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Fresh "Ontario" from WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

00:46 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh "Ontario" from WBBM Newsradio

"All on the up northwest line, both directions, not getting through at Arlington Heights. So here are your metro alternatives if you're in the northwest suburbs the north central service. The Milwaukee north line are the Milwaukee west lines. That's where you want to go for metro service. If you want to drive to Rosemont, the CTA blue line is a great option. It's running on time. If you want to just drive all the way into downtown, it's an option, but you got plenty of company because Traffic congestion was one of the main concerns raised by residents who lived near Medina temple on wabash between Ohio and Ontario streets, but Tim Doran, a traffic consultant, said congestion would not get much worse than it is now, a study estimating four cars every minute will arrive and exit the casino. Suffice to say there is plentiful parking in the area within easy walking distance. River north residents also raised questions about safety around the casino. Next week there will be a meeting with residents to talk about the permanent location for bally's casino at the tribune publishing plant in river west. Bernie to foia one O 5 9. Chicagoans who park on more than 100 miles of main streets will need to find another place to park tonight and every night until April or their vehicles could be towed Mike crouser explains. The winter parking ban on a 107 miles of main streets is up there with the parking meters and property taxes as things chicagoans love to hate. No parking from 3 a.m. to 7 a.m. from December 1st through April 1st, snow or no snow. Every December 1st, some people are surprised despite the signs. This man was one of the many caught last year. At the same time, he still got to pay attention to the signs. So I guess it's fair. Did you just forget about it? Yeah, just like everybody else I guess. The ticket is $60. The toe, a minimum of a 150, and there's a daily storage fee of 25, a total of at least $235. Cars are towed to two lots, a 103rd and doty on the south side, 7 O one north Sacramento on the north side. That's the story from the street. Some Chicago aldermen and community groups are pushing for more funding for HIV prevention in the African American community. The director of the south side help center Vanessa Smith says groups like hers can't get enough resources to combat the spread of HIV as a result, she says they've had to close programs and turn clients away. Chicago's health commissioner, doctor Allison already says 93% of HIV aids funding comes from the federal government. Your AccuWeather 5 day forecast just ahead also sports a rare feat lifts Illinois basketball. The holidays are coming

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In a first, doctors treat fatal genetic disease before birth

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

In a first, doctors treat fatal genetic disease before birth

"In a first doctors are treating a fatal genetic disease before birth So be a Qureshi 16 month old daughter a la Bashir has Pompeii disease Which is a genetic disorder Glycogen storage disorder which affects the muscles in basically every muscle in your body The body fails to make some or all of a crucial protein to avail his sisters have died from Pompeii disease Doctor panis chalk report he is at children's hospital of eastern Ontario The disease starts in utero disease starts in the fetus There's evidence at the heart is involved even before the baby's born So they started treating ala well before she was born The innovation here was treating earlier and treating while still in utero ALS parents say the treatment appears to be working Without their help without without their help you wouldn't hear all this noise The outlook for aella is promising but uncertain I'm Ed Donahue

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Kevin Sorbo Discusses His Moving New Pro-Life Animation Film

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | Last month

Kevin Sorbo Discusses His Moving New Pro-Life Animation Film

"Told you a moment ago about the video that's launching Monday, October 31st reformation day 8 p.m.. It's going to be everywhere and we want your help in spreading this video everywhere. It is about a second trimester abortion. It's a four minute video. It's an animation told from the point of view of a woman who inadvertently found herself involved in ultrasound technician. This is like a nightmare story. They somehow got Kevin sorbo to be the narrator. And I thought, hey, maybe Kevin would come on this program and talk about it. Kevin, my friend, welcome. It's good to be here. And I got to tell you, it was a male technician, not a female. Oh, it was. It was. It was otherwise, I think they've got a woman's voice. You know what? That makes sense. In today's world, who knows, right? Yes. I mean, yeah, of course that makes sense. It is, it's an amazing story to me because it's true. No. And when I watched it, you know, I previewed it, and I said, I don't know how anybody, anybody. I don't care how pro choice you think you are. If you dare to watch this video, which by the way, let's say very clearly, ladies and gentlemen, this is not a sensationalistic video. This is not a video meant to horrify you or it's simply telling the truth. When you watch it, you'll see that it's very, very, very basic. It simply goes through the reality of what this technician saw with his own eyes, so Kevin, how did you come into this project and what did you think when you were presented with this? Well, I do a lot of pro life speaking across the country. In fact, I just came back from one in beautiful Ontario, California. Thank God I got land in Ontario airport, not LAX 'cause you know that a wonderful LAX airport is. And I screened it. Let me screen it for the people I spoke to 800 people. And I was very, I told them ahead of time, guys. You may not want to watch this, but you're all here to support pro life. It's very graphic. This is the first time anybody seen it outside of the group of people put this together. Erica Tim, when I did this, people were weeping. People

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Queen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and world at funeral

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Queen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and world at funeral

"On a tree lined avenue leading up to Buckingham Palace mourners from all over Britain and the worlds came together in their thousands to pay their respects to the late monarch As a radio broadcast of the funeral plays out live to well wishers along the boulevard many listen in respectful silence I spoke earlier to royal fans Ian namari Talbot who came from Ontario in Canada to be part of this historic event We arrived yesterday morning and we're flying out on Monday So very four days very quick Especially for the Queen Especially for the Queen American Rebecca Morris made a special pilgrimage from Maryland to London to honor her late mother's memory I wanted to see history And it was something that my mom and I wanted to do together My mom passed away last year So I wanted to come To honor the queen and honor her Karen Chammas London

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Pfizer and a Multi-Generational Fertility Crisis With Dr. Naomi Wolf

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Pfizer and a Multi-Generational Fertility Crisis With Dr. Naomi Wolf

"Right now is doctor Nami wolf, phenomenal patriot. Doctor will thank you for joining us. Can you walk us through the latest Pfizer data? It's been a little confusing. This seems like there's some contradictory contradictory reports on it. What have we learned recently? Sure. Thank you. So I do need to make a correction on behalf of one of our volunteers. The report that was issued about three days ago by us from berberine, saying that 44% of a group in the Pfizer documents have pregnant women's abortion I'm sorry, pregnancies ended in miscarriage. That is not correct. The author counted several subjects multiple times. So critics who have gone back in have reached different conclusions for sure the 44% is not correct in that section. One analyst found 11 abortions being spontaneous abortions miscarriages out of 58 and another said 16 out of 60. So they're interpreting the same data in different ways. But the 44% is not correct in that section. That said, I don't want the correction of burberry's report to distract people from the fact that there are other places in the Pfizer documents as well as abundant evidence in VAERS that there's a signal around miscarriage and spontaneous abortion. And there are multiple other sources for this. One of them is that in Scotland, there has been a 200% rise in neonatal deaths among vaccinated mothers in Ontario 86 babies died when usually they have 5 or 6 neonatal deaths after Ontario became highly vaccinated and in one hospital in Haifa rambam hospital. There was a 34% rise in neonatal deaths among vaccinated versus unvaccinated mothers as well as spongy abortion and miscarriage

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Hunt on for gunman who killed 2 in wave of 7-Eleven holdups

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Hunt on for gunman who killed 2 in wave of 7-Eleven holdups

"A deadly crime spree at 6 7 11 stores in Southern California on Monday which was 7 11 day in police say that's not a coincidence Police are searching for the same lone gunman in several of what brea police captain Phil Rodriguez calls robberies that turned into homicides About a 100% sure but we feel confident that it is the same suspect Two people killed three wounded by the gunman who authorities have surveillance video of And we are asking the public the public's help and identifying that person The robberies began around midnight at a 7 11 in Ontario then upland in riverside a customer was shot in Santa Anna and brea workers were killed and in the harbor 5 hours after it all began to were injured by gunshots I'm Julie Walker

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Into the wild: Animals the latest frontier in COVID fight

