary crash involving Ryan Newman
"Seven before I go any farther for those of you who went to bed early relatively early on Monday you made out of her the update on Ryan Newman very scary I'm not just scary looking crash but scary in reality crashed sometimes they look worse than they really are but in this case on the final turn at Daytona there and they're coming through the tri oval Ryan Newman got bumped from behind by Dave Blaney and then as he turned and made a you know made a right hand turn turn and slammed into the wall he's he's up there on the track and it's Corey love joy who comes in behind it kind of gets his nose underneath Newman's car and the car flipped up in the air and lands on its hood and then go sliding all the way from where it was all the way to the you know to the start finish line and across the finish line so he technically finished in fourth in the race believe it or not because his momentum carried him across the finish line but his car was completely mangled it was it was a pile of rubble there was fire all around if there was fuel spilling out of his vehicle was so badly damaged and he took a long time for them to get him out of the car it's a really scary even as Denny Hamlin ends up in victory lane and and there was a subdued celebration but I don't think they had any idea how serious it was with Ryan Newman it took a long time for them to get him out of the car and they were they they had to put the car back over so they could they could on trap them but they also you they put out the fire they brought in an ambulance they put a stretcher right next to the car that they put up these black screens all around and they required that media left pit road so they weren't allowing any media to be anywhere near and I I think that set off a lot of worst imagination and worst case scenario possibilities as it turned out Ryan was awake when they got him out of the cars we need help but there's now video out there and and I had gotten gotten a report a report I'd gotten a a text from a friend of mine who works for five Oct that the video crews had seen that he was awake and so we don't know anything else about his condition just that at least for a time when they pulled out of the car he was conscious which you know I was positive about hopeful but that he was rushed right to the trauma center at the Halifax Medical Center and then it was quiet for another hour at least in there was nothing which again sometimes leads people to to assume the worst thankfully around ten oh five or so eastern time there was an update from the executive vice president of NASCAR Steve o'donnell Ryan Newman is being treated at Halifax Medical Center he's in serious condition but doctors have indicated his injuries or non life threatening we appreciate your thoughts and prayers and ask that you respect the privacy of Ryan and his family during this time we appreciate your patience and cooperation and will provide more information as it becomes available this is the same with the NASCAR is used to stay with that Roush racing has used to stay with us all righty Newman's Twitter they're sticking to the same sex line statement so we don't know anything else about his injuries the extent of his injuries but that doctors have said his injuries are not life threatening so that's the best news is in serious condition I he's stable but we don't do anything else he could have very serious injuries but thankfully they're not life threatening so wait to hear something else from Halifax Medical Center hoping for something early on this Tuesday and a lot of fans obviously you're praying for I'm at dell worrying and and wanting to know if there's any updates so we just want to pass that along from NASCAR Virginie Hammadi with his second straight Daytona five hundred and it was a pretty incredible last lap of racing that was legit for most of it until they had that contact but he and his team owner Joe Gibbs were royally criticized for celebrating for being in victory lane for taking photos for the confetti and all that but I hope that people will cut them a little slack because the track is enormous in victory lane is not near where where they were attending to Ryan Newman and you know it if you know anything about Joe Gibbs he's classy he's he's a man of integrity he's kind of this is not a man who would be carelessly celebrating with wild abandon and and not being worried about another driver because he's been in NASCAR for a long time he's got drivers are in these positions all the time and so after the fact both Denny Hamlin and Joe Gibbs were we're trying to explain that they just they didn't know it's a weird balance of your excitement and happiness for yourself but obviously someone's health and their families you're bigger than any wind and in any sport so you know we're we're just hoping for the best I say to everybody out there some people may have sauces have all these guys are celebrating when there's a serious issue going on so hopefully I apologize there by but we really didn't know we got no winner circle and then that's when people told us later on the winner's circle so I wanted to explain that there were one so again I believe Joe gives deserves the benefit of the doubt because he's again a man of integrity that's all he's ever been whether he was a football whether he was in NASCAR this is a guy who really does care about the people who work for any cares about that just people in general is very
Ryan Newman hospitalized after terrifying crash at Daytona 500
"Denny Hamlin won his second straight Daytona five hundred and third overall beating Ryan Blaney in an overtime photo finish marred by a terrifying crash that sent Ryan Newman to the hospital on Monday new minted surged into the lead on the final lap when blame these bumper caught the back of his Ford and set Newman hard right into the wall his car flipped rolled and then was hit on the driver's side by another car and finally skidded across the finish line and golf in flames it took several minutes for his car to be rolled back onto its wheels the two thousand and eight Daytona five hundred winner was placed in a waiting ambulance the damage to his Mustang was extensive it appeared the entire roll cage designed to protect his head had caved in Steve o'donnell NASCAR executive vice president and chief racing development officer read a statement Monday night at ten OO six PM eastern time from Roush Yates racing stating Newman's condition and that Newman is being treated at Halifax health Medical Center in Daytona beach Ryan Newman is being treated at Halifax Medical Center he's in serious condition but doctors have indicated his injuries or non life threatening we appreciate your thoughts and prayers and ask that you respect the privacy of Ryan and his family during this time Amil it is the first driver since sterling marlin in nineteen ninety five to win consecutive Daytona five hundred Richard Petty and Cale Yarborough also have won back to back Daytona five hundred Hammill wins by fourteen thousands of a second at the line the second closest finish in Daytona five
