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"stanley park" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

Sekeres & Price Show

02:32 min | Last month

"stanley park" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

"No jesse. Click spectacularly wrong mayor wrong ville wrong. It'll be than the people at twelfth and camby right. now he will be. It'll be It'll be an unbelievable success if they have. They a half grey cup. That would that would be an unmitigated success here. I've got a ben in poco. Tell me i'm wrong is disgusting. Cheering for healthcare workers. Us out of hospitals has been replaced by protesting against public health measures outside of hospitals just terrible scenes hospitals today with antibac- sers sending doctors nurses and tears into the workplace blocking ambulances while blocking ambulances in. It's made its way into town here to how in berar if you're blocking if you're blocking ambulance have a word with these Impediments to public health anyway now their literal impediments before they now another standing in the way of healthcare. I mean i don't know what kind of a degenerate you have to be to block an ambulance to mention. That should be a. You're going to jail for a while offense not to mention the very evidence of vaccines working are on the other side of the hospital wall. Where eighty five percent of the people in there are unvaccinated in the covert awards perspective. Very evidence that you need is on the other side of the wall. And you're still out there. Protesting i I have a proposal for any party brave enough to pick it up in the federal election campaign hiding all the vaccine in the middle of stanley park behind the coyote. That's they should have the protest. That's my platform so the only vaccine you wanna block ambulances and all that you wanna boo healthcare workers. We will give you the freedom of choice. You some your buzzwords here freedom of choice to choose the healthcare of your liking. Guess what you hand back your healthcare and get to pay for it. Sure yeah you revoke your right.

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"stanley park" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

07:36 min | 3 months ago

"stanley park" Discussed on The Big Story

"There right now. A local wildlife group is calling for the closure of stanley park to address the spike in coyote attacks. Stay away from stanley park least right now. It's conservation officer. Surgeon gravel is advising the public after two year. Old girl was attacked by a coyote. Monday night several coyotes are believed to be linked to several recent attacks on humans and stanley. Park and there are concerns. The animals have been fed or have somehow lost their fear of people. Stanley park has the most high profile example. But it's not the only park or neighborhood in. Canada made dangerous by aggressive coyotes. In most cases the animals have lived in these places for years going about their business and mostly avoiding interactions with humans. So what has changed. Are there more coyotes or are they just becoming more aggressive. And if so why what. Options to governments have for dealing with the coyotes beyond the obvious one what should the public now in the increasing likelihood that they encounter an aggressive coyote on hike or in their city. Is this a permanent behavioral change or is there a way that we can bring the coyotes behavior back in line and if we can't what becomes of these parks and the people who use them. I'm jordan heathrow. This is the big story. Dr colleen cassidy. Saint clair is a professor of biological sciences. At the university of alberta she specializes in the study of how animals including peyote behave in landscapes that have been altered by humans. Hello colleen hi jordan. Thanks for having me no problem. I'm glad you could spare the time. Why don't you start by telling us what's happening right now. In stanley park in vancouver. But also i understand. It's not just in stanley park. Sure well what i know of stanley part comes to me from the news so similar to what other people know. There's an unprecedented situation going on there. Where there is spend thirty Documented attacks on people by coyotes. We're coyotes have bitten people in the past six and a half months. That's extremely unusual. I have never heard of something. Like that. Happening anywhere in north america previously. But nor have. I heard about the situation. That's occurring in calgary in the last month and calgary eight. People have also been bitten by coyotes. Eight different people so you mentioned that. This is incredibly unusual. How do coyotes normally behave in spaces that they share with humans well normal has been a sliding slope for many years decades really over about the past twenty years sir spin increasing reports from across north america of coyotes in urban areas probably coyotes always danced around urban areas and were seen there occasionally by people. There's a at edmonton. That was known as coyote alley a hundred years ago so it's not entirely new. That coyotes are in urban areas. But they just seem to be more. Abundant and boulder and that's occurring in urban areas across the continent from vancouver to halifax from phoenix. T. l. o. Knife pretty much. Every urban area in north america. That i've heard of anyway has a population of urban coyotes. And that's a fairly new phenomenon. That's interesting i mean. We live in the east end of toronto here and there are certainly some of them that you will occasionally see walking down the street or somebody will put up a sign a warning dog owners say that one has been spotted in this park. But what we're talking about. Sounds like a whole 'nother level. Yeah i think that we are Undergoing a bit of a sea change here and the relationship between people and coyotes in urban areas has been changing for quite a while. i think but It's reaching a point now where it's causing a great deal of concern and loss of a sense of security for people in areas that are really quite urban and quite designated for for people. And in my estimation we've we've reached a bit of a tipping point tolerance for urban coyotes by an increasing. Proportion of the population is changing rapidly. Right now because of these attacks on people particularly when they when they involve children so there was quite a dramatic. One in burnaby was three years ago. Where a toddler was attacked and bitten repeatedly on his head needing something like thirty five stitches. That attack occurred in broad daylight on on the driveway. The family home so not not. Deep in the woods there was attack an attack on a toddler in edmonton last Spring an urban park surrounded by residential areas where people just don't expect that kind of thing to occur and then this most recent attack in the parking lot of the aquarium of stanley park on a toddler. So those situations are examples of the ones people just will not tolerate and understandably so i think so. Let's get to the money question. Then do we have any idea what's causing this more aggressive behavior. Well there's quite a bit of speculation. And i think like many complex ecological situations where there's not one explanation. There's not one factor and there's not even just a some of factors thurs interaction among many factors. So i'll rattle off a few of the ones that i think have created this acute situation recently except for the toddler in burnaby and that animal was associated with food conditioning. I'll come back that that later. These other attacks described the thirty in in stanley park over the last six months. The eight and calgary the The one in coronation park in edmonton last year. They've all occurred during the pandemic. I think that has been a very complicated situation for wildlife. They suddenly had a rapid change in human behavior where everyone disappeared from the road. Send from the parks for a little while then. Suddenly people started to flood into the parks but they stayed off the roads at might really changed movement patterns and it might have really reduced the number of animals that are killed on roads that that's been documented by others. At the same time there was a lot more people occupying a lot more spaces in natural areas. So more coyotes. More people might have created situations of more competition for space. More territoriality by coyotes. I wonder whether there's also been more feeding by people. There is also a problem with a lot more garbage with people using parks and that's set trajectory. That's been going on for years. I suppose but it got much more significant so if we put all of these things together. There's a lot more resources worth defending. There's a lot more people getting in the way. There's a lot more competition among coyotes for territories and more valuable territories. And i think that might be some of what's causing this more aggressive behavior along a continuum. That's that's much older than the pandemic. So in that sense you know there are all these contributing factors but ultimately what we're seeing in these attacks is these animals defending their territory from what they.

