22 Burst results for "Saskatoon"

"saskatoon" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on WEEI

"Sure everyone wants to be hockey terror but there's only one and it's in Detroit Michigan the guy yelling in the back day on his head or whatever what is that thing called the beret ray on his head Boston Bruins currently the number one seed in the late the best team and I know they were but they have to play now for the top four seed the Bruins Miley very good at all unbelievable but all you're doing this format is what Nick was scared of his run into a hot goalie for instance the Canadians number twelve year not a great team not good enough to carry price is the best goalie in the NHL and that that worries me the freshers because if he gets hot in a best of five which is unusual because I have the best of seven who knows what could happen I would assume that this is why the NHL players are calling it's covered up because this isn't real like anybody could be coming off this thing a little bit rusty maybe somebody comes in hot you know I do as a pawn in the back of the living up in Manitoba Saskatoon you don't know what's going to happen at this point but I like the fact that they have an actual plan that they need to figure out and decipher there was a lot of contention like a sort of the twenty four verse twenty two because if they were one with twenty two the Canadians and the Chicago Blackhawks would not of been includes Westfield I call blackrock non trademark that's a that's a movie Black Hawk down it is actually a great the submariner that is nice well just like the black occipital.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Your vehicle thanks national airport one thousand one in a one rocket upwards ones on the west coast you know I mean like we did what we see you know I may like warmth went for fifty nine ninety nine hundred dollars in the year and the year playing year out so we paid up palm start our video tour so I don't know what a Saskatoon whatever you talk about if these all you gotta do is as nice okay for that year and we have a whole that's cool back to the state funded or state health yep you know I was I was on that so I was I was the they were fab on actual blood I was a this airforce one was in New York today right when you did it when you did so you did that record you made it bigger than just new Yorkers to get outside of New York what but there was a time when nobody would we if was once it was considered the only man sneaker nobody was rocking with it he started rocking it ten years later after he did he thought Iraq any thought to bring it back because I remember every time a woman is is that what used to run he is for he brought it back to them for the kids he did anybody back here I think so I don't know right now but why not but they might do what you did say the price we took a whole fifty nine ninety nine.

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Coronavirus: List Of Canceled Or Postponed Hollywood & Media Events

Q

09:07 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus: List Of Canceled Or Postponed Hollywood & Media Events

