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"norway house" Discussed on Unreserved

Unreserved

06:29 min | 2 months ago

"norway house" Discussed on Unreserved

"I want to go to my trap line one last time he says. . I cannot breathe. . I know he hasn't been to his trap line for almost seven decades. . We've been on a journey as father and son for thirty years, , and for the first time, , it feels like we've found our destination. . And I think maybe we've been headed there all this time. . Whatever choose exists between us. . The end of our journeys in front of us. . That's David Robertson reading from Blackwater, , family legacy and blood memory. . One of three books he has coming out this fall. . To say, , he's prolific is a bit of an understatement. . The cree writer based in Winnipeg started writing in two thousand and nine and has already published more than twenty titles from the Governor General Award Winning Picture Book when we were alone to his graphic novel series the reckoner to his first novel, , the evolution of Alice published in two thousand fourteen it seems like he can write in any genre for any age group. . David Robertson is my guest on the show today. . Thanks so much for being here, David , All. . Thanks for having me. . It's a pleasure. . So this month you published your most personal book to date a memoir called Blackwater family legacy and blood memory, , which we just heard a bit from. . And it chronicles the story of Your Dad's returned to the family trap line Norway House creed nation in northern. . Manitoba. . So first off most people wait until they're a lot older to write a memoir <hes>. . So why did you want to write now? ? Yeah. . That's a great question and there's there's probably a bunch that goes into that answer. . One of them is that you know I've been talking about my dad and I for the last eleven years ever since I was a published writer I found that when I was public speaking all of my talk somehow came back to my father and I and <hes>, , and he's played such a big role in. . My own development my understanding of you know who I am as cree person. . There's one time I was giving this lecture at University of Manitoba couple years ago where I was the same thing talking about my life in my father and our relationship, , and then a professor came up to me after and said, , you really have to write this down and so. . Money as a writer I'd never thought about writing actually my own story and that really kind of jog something me were. . I decided that that was something I. . needed to do. . The other part of it is that you know my father at the time was declining I mean he was still himself and he was still my dad but he we knew that our time with him a short it was getting shorter and I really wanted to start working on this because it was something I always wanted to do I wanted. . To document his life and and our relationship the teachings he gave me <hes> for myself and for my family and so all of this kind of came together and made me feel this agency to write the story now, , and certainly when we went to the trap line together two years ago, , it felt like the framing for the story had happened because I think it was where we were journeying to. . All these years together. . That's that's where we were going to and so when we got there, it , felt like the right time to document everything that had happened between us and in our own lives and teams like such a special trip to be able to go on. . Yeah I mean it was I I. Don't . know if I could even put it into words. . I. Tried . my best in the book but it was blackberries in the title of the book and I really did feel that blood member was something that played a big role into why Blackwater why this trap line my dad grew up on felt home to me as soon as I stepped off the boat onto the land. . I just felt like I'd come home and I, , know that watching dad, , you know amble up the inclined towards this big boulder in the middle of this clearing I know he felt like he was home to it was incredibly emotional intensity emotional moment for us and it turned out that it was the only time it could have happened because you know dad passed away <hes>, , just this past December and it made me even more grateful for spending that time with him and being able to write. . About that experience through his words in my own and did you learn anything you know anything about yourself while writing a memoir I know that you know when you when you go into material like this, , you sort of have to dig back in sort of excavate your own life and sort of reexamine things maybe in a new perspective did you learn anything about yourself? ? Yeah. . I think anytime you revisit your past and learn more about the people who came before you. . You're inevitably going to learn more about who you. . Are you know I've always said and I've learned from my dad, , the process of you know understanding ourselves and who we are that journey starts well, , before we were born starts with understanding who came before you and know certainly in this book, , it talks about my grandmother and my dad and their lives before I was born and my dad's after I was born and all of that plays into forming a sense of identity. . It helps to you to understand more about yourself and there's things in even researching this book that. . I learned that kind of. . Forced me to re contextualize my life in my identity. . No. . When I was a kid I, , always believed that my parents drew grew up intentionally raising me to be non indigenous to protect me from. . You know what they felt would have experienced growing up in the city in. . Winnipeg. . As a cre- kid and in the process of researching this book and a lot of that research was just sitting down with my dad spending hours with him talking he said that's not true. . I. . I never wanted to tell you what it meant to be original. . But I never told you that I didn't want you to be my goal was to model that for you. . But to give you the tools that you need to figure out for yourself and one of the things that always sticks with me as you said, , how to teach you how to be crea- you are cre-. . So nothing I can say can make you more or less cre-. . Your journey is defined what that means. . For Self and his role was to kind of guide me in a way to that understanding and I think he did that.

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Cree author David A. Robertson on writing everything from graphic novels to a memoir

Unreserved

06:29 min | 2 months ago

Cree author David A. Robertson on writing everything from graphic novels to a memoir

"I want to go to my trap line one last time he says. I cannot breathe. I know he hasn't been to his trap line for almost seven decades. We've been on a journey as father and son for thirty years, and for the first time, it feels like we've found our destination. And I think maybe we've been headed there all this time. Whatever choose exists between us. The end of our journeys in front of us. That's David Robertson reading from Blackwater, family legacy and blood memory. One of three books he has coming out this fall. To say, he's prolific is a bit of an understatement. The cree writer based in Winnipeg started writing in two thousand and nine and has already published more than twenty titles from the Governor General Award Winning Picture Book when we were alone to his graphic novel series the reckoner to his first novel, the evolution of Alice published in two thousand fourteen it seems like he can write in any genre for any age group. David Robertson is my guest on the show today. Thanks so much for being here, David All. Thanks for having me. It's a pleasure. So this month you published your most personal book to date a memoir called Blackwater family legacy and blood memory, which we just heard a bit from. And it chronicles the story of Your Dad's returned to the family trap line Norway House creed nation in northern. Manitoba. So first off most people wait until they're a lot older to write a memoir So why did you want to write now? Yeah. That's a great question and there's there's probably a bunch that goes into that answer. One of them is that you know I've been talking about my dad and I for the last eleven years ever since I was a published writer I found that when I was public speaking all of my talk somehow came back to my father and I and and he's played such a big role in. My own development my understanding of you know who I am as cree person. There's one time I was giving this lecture at University of Manitoba couple years ago where I was the same thing talking about my life in my father and our relationship, and then a professor came up to me after and said, you really have to write this down and so. Money as a writer I'd never thought about writing actually my own story and that really kind of jog something me were. I decided that that was something I. needed to do. The other part of it is that you know my father at the time was declining I mean he was still himself and he was still my dad but he we knew that our time with him a short it was getting shorter and I really wanted to start working on this because it was something I always wanted to do I wanted. To document his life and and our relationship the teachings he gave me for myself and for my family and so all of this kind of came together and made me feel this agency to write the story now, and certainly when we went to the trap line together two years ago, it felt like the framing for the story had happened because I think it was where we were journeying to. All these years together. That's that's where we were going to and so when we got there, it felt like the right time to document everything that had happened between us and in our own lives and teams like such a special trip to be able to go on. Yeah I mean it was I I. Don't know if I could even put it into words. I. Tried my best in the book but it was blackberries in the title of the book and I really did feel that blood member was something that played a big role into why Blackwater why this trap line my dad grew up on felt home to me as soon as I stepped off the boat onto the land. I just felt like I'd come home and I, know that watching dad, you know amble up the inclined towards this big boulder in the middle of this clearing I know he felt like he was home to it was incredibly emotional intensity emotional moment for us and it turned out that it was the only time it could have happened because you know dad passed away just this past December and it made me even more grateful for spending that time with him and being able to write. About that experience through his words in my own and did you learn anything you know anything about yourself while writing a memoir I know that you know when you when you go into material like this, you sort of have to dig back in sort of excavate your own life and sort of reexamine things maybe in a new perspective did you learn anything about yourself? Yeah. I think anytime you revisit your past and learn more about the people who came before you. You're inevitably going to learn more about who you. Are you know I've always said and I've learned from my dad, the process of you know understanding ourselves and who we are that journey starts well, before we were born starts with understanding who came before you and know certainly in this book, it talks about my grandmother and my dad and their lives before I was born and my dad's after I was born and all of that plays into forming a sense of identity. It helps to you to understand more about yourself and there's things in even researching this book that. I learned that kind of. Forced me to re contextualize my life in my identity. No. When I was a kid I, always believed that my parents drew grew up intentionally raising me to be non indigenous to protect me from. You know what they felt would have experienced growing up in the city in. Winnipeg. As a cre- kid and in the process of researching this book and a lot of that research was just sitting down with my dad spending hours with him talking he said that's not true. I. I never wanted to tell you what it meant to be original. But I never told you that I didn't want you to be my goal was to model that for you. But to give you the tools that you need to figure out for yourself and one of the things that always sticks with me as you said, how to teach you how to be crea- you are cre-. So nothing I can say can make you more or less cre-. Your journey is defined what that means. For Self and his role was to kind of guide me in a way to that understanding and I think he did that.

