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"scotia" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:31 min | Last week

"scotia" Discussed on The Current

"Nova, Scotia Justice Minister was asked yesterday. Who exactly had asked for a review? He responded no one so again. Why have you ignored all the families? Well I mean as I said Minister Blair. Minister Fury has been working with the families to find out what it is that they wanted. Business for sure I believe has met with all of the family member. Members directly to find out what the there remain concerns were and how the best address them and this is. This is a way that the minute that. That Minister Blair administer. Fury found where it's going to give the families what they want, so we're they hearing something different in in private than than public because there was a march that would that would be a question for Mr Blair, Minister Fury Okay. We all I will say is that you know the family want answers. Nova Scotia's one answers cadence. Want answers we want. Want answers. We want this to be something that you know is able to give us a way to move forward and to make sure that we're able to address it to the number of concerns that people have and to do this where you know, a review is one of the one of the ways that we can do it and we feel that it's the the. The way that timely. It's going to be less traumatizing for people. It's going to get an opportunity to address a number of the concerns I. Mean I heard the The the woman speaking before me about the women's the gender based violence component I'm extremely I was very concerned about that respect. Myself seeing that Leeann fitches. Part of this panel has his. has made me. A little bit and feel better about it because she is a person who developed national framework on international I in an intimate partner violence, and I think that these are you know three very credible panelists who are going to have a lot of of ability to dig into the issues that are extremely important here. Are you, not hearing the other side at all I. Mean I'm I'm hearing what you are saying is that people want answers but I. You know what I'm trying to get it is. It's the way that people want answers and that doesn't. I mean you are a minister? You are based in Nova. Scotia you're an MP? Nova Scotia did you not. You have a seat at the cabinet table. Did you not take any of these concerns from the people of Nova Scotia to Minister Blair on to Minister Fury when when you're talking about how best.

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All By Myself

Your Brain on Facts

05:55 min | 2 months ago

All By Myself

"But even if we're not sheltering with family or roommates, we have technology connecting asked. But sometimes you just WanNa go where nobody knows your name because there's nobody there. We're talking today about hermits from the Greek Aramis Manning wilderness or an isolated place. There are all sorts of reasons why a person might up and leave their community behind to live a simple solitary life. Some people begin their life of solitude when they go into hiding and simply never come back out. Such as with Canadian Willard, McDonald, who jumped from a troop train in Nova Scotia after being drafted into World War Two. Two other men jumped with him, but they were later caught. When you get, Shanghai like that, you get armed, so McDonald had three Oh three rifle on him, which definitely came in handy in his new home, MacDonald built a one room shack near Gully Lake in the wilds of Nova Scotia and lived in it for the next sixty years. At first he had to rely on hunting and fishing to survive, but residents of nearby town soon discovered him and began to help him get food and supplies. Later in life, the same friends help McDonald become the first Canadian to receive his pension without having to sign for it. Living alone cave seems especially practical when your life has hit rock bottom. Take, Valeria, rickety an Italian apprentice Stonemason, who moved to Austria in one, thousand, nine, fourteen at age, sixteen to escape the war that was about to kick off. He lived with an ex Pat Italian family for awhile and worked as a miner until the fateful day. He lost all of his money in a brothel. He didn't spend it. He didn't get rolled. He just literally lost it.

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Holding it Together When Things Fall Apart | Pema Chodron

10% Happier with Dan Harris

08:22 min | 2 months ago

Holding it Together When Things Fall Apart | Pema Chodron

"Our guest this week has seemingly been trying to prepare us for this pandemic for years through a series of very popular books with titles such as when things fall apart welcoming the unwelcome and the wisdom of no escape. But as you're about to hear Pem Trojan is anything but gloom even though the title sound a little gloomy like all the great meditation teachers. I've had the good fortune to encounter. She has a real lightness in a sense of humor about her. As you will hear that said notwithstanding her chipper demeanor she has worked really hard to point out to her readers and her many students that ground listeners and uncertainty are fundamental facts of life which are as we all know becoming increasingly salient in our current crisis. Pamacho her name as I said she was born deirdre Bloomfield in Connecticut. She lived a rather conventional life going to UC Berkeley becoming a schoolteacher. Having a pair of kids but after a rough divorce she found herself adrift. And during that time she discovered Tibetan Buddhism and ultimately shaved her head and became a nun. She's now in her mid eighties. She lives in rural Nova Scotia. Where she's the director of Gamco Abby and we connected with her via old school landline. So you'll hear that. In the audio we talked to her about a bunch of things including how to actually as she recommends and one of the aforementioned book titles how to actually welcome the unwelcome. We also discussed how to befriend your demons how to sympathize without being stupid how to lighten up in the face of fear and how to embrace chaos as and this is a quote here extremely good news so here we go hello This is Dan Harris Cohen. Hello this is Hammer Children. Nice to connected. You Nice to talk to you again. Are you in New York? I am in New York right in the heart. Oh Yeah Wow. That's a hard place to be right now. That is a statement of fact. It is a hard place to no question. How how are you? Situate US. Where where are you exactly? And and how are you? I'm I'm good. I'm very well as a healthy and good. I'm in Nova Scotia and Ahmed COMPO ABBEY. Which is very remote in a kind of a very natural setting on the ocean. Far North in Nova Scotia Cape Breton Island. And we've had to close to anyone coming in but the community if like we're as they say sheltering in place where all sheltering in place together and just doing what we were doing before you know so. But we're very aware of course heightened awareness of what's happening With virus and the amount of suffering and death so that's very strong but in terms of being healthy we are and in terms of you know being able to our life is not claustrophobic. I guess you could say that. So we feel fortunate that way. I'm glad to hear that you're relatively unaffected but I I also hear that you're saying that you can't help but be aware of the global situation. Oh yeah yeah very much so very much so I was. I was looking at some of your book. Titles just read them back to you but when things well welcome welcoming the unwelcome comfortable with certainty the wisdom of no escape. I was thinking. It's like you've been trying to prepare us for this for decades. That's true I it's true actually I Win My primary teacher Jokin trump. Oh I live. He taught a lot about difficult times. We'll be coming and you should be preparing yourself to be strong and resilient and compassionate so that when things are difficult. It's like rather than catch the flu. You'll be there to help people you know. So that made a big impression on me to train working with difficulty when it wasn't so intense you know and everybody had plenty of difficulty to work with but I was always thinking of of things getting worse. Globally yes so the book titles somewhat reflect that and encouragement to work work with your heart and mind so that you could be Sort of steady and Able to be of benefit in these times I suspect people listening to this earth thinking to themselves in all caps. How how do I welcome the unwelcome on? How do I come comfortable with uncertainty? How do you to your teacher? Has a quote. Chaos should be regarded as extremely good news. How do I do all that? Sounds great but what I do I do that. Yeah well I. It's like well now. I make a pitch for the books which filled with instruction you know so. The basic thing is to have a meditation practice in which you become increasingly self aware. You're able to self reflect and you're conscious of your own habitual patterns and your own tendencies toward fear or aggression or whatever it might be you know self aggression aggression towards others and then the teachings are about when you can acknowledge. What's happening with you? Then the teachings are don't make yourself bag you know. Don't turn this into some kind of enemy but cultivate a kind attitude towards your own virtual patterns and don't act them out but don't repress them but be there get to know their energy very well with Kind open heart and mind so even that sounds might sound good but then the question is well. How do you do that but you do it? By starting to meditate people have many different styles of meditation. But most Buddhist Meditation has a lot of similarity to it and it's all about a open acceptance of whatever arises without getting caught in good and bad thinking. So that's where you start you start with acknowledging what's happening with you and then the expression is always something like making friends with that or being friendly towards that or you know welcoming that. I try not to use language. That's too corny but nevertheless I I use it quite a bit of it in any case like embrace and some things like that so that's the basis and from that you begin to get in touch as time goes on. You begin to have confidence. Really that fundamentally you are good person and you have habitual patterns to work on. But you have the strength in you to do that. And then an takes a lot of patients and sense of humor. But you work with yourself that way and That doesn't maybe sound so in a linear way how that adds up to being able to be comfortable with uncertainty. But in fact that's where it leads you because you get comfortable with the unpleasantness or the fear producing quality of seeing yourself so clearly you know but then the idea is to make friends with that so then the other thing that always taught is that to the degree that you can be friendly to yourself you will be friendly towards others to the degree that you can make friends with yourself unconditionally. You'll be able to have an unconditional regard and openness to other people.

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Does closing schools protect kids, and us, from coronavirus?

Coronacast

08:28 min | 3 months ago

Does closing schools protect kids, and us, from coronavirus?