"For the past few days I've been sort of locked in my house and I'm sure you have to have been locked in your house you've been keeping an eye on what your favorite musicians what your favorite artists are saying about the way they're going to have to cancel their tour is how this is going to change the way they make a living how this could potentially you know ruin them really devastate their lives last week the Juno awards were cancelled as part of the code nineteen outbreak because gatherings of people are risky thing right now tons of major arts events have been postponed or canceled or shut down billion dollar movies Broadway productions concerts ballet summer festivals museums house concerts local festivals art gallery shows our queue this panel is here to talk about the impact the coronavirus his hand on the arts you're gonna hear about the collateral damage from all these cancellations and I what we can do to maybe help are to stay above water sewer Berman writes for the website Pitchfork a harmony is a freelance music critic hi guys how are you okay hello let's start with the junos harmony what was your feeling when you find out that you know it's for cancer so by the time that you know's what canceled we've already started to see a wave of cancellation so it wasn't a surprise at all I think it was the right thing to do to be proactive rather than reactive in the situation although it was unfortunate certainly was to what you think I think there is this may be small window of opportunity we thought okay maybe the genus and stay ahead of this because at the time you know south by southwest to cancel but that is a much more of a global gathering you know we have people coming from all over the world to that festival and you know even when Pearl Jam cancel their tour that was done with the recognition that a lot of their fans flying in from all over the place to see their shows so there is that maybe that something that because the buyers hadn't hit central Canada yes and because the jurors is much more you know confined to the Canadian music industry that maybe you know the show could go on but you know once the cases started popping up in Canada they really had no choice and also even if you know they could somehow one hundred percent guarantee a safe space there I don't know if any of us were really in the mood to celebrate yes we can you know I think back to the Grammys which happen on the day that Kobe Bryant died and the weird Paul in the room that you know cast I can't imagine would have been like to like celebrates in this environment yeah I know I I was there I was in Saskatoon we flew in I'm I'm Wednesday night preparing to do the show Thursday night and we were of course you know kind of bombs that it was it was like sort of intellectually bomb to that it was canceled right you know I would've been nice to do show but immediately everyone understood right no part of anybody there that was like all this is that this is annoying and it's been really amazing to see kind of the how artists are at the same time upset but they also kind of get it right right it's about taking care of each other at this point so I think everybody can relate to that point but I think about musicians who are preparing for the summer festival season it's a great opportunity not just to get make a lot of new fans but also to make pretty considerable chunk of your income harmony do you think this could spell the end of summer festival season so I think it's still slightly too early to tell there are festivals like south by southwest of Coachella that have been canceled or postponed but those were taking place earlier in the season and so it made sense to cancel them I think everyone is in a bit of a wait and see pattern right now they're still festivals coming up like broccoli city festival or a Glastonbury just announced their headliner rolling loud in Miami there's still a chance those could go on but there are so many unknown variables to contend with so we'll just have to wait and see yeah I think the best case scenario is that this next month will be brutal and then hopefully the worst of it will be done and will be come out the other side and get ready for summer even even then he's going to want to get together in a large group you know kind of ever again it might it might take a little while before people regain that confidence you're spending you know just two days in my home with my children you know I'm ready to go go to a festival I I missed possible I mentioned that we're gonna be talking to you I mean think of it David Hein the creators of come from away in just a little while about their show that's gone dark Broadway went dark last week the Mirvish you know the big Broadway shows in Toronto have gone dark as well a lot of theatre has been canceled store what what what does that mean for theater more widely I mean on top of just like a hundred million dollars in revenue potentially like going away you know that not that there's never a good time for a global pandemic pandemic but it's a really bad time for theater because that were in the run up season to the Tony awards eligibility there is about six new plays about to debut on Broadway to that we're trying to get into that deadline for Tony awards consideration so that's you know those plans have all been scrapped and who knows what it spells for the Tony awards this year perhaps the biggest and death now to the end to the live concert industry S. surrounding covered nineteen is when live nation one of the largest concert promoters in the entire world and also they were suspending all tour is in North America harmony what's at stake here so they canceled are halted all of their domestic and international tourists and that represents countless venues artists people who are on the production for those shows who are not making money right now because they're not working I'm although it's important to note that live nation did mention that there's no layoffs planned at the moment and that they can whether other financial hit that they'll be taking so I'm hoping that this temporary measure is a temporary setback for people but like Stewart said we can get back to work a sooner rather than later how many is a great point there I mean we've been talking so much about the impact and artists themselves but you know tore promoters folks work on cruise lighting folks M. S. sound folks yeah this is an industry that's full of thousands of workers and you know they're dependent on the show going on and with no show they have no job and you know all these people are contract workers and freelancers so you know it's not like they have a salary that they can lean on in these times if you just tuning in out here with a harmony and Stuart Berman here as our queue this music panel talking about the devastating impact of the work of cover nineteen on the arts sector especially in music given everything we've been talking about here is a lot of conversations around toward insurance and I've had a lot of people text me and say you know are these positions covered are they going to be fine can you little bit do you explain what tore insurances harmony yes so typically there's two kinds of insurance behind the torso there's one for the promoter and one that covers the artist they don't cover pandemics typically however they were written in a way where an artist might be covered if they contracted a covert nineteen or if the venue was forced to close because the government told them to however a lot of insurance policies starting in January started to write in clauses that specifically exclude covert nineteen related losses so well hold on yes on the whole a lot of promoters and artists are on the hook for the losses well you know insurance is a gamble like that's all it is at the end of the year betting on an outcome happening or not happening and with cove in nineteen there's no gamble like if everything gets shut down so insurance companies aren't going to just offer that up freely so this is this is that the Arab artists would normally have insurance in case of cancellations this might not happen now because part of ours yeah I mean if they get in a car on the way the show would have to cancel you know that would be covered under typical policy but you know when there is a global pandemic that is shutting down everything I know there's no wiggle room there Laura Laura Jane grace is the singer and guitarist from the band against me she said the following on Twitter all the bands canceling shows because a corona virus are doing so because their insurance companies updated their policies to not cover cancellations due to the virus I know because ours did the same I know I mean it's sad but insurance companies aren't really in the business of paying out that many insurance claims especially because there would be a wave of cancellations all related to the same thing all coming in at the same time so unfortunately they are trying to re write the rules at the last minute to avoid having to pay those claims out yeah then we dive go fund me campaign St but like what's what's going to happen all these musicians with this with the minutes we're gonna talk it'll cost about that in a second but with the with this loss of revenue I mean it's it's crippling it's it's devastating to so many people you know because you know when you're on tour you're not just you know you're not making money like it's not a salary you're you're basically paying yourself day by day so the money you make on Tuesday night those towards your survival on Wednesday so for instance a young guy whose the recording alias of Ben cook who plays an aft up you know he's on tour in the states he was doing some small shows on his own and then he was going to join up with the band white reaper for a bigger tour and not been cancelled their tour so he was stranded in Texas because he was relying on that white reaper tour to take him all the way home right so you have to set up a go fund me which fortunately was successful but but but if you're a musician also and you're about to go into a lot of those costs are already page Mary had buses rented you may already have hotels done you might already have theaters but you might have accrued both these people have to get paid out I mean it almost doing a tour might be the worst situation you could be in right now yeah no I mean this is this is their salary this is where your income for the year you know and they're planning the these things out months in advance and I think okay my summers taken care of because I'm gonna be touring Europe in may or in April and so now that is gone and you know and they probably you know taken leave from their day job and you know can go back to that and so all these arrangements have been made that are now thrown you know up in the air and either yeah everyone

