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"ottawa river" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The Summer Kaelin Robinson his friends were all in the same boat. Votes I assume the sixteen inches from Toronto spent the last sixty days canoeing an epic two thousand kilometers across the province they started in Wa Bikini Provincial Park. North. Thunder. Bay and arrived in Ottawa today by way of the Ottawa River at which point they poor Taj up to Parliament Hill they call themselves the canoe for Covid team. Their goal was to raise money for food banks Canada to help communities during the pandemic. As of today, they've raised over seventy six thousand dollars Kaelin Robinson spoke to Ottawa morning today via satellite phone as the canoe for Cova team prepared for the final stretch. I'd say our our longest day is definitely been on Lake Michigan just south of became provincial park. It was I think day eight of trip when we went eighty kilometers or more across the lake. And and did A. Sixteen kilometer crossing in the middle like so that was definitely a tiring day you know woke up at six finished eighth. What's the best way to describe how your arms and back and shoulder muscles feel after a day like that you're definitely tired but you start towards the end you get these like jolting pains in your muscles. And I it's tough. But almost at the point, especially on a big lake like that where you can see your camp, say to your seat where you're going to camp and. You know tend to call is in the distance, it's really easy to keep going. This trip sounds like it was a bit of a pandemic plan B.. Would you normally have been doing this summer if if the pandemic hadn't come along? Yeah. So normally actually we all met as staff at Camp Bombing. Park. Immune George Saturday rule in quarantine thinking to ourselves. Hey, I don't know if camp is going to happen this year because the code. So. Let's just make a plan. Be Get some of the boys together and plan this ridiculous sixty day trip. and. We'll shoot for the stars and. Do for a good cause and take our community of skill of canoe tripping and actually how people out with it. You know raise the money for food banks that we've raised. Tell me about a highlight and a low light because after two months in a canoe with your, all these buddies there must have been plenty of both. I one of the most difficult parts that we can all agree was our segment from shop low tests. Nola. There's no lakes really there. So it's basically just poor Taj ing. For four days in a row but every port Charles you take bushwack. It's not a cut out area. You gotta cut out your own campsites at night. So it was really difficult time and our trip, and we call that area the dark lands. And we push past that and we make our way out of the dark lands and finally get to the top of the Spanish river and that was, I think the highlight going down the Spanish river after just have been dealing with this difficult pain for the last days and finally being rewarded with a flash flowing current and being able to shoot down some very fun rapid and we've are waiting tests and all of where we were treated very nicely by the locals there and. It was just a wonderful experience. Kaelin Robinson and five friends arrived in Ottawa today after spending the last sixty days traveling by canoe across Ontario he spoke with Hallie cotton him on. Morning The State of Michigan has finally reached a settlement with the victims of the flint water crisis. But that doesn't mean residents flint think the water is safe Michigan has said it will pay six hundred million dollars to victims with most of the money going to children affected by lead poisoning back in two thousand fifteen, the government admitted that the water was unsafe to drink eighteen months after switching the city's water source to the Flint River to save money. Now, it's compensating residents for injuries and property damage they sustained from the exposure. Micky awakes has been fighting for some kind of justice since the water crisis started back in twenty fourteen, she's a flint resident and a mother we reached Ms Wakes in Flint. Ms Wakes, what kind of a difference will this settlement make to the lives of you and your son? Really. I don't know because there's a lot of people that have signed up in his on this settlement. And there has been so much money coming into flint WHO's to say we're going to receive this money. For one I feel like six hundred million is not enough. Pregnant with twin lost them both times. So there's no money that they can give me that would bring my bags back. There's not enough money that they give me to help the lead exposure that my kids have injured I mean just lead exposure is irreversible. Can you take us back to two thousand fourteen and tell us when you first noticed something was wrong with the water. I was had to go to the emergency room cat breaking out they kept giving me Benadryl but I noticed a benadryl would take the buffs and all of that away. But then as soon as I get in the water again. Same thing my daughter had hair loss we breaking out. my son started having behavioral problems I didn't know there. All of that until Twenty fifteen when Governor Snyder came out with leading the water or anything Dr Mona Hannah t started telling about the side effects to kids and babies would have. Then I started noticing it in my kids. This victim compensation fund is for anyone who is injured from the water although most of that money is earmarked for children but you said that you had miscarriages to. Yes I was pregnant in twenty fifteen miscarried twins and then I got pregnant two years later in twenty seventeen miscarried twins again and you blame the water for that. Yes and my daughter had a miscarriage when she was eighteen, she's twenty one. Now she was drinking this contaminated water also, who's to say if she can ever have kids. They'll say five hundred million is not enough. Beyond the settlement, what would it take for you to to believe justice was done? what it would take for me is governor Snyder and everyone involves to be incarcerated locked up. There was death under this water crisis under the nearest the while. Governor. Snyder was in office. He should be held accountable and everyone else should be held accountable for their accent. The State Attorney General dropped all criminal charges last year against eight officials. She does say she plans bringing new charges, but it hasn't happened yet. Do you think it will? Then light. But like I say stuff this has been going on over six years and. We finally got this but as I said, it's not good.
