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Day two of bond hearing for father, son charged with killing Ahmaud Arbery
"Today for three men accused of killing a black jogger in Georgia father and son Gregory and Travis McMichael, along with William Bryan, facing felony murder charges on that armory was shot and killed while out for a run in Brunswick, Georgia, in February. And
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"new brunswick" Discussed on Coach's Plan Podcast Plan de Coach
"Has been such a crazy year. There's going to be lots of conversations around what it means to be coaching in this new world what it meant for some coaches to kind of get through covid-19 away from their teams for a long time off and and kind of innovative in their coaching Styles and techniques during that time and that's kind of a whole theme about this season. I want to go down is is really talking about Innovation and like foul like where the new rules that you basically set up for your for your coaching world and how has that impacted everything that's gone on in the past few months, but hopefully how do we move move forward through it dead? And along that lines were going to be all over the map. We're going to be talking inclusion and diversity. We're going to be talking Innovative program design. We're going to be talking with some program leaders and some really for thinkers and Pioneers and their programs. So I'm very excited to use that segue to introduce Simon. Who's our guest today Simon works with parasport New Brunswick and wage has a long resume in the Paris world's. I'm going to let you introduce yourself. Maybe if you just want to kind of take us down a little bit on your on your sports journey, and then I'll start firing off my questions. Okay? Well, thank you very much Ashley. It's an honor to be on your podcast and it's going to be a great one to you know, like you said just sucks, especially making a transition from the noon the old normal to The New Normal if you would I guess it's going to be a very interesting time and yeah for me. Um, you know, I started being really involved in Paris for New Brunswick it since last year, you know, I've been employed since last year with them as a program coordinator long before that. I I really been an athlete all around started started playing Global at the age of nine. And from there. I you know kannada language the ranks a little bit went on a junior national team for global international team. I made it all the way to the paralympic games in 2016 and along the way started coaching and I really wanted to be involved in Govalle to a new Province. And since I've been employed with Paris for a New Brunswick, we restarted their Global program that involved with the wheelchair basketball program too. And you know, it's a really fun road so far and hopefully we'll keep it going. That's great. So how did you first get involved with gold ball when you're a kid, so when I was a kid It was really involved with a whole lot of sports are playing hockey. I was playing soccer AAA soccer. Even if I was visually impaired since birth and you know, I I had a assistant teacher at school and you know, she really knew me and knew that it was super into sports and you know, she just mentioned over and we're thinking of starting a global program here in the fall coming in the coming year. So you want to try it out, you know, it says it is for that you'd be interested in and never heard of a sport before at that point. I was only nine years old and never really been into tears formed. It's up until then. So I never really knew anything about it decided to go to one practice and I was hope to right away and I just loved it. I just loved you know off the ball rolling black try to store goals and it was really an inclusive environment too. That's what's kind of need about the sport. It's a it's a sword that even if you're fully sighted dead. You can still play so, you know, I had a couple of friends that came out with me and we played together and that was it. Basically it was just a good start and I was hooked to Thursday and just kept playing and went all the way basically. That's incredible. And so when Goebbels first introduced at your school, was it a relatively new sport or how long had been around for cuz honestly it and I've only heard of the sport in the last few years or so. So I I imagine it has been 4 to do long. Yeah, so it's it's really interesting. It's a sport but it's actually been around since right after a second world war. Oh, it's yeah, it was it was a rehab sport for all the Second World War veterans all the soldiers that either lost or site or whatnot during the war. So it really started way back in the in the 50s or even forty forty-five or forty six years. I think they they started and it was starting in in Austria and in Germany and from there it got into the paralympic games and 1960 and the prologue. Get started at that point and the global was really introduced into the Paralympics into the paralympic games really and only nineteen Seventy-Six the first time in Toronto so long and it's been in paralympic games ever since it's probably been close to close to fifty years. It's coming up and also well, yeah, so it's been around for a while. But I like, you know, like I said, I've never heard of a sport before I was nine. It was a it was an 04 but I heard of it for the first time and just I was hooked and that was it nothing credible and correct me if I'm wrong, but in 2016 when you went to the Paralympics you were New Brunswick only paralympian that attended I was your bio somewhere online. Well, so I was I was at the only way limpian that was from New Brunswick Shane Dobson was zero so from from. Latex, but sorry Shana didn't mean to Thursday. But yeah, but you know, it's uh, there's wasn't a whole lot of global players from New Brunswick at that point. We were really a small group especially from New Brunswick and I don't really have a team here. So I had to train with new with Nova Scotia for a well and play with them and that's kind of how I went my bill my way to to get on a national team I guess on a senior-level. I started playing with Nova Scotia and 2011 and played with them until two years ago. Really. So yeah. Wow and what was that like going to The Parallax it was you know, such an honor such such a great great experience to you know, have your the maple leaf on your chest really and represent your country. It's it's an honor and I'm just quite a remarkable experience. It's you know, I have a lot of friends that ask me at the time. Like how was it and it's it's so hard to describe cuz log It's a great feeling that you almost have to be there to to feel through all those emotions. But for me, it was it was quite remarkable because I had you know, my younger brother was there both my parents were there too and my sister didn't make it obviously because she wasn't she was starting school. I was in September. So I was a little tough for her butt off, you know, it was just a great experience and you.