Listener Questions: Marketing That's Working Today

Startups For the Rest of Us

10:12 min | 6 months ago

Listener Questions: Marketing That's Working Today

"Dive in to listener. Questions Ruben. Thanks so much for coming back on the show man. Thanks for the invite. Yeah it's GonNa be fun. I think you have some good insight on a lot of these questions today. Our first question is from will and it's actually a question that I don't think you and I have a lot of insight into so I've called in a remote correspondent to help us out with that. The question is are there any good places that you know of to pick up more stuff on affiliate marketing? One thing that came out of this past year is that I can write a lot faster and more effectively than I thought. I'm not convinced that writing code is even my strong suit even though lots of people tell me as I'd like to explore options in this area a bit more but I'd like to borrow your behest filter for a minute trouble with people. Teaching affiliate marketing is that they're also affiliate marketers and a signal to noise ratio is brutal thanks. Well that's been my experiences. Well I ruin before we recorded. You mentioned that you haven't been in the affiliate marketing area for a while. You'd never like that comment that most of the people selling courses our affiliate marketers as well. So it's really hard to know what's legit exactly you're dead on will and so what I did is I tapped a friend and mentor. Microsoft Speaker Taylor Hendrickson who does exist in that space a lot of the stuff and affiliate space. And let's throw that over to Taylor. Hey thanks for the question will give him my name's Taylor and I've been doing affiliate marketing in one form or another since before the panda update in Google which view non nerds out there almost ten years. Now you're completely right that most people out there who are quote teaching affiliate marketing actually aren't good at themselves or just regurgitating the same information. They senior of posted a billions of times. That doesn't actually help anything or anybody. So for that reason. I actually really don't have any good courses or resources to point to affiliate marketing. Who aren't just hawking the same stuff everybody else's but one of us did provide a little bit more perspective or way of thinking about affiliate marketing. I think will help guide you in the right direction and looking for the main core of affiliate marketing the same main core is normal business. You get into it solving the defined set of problems for defined audience. So when you look at WHO's doing that well filial marketing look at places like wire cutter. All they're doing is recommending the best version of whatever. The problem people were coming to the website for in exchange for the commission. They know that the only reason they have an audience were bought for untold. Millions OF DOLLARS BY THE NEW YORK. Times is because they provide amazing value to the people coming. They're looking for solutions to their specific problems. So I'd recommend the same thing for anybody looking to get into marketing. How can you provide value to very specific audience with very specific problems by recommending things that you would actually recommend to a friend or a loved one not just as a highest philly commission or just random things? You're trying to make a quick buck. People see through that really quick and if anybody is promising those one click riches or anything. That seems a little bit too good to be true or actually doesn't stand the test of this last another years completely run the other direction because they are probably a charlatan. So I know this doesn't quite answer the question you were asking but hopefully give some perspective as to how to think about this industry better now back to you rob. Thank you so much Taylor. Being are onsite correspondent for the affiliate marketing question. Our next question is a voicemail around new modes and methods of marketing. Hey Rob wave to Mike. Muslims donal longtime listener You both kept me going through tough times so really appreciate that. I'm a recent return to my home country of Ireland but a tech networks and security for a long time Bacchus I built my first self-funded. Saas up twenty eighteen. It did live technical screening of engineering skills and engineering skills but to get traction for a ton of reasons. somewhat intentionally did things backwards like built at first as I was new Tyrrell's and web APPs so I was learning as I went a failed at marketing failed to get paying customers Alba. I did demo for some large and small works on experimented with a whole host of cold and warm methods to get leads so after nearly given up I ended up pivoting PUN SIFT DOT com a few months ago to Saskatoon back in the deception text base. So it now automatically. Honey Tokens Your deploy branches effectively. It's kind of like a breach detection. Up for Saas and infrastructure. Codes did enables attacker detection in Minnesota the months but there's some customer education required for both security teams or engineering teams. And I'm trying to figure out positioning and pricing but my traffic is currently almost nonexistent so as I restart marketing efforts. I'm struck by the recent five. I'm hearing on the podcast and elsewhere that an email list an existing audience doesn't really cut it for Saas any longer so apart from one to one hundred. Combat Customer by customer are there any other new or nontraditional avenues? I should or could be exploring for marketing. Rather than content marketing. Seo PPC and giving talks doing. Podcasts ARE GONNA conferences any help or guidance. Much appreciated love what. You're both doing thank you so thanks so much for the question. I think I want to chime in real quick before I throw it over to you. I've heard a couple people quote back to me. That like on the podcast. I've said that having an existing audience doesn't help and I really want to clarify that. Because if you have an existing audience that is BTC. I'm sorry is a beat. A be focused audience and they could potentially be customer of yourself. I think there's huge value in that. Especially if you have ten thousand or thirty thousand on an email list when I talk about this audience thing not being the end all be all of SAS is that I've seen the kind of beat AC- marketers have a large audience of kind of WanNa preneurs or folks who were looking for that that opportunity to make a million to make money online crowd and then they try to launch US asset for them and they realized that none of them want to pay and the truth is through the roof. And there's a bunch of mess with it and and that is really hard. It's a lot harder than selling info products. That's more of what I'm saying. You are trying to say like if you have info product audience and you're making hundreds of thousands a year and you think that you can switch to SAS and make hundreds of thousands of year. I've never seen anyone do that. Well right so do you. Does that make sense? And do you agree or disagree with that? Yeah I completely agree that sort of the Internet marketing space where basically most. It's usually INFO`products where happens lot selling in that way Selling to people who are trying to buy Education courses and other products is different than selling a sas so yet. I've never seen it. I've known several people have tried to do it. That had big audiences that were successful with info products. Really usually struggle when it comes to selling this just because it's different. Yeah I agree. I think the one example that I can think of that worked with Klay Collins with Lepage's but it was man. It was all annual plans. It was pretty high pressure sales. If you went to their webinars it was really marketed. In a very specific way and frankly they struggle with that longer term they got big quickly but then that had its own drag on the business there couple there couple that have done it the It's not everyone but most people are not going to be able to do it. I'm the other one that I can think of is click funnels. What's his name Brunson something Russell Brunson. Yes so to donate question. What do you think about? And he mentioned a bunch of stuff Hussein content marketing. Seo Pay per click. One on one. I think he was meaning cold emails. Speaking at conferences. Going on podcast right and in my like all that stuff still works right right right it does. Some of it is harder than it used to be like paid. Ads are generally more expensive across the board content marketing back in the day. You do a volley Volume thing just published two three four five posts a week and the more republished more Traffic you got so in some ways it used to be easier but things have changed in its I'm not sure that I'd say that it's a lot harder. It's a little bit harder but it's it's also different so it's about like just getting educated on what's working nowadays I think it's part of it but I think one of the things that you mentioned was that he was trying to figure out positioning pricing. And things like that and I don't know about you but when I hear something like that I'd be kind of hesitant to start looking at channels. That are that are a lot of people aren't using there aren't proven because in my mind I would need to figure out that I can sell this product who the customer is had as a customer by that. This is going to work. That is fun that I have a funnel that kind of works before I kinda start exploring other channels and channels that that are little unusual or something like that right. Where do you think about that? Yeah I think you're right. It sounds like he's in customer Developmental Mostel. Maybe his product is is to the point. People can use it but if you don't positioning pricing down than yeah I wouldn't. I would really wouldn't start marketing yet. I would be doing a lot of sales. Yes so a lot of people equate the two is the but the different like I see. Sales is really a one on one. Act even if you draw in all the leads through marketing techniques than the sales becomes conversations. And that's where yeah in his case I'd be looking to have a lot of conversations and try to pick out their language to to figure out positioning you learn so much from those conversations that later help you do marketing In a better way otherwise. You're just sort of guessing you know. I'm I don't know this category. So maybe if this category has a lot of competitors and they're doing really well and it's pretty established the you know that this type of product works. That's a I think that's a different situation where you can have more A little bit more confidence but it still pays to sort of do that upfront work. I think