"ottawa river" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"I wouldn't be in harmony unless I was doing. God's work as a healy work from heaven set said to do this work if I. Once I was involved with Healy I didn't have to eat I was so filled with the spirit that i. i. knew this is Mike. Might might my mission by calling? Go forward and help humanity I because no matter what I did. I did many things in my life brother broadcasting television movies, cover scholes, bodily All these jobs that they wanted me to be this fake broadcaster, New York, and go you're you you? You're the you're the next guy coming in. We're GONNA get you did. On ABC ABC we're going to get jaw television shows we WANNA put you on air. You know like that that's what we want to get you an intelligence series with Tobon are you to get you ready for Hollywood your your parents a you and your sister you you were made for. Hollywood. That's where there were go and everything about all with me. I just didn't get a good feeling about going in that direction. because. Because I don't like the re glides of people I don't understand that I I. Don't feel. Acting. Is Reading Lights I'm not acting? I'm in the flow of life where I'm naturally there and the. Acting. Schools Lee Bird. Wanted me to be their acting school because I was naturally in the flood? And it by Metra said the May well, they don't Susan Strasberg which was on his television series. He didn't tell me but she noticed me and said, well. You may take you two years to get in here and I said well, I just came in 'cause you want to be the check it out David if you had any, you know clean school but and then he said Euroleague acting school I was testing you out your natural and you're like a state Freddie Prints Chemo on. Your like your natural. Valley. State the neck authentic but then interested read people's lives. You know and that's the key the authenticity right there isn't it interesting authenticity always shines through its direct from source. It's it's a clear. You know umbilical cord right there to source. It's so it's so interesting because here you are. Where you're heard all these stories where people have tried to sort of sort of put you in these. Directions and you've you've walked your own path. You've you've you've followed her heart. and. Still everything works out for you. You know it's it's amazing because it's such a wonderful story to go look everybody follow your heart follow art and it will still work out. There's no forcing involved it doesn't have to be forcing involved. Competition involved yet or that scarcity? Mindset. Like. Hey, you know what I moving in this direction and Andrew Trusting in the process and I know that you keep an little snowflakes to each other. You've got US snowball IKI moving at snowball long got bigger snowball before you know you push that over edge. She got an avalanche in your like how the heck did that happen from one little snowflakes that could easily melt in your hands. Credible it's. It really is. It's a it's what they call walk by fate? Hawaiian. Style walk by faith. Universal, I talk about you know being universal in the via the flow of life of life rivers just think of rivers, of water. A. Clean water around the world clean. Water. For people to drink. Ottawa. Rivers of water that are empowered. Know are are looking vessel. Plea clean water right and it empowered that you know that that Akwa of a, we're ninety percent water. Seventy percent more whatever you call it, but we need to hydrate with clean water. Clean sources of Akwa. To. It's interesting when we think about. That idea of. I think about that idea of precipitation and how? The. Will. First of all, just water molecules flying around all over the place that who knows. That the the. The water that I'm drinking the right now was once over in let's say to. Japan. And before that, it was over Norway before that it was over in Hungary and. The. The water that's falling down on me right now is. I'm drinking was somewhere else and then I put that water back out and someone else has it. So it's so interesting how we're all connected through water you know and and. It's it's you know, and then we hear about how that idea of of how water holds memory yes. How we can affect the the the chemical reactions within the water, and if that's the case and if we and if that's the case, then there's all these little molecules of water out there wouldn't certainly if we can affects the water molecules within our own body within my goodness, we must be able to. Affect all those water molecules everywhere else that moving around out there. A. Fascinating to think about that in how you truly are all connected through all the the. The water molecules, the frequency ranges all. The trees like you said, when did the wilderness brother who might spiritualize what my spiritual I saw the wilderness. That energy was actually. Like a Cylinder Ivy lifted off, I sold actually the energies lifted off like like. Just spending around everything spending like the universe even in traits the energy spinney. And I was a I was in a fast though forget when I I just went out to see stores as I. See I see the trees and the light. Spitting though. I'm not see things. They're show me the spiritual light that everything is. Movie. Editor Jerry cly, it's moving in energies movement in the trees out of the Wilderness, the plants everything's moving. Yeah. while. It's it's so intriguing and coming to that revelation realizing that there's nothing really truly to fight against. It's more of kind of getting out of our own way letting the source kinda speak through US appreciating the process it's so interesting because like I absolutely love synchronous cities. I Love I love talking about him. I love when they show up and I noticed that the more I talk about him the more that they show up and it's kind of like little this image of the little kids. You know maybe they're a cart wheel or something, and then they notice you're watching them all. You see that I'm doing a cartwheel watch this I'm GONNA. Do a somersault. KINDA WANNA show off for you. They'll do more for you and so. I kind of plugging into that kind of relationship with. With the universe and following those synchronous cities what's interesting is then I. Trust more and more in my intuition and the process that's going to unfold in it's interesting. I've had many conversations with people who? You know they deem themselves as perfectionists and the. They've that I guess there's some sort of. Weird. They feel that there's some sort of honor in in having to struggle to create something that there's some sort of romantic idea of the tortured artists that you've got a. you know really be tortured to make this thing in and wing man I just don't feel it's necessary. I don't know how to tell you guys. Considering. I'm filing an intuition here and I'm going to keep following it and see where it ends up and I'm going to trust that it's GonNa take me to wear where I wanted to go and. It doesn't have to be pushing a rock narcissists. Or fister pushing the rock up the hill falls back down pushing ROCK UPTON.