Denny Hamlin wins 3rd Daytona 500 in photo finish
"Ryan Newman was leading the final lap of the Daytona five hundred when his car got a shot from Ryan Blaney they sit him into the outside wall and the airborne as another car slammed into the driver side front Newman's car for multiple times down the front stretch coming to arrest as emergency crews quickly responded he was immediately taken Halifax health for treatment and NASCAR later released a statement that his injuries were serious but non life threatening as a crash played out Denny Hamlin drove past Blaney to win his second Daytona five hundred it is many years it's a weird balance of your excitement and happiness for yourself but obviously someone's health and their families you're bigger than any wind and in any sport Blaney finished second followed by Chris Busher in third jury Jordan Daytona beach Florida
The invisible epidemic of drugged drinks
"If you've spent an evening anywhere people gather for drinks and a good time over the past three decades or so you've probably seen a poster or heard a warning watch your drink. Don't leave it unattended. If in doubt pour it out it's not a new problem. It is is a chillingly persistent one. It is also an issue for which Canada is still struggling to find a coherent strategy and for all those warnings warnings and awareness campaigns. Unless you've been a victim of these drugs you're probably underestimating. The effect they can have that was driven home in December and a series of viral videos that documented one young woman's week long recovery from a drug slipped into her drink at a bar. How big was the dose? She got don't know what drug was. It exactly also don't know how many other women were targeted in the same establishment published at least one but beyond that we don't know before you can find the solution to a problem you have to understand the SCOPE COPA and we're still grappling with the fact that these anecdotal stories and viral videos and occasionally even charges and convictions are likely just the tip of the iceberg. So how can we see. What's underneath the water? I'm throwing this. Is the big story Rosa. Sabah reports at the Calgary Bureau for the star but this time she covered hovered something out on the East Coast. Hi Rosa I'm doing. Well a little more disturbed after reading your report. But why don't you start by telling me about jobs as Sonya. What happened to her? Sure so shows. Eight is a twenty year old student in Nova Scotia She's traveled with some of her classmates to Halifax on January seventeenth to celebrate her birthday her twentieth birthday as well as kind of she described it as kind of like her last big night house. She's in her last semester. She's looking forward to graduating starting her career and she wanted to have one night out with her friends. Celebrate her birthday. Celebrate the next chapter of her life if but unfortunately it did not end well so they went out to a few a few bars clubs. She describes it as she had a few drinks not got a lot but what happened was she started vomiting. She started getting sick at the second place they went to and her friends took her home when they took her home to the Airbnb I she started losing control of her legs so they were numb. She couldn't walk properly. Her vision was blurring. They knew something was wrong and so they called nine hang on one and brought her to the hospital where she was told that her drink had likely been drugged so not a great end to birthday. Luckily obviously her friends were with her but those effects lasted for more than a week so. Jj shared a few videos on facebook showing her completely unable to walk. She needs to have people helping her. She can't control her legs and obviously a very very frightening experience. Not Not what she was planning at all. Tell me a little bit more About the videos maybe be described them a bit and and why did they go so viral because these things are really spread. Su there's a couple of videos one of the shared on the evening after that night out and then one of them was shared the day after that January nineteenth and I found not one really striking. Because she's in a living room I believe she's at home with her parents. It's and she tries to stand up from the couch. She needs help standing up from the couch. I'm and she's holding onto the coach with one of her arms and then both of her arms. She's trying to move her legs and you can tell that she can't really she can't really move her knees properly. Her legs are kind of flopping around. Looks like she barely has any control of them. And this this is a day and a half after the drug and I think the why these went viral. I mean there's two reasons one is. It's it's striking. When we think of what people call date rape drugs we don't realize the kinds of effects they can have? Maybe we think of someone passing out someone having Amnesia. We don't think someone completely losing control of their limbs for multiple days and the second reason that I think that her videos went viral is just because people don't share these experiences if you do get drugs or you believe you've been drugged it's a you know. Most people wouldn't share video of themselves and say look. This happened to me so I think it's the honesty combined with sort of the shock of what those drugs did to her. That made these videos resonate resonate with people across Canada. How unusual is that When you talk to doctors or people at the hospital for those symptoms to last so long afterwards I mean you reported where did that? She was still feeling the effects almost a week later. And to your point yes that is. I mean maybe stupidly but not something that I would associated with these kind of drugs. It's not something I would have associated with it either but when I talked to a doctor here with Alberta Health Services Dr Mark Your Amo He said it's actually more common than you think. It definitely depends on the drug. It depends ends on dose. It depends on the person but he said it's not uncommon for the effects of these drugs to last up to two weeks. So I mean the act. Sadly the act of of someone being given these drugs And getting sick is not news. It happens a lot but one of the things you kind of delved into his what we still don't understand stand About the problem as a whole what. What are we missing? What pieces are there are still not there well? Data is definitely a big part of it. I mean the first thing I did is is try and find out on how many people have their drink. Spiked are drugged on a night out. And they're they're simply is not conclusive conclusive data. There's been a few studies done on A. D. F. S. A. which is the acronym for drug assisted sexual assault there have been studies. Toxicology studies on those people to try and determine how many of with them were drugged with what we think of the common date rape drugs. which are I rookies or Rohypnol and GHB which is gamma hydroxy? Acid and those are the common ones and those studies. The