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The Hidden Travel Gems of Toronto

Travel with Rick Steves

06:42 min | 9 months ago

The Hidden Travel Gems of Toronto

"Calling in from Toronto. Sandra thanks for your call from Ontario. Yes Hi how are you. I'm doing great. Thanks for calling great. It's fun to do. I was just in your beautiful city a little while ago. I give it away and it was wonderful. I have your book and I knew you were in town that day but I couldn't make it. I'm so sad I must this so it's nice to have you calling in. And what do you want us to know about beautiful Toronto trying to the the big city. So there's lots of doing a big city but it's the lesser known things that I think people might WanNa know about such as for places to stay stay. You know you can get the large hotels and it's going to be very expensive because Toronto's very expensive city but there is a great place called the Rex Hotel which I think people it's affordable. It's simple but the great thing about it is. It has a jazz bar at the bottom of the hotel Jasbir anybody would be comfortable dropping in there then Oh anyone can go to the to see the giants but if you WANNA centrally located place. That's probably affordable and a fun a place to stay. Well what's so good about being centrally located something that's more it's better known but you can take a small walk around the corner and you'll be up through Chinatown and from there. You can go due to the art gallery of Ontario which is a really world. Class Art Gallery has during exhibits and lots of Canadian art. If somebody from the United States wants to go up there and just feel like they're connecting with quote the locals. What do you do to connect with friends and people? Well Toronto's really great for being multicultural though there's lots of great places to eat. You could go along with that hotels located it's Queen Street. You can look up some of the women streets and you'll find restaurants Dr Cafes and bars and you will find a lot of the locals in those places and what else is something that you'd want to have on your eating list when you come to Ontario to be sure you in the local cuisine I think most people might snow. The Canadian foods like Putin or anything that has maple syrup flavored but We have so many people from different parts of the world that you can try food from all over and it can actually be a nice blend of two cultures too. So you'll see like you know maybe something. That's Middle East but mixed with Canadian because if you want cosmopolitan you probably don't go to Saskatoon. Well we advise people all over the country but Toronto I think is a place where people from all over come when you come here you will see people from all over. That's it's amazing. All Right Sandra thanks for your call and from the same city we have Adrian colleague from Toronto Ontario Adrian. Thanks for your call. How are you? I'm good how are you doing. Great thank you. Were you listening. When Sandra was talking it was great to hear someone else from Toronto? So she talked about it The the wreck so tell and wondering around staying right downtown. What is your TIPS FOR ENJOYING TORONTO. Well my favorite thing to do in the city would probably be going to the Evergreen brickworks so it was an old wreck factory. It was kind of deserted for a while but they really read done it recently. So there is Farmers markets there. There's art galleries. There's restaurants and there's really amazing trail which I love to do on the weekend. I have a hard time envisioning this. It's an old brick factory and now it's still not tails and art exhibits it's Kind of in a bit remote from downtown. Maybe like a ten minute drive but definitely doable is kind of a derelict. Old factory that all sorts of creative people moved into absolutely. That's exactly what it's like. I love that stuff so you would go there and it's like a park and it's UC. You see crafts. I would imagine. There's a like a weekend farmer's market or something. Yeah Yeah there is. There's a bunch of trails while there's even ones where you can go up kind. It's like the top of the cliff and you have really great. Use All of downtown Toronto based for kids to stack bricks. No I don't know about that Do you have a lot of activities. The family as well. It's a really big God. I mean there must be some family activities. What would you do with kids? Yeah I know they have some community gardens and things like that that was really great place to spend some time. Okay okay so the Evergreen brickworks that's sort of a surprising angle of Toronto. It seems like yeah. Yeah it's pretty different from any other spot in the city and then if you were going take me out to dinner. I guess we wouldn't necessarily go to Canadian food. I mean wouldn't have Pancake Syrup Building on what would we do. Well so multi cultural. It's hard to pick one place. I think one place that I just went actually last weekend. I'm pretty popular. It's called by reveal It's Spanish toughest food and and it's so busy it's such a hot spot for Torontonians that you can't even get a