New Jersey Judge Esther Salas Says She’s Forgiven Man Who Killed Her Son In Attack On Her Home
"New Jersey U. S. Juster Judge Esther Salas speaking out about a fatal attack on her son over the summer that changed her life forever. This man Took the most important thing in my life. I can't let him take anything else. I know that I want to strive every morning to be the best person that I could be. Her 20 year old son was killed in a shooting and also left her husband injured at their home in North Brunswick in late July. She told ABC is Robin Roberts, She will still serve as a federal judge.
Johnson & Johnson Begins Final-Stage Testing of Covid-19 Vaccine
"And Johnson's a relative late cover Tio late stage covert 19 vaccine testing but has started the first big US test of a vaccine that could work. After just one shot, Johnson Johnson says it has begun inoculating as many as 60,000 volunteers. The New Brunswick, New Jersey company is nearly two months behind Moderna and Pfizer, which are both testing to dose vaccines. Johnson and Johnson is the Dow's second best performer. The best is
GBI investigating police-involved shooting that killed 1 in Georgia
"Getting more details about a pair of deadly shootings under investigation by KGB I involving law enforcement, the FBI says during a foot chase. Last night. A man fired several shots at the Brunswick Police officer. The officer returned fire, killing the man identified as 33 year old Charles Moses. No officers were hurt in the shooting realized something. Tragic has happened again here in our community. We're going to do all we can for you Make sure the public is aware of what's going on. That's Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey saying he and the commissioner came out to make sure the investigation would be done properly. You remember, Brunswick is also where a father and son is shot and killed on that are very and that was back in February.
Virginia reports first child death from COVID-19
"Health department is reporting the first covert 19 death of a child in the the state state health health officials officials say say it it was was a a teenager teenager who who live live near near the the North North Carolina Carolina border. border. Beteen Beteen lived lived in in the the South South Side Side Health Health District, District, which which includes includes Brunswick, Brunswick, Halifax Halifax in in Mecklenburg Mecklenburg Counties. Counties.
Washington, DC - First Virginia teen dies after contracting coronavirus
"Then is a residence in the Southside Health District, which includes Brunswick Mecklenburg and Halifax County is the first reported death of a child from Kobe 19 in the Commonwealth. Department, not disclosing any information to protect the privacy and respect to the patient's family. The campuses in ST Catherine's in
A Different Approach: Brunswick College Tests Students for Coronavirus Every Two Days
"Cases surging on campuses all over the country. However, in Maine, there's a college trying a brand new approach. Aggressive testing for students every two days. So far, senior Alex on Tac Tac has tested negative. You're kind of part of an experiment. Aren't you know there's a lot of stick just 670 of voting. 2000 students, mostly freshmen are back on campus. Aside from some writing seminars that meat under tense instruction is all online. It's the density, the safety practices in the testing practices that are three legs to our school. Is there part of me? That's thinking we're building the engine as the plane is taking off, no questioning. That's what every college and university in this country is doing struggling with this challenge. Ah High stakes challenge to keep students safe. Dr. Jon Lapook. CBS News Brunswick made
"new brunswick" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Of a house in New Brunswick early Sunday morning, three or four people get out. They fire multiple gunshots. Two people were killed, six wounded in the early morning attack half a mile from the College Avenue student center. Police say the shooting appeared to have no connection to Rutgers, though the neighborhood is known for student housing. No arrests have been made. Police haven't revealed any new information this morning. The number of covert cases in our school's continues to take up in. How will the Great Bling Elementary School closed today in tomorrow? Students switching to remote learning. Parents were told in a letter from the district Over the weekend, somebody in the school tested positive in Sussex County, the Frankfurt township school superintendent. As a student has tested positive. The schools will close for two weeks. Hoboken Mayor Robby Bala is self quarantining after coming in contact with somebody tested positive, a spokesman for the mayor Old ABC seven that Bala would be avoiding contact with others until it's deemed safe to do so. Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer McCray Web Says one year after the disappearance of dulce et al avez from abridged in playground. The case gets harder and harder to investigate. But as the leads get fewer, she continues to look at this case like a puzzle, and it's one she would desperately like to solve. You take that time to go back and look at all the pieces that you have re examined them was, you know the new pieces that you have and see if it makes sense to you. McCrae says her office the FBI state police bridged in police still working the case. Investigators have been following up on out of state leads with in the past 30 days. A conservative New Jersey state senator branded black lives matter as a Marxist organization that is terrorized American citizens. Mike Doherty used a 9 11 event to attack BLM and denied systemic racism exists in New Jersey or in the nation. He claims such organizations wanted to fund the police to get them out of the way so they're lawless agenda can be fully implemented. The only thing standing in the way, Doherty said, is the blue line. In Clifton. A petition seeks to remove blue stripes from police cars,.