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"norway house" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:11 min | 10 months ago

"norway house" Discussed on KCRW

"But the building exudes his own sense of com this which is perhaps why hundreds of visitors a day come to take refuge in the light filled building for DNA I'm off to shine and I'm from the floor that was once occupied by LAPD internal affairs is now home to a very different kind of clientele the self described creative community anything from writers musicians actors entertainment companies media companies interior design companies digital companies the list goes on in terms of the type of people that type of companies that are inhabiting our spaces no I houses of private shed working space and social club the first opened in the original CBS studios in Hollywood we as a company have always been fascinated and motivated by inhabiting historically significant an architecturally iconic buildings and this is probably I think you know I would argue the most architecturally significant building in Los Angeles that's nor has CO Josh what we spoke with him and designer on one occassion when one walks into this building it's almost like taking you know taking yourself back to being a child and that sense of all the incredible sense of both what I called the juxtaposition of light and dark and how they play off each other in this building is extremely difficult to find really anywhere else this interior atrium style with the light pouring down into what is a very sort of hyper masculine almost sort of dark building on the interior is this emotional feeling that just really sort of in my mind like drives is a sense of wonder and awe and does the decorative metal add to that feeling not only the decorative metal but the fact that you know in the interior there are two hand operated elevators that are going up and down the atrium throughout the course of the day in the evening so you're seeing that the physical sort of immovable object of this metal and of the heavy stairs the marble stairs and all the wood but yet at the same time you have this sense of movement happening all the time in the atrium and and that experience is it's pretty cool and then you've done a makeover all of the interior spaces for the purposes of Norway house is that correct that that is correct we're taking the second floor of the building the the full second floor which is roughly twenty five thousand square feet we really played with you know what was given to us which was some really interesting historical fireplaces you know all the wood paneling with the windows the doors or is all historically listed we got to play with those moments and then later and some of the incredible design moments which all turned over to our to speak about like Josh was saying I think you know it's it's quite an inspiration and an honor to to be given the whole second floor of the bribery building to to play with and work with and I think from what you know what from what we found this was the real first opportunity to take a whole floor and infuse sort of the no I house hospitality and Norway house kind of residential feel that we tried to do with the interiors so it's it's a it's a real beautiful labyrinth of rooms and corridors that are surrounded you know on all four sides with you know eleven foot high oak framed windows there's tons of natural light so when we think about the majestic masculine nature off the iron and atrium you really wanted to create sort of an ethereal and calming and welcoming a little bit more feminine feel with a lot of muted colors and soft textures I was sort of our goal to create this sort of a way says in in downtown LA we were able to add a cafe and bar and a lot of social spaces one of the really exciting moments for us on the design side is we got to work with the late still photographer from the original nineteen eighty two Blade Runner movie Stephen von who passed away a couple months ago but we have access to a lot of his original negatives that have never been seen from the movie so no I houses gonna curate some permanent collection pieces throughout the space they have in our program that's going to be rotating so it's a really you know visually interesting and dynamic space that I think even just gas you're gonna come to no house bribery will be really interested to see that's so interesting no stills from the movie five Hundred Days of some of the well I think we could probably get those but there's something about Blade Runner that justice has been so lasting so injuring at in terms of its imagery I'm so so know how sick it was one of the first of the shed working spaces to setup in Los Angeles but it's beans succeeded by a lot of competition as a lot of shed work spaces around LA now and some of them go big on design and some of them go big on of the themes such as you know the I guess the identity of the members of whatever one might say if you think of something like the wing and do you see yourself now in competition with those other shed work spaces and how are you going to kind of you know tracked you'll you'll tenants to this space when they've now got a lot of other pics yeah I think it's a it's a great question you know thinking about you know what what is the state of competition and you know what is one's identity within the wider discussion on the wider narrative of an industry work community I I do truly believe that no I house is in a category of one we have really fused together so many different sort of foundational moments and philosophies to deliver this exceptional hi performance creative experience for our members and their guests so you know I think if you look at the various players in the space there are a number of people or companies out there that do one thing really great however if you put it all together and you have a a bunch of different moving parts to come together in what we believe to be very unique and exceptional buildings and like the original CBS broadcasting studios in Hollywood or hearing Bradbury and even fuse it with a sense of design a sense of hospitality the sense of content and a sense of programming it's very very hard to do in fact I don't know anyone else was actually able to deliver on all those customer promises remember promises now one of the most enjoyable story of last year was the we work crash because it came with doc and very colorful found double commanded his bat feet making assertions about said their high purpose of we worked and then the balloon was pulped and it was discovered to be underneath that old man yeah all patrollers renting out colossal amounts of space and then sublease in that space and then the sort of bottom fell out of the whole concept of at least that was as I understood it from reading the stories can you tell us how different you wall from we work well I I can say this we make money so that's the first place to start I think the second place to start is you know going going back to my career and and and Alomar was a dear friend and collaborator with me for nine years together we built we built a company called generator which was the became the world's largest design driven hostile business youth hostel business that took me nine years to build and you know the end we ended up delivering fourteen sites in ten countries and it sold for over half a billion dollars and it made a lot of money the the key to that story is that success and building quality product takes time so I you know I I don't know about we work in turn or or any of these other companies that are hyper scaling where they're trying to be in fifty countries in two years you know or open up ten or twenty sites a month or you know or a year when I took over this company CEO year ago I went to the board and I spoke to the investors and said Hey guys let's focus on doing two beautiful no houses let's not worry about doing twenty or two hundred right so I I really look at no houses like an artisanal almost like in the independent film you know these things take time you know beaut beautiful things that are going to stand the test of time it really take a lot of time a lot of craftsmanship and and I will say this you know how do I define success for noise house if we have five or ten beautiful noise houses in five years from now that's a success and I think that's the the biggest difference between us and any of these other companies that are trying to cheap hyper scale you know Bradbury and and were soon to announce it to other sites there and iconic buildings that will take us you know a year maybe two years to to get fully up and running you were very very happy with five no houses and and that's sort of how we we approach life to most sites in Los Angeles we have one more site in Los Angeles in one site in Miami can you say what the site is in Los Angeles I I can't unfortunately but it's the students soon so you know all all good things come in time but we we will soon announce that we're very excited about it you said to that as you were I guess was searching your new home you found all these great stories about Paul's tenants what's one of your favorite stories well I I think you know we're here in Los Angeles and if you think about the history of the city obviously you know the easiest place to go is the entertainment industry but I'd actually argue that the entertainment industry and some of the most iconic films were about the noir underbelly of Los Angeles and you know whether it's a movie Chinatown or LA confidential you know these tell the story of what is the city of light but underneath there are some dark moments in this city so my favorite tenant and my favorite story is the the LA internal affairs was actually in Norway house so in in in our space so for several years you know the the the private investigators and the vice squad of the LAPD were roaming around the Bradbury and downtown away you know investigating people and you know probably doing some good things and maybe some not so good things and that sort of it you.