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

Into the wild: Animals the latest frontier in COVID fight

"Wildlife experts are searching for signs of the Kopet nineteen virus among deer moose bears and wolves in Minnesota's Northwoods hoping to understand the link between wildlife and human transmission Minnesota is one of twenty four states where the virus that causes Kopet nineteen has been found in wildlife researchers there and around the world are trying to figure out how and where it's spreading there's a concern if the corona virus evolves within animal populations it will create potentially dangerous variants that can spread to people many scientists believe Copa nineteen jumped from bats to humans through a species being sold in a live market in Wuhan China a recent study in Ontario Canada finds a person with a highly mutated strain believed to have come from a dealer I'm Jackie Quinn

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"ontario" Discussed on The Business of Esports

The Business of Esports

04:54 min | 9 months ago

"ontario" Discussed on The Business of Esports

"Hi everyone. Welcome to another episode of office hours with the professor. I'm your host, William the professor collis, and I'm super excited to get into the fourth episode ever of office hours because we have just an awesome topic this week in awesome topic. Let's not wait. Let's dive in. Today's topic is the government of Ontario announcing a $1 million scholarship for post secondary education in eSports. And I just want to say, wow, this is totally totally awesome. I mean, obviously the professor loves eSports scholarship news and news about eSports in universities and colleges. But I just think this is such a wonderful step forward for the industry and a great indicator of what is going to come, which is more scholarships and more education dollars flowing into eSports. But let's pause that for a second. Let's just unpack what was actually in this news announcement. So first of all, just at the high level, you know, what's going on as I said it's a $1 million scholarship. It's a $1 million Canadian. It's for post secondary education, and it's allocated over two year period. So it's a large sum of money, but it's not an absolutely enormous amount of money. What I think is really going on here is the government of Ontario is testing. They want to see, okay, gaming and eSports is a big industry. It's an industry with probably not necessarily the clearest educational path that qualify for it. What happens if we put a little bit of public money in public funds? And again, I think it's a hugely significant thing here. This is taxpayer dollars being used to fund eSports education. I mean, wow, it shows how far we've come as an industry. But I think what Ontario is trying to do here is test and they're saying, look, if we put some funds in, can we do some work to create a clear educational path into eSports and gaming jobs? Because they're a big market. And you might say, well, exactly how big of a market are they? Well, it's actually mentioned in this release. The Ontario government says that there are 55 thousand eSports and gaming related jobs in Canada. 55,000. Wow, that is totally awesome. And so I think they're trying to connect the dots a little bit here Ontario saying, wait a minute, we know that there's a huge potential market here. We know it's probably necessarily a little bit difficult to show qualifications for employers or to know how to get educated to enter the industry. Maybe we can solve that with public funds. And again, recall Ontario already has a pretty solid base of game development and eSports companies located there. For example, ubisoft has an office in Toronto Ontario. And there's industry already located there that I imagine the Ontario government is looking to spark or for their develop with this sort of funding. The other piece that I think is really exciting is where is this money going? So yes, it's going into games design and development, which is often where you see sort of university roles and dollars going to for eSports because these are technical skills you need to develop to make the games. So yes, that's a component of this. But we also see these funds are allocated for business purposes. For example, marketing. And I think this is really exciting in another trend that we're going to see in the industry. It's no longer just about the technical pipeline into the gaming industry. Needing to program needing to code, et cetera. It's actually the whole management structure behind eSports and gaming that needs talent and needs talent developed and educated to fill those roles. And I think it's really, really exciting to see this recognized in the scholarship here, right? It's not just we're going to help get more people to do nitty Gritty coding. It's actually reaching broader into the business functions that underlie eSports and saying, no, these are valuable too. And we're going to support these as well. And you know, as I said, I think this is the larger trend here, is we see eSports arriving in education. Scholarships from a provincial government is huge though. It shows I think the importance of the industry is a pipeline. It fits into this broader trend, for example, towards the end of last year, I think we saw pokeman given eSports scholarship. So this space is going to heat up. And I think we're going to see more and more of that as time goes on because it is really important that people are educated in eSports. It does require specialized knowledge and training. And I think first movers to recognize that and build those pipelines will be at a big advantage. Overall, how do I grade this story, what are my thoughts on this? A plus plus guys, like let's be honest. I couldn't get this a higher grade. I know I probably will be criticized of some grade inflation on office hours with the professor. I don't think I've yet to give a grade, I believe, lower than an a and now I'm giving an a plus plus, so that's what, a 105%, that's like full marks and extra credit. Whatever. I think this is great for the industry. I think it's great for people in Ontario or people who want to seek education in Ontario. I think it's just an awesome trend marker for us. And I think it just underscores the excitement I have rolling into 2022 for eSports. There's just so much happening, and there's so much happening to support people entering the industry. I just couldn't be more excited. Thank you very much for joining this episode of office hours. It was great to have you guys here and I look forward to covering another topic with you. Next week..

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The Brutality by Trudeau Against Patriots in Ottawa Continues

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 10 months ago

The Brutality by Trudeau Against Patriots in Ottawa Continues

"Atawa Ontario Do I go there No tourism there Do not fly through there To the extent you can determine if something is made there do not purchase it Now the brutality against the patriotic bus drivers their families people who support them continues tonight nothing has changed In fact it's only gotten worse Trudeau is a thug He is Canada's Vladimir Putin In this there is no question There's nothing liberal about the Liberal Party in Canada It's like the Democrat party in America They go under these flags under these names Self anointed nomenclatures There are Marxist operations Trudeau is a Marxist the Democrat party in this country is a Marxist entity of many sorts as are much of the media Look you got to call a spade a spade here folks This is what it is And taking down American Marxism posters from my Fox studio behind me he's not going to change a damn thing It's not going to necessarily change what I talk about So this is very important to know what we're up against

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Key US-Canada bridge reopens after police clear protesters

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Key US-Canada bridge reopens after police clear protesters

"The busiest U. S. Canada border crossing is open after protesters demonstrating against covert measures blocked it for nearly a week police who did on Sunday to arrest the last of the protesters who would not leave traffic and commerce now flowing over the ambassador bridge linking Detroit and Ontario the blockade disrupted auto parts from getting to U. S. plants throwing off production meanwhile in the capital of Ottawa and even larger protests against covert measures and the government still under way a senior official says prime minister Justin Trudeau's meeting virtually with the leaders of Canada's provinces to discuss the demonstrations the model residents like our joys have been protesting the demonstrators who have taken over the downtown area and formed an encampment you're not free to go anywhere you want your city I I mean there's an illegal occupation happening choice like many others say they need to leave I'm Julie Walker

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Police arrest protesters that remained at US-Canada bridge

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Police arrest protesters that remained at US-Canada bridge

"Canadian police clear an arrest the remaining protesters near the busiest border crossing to the U. S. early Sunday your occurs protest going on for a week against covert restrictions on vaccine mandates in Canada shutting down the ambassador bridge linking Detroit and Windsor Ontario to cargo and trade especially auto parts forcing US car manufacturers to shut down or reduce production many of the protesters and their trucks that blocked the bridge drove away over the weekend rather than face police who came out in force elsewhere in the country like auto or demonstrations continued and that sentiment against vaccine mandates in covert restrictions inspired convoys in France New Zealand and the Netherlands U. S. authorities warning it could happen here I'm

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 Canada police arrive to remove protesters at US border

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Canada police arrive to remove protesters at US border

"Police move in to remove protesters at the busiest U. S. Canadian border crossing Saturday I handful of truckers at the ambassador bridge pro testing mandatory vaccines in Canada and other code restrictions started singing the Canadian anthem but many began driving away this comes after a judge's order Friday blockades which were in their six day were going on at other crossings as well and forcing the U. S. auto industry to roll back production close plants and cancel ships with dozens of police surrounding his car man without trump twenty twenty four and mandate freedom sign on his car left with out resistance but others stayed Ontario's prime minister has issued a state of emergency allowing fines and jail time against anyone blocking roads and bridges I'm

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Ontario Calls State of Emergency Amid Convoy Protests