toxicology studies have found that. The numbers of those are very low. I but there's a number of reasons why I want. That doesn't mean that. Drink spiking slow first of all those are not the only drugs that are used in drink spiking. You can use almost anything. I missed your Ema told me like it's you you could use Ritalin you could use antidepressants. I mean any of these drugs. Combined with alcohol are bound to affect somebody and as he pointed out many people are simply he plied with alcohol and that counts as well as drug facilitated sexual assault. So it's it's hard to tell. Just how many people are purposely drugged. It's hard hard to tell. What's maybe a combination of alcohol and a medication? They're already on. It also doesn't help that both hypnotized or rupees. GHB disappear from the blood system really really really quickly. I between six to twelve hours but often even less than that and so if someone is tested which they often aren't those drugs might not show up so first of all studies make it very difficult to tell when someone is purposely drugged second of all that data isn't even collected collected in most hospitals primarily. Because it would just be so difficult to get data we can rely on when you spoke to people at hospitals and elsewhere. What do they suggest what we could do? Maybe to get a better sense of the picture. Is there anything or is it. Just sort of the nature of this particular beast. We'll obviously one thing as well that I that I should have mentioned action. That really affects us. Not knowing the scale of this problem is the fact that many people don't report this. We all know that. There's a huge stigma attached to to sexual assault and while not all cases of drink spiking and in sexual assault like shows Aa. Luckily she had her friends with her There's still kind of an element of shame. This is something that we know. Our society is is slowly progressing with but but we're definitely still not there and a lot of young women are taught to watch their drinks. Stunned drink too much. You know don't wear don't wear the wrong thing and so there is an I mean another another person who was a victim of drink spiking who I spoke to. She's in the Article Angela putter. That's what that's what she said. She said when she when she realized she'd been drugged she didn't want to report it because she felt ashamed. She even had people in her life. Tell her will. You should have been more careful all so one of the things that that the doctor I spoke to who really wanted to highlight wise. First of all if you're the victim report it go to the hospital as soon as possible if you believe leave. You've been drugged. If you're the friend of the victim believed them bring them to the hospital so they can get tested and if you're a medical professional believed them and test them. I think that that's one of really one of the really big barriers is is people not getting tested people not reporting these things soon enough and people not leaving each other. I wanted to go back to Joe's as experience in particular because it also illustrates something else about the larger problem. So tell me about what happened when she discussed her incident in particular and where it happened with people at the hospital hospital sure so she actually went to the hospital three times as she went obviously the night that it happened and she was not tested for for date. Rape Drugs She said that hospital staff told her there were so many different drugs. That could be used. That testing would basically
"halifax" Discussed on The Big Story
"To move inland. You might want to move out of your home. we took calls from some listeners who spent the night in hotels the emergency operation as the centers the the the the shelters they weren't vastly populated but we'll with people who had nowhere else to go no friends no family to go to so what happened when when the storm really hit on Saturday night as our station lost power we were on our backup generator clearly so you know that's limited lighting are transmitter went down a few times we were able through the work of our engineer to get it back to get us back on the air it was it was a bit jarring in that as the winds intensified in the rain got heavier and it got darker out and we were still still a few hours from actual from sunset did it did take on added an ominous tone quite the picture of you know this what could could be this potential for who knows what with the window shaking the water leaking around the window onto the studio floor. the question was a- are we going to be able to maintain our broadcasts. Are we going to be able to continue want and then it started to what we started to see the I move over Halifax and with that came a com it came. It became quite again a stark contrast where you hear this. is the storm that we we know this is no. That's a colloquial saying but there's some truth to it and you know. Are we still in for more at that point. We weren't sure we we were led to believe that there could in fact be as the system moved past the winds shifting direction and intensifying again so we were really left to wonder you know is this the worst of of it and actually did quite quickly after that as die down and lose much of its intensity. What kind of calls were you getting from listeners. during the storm. Tell me a little bit about the the role of a radio station broadcasting on a backup generator at a time like this when when I started working in radio it was records in it was overnight shows and it was before automation and we obviously had a connection to listeners at that time and you know we're getting to a point now where people can can get their media from just about anywhere but to have the ability to call someone up and we did. We did lose our phone lines for about an hour in the afternoon. we were able to get those back. We had no shortage of people who just wanted to connect just wanted to tell us what it was. They were seeing what they were experiencing. What they were feeling and many were just grateful grateful that they had a live voice in the midst of all of this and I was sharing with several of my co workers I had gone through at worked that another station and I had a really wonderful boss who who is on the air at one point during a massive power outage and I remember him speaking to this woman and it was just beside herself she was alone. It was dark. It was raining and it was intense and he said you're not alone. As long as you have the radio I went into into that whole the whole process on Saturday with that in mind that as long as we were on the air people were not by themselves and people really were. We're happy for that pleased by that. Were grateful for an outlet and we're really interested in just just reaching out as the system continue to diminishes the intensity continued to perhaps lesson people were just wanting to connect and we had one one one woman one caller who who rang up and said. I'm in a building without electricity. I can't get my car out of the park aid because