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"stanley park" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

06:22 min | 3 months ago

"stanley park" Discussed on The Big Story

"Way that we can bring the coyotes behavior back in line and if we can't what becomes of these parks and the people who use them. I'm jordan heathrow. This is the big story. Dr colleen cassidy. Saint clair is a professor of biological sciences. At the university of alberta she specializes in the study of how animals including peyote behave in landscapes that have been altered by humans. Hello colleen hi jordan. Thanks for having me no problem. I'm glad you could spare the time. Why don't you start by telling us what's happening right now. In stanley park in vancouver. But also i understand. It's not just in stanley park. Sure well what i know of stanley part comes to me from the news so similar to what other people know. There's an unprecedented situation going on there. Where there is spend thirty Documented attacks on people by coyotes. We're coyotes have bitten people in the past six and a half months. That's extremely unusual. I have never heard of something. Like that. Happening anywhere in north america previously. But nor have. I heard about the situation. That's occurring in calgary in the last month and calgary eight. People have also been bitten by coyotes. Eight different people so you mentioned that. This is incredibly unusual. How do coyotes normally behave in spaces that they share with humans well normal has been a sliding slope for many years decades really over about the past twenty years sir spin increasing reports from across north america of coyotes in urban areas probably coyotes always danced around urban areas and were seen there occasionally by people. There's a at edmonton. That was known as coyote alley a hundred years ago so it's not entirely new. That coyotes are in urban areas. But they just seem to be more. Abundant and boulder and that's occurring in urban areas across the continent from vancouver to halifax from phoenix. T. l. o. Knife pretty much. Every urban area in north america. That i've heard of anyway has a population of urban coyotes. And that's a fairly new phenomenon. That's interesting i mean. We live in the east end of toronto here and there are certainly some of them that you will occasionally see walking down the street or somebody will put up a sign a warning dog owners say that one has been spotted in this park. But what we're talking about. Sounds like a whole 'nother level. Yeah i think that we are Undergoing a bit of a sea change here and the relationship between people and coyotes in urban areas has been changing for quite a while. i think but It's reaching a point now where it's causing a great deal of concern and loss of a sense of security for people in areas that are really quite urban and quite designated for for people. And in my estimation we've we've reached a bit of a tipping point tolerance for urban coyotes by an increasing. Proportion of the population is changing rapidly. Right now because of these attacks on people particularly when they when they involve children so there was quite a dramatic. One in burnaby was three years ago. Where a toddler was attacked and bitten repeatedly on his head needing something like thirty five stitches. That attack occurred in broad daylight on on the driveway. The family home so not not. Deep in the woods there was attack an attack on a toddler in edmonton last Spring an urban park surrounded by residential areas where people just don't expect that kind of thing to occur and then this most recent attack in the parking lot of the aquarium of stanley park on a toddler. So those situations are examples of the ones people just will not tolerate and understandably so i think so. Let's get to the money question. Then do we have any idea what's causing this more aggressive behavior. Well there's quite a bit of speculation. And i think like many complex ecological situations where there's not one explanation. There's not one factor and there's not even just a some of factors thurs interaction among many factors. So i'll rattle off a few of the ones that i think have created this acute situation recently except for the toddler in burnaby and that animal was associated with food conditioning. I'll come back that that later. These other attacks described the thirty in in stanley park over the last six months. The eight and calgary the The one in coronation park in edmonton last year. They've all occurred during the pandemic. I think that has been a very complicated situation for wildlife. They suddenly had a rapid change in human behavior where everyone disappeared from the road. Send from the parks for a little while then. Suddenly people started to flood into the parks but they stayed off the roads at might really changed movement patterns and it might have really reduced the number of animals that are killed on roads that that's been documented by others. At the same time there was a lot more people occupying a lot more spaces in natural areas. So more coyotes. More people might have created situations of more competition for space. More territoriality by coyotes. I wonder whether there's also been more feeding by people. There is also a problem with a lot more garbage with people using parks and that's set trajectory. That's been going on for years. I suppose but it got much more significant so if we put all of these things together. There's a lot more resources worth defending. There's a lot more people getting in the way. There's a lot more competition among coyotes for territories and more valuable territories. And i think that might be some of what's causing this more aggressive behavior along a continuum. That's that's much older than the pandemic. So in that sense you know there are all these contributing factors but ultimately what we're seeing in these attacks is these animals defending their territory from what they.