"ottawa river" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Now for the Mike dropped with this morning's Mike Gavin good morning hole when it comes to flying planes they say any landing you can walk away from is a good one swimming away is also acceptable and in this case pretty remarkable two aircraft collided mid air in Canada last weekend somehow no one was seriously injured one plane was sent plunging into the Ottawa River the pilot who was a man in his seventies was rescued after he managed to escape the downed plane and make it to the shore the second plane which was carrying four people was able to land safely at a nearby airport who you magic like how tense those moments were yeah for both yes planes have and you know and and everybody somehow be to walk away just a just a couple of scratches what is the what's amazing to is here's this guy in his seventies yeah right right he lands in the river which in Ottawa I would imagine it's still fairly chilly this time of year right so you've got the shock of figuring out whether not gonna survive this small plane crash landing in the river which adds the physical shock of cold water yeah the piecing all that together managing to get to shore yeah and you know holding we can get out of the plane that's a whole undertaking you run out of self before it sinks or flips over exotic they found it I'm not mistaken they founded it was kind of was flipped over on its side or something when they found it so yeah just an unbelievable all around I can make the lottery after this one I can remember taking a small plane one time after a white water rafting trip in hells canyon in the in the Idaho panhandle and the plane was so small that we had to manipulate people by size and luggage amounts to determine who who was going to sit on what side of the plane yeah I you know behind the pilot any clue to distribute the weight and after that bumpy ride the last time you to complete a hat it's a very weak legs after that when the yeah that's that's a nerve wracking experience with like a few pounds here and there to make that much of a difference right now and anytime Gordon you can break a Guinness record while burning a whole lot of calories we can say you're winning the pandemic a restaurant owner in Spain broke a record when he spent two hundred ninety seven consecutive hours riding a stationary exercise bike ten miles started the journey on June fifth to set the record he had to keep up to speed of at least twelve miles per hour during his attempts now he was allowed a twenty minute break every five hours to change his clothes and take a brief nap took twelve days and nine hours to set the mark for the longest marathon a static bike and if that wasn't enough miles finished his attempt by getting down on one knee which you can imagine might have been a little bit sore and proposing to his France any state in the post position for three hours right until the board began to properly for writers like any had to be picked up and carried his bed probably that point oh man yeah that's a great finish but did a twenty minute break every five hours yeah to change clothes yeah like if you're not getting crotch rot like a one of those long rides you're just not experiencing like a really long bike ride right and went when your clothes start to turn sweaty and just insists this is right up your alley though because of the the twenty minute naps are not even everything you could easily take a ten fifteen minute nap nobody made a break the the I I could never fall asleep in that amount of time do you remember the old song name that tune I can in the tune in to inotes yeah yeah I can take that nap in seven minutes or less and have it be effective for me like this a record is in danger of being broken thanks Mike thirteen minutes in front of the hour on this morning America's first news how much money would.
"ottawa river" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Heart radio yeah enjoy the stimulation thank you for the time of this will come into Friday it's time now for the Mike drop with this morning's Mike Gavin good morning hole when it comes to flying planes they say any landing you can walk away from is a good one swimming away is also acceptable and in this case pretty remarkable two aircraft collided mid air in Canada last weekend and somehow no one was seriously injured one plane was sent plunging into the Ottawa River the pilot who was a man in his seventies was rescued after he managed to escape the downed plane and make it to the shore the second plane which was carrying four people was able to land safely at a nearby airport who you magic like how tense those moments were yeah for both yes planes have and you know and and everybody somehow be to walk away just a just a couple of scratches what is the what's amazing to is here's this guy in his seventies yeah right right he lands in the river which in Ottawa I would imagine is still fairly chilly this time of year right so you've got the shock of figuring out whether not gonna survive this small plane crash landing in the river which adds the physical shock of cold water yeah the piecing all that together managing to get to shore yeah and you know holding we can get out of the plane that's all undertaken right of itself before it sinks or flips over exotic they found it I'm not mistaken they found it was kind of was flipped over on its side or something when they found it so yeah just an unbelievable all around I can make the lottery after this one I can remember taking a small plane one time after a white water rafting trip in hells canyon in the in the Idaho panhandle and the plane was so small that we had to manipulate people by size and luggage amounts to determine who who was going to sit on what side of the plane yeah I you know behind the pilot and he clearly distribute the weight and after that bumpy ride the last time you to complete a hat it's a very weak legs after that when the yeah that's that's a nerve wracking experience with like a few pounds here and there to make that much of a difference right now and anytime Gordon you can break a Guinness record while burning a whole lot of calories we can say you're winning the pandemic a restaurant owner in Spain broke a record when he spent two hundred ninety seven consecutive hours riding a stationary exercise bike Ben miles started the journey on June fifth to set the record he had to keep up the speed of at least twelve miles per hour during his attempts now he was allowed a twenty minute break every five hours to change his clothes and take a brief nap took twelve days and nine hours to set the mark for the longest marathon a static bike and if that wasn't enough miles finished his attempt by getting down on one knee which you can imagine might have been a little bit sore and proposing to his girl France and he stayed in the post position for three hours right still the blood begin to properly full right was like any had to be picked up and then carried his bed probably that point oh man yeah that's a great finish but did a twenty minute break every five hours yeah to change clothes yeah like if you're not getting crotch rot like a one of those long rides you're just not experiencing like a really long bike ride right and when when your clothes start to turn sweaty and just insists this is right up your alley though because of the the twenty minute naps I think you could easily take a ten fifteen minute nap nobody made a break though I that I I could never fall asleep in that amount of time you member the old song name that tune I can in the tune in to inotes yeah yeah I can take that nap in seven minutes or less and have it be effective for me like this a record is in danger of being broken thanks Mike thirteen minutes in front of the hour on this morning America's first news I work at home work out at home second.