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"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"G. Senate Alexis in the morning two year on my talk one seven one it's that time of the week or the land your Bob Langer is that it Langer turning in that's not even how you pronounce Zynga it's Matt Blanchard land your Langer people are strangers in the building here are singing this to me in the hall minor far flung departments who I don't even know we're coming up to me and he's become a star since he's been a radio Danny disparities recognized on the streets now it's a thing it's a thing we are thing like somebody who was in the TV studio for a segment and they said all my I recognize you from radio well I'm on TV right now but thank you that's right we have the okay so I'm to the season I know your jolly jolly you love you have to be busy little elf that you so you have been doing stories in going out and about and do all your things and so you want to give us the change your breath report actually this is a great I no less than this is a fantastic thing that you could maybe do with the family here coming up this weekend it caught my eye because first of all I'm I'm a little ADD going on soccer as I can remember so I'm I don't think I have the the patience for the where with all to successfully constructed gingerbread house my nephew but some do last week and we're in I was in Bozeman my nephews a sophomore in high school and human grocery shopping with me it's like to see let's build a gingerbread house and I just looked like my worst nightmare can I just say all the intricate little the I'm just like really I brought a puzzle can one the symbol I have been the patients on this thing yeah we're dressed in our our puzzle take more patients than the thinking that there's no risk of burning your house and you don't have to do it all at one time I see that's the pressure of the gingerbread house you can't just leaving tomorrow a gingerbread houses worst enemy is gravity that on there anyway anyway so what it does in a van coming on and and and people who are successful at making gingerbread houses are gonna be here it's called gingerbread Wonderland it's going to be at Norway house that's on Minneapolis east of Franklin Avenue if you're interested it runs through January fifth we have little time to get there it's just five dollars to get in and they have an amazing spread of gingerbread creations there and what really caught my eye not just you know your traditional gingerbread house but actually recreated some Twin Cities landmarks gingerbread so that would be really great five dollars very affordable to get in and see what the professional makers could looks really cool it is I mean really and what a great low cost event make timely it's gonna be bitterly cold so we can really make a grown into a cold snap Monday I think that the high use negative one yeah that indoor he's dying our gingerbread house right I mean it that would really be fun to take your cat I like that idea that that's really cute that's a good idea and if you're thinking about making a gingerbread really quick to tips that I found online because I was trying to research for this segment I love that you do in your call them yeah he waited till the light was on last week he came in before when we were still on the arm okay lately I made a small noise easy D. D. E. N. at all over in grease please we're trying to focus is looking for outlook thing for is my microphone his headset namely the back right away we're on the air so anyway really quick speaking of eighty two tips are wine decorate the four sides of the house flats before with the kids and then and the key for the whole thing too is let it dry you have to be patient so the icing kind of taken a hold to them when you stand up the wall you're not fighting gravity in house says you do Clark at all like tight I cook I don't base your number eight oh baking is to exact because you have a favorite because search bring him out with a big cookie guide today if you can pick up the paper today you guys it's there I mean I think about it soft we like almost not big enough that really good sugar cookie that's what life is not the one I don't really even need the frosting you just like go we under may look yes okay all sugar cookie all right I have a dream of taking I have a dream of taking crunchy cookies and dipping them in a big tub of butter butter cream frosting who are you so you're yes I am a frosting person holiday cookie though is the sugar cookie with the home again that's it we talked about on any of that yes but baking and cooking to your point map later two totally different things I am trash at baking I don't even try yeah I love cooking because I just I can open the fridge and I have a smattering of ingredients and I just kind of throw together and I don't measure seasonings and it always turns out you cannot do that with baking it will be bad you're right about that yeah you are right about that okay it's again ready for this so another thing I found on the interwebs today is national bath tub party day we've been waiting for I so I well and you think I this got me thinking because I'm I'm a weird bird I the.