"Federal government's pretty obsessed with schools. Victoria's taking a hardline. Wanted to get the Infection time to even lower levels because there still is virus circulating in Victoria and New South Wales. Probably less so in some of the other states can probably make more of the political fight than there is. But I think it's worth stating a couple of things about schools here. The Commonwealth is making a lot of the evidence that children don't spread this to the same extent as older people and therefore the we spoke about this last week with the New South Wales Schools Study of eighteen people nine students and teachers who were infected elsewhere and did the spread it in the classroom and yes the war spread however and therefore they say Scotia Auburn and some people say they should never have shots because the spread is so low. Well there is spread. It is low but it's not insignificant. Maybe two to four percent of deaths and other studies maybe ten percent of the spread. Some people say it's less than that but there are two other reasons and very important reasons. Why schools had to be shot early in this pandemic. It's very hard to go to. Extreme social distancing such as we've had which have really turned around this pandemic without schools being shot and that's not about spread is just that when schools are shots. Parents have to stay at home. Says very hard to stay at home when your kids are school. And so it's a very important part of the process and it maybe wasn't as transparent. Maybe that wasn't in the minds of people who actually shut schools. But it's a really important part of the strategy very hard to go to any degree of lockdown without schools being shot irrespective of whether or not their source of infection and the third reason that you shut schools is for consistency of messaging communication and consistency of communication is essential in pandemic and people. Just get confused. Why can my kids go to school and shoot if you know that it can spread? Okay maybe not as much as another age-groups. Why can kids not have any social distancing at all in classrooms when I've been told I can't go for picnic and I can't go mixing with people when that message got out before we had lifting of the lockdown people get confused and cynical about the whole lockdown social distancing process? And Those. Are the three reasons why you shut down schools? And you do it early so that you you go hard area to help control the pandemic equally on the other side. Which is where we're where we're at now. You actually do have to lift the restrictions on schools fairly early if you want the economy to get back going going again because it's hard for parents to get back to work if their kids are still at school so the very reasons that you shut schools also reasons why you open them up but you can only open them up when you're really confident that we've got the testing regime in place where the communities committed to. If they've got a coffin call they're going to turn up for testing and if you have to be isolated you will. We have to be quarantined. As a contact you will be unless we as individuals are all willing to do that for the community. It isn't GonNa work back where we started. It feels like we're inching towards that. Now we are and it's great news and we just need to monitor to one thing. Time Monitor. Small things at a time monitor. See where we're going. Make sure there's no outbreaks make sure we can control the outbreaks. And then keep moving forward and I think very quickly. We'll forget how tough this has been because we open. I think much sooner than we think. But we've got to be really patient for the next two weeks because the next two weeks really will see the infection rate. Go Down I think. Just don't forget how quickly this evolved. It's quick at the beginning of this pandemic and slow to resolve at the other end paying the price at this end of the pandemic for perhaps being a little bit late at the beginning. But we've done incredibly well is just a bit slower. We've just got to be patient for the next couple of weeks. Do things slowly. Don't go nuts and then things can be much more under control. Let's talk a couple of questions from the audience. We Betsy asking about Vitamin Day doesn't protect you from private infection or does it reduce the severity of the infection. Nobody knows the answer to this. It's all a bit. Theoretical one of the theories behind some viruses being commoner in winter. Is that our vitamin lead? D LEVELS DROP. I mean become more susceptible to infection and there is some evidence that your immune system doesn't work as well when you're vitamin D deficient. That is very different. Thing from saying does taking vitamin D potato against covered nineteen. It is almost certainly won't protect. You could maybe reducing. The severity of the infection is hard to know here. Vitamin D goes through. Waxes and wanes is a popular vitamin with a lot of evidence of great benefits a few years ago then the better of the studies. Where as time moved on didn't show much affect on bonds didn't show much affect heart disease and cancer which are the ones shown so I think the benefits of Vitamin D are less than people. Think it's a very important vitamin very important for health but with taking a lot of it makes a big difference. I don't know and in a country like a stranger. There are groups who are vitamin D deficient elderly people who don't get out much in the sun people with dark skin particularly from east. Africa who cover themselves up a lot in Melbourne is? There's been a lot of vitamin D deficiency children with problems when they're born into those communities because the these women are used to the courtyards where they cannot cover their skin quite as much but essentially. We don't have too bad a problem with Vitamin D. Having said that there's no harm and taking vitamin D if You want to and if it if it protects you that's fine just don't take a huge amount of eight taking it as a supplement or just getting enough sunlight. Fifteen minutes of sun on the upper part of your body near midday was it gets into winter. That's all you need if you want to take a supplement then you can. You can take one of the standard supplements at a standard. Does we've got another person asking about low blood oxygen and in the states. There's been anecdotes of people coming in To Emergency Department and they're actually quite got quite low blood oxygen levels and they seem fine. Can we test corona virus by testing the amount of oxygen in the blood? No but if you come in otherwise well with a low blood oxygen level of not very sick and your blood oxygen levels disproportionately low. It's a very strong sign that you've got covered nineteen and you do need to be tested. But it's not one for one you can't guarantee just because you go to low oxygen you've got virus you still need to test for the actual virus. So let's talk about a bit of Research Norman. What's what's coming out about recovered patients who are still getting positive test results. There's been a report from career. I haven't seen the paper on this yet but the news about reinfection came out of South Korea where people were saying. Well had gone negative van. They went positive. Where the REINFECTED COROLLA CAST? We got a lot of questions about this and the answer I gave at the time was well. Suspects have had the virus in them. It's waxed and waned the test. Isn't that that that accurate and come back positive. When the virus hasn't disappeared the reason according to this recession. I- stresses yet to be published. Is that the test. May well have picked up dead virus fragments in other words. The virus was still there in the throat but not alive so the remnants of the virus they are and because the taste picks up the genetic material of the virus. It doesn't have to be alive. Pickup genetic material and speaking of material and scoring positive. When in fact there's no live virus there and that's the reason they think it's not real reinfection. How Thirties then make a decision? As to whether someone's allowed to go back out and mix with society again really good question because that could keep them at home the answers. I don't know how they're doing. And but what I imagine is the cases that the median time in meeting the time that most people stay infectious for the last time. I loot these things change was about three weeks when you've had a good going infection so I imagine if you're still positive at three weeks in your otherwise well it's not a high signal then they might give you a pass on that. I'm not sure if there's a test for a live forest and this because you'd have to grow the virus

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Trudeau bans assault-style weapons after Nova Scotia mass shooting leaves 22 dead

Larry O'Connor

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Trudeau bans assault-style weapons after Nova Scotia mass shooting leaves 22 dead

"Our Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau announced the country is banning the use in trade of assault style weapons it comes just a week after weeks after a mass shooting took the lives of twenty two people in Nova Scotia which he calls one too many such events these tragedies reverberate still the shape our identity the stain our conscience they make adults out of children and the heartbreaking truth is they're happening more often than they

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Canada bans assault-style weapons after shooting rampage

Rush Limbaugh

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Canada bans assault-style weapons after shooting rampage

"Prime minister Justin Trudeau says Canada is banning assault style weapons immediately Trudeau cited numerous mass shootings in the country including the killing of twenty two people in Nova Scotia April eighteenth and nineteenth Trudeau had said the government was on the verge of bringing in stricter gun control

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"scotia" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