The Trish Regan Show

02:11 min | 10 months ago

Ontario Calls State of Emergency Amid Convoy Protests

"Let me just go through what's happening right now with Ontario being urged now to declare this state of emergency. They actually have declared it because of the thousands and thousands of truckers that are there on the scene peacefully protesting, but you know, apparently peaceful protests are not okay anymore in part, they're upset because some of the roads are blocked, et cetera, but look, you know, I don't remember this kind of reaction to the protests that we saw in the summer of 2020, right? Black Lives Matter protests. Oh, they're peaceful, they're pizza. I'm gonna be on CNN trying to tell you they're peaceful is like things are burning all behind them. Come on. There was looting. There was tragedy there, and yet these particular protests now are coming up against all kinds of backlash. You saw what happened with GoFundMe. We're effectively they took like $10 million from the Tucker's money that was supposed to go to the truckers and the police there in Canada contacted GoFundMe and said no, and you can't allow this money because this is for unpeaceful protests. And so GoFundMe reacted in a really draconian way. They're taking that money away. It's now allegedly going back to the Turkish organization because Ron DeSantis down in Florida, the governor was like, wait a second. That's like fraud. I mean, you can't, you know, the money was supposed to go to them. Well, now there's another organization that's been raising money online that Canada is saying it in no way. It's not going to the Canadians. It's called give send go. And they've raised about 8.6 million and they're calling on the give send go organization to freeze all that funding. It's a Christian fundraising site actually based in the U.S.. So this is bonkers. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, you get Joe Biden saying, look, you got to get this thing under control. So control, I mean, why not just say, look, maybe we've gone too far with all our mandates. Maybe this isn't really working for people. Maybe we actually screwed up.

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COVID-19 truck blockade in Canada shuts down Ford plant

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

COVID-19 truck blockade in Canada shuts down Ford plant

"The US wants the Canadian government to end at the bridge blockade the by name ministration is urging Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau's government to use federal powers to win the truck blockade by Canadians pro testing the country's kopen nineteen restrictions the freedom convoy blocked the ambassador bridge between Windsor Ontario and Detroit for a fourth straight day on Thursday disrupting the flow of auto parts and other products between the two countries Windsor

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COVID-19 truck blockade in Canada shuts down Ford plant

AP News Radio

01:12 min | 10 months ago

COVID-19 truck blockade in Canada shuts down Ford plant

"The blockade of the bridge connecting Detroit to to Canada has impacted workers at Ford General Motors and Toyota factories the rolling blockade to protest by those opposing candidates cobit restrictions has forced Ford Motor Company to close its engine plant in Windsor Ontario and scale back operations at an assembly location in Oakville because auto parts can't get through the company says it's hoping for a quick resolution shortages also forced General Motors to cancel Wednesday's second shift at an S. U. V. factory near Lansing Michigan and Toyota says it can't manufacture anything in its three Canadian plants for the rest of the week because of these part shortages White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the administration's working with Canada and business entities on what the impact could be of auto parts which is what what would come from Canada and the impact on the United States were also looking at tracking potential disruptions to U. S. agricultural exports from Michigan into Canada the ambassador bridge blocked by trucks carries twenty five percent of all trade between the two countries I'm Jackie Quinn

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Corral leads No. 12 Mississippi over Orgeron, LSU 31-17

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Corral leads No. 12 Mississippi over Orgeron, LSU 31-17

"Matt corral threw for a touchdown and ran for another while twelfth ranked Mississippi scored thirty one straight points in the thirty one seventeen victory against LSU corral finished eighteen of twenty three passing for one hundred eighty five yards he also rushed for twenty four yards including three third down conversion runs the rebels had four hundred seventy yards of total offense against the Tigers LSU's first game since it was learned that head coach ed Orgeron would leave at the end of the season Snoop got around for one hundred seventeen yards on fourteen carries and Ontario Drummond had a game high eight catches for ninety three yards I'm Dave Ferrie

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"ontario" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"They matter say that's not govern. So and i agree that obviously the change in format Definitely helps your prospects but you know. I think the expectation is not only make the playoffs but to be atop team in this division contend for the division and contend is one of the better teams in the entire league. And if they're not that either means that a lotta guys are not are not up to the expectation that we have of them or that this. This group has decimated with injuries. So it'd be a. We're all looking forward to what should be a great year. But yeah i think. The expectations are really high. Joshua excited call an h. L. playoff team. Yeah yeah definitely. And i think last year Like you said. I was out there for an four games and just watching the rain last season whether it was in person or it was on a. Ltv get your subscriptions now But you had those glimpses of what could be and this year. And i think it's too early to look ahead to next year but i think with the prospects they have. This is the year of what could be so They should be a playoff team. Not only should they be apply obscene given this new format you kind of alluded to but like jerry said they should probably compete for the pacific division and the on I think they're a team that wants to be in the calder cup conversation. I think they are a team that can be in the colder conversation So soft to answer But yeah i think. I think they should be Feel comfortable about making the plops. But again like jared said about tj tynan earlier. I think that's up to the ontario rain earlier today. Although people listening will be able to hear it until later this week we had the same conversation about the kings. And you know one of the things. I'm telling people about the kings when it comes to make the playoffs is there are too many x. Factors that have the kings have no control over. That will determine a lot of their fate right whether seattle vancouver calgary et cetera. How good they are. And i just don't know anything about the other. Eight teams in the ahl specific division to be able to guess where the ontario reign might finish. Or how good their chances in a playoff series might be but certainly looking at the talent listening to the people talk about the depth of the prospects and of course the guys like tynan The depth of veterans. This is a team that hopefully should give ontario rain fans and kings fan something to cheer for the season. I like. i said. I can't wait for it to get started josh. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks for having me excited for the season bride on the corner. That's right jared. thanks for joining us. Thanks jesse we're looking forward to To get in the rain check go so if you enjoyed this conversation. We're going to start that up here in the next couple of weeks. Yeah it's gonna rain that's right. Maybe we'll get another dashboard out there but Jared and josh will be launching a new season of the rain check. Soon you can go ahead. And scott subscribe to that in la kings dot com slash. Podcast stories. I said wherever fine podcasts are curated will talk to you soon..

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"ontario" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"This is the first year you get to see guys. Go up and log some legitimate time. you did. See leah's andersen go up last year. Obviously he had logged teams in the rangers organization already. Campari goes up. Get some games. Kelly of scores in his debut obviously only played what to read games. Wax were that was it. It was just a one game in court and they went back down and then and then by field at the end of the year. Those were all with the kings not the upper calia but toward the end of the year with five field that when the kings were no longer in the playoff push anymore. I think that the kings are going to have different being a different situation. Come seasons end this year. I think that they're probably still going to be in that playoff. Which later into the season. So we'll see how many guys get called up. And i think camparis in that mix I think he's close. I don't know if he's there yet. I think he's a little bit higher on on that list for the kings as opposed to some other players who have also been very good for the rain and looked very good in camp Maybe somebody like samuel fatima Who i said. I was pretty high on earlier. I think he gets. Nhl games this year. It depends on when that's going to be How many it's going to be. I don't know if he graduates to the kings this year. Never to be seen in arrangers ever again. We've we've covered a lot of topics a lot of ground in these questions and it should be a really exciting season for the ontario rain. I'm i can't wait. Frankly but they all sort of culminate in the final question and obviously no answer although given the change to the playoff format this year were seven of nine teams. Make the playoffs big. That actually does sort of. Give us enhancer. So jared final question. Will the rain make the playoffs..