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"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On there anyway anyway so what it does in a van coming on and and and people who are successful at making gingerbread houses are gonna be here it's called gingerbread Wonderland it's gonna be at Norway house that's on Minneapolis east of Franklin Avenue if you're interested it runs through January fifth we have little time to get there it's just five dollars to get in and they have an amazing spread of gingerbread creations there and what really caught my eye not just you know your traditional gingerbread house but actually recreated some Twin Cities landmarks gingerbread so that would be really great five dollars very affordable to get in and see what the professional bakers could it looks really cool it is I mean really and what a great low cost event the timely it's gonna be bitterly cold so we can really make a grown into a cold snap Monday I think that the high use negative one yeah that indoor gingerbread house right I mean it that would really be fun to take your hands I like that idea that that's really cute that's a good idea and if you're thinking about making a gingerbread really quick to tips that I found online because I was trying to research for this segment I love that you do in your all of them yeah he waited till the light was on last week he came in before when we were still on the arm okay lately I made a small noise he's eighty D. and it all over we're trying to focus is looking for outlook thing for is my microphone his headset namely feedback right away we're on the air so anyway really quick begin AT the two tips are wine decorate the four sides of the house flats before with the kids and then and the key for the whole thing too is let it dry you have to be patient so the icing kind of taken a hold to them when you stand up the wall you're not fighting gravity in house so if you do cook at all like to highlight cook I don't base your number eight oh baking is to exact because you have a favorite because search man came out with a big cookie guide today if you can pick up a paper today you guys it's there I mean I think about it soft we like almost not big enough that really good sugar cookie that's what life is not the one I don't really even need the frosting you just like go we under me okay I sugar cookie all right I have a dream of taking I have a dream of taking crunchy cookies and dipping them in a big tub of butter butter cream frosting who are you so you're yes I am a frosting person holiday cookie though is the sugar cookie with the home where we talked about on any of that yes but baking and cooking to your point map later two totally different things I am trash at baking I don't even try yeah I love cooking because I just I can open the fridge and I have a smattering of ingredients and I just kind of throw together and I don't measure seasonings and it always turns out you cannot do that with baking it will be bad you're right about that yeah you are right about that okay it's again ready for this so another thing I found on the interwebs today is national bath tub party day we've been waiting for I so I well and you think I just got me thinking because I'm I'm a weird bird I the.

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"norway house" Discussed on Unreserved

Unreserved

11:28 min | 1 year ago

"norway house" Discussed on Unreserved

"This is unreserved on CBC Radio One Sirius Xm 169 and native voice one. I'm Rosanna dear child coming at you from the National Film Board in downtown. Toronto and I'm honored to be here with the legendary Allen Niece a bomb sewin- Allah niece. This is one of the most accomplished documentary filmmakers in Canada and one of the most acclaimed indigenous filmmakers in the world. The Abbott filmmaker made her first film for the National Film Board in Nineteen seventy-one today at the age of eighty seven Allan has just premiered her fifty third film here at the Toronto Toronto International Film Festival just take that in for a second her fifty third film Allah niece. It's great to see you once again. Thank you okay so tell me what is this film about. The title of it is Jordan River Anderson the Messenger and it's about a very a special being baby that was born with many special needs and he was born in the hospital hospital in Winnipeg the children's hospital and he never left it and how far is Winnipeg from mm-hmm where little Jordan was from Subodh eight hundred kilometers north of Winnipeg and it's called Norway House. This is where his family was. Virginia was Jordan's mum and there were complications as in her pregnancy and she had to go to the hospital ospital in Winnipeg and that's where Jordan was born and that's when we remain in Virginia was very on constantly being worried about Jordan so she often would leave the other children to go to Winnipeg and stay with Jordan but then at home it was set the also devastating for the children not to have their mind exceed couldn't stay away from Winnipeg. She didn't like the idea that he was alone. There there yeah was the fighting over WHO's going to pay for the expense between the Manitoba Provincial Government and the federal government and the promise would saying he's an Indian child. the federal government is responsible for him and federal government was saying thing where he's in the city and the province should be and they said he's. GonNa stay in the hospital until we figure out WHO's responsible. He he stayed until he was five between five and he went into a coma and died in the hospital it just it's horrify to think that they had the power to do something and this is what they decided to do. And why did you want to tell this story first of all it concerns all children and it's discrimination towards our children especially those who live in the community and you know I want on C. Justice and this is the reason anytime children are maltreated. We have to make a stand for the simple fact that to a bigger and have more ways of forcing changes but I want to mention the progress. We've done we are people from everywhere in the country have fought even locally in communities so we're going somewhere. We've never been before yeah yes and what is next on the horizon. Is Number fifty four on the way away or is there any time for vacation. What's going on in Allen. These have you out of your mind that no uh-huh have time to tell you that you're tired. Oh number fifty four. Oh yes you but it's still we well. Thank you so much for your for your time today. Thank you for coming Alan. Isa Bomb sewing just premiered her fifty third film at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film is called Jordan River Anderson the Messenger. I'm Rosanna dear child on the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival. Still looking for MAUI director Taika White T T. Maybe I'll tweet at him. Does that even work. Hey were you here with the New Zealand. Herald exciting and you stuff dot co dot is doing some steph breath for Steph. I'm sure you've heard that a million times no sign of Taika just yet ooh I see some folks were married. TV are here how you doing and how is your gathering the interviews yes very good uh-huh we'll re really excited an honor to be here representing. New Zealand and supporting now at local avoid TACO white scene and him receiving a really big a war tonight so it's really proud of it. We haven't seen him on the red carpet yet hoops. I must kick somebody's juice over slender. Is. He really super famous. In New Zealand is everybody's really happy and really proud of him and Hollywood. Hey Hollywood director. We just so amazed at such a minority of indigenous in the will get we decent great things and go amazing places up there yeah I can't. I can't really get your McCain's forgetting closer to the famous but when you come in I can make it better for you. If I understand you. Uh Google to Kazan the Senate singer so nationally go it's Capucci Vic on North Baffin island nineteen sixty one noah and his nomadic n we'd band or hunting by dog team when a white eight man called boss shows up what seems to be a chance meeting turns into a decision that could bring major change to peak attic and his family. This is one Sunday in the life of Noah Gatwick acclaimed inuk filmmaker Zacharias Cook directed the film and its screening at tiff. He's here with me now. Welcome mm-hmm so tell me a little bit about no. He was a real person. Who was he born in one thousand nine hundred he was at cap leader in completely. I was born in a completely that was special to me. I knew him when I was going to school in neglected. I heard this story before. He was born a woman to Western his mother. I would wake up early in the morning every morning and it would scrape Bob this. No on every house in the camp usually were snow with her old. Probably heard dream was hers. Her son would run run that bouncing ice and he did was he went where no man could go. That's who you us and why. Did you want to tell Noah story. In film I heard about this story this particular meeting and he is dying off who knew the story who the people that were in the meeting. There's one particular elder in my community who was in this meeting. I wanted to tell the story because it's quite unique. Nobody ever ever had a meeting outside in the winter time I wanted to see. You know how it turned out. I mean to happen to us. It turns North Yeah. This is not just a story about Noah and his his family and his band. This is a bigger story eight for for any way which southerners don't know what it what is that what happened in the North in terms of forced resettlement exactly and press it was when they started putting numbers on us the numbers because they probably couldn't pronounce your name traditional name for the government agent to track them down. They always have to track them down. Keeping them in one community would be a lot easier. I guess you can go to the store. Get Saiki Anyway. Your kids have to go to school. It's a Canadian law. These were using tactics like you. Don't send your kids to school. We could Columbia family lines at that time that was one of the source of income besides selling a Fox for the bus and what defected that have on people and culture changed a lot in those days. The enemy were tall and listen. They didn't want to listen they were. I was listen what the boss had to say film. It's the bars. It's this guy from the south to just do your job and so one of the movie's main themes is the disconnection through language either unintentional misunderstandings or otherwise. Why did you make that the central theme in in your film. It's more interesting you see this misunderstanding happening. You know this the Basel trying to send a message out and and through his translator through this translator is neglecting he doesn't WanNa move. He's happy where he is sir. He's the good hunting place he grew up. He was in this area. The BAAS wants to know a fifth moving. He kept asking through the translator if he's moving. There's a misunderstanding ending the N. We'd say I'm happy thing. They understood the message and you're happy unhappy. Uh the movie yeah. I wanted to tell that story because it's Ohrel's story that really happen. uh-huh.