10:42 min | 3 months ago

"scotia" Discussed on The Big Story

"Him And he is shot and killed but it was complete happenstance. That is that is the truth of of of what happened. Here has the motive. Become clear at all Since you started looking into it I know you mentioned it began with a domestic situation. No the motive is not clear. I know a lot of people jumped to the conclusion that this was about a domestic incident. Certainly police say that was the first assault. That was the first violent event But they don't know if that's what spurred him to kill the other people involved here some of them he had feuds with over money or other issues It's not clear why he would. He would drive in some cases sixty kilometers or more to a specific person's home and killed them in their house That part seems very premeditated. That's and that's hard to understand but no the short answer is we do not have a full understanding of his motive and we may never have that. It's interesting because during the course of of this chat you said once that it was clear that he'd been really preparing for this and then you also mentioned that you know a couple of people that you talked to had no idea that he would do something like this that it was out of the blue. There's a lot of people who who knew guy for years. And they thought him as a very friendly very outgoing. Very helpful neighbor or a lot of people knew him as a dentist. He worked on their teeth He had a lot of patience. You know they said that he had his quirks. He was protective of his parking. Lot in Dartmouth would have a dark side when he drank too much but everyone I've spoken to. They all go back to. They do not understand how this could happen how he could do it. Can you tell me a little bit about his connection to some of the victims? You mentioned he knew them. Or had feuds with them and then others were random. Yeah so we're still trying to get a good handle on all of victims because there's so many there's twenty two some we're simply neighbors right. They live next door to his home imported peak where he had a very Extensive log cabinet. He's quite proud of some of them. Were people who who worked in his garage. He liked to tinker. He was mechanically inclined. He had a large collection of motorcycles. And one of the neighbors manning. Aaron talk would work in a garage with him We don't understand if they had a beef or not Another woman who was killed a neighbor. Lisa mccully she was a local teacher. She had bought the House. She was living in from the gunman and his uncle. So there was a financial relationship there Some people had had thought that they had dated in the past. But we're not able to confirm that Two of the people killed up in. Wentworth Sean McLeod. And his wife. They were correctional officers. Sean knew him as a hunting buddy and They had A through previous romantic relationships had had a connection with women they had dated And other people who who were not killed but there was a man Who owns an excavation company? Who said the gunman showed up on his doorstep banging on his door. Trying to get in Sunday morning said that He only knew. The gunman is a guy who who shared interest in motorcycles With him that they had never had a beef. He couldn't understand why he would would want to harm him. So we still don't have a great understanding of why there would be some people that he would be targeting but it certainly appears he was definitely target stomach. The people that he killed. Do you have a sense Well I guess you would for your own Reporting that's going on but also may be for the RCMP of of what we're still trying to figure out and what kinds of things both you're you're looking at and the police are looking at a big one is is motive. Of course why he would have done this. How much pre planning was involved? And he had a lot of weapons. He had a lot of ammunition and he had all of the equipment and the gear of a police officer but does that mean he was planning this rampage. We don't know that the police would like to know where he got some of his weapons they believe some of the the assault rifles the long guns that that he used in his rampage came from the. Us They don't know any more than that they want to know if he had help. And we'd like to find out the same you know in the in the lead up to this attack whether there were people who unknowingly helped him get some of the police equipment or police uniforms he had. He was driving around in a cruiser. That had a real police radio in a real police light bar. Where did he get that stuff? So these are some of the things we want to find out if he had helped one of the things that Sadly we often do after these shootings is people dig in and they start to find out about The killers online presence and where he was going and who he was talking to on the Internet and I haven't heard And maybe I've missed it anything about this guy's online life. Do We know anything now. That is a that is a big missing piece in in what we know about him we know he was fascinated with the police. And we know that he told people That he was either a former rcmp that he was retired or he sometimes claimed he was in the auxiliary. He was obsessed at seend with being a police officer pretending to be a police officer. But it's not clear that he took that obsession online. We just haven't found that yet so so we don't. We don't know a whole lot about that part of his life. What's it been if you can Just describe it to just be there in the community the past couple of weeks. I mean I know Last week there were also other active shooter reports. That turned out to be nothing. And as we're talking to you today You're also reporting on helicopter crash it. I just can't imagine what that community is going through it. It's been a difficult. Few Weeks Nova Scotia. There's no question I think people are trying to make sense of this It felt surreal in a Lotta ways to see these these Memorial spring up. You know on telephone poles mailboxes and fences around the province because it's in the middle of a pandemic and people are being told not to gather together not to mourn so that adds an element to this that that makes it. Unlike any other shooting I've ever covered It it's it's it's exhausting. It feels relentless. And I think that there's a lot of people in Nova Scotia just kind of wondering what has happened to their province and to the backdrop of this already really oppressive pandemic that we're living in so you're right last Friday. There was an emergency alert that someone thought they heard gunshots in an area called Hammonds plains. That's five minutes from where I live As soon as that. That alert when my phone went crazy and everyone who who knows me was sending texts asking. We were okay. I mean ultimately there were no shots. Fired someone it was a false alarm but this is a province on edge. People are anxious. People are are freaked out. Frankly about what's happened here. And so what would be otherwise? Ordinary police calls are becoming something a lot more than that. And I just think that people's nerves afraid how about the relationship between the public and the RCMP. I know there was Some discussion of whether or not they should have been posting to social media versus sending out an alert which they later did for Other reports of shots And the investigations taking a long time. And there's a lot we don't know What'S THE DYNAMIC THERE. So it seems like people are splitting into two camps and there there are a lot of folks who are saying we defend the RCMP You know the are doing the best they can and and responding to a shooting at the likes of which we've never seen a Nova Scotia before and I get that sentiment completely that while the rest of us were were locking our doors or or in hiding there. Were running towards this thing. I think the criticism that we're hearing from Moscow isn't directed at at the boots on the ground or the or the front line officers. It's more at the people at the administrative level. Who make the decisions around when emergency alerts are are issued and they WANNA know why in this case and over the course thirteen hours was an emergency alert never issued in the province and believe that lives could have been saved if people knew or more people knew that this guy was on the loose that he was dangerous armed and then he was he had killed a lot of people and and appeared to have appear to have an agenda? That people saying this is what emergency alerts should be used for. It's been hard to understanding for a lot of people why the only chose twitter as a way to to to get the word out While the gunman was on the loose because twitter as as as great as it is does have its limitations in an emergency and a lot of people in rural Nova Scotia. Who Don't use it so it's There are a lot of questions about how the handle what's going to happen in the next few weeks I mean. I'm sure that there's going to be a an investigation into how it was handled. But also the investigation continues in the RCMP said You know the day after the tragedy that this would be going on for months. Yeah so they're slowly They're slowly releasing somebody's crime scenes. Were Sixteen and I'm spread around the province They're allowing people to go back to their homes in the community. Port a pick where this began. They are slowly allowing residents to return to their But it it's it's GonNa be a while before life gets back to normal Nova Scotia and I don't know if people ever get back to feeling about the problems the way they did before the shooting. I think this has changed things for a lot of people. How so I just think they don't feel safe here is as they used to a sentiment whether it's actor not that mass shootings didn't happen in Nova Scotia and we. We now know that can happen anywhere. I think that just changes the way you look at your province Greg. Thanks for explaining this to us and walking us through your reporting stay safe out there and you and you can all of Nova Scotia We think about you. Thanks John. I Gregg Mercer Atlantic Canada reporter for the Globe and Mail. That was the big story for more. You can head to the big story podcast. You can always find us on twitter at the Big Story F. Peon and of course you can email us or send us an audio clip or send us a video to be big story podcast at RPI DOT ROGERS DOT COM Claire. Broussard is the lead producer of the big story. Ryan Clark and Stephanie Phillips our Associate Producers and at least Nielsen is the digital editor. I'm Jordan Heathrow. Thanks so much for listening. Remember to give us a rating and give us a review. If you find us in your podcast player and please stay safe. Be well this weekend. We talk Monday..

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Canada mass shooter obtained police car replica at auction

Ben Shapiro

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Canada mass shooter obtained police car replica at auction

"The investigation in the worst mass shooting in Canada's history earlier this month continues in Nova Scotia Jeff McCabe reports that as the investigation grows the more disturbing the image becomes of the alleged shooter the gunman who killed twenty two people in Nova Scotia this month obtained a replica police car at an auction and outfitted it with a light bar and decals made it look almost identical to a royal Canadian Mounted Police vehicle before using it to go on a killing spree police believe Gabriel Wortman own for used police cars obtained at auction and also collected police uniforms I hand gun that was used was obtained in Canada long guns obtained in the United States police believe right now they may never know what led to workmen's

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Canada mass shooter obtained police car replica at auction

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Canada mass shooter obtained police car replica at auction

"Authorities say the man who killed twenty two people in Nova Scotia last week your boss a replica police card an auction and then outfitted with a light bar and decals to make it look almost identical to authentic royal Canadian Mounted Police vehicles thirteen people were shot to death nine died in fires that were set by the suspect who was killed by police at a

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"scotia" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

03:49 min | 3 months ago

"scotia" Discussed on Front Burner

"Do we know anything about the guns that he used in these crimes? Where he got them from. Where they legal. We now know that there were multiple firearms used. We know that there were pistols. There were long guns that he had in his possession. We know that he acquired Heidi Stevenson's gun when he shot and killed her We know that at least one of the guns came from Canada Other guns came from the United States and that he was not licensed to acquire in to possess guns. Okay and then one thing I wanna flag with you and something that has been a little bit difficult for me to understand. Something happened nowhere near where the actual gunman was and these shots. That were fired by the RCMP at a fire hall it the the the extent. I can tell you at this. Point is simply that To police officers are alleged. Have Discharged there Firearms fired their guns. But not at each other. And can you tell me what happened there? Yes this is a situation that was partially caught by by witnesses and seen this happen so this is in in onslow. Nova Scotia is one of these small communities that we've been talking about And two officers and these are legitimate. Officers are SEPIA officers. Part of the manhunt trying to track down. This shooter arrive at the Fire Hall and began opening fire on the building and in fact doing some damage to the building and doing some damage to one of the vehicles inside the building. They actually had to take that vehicle out of service. It was damaged so much and so. We're not exactly sure what happened there. We know that the serious incident response team had looked at that as to what specifically they were firing at. And we're not certain at this point okay and that must have been terrifying for the people who were there who I understand where they're like evacuate from Puerto. Pec sure well and keep in mind like a rural fire station on a Sunday morning. Likely isn't often that busy but this place was packed because people were being evacuated from quarterback into this fire hall so people taking out of what was a legitimately risky dangerous situation. Being brought to what they're told is an area of safety Which was then for. No apparent reason shot up. Rcmp officers briefly before they moved on. Okay so I mean obviously we know so much more about what has happened since you and I spoke last week and the story is only getting more disturbing right the more that we learn you know particularly. I can't even imagine what the woman who survived must be going through right now We've talked today about some big unanswered questions. You know this period of time in the morning four hour window. The guns where. They're coming from this one incident at the Fire Hall Do you have any other big unanswered questions? That are still lingering for you now. I mean obviously how he was able to his hands on these weapons how he was able to leave that perimeter as well and I mean we've been talking about this since the beginning answering the question why we still don't know if we're ever going to get that information but that is something on many people's minds as you know some kind of an explanation..

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Canada mass shooting started with suspect's assault on girlfriend

Dan Proft

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Canada mass shooting started with suspect's assault on girlfriend

"A police official in Canada says the country's worst mass shooting erupted from an argument the official tells the Associated Press the shooting rampage in Nova Scotia stem from a domestic dispute involving the gunmen and his girlfriend who survived investigators say fifty one year old Gabriel workmen acted alone in the shooting spree that killed at least twenty two people across northern and central Nova Scotia there are sixteen crime scenes in five different world communities the suspect was shot to death Sunday morning about thirteen hours after the attacks

Official Canada Associated Press Nova Scotia
"scotia" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