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"ontario" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"Organization. Just they were around for that kind of a run. They didn't even really play that many games but it was just a little insurance policy case. Banged up and also an opportunity for them to keep their seasons going. Get an experience to be around. Some of these. Veterans like brent sutter. Tj turning on camera. Gone if he's if he's a guy that's on the roster own from a goaltending perspective a guy like erin. Sparks has been around your. There's a lot of guy as who played a lot of games in the a gel or the nhl that are going to be on this roster so the more you can have your youth kind of seamlessly transition. It could be good at just. You don't have any games that are going to get. That brings us to our next question. We may already actually have one answer that that is who graduates to the kings during the season. Now we're recording this. The day before the rosters have to be said at the beginning of the season in arthur kelly of will start the season with the la kings and that is a bit of a surprise to me. It remains to be seen if he will stay there But i use the word graduate to imply. Never coming back. 'cause jared as you mentioned earlier the will there will most likely be guys get cups of coffee. Get you know Auditions if you will lot of rotations in and out at allina but this year is probably the first year that we start to see a number of guys make. Wow i guess they started last year. I shouldn't say the first year. But i think we will continue to see guys get called up maybe in spot duty maybe to fill a role temporarily who then as todd mclellan said never return so journalists will start with you on this one. Do we see our there callie of back in ontario. And are there any other candidates that you think could be called up never to return to the ahl ck getting some more some more time. An -tario that for the kings it depends on what role. He's filling their He's a pure shooter. He's got one of the most amazing shots around But he definitely needs he needs work in some of the other areas of his game..

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"ontario" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"You can't afford to have all of your prospects coming up at the same time like that's not how it works right. So that's why. The kings for example felt comfortable trading some picks last year which is something that i think you guys have talked about on the podcast before so if there are trades to be made i would not be shocked if they did not would players but more draft picks that altered things look like in the ahl and the nhl kings of the rain But i do think that the lineup and maybe obviously with the prospects coming up and down between the kings and the rain. I do think there is going to be some movement from a trade perspective. I'm not totally sure. But i do. Think the draft pick thing and the roster spots to fill is is worth bringing up while you mentioned the prospects coming up and that is going to take us smoothly into our next question. Which is how many juniors slash european players will join the rain once their seasons. Don currently martin crack brand. Clark and samuel helena's are under contract but loaned to european junior clubs other players at once their seasons are done collegiate. It's a way ken collegiate. Actually i should know the answer to this but theoretically cut a collegiate player joined. The rain wants his salute. Okay so there you go so even a guy like brock favor could wind up coming in that again. There's no way of knowing at the end but assuming that the rain make the playoffs and make some sort of playoff push. There's than you add another half dozen guys that that could come up. Josh any interest in helena's clark or chrome eac Based on the limited exposure you have to those players Well i've been ncwa guy so maybe aren't rock favorites Yeah you know like time in college hockey but Yeah i think it's possible. The precedent has been set. That yes that seems like it could be an option but kind of like we just said that there is a surplus of players. I real and again you mentioned a few minutes ago. This is kind of a question that maybe there's no answer to it. Depends on how things are going. So i think that's kind of my answer. I think it depends on what the season looks like. Not just for the kings but not just for the rain but for the kings where are these prospects playing. Where where do you have. Different bodies in the organization And if there's an opportunity for a guy like martin crowe act like he did. Last year he came over and played two games. Didn't get on. The scoresheet created a couple of chances. and a couple of chances that you know had been buried on an empty net. They might have won a game or two at the end of the year but bottom line. He came over and logged a couple of games in professional hockey in north america and looks pretty good and then brought developing camping in arizona. Martin chrome eac with a guy that stood out so yeah. I think that there's a possibility for guys like him. Like helenians to come over and log some action toward the end of the year but bottom line. I really just think it depends on one. How the rainer doing and Two more importantly where those prospects are. This question is really an excuse for me to talk about. Martin crowe back. He's already scored a goal for the front next to start the season jarod. You've got to see him..

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"ontario" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"And i think he's something that you know. He's not like any other defenseman ontario rain roster and potentially is upside. He could be on like anyone else. That's on the la kings roster either with some of the tools that he has he can work with. Preseason game rain versus gulls. Thursday night in ontario and it takes a lot for to say i took away anything from an h. l. preseason game jordan spence was a lot of under watch that was my takeaway from that old and we talked to the broadcast as good as he was the game. Winning goal winning off of him and it was like it was odd to me that was important because it happened in a preseason game and a learning moment and it was he had. He had a goal a game and he did so many great things. But it's not. It wasn't a perfect either. And i think it was great for him to have that play happened in. A preseason game doesn't count and you can learn from it and hopefully when the regular season starts no other parks go off of him his net so i think he you're right. He showed well in in all areas. Josh we mentioned The the huge amount of professional rookies last year. So they go ahead. Not only do they add. You know you're martin for your. Possibly you're awesome strands. You're you're awesome. Wagner's back from the kings but they go out and tj tynan the reigning ahl mvp in Darrell evans called a couple of games of the last year. You call kings game with him. Last night darrell evans. Raves about tj china Very impressive tj. Tynan what does it mean to this group of kids to have that guy in here and will tj tynan repeat as mvp of the a first of all. He is everywhere He's he's one of those players that is everywhere and it seems like he's always involve one way or another off the talk. What i will say. Is god forbid anything happens in the nhl. And maybe you don't feel like any of your prospects. Nhl ready yet dj china's the guy that can can take some nhl shifts He he's in. Ahl that at this point he has proven himself in the a gel and he's log view nhl games. Do i think that that's something that the kings can rely on if they if if they really need to and i don't think they will. They need to ease their more importantly. I've talked with some people around the rain office Whether they're in media are not people that used to play hockey and they've said things like fiji china eight john. Vp like he's gonna be really good. This year i don't even think..

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"ontario" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"And i think he's something that you know he's not like any other defenseman ontario rain roster and potentially is upside. He could be on like anyone else does on the la kings roster either with some of the tools that he has he can work with. Preseason game rain versus gulls. Thursday night in ontario and it takes a lot for to say i took away anything from an h. l. preseason game jordan spence was a lot of under watch that was my takeaway from that old and we talked to the broadcast as good as he was the game. Winning goal winning off of him and it was like it was odd to me that was important because it happened in a preseason game and a learning moment and it was he had. He had a goal a game and he did so many great things. But it's not. It wasn't a perfect either. And i think it was great for him to have that play happened in. A preseason game doesn't count and you can learn from it and hopefully when the regular season starts no other parks go off of him his net so i think he you're right. He showed well in in all areas. Josh we mentioned The the huge amount of professional rookies last year. So they go ahead. Not only do they add. You know you're martin for your. Possibly you're awesome strands. You're you're awesome. Wagner's back from the kings but they go out and tj tynan the reigning ahl mvp in Darrell evans called a couple of games of the last year. You call kings game with him. Last night darrell evans. Raves about tj china Very impressive tj. Tynan what does it mean to this group of kids to have that guy in here and will tj tynan repeat as mvp of the a first of all. He is everywhere He's he's one of those players that is everywhere and it seems like he's always involved one way or another off the talk. What i will say. Is god forbid anything happens in the nhl. And maybe you don't feel like any of your prospects. Nhl ready yet dj china's the guy that can can take some nhl shifts He he's in. Ahl that at this point he has proven himself in the a gel and he's log a you nhl games. Do i think that that's something that the kings can rely on if they if if they really need to and i don't think they will. They need to ease their more importantly. I've talked with some people around the rain office Whether they're in media are not people that used to play hockey and they've said things like fiji china age on. Mvp like he's gonna be really good. This year i don't even think..