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"stanley park" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

07:01 min | 3 months ago

"stanley park" Discussed on The Big Story

"Neighborhood in. Canada made dangerous by aggressive coyotes. In most cases the animals have lived in these places for years going about their business and mostly avoiding interactions with humans. So what has changed. Are there more coyotes or are they just becoming more aggressive. And if so why what. Options to governments have for dealing with the coyotes beyond the obvious one what should the public now in the increasing likelihood that they encounter an aggressive coyote on hike or in their city. Is this a permanent behavioral change or is there a way that we can bring the coyotes behavior back in line and if we can't what becomes of these parks and the people who use them. I'm jordan heathrow. This is the big story. Dr colleen cassidy. Saint clair is a professor of biological sciences. At the university of alberta she specializes in the study of how animals including peyote behave in landscapes that have been altered by humans. Hello colleen hi jordan. Thanks for having me no problem. I'm glad you could spare the time. Why don't you start by telling us what's happening right now. In stanley park in vancouver. But also i understand. It's not just in stanley park. Sure well what i know of stanley part comes to me from the news so similar to what other people know. There's an unprecedented situation going on there. Where there is spend thirty Documented attacks on people by coyotes. We're coyotes have bitten people in the past six and a half months. That's extremely unusual. I have never heard of something. Like that. Happening anywhere in north america previously. But nor have. I heard about the situation. That's occurring in calgary in the last month and calgary eight. People have also been bitten by coyotes. Eight different people so you mentioned that. This is incredibly unusual. How do coyotes normally behave in spaces that they share with humans well normal has been a sliding slope for many years decades really over about the past twenty years sir spin increasing reports from across north america of coyotes in urban areas probably coyotes always danced around urban areas and were seen there occasionally by people. There's a at edmonton. That was known as coyote alley a hundred years ago so it's not entirely new. That coyotes are in urban areas. But they just seem to be more. Abundant and boulder and that's occurring in urban areas across the continent from vancouver to halifax from phoenix. T. l. o. Knife pretty much. Every urban area in north america. That i've heard of anyway has a population of urban coyotes. And that's a fairly new phenomenon. That's interesting i mean. We live in the east end of toronto here and there are certainly some of them that you will occasionally see walking down the street or somebody will put up a sign a warning dog owners say that one has been spotted in this park. But what we're talking about. Sounds like a whole 'nother level. Yeah i think that we are Undergoing a bit of a sea change here and the relationship between people and coyotes in urban areas has been changing for quite a while. i think but It's reaching a point now where it's causing a great deal of concern and loss of a sense of security for people in areas that are really quite urban and quite designated for for people. And in my estimation we've we've reached a bit of a tipping point tolerance for urban coyotes by an increasing. Proportion of the population is changing rapidly. Right now because of these attacks on people particularly when they when they involve children so there was quite a dramatic. One in burnaby was three years ago. Where a toddler was attacked and bitten repeatedly on his head needing something like thirty five stitches. That attack occurred in broad daylight on on the driveway. The family home so not not. Deep in the woods there was attack an attack on a toddler in edmonton last Spring an urban park surrounded by residential areas where people just don't expect that kind of thing to occur and then this most recent attack in the parking lot of the aquarium of stanley park on a toddler. So those situations are examples of the ones people just will not tolerate and understandably so i think so. Let's get to the money question. Then do we have any idea what's causing this more aggressive behavior. Well there's quite a bit of speculation. And i think like many complex ecological situations where there's not one explanation. There's not one factor and there's not even just a some of factors thurs interaction among many factors. So i'll rattle off a few of the ones that i think have created this acute situation recently except for the toddler in burnaby and that animal was associated with food conditioning. I'll come back that that later. These other attacks described the thirty in in stanley park over the last six months. The eight and calgary the The one in coronation park in edmonton last year. They've all occurred during the pandemic. I think that has been a very complicated situation for wildlife. They suddenly had a rapid change in human behavior where everyone disappeared from the road. Send from the parks for a little while then. Suddenly people started to flood into the parks but they stayed off the roads at might really changed movement patterns and it might have really reduced the number of animals that are killed on roads that that's been documented by others. At the same time there was a lot more people occupying a lot more spaces in natural areas. So more coyotes. More people might have created situations of more competition for space. More territoriality by coyotes. I wonder whether there's also been more feeding by people. There is also a problem with a lot more garbage with people using parks and that's set trajectory. That's been going on for years. I suppose but it got much more significant so if we put all of these things together. There's a lot more resources worth defending. There's a lot more people getting in the way. There's a lot more competition among coyotes for territories and more valuable territories. And i think that might be some of what's causing this more aggressive behavior along a continuum. That's that's much older than the pandemic. So in that sense you know there are all these contributing factors but ultimately what we're seeing in these attacks is these animals defending their territory from what they.

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Coyotes Have Taken Over Stanley Park.

The Big Story

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Coyotes Have Taken Over Stanley Park.

"I'm jordan heathrow. This is the big story. Dr colleen cassidy. Saint clair is a professor of biological sciences. At the university of alberta she specializes in the study of how animals including peyote behave in landscapes that have been altered by humans. Hello colleen hi jordan. Thanks for having me no problem. I'm glad you could spare the time. Why don't you start by telling us what's happening right now. In stanley park in vancouver. But also i understand. It's not just in stanley park. Sure well what i know of stanley part comes to me from the news so similar to what other people know. There's an unprecedented situation going on there. Where there is spend thirty Documented attacks on people by coyotes. We're coyotes have bitten people in the past six and a half months. That's extremely unusual. I have never heard of something. Like that. Happening anywhere in north america previously. But nor have. I heard about the situation. That's occurring in calgary in the last month and calgary eight. People have also been bitten by coyotes. Eight different people so you mentioned that. This is incredibly unusual. How do coyotes normally behave in spaces that they share with humans well normal has been a sliding slope for many years decades really over about the past twenty years sir spin increasing reports from across north america of coyotes in urban areas probably coyotes always danced around urban areas and were seen there occasionally by people. There's a at edmonton. That was known as coyote alley a hundred years ago so it's not entirely new. That coyotes are in urban areas. But they just seem to be more. Abundant and boulder and that's occurring in urban areas across the continent from vancouver to halifax from phoenix. T. l. o. Knife pretty much. Every urban area in north america. That i've heard of anyway has a population of urban coyotes. And that's a fairly new phenomenon.