06:40 min | 3 months ago

"scotia" Discussed on This is Why

"I. I think that we should talk about the tragedy that happened in our country on Saturday night April eighteenth and on Sunday April nineteenth in Nova Scotia. Twenty two people were murdered over the course of thirteen hours. This is the worst mass shooting in cleaning history last night following multiple nine one one calls. Helmet Scotia. Rcmp. Members responded to a firearms call to pick residents in Colchester County. When police arrived at the scene members located several casualties inside and outside of the home they did not however locate the suspect. This was a very quickly evolving situation and a chaotic scene. Gunman's thirteen hour long. Killing spree began with domestic violence. There was a party and we know that the shooter and his girlfriend were at that party. At that point. Mr Wortman began to argue with his domestic partner with his girlfriend. At some point they left and went back to his cottage which was nearby where the party was being held at that point a he escalated and became violent. He assaulted his girlfriend. He tied her up and she managed to escape from that and run into the woods at some point after that. Mr Wortman goes back to the house where the party was held and he begins shooting and killing people. Following this police received. Its First Nine. One call with a report of a shooting at home in the area officers arrived on scene. A ten twenty six in the evening where they're located a male who's leaving the area with an apparent gunshot wound. They learned that this male was shot while driving his vehicle and the victim indicated that vehicle driven by him while he was driving and that he was shot. This vehicle was passing by. He did describe this vehicles vehicle. That looked like a police vehicle. Several police units responded to the area and upon arriving located several people who are deceased some of which were lying in the roadway there are sixteen crime scenes five structure fires most of those being residences. Police say the shooter was able to cover more than one hundred kilometers of territory over more than twelve hours because he was driving a mock police vehicle and wearing a police. Uniform ability to move around the province undetected was surely greatly benefited by the fact that he had a police or vehicle that look identical in every way to a marked police car and beyond that he was wearing a police. Uniform Felice then began looking for Mr Wortmann as a fake police officer somebody WHO's out personality. Rcmp so during that period of time it was both possible. Charred Morrison and cost behind Stevenson on the morning of April nineteenth both were communicating on their police radios with each other and he had arranged to make a meat. Cosmic Morrison was waiting for Constable Stevenson at highway. Two and highway two twenty four. What appeared to be marked? Police vehicle then approached Kosma Morrison as they had pre-arranged meet at that location. Cozma Morrison thought that the vehicle was caused Stevenson. The approaching police vehicle was actually driven by the gunman gunman pulled up beside cost. Morrison and immediately opened fire. Customer Morrison received several gunshot wounds and he began to retreat from the area driving his vehicle away from the scene he notified other officers and dispatch that he had been shot and that he was on route. Two in each station for merging. Emergency medical attention during that time. 'cause well Heidi Stevenson was nearby. Believed to be driving northbound on highway two while the government was traveling southbound on highway two at that time at that point vehicles collided head on possible. Stevenson engaged. The gunman the gunman took cosby's COSMO Stevenson's life. He also took Costal Stevenson's you should so at our and her magazines. It's with tremendous sadness that I share with you that we've lost constable. Heidi Stevenson a twenty three year veteran of the force who killed this morning while responding to an active shooter incident passer-by had stopped and it fatally shot by the Gunman Gama said both constable. Stevenson's vehicle and the replica of police. Vehicle on fire. He left the scene driving south on highway two twenty four in the passer bys vehicle which was described as a silver suv the gum and traveled south on highway. Two Twenty Four for very short distance where he entered the whole on the east side of highway tune to twenty four home happened to be the home of a woman known the gunman the gunman shot and killed female resin the gum and then removed police clothing that he was wearing at the time and transferred his weapons to the female victims vehicle which was a red Mazda three. The gunman traveled south on highway. Two twenty four at that point and RCMP officer and a dog officer one of the canine polls in their gassing up they look across and realize that it's the shooter in the car across from them shooter goes for his gun and at that point the RCMP. Open Fire and kill him during the shot and killed by police. Eleven twenty six in the morning There've been at least twenty two victims in Canada's deadliest shooting they include constable Heidi Stevenson Lisa. Mccully heather O'Brien Julian Oliver. Aaron Tuck and Emily Tuck. Kristen Beedon Sean. Mcleod and alanna Jenkins Tom. Begley Joey Weber. Greg and Jamie Blair. John's all at Elizabeth Joanne. Thomas Lillian High Slop. Don Madson and frank glint. Jean Goulet Corey Ellison Joy and Peter. Bond.

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"scotia" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

06:40 min | 3 months ago

"scotia" Discussed on This is Why

"I. I think that we should talk about the tragedy that happened in our country on Saturday night April eighteenth and on Sunday April nineteenth in Nova Scotia. Twenty two people were murdered over the course of thirteen hours. This is the worst mass shooting in cleaning history last night following multiple nine one one calls. Helmet Scotia. Rcmp. Members responded to a firearms call to pick residents in Colchester County. When police arrived at the scene members located several casualties inside and outside of the home they did not however locate the suspect. This was a very quickly evolving situation and a chaotic scene. Gunman's thirteen hour long. Killing spree began with domestic violence. There was a party and we know that the shooter and his girlfriend were at that party. At that point. Mr Wortman began to argue with his domestic partner with his girlfriend. At some point they left and went back to his cottage which was nearby where the party was being held at that point a he escalated and became violent. He assaulted his girlfriend. He tied her up and she managed to escape from that and run into the woods at some point after that. Mr Wortman goes back to the house where the party was held and he begins shooting and killing people. Following this police received. Its First Nine. One call with a report of a shooting at home in the area officers arrived on scene. A ten twenty six in the evening where they're located a male who's leaving the area with an apparent gunshot wound. They learned that this male was shot while driving his vehicle and the victim indicated that vehicle driven by him while he was driving and that he was shot. This vehicle was passing by. He did describe this vehicles vehicle. That looked like a police vehicle. Several police units responded to the area and upon arriving located several people who are deceased some of which were lying in the roadway there are sixteen crime scenes five structure fires most of those being residences. Police say the shooter was able to cover more than one hundred kilometers of territory over more than twelve hours because he was driving a mock police vehicle and wearing a police. Uniform ability to move around the province undetected was surely greatly benefited by the fact that he had a police or vehicle that look identical in every way to a marked police car and beyond that he was wearing a police. Uniform Felice then began looking for Mr Wortmann as a fake police officer somebody WHO's out personality. Rcmp so during that period of time it was both possible. Charred Morrison and cost behind Stevenson on the morning of April nineteenth both were communicating on their police radios with each other and he had arranged to make a meat. Cosmic Morrison was waiting for Constable Stevenson at highway. Two and highway two twenty four. What appeared to be marked? Police vehicle then approached Kosma Morrison as they had pre-arranged meet at that location. Cozma Morrison thought that the vehicle was caused Stevenson. The approaching police vehicle was actually driven by the gunman gunman pulled up beside cost. Morrison and immediately opened fire. Customer Morrison received several gunshot wounds and he began to retreat from the area driving his vehicle away from the scene he notified other officers and dispatch that he had been shot and that he was on route. Two in each station for merging. Emergency medical attention during that time. 'cause well Heidi Stevenson was nearby. Believed to be driving northbound on highway two while the government was traveling southbound on highway two at that time at that point vehicles collided head on possible. Stevenson engaged. The gunman the gunman took cosby's COSMO Stevenson's life. He also took Costal Stevenson's you should so at our and her magazines. It's with tremendous sadness that I share with you that we've lost constable. Heidi Stevenson a twenty three year veteran of the force who killed this morning while responding to an active shooter incident passer-by had stopped and it fatally shot by the Gunman Gama said both constable. Stevenson's vehicle and the replica of police. Vehicle on fire. He left the scene driving south on highway two twenty four in the passer bys vehicle which was described as a silver suv the gum and traveled south on highway. Two Twenty Four for very short distance where he entered the whole on the east side of highway tune to twenty four home happened to be the home of a woman known the gunman the gunman shot and killed female resin the gum and then removed police clothing that he was wearing at the time and transferred his weapons to the female victims vehicle which was a red Mazda three. The gunman traveled south on highway. Two twenty four at that point and RCMP officer and a dog officer one of the canine polls in their gassing up they look across and realize that it's the shooter in the car across from them shooter goes for his gun and at that point the RCMP. Open Fire and kill him during the shot and killed by police. Eleven twenty six in the morning There've been at least twenty two victims in Canada's deadliest shooting they include constable Heidi Stevenson Lisa. Mccully heather O'Brien Julian Oliver. Aaron Tuck and Emily Tuck. Kristen Beedon Sean. Mcleod and alanna Jenkins Tom. Begley Joey Weber. Greg and Jamie Blair. John's all at Elizabeth Joanne. Thomas Lillian High Slop. Don Madson and frank glint. Jean Goulet Corey Ellison Joy and Peter. Bond.

Constable Stevenson Rcmp Cosmic Morrison Costal Stevenson Heidi Stevenson Lisa Mr Wortman Colchester County Nova Scotia COSMO Stevenson officer Helmet Scotia Thomas Lillian High Slop Jean Goulet Corey Ellison Joey Weber Mazda Kristen Beedon Sean Mr Wortmann Canada
Canada mass shooting erupted from argument, official says

Mike Gallagher

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Canada mass shooting erupted from argument, official says

"A Canadian police official says Canada's worst mass shooting started as an argument the official tells the Associated Press the shooting rampage in Nova Scotia stemmed from a domestic dispute involving the gunmen and his girlfriend who survived investigators say fifty one year old Gabriel workmen acted alone in the shooting spree that killed at least twenty two people across northern and central Nova Scotia there are sixteen crime scenes in five different world communities the suspect was shot to death Sunday morning about thirteen hours after the attacks

Official Canada Associated Press Nova Scotia
Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"The official tells the Associated Press the shooting rampage in Nova Scotia stemmed from a domestic dispute involving the gunmen and his girlfriend who survived investigators say fifty one year old Gabriel workmen acted alone in the shooting spree that killed at least twenty two people across northern and central Nova Scotia there are sixteen crime scenes in five different world communities the suspect was shot to death Sunday morning about thirteen hours after the attacks began I'm I counted

Associated Press Nova Scotia Official
Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"The official tells the Associated Press the shooting rampage in Nova Scotia stemmed from a domestic dispute involving the gunmen and his girlfriend who survived investigators say fifty one year old Gabriel workmen acted alone in the shooting spree that killed at least twenty two people across northern and central Nova Scotia there are sixteen crime scenes in five different world communities the suspect was shot to death Sunday morning about thirteen hours after the attacks began I'm I counted

Associated Press Nova Scotia Official
Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"The official tells the Associated Press the shooting rampage in Nova Scotia stemmed from a domestic dispute involving the gunmen and his girlfriend who survived investigators say fifty one year old Gabriel workmen acted alone in the shooting spree that killed at least twenty two people across northern and central Nova Scotia there are sixteen crime scenes in five different world communities the suspect was shot to death Sunday morning about thirteen hours after the attacks began I'm I counted