New Jersey - 2 killed, 6 seriously injured in New Brunswick shooting early Sunday morning
"Universities off campus housing Middlesex County Prosecutor's office says two people were killed, six others were injured. It was believed to have been an off campus party on Delafield Street. But investigators say as of right now, none of the victims Seemed to be associated with the university. For now. The search for the suspect continues as New Brunswick Police are investigating. 11 31 CBS News
New York. - Cops bust huge house party near Rutgers as students return to campus
"Has yet to issue a statement after an off campus party Friday in New Brunswick was attended by as many as 100 students. Video posted by NJ dot com Showed few with masks or observing social distancing at the party. When police showed up, many of the students ran and we have no word on arrest This morning,
New York - New Jersey Judge Decries Shooting That Killed Son, Injured Husband
"Of the story of that federal judge whose son was killed and whose husband was shot at their New Jersey home last month, calling for greater privacy protections for judges her first comments since the tragic shooting in a video posted on YouTube, U S District Court Judge Esther Salis, saying that the gunman came to her home too easily obtaining her personal information, including the address Her emotional comments come two weeks after a man wearing a FedEx uniforms. Open fire at her home in North Brunswick, New Jersey, The gunman was a men's rights attorney who had argued a case before Judge Salis her hey killed her only child, the couple's 20 year old son, Daniel, critically wounding her husband. Her remarks run about nine minutes. Here is a portion Well, my husband is still in the hospital, recovering from his multiple surgeries. We're living every parent's worst nightmare, making preparations to bury Bury our only child. My family has experienced A pain that no one should ever have to endure. And I am here, asking everyone to help me assure that no one ever has to experience this kind of pain way may not be able to stop something like this from happening again. But we can make it hard. For those who target us to track us down and the emotional comments of Judge Esther Salis on the death of her son at the hands of a gunman who later killed himself.
Philadelphia - New Jersey Judge Decries Shooting That Killed Son, Injured Husband
"A federal judge in New Jersey, whose son was fatally shot at their home is calling for more privacy protections for people in her position. Judge Esther Solace is 20 year old son Daniel and Earl was killed after a suspect posing as a delivery driver shot him at their North Brunswick home last month. Her husband was also shot and injured. Saleh says in a video message. There has to be more productions for judges in their families. I know this is a complicated issue, and I don't pretend to know or have all the answers. Together. Together, We can find a way
FBI links suspect in ambush at judge's home to attorney's killing
"Says it like it's lengthy attack on a federal judge's family in New Jersey on Sunday and the killing of an attorney in California to the same person FBI tweeted It has evidence linking the murder of Southern California attorney Mark Angelucci, Detroit and Hollander, who's suspected of killing the 20 year old son of federal judge Esther Solace. And wounding her husband at their North Brunswick, New Jersey, home before taking his own life. Angelucci was shot to death July 11th Fellow attorney Rhonda Kennedy. The legal community has a loss. He was just a brilliant attorney. Wendy Gillette, CBS News
FBI says it has evidence linking NJ judge family shooting suspect to Calif. murder
"FBI says it is linked the attack on a federal judge's family in New Jersey. To the killing of a lawyer in California, the F B I tweeted. It has evidence linking the murder of Southern California attorney Mark Angelucci Droid and Hollander, who's suspected of killing the 20 year old son of federal judge Esther Solace and wounding her husband at their North Brunswick, New Jersey, home before taking his own life. Angelucci was shot to death July 11th. Hello, Attorney Rhonda Kennedy. The legal community has a loss. He was just a brilliant
Investigators believe New Jersey judge was target in deadly family ambush
"Is new reporting tonight in the deadly attack on the family of a federal judge. Authorities say the suspect was found dead and tonight. Is he connected to another murder? Here's Stephanie, rebels. Tonight authorities uncovering disturbing twists as they investigate the attack on New Jersey federal judge. Esther Solace as family that left her only son, debt and husband in the hospital. Law Enforcement sources revealing suspect Roy den Hollander is also being investigated in the killing of Mark Andulucia this month in California mark with an angel here on her, and he will be greatly missed. Sources say the gunman in Angela. Cheese killing was dressed similarly to den, hollander, wearing a Fedex uniform. When police say, he opened fire on Solace says twenty year old son, Daniel and husband Mark Andrew on Sunday a two thousand fifteen. Fifteen case in which den Hollander a lawyer and self-described anti-feminist represented. The plaintiff was presided over by judge. Saleh's before another lawyer took over in June. Twenty nineteen authorities seemed removing boxes from his New York City apartment sources say den. Dan Hollander killed himself in upstate New, York, on Monday. The names of dozen others were found in his car, including New York State. Chief Judge Janet fury to guns and cash were also found. Sources say North Brunswick mayor a solace family friend says the town is in shock. Every time I would ever speak with mark about Daniel. Marx is would light up. David sources tell ABC News Den Hollander had been diagnosed with cancer. Officials are now investigating whether these attacks were grudge. Killings committed by someone who knew they were
Suspect found dead after fatal shooting at federal judge's home in New Jersey
"In the attack on the family of federal Judge Esther Solace in North Brunswick, New Jersey Governor Cuomo confirms that investigators who found the body of suspected shooter Roy Den Hollander. Also found pictures of New York State chief judge Janitor Fury in his car as well as her name and address on correspondent Stephanie Ramos says investigators are looking at another killing as well. Authorities in Crestline, California say there may be links between the attack here at Judge solves his home and the murder of a prominent men's rights activist who was gunned down at his front door step by a man also dressed like a fed ex driver earlier this month. Local officials tell us that That investigation is being led by the same FBI office that's overseeing the case here in New Jersey and New York. Governor Cuomo says he's as state police to take over security for Judge Di Fiori,