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"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Saturday of the weekly dish. Did you know that I Saturday's means giant egg roll day, by the way? Giant egg roll day for the state fair. I know there's a at fifty I think it's twelve is bringing in Saint Paul over kind of down by its lower town. I guess in. There's a Berea over there. They have the first Saturdays. They have giant egg roll day. Is it this woman who does? Now, I'm going to her name is MRs the egg roll Queen her name is the Queen. And she a name, I know the Queen. And she is she is the first Saturday of every month. She says you're one of a kind jumbo egg rolls at twelve ice. And she also by the way does egg rolls that you can order. You can you can order them. And then freeze them. Oh, look know. This is one of those like, maybe this is one of those great things you wanna do ahead of time. But they do then they'll do like baskets of egg rolls. You know, like they like she does a whole bunch of stuff. So like, Tom Horton is probably over this. He's a huge giant egg roll fan. Yes. Well, at least according to state fair. I think he might have a truck you guys, we hold everything. Yeah. Okay. Well, it's like she. We also have the Korean street food here. Lots of options last day in Saint Paul unless the weather warms up. They have an agro Queen truck. She has a truck. So I never comes to Minneapolis that. I know I know it's so she's only a Saint Paul. Yeah. Wow. So she's they're kind of done doing the truck for the season. Probably. But that doesn't mean that it's unfair book. The funny thing is I was doing the feed, and I was looking for you always look for fun events and things and I popped up on. I did an interesting of it. I can't tell you. How many people message me say what's this all about? And they were very interested in eggrolls giant egg rolls. He does have a stocking up for Winter Egg roll thing, I guess that was on Friday. Nevermind, you're all screwed. All right. Right. You bad for you. It's all too late. But you can still get them on the first Saturdays at this brewery. Okay. So did you have any big morals of the story today that you need to impart things that you learned a thing? Clearly, I need to learn more about instant PA. And I know I'm behind on this, and I have all my friends that have one, and I just it's not the way I cook at home. And then I am at the kitchen a lot. So you are you're among machines and gadgets and everything all day long. That's not necessarily the demographic. No, I'm a I'm a novice on the insta- pot thing. Can I give a little shout out for a class that we have coming up on Monday? So Steph Martino be at kitchen in the market. We have our chef's night off gas with Jack repo from the Lexington. And I think there's still a few seats left. So yeah, we might be able to squeeze you in. It's always a good time. You always hear pictures and say like I'd love to come. Here's your chance your chance in benefits the Sheridan story, which is a great organization. Yes. Who leads hungry kids? So that's always a good thing. I wanted to tell you about something new. That is open in Saint Paul which is the barrel house. Have you heard about so birches lower town in the brew pub that's attached to octa fish bar. And of course, is the second to the Birch place, which is up by me. Which has a lovely pet off by the way deck. Yeah. Well, this one instead of a deck and patio. It has something called the barrel house, which is a new lounge situation a tiny room seats about fifty people with its own Dr. It's a piano bar. That's what I was gonna say. I heard there was a piano bar situation. Excited about Thursday, Friday, Saturday, only and they're doing, but it's full cocktails down there. And they're doing Tattersall tap cocktails. But here's the deal. You guys saw Aaron tribe who is a powerhouse. If you guys and watch the Jason show she's on their pre radically as well. But she is a powerhouse voice. She's going to be on Thursdays in in December. She's going to be down there. We're going to have. Yeah. We need to go. We need. It is like basically, you you request a song you write it on a slip and you put it into the into the jar. And they'll sing it allowed to sing along with her. You always do entire room. She actually mandates that you did get. Oh, I'm so in how we have not ever gone to see an. Like, a cabaret singer. We always just have our own karaoke nights. You don't get to stand up at the Mike, but you're at your table. And you're like, I mean, like the entire room gets into like we all daydream together. Okay. Wait. I have another question. You said there's cocktails down there. Is it a full bar or just the tap? Cocktail tober. Yup. Yup. Yup. Not that the tap cocktails from Tattersall or just anything, right? No. No, no, no. The menu from upstairs, which is a couple of burgers some wings, mashed potatoes. You know, a couple of great little snacky burgers making the rounds right now. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Tim, Mickey and the gang shaneco Puerto have kind of helped them with their menu over there. So it's not a sloppy thing. Aren't they cooking isn't Octo cooking? Okay. Yeah. So all the the birches orders go through the act. Okay. Gotta which is awesome. Well, that's not bad. That's not bad at all. Another thing that is open that I wanted to kind of call out especially on a day like today. Cute little place in harmar Roseville area. Hotpot seven and it's new hot pot restaurant fun. And they have that you can order, but they also have Lau, which is what it is. And you basically get a little dish of broth, or it's a little pot of broth and it cooks right at your table. Right. Where you're sitting hot. And you throw in your ingredients and make your own personalized soup, basically and dip your little meet strips in it. Do whatever you wanna however, you want to do it. So it's kind of interesting I thought that was fun right on the NF tyrod ice cream to you, by the way. So as everyone does it seems like it I would be down for that. Okay. A couple other things happening this weekend. Besides China girls. We were just talking about the iron bartender finals are on Sunday night. It's a good lineup to now. It is it's red rabbit versus high low diner versus high high versus lawless distilling. These are all they're going to compete for the finals. I don't know how we're doing the mashups if it's like two versus two and then the final round, Robin. Not sure. But that is that's happening at Amsterdam Byron home on Sunday. There is a lift code. If you go to their website, you can lift or an Uber code. I think to get there and back if you need it counts. Good idea. Yeah. So you don't have to drive over fun for crepes. It's such a good time. But it's great to see all your bartender pals, and usually a lot of the mixologist from town come and they have a good time. And it's crazy crazy secret ingredients that they get thrown at them to create these cocktails. So it's really interesting to see how their minds were. Yes. Last the last week that I was there when I was seeing we did they had things like. Now, I'm forgetting see there. One of them was like orange or mango slices those candied mango slices, and then there is from that to cereal. One pop rocks rock. Yeah. There's all sorts of weird things like that. You know, it's it's always. I was going to say when they get a savory one. That's really an interesting like sesame oil is hard because you don't really put oil in drinks. Well, and there is that viscosity that you want in certain cocktails, but you got to do it. Right. Cassettes me oil is strong. It was overwhelming. Yeah. But interesting interesting enough, I liked it. What else is going on this week or things that you have gone on to talk about the Nordic house? Oh, yeah. That's the thing. Okay. So you guys remember that? And I know that like I said, I'm Verdy my gaze from all things Christmas. But I need to tell you that you can submit your gingerbread creation to Norway houses gingerbread wonderland. So because if you remember, but every year, they create this sort of like gingerbread landscape of things, and then they sell you gingerbread house kits and you're saying that they baked gingerbread, and they were lovely shoot as they came in. And and baked all the gingerbread pieces off, and then they assembled them into catch. The victim in our kitchen and kitchen the market, and then assembled them into kits and then you can go pick up a kit from the Norway house and submit your entry then for their their little wonderland Bill for the display you can make a house. You can make your house. You could do somebody did the US Bank stadium last year. Oh, that's cool. I mean my God. And basically from between from now through November fifteenth you. You can drop them off between eleven AM and three PM at the Norway house, and the it might be able to make it into the landscape into their entire collection. She can pick up actually ginger bread kits are free. It says on a first-come first-served basis. So.