Associated Press Nova Scotia Official
Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"The official tells the Associated Press the shooting rampage in Nova Scotia stemmed from a domestic dispute involving the gunmen and his girlfriend who survived investigators say fifty one year old Gabriel workmen acted alone in the shooting spree that killed at least twenty two people across northern and central Nova Scotia there are sixteen crime scenes in five different world communities the suspect was shot to death Sunday morning about thirteen hours after the attacks began I'm I counted

Associated Press Nova Scotia Official
Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"The official tells the Associated Press the shooting rampage in Nova Scotia stemmed from a domestic dispute involving the gunmen and his girlfriend who survived investigators say fifty one year old Gabriel workmen acted alone in the shooting spree that killed at least twenty two people across northern and central Nova Scotia there are sixteen crime scenes in five different world communities the suspect was shot to death Sunday morning about thirteen hours after the attacks began I'm I counted

Associated Press Nova Scotia Official
Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"The official tells the Associated Press the shooting rampage in Nova Scotia stemmed from a domestic dispute involving the gunmen and his girlfriend who survived investigators say fifty one year old Gabriel workmen acted alone in the shooting spree that killed at least twenty two people across northern and central Nova Scotia there are sixteen crime scenes in five different world communities the suspect was shot to death Sunday morning about thirteen hours after the attacks began I'm I counted

Associated Press Nova Scotia Official
Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"Women the official were hearing tells the Associated in the Duchess of Press Sussex the shooting is a legal rampage case in Nova against Scotia a British tabloid stemmed from is a domestic set to take dispute place in Britain's involving High the Court gunmen has and Meghan his girlfriend challenges the who publication survived of a letter investigators she wrote to say her fifty father one year old Gabriel he's workmen suing the acted mail on alone Sunday and in its parent the shooting company spree that associated killed at least newspapers twenty two people for publishing a across letter she wrote northern to and her central father Thomas Nova Markle Scotia the civil there lawsuit are sixteen accuses crime scenes the newspaper in five of copyright different infringement world communities misuse of the suspect private information was shot to death I'm violating Sunday morning Britain's about data thirteen protection hours rules after analysts the attacks have compared began the case I'm to the late I counted princess Diana's lawsuit over photographs showing how exercising on gym equipment that case was settled before it was hurting called Thomas Markle strained relationship with his daughter has complicated Meghan's entry into the British royal family Charles through this month London

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Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"Women the official were hearing tells the Associated in the Duchess of Press Sussex the shooting is a legal rampage case in Nova against Scotia a British tabloid stemmed from is a domestic set to take dispute place in Britain's involving High the Court gunmen has and Meghan his girlfriend challenges the who publication survived of a letter investigators she wrote to say her fifty father one year old Gabriel he's workmen suing the acted mail on alone Sunday and in its parent the shooting company spree that associated killed at least newspapers twenty two people for publishing a across letter she wrote northern to and her central father Thomas Nova Markle Scotia the civil there lawsuit are sixteen accuses crime scenes the newspaper in five of copyright different infringement world communities misuse of the suspect private information was shot to death I'm violating Sunday morning Britain's about data thirteen protection hours rules after analysts the attacks have compared began the case I'm to the late I counted princess Diana's lawsuit over photographs showing how exercising on gym equipment that case was settled before it was hurting called Thomas Markle strained relationship with his daughter has complicated Meghan's entry into the British royal family Charles through this month London

Scotia Britain Meghan Thomas Nova Markle Scotia Diana Thomas Markle Charles London Official Duchess Of Press Sussex Gabriel
Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Official: Canada shooting erupted after domestic dispute

"Women the official were hearing tells the Associated in the Duchess of Press Sussex the shooting is a legal rampage case in Nova against Scotia a British tabloid stemmed from is a domestic set to take dispute place in Britain's involving High the Court gunmen has and Meghan his girlfriend challenges the who publication survived of a letter investigators she wrote to say her fifty father one year old Gabriel he's workmen suing the acted mail on alone Sunday and in its parent the shooting company spree that associated killed at least newspapers twenty two people for publishing a across letter she wrote northern to and her central father Thomas Nova Markle Scotia the civil there lawsuit are sixteen accuses crime scenes the newspaper in five of copyright different infringement world communities misuse of the suspect private information was shot to death I'm violating Sunday morning Britain's about data thirteen protection hours rules after analysts the attacks have compared began the case I'm to the late I counted princess Diana's lawsuit over photographs showing how exercising on gym equipment that case was settled before it was hurting called Thomas Markle strained relationship with his daughter has complicated Meghan's entry into the British royal family Charles through this month London

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"scotia" Discussed on The Current

The Current

06:52 min | 3 months ago

"scotia" Discussed on The Current

"Tiffany Ward lives down the road from Nova Scotia. She's one of the organizers of the virtual vigil plan for Tomorrow Night called Nova Scotia Remembers Tiffany. Good morning morning that having me. Thanks for joining us. How you doing this morning? It's another day and And done other morning. We wake up to the same same story. Tell me a bit in this long week. We have all been through about what you have planned for Friday on well In light of covert nineteen. We can't We can't be together and grieve this tragedy. In the way that we we think we otherwise would not been through this before. I can't say it's you know how he's done it before and I think that Normally in these circumstances that you see on the been these kind of tragedies occur everyone gets together at the you know perhaps Reno or at a call at the church and Everyone together to to hold one another in person and we can't do that so what we've done is we've put together an online Online vigil programs that will take place on the Friday at seven Atlantic Six Eastern And it will Be Carried. It was originally intended to be carried on facebook and Youtube. But now it's something picked up by radio and TV as well So it's going to be a one and a half to two hours of Messages of support for for a community in the families It'll include messages from community leaders Whether they be a political spiritual Business Also Musicians very local as well as well as other. Nova Scotia and some recognizable faces some offering messages support To our to our community and the families affected you ran economy Nova Scotia just down the road emission from Puerto Pick. Yes why did you want to pull this together? Well there was nothing else we could do. It was all we could do. All I can do In the moments after you know when when the current and then when it was over you feel so hollow on a helpless and knowing that we couldn't do you know we couldn't be together. I couldn't go to a friend's house and and crying and get a hunk. You can't do that and you know so. The idea was just to demonstrate that you know we can be together even in these unprecedented times in the face of this horrible tragedy is that we can come together as a community and we can wrap arms around those who are hurting the most and and begin to you know to share and to commence the grueling and one of the things we've learned over the last couple of days and speaking with so many people from the community is that these are small communities and in many ways. It's it's not six degrees of separation. It's two or three degrees of separation. You knew one of the victims. I knew several several victims Throughout you know living here I've lived here other than time spending school most of my life and I've come into contact with these people whether they be through work through my family Being you know going to school High School there's been many connections And you know we say two or three. That's that's even a stretch. So it's you know it affects everyone We are very close. Knit we are very small and so many small communities but all one in under the within Colchester and also to include worthen Enfield. We're all very close together and you know we were very. We have distinct communities but we overall one large community. And it's it's it's tragic. That would have happened. And I hope that we're able to you know. Bring a little light into the most accurate time people not just in your community right across the country and I know from friends and family elsewhere around the world. Have been sending notes of condolences and doing really creative things to mourn right now in this time as you mentioned where you can't get together you can't go to somebody's house and give somebody a hug. Have LISTEN TO DMITRY NEO Nakas? He's a pilot that flew on Sunday night. A PLANE OVER PUERTO. Pick tracing the shape of a heart. Listen to him. I felt peaceful out the drawing the heart. I don't know why but after I landed and I talked to drop a controller. And she said what pattern that was heavy allies that it. It wasn't only me who felt comfort and called hope. That's why I say I felt I got thousands of people in the cockpit with me. What do you make of how people have have reached out to communities first off? That was amazing. And as someone who's part of this community on Sunday when I saw that post after at the Sunday night You know that's exactly what we hoped to do with. This is to you know. Circle this community with love and that that's really it was really touching to see and it's you know that's the sentiment from everywhere that you know you know there's still good in this world. They're still love this world and to feel that across like across the country in the province and the world like we are so very lucky and I feel very lucky to be a part of it. I'm so sorry for what you've gone through and what your community has gone through that idea that they're still good and love in the world. I think is something to hang onto this moment and thanks to you for pulling together What we will see on Friday in this Virtual Vision Tiffany? Thanks Amazing Team and you know Amazing Group of friends. Who HAVE YOU KNOW? Grown to include some very amazing friends. And I'm I'm hoping it's going to be just wonderful. I think it will be thanks again. Thanks so much take care. Tiffany Ward is one of the CO organizers of virtual vigil. It's happening Friday night to commemorate those lost in Nova Scotia. Tiffany was in economy Nova Scotia. You can watch that broadcast on facebook and Youtube as well as on. Cbs News Network. Cbc Gem CBC television and in Atlantic. Canada it'll be broadcast on. Cbc.