the door won't go up and she said I'm on life saving medication. I've got eight thousand dollars worth of this medication that has to be refrigerated and she said I. I like the ice is melting. I'm worried I might lose this medication and we had an amazing response in fact within twenty minutes a listener her head connected with US connected with her and had driven over to her home again not knowing whether the storm was going to intensify to make sure that she was safe that her medicine was safe that she'd be okay for the day after it's stories like that that you you you'd never know how something might turn out. You can only hope for the best and in the spirit of community spirit of wanting to help each other out people were willing able and in quite eager to do what they could for others. How did this storm compared to some of the ones that have hit Halifax before you mentioned hurricane one but that one any others we've had I guess in I believe three years ago a post tropical storm Arthur came through about the same time of year that had a significant impact on the trees in the power lines and the electrical grid but at one point through this system four hundred thousand of the customers in Nova Scotia power most of per- perhaps even close to half a million people were without electricity unprecedented. They said I I don't know if we've ever the Senate event like that at least not in my recent memory that so many people were you know living with the same conditions at the same time was very much a narrow band and it hit with intensity category two hurricane and caused a tremendous amount of damage but only to a limited area whereas this system. Dory and brought with it enough wind and rain that it affected the entire province of Nova Scotia. I don't know if we can compare it to anything we've had recently so. What's it like on the ground there right now. There are some neighborhoods that have no issues whatsoever. There are some people who said their power stayed on and continues to be on today others who lost electricity and the media few hours of the system moving ashore et and coming close to us in you know there are many trees down on large trees I happen to as I was leaving to head back to my own home on on Sunday morning. Noticed a couple of power poles were snapped in half cruise been driving or have been working today and over the last number of hours clearing the brush clearing the trees off the roads. The streets for the most part have been been cleared many of the intersections that are still no power to the traffic signals. That's causing with well. That's that's creating its own problems with people. I guess forgetting the driver's handbook but the the idea that life has returned to normal not quite yet schools are still closed they're expected to be close to moral the businesses starting to reopen but many people. I think are just biding their time. was still just about one hundred and seventy thousand customers still without electricity. Many areas of Halifax are still without power and likely will be for well summer hearing It may be tomorrow. It might be the day after that could be who knows next week. What about injuries or deaths. I know there were some during hurricane one. That was the small consolation that was the part of the story that we were very concerned by but very relieved when officials on Saturday late Saturday updated the media and others say to their best of the to the best of their knowledge there were zero serious injuries zero fatalities. Wow obviously there are a potential danger with trees down lines being you know reenergized as as they get the system back. Get the grid backup to. It's you know it's full strength but all I can say is we. It was a lucky lucky thing and I don't know whether it was the preparation whether people took it seriously whether the experience of hurricane one planted that seed in the back of our minds that these things czar not just weather events that these things can be deadly weather events in and more than a few of our listeners have been very quick to say it was not a deadly event here in Halifax. Doreen did claim lives before it arrived here how much if any of the conversation during and after the storm turns to frequency NC of weather events like this and the discussion around climate change because I know that that happens in Toronto and other places when we see severe weather whether in climates midst and that discussion about what's impacted or influenced by humans. I don't think there's any question although at one point over over the the event we had someone who who tried to offer that we're not an ice age now but clearly hurricane one happened in two thousand three before that it was is the saxby gale in the late eighteenth century it had been many years since Halifax. It experienced anything of the intensity of one century more than a century. It's only it's been sixteen years since that event and there is a possibility that we will see an increased number of events like this of similar intensity. Perhaps even stronger I don't know that people are are connecting the dots right now today because if you've got a freezer you're full of food and your power still out. That's your number one concern. What is it like as someone who talks on the radio for a living to do an eleven hour shift like that and try to they keep things going. What's going through your head while you're trying to talk to other people survival in many ways? I'm not I'm not trying to be glazed but the idea that we we are a an opportunity for people to stay connected voice in the in the darkness of voice a just the connection to a human being alive person in who happens to be sitting in a in a room by themselves talking into a microphone. It was an amazing opportunity amazing experience for me to to see how responsive how much hunger there is an again no disrespect to what a podcast is what it's capable of but but but again to be on the air in the in the moment to have that media connection and I don't know Jordan you ever called somebody at a radio station Asian when you were a teenager to request a song or to to to hear share did a birthday wish for a friend those types of what some people would say small town radio radio but it's still the power of human voice and that's what podcast doing right now keeping that going the still place for live radio and I think the people who reached out to us in the in the hours during and sense to say thank you you kept me from from being afraid afraid of being alone by just simply talking to us. Thanks Shelton. Thank you Sheldon McLeod loud host of the Sheldon McLeod show news ninety five seven in Halifax Weekday afternoons or whenever there is a devastating hurricane on the way that was the big story for more from us. You can head to the big story podcast dot. Ca You can find us on twitter at the Big Story F. PM or as you always can at us up in your favorite podcast application Google Apple Stitcher spotify wherever thanks for listening. I'm Jordan Youth Rawlings. We'll talk tomorrow.