Suspect found dead after ambush of New Jersey judge's family
"Tonight. The mystery deepens over why the first Hispanic U. S. District Court judge in New Jersey was targeted at her home in North Brunswick. Investigators believe a lawyer known for being active in anti feminist cases, opened fire on Judge Esther Salas, his family Killing her 20 year old son and injuring her husband. We've got more now from CBS is Meg Oliver. Tonight. Investigators are working to piece together what motivated Amanda poses a FedEx driver and ambush the New Jersey home of federal Judge Esther Salis after an intense manhunt. Police say the suspect was Roy Den Hollander discovered deadness card today. Dressed in a FedEx uniformed authorities say he had shot himself. They also found a package addressed to the judge. To be one of the trauma. On Sunday afternoon, den Hollander allegedly opened fire at her front door, hitting her husband, Mark and drool and killing their 20 year old son, Daniel. Marrying Costanza is their neighbor and wanted people to know. I mean, Thiss was the only child. She's not gonna have any Children. Den Hollander was an attorney with a case currently before Judge Salis Ladiesnights is violating a fundamental right. His self described anti feminist even appeared on Fox TV once opposing drink specials on ladies night, saying they're not fair. Two men was just a gut punch of magnitude. Family friend Mayor Mac Womack said. Mark and Earl loves talking about his son. He talked about him a lot. I got constant reports how he's doing. He was his biggest source of pride in Mark's life. Judge Salads oversaw a number of high profile cases in her courtroom that included cast members of the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Deutsche Bank and Jeffrey
New York - Suspect in shooting of federal judge's son and husband at her New Jersey home has died, sources say
"Gunman opened fire at a home in New Jersey at the home of a federal judge is dead. A B C with the updated story. The suspect was found dead of an apparently self inflicted gunshot wound inside a car in Sullivan County, New York, about two hours north of North Brunswick, New Jersey, where Judge Esther Santa's his son was shot and killed and her husband was shot in Wounded by a gunman dressed like a FedEx delivery. Man of FedEx Package addressed to the judge was found in the suspect's car. We're told the deceased was an attorney who had a case before Judge Salluste five years ago. Last week, The judge was assigned to oversee a lawsuit against Torch Bank, which alleges the bank failed to properly monitor customers that the bank deemed high risk, including convicted sex offender Jeffrey
"new brunswick" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"new brunswick" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"new brunswick" Discussed on 600 WREC
"My only point was Democrats say they're going to save the planet from all this destruction. And they can't even keep cities, claim New York, San Francisco, Los and homelessness ramp in unsanitary, grotesque health, hazards, run by Democrats, and yet these are the people claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway. New Brunswick, new bro. Yeah. It's texas. And this is Jonathan great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you? Fine. Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series noble you were speaking about earlier. Oh, good. And it is mind boggling, and I was a small kid when that happened and remember feeling though as a kid when it happened in what I'm to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our government's handle this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media indicate this point and control of the narrative? Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way. Sure, noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about shinola what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. Yeah. How old were you see thirty eight now? So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying. Kid, we every member being like elementary school. They talked about communism and how was and, and watching the show and just to interject my dad used to work for the red kinda vision and offer Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how it ran and stuff, it, it, it really brings it home to me. How it was. It was horrible this, it's right on a real fam- odyssey cruises up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with lava, or maybe just wanna go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. You gotta take out the way of redesigned their ships from the refinements in lighting and textures to the remodeled dancefloor and bar space. I said bar and not to mention minimizing fuel consumption and emissions..
"new brunswick" Discussed on KNSS
"M s s. My only point was Democrats say they're going to save the planet from all this destruction. And so they can't even keep cities, clean New York, San Francisco, Los in homelessness, ramp in unsanitary grotesque, health hazards, they run by Democrats, and yet, these are the people that claim they're going to save the planet in the oceans and so forth. Anyway, New Brunswick. New bro. Yeah. It's, it's Texas. And this is Jonathan. Great to have you on the network. Hi. Hi, rush. How are you, sir? Thank you. Thanks for having me. I'm thirty eight years old. And I've been watching that series, will you were speaking about earlier. Oh, it is mind boggling, and I was the small kid when that happened and remember feeling with as a kid when it happened in any way to speed along. I'm watching the show and I'm watching how their government is handling that tragedy. And then how our government's handling this wall thing it's just it's, it's it's mind boggling, I feel like what's the difference between the media indicate GD at this point control the narrative? Now. That's an interesting take, you're watching the way your noble portrays, the Soviet government in a state of utter denial. About about Chenobyl of what happened and comparing the KGB to the American media when it comes to you mentioned the wall and so forth. Yeah. How old were you see a thirty eight? Now. So are you are you do you believe the depictions of what you're saying in this show of the Soviet government and life in the Soviet Union? And you believe what you're saying. Every member being like elementary school. They talked about communism and how was and, and watching the show and just to interject my dad used to work for the red kinda division in Norfolk Virginia. And so he'd come home, and he told stories about the nuclear stuff. But as far as what you're saying about the Soviet Union, how Iran I it, it really brings.