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"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Make sure you get your tickets. This is the last week. Yes. Yes. Very true. Very true. And it's right after the show next week. So make sure it's on our Facebook page weekly. They're walk ins like you can if you can you can walk in. I think we're being joined do we have on the line? Yes. We do. Right. Yeah. Thanks. Thanks for joining us. I'm so glad we could get you guys. We have two hundred hundred men who is a Danish food writer and author and a chef, and she is an expert and ambassador on modern Scandinavian food. She has a bunch of cookbooks six in English ten in Danish last year, you're on with us talking about Scandinavian baking, I believe and yet God that was great and this year, and you are talking about your new book, which is Copenhagen food, and this is your hometown. And you are you're kind of like sell the whole like the copay you're going to break it open for us. What's going on in Copenhagen? Oh, that's true. Yes. I written a book about why? I love my hometown. And what's going on right now? And you know, and also a bit of a history growing up there. What kind of food I would eat. And then of course, a lot about we have this restaurant revolution going on right now. Not only restaurant also coffee bars. Bakeries, you know, there's a lot going on when it comes to. What what what is it? What do you think? I mean, we had I guess Renee reds. Epi was just here actually last night at the Minnesota institute of arts. But what is it that with Copenhagen? I mean, why is that all of a sudden becoming an international focus for the food community. I mean, of course, it has to do with his restaurant Noma that became so internationally well known and people would fly ball to eat there. And then, you know, lots of times you come to a free day. So you have time to do all in in many ways created a market for restaurant scene because the problem has not been we haven't had a good culture. But it's a home culture, your, home cooking and only going out to restaurants, especially -cation has been the culture. So this is quite new thing that's going to a restaurant on Tuesday and Wednesday. Also, something we do that has taken a very long time in Denmark, and and for a lot of different reasons. But also, a strong culture of cooking at home and eating at home, and seasonality is a very very big thing for Danish. It I mean, we love it. And we think in America, we kind of get caught up a little bit too much in things that we can get all year round. But for Danish food, that's a huge influence. Yeah. We live with the seasons spoke when it comes to food and the weather. Yeah. And and I think I think brings a lot of joy first of all it also connects us nature. It's kind of connects you to that nature plays a role in how we eat, and that's very very important. Sorry trina. Can I ask you also it seems like that Copenhagen has really cracked open in terms of the travel seen? Are you guys noticing a huge tourist increase? It's incredible. It's it's people everywhere by speaking language, other than English also. But it's it's coming in international place. And it's amazing. It's fun to watch. It wasn't like that. When I grew up. I tell you if I hurt anybody's beginning with no, stop and turn around and almost. But it's great. The city, and and I understand it's a very beautiful city. And you know, you will if you come in the winter now, it will be all about, you know, the patriot and the clerk in the soups and all the hockey things I've read in the winter and all the vegetables. And so no matter what season you choose to come. And visit are there will be something that is that part of a part of the year, which I also think it's a great way to travel. Yes. Okay. I'm looking back. Yeah. I'm looking on page one sixty nine of the book, and I turned right to curried beat Rupe and pumpkin. And that to me seems like something that is so warming, and so you know, sort of beautiful and hardy, and and by the way, the the book is just a gorgeous book, there's able skiers. He knows the skiers jam. We talked about the Christmas table and here and all this beautiful stuff. But the big thing that the Danes that we are. So in love with in Minnesota, which seems to be this like connection with you guys is the feeling and I'm gonna say wrong, and you're going to have to correct me here. It's the Higa. Yeah. Tell us a little about on your mind. What that means? I mean, it's about the it's about creating nice things for you and your friends and family on an everyday basis. So it's a little Cup of coffee. You have in the morning where you like to candle and take your time. It is actually about being it's about at the atmosphere of enjoying life. And and it's not about going to restaurants and stuff like that. You can do that you can create that in your in your place. You know, I always had a place in Copenhagen where I really really try to combat down, you know, making everybody feel welcome. And so you can't put outside your home. But it's also very much thing. You do at home at work. You set your the time for cake. I think it's I they often have Kate and somebody will make coffee, and they will sit down and have a break, and they will say this. You know? Yeah. So so it is it is an every day, it, it it is about you know. Yeah, I often say little pulses that make you feel alive here and there during the day. Oh, I like that the little pulses that make you feel alive that is a quote for the day. I love it. I know this book you guys is just it's spectacular in that. It's it's really a tour through the city. It's almost like a travel guide to because it gives you an idea of. You know, what the city like talks about the different quarters and the coffee shops and her, you know, Trina your neighborhood is here, and I love the street dinner party with your neighbors. I just that's the kind of thing that all of us. I think love, but I also want to encourage people that is not strictly like old school cooking. Obviously there's like I love the Nordic pizza in here. Yeah. Yeah. With Ryan the Raimondo as Madurai flowering this Kaelin Patos. Yes. I think it's it's the modern version, but there's also some traditional dishes, and I also try to talk a little bit about what happened before all this big transformation with the gnome which places were there before it's still there. Yeah. I think I I am very important to Copenhagen. Yeah. So, you know, but it's also a lot of personal stories about me growing up in living in different area. So I mean, of course books that's very close to my heart because it's a very personal story. Also. Yeah. So we make able secure for Christmas morning. Yeah. I am a Danish person to the do you really eat that in Copenhagen. I just feel like maybe it's an old tradition. And like we don't eat left say here every day. But no if you go. Almost I will say seventy percent of all we'll have it really. I will. I also have a small place in the supermarket in the sense of Copenhagen. And I tell you that will be one Sunday in December. Why would be they're making? Comes to see me. Okay. In december. And it's it's the most important thing and the recipe and the coke is my grandmother. So it's it's a family thing. It looks really good. Well, I actually had to make your Ribe read because I think that's one of those classic things that I've never made. And that's why have I never made. Right. Brad. I need to make some of that, you know. Yeah. I mean, it's it's a it's a lovely to bake first of all it's super healthy because of the fiber. And you know, we need that commended, but it's also when you know like that it will get relaxed for week, and it's a little dry in. But then you just toasted, and if you haven't leftovers off if you can make the right porridge or you can use it in baking or you can just, you know, toast, crumpled it up and put it on a salad or soup. Breath. It's you know, it's just. Think of as part of your everyday eating. I love that. Brad. I love that. So guess what you guys Trina is coming to town. She's going to be here on Monday. And you're going to be at Ingebritsen's. I think from one to three PM, and then you'll be and then I think you're at Norway house in the evening. Is that correct? That is correct. Yes. I am trying out Minneapolis tomorrow. And I'm reading looking forward to it's good while we should have some blustery beautiful weather for you to enjoy. So thank you guys. Want to check out the book, the book is Copenhagen food chain Heinemann, and we're going to put a link up to your events at Norway house, and we'll we'll still thank you for coming on. Thank you for having me. Thanks. We'll be right back. Lori and Julia people can recognize lies and people that are close to them. But you think people can tell people are.