"halifax" Discussed on The Big Story
"I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story sorry Sheldon McLeod today longtime journalist and radio host he is currently host of the Sheldon McLeod show on news ninety five seven in Halifax. I shelf could teach you Jordan. Were you on the air when Dorian Heff. I was called in to do a special broadcast on Saturday afternoon. we were going live live from one until we planned about six o'clock so that ended up becoming a an eleven hour broadcast. How was it long long but it was very rewarding in many ways. we had an opportunity to obviously give give play-by-play. That's how I described it to a meteorologist that I had join us. which was the idea that you had time to prepare didn't exist anymore? We were at the point where the system was moving in and it went from. Here's what you need to do to get ready to. What are you seeing. What are you experiencing. I took the opportunity to to reach out to the number people. I've met over the years we had the mayor of a small town in southwestern Nova Scotia garment join US spoke with the mayors from from Shelbourne to to Bridgewater Lunenburg Homema- all the way up towards Cape Breton in order trite and see where the system wasn't how it was affecting community and as the winds intensified hence applied as the rain continued here in Halifax. I it really wasn't opportunity that I wasn't entirely sure it would be a good radio radio but people were very interested in sharing with us what they were seeing what they were experiencing so tell me how quickly it came on because one of the reasons we're calling you is i. I don't think in the lead up to the weekend many of us in Canada. We're expecting dory in to to hit these coast. Let alone as badly as it did. So so how. How quickly did it come? compared to what was expected will the storm itself. Dorian had been obviously churning through the Bahamas in had caused devastation the station and destruction and had stalled earlier in the week meteorologist then said you know best as we know the best gas is that this track of this system will bring it ashore somewhere in Nova Scotia at some point on on Saturday exactly was it wasn't exactly a an easy thing to predict as they sat until it got to about two hours or so away from us. They wouldn't know the exact path so. We knew something was coming. We knew something was going to happen. In fact on on Friday night I had reached out to meteorologist Richardson Hausky who actually happens to be a counselor city councillor in Halifax and I said is there a possibility that this will arrive at category two strength which is exactly the same strength as the hurricane one that we experienced back in two thousand three he said once we get him within the two hour window will know a better. We'll have a better idea of win. It'll be aware opie making landfall and it was headed headed directly towards Halifax it was expected to move from Halifax inland and through towards Prince Edward Island so at one o'clock when I started broadcasting. The rain was obviously falling quite heavily. The winded started to intensified not necessarily at hurricane strength but throughout two o'clock ah three o'clock in the four o'clock it was well quite a quite a scene outside of our studio windows and we could see trees bending in the wind we could obviously sheets of rain that were coming through and oddly enough strangely enough people still out on the streets driving their cars. which is Kinda hard hard to believe? Will Yeah where people told to evacuate. Did they evacuate. How did people prepare the voluntary. Evacuation order went out by the Halifax Regional Municipality on Friday afternoon and several of the coastal communities they had given a warning through environment candidate through the hurricane center that waves could in fact hit peaks of fifteen meters close to fifty foot waves on top of a storm surge timing this happened not during high but we had hi tide during the event and there was some considerable concern that people in their homes along the shorelines might in fact become stranded rice later or worse from all accounts when the Red Cross emergency centers were set up people org. I told by municipal officials. They had people visiting their homes calling them up saying you might want.
"halifax" Discussed on 5 for 5 Podcast
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"halifax" Discussed on WWL
"Halifax and Nova Scotia in the Bahamas teams are looking for the bodies of victims and helping the living after the hurricane destroyed much of the Abaco and grand Bahama islands CBS's Errol Barnett is in Freeport this is pretty incredible the main highway out of Freeport to head east to the hardest hit areas it's been completely devastated a lot of folks have left the vehicles behind us on the side of the road others deciding on a phone not they'll take the risk to push forward this is a big reason why so challenging to get aid to the country the death toll in the Bahamas is currently at forty three but is expected to rise Arron says it's increasing its ability to enrich uranium in violation of the two thousand fifteen nuclear agreement the B. B. C.'s Gerry Smith a spokesman for the Iranian atomic energy organization has had twenty centrifuges have been turned on as Tehran responses research and development program a ruse Canavan day said new centrifuges would be developed to meet the national need the centers for disease control and prevention is asking people to consider not vaping as it investigates breeding illnesses and deaths one of the deaths was in Minnesota WCCO TV reporter Mary Maguire Dr Ruth lane field with the Minnesota department of health says the use of black market THC is the thread linking the case is being investigated here however she admits researchers don't know the exact because we are going to see more cases. they are now collecting and sending the illegal products to the FDA to be tested doctors are also looking at all of the cases nationally to try and figure out what's going on is it a particular. chemical that's causing it is that does that duration the frequency Russia and Ukraine have carried out a prisoner swap with each side exchanging thirty five prisoners the exchanges.
"halifax" Discussed on WTVN
"Seven two three four the number to call for assistance in Ben I'm flooded with emails from people who are just thanking you for the information, you're giving and all that. I don't means a lot to me. I I love hearing that that's your Christmas present George. Thank you. Let's go to the phones Sherry is in Burnsville. Minnesota in. Hi, Sherry, you're on with us Kerry. Oh my gosh. Okay. Hi. This is great to meet you, and Dr Fuchs thank you so much for taking my call. Thank you. He's not a doctor pharmacist pharmacist Buick. Sorry. That's right. Okay. So I've had fibromyalgia for many years. I've been for seven years and muscle relaxants. Blur probably twelve years trying to get off those medications, I've stopped taking the. The my relax. I've been off those like a leak, and I'm down to I haven't taken any payments today. And I'm hoping to get off those I have had three pulmonary embolism. So my come down for life. I can't take pain meds. And so and I'm looking I'm wondering how I can treat my job and. Maybe you know with supplements. Okay. I'm going to use them ideas. First of all, how can I ask? How old you are? Oh, I'm fifty one and I should say I'm also being treated for depression and anxiety due for migraines problems are all at the level of