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"stanley park" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"stanley park" Discussed on Le Show

"For the creatures they calculated the number of dead by the canvassing multiple coastlines including those in west vancouver multiplying. The number of dead animals found in the canvas areas by the total habitat. Size in the c-. The researcher found millions of animals had likely been cooked to death quote. You can fit about two thousand muscles in an area the size of your stove top. He told cbc imagine how many stove top's you could fill it a stanley park. And then how. Many stanley parkes fit into the salish sea. He said referring to a big park in vancouver. Where i've been and i didn't see any muscles there. So dateline line. Helsinki finland's northernmost arctic lapland region is recorded its hottest temperature for more than a century. Ninety two point five fahrenheit during heat wave that's been afflicting the entire country of finland for weeks temperature was measured this week. Offend lands northernmost weather station only one higher historical measurement reported in lapland ninety four and a half ninety four point five which is finland home for classic rock as well. That's an interesting coincidence. A video filmed during the barcelona. Football clubs twenty nineteen tour of japan. Show a star player. Oh that's an apology. We'll get to those later out of that. Sneak in here into news of the warm copyrighted feature this broadcast but now how the bees doing by rather unfortunate coincidence. The largest documented pesticide. Die off of bumblebees. North america killed as many as one hundred. Thousand vos no sense key. Bumblebees mambas moments. Mo- voznesensky to you. This happened in oregon. Eight years ago during national pollinator week. The kill portends a more troubling long-term threat to bees from the insecticide. Dinu teff urine part of the family of neonicotinoids which i hadn't heard of before that particular one. This is according to a retrospective analysis of the be kill published last month by the journal. Environmental entomology our study. The report says underscores the lethal impact of the new nicotinoid pesticide donald deaf dino tiburon on pollinating insect populations in a suburban environment. Yes it's happening. In the burbs by extrapolating the number of dead bees photographed in a given area the researchers estimated the death toll was probably twice the original figure fifty thousand dna fingerprinting of the bees. I don't think they really mean fingerprinting. I think that's a metaphor employed by the scientists indicated. They belong to almost six hundred colonies whose well-being may have been greatly harmed as a result. Even if exposure to the pesticide isn't lethal bees the take a hit from. It can tougher biological behavioral damage that reduces the reproductive levels of their colony. I thought were anti colony now. What happened incident occurred at a target store parking lot. Yes science happens even at a target store parking lot. Ladies and gentlemen this involved fifty-five blooming little leaf linden trees. Tom level trees. Boy you're on it known for abundant flowering the draws bees. They were treated with the pesticide to combat aphids. Another touch of irony about the incident. Was that the aphids posed no threat to the trees but the bees didn't know that they just happened to do it where there were a lot of bs said chairman of entomology ohio state. I'm sorry the ohio state university and one of the authors of the new analysis the organ agriculture department came down hard on the application of the neonicotinoids after ruling the pesticide was improperly applied. The bees could've told him that and now ladies and gentlemen america's longest war. You heard last week on this program among other places. The we skedaddle out of we. The united states get down a lot of baghram air force base our headquarters in afghanistan. The place where we did some torch some torturing to that was left out of the new story about bog roms closing america's first death resulting from our torture occurred at magara well the ap reports this week. The us left bog. Rahm my shutting off the electricity and slipping away in the night without notifying the basis. New afghan commander. He discovered the americans departure two hours after they left on by the way we're gone. See ya afghanistan's army showed off the sprawling airbase this week providing.

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Why Is a Brain-Shaped Blob In Canada?

BrainStuff

03:10 min | 1 year ago

Why Is a Brain-Shaped Blob In Canada?

"Stuff. This is Krista. Sager. lagoons are famous for creepy swamp preachers but in Canadian Park in Vancouver British, Columbia scientists have found something possibly just as outlandish a slimy gelatinous brain blob. Well, okay. It's not really a brain and it's not really even an it. It's a collection of tiny creatures collectively called a magnificent bryozoans or also known by its Latin name as Pectin Tele. MAGNIFICO this colony forms a brain shaped mass can grow to be larger than a human head and I think we can all agree that's a really weird now bryozoans sometimes, they're also called Maas animals there an. Ancient Group of filter feeders. The earliest fossil evidence of one of these colonies can be dated back about four hundred, seventy, million years individually each tiny invertebrate called Zo Lloyd Ken just barely be seen with the naked eye it's only about half a millimeter or about point zero, two inches long. But when hundreds of them assemble, they can glue themselves together with a special protein to form all sorts of shapes, sheets, columns, and even branched tree like structures. Now, actually, fossilized bryozoans are among the world's most abundant fossils as well, and you can find them in rocks originating more than four hundred. And fifty million years ago up until the present, their colonies start with a single zoysia which asexually reproduces until it's got an entire army of clones to hang out with most bryozoans, species live in marine habitats but the one found in Vancouver's Stanley Park belongs in freshwater it just doesn't really belong in Vancouver Canada this August the Stanley. Park Ecology Society held its annual bio blitz a community event in which citizens scientists survey the park identifying hundreds of organisms in twenty four hours in the lost lagoon, which is the parks bio filtration pond blitz goers discovered the giant slimy football shaped. Bribes zone thousands of miles from home. Their usual range is decidedly to the south of Canada and east of the Mississippi River and it turns out. This isn't the first time. A magnificent bryozoans has been found in this part of Canada and nobody can tell whether they're staying either. But why they're there is a different question like with most migrating or these days warming global temperatures might have opened the door of the great white north to these probably ecologically harmless blobs they need a water temperature warmer than sixty degrees Fahrenheit or sixteen degrees Celsius in order to make a go of it.