"new brunswick" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"As children they were sexually abused by Catholic priests in New Brunswick, and then nearly three years ago. Twenty nine men finally reached tentative out of court settlements with the church wherein, it would compensate them for those crimes. Many of these men agreed to the settlements because they want it to move on with their lives today that money still has not arrived. It's because the new New Brunswick Catholic church is arguing with its insurance company over who should pay in court. We reached one of the victims who accept it to the settlement. He has asked us not to use his real name. We will be calling him. Stan also on the line is the lawyer for some of the victims, Robert Tallec, STAN, what's it like for you to have to keep waiting waiting for this compensation money from the church. Well, it's it's a never ending close. It. I mean this. This was promised us three years ago that said ury coming up, and I mean, it's. It's been a lot of people night. I all the sixty pounds here in the last few years stressed out all the time. Bangor issues that come along with the do. I gotta say I luckily, I have a support system here to help me out and say three years when you made when you have this settlement with the church what were the conditions. What was your understanding about when the money would arrive? Well, the money was supposed what we disagreement. It was based on that we would receive the money at the time within a few months, three months or so and here we are three years later, and there's nothing new it's just ending. The mental anguish what what? I guess mental anguish is not being that you have been going through a lot since dealing with the abuse. You suffered the hands of members of the church, and I doubt that the money will heels those wounds, but what would the check main to you? What would it mean to have that money in your hands? Well, I mean, the naval lady that the few things on what we call a bucket list that I've never been able to do in my life and. Put this behind it hard on on everybody. Everybody around the it's taught on the whole family. It's not just hard on the Todd on everybody. Your lawyers on the phone talent. Are you there? Yes. This..
"new brunswick" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Talk pets on pet. Life radio dot com. Welcome back to save approach. We are talking with pen farthing from the now's that charity and Saudi. Pets for vets New Brunswick. So thank you guys for taking the time today. This is a very meaningful topic. So I don't know who can explain this. I, but what's your story and working with each other? How do your operations come together to fail the bigger mission or picture? Well, I suppose I can start. I heard about now Zad over social media. And we heard about buddy who was dog that was rescued by an Australian soldier and brought to now Zad for safekeeping. And he was there for about a year and was not being adopted. So in all call went out over now is that over the internet about whether or not somebody could adopt this dog, and we decided that we could because we were also adopted other dogs in Canada, and we have a big one hundred acre farm in New Brunswick. So we ended up buddy and a lovely dog. He's very independent. We already had a buddy. So we renamed Murphy, and he's very long legged white hound dog. They get a glorious winter for which is what he's got right now. Hurt over anything. So if you can't stand a barking dog, you should not get one of these dogs, and in New Brunswick were affiliated with that base gauge town Canadian army base, and I see a lot of soldiers with PTSD. I'm a physician, and it just seemed to come together about getting these dogs dogs are fantastic for people with PTSD and some of the now's had dogs. We're going to the US to help soldiers with PTSD. And I thought perhaps we could bring them over here for our soldiers with PTSD. So we had met Penn in Pennsylvania, actually. And I asked him if we could get together and Dopp these dogs and bring them over. That's how you guys met in the US. And they were they in Afghanistan, and Ana how did you how did you fit in the picture here? Supporting Sandra doing the album with reading and getting information and general support and also one of the things that was important to us as well. L is is getting the dogs to take place in just helping out in general and training and things like that with the dog. So sandy Serb a big driver in the training field now and providing support right now, that's amazing amazing too. I haven't really talked to a lot of Canadian organizations. I'm glad that you guys are out there the east. I'm I'm from Toronto. So I'm not too far away. So I'm glad that you guys are doing that. Are you there? I did. Thanks very much. Yeah. So I've read a little bit about your story. And I find it really fascinating. So maybe you can talk to us about when was that moment when you decided that you wanted to pair rescue dogs at the veterans had I know you did some work abroad, maybe get into that a bit started. So went out of that, she's serving marine commando down in Helmand province, Afghanistan back in two thousand six and on the ground all around way, the Taliban were deeper this busy most days and to me I was concerned on that job of being a soldier in Afghanistan. And I never even thought for Murphy about animal welfare to appropriate payment. Nova sip, sadly, some of the Afghan police compound with us for actually organizing talks fights. Dogs off the streets. Yeah. Just just two dogs off the streets and because territorial the dogs are once each other dot com. Policemen. But actually, you know, news is a spoils, and they were making these folks fight. And there was no way you always just gonna allow them to do. So I signed comes a bigger than that. So I jumped in broke up it's outside, and I didn't realize one of those folks that have been used in the fight, but actually running talk compound and hide himself away. And that's what I found even dog. He was. Chopped off his title is missing yet the scars on his face from the fight be made say fostered, and he just didn't like people I still when I still had to get him out. So that none of my soldiers don't fit predecessor twenty get him out. Bonded. He became trustworthy. He would trust me. I think maybe because I've lots ability brisket sake. And then I realized actually for the ten