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"scotia" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"scotia" Discussed on The Big Story

"An RCMP officer. But who were the other ones where they connected to the shooter? Was THIS RANDOM What do we know about that? Rcmp in their news conference earlier said that Victims some of the victims were known to the suspect and some were not some were targeted. They said and some random so It kind of goes all over the place with regards to that. There was no at least at this point. They haven't identified a real sort of motivation behind the whole thing. But there are five houses in the area that That were burned down and They are have been unable to at least this point. Get all the way through the rubble of those houses. So that's why the NPR saying that We may see even a higher death toll than we already have. Can you backtrack a little and kind of take me through this? So it starts import a pick and you mentioned that. He moved to a couple of locations where the houses that were burned in doing what happened there. They have not said Where the houses that were burned Officially I do believe it was early on because he was After that Piecing together just based on the information that they gave us as the pursuit was going on. I don't think that he stopped sort of moving in a vehicle but again that not confirmed by the RCMP. I I I would assume that. Some of those houses were in the in the sort of where it all began in the community of quarterback. What was it like on Sunday when this news was breaking? And you know to your point. There weren't any press conferences until much later and people were trying to figure out what's going on whereas this guy and all they have is A tweet essentially what were you guys doing We were trying to to get as much information as we possibly could out to people Obviously everybody wanted to know where this person was and I think there was at least speaking. Personally there was more and more concern for me As we watched where this car or this car that was carrying this individual was was going. I mean important. Pick his is a good hour and twenty five hour and thirty minutes sort of north west of Halifax so I mean close but not really close to the radio station and to you know our families here in Halifax but as this this pursuit started to to occur and they were they were posting more information where this individual was being spotted he was getting closer and closer and closer and closer to Halifax in fact the whole thing came to an end in a community called Enfield at a truck. Stop Gas Station. Which for those of you. Who are familiar with the geography of Halifax's essentially at the airport. So as as this getting closer I would. I don't think it's A. It's a stretch to suggest that people living in listening to us in h. r. m. were growing more and more concerned that this individual was traveling on on the major highway that leads into into HR. I'm wondering about the the community itself and how it's dealing with not knowing anything You know obviously it's a. It's an anxious time anyway. You know well the the community. There's dribs and drabs. That are coming out. We learned yesterday. Obviously that There was an RCMP officer. That was killed who was very involved in her community that That one is is hitting home with a lot of people. We also learned today that two nurses that were working up. There were killed a couple that were corrections. Officers were killed a couple that owned a propane business up. There were also Listed as the casualties Nova Scotia our morning and and It was interesting that this being the pandemic that we're in and Also not being able to gather in groups over five and having distinct meters apart. It it It hit dead center of the The provincial announcement today on on From the Premier and from the medical officer of Health on the covert situation where they had to come out and tell people that you know. It's it's awful and we need to mourn and you need to reach out and we need to support people but we also have to abide by the rules so that we don't start to spread. Cova more than it's being spread so that on top of all of the other things that are bad with this nation is is compounding things. I think yeah I was Gonna ask what people are doing to kind of connect with one another because I know the can't come together to mourn and you know speaking of the last thing that happened in in our city and Toronto When you had the van attack a couple of years ago people came together and you know would lay flowers in gathering groups and it helped the city. And what do you do virtually to to Kinda replace that while there are people that are trying to come up with solutions for that? There's a there's a virtual vigil being planned now for Friday I don't know what the form of that's going to be if it's going to be a gigantic zoom Conference or how. The technology is going to work with that. I can tell you though that today. people were outside Trying to stay two meters. Apart and they ringed a road that comes into a an rcmp detachment not necessarily in that area just south of the city while still part of the city in upper ten. Talen ED during a shift change for the RCMP at our CPA headquarters in Dartmouth. There is a flag that they've posted on the fence in front of the RCMP detachment and There wasn't a lot but there were a number of people that have been placing flowers at that site. I don't know if you remember when had the shootings in Moncton The could that police station became just absolutely inundated with flowers and You know it it at least at this point. It hasn't happened here because people are trying to degree of as the best they can but they know that. We're all still subject to social distancing rolls before I let you go. How are you guys? And how's the province doing your city doing and what comes next. What are you guys need in in the coming days After this I said it earlier today to my crew. Here is that You know we've always told everybody that Nova Scotia's are made of a strong stock and I think that we are made if a strong stock and I think that the Nova Scotian will Once they get past the initial shock of this whole whole event and And they get at least a chance to to start to figure out what this was all about and get a chance for to at least process at I think that you'll see them. Come together in In droves to support the families that are going to be impacted by this or that already are impacted by this moving forward I think that answers will probably help. I think that You know if we get here breezes motivations some sort of I don't know if closures the right word but Some sort of reason why I think that's the biggest question people want to know is why and UH hopefully the police investigation will tell us that. It's going to change the province. I don't think there's any doubt of that. I don't know if if we can go as far and say that we lost our innocence on Sun. Saturday but It certainly will have an impact on this province Probably forever. Because I mean these things don't happen in Nova Scotia Right. This is you know we're we're we're Nova Scotia. This is where everybody is safe in. Everybody is you know it's small. It's this isn't the big city there is not all the big city Troubles that come with that but I think that I think people are are GONNA be forever changed moving forward. Well thanks for this down. I hope you guys Hope we all get the answers. We want you guys stay safe sending your lots of love from the rest to Canada. Thanks during.

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"scotia" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

07:07 min | 3 months ago

"scotia" Discussed on Front Burner

"When people like to sleep with their windows open the doors unlocked in many parts of Nova Scotia. Some people questioning that now. There are still so many questions about what happened here. Cbc News reporter Brett Raskin is imported. Pick he joins me to explain what we know so far. But the deadliest mass shooting in Canadian history. I'm Jamie Porcelain. This is from Brown. Hi Brett thank you so much for making the time to speak with me today. I know this is such a busy and really hard day for you. Hi Jamie No. Thanks for taking the time. Well I want to start today by talking about. Some of the victims are remembering some of the people who so tragically lost their lives. Here we heard at the top of the show the fiddling of seventeen year old. Emily talk and can you tell me a little bit about her and her family. I understand that on Monday. You essentially ran into a family friends. Yeah so this happened at the police checkpoints here in in quarterback Where this entire shooting first began and so I was just doing my reports for TV and radio and somebody pulled up Hopped out of their car walked over to a tree and she had a printed out image of the three members of the talk family and she took this clear packing tape and began Wrapping it around the trunk of a tree and taping this image of the family to this tree and leaks and flowers at At the base of the tree as well so I spoke with her briefly and she said you know she knew the Family. She was close with the family and just wanted to. Do you know something to honor their memory. And now that they've been killed in this mass killing right. It's it's so hard to imagine right now. What the families of the victims and also the community which is so tight. Knit is going through right now but my sister and race them amazing trialled true so nice. Oh kind kumble. She's very humble. She wasn't sure she wanted to do welding music for school to talk about some of the other victims here so tell me about. Heidi Stevenson for example the RCMP CONSTABLE. Twenty-three year member of the force. Yeah she'll she I got a a veteran of the force. She was a mother of two she was married and she was At one point d-actually the the media representative And spoke with the media earlier on in her career in public assistance if they saw anybody or anything that was a little unusual or out of the ordinary as well so She was Well known and well liked and I haven't really thought about the fact that she does that injured or killed right of duty. I thought it was really cool. That you're just helping. The city stays safe. She kind of acted sometimes like a second mothers for me so I was at swim meets and she would always be there for me and she was really hoping to all the time unfortunately. The only time that I had direct contacts with her was was when she was dead Because I came across the scene in Schubert Avenue over Scotia so there's a number of different communities in fact there's at least sixteen crime scenes that are here are going to be having to comb through and so. I was at one yesterday. Sunday right. So is Sunday the day of the manhunt And so there is kind of an overpass And one of the many interactions that this shooter had with police or with the public happened there and keep in mind that we have heard that he was driving the vehicle almost identical to an RCMP cruiser He was allegedly wearing clothing. That was almost identical to Rcn team uniform. We did not realize that with them until we saw four police cars behind him. He looked like he was okay to be honest like he didn't look like he was in any type of ice. And so what people saw in the witnesses that I spoke with This gentleman who lives just above this this overpass sh. He basically saw what seemed like two police cars One of them cut the other one off. There was a minor collision and then the officer is got out and began opening fire at one another. I can't even imagine what looks like. I knew something bad had really happened. well I heard two shots as we come up and we are turning to get to safety. Police officer is running towards the burnings police car. My heart just went. Draw to my stomach. Because I'm thinking something wrong with us partners and the way he loved I could like I just. My heart went out to him but I knew we had to get to safety. Costal Stevenson was killed in this shootout The witness that I spoke with said that what he called. Swat team or the emergency response team showed up in their armored vehicle and began dragging her away from what had then become two vehicles on fire because one of the recurring themes in this tragedy is just the amount of metal fire. The amount of vehicles that were burned. The amount of houses that were burned again allegedly lit fire by the shooter. The suspect in this case Mike McKay lives import. Pack the police cars and we noticed that there's a house fire and then there were two more fires after that some explosions gas tanks propane tanks and and what have you then with no firefighters. You know to be seen because of the other you know activity that we were unaware of at the time and so when I showed up on scene. I could see the burnt-out wreckage from these two vehicles and from the perspective that I had from this gentleman's law and the witness that I spoke with overlooking again there's interchange I could see a constable Stevenson's body what I then found out later found out Wisconsin Stevenson's body underneath a sheet. I could see her boots and she was there. As part of this as part of the scene. It just sounds like an awful awful scene.

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"scotia" Discussed on The Current

The Current

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"scotia" Discussed on The Current

"What happened here in our province is not who we are. We Are Strong. We are community minded and we take care of each other. So let's do that now. Let's do that together. The Nova Scotia Premier is heartbroken and bewildered as all of us spy the mass shooting in his province this weekend. We'll speak with Stephen McNeil and remember the victims from a beloved teacher. A retired firefighter to a family. Who are making the most of this pandemic quarantine by posting videos of kitchen parties and their time together. That's in just a moment. Also this morning health writer. Andre Picard on the challenge of morning in an era of physical distancing and later. I'm falling through the cracks on all of these programs. I know I'm not the only one that I know that there's many other Canadians in my shoes who feel overlooked who is not being helped by the financial aid offer during this pandemic the stories of those falling through the cracks and a French economist. Thomas Pickety has his way. We'll come out of this crisis with a better sense of how to close the gap between the haves and have nots in our society his prescription later this morning. Plus Nature Writer. Richard Loo on what this quiet moment means for the wildlife in our midst in appreciation of the natural world we begin though in Nova Scotia and the stories of lives lost. Good Morning. I'm Matt Galloway. And this is an extended edition.