"ottawa river" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk
"Hope you're twenty. Twenty is off to a great start now just share a little bit of personal stuff. The few from my office is a white winterland. A Wide Open field of snow and then beyond that is the Ottawa River. I love watching. People walk their dogs and ski and do other winter activities as I enjoy the great indoors that puffy. Lb Winter Vest. Yeah that's still hanging in the closet with the sales tag on it. So let's warm up with some wine showy in today's episode I'm chatting with Madeleine Puckett who recently was named the wine communicator of the year by the prestigious international wine and spirits competition. Madeleine's background in visual design. Music and restaurant. Hospitality have helped shape her communication of wine through infographics entertainment and social media media her. Enigmatic whimsical wind designs have been featured on NPR fast company design and the Washington Post. I'll include links to her website. Books and social media handles in the show notes at Natalie Maclean Dot com forward slash fifty eight now back to you. Why Not Make Twenty twenty the year that you move from feeling overwhelmed with all the winds and the liquor store to feeling confident about everyone when you buy and knowing exactly which pair perfectly with it? I can help you with that. Sign up for my free online video wine class. The five wine and food pairing mistakes. That can ruin your dinner and had a fix them forever Goto Natalie MacLean dot com forward slash class. And and she's a time and date that works for you. I look forward to seeing you inside the class. Okay on with the show..
"ottawa river" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Dot com so let's jump in a little here James and where do you WanNa start this Wimbledon story or the Angel Story. I you know Stephen pissed because I'm I'm a fan of all the big championships and I just the Te- The tennis I like. I'm a couple of hours earlier than you are so I think it's about an eight hour. Deal the time change so it's reasonable even for me to pop up at five or six A._M.. In the morning earning and flop on the couch and watch and they missed it went on all day you could have jumped in. They're like <hes> I don't know five six hours later still be rolling. It was a crazy long tennis match to decide it. Yeah lived up to the hype keep right number one and two seat Jovovich and <hes> and Federer and a great you know I hope I got to tape tape a bunch of stuff and I'll have to look and see but you know the one on one I gotta give it to them. Steve the old the old one one on one battles like a good like a good fucking boxing match Steve Trading Punches along the way they both could've won. I mean it was basically Djokovic. Federer and Federer ended up with a couple of match catch points championship points in the final and I it just couldn't get it done and Novak Djokovic prevailed after five hours of very tense very awesome tennis Yup. If I'll tell you what though Steve Speaking of <hes> <hes> statistics okay and we all know you can you can have a great year individuals in the game a hockey or football or something like that and you don't win the championship but you could be the you know you could be the leading scorer <hes>. I'm going to read you something about the joke of its federal match that I just read okay on paper Steve. If you heard this you would say won the thing he had to have won the thing so he wound up with two hundred eighteen points federal got two hundred eighteen points to Jovovich as two hundred four fetter at twenty five aces to joke pitches ten federal broke him seven times Jovic only three total winner Steve Okay total winters right you would think in a tennis match Federer had ninety four and Jovovich had fifty four okay <hes> so he he slaughtered them in the stats he slaughtered them in the stats and yet Djokovic ended up winning the match interesting that second set I think was really one-sided if I if memory serves. I don't have it in front of me. I think it was six one for Federal Ederer so I think that prolly go you have a case of you know that second set was what what really <hes> you know. It's it's not very often. We see a Wimbledon champion with a one six on their scoreline right true true enough. Certainly there's a big advantage to Jovic when you get going that long obviously Federer is ageless. He's a month shy of his thirty eighth birthday and to be playing that long the longer it goes on the better chances Jovic as a winning that thing but it went as long as it pretty well. Could you go twelve twelve and they've changed the rules around now is not going to go on forever. <hes> that that whole is ner effect where he had like three or four matches go on six seven hours Ram that final set now at twelve all then they go to a tiebreaker and so it went as long as it could basically and <hes> joke of it's being almost six years younger. That's a slight advantage. I'd say <hes> sell great match great tennis one of those ones that people are gonNA remember forever yeah the other thing with tennis Steve is you're. You're not going to sneak in here on us. Okay as a young hotshot although they start young tennis players particularly women right tons of them turned pro at fifty fifty tons of them turned pro at fifty. Well look at the Kid Goff. I think the American kid went. I think she went three rounds youngest. Kid ever get through three rounds or something like that. Yesterday's news now right that was last week story. No one's talking about it anymore but I in ten does your so you you turn pro young you made there may be the odd field on that comes along and wins early on they they rise to the to the top but there's none of these young kids who are taking over you know Federer's the the career that these guys have Jovic veteran a doll Serena Williams hall up now is of course she's starting to window different though Steve Right now than Gulf that these new young kids are coming not a left field here man coming out of college but you names coming in that are just taken away from we're speaks where's Fowler. Where's rory these days? Well I mean he won the Canadian Open last month. Oh it did okay. I forgot about that DOC. Where's he been winning tournaments? Where's where's he been forgot six for the last eighteen days? I haven't seen anything go start to give it but they're not let you in there and tennis Steve You're. They're just not these guys aren't going away these superstars antennas and it makes me think about a when you make that comparison with golf we're in a very special time obviously because <hes> we always think about Tiger Woods will he catch Jack Nicklaus for or a the number of with his eighteen majors and in tennis right now <hes> you've got three guys the top three guys are all still active and it is some question as to who will end up with the most grand slams when all of a sudden Don Jovovich now moves to sixteen grand slams. You've got Rafael Nadal Eighteen Federer with twenty so it's kind of an interesting that these three guys <hes> because we always have this discussion engulf but. It's pretty rare. Were at all all the guys at the top of the leaderboard are all active guys so sometimes you don't realize it and you're living in a very special time in a particular sport but