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"ontario" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Jared josh will be covering the rain for you all season long. So we're going to operate into this. First question is what will the goaltending rotation be at this point. They're still to the best. My knowledge five goals in ontario. No jerry shaking your head no There there has been some gold senators that have went down. The rain have not announced anything. Officially as of this this moment but greenville did announce the john leathermans join their training camp roster so john lennon will be starting season with the greenville swamp. Rabbits and lucas. Parikh is also expected to be the epl as well on destination. Still being discussed. I'm not a hundred percent at this moment. I think by maybe the time that everyone listening to this podcast. That'll be worked out. But lucas also not going to start in the rotation either so that leaves us with three little breaking news there but but definitely changes the this question of what the rotation is going to be. It looks like the rain are going to start the season with three goaltenders josh. That's still a fairly uncommon Number of goalies for a team to have. Yeah yeah it is in. Which is why. Jared kind of alluded to the fact that the destination for lucas parade has not been really confirmed yet. And i think that with ingham having been in greenville the easiest shell last year. I think it's a it's a fair assumption to which you know don't want to do but i would guess that parikh does not end up in. Greenville either just in case Ingham for whatever reason does go. Down to the gel at some point which. I don't think we'd be surprising. But yes so. Three goalies at the moment To that i think are going to the most constant. As as i'm sure jared would Would confirm as well would be garret sparks and matt anvil alta and in terms of. What the rotation actually looks like between those two. My impression has kind of changed a little bit from the beginning. And that was something that we had discussed a little bit when we did the arizona games for the rookie face off and then Through jared's coverage at rain camping and development camp. I think that my impression has a little has changed a little bit from maybe garrett sparks kind of considered the kings number three and now maybe matt is considered the kings number three goalie..

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"ontario" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"Facing the ontario rain in the two thousand. Twenty one twenty two season joining me to do that. Josh schaeffer. who will be calling the games for the ontario rain. Are you doing today josh. I'm good jesse. Thanks for having me and jerry. Shafran who also becoming the games with josh schaeffer. An covering the rain for la kings insider harry doing today. Jared excited to talk some rain and get the season going here this week. Not only will the two of you be teaming up on the broadcast but you'll also both be hosting the rain check which is a podcast that You kings fans can subscribe to in la kings dot com slash. Podcast or wherever. Fine podcast curated jared. Josh will be covering the rain for you all season long. So we're going to operate into this. First question is what will the goaltending rotation be at this point. They're still to the best. My knowledge five goals in ontario. No jerry shaking your head no There there has been some gold senators that have went down. The rain have not announced anything. Officially as of this this moment but greenville did announce the john leathermans join their training camp roster so john lennon will be starting season with the greenville swamp. Rabbits and lucas parikh is also expected to be the shell as well on destination. Still being discussed. I'm not a hundred percent at this moment. I think by maybe the time that everyone listening to this podcast. That'll be worked out. But lucas also not going to start in the rotation either so that leaves us with three little breaking news there but but definitely changes the this question of what the rotation is going to be. It looks like the rain are going to start the season with three goaltenders josh. That's still a fairly uncommon Number of goalies for a team to have. Yeah yeah it is. Which is why. Jared kind of alluded to the fact that the destination for lucas parikh has not been really confirmed yet. And i think that with ingham having been in greenville the e. c. h. l. last year. I think it's a it's a fair assumption to which you know don't want to do but i would guess that parikh does not end up in. Greenville either just in case Ingham for whatever reason does go. Down to the gel at some point which. I don't think we'd be surprising. But yes so three goalies at the moment. The two that. I think are going to the most constant. As as i'm sure jared would Would confirm as well would be garret sparks and matt anvil alta and in terms of. What the rotation actually looks like between those two. My impression has kind of changed a little bit from the beginning. And that was something that we had discussed a little bit when we did the arizona games for the rookie face off and then Through jared's coverage at rain camping and development camp. I think that my impression has a little has changed a little bit from maybe garrett sparks kind of considered the kings number three and now maybe matt is considered the kings number three goalie..

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How the FBI Is Using Personal Data to Track Down Jan 6. Protestors

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

How the FBI Is Using Personal Data to Track Down Jan 6. Protestors

"Stick with one more detail of this investigation that some may not be aware of. And i i haven't rehearsed any of this with you. I mean. I read what you write. But we don't clear talking points through guests. We never do talk to us about how and this is from. Friends is friends of mine. I mean i. Was there on january six. I was in the front row listening to the president and then i had friends who were in the massive crowds who knew people who walked to congress to do with the president told them to do which is to be peace and patriotic. And now i'm hearing stories of people who are living in alaska liv living in ontario. Sorry in in Oregon living thousands of miles away from dc who are in dc for the january six Celebration protests whatever you wanna call it and to a having the fbi. Knock on their door. And who are being tracked down and interrogated or interviewed based upon the location of their cell. Phone on that day is are people telling me fantasies. When i hear these stories julie now the fbi has collected. I believe what they call meta data from all of the cell tower. I don't know how this works But they are getting all the information location of private american citizens who are assembling freely in dc and then using it to track them down later yes and working with cell phone providers to get that to confirm the identity the cell phone number. It's picked up with the owner of the phone so they're working collaboratively companies giving away the information or they absolutely are yes and so so. Google is for all of the Cell providers facebook and twitter are helping as well to access archived access information that was on deleted social media accounts. They're going back and getting say posts or facebook messaging turning those over to the feds so they can use that information a really interesting case to talk about facebook memes. That were used in a court document against somebody And so they're all working collaboratively so it's not so people who weren't inside the capitol building did nothing wrong people who were just in

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How the FBI Is Using Personal Data to Track Down Jan 6. Protestors

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

How the FBI Is Using Personal Data to Track Down Jan 6. Protestors

"Stick with one more detail of this investigation that some may not be aware of. And i i haven't rehearsed any of this with you. I mean. I read what you write. But we don't clear talking points through guests. We never do talk to us about how and this is from. Friends is friends of mine. I mean i. Was there on january six. I was in the front row listening to the president and then i had friends who were in the massive crowds who knew people who walked to congress to do with the president told them to do which is to be peace and patriotic. And now i'm hearing stories of people who are living in alaska liv living in ontario. Sorry in in Oregon living thousands of miles away from dc who are in dc for the january six Celebration protests whatever you wanna call it and to a having the fbi. Knock on their door. And who are being tracked down and interrogated or interviewed based upon the location of their cell. Phone on that day is are people telling me fantasies. When i hear these stories julie now the fbi has collected. I believe what they call meta data from all of the cell tower. I don't know how this works But they are getting all the information location of private american citizens who are assembling freely in dc and then using it to track them down later yes and working with cell phone providers to get that to confirm the identity the cell phone number. It's picked up with the owner of the phone so they're working collaboratively companies giving away the information or they absolutely are yes and so so. Google is for all of the Cell providers facebook and twitter are helping as well to access archived access information that was on deleted social media accounts. They're going back and getting say posts or facebook messaging turning those over to the feds so they can use that information a really interesting case to talk about facebook memes. That were used in a court document against somebody And so they're all working collaboratively so it's not so people who weren't inside the capitol building did nothing wrong people who were just in

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The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:13 min | 1 year ago

The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg

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

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Eating the Foods Your Genetic Background Needs With Dr. BJ Hardick

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Eating the Foods Your Genetic Background Needs With Dr. BJ Hardick

"I know you work obviously with different clients. All over the place in your clinic is in london ontario. Yes right and talk about your experience working with people and really helping them. Adapt more of a ketogenic and nate lifestyle using intermittent fasting. Things like that sure. Well the first thing just trying to move towards more of a ketogenic lifestyle when you're actually eliminating grains and sugars is even though there's a lot more awareness right now people still freak out when they're told you can't have grains you can't have sugar right and a lot of times people say well wait a second you know. These are foods of the earth. The mother nature gave us pineapples and oranges and pears. And all these things we tell those be bad for you. And i always go back to this and and i think first of all you have to recognize that people have different. Genetic backgrounds are gonna processed foods differently They're going to have different types of metabolism. Some people based on where they're where they're from the world may do better with one type of food than another but in principle when you think about the higher sugar foods and the ones grains that turn into sugars. You know the reality is you know. I'm a northern caucasian. I would not be from a part of the world are pineapples are growing year round saying well what would my culture have thrived now it starts to get a little dicey when through the years. Go on twenty two in me and you find out that five percent this. I said it's not always necessarily black or white. So i do believe in listening to your body and seeing how you should in the first place but the first thing is when you tell people to eliminate these foods that they could. Actually you know a mother. Nature's foods are god's people say well that's not right because i'm supposed to eat those tax and the reality is you have to also differentiate not just. How's your body's supposed to eat but are you really trying to deal with some type of illness or a disease because there are certain illnesses that can do better under certain diet programs even though those changes are associated with the cause of the best one for example is sealy people if need gluten but consuming. Gluten doesn't cause ceac right so same thing with you know if somebody has information and they have gall bladder issues while they probably shouldn't have a ton of fat all at once but just eating fat. Your whole lifetime isn't going to give you those gallbladder so we could go on and on and on about that i. I had a friend who was dealing with cancer not consuming any fruit. Well we've never suggested that consuming fruit gave you the cancer. But we do know that getting into this state where your body's not having relied on sugar is going to benefit the immune system to help nutrition. Yeah exactly so so you have to look at it. I doing this for some clinic. Some clinical name. Or am i doing this because it is just the way my body was designed writers