seat. You're honestly just standing in the bar. kind of maybe like you would do in Spain And the food is just amazing thing and is there one area after dinner that you would just want to walk around which you just see all sorts of exit and liveliness both on the streets in in the bars. Yeah I'd say Kensington. Market market is probably the best place to to walk around and spend some time is just such a hub for all these different cultures that you can just go. You know. There's a restaurant from an Asian restaurants and then you go somewhere else and there's Mexican food so it's just such a mix of culture there and it's really creative space as well so it seems like Toronto is the dominant city and candidate in so many any ways but if you were going to go somewhere outside of trump I think is really happening and exciting. What's most impressive? These days. What was actually lived in Halifax thanks for six years? That's on the east coast of Canada. I'm it's really charming city Lots of good seafood and it was on ocean. It's really beautiful so I definitely commend that but a two and a half hour flight from Toronto and I've always wanted to ask a Canadian. This but why would anybody live in Edmonton what I've never been to Edmonton and I don't really have a desire to go. So it's like you know take. Minneapolis is cold in the winter. And that's like the tropics compared to Edmonton then. Yeah I I don't know people you know. Want Nice people. They're my grandparents homesteaded. There hundred years ago. Cool but I just WANNA know of all places why would you put your tent stakes down in Edmonton. I'm not sure I've heard there's a really big mall. I've heard that's a small well. There's a big. There's a big mall in in Minneapolis. Also so that's maybe what you wouldn't it's just godforsaken outside critic huge mall all right well. TORONTO JOE is the Canadian. Great City. Your Okay Adrian. Thanks for your call. All right.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on Ideas

"That was kenya to lagged the fourth of the twenty eighteen c._v._c. massey lectures all our relations finding the path forward there was a question and answer session after each lecture and we have time for an excerpt from that session in saskatoon so i was probably it was thinking even before you started heard it all all ask what can we do. What is the call to action but instead. It's that person you quoted who said why. Don't we care so have you. Do you have an answer for that. Why why don't canadians care. Why do you have to keep repeating. This got lots of answers to that one and i'm going to borrow again from cindy blackstock cindy blackstock. She told me once you know. Canadians have a history of looking away. They've been taught to look away and that is so true. I mean when you think about the indian residential school system. How many people they.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"What accent do you guys think. We should use to read this bootcamp letter because it's phenomenal. It is a great. I i was thinking king my initial response but you guys both said you didn't see toy story three. I've seen i've seen toy story three we so we do. We just haven't not yet and i'm not boycotting. I just haven't seen i'm boycotting but i'm gonna i was going to do my best grandpa. Are the purple bear four eight three yeah. I was gonna do that voice now. I'm nervous that i'm gonna fuck it up. You probably will switch over to saskatoon catoon or no how 'bout do winnie the pooh now. Wait suwon do around for a bunch of celebrities. Show up all right here we go. Here's a letters from ed are not from we don't i know who is from but it sent to ed and it comes from nineteen forty one here we go deer.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Saskatchewan Canada Madeo from Italy. Is that really how you're going to go with this Bill? Came here when I was fourteen. Yeah. Got to know they lay of the land here in Canada and ended up in Saskatoon, many many years later here is executive chef. And I told you this before we started the diversity, and the wonderful meets that you have on your plate. I won't speak highly of the mushroom steak. You just got pitched on. I don't have a problem with much. Mushroom steak. You have a tremendous selection of mates kind of walk us through that. All we have a variety of our chicken, lamb and beef being from Italy beef is more of a commodity so beef it's kind of hard in Europe. So we generally like to eat a lot of poultry lot of pork. So I thought I'd bring a taste of the European culture here to Saskatoon Saskatchewan and a lot of pork. And lamb is exactly what you do. I mean, I'm a meat producer. I'm the pork produce, right? Don't produce lamb. I love lamb, I ate the lamb shake, but you have not just a couple of items. You have a tremendous option of those items. I believe Variety's the spice of life. So putting is much flavor within all those dishes gives people choices. All and convention center Saskatoon in restaurants scenario, which means that you get people from every part of the country to come in here and enjoy it. Yeah..