we are living in a very special time in and tennis sure sure absolutely and and the cream the cream rises to the top there and early twenties or whenever their late teens and they're no looking back man and they're they're they look at you and going on a you're not getting in here pal. I am way better. I've been playing way longer and I'm gonNA kick your ass. `Fratelli Steve was the guy who won today. Okay Dylan `Fratelli won the P._G._A.. Today and last week it was Wolf Kid Wolf so will these guys are sneaking in there. They're getting in there. They're young they just they they. They haven't even officially turned pro steep. They claim their pro status after an earlier on in the year after the U._S.. Amateur I think a bunch <unk> skits that I'm turning pro so they get to play some sponsor exempt events that they're allowed on and if they acquire enough points then there they qualify the acquiring a Fedex points or something they they qualify to be on the tour next year which would prevent them from having to go to Q-school if they'll get your golf game back yet by the way your last time we spoke about your late chop was ninety one. I told you two games ago that I played and I cheated and I shot eight. Steve the other fuck combat. I'd like to get my hands on you might be able to give you a run. I actually got my game back a little bit. I played with a bunch of guys that I grew up with enrichment a bunch of hockey guys we get together for tournament every year just just Eh River Band and new tear the place up a bunch of beers but all of a sudden. I was just hammering the ball. I'm very excited about Gulf against surprisingly enough well. You would get you would beat me. You'd have to give me shots. I'm so and I'm going on my big golf trip. This week going gone up to Sudbury on Wednesday for my big annual Gulf and I'm going to be a mess. I'm going to be brutal. I'm going to be you know Steve. I live in river bend. You just said River Bend. That's coincidental. You live in river bend now. That's the name of my subdivision cool. Oh did you mean riverside when you said there's no riverside golf course in Ottawa River. Bend is the name the golf course that's right okay. I Digress T._v.. Zone near Richmond it's at river bend every every year and one of the guys that we hung out with back. Then big into Richmond hockey has got him Tim Bonner and he's the Greens keeper <hes> The tournaments named after his Dad John Bonner to John Boehner classic but two years ago we went out there and it was an absolute monsoon and we played any way and I'm sure Tim had an absolutely large cleanup job from all the damage we ended up doing with all the Gulf cards on very very wet track. I WanNa talk about the toddler skaggs story most sports fans would have heard about this story by now and it's the passing of angels Pitcher Tyler skaggs. He died back on candidate at age twenty seven. He was found in his hotel room. They still have no idea yet jimmy how how he died but there's no foul play suspected back to this still trying to figure things out but a couple of nights ago <hes> even though a lot of times past the angels were back home for the first time since gags died is big delay because of the all star break and because the angels were on the road so they really he did it upright honoring their full and teammates so in the clubhouse they had they basically have painted skaggs personal slogan. We're nasty up on the wall. You know the Montreal Canadians dressing room they can blinders field line to you from failing hands. We throw the Torch be yours to hold high <hes>. They've got that now in the Angel Locker Room with we're nasty. His stall is going to stay untouched for the rest of the year on the field. They've got a big mural of skaggs on the center field wall his mom Debbie throughout the first pitch delivered an absolutely perfect strike and every single angel player had the same name and number on their Jersey for the game. I Guess Major League Baseball made an exception option. They all had number forty five and the named skaggs on the back of their Jersey Naven at a forty five second moment of silence absolutely beautiful across the board but let let me play the final moment the best attribute here came in a way that no one could.
"ottawa river" Discussed on KCRW
"News headlines are next. from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. White House economic adviser. Larry cudlow says the chances are pretty good that President Trump and China's president will talk trade at next month's g twenty summit in Japan last week, Trump, raise tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods imported by the US when no trade deal was agreed to Kudlow says higher. Tariffs are worth it. In the long run the economic consequences are so small, but the possible improvement in trade and exports and open markets for the United States. This is worthwhile. Doing Kudlow was speaking to Fox News Sunday, he acknowledges those higher tariffs will be paid for by consumers and businesses in the US the United Arab Emirates says four ships have been damaged off its coast near the strait of Hormuz the Saudi government says two of them were Saudi owned oil tankers the BBC's. Warren bull has more the Saudi energy minister said the. Attacks of the Emirates of Jeddah caused significant damage to the structure of the tankers. He said one of the sips was on its way to be loaded with crude oil from Saudi put to be delivered to customers in the United States. The allegations of several Taj come at the time of rising tensions in the area. Where the US has sent additional warships in recent days warning run that would respond with force to any attack on its interests all those of its allies. This is NPR news from Washington. Actress Felicity Huffman is doing federal court today in Massachusetts, she's expected to plead guilty in Boston to paying a fifteen thousand dollar bribe to recur older daughter's SAT score of man is one of more than thirty parents charged in a ten month. F B I college admissions cheating investigation Huffman has apologized. In a statement saying she accepts her guilt in that her daughter was unaware of her actions in Canada state of emergency is in effect in eastern Ontario, where the Ottawa river is flooding at record levels. Dozens of homes are evacuated as Dan carpenter reports. The river level hasn't been this high in decades, according to Statistics New levels of the Ottawa river have broken nearly sixty year old record. The federal government is deployed the Canadian armed forces to the city of Pembroke, which declared a state of emergency late last week and the call is out for more volunteers. Once city officials says more than two dozen homes have been affected along with damage. To the waterfront walkways and public washrooms. The fast rising levels are being driven by recent rains and reservoirs that can no longer. Hold back. The water weeks of devastating floods. Forced hundreds of people from their homes. Water levels are expected to peak today for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto stocks in Asia ended the day lower as the US in China remained at odds over trade. Wall Street futures are down sharply. Dow futures are off about three hundred points. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. KCRW's mission is to bring you more.