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"scotia" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"scotia" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"It's got that body to. I mean, it's it's it's a full whiskey. Coach your power, you get you get the flavor all over the power, not just the front or the back or the middle of the sides. It's extremely well. Put together. Yeah. I wouldn't I wouldn't kick this one outta bed. I'll tell you that. I mean what they had. I think we should mention they had twenty eight distilleries there. And now they're down to start and just a handful. You know? So I mean, you know, they've outlasted and there's a reason they've outlasted everybody because this is a good product. There's you know, they cannot reiterate this more like four times already tonight. The he's a bourbon guy drinking scotch. This is good stuff. Yeah. They've they've balanced things very well with them. So, and that's that's you know, you can you can age it you can try to blend it, but to balance to get something that's well made. Yeah. The knows all even out in. It's hitting it. Right. Where it needs to be on every level. That's that's the difference. Wayne, you know, you know. Okay, scotch and really good scotch. So we're going to be giving this one four sips, and we'll be back. And we're back, and we're talking about whiskies from the Gwen Scotia distillery and Campbelltown Scotland, and our next expression is going to be the Glen Scotia eighteen year that one is Forty-six percent AB ninety two proof. This expression is double matured its first age and expert barrels and then finished in an oral Sherry casks for up to twelve months. So it's got a lovely golden straw color to it. I don't believe that they're adding caramel colored any of these don't think they need to the colors. Look, you know, like they should on the nose. I get just a allegedly sweet creamed Honey dried fruit. I like a word. There's butterscotch candy. I get some Panella on it. It's got a really lovely knows. Just a touch of water also really seemed to boost the nose just a just a just a scotch on the pallet on. Yeah. I really just a really lovely whiskey. Get the hints of the I the the Honey on the nose comes through. Gingerbread baking spices little bit of a little bit of clove on the back power and some caramel notes on the front and the sides of the time again, Mike all the others. Really full-bodied. Got a great viscosity too. Nice little bit oiliness to it. Extremely well. Put together just you know, good solid, whiskey all the way through. Yeah. I really like this one. And and with the water, I got some women notes that I really didn't pick out before. But there's almost a women marmalade women Kurd that came out once we got the water added to it. So what you agree..

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"scotia" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"scotia" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Brought to you almost live from the dude in the basement studios. Why? 'cause that's where the good stuff is it six suds and the smokes with your smokin post. The good old boy. How it's sipping time. Yes. It's separate time again. Hello and welcome to this sips owed where everything good and wife is worth discussing as always we are the best thing on tweet. Talk about sex. Now that is your wife. How we're I mean when you throw these out to me if I don't knock them right back over the wall, you just gonna get soft. Thank you man, have another. If you. We are one hour show that does our best screw around in wasted. I fifty eight minutes show before cramming some entertainment those last two, what can I tell you? I work best under pressure. So for seventeen minutes, I got through school Mari. We think how many hope fourteen we are still banned in most major casinos in the greater last Vegas area. And most recently at the buffet at Caesar's palace after a small misunderstanding with Maury on the definition of quote, all you can eat all you can eat I close my eyes to see him sitting on top of the buffet on top of that giant pile of shrimp. Screaming hail Caesar. Cocktail sauce dripping off his chair, and he's got shrimp, shells up his hair. I still think they're just jealous because you better in the toga the new. That's right ironic. Wasn't looking for the vomit ori-. He was he's got the legs the toga. He really does. I mean, you look at him. And you think no Tony toga dead sexy. Those cats. He's got those cats at two cams and the guns. This is made man Bob and joining me today are made man. Brent? Thanks, bob. I'm here under protest. Oh, you promised me, a great bourbon and you through four scotches before just won't let you know that. May man Maury. Bob fantastic job with the Haggi nips this morning in the basement. I am just stoked for the scotches. Thank guys nizing Matori. Welcome to all things Scottish, our slogan is if it's no scholarships. That's right. All right. Good old. Boy, Justin, good morning, Bob. Thanks for the Ps. And mash, it's great base for the Nova Scotia whiskey. What Glen Scotia Nova Scotia locks on the brain. Okay. He's off. Boy me why think you for having me, Bob. I really appreciate being here. You know, I'm looking for some Nova locks Nova locks onions locators and a bagel agreement. I'm Jerry this scotch right here, my friend. We're cutting off two of them. Huber AM. I just write down the tubes. All right. Well, Brennan Nova locks and this the three who are not hopelessly hammered are with the bourbon, mafia bourbon is a nonprofit organization. Composed a bourbon enthusiast and industry professionals with representation in eight states are members of bourbon with a passion for charitable and drinking. If a passion for drinking, the group uses their web of our native spirit to raise money for local and national charities through rare bottle, another themed events, check them out on Facebook at the bourbon, mafia who are also sponsored in part by fine, spirits and Cooper city, Florida home of the Matic machine serving great wines, and whiskies and other spirits by the glass, you can find them at WWW dot fine spirits, isn't it?.

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"scotia" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"scotia" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Each and every. Sunday I'm your. Host I'm happy that you the great audience all over the United States and beyond join me each and every Sunday at this hour today you're going to be thrilled to meet a very Award winning awesome Hey Stanford lawyer was, experience in finance politics. And public service he is an avid. Sailor was traveled listen to this and more than. One hundred countries his name is rob. Texture And, he has a mystery liking wife and they. Might, that time between their homes and, Tennessee and on the. Wild coast of Nova Scotia Hello rob. Thanks how do you do well here it's always. Good to hear your voice I'm. Delighted to have and? You, might have to speak up a little bit You can hear, your little better now you'll have accomplished a lot, you're not a Nova, Scotia but let's. Talk about how my? Lovely wife Jean you, and your outstanding lovely wife met how did we meet Well you invited us. To come up and meet you on the Queen Elizabeth two in in, the port of Halifax Nova Scotia, come up and dinner and. That was very exciting for us because. You were quite an honored guest I remember sitting at the table with the captain coming up and saying Hello in the shift came in join us at the table so that was really a good experience and. Then you came down to visit our beautiful home and which we. Call turning point on the, shore of Nova Scotia probably about sixty miles down, the coast or what we call the. Rivi era of Canada So do you remember you remember that trip absolutely and we did a show from your lovely house as you recall America's dining and travel guide you and I I'll many years ago is that now Rob Oh I don't. Know maybe. Ten While ago? What, is special about. The peninsula And FOX and where you live and you say you can share with my international, audience rob? Sangster. Yes we live on a point of land surrounded by, water which was the first capital of new. France absolutely beautiful in our house as you, know very. Well you can see the water from every single window in the, house but I have some sad news to tear your PR That houses mellow for sale Because we have some health. Issues back in the states people we have to take care of It's being handled by trade winds realty in. Nova Scotia and the interesting thing is The buyer that house is, almost certainly going to be in American because right now because of the exchange rate an American who buys a house with US. Dollars gets a twenty five percent discount from the price. Of a house in Canada So I'm sorry to have to tell you that news it's heartbreaking for us It certainly is also for me because we. Had such great memories Tell. My international audience about some of the seafood that one might enjoy In Nova Scotia Canada rob well of course it's most famous for lobsters And, tuna and all sorts of groundfish let me mention. No before I forget you, can take one last visit, to that house if you look it up if you have a pen if you look it up on trade. Winds, realty. And, it's listed either under turning point or Forty nine four point road but here's the thing on their listing. They, did a beautiful video using a drone so it flies. Over, the area you, you get a chance to see it in a. Way you didn't even see, it when you first came, there you can send me an Email and wasn't that attachment look at it that way okay Do that that's a great idea wonderful now let's. Talk What has Certainly we'll talk about You. Just written no return we'll talk about that, a little bit late, but as your wife Worth mentioning the name again I forgot well. Hurt her name is Lisa. Turner had her first book what's called a, little depth in Dixie My first. Book. Was a. Number one. On Amazon kindle for about. Sixty seconds her first book was a bestseller on Amazon kindle At the same time you remember a book called mocking Jay which. Is part of the hunger games series Lisa's book a little bit in Dixie was was. Even beat it. Out for, number one and also she was a finalist for the what's called the Edgar. Award named after aid your Allen POE of course In two thousand fifteen so I'm just you know everyday writer but. She's really a, brilliant writer Right Your first novel. Ground truth was number one on the Amazon, kindle The next one vote was deep time What was so special. About go out throws and deep time Rob In in all of my, novels I say that like two fifty three, novels and each one of them I try to bring something unique that the readers you'll know little or nothing about For example in return which was time was the second one Someone is trying to get control of rare earth elements. Now most, readers will not have heard of rare earth elements But essentially Well I guess we'll talk. About date no return a little. Bit later so you wanted to talk about, deep time That involve a. Deposit of methane hydrate on the deep Sheba Which is an enormous potential source of energy and there was a Greek. Tycoon who was trying to, bring it up from the seabed but if he mishandled it he would set off a su-. NAMI would wipe out the west coast of the United States that one much to my surprise one. Epoch award as the best suspense thriller for two thousand seventeen so somebody thought it was better than I did I really enjoyed that though like I like Readers read these books for the excitement for the fast. Pace for the characters in for the settings and I like. To throw in something they've never heard of and they probably doubts whether I'm even telling the truth part. Way through until we get to the end and then I want them to be persuaded what I said was accurate and that they really have to worry about what I described. Actually happening in the next. Year or so Fantastic now you'll have travelled some odd countries can you remember some of your Unique? Experiences. That, you enjoyed a lot you and your wife father Blake Robert Sangster yes we we went together, to, New Zealand which is one of my favorite countries and by, the way pier. I. Think you've traveled in as many countries. As I have maybe even more I would say Chile was one of the most exciting where Iran, some, of the whitewater rivers down there that are the most ferocious in the world Water freezing water coming, right straight down out of the glaciers high in the end east thoroughly enjoyed that India has always been a favourite I'd say China let's see South. Africa is one of my favorites I've. Been on five separate safaris throughout Africa Wow Well we'll we'll talk more in just a few. Moments we're going to, go but you don't go. Away we'll talk about the book no return epic award winning, series and a man is of course. Rob thanks to. Wolf Two hours, each and every Sunday right here on biz talk radio stable. Don't go away Heffer.