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"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

"Here is how much of the population is going to get vaccinated the big story. We'll be back in just a minute in terms of what happens next as the restrictions. Hopefully stay on the case numbers. Hopefully stay low. Do we know if there are any plans in place for dealing with a potential spike has premier. Kenny talked at all about what he'll do. And what restrictions. He's prepared to put back in place if any If they become necessary. I haven't heard much kenny. In that regard i know the city of edmonton itself. Where i'm where i'm from has said that. They're ready to implement masks again. If cases start shooting up they're ready to take some of their own action. But i think a lot of people are are banking on the fact that vaccines are gonna are gonna take us out of this. What about individual businesses. I know you can't obviously speak to all of them. But one of the things that is currently on the agenda as we move into stage three of reopening in ontario is which businesses will require proof of vaccination which businesses will continue to demand masks. Be worn even after a provincial mandate goes away and those kind of questions What does that look like. Alberda there is a a discussion. I think just publicly about the idea of vaccine passports. I mean i haven't heard anything official from any any business or anything like that when it comes to masks. It's more of a a societal thing i mean. It's i did a story last week. Where i went to a mall just on a tuesday afternoon and just counted. How many people were wearing masks and honest semi busy mauled on a tuesday afternoon. About three quarters of the people about seventy seventy five percent of the people. I would say we're wearing masks. Even though they weren't legally required to so. I think i think society there's still this pressure on folks to still maybe wear their masks a little bit especially if they're in indoors in a smaller smaller business. Tell me what it was like. Just to be in a crowded mall again For that amount of time. I think lots of us have probably had dreams either positive. Dreams are anxiety dreams about what it would be like to be in a public space like that again. it was a little nerve wracking. I'll admit i wore my mask when i was in there just because i feel almost naked without a now and To be in a mall with a with a lot of people around you do you are a little nervous just knowing obviously the pandemic is still out there in some form or another but on the other hand. It's it's nice to see folks back out in public again. It shows you that Life is slowly but surely returning to some kind of old normal. I want to ask you about the psychology of mask. Wearing you. know when it's not mandated. Some people still are. You said you would feel naked without. That's a really interesting thought. Explore that a little bit. It's like your keys. I mean when you leave the home you kind of pat down your pockets to make sure you have your keys and your wallet and your phone and the mask has just become one more thing for me. Now that i remember. I keep it on my door handle on my front door to so i never forget it when i when i walk out the door and that's after sixteen over sixteen months. That's been ingrained in my brain to like instinctually grabbed my mask as soon as i leave the door and now that i don't need it it's it's weird to forget it you know. Do you think it'll be something of a cultural issue as we go forward in terms of people who proudly refuse to do it and people who are and i've heard other people say this you know i do it as a sign to the people around me that you know i care about them and i'm protecting them 'cause i don't know if they're vaccinated. What's that dynamic gonna be like In alberta which is especially in the cities which are an equal split of conservatives and liberals i think as the years weeks months and years go on. I think that it'll just become less and less and less than a won't be such a political statement to wear or not wear a mask i mean. Obviously we're still kobina still in the front of our minds and so i think it'll take maybe a year or two before masks aren't really a part of society. I know myself included in some other people. I've spoken to just in my personal life have said things like. I don't like wearing a mask in the summer but in the wintertime. I probably will wear one because it's cold and be because that's flu and cold season normally as the wintertime. What are the stories that you'll be looking to cover over the next few weeks as you know hopefully alberta's just alberta again and not under restrictions. Well i'm excited. To see live shows comeback. I know the fringe festival here. In edmonton which is one of our most popular and largest festivals. The fringe theatre festival has announced. They'll be back near the end of august. It'll be a different looking festival smaller. But again it's sign that life is returning back to edmonton. So i think i'm looking forward to openly covering edmonton as a summer city because that is the best time to be in the city in terms of events and weather and stuff. That's going on dorsey. Thank you so much for this as a pleasure to talk to you. It's nice to hear from a place that has dropped her restrictions. And i'm knocking on wood for you but it's been two weeks. Things are still looking. God i hope i hope they continue to trend downward and this is over sooner than later. Darcy rob china city news edmonton. That was the big story for more from us. Head to the big story. Podcasts dot ca. Talk to us on twitter at the big story f. p. n. or email us the big story podcast one word all lower case at rci dot rogers dot com. And make your way to your favorite podcast player. You're actually probably already there. You probably already do follow or subscribe or whatever to this podcast but we wanna make sure you help other people do it to thanks for listening. I'm jordan heath rawlings. We'll talk tomorrow..

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"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

"Canada's provinces are exiting lockdowns mostly in stages but not office tomorrow the largest province enters its third stage of reopening. And this one is a big one every day the people of ontario continue to do their part put an end to the pandemic of province will move to step three of the road map to reopen on friday july sixteenth. Step three focuses on the safe presumption of additional indoor services with larger numbers of people. Indoor dining full capacity. Shopping gyms even strip clubs and the potential of at least a semi packed stadium in the not too distant future. This is a wonderful sign. Normalcy is right there on the horizon but after a previous easing of basically these same restrictions in the winter led to the worst wave of covid nineteen ontario has seen its fair to say there is a little trepidation. According to an poll exclusive to global news fifty one percent of canadians feel anxious about resuming normal activities. I mean i'm wearing my mask now. And i see a lot of people that don't have them on. They're outside and it's supposed to be safer by. I don't know by know that i'm not in danger. But it's more of a sense of. What are we doing when ontario reopens will case whose rise how quickly we've seen spikes in the united kingdom cases are currently rising in many places. America is disaster still lurking. You can't blame people for being afraid in the face of the unknown except it's not unknown. Well ontario often takes little notice of the rest of canada. There is a province. That's been totally open for a while. Now in fact it's been just over two weeks which is when you would expect to see a spike in cova cases resulting from the easing of restrictions. So what is it. Like and alberda where they re opened on july first while it's like this is the province reporting thirty five new cobra. Nineteen cases tuesday the first parade less since this pandemic started and we were talking in all of canada. Yeah so it's all eyes on calgary this morning. So is that what. Ontario and the rest of canada have to look forward to as all restrictions are dropped has alberta seen any hiccups. Do they have a plan in place if they do. And.

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"ontario" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

"That of course speak to your account. It's about that but that's something that really Is been something. I i've been really enjoying helping people go to the mortgage free level of life so again four the woodstock area there are currently seventy one listings posted And essentially again. you're looking at all different Types of properties within and once you're connected to the specialist in that area then of course you're going to get a lot more information and you might be even getting More specific listings from their specific board in some cases which is again not really great for them. And certainly not good for you. But in some cases some of these listings are locally our local listings. only they're not listed on The main board. So in some cases there's actually Listings that are there that you might not see online and it might be more than seventy one but it's really important for you guys to make sure that you again have all the best connections the best experts sort of at your disposal. Which is what you'll get with me. So that was a quick walk through woodstock ontario next on the list. Again one of my favorites To move people in out of over the years is the london ontario tours. So you've got places condos there Starting in the hundreds and then of course they go into the to where there's Quite a few options Even you know a few actual homes but a lot of condo still and then basically from two hundreds and i would say is probably where the majority of them will be And i again really really enjoy helping people. Make the move here. And they find that they get A lot of value. They you know. A lot of people love living there Again up the seven hundred and eighty five listings there There's a lot of options to choose from so again if you're thinking about making a move yourself to the london ontario area There's a lot of really great Opportunities there for under five hundred which is again..