minutes each day with they're chili now. And that was just something that wasn't nobody happy my daily routine. There wasn't any time to chill, but I can actually sit with this dog. And just forget about Afghanistan pretend always somewhere else. And I think that's. And I realize the connection and the power that these folks have actually helped people like me at the time get through. I was dating the future folks helping soldiers they come back to the country up. There's still a massive problem with soldiers going back to the US. It's kinda who is struggling to do with every scene and being true to. Nicole? Yeah. And dogs have this amazing ability to be upset connect with those soldiers. And and help them get through that predecessor not how this whole journey that we're now on we'd only had signed began and it's just an app. See amazing now, how do you even keep tabs of witch soldiers that have finished their term and have come back to the US and Canada, and which dogs they actually hung out with over there. How do you keep tabs of that? Yeah. Oh, that's. Fina rule. Rain saw in Afghanistan big shot at the administration that goes behind this organization. I'll tell you. It's a fabulous time. See amazing, and I can't take credit for what do you make them happen? Do you want to say anything because now has the issue say you're inside the first shelter in Afghanistan? But we also have the first ever animal and this animal clinic is actually minds by the first female, Afghan national should we trained to be? Vegetarians and east coast every single day that helping with the soldiers again just us they'll go to three hours clinic, the talks will come to us. Dan vaccinated, and then once respond to the soldiers whose who made you vote you talk to them. Well, it being on the front of mind that and that's kinda stand or. Yeah. They come Justice that actually now we'd like to adopt one of your dogs. We didn't have the treaty. Well, route ten to look up to dope, it we'd like to make that connection. Now. You know, people like sandy. In China do helping us to help pay these up with soldiers. And because you know, I said we can just do we need this amazing team. And thanks. He knows that has an amazing team supporters out that worldwide to making the difference. That's amazing. I love hearing storms and good for you pen and said he so we're going to have a quick break. And we'll continue with our topic of rescue dogs transforming into service dogs..
"new brunswick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We're going to go right back to the phones a good James who's in New Brunswick James is that New Brunswick Canada. Now, you a Canadian from New Brunswick or are. You just vacationing out there. I'm just vacationing out here. You know, I lived in Maine for a very long time. And I was able to listen for cats and actually when I made the. Over the corner over there. But I of course, maritime maritime now. Congratulations. Are you a US citizen or you're Canadian? It's good to know that signal is into New Brunswick. You've thought of the Cosby sentence today. Obviously, the the weight of the evidence is incredibly overwhelming. But from a legal perspective there are so many appealable issues that I think the to stick out the one you mentioned about the prosecutors promise and all that. And I think that was a little bit weaker especially about whether it's been written down. But the other thing is the doctrine of chances which is Jimmy. I think legally suspects and contributed considerably to conviction in the second trial. I think that is an issue that's ripe for peel. Ultimately, I think Cosby obviously, chilly died, which could be very soon. Some people who serve accept their fate and try to arm and go through the sex offender treatment, whatever else man and. Side of that three to ten years. I think realistically the sentence is pretty much where would have ended up. People have been confinement, etc. Etc. I think that under the circumstances was incredibly unlikely in the first place. I spend the next probably five years must be appeal succeed. In the hospital James where do you practice law? Not practicing get out again..
"new brunswick" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"In New Brunswick coming at a just, before George, Street. You've got a crash being cleared out of the way Timoti seven lots of slow down. South at, aged eight right down towards four forty and also onto eighty seven south basking, ridge at exit thirty that's a crash being worked on a crash report on seventy eight west coming into typically seven, turbine has been slow down on the truck lanes South. Asia twelve that's a new accident right lane has been closed really rough today on the turnpike south so Newark, Elizabeth and Allen towards Conrad nor pants is getting. Very slow from the newer pay extension north up onto. The east and the western Spurs worse on the western spur heading toward sixteen w well the preseason giant's. Game coming up at seven o'clock tonight the traffic is also bunching up on, the Parkway, a lot either, way, between, one forty. Eight and one forty two and southbound side stays heavy down. To Islam more delays sounds coming in through the south Amboise vicinity and then farther down the line slowest between exit ninety eight and eighty two leaving New Jersey across Hudson we're in the. Fifth, team at a range of the Holland and Lincoln. Tunnels Tom rivers New Jersey traffic north Christina New Jersey traffic south expect to see delays right now if you're traveling. On ninety five it's going to be the southbound side of the road moving into route seventy where we have a. Crash off on the shoulder but we are dealing with some rubber, necking so be prepared to be hitting the brakes we also have southbound delays Warwick road the area of route forty two now forty. Two it's going to be southbound moving into the area lower landing road words very. Slow moving through that construction and we also have a lot, of slow, moving. Cars right now if you're going to be leaving the state with the Commodore Barry bridge. On that, span we have a stalled vehicle the right lanes blocked off so it's bumper, to bumper we also have delays across the Ben Franklin bridge now leaving New Jersey entering the state with the Walt, Whitman still well under the speed limit traffic every fifteen. Minutes next reports at five forty eight on New Jersey one at one point five New Jersey traffic made.