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"scotia" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"scotia" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Than a hundred countries his, name is rob texter and he has a mystery liking wife and they might that time between their homes in Tennessee and on the wild coast of Nova Scotia Hello rob Sangster how do you do sir well Pierre it's always good to hear your voice I'm delighted to. Have you and you might have. To speak up a little, bit Salkin near your little better now you'll, have accomplished a lot, you're not a. Nova Scotia but let's? Talk? About, how. My lovely dean you and? Your, outstanding, lovely wife met how did we meet Well you invited us to come up and meet you on the Queen Elizabeth two in. In the port of Halifax Nova Scotia. Come up and have dinner and that was very exciting, for us because you were quite an honored guest I remember sitting at the table with the captain coming up and saying Hello and the chef came. And join us at the, table so that was really a good experience and then you came down to visit. Our beautiful home which we call. Turning point on the shore, of Nova Scotia probably about sixty miles down, the coast or what we call the. Rivi era of Canada So do you remember you remember that trip, absolutely and we did a show from your lovely house as you recall America's dining and travel guide you how many years ago is that now rob Oh I don't know maybe? Ten While, ago, what is special, about the And Halifax and where you live and you say, you can? Share. With my international audience rob Sangster yes we live on, a point of land surrounded by water which. Was the first capital of new France absolutely, beautiful in. Our house as you know very well you can see the water from every. Single window in the house But I have some sad news to tear your PR That houses Malapert sale Because we have some health issues. Back in the states people we have to take care of It's being handled by trade winds realty in Nova Scotia and the interesting thing, is that the buyer that, house is almost certainly going to be in American because right now because of the exchange rate an American who buys house with US dollars gets a twenty five percent discount from. The price of a house in Canada So I'm sorry to have to tell you that news it's heartbreaking for us It certainly is also for me because we. Had such great memories Tell. My international audience about some of the seafood at one might enjoy In Nova Scotia Canada rob well of course it's most famous for lobsters And tuna and all sorts of groundfish let me mention. Though before I forget you, can take one last visit, to that house if you look it up if you have a pen if you look it up on trade winds realty. And it's listed either under turning point. Or forty nine four point road but here's. The thing on their listening they did. A beautiful video using a drone so it flies over to the area you get a chance to see it in a way you, didn't. Even, see it when you first came there You can send me an Email and wasn't that attachment look. At it that way okay How do that that's a great idea wonderful now let's talk about what your life. Has Certainly we'll talk about folk Chest written no return we'll talk about. That a little bit? Late what has your wife Worth mentioning Again. I, forgot well. Hurt hurt her name is. Lisa Turner had her first book What's called a. Little death in Dixie My first book was a number one. On Amazon kindle for about sixty seconds her first. Book was a bestseller, on Amazon kindle at the same time, you remember a book called mocking Jay which is part of the hunger, games series Lisa's book a little bit and Dixie was was. Even beat it out for number one and also she was a finalist for the what's called the, Edgar award, named after aid Allen. POE of course, in two, thousand fifteen, so I'm just you know everyday, writer but she's really a brilliant writer Right Your first novel ground throws was number one on the Amazon, kindle The next one vote was? Deep time what was so special about ground troops and deep time Rob In in all of my, novels I say that like their fifties or three novels in each one of, them I try to bring something unique that the readers will know little or nothing about And for example in no return which, was I was the second one someone is trying to get control of rare, earth elements now most readers will not have heard of rare earth elements but essentially Well. No I guess we'll talk about dating no return a. Little, bit later so you wanted to talk about deep time, that involved Deposit of methane hydrate on the deep seabed. Which is an enormous, potential source of energy and there was. A, Greek, tycoon who was trying to bring it up from the seabed but. If he mishandled it would shut off a su- NAMI Would. Wipe out the west coast of of the United States that one much to my surprise one the epic award. As the best suspense thriller for two thousand seventeen so somebody thought it was better than. I did I really, enjoyed that though I like I like Readers. Read these books for the excitement for the fast pace for the characters and for the settings and I like to throw in something they've never heard of and they probably doubt whether I'm even telling him the truth part way through until. We get to the end and then I want them to be persuaded what I said was accurate and. That they really have to worry about what I. Described actually happening in the. Next year or so Fantastic now you'll have traveled Some odd countries can you remember some Unique experiences that you enjoyed, a, lot? You. And, your wife father Blake Sangster yes we we went together to New Zealand which, is one of my, favorite, countries and and by the way pier I think you've traveled in as many countries as I. Have maybe even more I would say Chile. Was one of the most, exciting, where, Iran. Some, of the whitewater rivers down there that are the most ferocious in the world, water freezing water coming, right, straight down out of the glaciers high in the end east thoroughly enjoyed that India has always been a favourite I'd say China let's see. South Africa is one of my favorites I've. Been on five separate safaris throughout Africa Done a love it Well we'll we'll talk law in. Just a few moments we, are going to go but you don't go. Away Talk about the book no return epic award winning series and, a man. Is of course. Rob, Sangster I feel two hours each and every Sunday. Right here on biz talk, radio stabilize don't go away You.

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"scotia" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"scotia" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"There are avoided there currently have awaiting killing themselves because there watching this video so is sick is pretty the three is to produce are it's it's been a lot yeah i bet man i really by better has i'm anti eu been you've been so generous and talking about this and and and opening up about all of this i wanna in an on a lighter note you're you're finding a lotta success in enthused important work these days in los angeles as i mentioned at the beginning of this interview though you're from avondale nova scotia how often do you think about nova scotia every day you every day of big part of my who i am it was nova scotia where i first started to find my art it was nova scotian set first gave me the opportunities to make things and the find my voice was maritimers who first uh you know supported me and watched my work can um lifted me up and i uh i you know i'm really interested in bringing up the next generation of filmmakers from the mirror times because there's such incredible artists living there that haven't been discovered some my friends from school and university and just even just being in the art and music scene in nova scotia they they still constantly inspire me and it's important to me that you know that they know that and that also them available like for any any any maritime or who's trying to get into film i'm i'm available and accessible and you can find me and all answer your qu.

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"scotia" Discussed on Commons

Commons

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"scotia" Discussed on Commons

"My fourth truthful claim our guy the thing that ba was labelled a flight risk and was taken to jail they took me strengthen the burnside way that they did it became and got me at like six in the morning five or six in the morning didn't give me a chance to put on my shoes it was like eight of whom though like they came in like i was a threat when i got into burnside is my first time ever going right and i got into burnside they asked me if i had any problems there if i knew anybody i told them no and ask me on what my charges were and i was told him that i was being detained under image in from the gratien i think it's important to stop here and take note of a few things and mention exactly what burnside is burnside is largest prison in nova scotia it's also known as the central nova scotia correctional facility right and burnside is also very wellknown fine numerous inmate assaults death overprescription of drags on being overcrowded and understaffed the coast eight nova scotia online newspaper describes it as an understaffed overcrowded hellhole you know the further and further we dug into the research for this episode one of the things that i'm embarrassed to admit that i didn't know is that canada is one of the few nations that actually still detains immigrants refugees foreign nationals uneven canadian permanent residents alongside convicted criminals in the nation's prisons i had no idea this.

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"scotia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"scotia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Do both uh in oslo there's a museum quota ownership in the museum has kohler bucks todd ship and it was built in the eight ninety in it was used for about ten years in a very significant viking king was buried in that ship when the uh the conditions when the ship was very preserve the ship analysts tyler the league he six field now that's an awful on kinds of the underground clinton literate one senate snow on display in its closet kivu amazing to see such a time um uh i would strongly recommend that that doesn't go back fifty he is likely cyprus experience stood at this goes back to what was loaded loath it that's good hey do you have any suggestions for fall road trips if they do i know you were in it can find yourselves to england but if you want with number and going a little bit north foot lead group was formed in sydney nova scotia is one of my absolute favorite destinations ta really timely it tell me about that i'm gonna look it up tummy well clinton lewis blow um eat your stepping back from cook chrysler years seventeen forty seven and it was a what that gun defended the little colonies especially goes in nova scotia commendation um by those that wanted to take it over and everybody there's about fifty houses theater not houses unsoy this looks fifty building there's not the fuel war everything is in period in the people that the people who live won this hui brewery they stay in they say in period and and they try to us if you would just it is if you were stepping back into seven forty seven earlier about so they fire the canas cern a and it's it's just wonderful which sir it's it's got to be one of my favorite destinations tsutsumi nova scotia love the.

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"scotia" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"scotia" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Third working to see how it happened well that's how did that in a squad yeah well the answer i got it shows that they may be using less insecticides this wouldn't have happened in the olden days apparently but could mean there would be more incidents like this i didn't know scorpions like but i didn't know whether what happened to the bananas have eaten them no we still have them here and i asked major again today are they safe you said yeah they should be safe if they have the banana peel so we'll probably thumb nathan thanks to speak to us appreciate it oh great on the via thank you by now nathan coleman is a reporter with the weather network he and his family discovered a scorpion assign a bag of bananas they brought home and their groceries this past weekend and we reached him in halifax nova scotia a canadian media outlets video of their charlottesville attack continues to circulate around the world faith goldie of the rebel was on the scene when a car ploughed through a crowd of protestors killing one but it's what ms goldie in her colleagues were saying before the attack that hasn't alberta politician concert this from the broadcast shortly before the attack took place facing hundreds and hundreds of anti dale i'm not there.

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