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"saskatoon" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on Ideas

"That's Tanya teluga delivering the fourth of the twenty eighteen CBC Massey. Lectures in Saskatoon. You're listening to ideas in Canada on CBC radio one on Sirius XM across North America. And around the world on CBC dot CA, the big issues that tend to lag is talking about the legacy of cultural disintegration among indigenous peoples despair, and sometimes suicide these are local issues as well as being systemic and global everywhere, we went on the tour tennis spoke with local indigenous people about their personal experience of losing culture. And the possibility for them of finding a path forward in Saskatoon. She spoke with Jack Hicks, a suicide prevention researcher and practitioner at the university of sketch one here's an excerpt from their conversation. Cut down to children one in time to save her and one not in time to save him. And I did a quick assessment on the internet of suicide prevention around the world. And I realized that a lot was known and virtually none of it was being applied in Nunavut. And I ended up leaving the government and just plunging fulltime into suicide prevention, can you give us an idea of the scope of what you were witnessing Wilson's seventies. It's just been quite tragic, especially in the Kettani region. So Baffin island. Everybody has lost somebody or as a friend who's lost a sibling or child can't count the number of people. I know died by suicide, and it's just not normal. So that and seeing a lot of children in need of support that they weren't getting and a government that was too weak and unfocused to take action to address either. This suicide crisis over the child in need crisis. Then I quickly connected. The two and led me to focus on early childhood adversity as a key risk factor. Can you tell us what that is anywhere in the world, regardless of MRI children who grow up suffering multiple what we politely call adverse, childhood experiences are.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Truck collided with a bus carrying a junior hockey league team to a playoff game twenty nine people on board including the driver of the humboldt broncos of scotch juan junior hockey league when the crash occurred friday on highway thirty five insys catch want devastation across the board and the reaction from the league president the mayor of humboldt as well as the president of this team the worst nightmare has happened as a league we will support the humble broncos every way possible the rest of the league is doing whatever we decide that we will decide to do moving forward this tragedy has kept number of people but i think everybody can relate to to this experience throughout canada we see teams going out into the into the canadian winters on buses all the time and you know it's all of a thought in parents and fountains minds about what could happen and and unfortunately has happened the normal it's stretched across our entire globe and we've got we've got a lot of a lot of work ahead of us to console into work together to support each other head coach and captain of the team were among those who were killed this story hit the nhl hard especially those connected to schedule on including toronto maple leafs coach mike babcock prepared to talk to me sort of your emotional but saskatoon it's just on the road my buddies kid played their talk to him he's pharmacist to last night and the calls were coming in and they're talking about all the kids they coached over the years they're playing on that team i can't even imagine being the parent or the wave worth kids at home going through something like this or hurts the hockey world is unbelievable world you can't make up for lage's can't hurt of your chest we pray for those families and think about him and what else you say but horrific refugee accident tough day leak president bill chow said saturday no decision has been made concerning what to do with the remainder of the season like babcock our own barry melrose has ties to the area he's with john buccigross at the frozen four all the moment of silence before certainly is touch hall of the.

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Fire at Trump Tower leaves 1 civilian dead, 6 firefighters with minor injuries

WGIR

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Fire at Trump Tower leaves 1 civilian dead, 6 firefighters with minor injuries

"Trump tower ablaze leading to a fatality i'm kim duffy fox news fire investigators remain on scene at trump tower manhattan where fire left one civilian dead at least four firefighters hurt but the injuries are not lifethreatening we don't know the cause of the fire yet units went up with the secret service afterwards to check the president's residents it had some some smoke reached the rest of the building whether it's in the apartment i don't know new york city fire commissioner daniel niagara the sixty seven year old man who died was said to have lived in that particular fiftieth four parliament that caught fire hockey is a way of life in canada and when tragedy strikes with an sport involving kids it hurts doubly bad authorities say fifteen or now dead and a crash fifteen people involving junior team aboard a bus it slammed into a truck fourteen others on board were heart some of the injuries are deemed to be critical in nature the injured passengers were transported to hospitals in saskatoon where they are now with their families the driver and lone occupant of the tractor trailer unit was not injured in the collision curtis a block with the royal canadian mounted police the team members range in age from sixteen to twenty one police in germany say there are no signs at a man who drove her band into a crowd leaving two dead and twenty yard at any islamist background authorities also say they cannot confirm that the driver who took his own life in the city munster was suffering from prior psychological issue as confirming that a further suspect may have fled from the vehicle they say that they they believe that is the case through witness reports and evidence that they have collected from the scene katharina tozzi with sky news and state lawmakers in kansas approving a new education funding bill overnight the more than five hundred million dollar public school measure was created after the state supreme court ruled that the legislature was not providing enough funding fox news fair and balanced.