"new brunswick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Who's a. Very famous New Brunswick artists and so. She got to hang on the wall at the Beaverbrook art gallery for about six weeks the spring and because my mother passed away in, two thousand and one so, that, was pretty special for the family I can tell you yeah well Wendy thank you so much. For for being here to talk about the. Frame, up thank. You Wendy MacLeod McKnight is an author. And the former deputy. Minister. Of, education, and early childhood development for New Brunswick new children's book the frame up is. Out now Payment Daldry bathroom Can you tell me what you? Paid for The clock is stopping you don't wanna On regan Do Oh They. Did For the Mona claiming Wasn't singing Patrice Takeaway. Back Because it sounds like advantage Because I don't want to Start a foundation.
"new brunswick" Discussed on KTRH
"To the journal truth you're talking about why we live in such a great country so i just want to encourage you until you how much i love listening to what you say while you're very very kind and we do take these programs and archive and we go back many many years really within thirty to forty or fifty minutes at the end of the program there there so ed i want to thank you for your call i much much much appreciate it i'll say to mr producer sometimes during the break getting too heavy my boring people always say no you're very people want to hear this so you know i believe mr producer otherwise he's fired of course no no just kidding terry carteret new jersey xm satellite where's carter retinue jerseys by exit twas cnn get there i always take at ten yes it's north of new brunswick and south of newark yeah 'cause i'm busy getting on the garden state parkway but anyway how are you sir okay okay i got what you wanted to go this way good and the regions we're were here figured into the separation of well this is an interesting question one second i don't think you're talking about the dutch the people would dutch heritage in the colonies or the or the what are you asking people from from holland and people from while they didn't they didn't people from holland didn't have a big role in what was taking place two what's that well i don't know i don't know the history of holland that well to be perfectly honest with you okay terri i'll tell you what i what i don't know right all right man thank you i have no idea what the people of holland were thinking just i i don't know how manhattan beach california the other end of the country eight seventy the answer the great k r l a go cry bark a long long time listener and first time i've been able to get through that morning to tell you how much i appreciate these topics that you pick and the now think it's great thank you gotta have more of it thank you thank you called to tell you that i've followed what was going on in a row pollution to why history books as you have and turns out that i had a grandfather who was at bunker hill grandfather well it probably have upgrades in there yeah great great great grandfather a great greatgreatgrandfather i'm eleventh century i made lebed generation wow american anyway mike my per gram grandfather great grandfather up to boston in sixteen forty that's amazing got homes in in in boston right and today on on french.
"new brunswick" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Individual liberty limited government and tie to the journal truth you're talking about her why we live in such a great country so i just want to encourage you and tell you how much i love listening to what you say well you're very very kind and we do take these programs and archive and we go back many many years really within thirty to forty or fifty minutes at the end of the program are there so and i wanna thank you for your call i much much much appreciate it i'll say to mr producer sometimes during the break am i get into heavy my boring people always say no no you're very people wanna hear this so you know i believe mr producer otherwise he's fired of course no no just kidding terry carteret new jersey xm satellite where's carter retina jerseys exit twas never get there i always take exit ten yes north of new brunswick and south yeah 'cause i'm busy getting on the garden state parkway but anyway how are you sir okay have you you agree okay i got questions wanted to know good we're here at the time that figured into me separation of well this is an interesting question one second so you're talking about the dutch the people with dutch heritage in the colonies or the or the what are you asking people from from holland and people from while they didn't they didn't people from holland didn't have a big role in what was taking place two what's that well i don't know i don't know the history of holland that well to be perfectly honest with you okay see terri i'll tell you what i know what i don't know right okay all right man thank you i have no idea what the people of holland were thinking just i don't know how manhattan beach california the other end of the country eight seventy the answer the great k r l a go hi mark a long long time listener first time i've been there believe through morning to tell you how much i appreciate the topics that you pick and the analysis that you give me one i think it's great thank you got to have more of it i called to tell you that i've followed what was going on in rip lucien to my history books as you have and turns out i had a grandfather who was at at bunker hill grandfather well if i have enough grades in there yeah great great great grandfather a greatgreatgrandfather i'm eleventh century i made whether generation wow american anyway my first graham grandfather great grandfather got two more austin in sixteen forty that's amazing got homes in in in boston right and today on on french.
"new brunswick" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Flood waters in new brunswick finally began to drop this week residents now at least no it's not gonna get any worse that can't be said for the interior bc where flood waters are rising and thousands of people have been evacuated and what some officials are calling a once in two hundred years flood those waters to will eventually recede and residents in both provinces will face the terrible mess the flooding has left including damaged or destroyed homes and cottages and compromise roads and infrastructure but one of the things residents need to be concerned with is the risks to their health not join the flood but after floodwaters spread contamination biological and chemical and authorities are warning people that the dangerous not gone with the water dr jennifer russell is the chief medical officer of health for new brunswick we have a few concerns namely one the people that are working near the water or in the water that they use protective equipment you know hip waiters and gloves and things like that and that when they're done using that equipment each time that they washed and disinfected that they wash disinfect their hands before eating if they have any open wounds making sure that they're washed and disinfected and they put anybody going on them so that's people coming into contact we don't want animals and pets and children coming into contact with the flood water so we're asking that people not play in those areas or let their children play in those areas until the waters receded for at least a week and and the ground has had a chance to dry up for those people who are affected with respect to their well water if the water if they're well is underwater on right now than we are advising them not to use the wellwater at all we are asking people to get their well water tested about ten days after the fudd waters receding we have kits that were making available to the public if there's a chemical smell or odor than we are worried about chemical contaminants and then in that case we are.