"ottawa river" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment
"The tunnel had not quite made it to the Bank yet, but they'd begun digging toward the ATM lighting their way with the help of generator police found the generator and a muddy pair of boots at the entrance to the tunnel in the woods along with a wagon for hauling away, the dirt police are now looking for tips from the public on who's done the digging who dug it coding one official. So if somebody's been bragging about this talking about a tunnel, certainly give us a call. A tree may grow in Brooklyn. But a residential neighborhood on New York's Upper West side has a tree with a couch in it a sofa divan Davenport said t if you will twenty five feet up in that tree. No one has come forward to say how it got there. And no one else seems to know either. We don't even know if the city has any plans to remove the couch in Idaho, they're investigating the governor's inauguration. Specifically, the commander of the Idaho national guard says he's investigating the shockingly loud cannon fire that was part of the gubernatorial swearing in ceremony. It was loud. It set off car alarms and downtown Boise and scattered Canadian geese into the air thousands of people flinched the booms as the sky above them filled with smoke Brigadier General Michael guard shack says he's investigating why the cannon fire was so incredibly painfully loud. And finally from the home office in floor. Data a man and a woman had failed to find the precious metals. They were searching for after a day of trawling the Ottawa river. All they've found were a few pieces of scrap metal and a World War. Two handgrenade often called a pineapple grenade instead of calling police the couple put the scraps and a grenade in the trunk of their car and made a run for the board or meaning the nearest Taco Bell in Ocala. They had apparently also worked up an appetite, and well, you know, priorities. It was at Taco Bell with innocent bystanders present the couple finally called the Ocala police. The cops say the grenade was so badly corroded, it likely wouldn't have detonated, but they took it to a remote place and blew it up. Anyway, just to be on the safe side Ocala police, then he shoot an all clear by tweeting. And I quote Taco Bell has reopened but for Bank. Thanks for listening in from supporting this free news at buzz Burbank dot com, I'll be back next Thursday with another. Other buzz, Burbank, news and comment. The preceding presentation was brought to you by realm network.
"ottawa river" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To bring in other partners to either transfer ownership of the team and also build a building downtown the arena in Ottawa is actually not in Ottawa. It's it's about a half hour southwest of downtown. It's kind of like Glendale for the Arizona coyotes or sunrise, Florida, it's not close really to to anything. And as we've seen with any other city having an arena downtown is really important. They have an area called Lebreton flats, which is which is at ten minute walk from from parliament. And it's right on the Ottawa river. You can look at Quebec across the river. It's it's a great spot the desire from everyone here is to move and build the arena there so that the senators can really keep up and really restart their future. So all of those things in the works, and the the Ottawa Senators are are sort of a they're all sixes and sevens. Is our British brethren would say, yeah, right now, as you mentioned thirty I in the NHL, and that is a good thing grabs fans trying to get that first overall pick as it stands today apps have an eighteen point five percent chance of getting the first overall draft in Vancouver coming up in June. Nice. I definitely like that. When you talk about the cholera, if I asked you to spend your hard earned money laying down bets on who the Avs next hatrick would be how much money would you have to spin before you guess correctly. A Carl Soderberg not I it would be a lot. Not a good gambler to begin with. Neither man put it makes sense for it. I wanna make sense because of sort of his auxiliary game. Right. So Jared vetnar you'll hear him talk about this coming up. He's he loves Caro's soda break. He is Mr. consistent. You never really walk away from a game saying.