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"stanley park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"stanley park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Out. Good mor the rest. Of the auctioneer there. Leroy Van Dyke song. Eva. You wrote this next song on a jog, like all of it. I like to call it a run. Yeah, I'm sorry. I just I just inadvertently dissed Eva's pace. She's hauling around prospect is theirs. No, I'm not. I was in the great city of Vancouver, and I was on a run. On a cold December morning in Stanley Park. Anybody ever been to Stanley Park? Beautiful, just absolutely gorgeous City Park and literally on the run. It was a long run. And I wrote this entire song in my head, which I never do, And it's It's very weird when that happens when you sort of write a song in your head, and then I remember walking to get a coffee and sort of singing it and I was like, I think I think it's done. It's just these couple verses, and that's it. And I'm gonna play with the band right now. Scott Stanley Park. If I was not lying. Lining up for yet another difficult putt. See that girl. Something to eat. Man. I have to sleep in. So is this People are gonna stand apart from the Magic hour and now How about some more They might be. Giants won and his town, Teo, the.

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"stanley park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"stanley park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"All had this Saturday evening on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC fifty nine degrees now well showers likely by around daybreak tomorrow and rain during the day could be heavy with thunderstorms later in the afternoon welcome back you're listening to live from here V. broadcast of a show from last November at the town hall in New York City this past you more than the auctioneer there leroy Van **** song you thought you wrote this next song on a job like all of it I like to call it a run around yeah I'm sorry I just I just inadvertently dist eva's pace holing around prospect to Stacey all no I'm not I I was in the great city of Vancouver and I was on a run on a cold December morning in Stanley Park anybody ever then to Stanley Park beautiful just absolutely gorgeous city park and literally on the run it was a long run and I wrote this entire song in my head which I never do and and it's it's very weird when that happens and you sort of read a song in your head and then I remember walking to get coffee and sort of singing and I was like I think I think it stands just these these couple verses and that's it and even play with the band right now it's constantly park lining up for yet another difficult part key Donovan standpoint the magic hour and now the more they might be giants and it is the that but the so I believe that there was this is V. news use it this things yeah later in the show you know I I'm pretty sure this is going to be the first time that they might be giants song has transitioned into a bit of opera.

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"stanley park" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

16:34 min | 1 year ago

"stanley park" Discussed on MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