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"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

"Just anecdotally. We are seeing those types of numbers again. The big story will be back in just a minute. I've done enough episodes about stories like this now to kind of guess that there's probably going to be a discussion of climate change in here but maybe not so why to outbreaks two years in a row when we hadn't seen one for twenty years previously. You know i wish i had a crystal ball for that It's more of a combination of multiple reasons. So there's no one specific reason why these gypsy moth have exploded over the last couple of years you know. Climate change does have an impact. There's a certain type of fungus that in the springtime will affect the caterpillars and the fungus hasn't had proper growing conditions in order for it to really get out there and kill the gypsy moth populations because it needs a very very wet very rainy Spring season and we really haven't had those wet seasons. We get the more in bursts but we have more of a drier spring this year. I mean it was beautiful. It was great to get out but a lot of that rain helps. Those types of funguses really knocked back the gypsy moth populations and what about temperatures. I know we had a warm winter this year and last year does that. Does that have any impact on them. Oh yes of course. Low temperatures not a lot of snowfall. All that has a big affect. The caterpillars aren't getting killed by those minus twenty degrees. You know over minus twenty minus twenty five. We're not having those types of temperatures sustained over multiple weeks anymore in general before we move back to The moths as someone who works in invasive species does that have an impact in multiple species. That you're watching does it. Does it change the game. Yes it allows for greater migration of north and south moving insects right so a lot of east and west moving or are moved a lot by human trade and moving back and forth but north and south You know insects coming from Not only southern ontario but like throughout the states are allowed to move creeping slowly more into canada that is an impact that warming temperatures or climate change does have on invasive species for sure what can be done to help control these populations and i ask that both in the sense of like what can cities in governments do if they're interested in stopping this at scale but also just like for listener. What can you do if they're all over your backyard trees and eating everything well for that. I always tell people to take a multifaceted approach. Different life stages require different management treatments for large scales like cities or you know parks and things like that. In order to protect parks and their canopies a lot of people will do aerial sprays of the bio pesticide bt k. they'll do the aerial sprays in daytime in order to protect the trees. And that's when the caterpillars are out This particular bio pesticide has to be ingested by the caterpillars So it can be done you know during their early stages In order to effect them later in their later stages but handpicking and burlap trapping is really all you can do towards the later stages so For cities they only have that one stage in order to go after them at a large scale but for homeowners they can go after them at sort of while they're caterpillars with their burlap banding traps at pick them off of the tree or they can also pick them off when their pupa or adults and They can also do egg mass scraping which is just when the homeowner just goes around and scrapes the egg masses off of their trees. The ones that they can reach. Maybe explain if you can I get the handpicking. It sounds gross. But i understand it How do you do a burlap trap on a tree. Basically what you do. Is you go to any hardware store and get out a role of burlap. Usually you can find them for covering cedar trees and things like that But what you do is you would Wrap the burlap band around the tree just about chest height and you would tie accord around the middle of that burlap and allow it to sort of drape over and allow the gypsy moth a place to be protected. Basically kiss once they start to full eating. They don't like the sun very much and so they'll high during the day they're actually nocturnal feeders. At nighttime you can hear them crunching away on the leaves and things like that. So they'll try and come down during the day and they'll hide underneath that burlap and the adults will do that as well and so what a homeowner you would do is you would go out to those burlap bands. Lift up the burlap and just sort of pick off all the caterpillars that you can find Or adults that you can find. I've heard reports of some people Doing those types of banding and just you know vacuuming them. Up with a shop vac Works great to. What do you think happens next. And i'm not asking you to predict you know their population or or the next outbreak or whatever but if this is kind of becoming something that we're going to deal with on on an annual or semi annual basis and the amount of land. They're covering getting worse Is this a problem. That could metastasized on us. I guess and do we need to be doing something on a bigger scale. That is a interesting question because we we yes. We could do this on a larger scale. In order to add knockback the population however there are natural occuring sort of checks. I guess you'd say for this species and we are seeing signs starting to show up in the population so you know maybe next year the mpv virus will go through the population and will actually knock it back. So it's only a couple thousand hectares of defoliation next year or could be in two years from now you know. We don't really know per se in order to predict when the population will crash but in historically what we've seen is the population has grown to peak and it's just absolutely crashed like down to where it's gone from three hundred thousand hectares all the way down to under ten thousand hectares in a single growing season and that's just because of higher predation rate or higher infection rate from either the virus or the fungus more or less what you wanna do for management side of things. Is you want to have those in place that you know that there might be a higher gypsy moth yield and you can do certain things in order to sort of predict a couple months in advance. But you're never going to be able to predict.

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"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

"They're a moth that has been in ontario for a number of years now almost forty years now however a lot of people don't really recognize them more or see them too often until they get to these larger outbreak status. We have had about three or four Sort of larger outbreaks since nineteen eighty five nine hundred ninety one as well as in two thousand and two. They were all outbreaks over One hundred thousand hectares of defoliation to put some of that into perspective. One hectare is equal to about the same size as the soccer field. So that's a large area That has been defoliated by these gypsy moth species. It's a type of lep adopter or a type of moth and butterfly and this moth has come over from. Europe was brought over by a french scientist and he was basically trying to mate are native silkworms species With this gypsy moth in order to try and create a new species that can produce silk. So that's really what how the moth got here. And why became a problem is because that scientists at the moth got away from him and started many issues in the massachusetts area and is slowly expanded from there This moth is about a inch. In length the females are very white. you can basically see them pretty clear on the trees. They actually don't fly anywhere so it's surprising that they can get to large numbers but It's taken one hundred and fifty years to move from massachusetts to ontario. So i guess they do move a lot The females will lay lots of eggs. And that's their only job is to lay eggs and then the eggs just hatchet and they're so great at multiplying because they can eat almost two hundred and fifty different species of treason shrubs so they're not picky eaters. What are the caterpillars look like. Well the caterpillars can be about Five to six centimeters long when they're in the later stages they are very fuzzy. That fuzziness helps them to disperse. They tend to be a very mottled head capsule. so it's more. Like a black and yellowish brown color and it moves into this nice black and white striping on the body but the key features that you have to notice with the Caterpillars as they have a series of two pairs of dots along there back. There's five pairs of blue dots and six pairs of red dots along there back and so they can be very distinguished through that idea feature and in general wearing canada. Are they now. How widely have. They spread almost all of southern ontario. So you can find them anywhere from windsor to Brockville to sue sainte. Marie even up to north bay. They have a population in quebec as well but it follows roughly the oak area in ontario and quebec. You mentioned that. They eat a ton of different varieties of trees and plants is oak their favorite What else do they go for. Yes so okay is their absolute favorite in what they're most commonly found on however They will branch out to other. Different types of trees When the occas all gone in lower populations you really don't see them impacting Other trees all that much but when they're in high populations like they have been over the past two years they'll start to go after. Not only your oaks. but they'll go after your maples. Your birches your aspens. One of the few species that will go between deciduous and coniferous trees and they'll actually go after You know white pine populations or even Colorado blue spruce than other different types of spices and things so you mentioned that they can defoliate areas of forest. What is that look like. And and how is it different. From what other species might do. I guess the best way to say what defoliation looks like is it looks like winter so the leaves will flush out and the caterpillars just come and eat every leaf that they can possibly find so we're finding some trees have been one hundred percent deleted. That means there's not a shred of leaf left on it so it looks like Wintertime which is very misleading for a lot of people because you go to a forest and you expect these luscious green forests the floor of the forest. There's all these beautiful plants that are starting to hop up. But then you look up and there's just sky so a lot of people are are concerned about that because you know it looks like wintertime and we just come out of wintertime. It's supposed to be summer. You're supposed to have shade. You're supposed to have leaves on your tree. But yet these trees look very bear in barron. Aside from the aesthetics of that is that bad for the tree the leaves grow back as the tree harmed. Like i'm trying to guess what i'm trying to get a sense of is because we've heard a lot of chatter about how many of these moss are in ontario right now and i'm trying to get a sense of you. Know what the actual level of impact would be beyond like. They're super annoying. So i guess the biggest problem with gypsy. Moth is the fact that their yes. They're super annoying but they're more like a gateway to something worse. Explain them repeated defoliation of trees actually when a tree defoliated for one to three years. The tree can handle it. Most deciduous trees can handle A bit of defoliation. They'll have a reflash Later in the summer so the trees are already starting to Draw those sugars backup from the roots and to produce a new set of leaves. These leaves are going to be smaller They won't be as large. They won't photo synthesize as effectively. But they'll still be a secondly flush through into august but the problem is they're depleting their sugar storage so they're kind of weakening themselves so repeated defoliation from gypsy. Moth can stress the trees out like immensely stressed. The trees out so after about three to five years of heavy defoliation. These trees are really stressed and their more susceptible to other types of common diseases. And things like that. So common at tree diseases. In root rots their defenses are down so they're basically susceptible to Different funguses and stuff like that that they would normally have no problem fighting against but their immune system is just so depleted their sugar systems are just so depleted that gypsy moth can lead to other infections killing the trees. You mentioned that. We've had sort of a series of outbreaks in the past. Are we having one right now and you know. How long has it been since the last one so the last real outbreak was in two thousand and two. There was approximately one hundred fifty thousand hectares of defoliation. You know that's the size of say for example that just the actual city of toronto but in twenty twenty. We actually had the largest outbreak of Gypsy moth ever in ontario. So he had basically five hundred seventy thousand hectares of defoliation which is pretty much the size of pi across ontario. So that is a huge area of defoliation and this year. We're also looking at those types of numbers. I won't have the actual data for you until the ministry. Natural resources finishes their forest inspections but.