the intestine all of them. And as soon as you, correct? That problem you can notice a dramatic reversal dramatic that I as far as the this this tangos and fibromyalgia miserable miserable painful condition. You might want to get on some CBD get on the hemp Pathak's products just for the pain, and that'll also help wing you off the opiates. But until you address your digestive health issues, which likely have been long standing, you're going to have a tough time completely reversing the problem. The Halifax from you in Javadi will definitely help with the pain, but you want to take care of the causal level fibromyalgia is a condition that affects mostly women as I was saying earlier whenever you have a condition that affects mostly women estrogen hormone estrogen is implicated in the case of fibromyalgia. It has to do with clearance of Asher, eliminating of Astra genetic the level of the intestine. So which gotta do you gotta work on your digestive health. It starts with enzymes at the level stomach. I'd be getting the ultimate enzymes from taking three with meals and taking with apple cider vinegar and then taking alternate enzymes on an empty stomach one of the little known benefits, digestive enzymes, the ultimate enzymes from me in jeopardy is their pain relieving an anti inflammatory in addition to helping with adjusted health, obviously, their digestive enzymes, but they also helped the pain and inflammation. So get on the ultimate enzymes take three with meals and then take three on an empty stomach. Get on the ultimate selenium selenium is one of the all time, great estrogen balancing minerals, the ultimate selenium from Javanese is a great source of selenium. And then, of course, the healthy start pack. Make sure you're using your nightly essence, probiotics gotta have a healthy intestine in order to clear out that estrogen. I would be doing fiber. Every. Single day by grinding up flax seeds and making sure that their ground up really wealthy get the benefit of the flaxseed. And then putting it in water and drinking down maybe a teaspoon to two teaspoons every day. You estrogens cleared out in the bowels. You gotta make sure you're having regular bowel movements. And God bless you. I know it's gotta be a miserable miserable condition. But know that the gut brain axis is the determining factor in your depression and your anxiety. So once you take care of that, gut your brain health will improve as well. Sharia here's a number of getting a call. If you missed anything one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four these opioids are horrible Linux, believable, George, and so so tragic and one of the major reason why for the third year in a row American longevity has dropped this is this is unprecedented to have some years in a row. We're longevity has dropped. And when we were growing up. It was always every year launch increase and increase and increase last year for the first time they've gone down. And a lot of that has to do with opioids and one of the best ways to get off. Opioids is to use CBD. Get on your half FX is on the tenth affects mood enhancing mood enhancing, capsule stuff. They calling it. Here have that affects uplift mood enhancement castle. The combination of the opioids killed my predecessor, art, bell tragic. Just he he overdosed on these things. And yeah, he had a combination of Oxy hydro code. A muscle relaxer. And then maybe value. Oh my goodness. Oh my God. All the same time. I mean, don't people get worn by their doctors about this poly pharmacy, and it's actually encouraged by many medical professionals believe it or not, you know, when you when you read side effects on a drug they're bad enough, but they never test for side effects in combination with other drugs. So yeah, you're gonna get side effects from each drug, but they're going to be exponentially increased by poly pharmacy when you're on multiple trucks, and George when I was working in the drugstores, people would be on twelve or thirteen medications. Same doctor, prescribing these things and not only do you have a problem with all the all the different drugs interacting with each other. But every drug you take cost you nutrition because your body has to use nutrients in order to detoxify the drug. So the more medicine, you're on the more imperative it is that you get on a nutritional supplement.
"halifax" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The i got the sense reading the book just in the tone that there was a sense of urgency at this time that was sort of ramping up the halifax harbour into usages accommodating so many ships that had not had earlier on in the war and i'm wondering if that really lead partly to this i mean did i did i read that properly where that properly that they used to have the flags because of the the the previous harbourmaster red flag showing a munitions ship everybody had to stop almost like an ambulance coming up behind you in your car you stop pullover and let them go through they dispense with that as you said because they didn't want to have a red flag for the u boats that are out in the ocean but just a ramping up of the business about the war in halifax with ship loaded like this and i've seen the photograph of the mom blown in here it doesn't look like a good hold that much in the way of not yours in munitions and you described how they had done every beautifully below decks and then they had to put three tiers of tanks on the on the open deck in the forecast all drums and that's what did it though the those drums and then igniting the hold right it doesn't look like it could have held that at all i know it's it's basically a perfectly packed bomb they inadvertently made a wonderful bomb by putting this very dense high explosives tnt bean seventy one of them i mean as as highly pakistan possibly yet it they're very careful about this as you point out they lined the.
"halifax" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Quote now you might wonder why the league would even bother making that official clarification i mean there isn't even a cfl team in halifax yet although talks are apparently ongoing well here's why yesterday the cfl in halifax account tweeted at a potential logo for a potential halifax football team the halifax explosions the accompanying tweet reads quote one hundred years ago a force was unleashed that made this city stronger bigger and more united than ever before now we channel that force onto the football field as we flatten all that stands in our way hashtag history and another tweet featuring mocked up halifax explosions uniforms reads quote these blazing hot uniform concepts for the halifax explosions is the last thing other teams would see before realising it's too late unquote see evelyn halifax his twitter mentions are certainly blowing up and so our people i will skip all the tweeted shock profanity and disbelief and sum up the response by saying for the most part it seems the vast majority don't support naming a team after a blast that killed about two thousand people and injured nine thousand others so it's tasteless but it's also just a lousy name because yes sure you want a football team to sound powerful but not like an unmitigated disaster in 2019 cleveland's major league baseball team will take the field without a caricature of a grinning indigenous person on their uniforms major league baseball said today that the mascot known as chief wall who was not appropriate on the field although there will be no ban on putting the mascot on merchandise.