"ottawa river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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"ottawa river" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You know the blood flu and you know how that is and then but no real real reaction i got severely bitten one time when i was young all over my back and was i was digging a trench in bedford county pennsylvania for for my uncle that lived there and i got bit all over the back and went and took a shower and the reaction wasn't horrible but i don't know if that was what spurred because we're so many bites this you know this change in my or maybe i just stink worse now i don't know but i don't want track him as much as i did but i you know the bothersome ones are the ones that buzz around your ears and in your eyes and you know that that type of thing when you're out out hunting and one of the first times i sick a deer hunt at dorchester county i'm sitting there and i'm thinking yeah miskitos supposed to bother you down here they don't bother me of course i'm going to stand up against the pine tree and starting getting darker and you know towards dusk and you could see him coming out from the from the bark hiding was not a pretty sight being up ten fifteen feet in the air so you watch him coming out and then they swarm you but but you know the they don't bother me that much they bite me but they don't bother me that much i've noticed in my little area in stony beach when i eliminate any standing water and they use the word stagnant i'm not so sure it has to be stagnant standing water and you can actually see them floating yes the larvae anything even like a a jar yup yeah so that's a great preventative measure to eliminate them from the immediate areas anyway good listening to all what's going on down there to be on the water tonight in the chesapeake bay or attached river trying to get my legal size stripe stripe on nineteen inches good for you all right give me a call sometime after this week i think things will settle down a little bit i got another magazine to put out we have another magazine to put out first of august but things will settle down here a little bit for me so who loved to go out and catch some catfish with you you know what i have to get my my cats from the bring bring the cat food upbringing okay dan thanks for the call i appreciate it the first time i saw mosquito larvae was actually in canada we were when i was twelve thirteen years old we would go up to val d'or quebec and go to northern outfitters which is on the ottawa river fresh water we were told you climb this little this little mica shelf and you go up into the top of the woods and you'll see the path to the to the spring and you go and you know you get your containers of water and then you come back down the cliff shelf the went off the ottawa river get back in your boat and take your and we go up there and we dip dip water out with a pan and put it in some i dunno jugs of some kind of can't remember take it back to camp but the mosquitoes were breeding in that spring and you could see the larva in your drinking water yeah very attractive you take it straight them out and then boil it and you were fine so pete good morning how you doing i'm doing great how are you doing day couldn't be better what's up well i caught my first snakehead good congratulations you don't remember from this my first year fishing sixty nine and anyway yeah so i went down on the trans quake at river what i was able to slide under a little bridge because i've got that little ten foot twin trawler electric boat and i go up there i never caught a steak i wonder really catch one size thrown a charter truce charity bait with a little trailer on it was on twelve mono and i was thinking of cash while i'll just shoot for some bigger base out there and all of a sudden hooks out that underserved pool the voter asked magic knight finally get it up to the side of the boat and it's got a mouth it's about six inches wide ally holy smokes sony way tried to net it wouldn't fit in the nets finally got it a net it was.
"ottawa river" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Has become superman can do anything and they somehow believe just like with superman that he is all good that there is nothing wrong with big government so i circle back around to this study that shows the individuals and according to this year long study from a psychologist at the university of michigan michael hall said that people who tended to be more skeptical of climate change tended to also do more to clean up the environment to be responsible stewards of the environment and i hit this hit me so hard because obviously i'm filling in for the herman cain i believe in our constitution i believe in our founding fathers and the principles that made our nation great which were principles rooted in giving the individual the power to do whatever they want not me telling you what to do you choosing what to do i believe in the individual i believe in freedom and i certainly believe in my own personal freedom to be hands off from the government i don't believe in a big leftist european socialist model for our for our country i believe in the capitalist model i believe that we are a republic and that we should get back to what it is to be a republic more states rights less federal all encompassing bureaucracy i believe in the individual and i started looking at my own biography about supporting things like here in georgia the coosa kusa river basin initiative supporting what their mission is to keep the ottawa river and all the tributaries along the coosa river basin clean because it's supplies drinking water supplies are entertainment and places to go out and play i kayaked the ebola river almost every week when the weather is nice starting from late spring through to too late fall until it gets either too cold or too dark to go i'm a member of the great lake altoona cleanup and we support that i take pictures all the time when i'm kayaking showing when people have been abusing the waterways i don't believe in manmade climate change but that doesn't mean i'm not a good steward to our environment and i want to keep this conversation going when we get back keep the number close at hand it's eight seven seven three ten twenty one hundred i'm alan sanders i am filling in for the herman cain and we will be back we'll continue to chat about this phenomenon and how does it work into our upcoming election cycle with donald trump kerman breezy is experience solutions warmth to you every day today more than ever america needs herman cain wsb's jamie dupree in dc.
"ottawa river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Traffic problem we continue to watch a closure on southbound i seventy five at the michigan ohio border it's a deadly crash with a pickup truck and a semi truck causing the closure let's bring in dennis new bacher for the latest drive no farther south on southbound i seventy five this morning until further notice set a stop at summit st louis where he's forced off the freeway onto summit to stern stern's over to sutter road dixie highway telegraph road all possibilities south indoor high oh to rejoin seventy five or four seventy five or you'd over us twentythree may be a good bet the closure is south seventy five between mile marker two which is the summit street exit and alexis road you return to south seventy five from alexis road ottawa river road would be a possibility as an alternative as well you can see these getting busy on our traffic cams on all the area roadways there you try to head south to get around this closure south seventy five at mile marker to another traffic update coming up at six thirty eight investigations are underway after a stray bullet kills a woman inside her home on sunday ww jay's jew jim matthews reports the incident happened along done road in saint clair counties riley township when the seventy three year old woman was hit by a stray bullet the woman's husband says he heard a crack then watched as his wife collapsed to the floor reports say a twenty one year old neighbor was conducting target practice shooting a gun on his property when he missed what he was trying to hit that man is cooperating with authorities and the weapon has been seized there's no word yet on what charges he may face as michigan state police and the saint clair county sheriff's office investigate jim matthews wwe newsradio nine fifty jane news time six thirty.