"new brunswick" Discussed on WCTC
"And two kids they're getting a nice size apartment in new brunswick for a lot less than mitt get manhattan and he can jump on the train right here in new brunswick and and be in the city so people are going the other way he's getting rid of his house with two acres and you know and and moving back to the city police going in new brunswick number brunswick has a great alternatives you on i had been there a week on several remote that there's tons of restaurants in new brunswick so it's it's a really are a great place to lift yeah i guess the youngster it's funny how the ah the trends keep going back and forth the thing that with me is to get the kids out of the city and now the kids moved back to the city's which so in another generation of bahrain one move back out on his city so just is a people at the time during the change in the trans at all keep sry when i say what's what's old is new again so that's going to play out i very good there yeah i nino for me and i i gotta swear will let me just aids for now for me i could move back into the city because i like my space i you know i enjoy having some space between the house of my house in house next to mine so moving back would not be an option and then hearing the people scream again in the middle and i am i i'm on in today i would you wanna say my gun firing here card and yeah yeah i remember all the things i moved out of the city four so on my argonne bagai while she got i've got one more time would you tell these new outbreak in new jersey it's over 7000 as a matter of fact they have seventy three hundred uh confirm reported cases and that's us thirty one hundred more than the same period last year but we do we did hear that one death was reported from the flu will miss and the difference between the blue and a really bad coal really is fever by or if you wind up with the fever you know we we've given all the.
"new brunswick" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"New grew up in new brunswick was it newfoundland newfoundland on my god even main is essentially a maritime province of canada we have more in common than indifference so you know what i'm talking about but i talk about swimming in maine for two reasons one the book is called vacation land because that is the nickname of the state of maine which is a cruel joke because anyone who comes they're looking for a restful vacation and said his met with a rugged painful landscape the doesn't care whether they live or die there are places you can go where the beaches are soft and the ocean makes you believe you deserve happiness that is not what main is and yet people still go there and on vacation and why well because they want to be tested and what swimming in the ocean of maine reminds you is that we go through painful transitions in life of all kinds whether that's at moment in your life where you realize your mortal or you lose a job or a relationship ends or someone in your life passes away some of these things are so pain full that they feel as unbearable as swimming in maine that there is no way forward but when you immerse yourself in the cold sharp shock of the new and sit there and scream and suffer for awhile eventually your body gets used to it and there is something better about swimming past pain and suffering than just swimming in the warm water of comfort and i think we're now in a time in our shared north american history uh where we're learning that we all need to get out of our comfort zones and make the hard engagement with our neighbours and our political opponents in other people in our lives and with ourselves to realize how we can go forward and be more human towards each other will part of that recognition which is something that you talked about quite often his book it was my first kind of blush when i when i read it was that o of that this is a particular experience of a of a white american man in his forties are white western man in his forties and and you do acknowledge in the book the privileged.
"new brunswick" Discussed on WCTC
"The heart of new brunswick as 85 a 24 century rendition of the classic american steakhouse once again i advocate the bacon and see at the thai as the appetizer all vulgar the service dickerson uh you know all the time favors level barely stay council animas chef from the back cooks looked a splinter schools are chongkook that they don't even have on the men all these nazi here we go here we go odds addicts i will by by the eighth order ticket i'll give you have a cookie the guy is a bit the mario on the call on the second one picks up israel cold and why sent eric di i would ask about purnell moore's tickets when they're making this stuff off the menu paul i held up less restaurant what why if it's my cookies are cooked you you goldstone bold dip in office let's coal as a bit of a while i gotta go bag but admitted there's haskins taken a separate off its lacolle to the thirty five a gain of one on the tackle for the scarlett kevin wilkins the defensive end spot you don't get you get the breaking news urge the maple bacon but tell you i we gotta get three with three or advertisers ragged the artichoke debated and the taliban's asking stoves right off the fainting and a ten from early through that fastball way too high for benjamin victor to handle it chris if you go to stick as any fun at a couple of hundred hello indeed the world's meals are who weighed all day law you on now i have exactly se sippy and chris before we go there a war you know you you say that to be like i'm an amateur fanalert me does it look like that's a problem a policeman thirty nine haskins loss it left that's taught mccall at the fifteen the ten have five am a touchdown almo wheel route out of the backfield asking stones the touchdown his third of the year and ohio state as extended their lead to forty eight to nothing but instead of afford you know when my back is peak kubbaa all you do is give wanted backs it from the wheel onestep that it's it's very difficult to recover right there you know our freshman running back who runs as fast as mccall does very hard to cover him for de altay roberts especially if you took a.