"halifax" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Material we're going to get into our spoiler section for a podcast listeners if you haven't seen the movie press pause and then come back when you do and yet you know spoiler i won't say who wins world war two yet uh but now there were a spoiler section thank thank god it was us um but you know the first thing to talk about that that is really interesting is that as an antagonised in your film you really have the situation of of an invasion coming very quickly to britain and its personified drew neville chamberlain and also through halifax especially halifax but like any good writer you you put be passion in research into their arguments as to why piece was the best choice and it's almost believable november even though we as people living in the future know that they are completely wrong they couldn't have known so in the day yeah so what was the challenge of not having a direct antagonise for winston but kind of letting it letting his is battles with halifax especially be the surface rian tag inist no it sits that's very well observed i wanted to even go further than that i did i didn't want them to both have equal and opposite views i wanted halifax to be the moral center of the movie um because his arguments will one that in a normal circumstance you would want to win the day you would want to just strain every sinew and find a peaceful solution especially in the you know in the aftermath of world war one we don't want to go there again and and he was a deeply moral man a very religious man and his argument had to be presented as such he he was not some villain and compared to him i desperately wanted winston to come across as a kind of crazed maniacal fight them at all cost and you know gary i think showed that when the bad news came in at data we don't have an army anymore and winstons to pounding the table and say i'm gonna fight them and everyone's winston with what with walked with words words winston words is that how we're going to defend ourselves and.
"halifax" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The no definitive proof of this though these are just ideas that people had around this time especially mia tho moving away from conspiracy theories and to a rehabilitation and the reconstruction of halifax that obviously took a years to rehabilitate the city and to identify the died in to help survivors find their families than if you visit the website of the nova scotia archives they have a whole section on the hall of acts explosion actually since people started recommending this topic i've sometimes pointed them to that research because it is so great and we follow the um nova scotia archives on twitter they're really really nice about any research questions he might have though yet the it's a great place to go to learn more about the disaster and to see how halifax was rebuilt they have photos of the explosions aftermath and a film clip that's kind of like a silent movie that that ego disturbing toucas yes it is silent yes it's a very eerie and there's also a list of those who died and what i found to be really interesting was the first hand accounts from some of the survivors so we have part of an example here for personal narrative given by a doctor mj births to the director of the halifax disaster record office at nine o'clock was just getting up shaving felt the house shake and felt that something terrible it happened thought that there was a bombardment of some kind the explosion was low not so loud as the noonday gun and he thought that it was a shell from a submarine his little daughter downstairs screamed a second explosion was louder but still there was no breaking of glass he was sure now that it was the bombardment ran downstairs caught up his little girl and call to his wife in the made to come to the seller put the little girl in the cellar then ran back for his wife who would not come met her at the door and pushed her down the seller stairs following her they were all in the cellar when the quote big explosion came everything smashed after waiting for some time for more doc.
"halifax" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"They offered up soldiers and marines to help patrol the area and they turned the old colony into a hospital ship with u us navy docks running it along with some canadian nurses and over the next few days trains full of surgeons doctors and nurses and worse medical supplies came in from new england again though facilities were packed so during this time doctors were forced to treat people in pretty much every room of any available hospital including the kitchen's the corridors and the closets some treated people on trains or in homes in doctor's offices or even drugstores making do with what they could read the injuries to were really horrific not the kind of thing that you would want to be treating on a trainer in somebody's home and uh one of the reasons why the injuries were so bad with because of all of that glass than the debris that have been flying around and and hitting people and wolfberry some of the truly gory details but i injuries are often said to have been the most prevalent and i mean if you if you think about what we meant and earlier all those people running up to their windows to see the ship on fire in watching and and then getting face without explosion and uh a lot of people ultimately needed to have one or both eyes removed but beside medical care there were other types of relief that were needed by the afternoon of the explosion the halifax relief committee which was a volunteer organization was organized to help find ways to shelter the homeless and identify the dad and the injured and construct some sort of temporary housing for people to live through this blizzard i mean how bad would it be to survive the explosion than free no kidding they also started to manage the donations that came in from around the world millions of dollars came in from several countries including britain of course and as far away as australia the us also started to send in supplies like food clothing and building materials including glass and the people who could install it in the meantime though a lot of the homeless had to stay intense.
"halifax" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Pence of gift on halifax as part tell with that in mind here we go welcome to you stuff you missed in history class from house ductworkscom hello and welcome to the podcast i'm w chuckle boarding and unfair doubting and every year on december seven americans remember the bombing of pearl harbor hawaii in 1941 which was an attack that killed thousands and launch the us into world war two but what many americans might not know is that our neighbor to the north canada commemorates a sad historical moment of its own just one day before and that's the halifax explosion and halifax explosion which took place on december six 1917 has been called one of the worst disasters in canada's history one of the largest manmade non nuclear explosions in history ever and the largest manmade explosion prior to hear shema so it's not going to be our most uplifting episode ever as you can tell but it is one of our most requested and i'd say especially in the past year i've noticed a huge uptick in requests for this topic and um certainly as we've approached the anniversary date of december six as well but the story of this disaster starts with two ships which weren't even supposed to be in halifax at the same time in the first place trying to pass each other in the harbour and so we're going to tell you about what happened what caused the explosion of course the toll that it took on halifax and the rescue effort that followed two and then of course because this is world war one some suspicions kind of an alternate history of that people have thought up of in assumed had to be the cause of a disaster of this magnitude but first we're going to set the stage a little bit to help people understand a little bit about how facts at this time during world war one some basic background health x was established as a fortified settlement by the british and seventeen forty nine and it had become the capital of nova scotia by 19 100 it had served as a garrison city to the british empire armies but after british forces left in nineteen oh six at needed kind of a new.