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"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on The Big Story

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story david. Uk vetch is the entomology technician at the invasive species center. Hey david fellow. Can you start just for the folks like me who haven't really thought about this problem until it reached a critical mass. I guess what are these. Moths that we're talking about today. Well they're a moth that has been in ontario for a number of years now almost forty years now however a lot of people don't really recognize them more or see them too often until they get to these larger outbreak status. We have had about three or four Sort of larger outbreaks since nineteen eighty five nine hundred ninety one as well as in two thousand and two. They were all outbreaks over One hundred thousand hectares of defoliation to put some of that into perspective. One hectare is equal to about the same size as the soccer field. So that's a large area That has been defoliated by these gypsy moth species. It's a type of lep adopter or a type of moth and butterfly and this moth has come over from. Europe was brought over by a french scientist and he was basically trying to mate are native silkworms species With this gypsy moth in order to try and create a new species that can produce silk. So that's really what how the moth got here. And why became a problem is because that scientists at the moth got away from him and started many issues in the massachusetts area and is slowly expanded from there

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"ontario" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

Sandy and Nora talk politics

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

"It's absolute bullshit and people using matt as a way to to apologize for the liberal order to support at the liberals in the face of their inaction is bullshit like look at all of the programs the liberals have announced throughout this pandemic the majority of them are for big businesses and even even like today with gesture does announcement he said. You know Canadians who are struggling. Go to our website. Check out all the programs to be. Have you can apply. And there's also a wage subsidy subsidy isn't for individuals. He is gonna help that much because of the the eligibility constraints. Like if you take there's even a rent subsidy you might be thinking. Oh man great rent subsidy that sounds great right now for all the people who can't go to work none of it's a rent subsidy for businesses. There's no there's no red subsidy for you know. Rent subsidy for individuals. It's all crap it's all crap all smokescreen and they could be announcing new measures to support people individually and they could take on where the provinces are failing and force new measures like paid sick days if they wanted to through the emergencies. Act or through. There's other measures that they could use. I'm sure that's not the only one but it's one. It is one that makes a lot of sense right now because we're clearly in an emergency but like all the started for that sound but that is a sound that i make when i realized that all of the all of the leaders suck all of them all of them. Don't don't be played. Don't be fooled by justin trudeau pointing the finger at all of the premier's and by all the premier's for pointing the finger justin trudeau. They all failed the list of things that they do. Actually almost none of the things on your list. Required the emergency measures. Act so you know. They have a federal labor code. There's no paid sick days in the federal labour code. They could enact that tomorrow. Why are they not doing that. why was there more aid and more of a shutdown last year. This time then there is now with cases skyrocketing. These are the kinds of questions that people need to be holding opposing to justin trudeau to posing the liberal party and asking what the fuck because it's all such lies and now if you do look at the emergencies act. They have the power to set up hospitals. They have the power to set up. Emergency shelters they have the power to regulate the distribution of essential goods if they had to do that. They have the power to restrict travel from province to province. Like there's so many non intrusive things that they could be doing. Let alone though the federal government they could be ordering businesses closed. They certainly can order. Business closed the federal labor code. That would be banks that would be telecommunications they have the power directly to shut those down they don't have to pass by the provinces and so like the the the this is where federalism is such a cancer like it's just it veils but especially fails when politicians continue to just like pretend that they don't have the power and journalists who either don't know or have no interest in challenging these kinds of lines just kind of go with it. The the federal press corps is lake not the most illuminating limited group of fucking people right now and they're not they're not actually pulling out these possibilities and rather everything's being treated like a political football but you know again the the opposition parties like not that expect erin o'toole of any fucking thing good to say but i do expect jagmeet singh something to say about using these powers a boat actually intervening about you know..

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"ontario" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

Sandy and Nora talk politics

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"ontario" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

"Some police forces responded to the outrage. That they were seeing by promising not to do that. But they are already doing those things so like nothing. Nothing about any of this real like. It's all. just a facade of talk do doesn't mean anything. Yeah so fucked. Doug forward like lena. The great thing about doug ford is. He's like just a level of incompetence that we we just aren't blessed with very often the there's there's a we actually get to see what happens when you don't have an evil mastermind like jason kenny in power. Or you know we can go back to don't mcginn mcginty or rica. go to mike harris. Who by the way made two hundred thirty thousand dollars last year as a member of the board of chartwell despite the there been hundreds of people that have died there of but we have this ruling piece of shit fool and his majority government is only a majority government by ten members of parliament which is interesting because actually in the same number of representatives as jason kenya's dealing with with a rogue caucus of People who are like no kobe's like not that bad let it roll like this is fine stopped giving us measures while at the same time. Alberta actually has some of the highest cases of covid in canada so i like the incompetence from a theoretical perspective. And i just have to talk to not live on -tario because for me not here article perspective. It's obviously it's frightening and the failures of of of the of institutions to hold the government to account like are just laid so bear i we. I think we'll talk about that more before we get into that. I do want to mention that there has been a very important change to how the british columbia government has been dealing with covid. Now john horgan has has been also not doing a very great job to say. The least cases in british columbia are skyrocketing and they are a mostly related to the variant the p. three variant which is leave lint. And a lot of that variant can be linked back to The facts that with similar was open and operating and people were flying in from different parts of canada for sure and probably different parts of the world but on speak ill of bunny. Henry john oregon. No they suck sorry but they've fucking suck the way that people have been talking about them. They're really letting them off the hook. Sorry go ahead. it's such it's such bullshit so it's like okay fine horrigan at least this past week month. Fourteen has finally said that the places with an at workplaces with an outbreak that public health can say yes that is an epidemiologically linked set of cases that surpassed three will be shut down and they'll be shut down for ten days. And why in the fuck did it take fourteen months to get here. The the the absolute repulsive thing about this is that that was the key to slowing and stopping the pandemic in the first place. That was the key and it's one thing to to have a long-term care system that is so fucked that is that profits off of death and that containing outbreaks within. It would be very very difficult. And it was obviously very difficult and that they may have kept on raging while workplaces least we contain covid. There been now that the vast majority of people living in long term care have been vaccinated. And there's no longer the the risk of death and serious injury from covid within.

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