"A supporter to get access to this exclusive content. And now back to the episode but then it is like that art component. Where you almost can't even put it into words like you look at it and you know that it's right or it's not so for people that maybe don't know how to like match up the leaves and don't know what looks right. That's why like I'm so excited about your book. 'cause they're so visual and I feel like it gives people endless pictures of like. Here's this plant next to this one. Now here's this look and so they can kind of like explore the aesthetics to a link for me the idea behind all of all of that is the hope to inspire to give like almost in a way like you're saying like That that blueprint of this works well together right now right so maybe you can forgive that your home again. If you have the right age for me. It's how do you put out content in a way that can guide someone in the right direction of what could work well in their space and I For this new book while Interiors for me it was it was so I'll opening to walk into these people's homes in in see where they took very design and how they would work foliage in Greenery next to each other in decisions that they were making when it came to Statement plants like what will be the Bay meds. When I walk into the space. I would just jaw drop to the floor and go. Wow back has completely transformed into space and I think for me. That's why I feel and I will keep saying as at while than services such better book that my first book which I'm actually happy about God because I was. I know last face I know my sword being able to talk about other people's stories in their journeys right. I think there's lots of so much more inspiration. I I get inspired by seeing it snow and I think that that's the thing that helps those who are new or dabbling a bit in bringing plant spaces that a squander be dependent on the individual type of I that they have if they can understand what the Chinese care wise finish is going to be the eye of the designer in the creative that is bringing the plants in like what will work. Well what real chance phone so we just talking about Quantity are we talking about quality of what the look of those plants are how how one Leaf from one plant looks when it curls saw around the branch or the leader of another plant how those two things tied together and we were talking about Trying to make a space seeing altogether there's particular types of all these that some people might want to work with like one of the couples in my boyfriend's of mine Woody Lee Morris. Her space has a certain color. Palette of Browns tans whites in an all her plants all seem to have the same sort of palate is low all variegated sorts and in that respect so a lot of cranes in White Greens and grains like darker. Greens mixed together. That was the foliage In itself is a decision. Be made right so so there are particular plants that if you again all stars the light and all sorts of the candies. But if you're if you're able to do that then you can start making bigger decisions like I love the way a derogated rubber tree looks because it has those Keith in green and cream. Who's now that that works. Well with the pillows or the fabric that I have in my couch continues continued that through while my greenery. I that I want to bring only that color Palette McCreery and there's so many plants that had that that trial look and you you can do that. Those that's what you're making like real decisions like just like. I want all of the dining chairs around my table to be different within the safe. You know going on this search all the shops flea markets. They're trying to take out the right little details their work for that particular dining table. That Donnie said that's when the plant Stanley Park. It's really fun now. Do I get to make those decisions and a lot of work? I do know because at right now Dr. Many people want saints ago. Bat In death of it say with a choices being made for their plants. But when I say to meet some of the people who are doing that for themselves. That's when I like I only. It's like going into a museum just looking at a really more like you fully inspired and you want to go home and make those decisions in your space. And I think that. That's yeah. That's the part of plant styling in design and The Corn General. Like I feel like we're at now where we're making real news on every last aspect of home which is so so cool and I know that's something. Our listeners are going to be so interested because they're already like so passionate about design paint colors and all that so adding like this living element. That's sober awarding in so many other ways aside from just aesthetics but then having it be able to be part of that design process is so short quick a lot. A lot of individuals without Goto plant shops or icy shopping harbor. So they're not gonNA have as many options but if they go to their local nursery if whatever they have there isn't probably for the most part isn't the N. Double A. There. You can ask them to order particular plants that you might want so. Just be aware of that as well. Like if there's something that you see you've seen again understanding that you're GonNa go to know that organ that you've seen have the moderate for you if that's what you're looking for your like excited secure definitely reach out to those those shops those nurseries In your home your home state on your city because they can probably order for. Yeah okay I have one more design question then. I want to dive harder into your new book because I have more questions about that but something. I think that you've mastered. That's really is really like integrating plants into the space and helping them. Looks fully a part of the room. I'm specifically thinking of like the climbing plants that you have there like touching things in the room and climbing around there and then Your use of Mir's is also really interesting. Can we talk about each of those strategies? A little bit Again it is the the idea of being able to bring the outdoors in that. Look in when I first when we go all the way back to how I fell deeply in love with the idea of plants in my home or being able to do what I normally do. My indoor space surrounded by plants like dining the net. Cafe that to me. Was someone taking the jungle in bringing it into their home in what I think about. When I'm in those particular tropical environments how plants we've themselves are climb up. Trees are climb up the side of a structure. Whatever it is. That's the bringing the outside in that we're also talking about so. Make your silver pocos. Climb up you're a brick wall of the side of your bookcase because now it's almost as the life bring life is taking over your space so for me. It's it's how do you some people like it. I love this as well as you. Get A bit I guess. What is it elaborate You bring in the for the what is trying to say is when you're thinking about pate. You're painting a wall and you're thinking I just WanNa have my flat alone. Brinson death to this while I'm GonNa give a bit of texture over that Texas Oilman doesn't pattern. There's these decisions that you're thinking about. I think about how if you just had a blank flat colored paint wall now you wanted to add living life travelling. Its way around the wall that that now takes that particular angle of your room more. That wants a different level other than what it would have been. Who is just a flat painted wall with art on it right like? Living Art raving. You're out you're space. That's not normal. That's that's-that's for only four abandoned building or the engineer your facade of a home right so that idea of bringing bringing the outdoors in is now instant when someone walks into your home that is like whoa clients are taking over your house. That's pretty cool. Yeah not even just adding dimension but like adding a whole `nother level of like breathing life into your space is. What's yeah? I love that when it comes. You're asking Mirrors now is important. Just talk whether really quickly based on the idea that if you find that your space has pockets or darkness it's nice to bring in larger. Mir's to reflect light back into those darker areas if you can. Our window is facing away where it? Let's say light shines into that into a spot in your home At a certain time of day. And you're like Oh if I had a mere here it could reflect light back I liked being able to do that to reflect light from from one side of the room so another Shasta amplify the level of light. That's in space. It also makes darker holes or just as areas in your rooms in it creates other windows away like is reflecting back a bunch of light and that extra dimension that you were talking about before it just helps make space more alive and it just it just takes a bit of. I would say like a dead space and makes it Disad just turns it into a more livable. Area reflects more light in just makes it feel better. That is so cool so I want to dive into your second book a little bit because I'm personally really excited because I feel like your first book really reframed a lot of things for me like a lot of what I thought I knew about plans and really just helped me like reshape. My plant parenting strategy but for your second book. Can you talk about like the process like because it is a collection of spaces? That aren't yours that you're kind of guiding people through this like just spaces that have inspired you like. How did you find them in? What was that process like? Really wanting to hear the stories the journeys others in during my book tour for while at home. There were times where I would Talk to some of the ten days. The guests people who are in the plant community. I would say and they were starting to talk to me about what they had gone through and how they started and I just thought that that was just such an interesting idea like just to find my way around the country in even go outside of the country to talk to people who are like minded in hearing what they went through and how it affects them not just in their home and what they're doing like how does it affect how they go about their jobs like did they find it. Like what like what they're doing when it comes to plants and bringing Feinstein is based on what they do in their professional life or has the planets that they brought in change anyway other professional. I just thought it was really important to talk more about it because so many people have the same journeys that I've I've I've had my wife. My wife has had and I wanted to hear more about that and I thought if I want to hear about it. I'm sure a lot of people wanna because you can. You can become inspired by when it comes to finding these folks there were either either folks that individuals or couples or spaces that I had had seen online on publisher and Seen or friends of mine who have known for Awhile and wanted to Here there or get their stories. Because I've already heard some of their stars but to get their stories and print because I thought that it was necessarily want to hear how they went about creating those spaces and a few of them were actually friends of friends who are like. Oh are here working on his book. I have a lot of plants you should you should see. But here's the thing because my passion isn't just plants in space. It's the design of said scraping. Row that a lot of the reasons I ended up in the particular spaces I did was because not only. Did they have a great story behind why they brought in a lot of plants or a great story why they had minimal plants in this space but they had a space that was really well designed they they? They have thought process by everything that they're doing in their space in some to me. That's very important in that something that I think a lot of us. Creators people love plants. People love design are thinking about and I wanted to share that aspect. I wasn't thinking like I needed to find someone who just has a lot of plants like that doesn't get me excited. That doesn't make vibrate like the way someone has pushed a plant. Someone took it. It's really awesome cement cable and then put this crazy tree fern. On top of it year-round it signed me up. I'm love that. That was what was important for while interiors like it needed to really showcase all different types of individuals so not only where we like need to find people who had really wild. I would say design design in general but also plants plants. Loud plants now Also talk to touch on indifference. I would say types of design or thoughts behind plans like someone who is the minimalist someone who is the person who goes blurs lemieux indoor and outdoor because they're allowed to open their doors all the time and they have the courtyard or someone who stuck in a really small apartment..