"halifax" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Going to work i'm just going to go ahead and lay this out there and you can go online i'm sure there's some website out there that book take your bet on just about anything than looking at right here there's a website will at where will amazon build their second headquarters they're giving hands the the smart money apparently the two one odds are atlanta the longshot as halifax nova scotia one hundred two one and they don't have the odds for baltimore listed up there washington i assume that's washington dc sixteen two one but now according to the irish betting site there is a it's a longshot there but you can you can go up on some website probably out of ireland god i love ireland so much freer than us you can go there and find a a place to bet that by the end of his term which will be the end of next year bob corker will be announced to be a contributor to which cable network right now it's either going to be msnbc or cnn to be perfectly honest with you the way that he is setting himself up to be the republican voice to be critical of the president of the united it states and this is how most of these stories start has a republican you're watching this happen above above what we could be watching and mark this taper i remember this day the beginnings of what will become bob corker his bid to challenge donald trump in the republican primary if you're going to run for president dear you need to save your energy and need to save your money and need to save up an you need.
"halifax" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"To michael in halifax michael r are you in halifax mass or a nova scotia hi argued heart carrie ann arbor coach and i pray for our ferrying utah martin mark academy okay however back okay halifax mass them that answers my first question okay go ahead and why and they think shari vp at today's gabe lee win definitely came in and make a difference i thought i would give him but he didn't play enough minutes in my opinion i would give it to diego forgiveness i thought he was a sparky gave a lot of energy made a lot of runs forward i e even was tricky when he needed to be and i think diego for boone of those demanded imagine my opinion michael does showery ever yell at the team we are now attracting okay thanks for the cognitive hundred worth medved show yeah come on y'all little bit just by the reinforcement i'd age i'm go to in 12 fix the ninety then pdo team all hivpositive reinforcement only to yell at them that don't get my point across as being a coach does the way i think to raise your voice to increase intensity i mean you're always laidback with me immediate wool something now plan should be intense they took passerby intense in on their own you don't need a coach to push him and motivated him like that players should be excited ready to play burning wood fire inside that's what i try to teach kids just have their philosophy that ready to go to a minor what and energy and excitement and you be ready to go well the revolution had a tonight for the last ten minutes that they're there they have the fire in the a density starting in the 80s second minute we're going to talk more with you five away to nine eight zero three nine eight that's the number to call here on the revolution post game show we still got ara fulltime stats to talk about showery will pick his player of the match idea kinda gave it away their with michael he wanted to know you're a player who your mvp was for the match the day but we'll get a little more in detail with that and once again the number to join us your different than the regular sports hub call in number it's 508 two nine eight zero three nine eight.
"halifax" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast
"Jeff battler this one comes from beautiful halifax nova scotia uh just a gorgeous photo of the body of water there facts hey beast these halifax out here no good facts was hoping to get a kiss on the cheek for my pal who goes by the username sliced bread um you know that person he introduced me to the bomb mps guess about a year ago and i've loved every moment since his birthday is timber 11th and i know he'd love the shout out thanks for the number one podcast tristan we'll guess what it's mr sliced bread happy birthday on september eleven tough birthday tough birthday i mean tough tough tough tough day day yeah a big old kiss on the cheek to the both the law and that's about it for the postcards this week weight the plan worked doubted we won lead i their second victory it's bittersweet i mean we perhaps have used up all the male or the people who are like i'll do that those irresolute the normal people are like i'm not sending in a postcard yes but here's the thing is that we scared off people with like get him in ahead of time or maybe everyone thought we were gonna be gone for packs or so through yeah that acid or maybe the whole plan which was not to spend forty boots on the post charges comes to fruition and i'm look that's why tristan and sliced bread have all the focus this week throat good for them.
"halifax" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Third working to see how it happened well that's how did that in a squad yeah well the answer i got it shows that they may be using less insecticides this wouldn't have happened in the olden days apparently but could mean there would be more incidents like this i didn't know scorpions like but i didn't know whether what happened to the bananas have eaten them no we still have them here and i asked major again today are they safe you said yeah they should be safe if they have the banana peel so we'll probably thumb nathan thanks to speak to us appreciate it oh great on the via thank you by now nathan coleman is a reporter with the weather network he and his family discovered a scorpion assign a bag of bananas they brought home and their groceries this past weekend and we reached him in halifax nova scotia a canadian media outlets video of their charlottesville attack continues to circulate around the world faith goldie of the rebel was on the scene when a car ploughed through a crowd of protestors killing one but it's what ms goldie in her colleagues were saying before the attack that hasn't alberta politician concert this from the broadcast shortly before the attack took place facing hundreds and hundreds of anti dale i'm not there.
"halifax" Discussed on WLOB
"Well ramon studios in halifax nova scotia canada this is the people gospel our tom baker speaking today's message is the fourth in the series of studies preach by pasture perry of franck would know whom with the lord entitled studies and galicians number one the sermon today is entitled purpose of the law will no foreign invaded fringer listening with you here further in heaven we think improves the for all who listen to the ronca some may be tuned in for the first time others may not be saved and yet feel that something is missing in their lines blitz each prisoner med need i appreciate in jesus name amen a warm welcome to a program reserve your bubble open the gospel of mark chapter two for a bible reading later in the program lets the gospel of mark chapter two soren kjeldsen lorde loyd all moroz no show bordeaux although jim show oh show bochy laws owners ooh four shells snoop dogg does the wall oh boy ooh.