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Journalist killed and six others injured in Gaza while covering mass protests

02:15 min | 2 years ago

Journalist killed and six others injured in Gaza while covering mass protests

"I'm michelle martin christian activists gathered in lynchburg virginia to push back against evangelical support for the president plus a palestinian journalist is killed as is really troops respond to protests along the gaza border and comedian tracy morgan celebrates his recovery from a devastating accident with new show the last boji thank god i'm day for spare my life just to come back in touch you guys in a funny way that's all coming up but first this news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst canadian investigators are trying to determine what caused a bus crash in saskatchewan last night the killed at least fifteen people and injured more than a dozen others dan carpenter reports many of the victims were members of junior hockey team the bus was transporting the humboldt broncos hockey team to a game when it was tboned by transport truck on a regional highway about one hundred twenty miles northeast of saskatoon police say there were twenty eight people on the bus including the driver three of the injured are in critical condition in a hospital players in the schedule in junior hockey league range in age from sixteen to twenty one and at this level many would be considered as prospects by teams in the national hockey league hockey is a major sport across the country prime minister justin trudeau scheduling premier scott mo have expressed their condolences for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto hundreds gathered at a funeral today for a palestinian journalist who died after he was wounded by israeli fire yesterday while covering protests along the israel gaza border from gaza city npr's daniel estrin reports several other palestinian journalists were reportedly injured the palestinian journalists syndicate in gaza says six palestinian journalists were injured covering the protests on friday and one journalist was killed at gaza's main hospital to people told me they were taking pictures at the border and wearing vests marked as press when they were shot in the legs the israeli military says it does not target journalists and that it is investigating the palestinians claims more than six months after hurricane maria hit the head of the federal emergency management agency was in puerto rico serving the agency's ongoing response in zeta in florida were reports.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming days all i guess i could say is we should be thankful grateful that even though it's going to be chilly we're not dealing with temperatures like some of our friends further to the north are contending with easter weekend no less waking up easter morning with say minus thirty degrees that's what it felt like easter monday morning at saskatoon they miraculously managed to make it up ten degrees in three hours before temperatures began to fall back before the noon hour now the polar vortex is what they're talking about it's it's not done yet they had like minus twenty degree temperatures this past morning so here looking ahead wednesday through friday that pool of arctic air that normally sets over the north pole we'll push back toward the area and drop daytime highs from say the minus single digits today to the minus double digits on thursday overnight lows are going to be about minus twenty wind chills pushing toward the minus thirty degrees so you know i'm again i'm grateful we're not dealing with that old man winter just not ready.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on AppStories

"Nice if we saw a little bit more effort from these social media platforms to enable inch descriptions sort of lake all texas also another word for just built into the app i wanted to ask you currently i have two home pots at home and the more used them the maura okay connect them to homecare accessories for example or saskatoon siri questions playing music plane podcasts and the more i used his voice i interface the more i keep thinking about the potential for the accessory to community and folks who are kind of liberated by this type of device in that it doesn't require you to touch or to see it's just it's it's primarily driven by voice and so i wanted to ask you sort of what are your feelings about these smart speakers and even necessarily siri but the idea of of a voice i assistant in general personally i used series sometimes i don't always find perfect site air positive light in lake it works with airports often but if you're in annoys environment it's gonna probably miss the details a little bit so i am oftentimes maybe using voiceover little bit with dictation it's it's interesting because we obviously we have the alexa we have the mini it's definitely becoming a the smart assistant speaker market is definitely growing in it's not going away anytime soon i don't it's not really a fad that at least we don't know yet for all we know is gonna die next year but i'd say they're they're here to stay a little bit for now and my only thing with them is you know having some sort of confirmation that like are you doing the right things sometimes i'll tell like voices.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"It was worth it the beads all right mike let's stick with dr mike and let's bring in a question from the great colleen in saskatoon i robin mike this is calling from saskatoon and i have a question for mike i'm wondering if he is an issue with another mike dr mike going full bloom on twitter love you is take my thing that's my thing in january boom you clearly more things like that don't worry oh no wait a minute things like that are you is j p one of your accolades as well mike so here's dr mike took your name then he has been on social media all season long going full bloom this season is that make you upset i mean yeah i guess a all everything i've i've known about myself has been blown up leftist a shell of a man now dr mike has been tweeting all season long i actually thought that dr mike had a good shot to win the reward this week when it came down to the ring toss as simpson what's up in fact emerged from survivor here don't fall asleep with something around eur penis it actually constriction banned it's just like a wedding ring if your wedding rings on your finger you take it off before you go to sleep here there there you go you go back there back there is an expert in the rings i don't know but maybe he was just so condition that when he through the ring rincon he inevitably wanted it to fall off yvonne and some pull it on and then push it back off again he's an expert in getting those rings off not so much in keeping them on because it is a constriction device this week dr mike heads sent me some us messages on twitter what.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