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"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Never going to get a friend's reunion and jennifer aniston and brad pitt or never going to get back together let us turn the page and move on link you very much god bless america it's truth it's true with we're going to keep saying deadline and selena got back together asked utah as them oh man a curious reportedly he's saying they're not getting divorced he says we've never been better despite all the rumor so you can take that for what it is wunderlist at an arena today thank you well however where can i take a very small break citizens of earth been went home bath what they very nice second general man go gober previously on jason and alexis justin theroux stumbled upon old hosted notes brad had wiggins leaden three little post it like you look nice tonight or miss you already and that even though gen assured justin they weren't too big deal justin was not thrilled and he had many moments of insecurity like naas i don't know your reaction allied it on laude every day mining this nothing to be i keep all my love note do you here the very first one i got when i was in fifth grade too you know i keep all my gosh i want to go through that box okay well it's a very big boss oh bringing you everything entertainment jason and alexis in the morning with producer don on my talk when all seven bomb is bad hey guys alexis were born overseas where you're 'extraordinary adventure begins and you want to travel where polar bears outnumber people will born overseas has a trip for you and there's an informational event tonight at norway house in minneapolis from six thirty two seven thirty to learn more about their august signature journey this fall barred norway principe's meteorologist spend sunguard he's the host of this.

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"norway house" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"It's okay if we have a different process you don't have to be the same to you have a very successful coup creative relationship and so i believe and we believe that if you cultivate your own gift completely encourage without editing there's going to be miraculously amazing stuff that happens vats julie piat and this is the ritual podcast rich mall podcast everybody how young doing what is happening in how's it going this is a podcast it's called the rich role podcast that would be me i am your host and you guys are in it so welcome spread out plenty of room here for everybody so earlier this week norway house in los angeles hosted julian i four this live event that was the first in a branded new series they have created their producing they're hosting called creative couples which highlights powerful couples who choose to collaborate eddie and it was really fun nor house is this extraordinary absolutely beautiful work an event space for creators entrepreneurs and cultural innovators in los angeles it's right smack in the middle of hollywood and the location this building was formerly a studio it was the studio where lucille ball filmed the pilot for i love lucy and apparently it was host to all kinds of amazing historical film and television projects over the years anyway it was a great event it was an honour to present at nor house they have done some amazing events in the past they recently had jared leto and the artist i way way presents and al gore presented their his latest documentary so it was really cool and i want to personally thank meredith rogers and brian wani and everyone at nor house who helped make the event happen it was super fun sharing.

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"norway house" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on KELO

"Frans nielsen the great security america is you look at any of the poll it seemed the obvious deal right geno americans they don't like a legal limit jon don't care the georgia sponsors for the country at the same time we have a legal immigrants here we now read them we are its score with them we know them nobody's going to throw them out regularise it as best you can that's kinda where the american people are it's fabulous that republicans and democrats have almost this mind meld and in the last minutes getting screwed up by nonsense this is what the most important so but you play today is for mitch mcconnell the last several days saying we don't really know where the president stands on this the present hasn't even given republican leadership a sense of exactly where he is on this stuff and i thought the democrats had the moral high ground on this process for a short period of time at that point i said you know this show i'll let out of america zero norway housing offers and so in the white house the relationship will really badly all right look pause here in a moment democrats believe taking a strong stand in defence of socalled dreamers is good politics are.

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"norway house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Strongest ones and we're looking not just of some she played in september at our festival but all canadian films of the year so you're opening film is adventures in public school was trying to make a kind of makes the number one it makes it i think a great opener we are ranked these ten films at all but um adventures in public schools by colorado to be bc filmmaker and it's a very funny story and we wanted to kick off with something a bit light but that's got real heart to it as well story of a kind of a brilliant nerdy high schooler who's been homeschool this whole life meets the girl decides he wants to hang out with her but he has to go to a regular high school which he has no idea how to navigate so it's it's quite funny any other films that like an attractive a wide audience you know i think there there are many others allure is probably one that has one of the biggest stars evan rachel would our who i for saw the movie thirteen but she's been in the wrestler men many of whom two brothers from montreal carlos and jason sanchez of directed this enriched would gets a terrific performance in it rumble the story felt but he added some indigenous participation rock music people like link ray and robbie robertson and so many others it really gives that history that not a lot of people know not enough people no i think of the the contribution by aboriginal artist to um to the history of rock so that's another one as speaking of indigenous subject alan isa bombs was probably the best known filmmaker in canada's top ten this year she's been working for fifty years the national film board and a lot of her films have really tackle tough subjects in terms of the relationship between indigenous and nonindigenous canadians and just how how how bitter it's been in in many cases in terms of just the the process of accommodation in this case she's dealing with a a much more hopeful story a story of norway house in northern manitoba and a a nation there that is really working on reconciliation and our renewal of their community and very positive way thus what's the hidden gem hair what's.

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"norway house" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on WINS 1010

"News time eight twenty two offensive vile repulsive and that's not the way a president is supposed to speak nor act that's the harsh reaction tonight president trump's words at a meeting where he disparage the native homes of people from african nations along with haiti and el salvador and corresponded andy field reports a course of outrage tonight is growing from coast to coast outrage from democrats over the president calling some african nations in haiti a common term for excrement countries new jersey senator cory booker tweeting of the president does not speak for america a nation of immigrants his fellow stay congressman frank pallone writing the president's bigoted remarks reveal his lack of compassion and decency comments came during a meeting with a bipartisan group of lawmakers to discuss immigration issues mr trump went on to suggest that the us would be better off with immigrants from places like norway house foreign affairs committee wrapped andrianto spi america deserves better than this we are very where a nation about this president and how he behaves he's certainly not behaving precedential the white house has not denied the statements with a spokesman only saying certain washington politicians choose to fifa foreign countries trump will always fight for american people in other news on this thursday more indictments handed down today against expected ms thirteen gang members and their associates in wins newsman andrew fouls on tonight it took seven months in law enforcement officials at the federal and local level in at least five different states a now seventeen alleged members of the gang known as ms thirteen are being indicted on twenty one separate counts the most severe including second degree murder major trafficking of drugs and conspiracy nasa d a metal in singapore was part of the investigation is one of the biggest take downs we've had iin this office certainly the investigation also led to the indictment of two alleged gang members of the da believes are responsible for the murder of 15yearold angel solaire whose body was found in october in a wooded area off the southern state parkway in roosevelt there was covered in cement in had wounds consistent with the ms thirteen weapon of choice a machete andrew fell zone ten ten wins.