"ottawa river" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Surely a fine way to draw customers to jeter would be to added gazebo for romantic dining and where did with a hallmark crowd perhaps you could add version of at the movies except exclusively discussing poor mark movies from danny mooring in core d'alene idaho dear dr mr kornheiser ho f i'm pretty sure bowling scores go down by ten points per inch you lose in high yeah on down two inches now gases what's happened to me i have an offer museum walsh in atlanta georgia thankful that the post office lost my daughter's passport us landed us in dc to visit the spanish embassy for student visa and allowed me the opportunity to see the show in person and enjoy breakfast the chatter also really happy to say to my friend and fellow lantin little adam shapiro and beat him to chattering at the risk of losing my men status from adam i have to say he hit adam from john edwards in leming spill in quebec and canada dear dr grandpa singleside doesn't seem to meet with your approval may i suggest the riverview heights retirement residents which my sister abe we manages pam broke on tauro canada as it isn't can i canada highlights the guy who protein tuesday's moose meet thursday and all the pm unless we all know that sound i perfect include saying sorry to everyone you see singing songs in the key air and hawking fight friday and when the time trials they send you out on an ice floe in the ottawa river nothing could be sweeter shall i tell michael yes from blake burger on the connective tissue of the show extends southeast asia and this is too dear mr ochre i wanted to briefly introduce myself am currently a research associate the centre on asia and globalization of the leak quanyou school of public policy in singapore researching asian trade policy regional integration of connectivity and us born in economic policy toward southeast asia addicts have been a war little for ten years i figured i have to introduce myself and mrs blake burger blake heard my name mentioned on a podcast march out of the summer and gave me and my son.
"ottawa river" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340
"It wasn't that beautifully he had those behind him buying the wall and the yep and by the way since pay only oh thank you tone is right of all you send them to us he i i don't know how he picks them sense fish you have this elaborate system where you use you know you make a frame and suspend the fish in the frame and you put it yeah i i don't i don't do that anymore and um because the shippers a couple of different shippers that i use right now um uh ups's met my primary sugar right now because they go pretty much everywhere else that i had a bad experience with ups a back and um i don't box my own fish anymore i take him to a ups store i had them do it because if there is any damage um or anything uh to the fish they're responsible for it um a long story short there is damage to a big muskie that i should to aerial and um ups came in god they wanted to pick up the packaging and examined it and see if it was properly package um and it wasn't they weren't gonna pay the claim so they take the package out they took effect there's a wherever they do the inspections and they lost the whole thing so it took a year plus ole sis the whole thing lost all fish couldn't find it didn't know where or what and this was uh a muskie um muskie guide up on the ottawa river it was a big fish lewis replica but it so i mean you know it was leaker what's with k dick um but anyway they lost the whole thing they lost a whole fish took almost a year before the claim was finally paid you know when he was able to get his money back and such um but you kiss you know unfortunately sometimes has declined um insurance payments because they started with the package was improperly peck so now i just let ups do it and if they mess it up done it's on them it's not on me um but i you know i don't i i see more john with the internet now i'm getting orders from you know throughout the country i.
"ottawa river" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"A lot of people are shocked uh again this came without any warning flooding like this happen back in seventy four seventy five when i was about five six years old and actually the fishing boat that using today the same when my dad bought when we had the flooding biggest about you went out on what's about ten twelve feet it's three seater uh using paddles or to to get around in maneuver and see you out paddling around where in the river we out on the streets is well on the streets on the street the most places there's sandbags on the riverside saw just basically going from house to house i help some kids get from their house to to a going boulevard for their school bus a bunch of people abandon their homes to people wanted to go shopping i i was basically the only fishing on the streets i think there are a couple of bodies of water that are overflowing at this point what's the one closest to you the one i live on is revered prairie which is what they call the back river which connects to lactate them all tang which collects to the ottawa river which i suspect that's where the water came from and they damn there what's happened to the dan i have no idea my neighbor heard on french tv that the dam was near critical and that they were going to open its own and we heard nothing on on english tv i've been watching tv whenever i could my mom's been giving me updates she hasn't heard anything and we're talking to talking to mid afternoon so right now the has the water is it higher than was this morning when you woke up absolutely some of the states have been sandbag does yours yes and they actually put more sandbags literally half an hour ago fit supposedly there's a contingency plan to sandbag where they didn't put enough sandbags and the gentleman from the city said we're going to pump the water out.
"ottawa river" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"I'm a fan with it it send scoop and so that it that we would become an issue for the banca shop they get there were taken with the number they could millions of it i'm with you and i i mentioned that didn't do a friend of mine just the other than said because she's sixty four arriving he said and that and i taught us so my philosophy is been on given the my kids when they're on their forties then given to them on their and their seventies he didn't like but i kind i'm going on on the same page is you hang time i thank you for the call i would definitely explore it make sure you understand that these are plaque debt structures so make sure you do your homework but in general i think you got the straight scoop one that saw right thank you jen and i thank you but he take care that's tom beautiful lake as we go floor florida oregon the news that was driving into the studio this morning and i learned a gm and you may have heard this as well where or again is going away in from cole powered by twenty twenty something twenty thirty twenty thirty by twenty third so they're not going to is cole at all and it's going to be win yeah i think it's a lot of their myself to be honest with you but hey you know what blossom of bacon pull it off there's the when they actually blow in oregon really bad i don't know it does that in the through the value their of the river grocery with ottawa river runs through this movie then i was forced into sitting three with my wife wants of my guy that one you know the signs the patient that knew he had he was one of the words when you so madison county english patient and a river runs through it the sacrifices we have one i'm a fan coming go see godfather one two three four five six seven a rocky one two eight nine ten.