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"stanley park" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"stanley park" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"We're going to be discussing the steps that you need to take to become the go-to expert in your field helped me welcome our guest today. Iman off Guy Egmont. Welcome to the show allergy and thank you very much for having me on the show. I'm excited to be here. But we were talking before the show. When I sold some companies I actually took the time had a grand Cherokee. It was inspired by Jack. Care Wax Book on the road and I took a four month thirty thousand Mile Road trip in Canada to every province including Newfoundland and Labrador and every major city. And you live in Vancouver. Have to say and cougars. One of my favorite cities in Canada. It is so beautiful. I've been there multiple times Stanley Park. you are in one of the most beautiful parts of the world. So that's an incredible place to be living yet. This is actually a phenomenal city. I love it and I love the weather especially if any sunny here. Yeah and you know. You've got good sailboating Whether it's just you know you've got that Inner Bay area you can go up the inlet at taking the ferry. And so it's a it's a A lot of funding there you know. That is my formal introduction of You. But how would you describe yourself in your own? Words came to introduce myself as you know what I am who I am. I'm a nice guy. Simple Nice Guy who teaches people how to share their knowledge a message with the world and change other people's lives and as a result will the successful business for themselves and that message has resonated with a lot of other entrepreneurs who care about other people's lives and at the same time they want to make a difference in their own lives as well and The come to me and get my message. And they learn about how to share their message and they they go out and they share their message with people changed their lives and and at the same time build a successful business for themselves and they sent that Build Success Academy which is hold about You know having a message that changes other people's lives and positioning yourself as they go to expert in that specific field well. I'm very excited today. Because that's the kind of people you work with through. Let's get into a discussion of how anybody listening today. You know and this is going to be one of those notetaker taker. Kinda podcasts. The steps necessary to become the go-to expert in your particular field or industry but firstly. Let's define the obvious. What is a Goto expert? And how does that help you specifically in building your business and your profits. So the go-to expert is the person that when you need their service or when you are having an issue and you are thinking if you can find a person who can help you to solve that problem right away you think about that. Specific brand or that's fake person came so go to expert can be a brand can be company or can be an actual person Imagine you wake up in the morning? You have headache and you kind of right away. Think about tylenol. You know or do you think about advil at that point. Advil or Tylenol. Tylenol is your to experts for you know for helping you to overcome that you know paint but sometimes you wake up. And you're like you're not the person who takes tylenol or advil your the person who goes to an acupuncturist and you know specific acupuncturist. Who can help you with overcoming pain and headache and so right away you think about your specific acupunctures and you go to that person. So in a way people actually choose different. Go to experts in even in the same field. So one person thinks tylenol. Other person thinks about acupuncture race. But for you as as your job is how to become the person that you become the choice you know how to become the tylenol or that acupuncturist for more and more people and when you can become that acupuncturist for more and more people because you have better service or you have a safer Product comparing to your competitor's and the more you expand that followership of people who know you and trust you and trust your message then you ought to go to experts and you have a big brand and more people want to work with you. I love this so if somebody you're listening you're going okay that that works for me. That's something that I can see. Should be a part of how I define myself and my business so skipping the part about how. You're going to choose your Goto Goto expert. You know what that's going to be for you. How is it that someone is going to get this out into the marketplace? So that the market knows that. You're the go-to expert so the first thing is to recognize what you are. They go to experts on you know. One of the biggest challenges with entrepreneurs is that they cannot choose what they want to be. Go to experts on. I've talked to so many you know business owners who are conscious business owners. They have amazing products that they can sell. They can help a lot of people. They can solve a lot of people's problems and and as soon as you ask them okay. So what can you do for other people right away? They said well we can do everything we can help them with everything. And guess what nobody buys everything. Okay nobody likes you to be the expert on everything. They want you to be the go-to expert on one specific thing. If you become the go-to expert in one specific thing. That's the time that people want to work with you and I always say for example. If you're a general acupuncturists that you can do everything or do you. Become specific. Acupuncture has become a specialist in von Specific Problem. Like let's say diabetes or cancer or headaches or lower back pain whatever just one specific thing and you position yourself specifically on that specific area. That's the time that everybody says you know what even even other acupuncturists are willing to refer clients to you. Because you are the go-to expert. You Have Pacific solution that nobody else has expect except you. But it's kind of hard for business owners to realize that by letting go of everything and just sticking to one specific area. They can actually expand their business. They feel or if I don't do everything then. I'm losing a lot of market but they are not realizing is that by focusing on one specific thing they gain expertise you know they become better than anybody else in the market on that specific area and when you are better than everybody else on that specific area then as soon as people have that specific problem you come to their mind now so. I have a quick question here. Because I'm thinking about you and your branding the fact you've got an information Marketing Academy and you deal in high impact marketing and you're an expert on go to How To beat the GO-TO expert? So those are all related. But but you're putting yourself there in more than one way. So how is somebody's listening today? In the coin okay but I have two or three things. I'm just really really good at. Can someone effectively have two or three things they say? This is what we specialize in Bay B. and C. Now we'll that work. Yes and no so. You want to get focused on one specific area on each of your marketing channels. Okay so for example. I used to have a web design and search engine optimization company before Success Academy and and when we were going to networking events or any other marketing areas if it would stand up and say we have an online marketing company. And if you want to work with US come and talk to. Us would probably get nobody at protest because we've earned three focused on one thing. We were all marketing and that means like a lot of things Kim however whenever we stood up and we said the we redesigned websites that help you to increase your sales from the Internet. Then people started coming to us and then every time they would stand up and say we do search engine optimization and move you to the top of Google then people would come to us right but it would never stand up and say we do web design and Seo so we would focus on one of them at each time but we would talk about the benefits or are unique. Selling proposition of each of these areas can so we would say like. We just do web design design websites. That help you increase your sales from the Internet. So if you would come to us and you would want a a catalog website. We would end design it for you. Okay DABBLES ON TARA. Specialty would probably refer you to a graphic designer. Say to that graphic designers better personnel. But if you wanted to have a website that help you increase your sales from the Internet that lever the guys who will do that and then all our competitors were charging much much lower than us but they couldn't promise that they are going to help them to increase their sales on the Internet because they didn't have expertise on that specific niche market but because we were focused specifically on that then we had our ways of helping people to increase their sales from the Internet. So okay let me. Let me see okay. I understood that Party Mon but then you were also doing. Seo Is that accurate. You just wouldn't advertise it or you would go someplace else and have a video about. Seo but you would in the same video. Talk about websites. You might have separate videos on Youtube on your channel but in one video you would only talk about one area of expertise exactly exactly. Well remember one thing. A confused mind never makes a decision so when you stand up to introduce yourself or when you have a message always focus on one thing came so people. Don't get confused and get as focused as possibly you can and that will help people to position you there as understanding what you actually do now when people would come to us for web design would offer them later on search engine optimization but they were already a client Kim or when they would come to us when we were working maybe we had offer them so many other things but they were already a client. There were the new austerity. Trusted us. Right got you are going outside for putting your message out. You WanNa make sure that your message is focused on. How are you going to handle this on your website? Because let's just use you for example you were doing website and you were doing. Seo or they're going to be Let's say a tab for SEO and a tab for websites what yeah but that that's kind of like what everybody does right so you have for a CEO and you'd have you have a tap for Web design but remember that people are coming to your website from a source right so that source for example. Let's say if you're running at wars and we are running adverts for websites we would have a specific landing page that only and only talks about web design services would convert people to lead for Web Design Services. It would then go to our regular website of corporation website. It would go.