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"norway house" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"In the wrestler men many of the homes two brothers from montreal carlos and jason sanchez of directed this enrich would gets a terrific performance in it rumble the story vote a yeah there's some indigenous participation in rock music people like link ray and robbie robertson and so many others it really gives that history that not a lot of people know not enough people no i think of the contribution by aboriginal artist to um to the history of rock so that's another one as speaking of indigenous subject alan isa bombs winds probably the best known filmmaker in canada's top ten this year she's been working for fifty years the national film board and a lot of her films have really tackle tough subjects in terms of the relationship between indigenous and nonindigenous canadians and just how how how bitter it's been in in many cases in terms of just a the process of colonisation in this case she's dealing with a much more hopeful story a story of norway house in north than manitoba and a a nation there that is really working on reconciliation and renewal of their community and very positive way less what's the hidden gem here what's the what's the film updating they're just one noted it it under the film that doesn't have even rachel wouldn't it later the film that's vets asleep ahead and found the maybe didn't get a whole lot of attention but you're excited to bring out as part of the top ten her tough to choose just one there are a lot of firsttime feature films filmmakers in canas top ten this year which is great you know we all know david kronenbourg anonima go in pressure as many of his but there's new generation represented i think by people like said after ruqiya montreal filmmaker of iranian descent she shot her film evita in tehran and it's a story of a teenage girl who's really chafing under her parents overprotective.

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"norway house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out before you get to the end of this process and the clock is ticking here you also have uk reversing the brexit decision is one of the re list because of course there's a lot of worry about can you do all this march two thousand nineteen i mean think about what the eu is the eu is regulating essentially everything basically in all directions in society many what's the color can you have on every kinds of products and is poison as a whole kinds of things in all directions that end up being incredibly complicated to negotiate canada trade deal and the eu took seven years to agree a trade deal with canada and they're gonna try and do it with the uk in law lessenthien on average trade deals for the us long have also taking at least four years from the beginning to implementation so doing this in less than twelve months is is quite heroic and now we have been more than a year left and we still basically not really had moved very fond greece to show how good europe is it kicking the can i mean we saw numerous times they always thanks to the comparison something else that really strikes me are looking at your list of risks down to the bottom of few that stand out housing bubble bursting and canada or australia housing bubble bursting in sweden and norway housing bubble bursting in china and the china hard landing in what strikes me about those is those are bob militias housing mortgage bob dole's credited goal of but people have been warning about those for a long time since i've been following markets people have talked about norway in toronto and vancouver in sydney home prices and chinese apartments is the fact that those heaven burst yet has it dole people to the risks does that partially explained this complacency that people talk about these in the wolf never comes feature of those specific countries is that they had their own central banks central bank your own central bank this does.

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"norway house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A lot of worry about can you do all this march two thousand nineteen i mean think about what the eu is the eu is regulating essentially everything basically in all directions and society many what's the color can you have on every kinds of products and is it poisoners all kinds of things in all directions that end up being incredibly complicated through negotiation and it's a trade deal and the eu took seven years to agree a trade deal with canada and they're going to try and get with the uk in what less than ten on average trade deals with you as some have also taking at least four years from the beginning to implementation so doing this in less than twelve months is is quite heroic and now we have lived in more than a year left and we still basically not really have moved very firm greece did show how good europe visit kicking the can i mean we saw numerous times like they always the comparison something else that really strikes me are looking at your list of risks down to the bottom of few that stand out housing bubble bursting in canada or australia housing bubble bursting in sweden and norway housing bubble bursting in china and a china hardlanding and what strikes me about those is though is delicious housing mortgage bubbles credited goal of but people have been warning about those for a long time since i've been following markets people have talked about norway in toronto and vancouver in sydney home prices and chinese apartments is the fact that those heaven burst yet has it dole people to the risks does that partially explained this complacency that people talk about these in the wolf never comes feature of those specific countries is that they had their own central banks and you central bank there was your own central bank business does take into account what those home prices are doing on australia in sweden and norway and canada and.

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"norway house" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"Thanks for listening newly gordani has an impressive commitment to can dispersed nations communities and i encourage you to check out his illustrated album the secret path it's about johnny when jack he was a twelve year old unece nabi boy who died on his six hundred kilometer walk home after escaping residential school in 1966 his death brought to light the abuse and mistreatment of first nations children and canada's residential schools canada's first nation communities are the subject of two other films were fortunate to have as our colleague jeffey went de who's an eloquent voice in that community he's program the latest film from all in isale bumps win plane in the master section lebron's when is now eighty five years old and has made fifty thelma for the national film board of canada her newest is called our people will be healed it takes place that norway house greenish and one of manitoba's largest first nations communities a bomb so when shows us people reclaiming the heritage here's an interview she conducts with a woman during a special ceremony called a sundance my grandmother path as some of these things very secretively when we were growing up and everybody practice in their own way seek the timidly around yeah everything was underground in those days and now i'm sure she's looking for locking down upon us and uh you know she didn't see it in her lifetime but i am so happy that i managed to see it in my own lifetime and all of my children are coming here next year to attend the signing them this is a beautiful and hopeful film that provides a beacon for the future and what is possible.

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"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"norway house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Broke so uh were were not forgetting it were um just sending levin prayers so it is 614 friends when we return alexis is going to put on a a little show she's going to do some kariuki force you gotta man yeah pointer sisters of around the highest please over at lick journal jerry always nerd we'll be rebuke dr weekend is almost here june twenty four than twenty and warned park as always nicer nationally routes glbt pipe rain sunday morning at eleven beyond the party and want to throw some mitag way your way there are fun event all weekend including a comedy show from taking the taro pride at the saint paul faint and live music all weekend leading up to the and vote concert saturday night dry 2017 get the revolution learn more at the that or my tax participation in the pride for eight flattered by david frum frankly in his life avoid overseas while you're extraordinary adventure begins lots of wonderful destinations that they can send you and all of these assassinations have an expert important overseas has been there done that know what to do what not deal ways to save your money in many cases but they can see south africa in artika asia india china scandinavia south america have signature journeys like the upcoming line to iceland the timber 27 throughout tilbury seconds specifically designed for the my tucker in mind to check out that itenerary use my tight would porton b o r c o n and if india kenneth strikes an interest for you there is a free travel seminar tonight six thirty two seven thirty at norway house they're asia director dath now will be along with their their travel partner in india after norway house.

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