"Uh tomorrow i believe headlining the whole thing is hell star um we also have uh violent betis blanked moral um we bangkal upside downtown grisly block and there's a dj and i am of course brought his name okay forget leaf so that is out the matriarch nightclub buren saskatoon formerly i think the saskatoon events center so make sure you guys get out and i'm sure there's there's still some tickets available or is that how that sold out already i think there are still some avail from it will be a little from the various sponsors i'm also from met each the van members from the yard local sat in them aren't perfect so get those tickets if you know somebody in the banner your fan of the ban go to the website get a hold of them get a ticket for tomorrow wanted you guys introduced the band let me know who's all in there who were talking to what do you play in the band and all that fun stuff hi i'm jess i'm the singer of juliet ruin and then decide me i have of less qatar a joseph a play drums cody idly base and can't get sarin screams screams gonna that one in there awesome will glad to have you guys on the show i appreciate it i apologize we had the little scheduling mix up but nice to have you on the show just in time for tomorrow night's event there so you guys just released in album when did that come out and somehow is it recording not albums this is your first down my soon right.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"People react to it if they see it in a gallery setting yes so on this episode was commissioned by a curator turn to hide four aka gallery in saskatoon i like to think about the delivery methods of the boulder and this boulder in particular and the previous boulders i've chosen are glacial erratics so these are boulders that once a long time ago would have travelled from one point two another i like to think of them in the belly of iglesia but i think it's more like on the back of a glacier so as the glacier retreated melted the boulder would have been deposited in a new place and so now i think about how these boulders are travelling kind of on the back of the internet so encountering them in a gallery space i think there are elements of uh surveillance uh through streaming we see surveillance of nature i like that in a gallery space the boulder is screened lifesize so rather than looking at the boulder on our phone are on our laptop um we have more of a sense of the scale and there's a kind of nice relationship there between in our own the scale of our body in the scale of the stone new things like facebook live there's this emphasis on uh connecting viewers with events in real time and things that happen very quickly so how does the nature of live streaming shift when we're talking about something like watching a bolder when we're talking with his geologic scale as opposed to this kind of.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"So what happens at a watching rocks party well watching rocks iroele the first official iroele watching rocks party a was inspired by experience i had in brand in manitoba with episode to of watching rocks that was filmed there where a community came together around the rock i had i had assistance from people in the community in in locating the rock and then in in accessing the um the needed wi fi and people brought sandwiches and we had one chairs and it was a very kind of organic party that occurred and i really liked that real life experience of sitting around together for no other reason than to spend time with a bolder so i took uh this recent episode i took the opportunity to create a more formal informal formal party and drank cider and uh huddled under a tent in the rain was it fun i think it was really fun i think it's funny and it's fine and and that that is really the first layer to this project is that it is it is silly and it's engaging i think it's engaging through humor um but then upon you know further engagement with a little bit more time i think a viewer hopefully starts to think about what it means to have a bolder being streamed live so it's i find arresting to come across such a static object that we know to be unmoving and unchanging using you know this timescale delivered through the medium of of streaming technology hum you mean this is interesting because as well as being online an at parties it also has a gallery presence there's a projection on display at a gallery in saskatoon as i understand it so how do you think.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I'm astonished actually by the number of people in graphic in the graphic industry people visual people who don't communicate visually at the very best usually what we get as we get pages and pages of text and um illustrations to accompany that which and the illustrations are inboxes with captions anz of their separated from the text at the very worst we get pages and pages of text and and no imagery whatsoever which she just blows my mind when 70s talking about something visual but i i wanted to really integrate the two so that when i'm speaking of something visual i'm not just showing the visual but i'm actually representing the entire peace in that visual sense the best example probably in the book is the peace that was about sign it from my hometown of saskatoon and that was a again it was originally written for speak hub and it was originally written mieno on the web at was necessarily written as writing and then images and when i brought it into the book i wanted it to be so much more than that i wanted the entire reading of the peace to be the experience of seeing all those signs all over saskatoon and so the whole pieces fluorescent orange and yellow and black i mean it's really in your face and then on top of that i changed the writing so instead of writing in an article style i rewrote the entire peace in the language of signs so i actually turned the essay into a series of graphic sign so the whole thing is complete.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of a host of se with jane dan every night at sand when did andrzej it's on at midnight and mornings as we likes at midnight eastern and then a loops all morning all morning law you can watch it and listen to rain at the same time saracho let's hear psalm from the band owes a lot to roll still magazine the sheepdogs famously won a contest to appear on the cover of the magazine remember that lto cool and they went around saskatoon emmett made them you know air stone still have that power alley and i think you're going to give you get a call from a couple of sheepdogs today here they are with i don't know on key the haas mom.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

"And it happens the same as the days of the dead festival around halloween and it's sort of a dress up thing where you dress up in costume any go and listen to meddle so those two things one in saskatoon saskatoon scream fast the other in red bureau burqa so there are your choices get out there and submit to play those festivals her hate i talked about it now i'm going to play it famous underground corrupted on richard's retro great two two the with the.

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"saskatoon" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"saskatoon" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals

"Congratulate one bad son from saskatoon on their recent single a raging bull which is plain here on bureaucracy and we're going to hear shortly but first or remind you i'm in the chat room if you've got something you want to hear drop on in a pure rock radio dot net slash chat and i will talk with you i will pick a tune help help you pick a tune whatever if you've got so you want to hear all help you get it on the air because i hope for all right let's get a gone here's one godson great pure rock radio two ooh.

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