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Vasek Pospisil on Coronavirus Impact, Tennis Hiatus

Beyond the Baseline

11:03 min | 1 year ago

Vasek Pospisil on Coronavirus Impact, Tennis Hiatus

"This week we talked to Varsha Pospisil I wanted to get an athlete perspective. Like so many people in the world and athletes job has suddenly been disrupted and income has stopped coming in competition stopped. They're no longer going to their equivalent of the office and they're trying to figure out what comes next and volcanic was great. He is in western Canada right now. In like so many of us is in this cosmic holding pattern. So we talk about what? It's like for an athlete. Their career suspended and we talk a little bit about tennis politics. As well of course we would not even a global pandemic caused tennis to unite quite the contrary on Tuesday. We got news at the French Open was unilaterally grabbing these dates in late September early October for a hopeful reschedule the twenty twenty French Open This caused quite a bit of consternation in tennis land. We talk about that in a number of other topics so Nice conversation with one of the good guys. Here's Varsha Hospital. We are recording this Wednesday about noon. East Coast time. I appreciate you doing this. Yeah this is strange strange times and I figured we. Can you know you can always talk tennis? Politics Plum. I'm more interested in what life is like for you. How how are you doing? What are you doing? I'm doing okay. I'm while I've I've back to Canada about four five days ago. Came from from southern California. Were Indian Wells and Sonam in isolation basically. I'm I'm staying home. I'm trying to learn how to cook which is not going so well. I'm trying not to go out. And obviously you know it's really important to be to be responsible now especially as the spire spreads and Um so I just Especially for the older population. I mean that's that's the the biggest risk right so yeah very very strange times and very talk times. I mean this is You know not fun right now. That's for sure and it's Think the world's in top place right now in your in Vancouver right yeah. I'm I'm in Vancouver. Yeah to kid. Can you go you know run around Stanley Park? Can you do anything to stay in shape? Yeah you can. I mean there's It's a it's a recommended quarantine at the time at this time. It's not a mandatory one. Ah so you can go outside But I mean I'm only going outside to work to run in the in the park and try not to to make contact with anybody. Obviously because I think right now I said You know until we fully understand this this thing. It's it's important to to kind of make sure you distance yourself from from people so I'm spending about ninety percent of the time it indoors or more I should say and And trying to do work out here as well have been doing some like you know. Sit Bodyweight stuff. Sit ups push ups the in these kinds of basic things to do when I was a kid so Yeah just trying to do what I can. But which is talk. When you're you're indoors all day. Do you have a time in your head? What are you thinking? I anticipate coming back in time. And how is this playing out mentally? No I'm I'm You know I don't think anybody really knows how long it will take. I mean I think it's pretty safe to say that the next couple of months. Are you know pretty much a scratch in terms of in terms of the tennis tour? I'm not sure Novica announcements even unofficially. I'm not sure but I don't see. Don't see that being the case and obviously now we saw the rolling girls changed their dates. So you know clearly they're not expecting Think say improve very quickly either and But at the same time we never know but I'll be very surprised if if if there were any tournament. Thanks next to two months or three months so it sounds like this is as much a mental challenge of physical. One you can. You can get yourself back and playing shape but if you don't know when that next event is gonNA come. It must be hard to mental mentally account for a comeback. Yes it is and and the other thing is I mean it. Yeah it definitely is because we're not we're not used to training are playing without A target in mind in terms of the next competition is either. You're you're not trading because you're injured and then when when you're you know Healed up then you have an idea of when you want to start playing in your training for that in mind. So it motivates you and your training with a purpose right now you kinda feel You know that a anything we do right now could be completely pointless so it's also not a bad time to rest body because the tennis season is so long and we never really get time to rest to rest which is which is also important right so I mean that's that's one thing I'm not really intending are pushing my body too much next couple of weeks for sure and and even so. I'm not quite sure when when it'll be time to push the body. I'll just try to stay. You know relatively Relatively good shape just to be more more so just to be ready to handle handle workload once. It's time to start training so I don't think I'll know that for a while. I wonder if if you guys don't say this is. This is now a sport where you play into your late thirties. Maybe it's a disguised. Blessing that at age twenty nine you. You've got this three month period of inactivity the two up yeah. I mean yeah well in terms of yeah in terms of You know arrests for the body. It's definitely like a good thing To to to have a bit of a break obviously You know nobody. You know you don't want it to be in circumstances like this. You don't want a virus to be the reason you know a global threat to be a reason for that but but But of course yeah there are some some things you can some positives of some things you can take for sure. But but overall it's Not Idealistic Get can I ask you about about income about finances? We all saw that Jovovich and the doll and they deserve every penny they. They've made as far as I'm concerned but some players have the means to To whether this no problem but how our players getting through this with no income source while I mean I. I've been very fortunate. I mean I'm I'm in a difference You know a little bit different position where I've I've been able to save up some money over. The years had good results. So so I'm I'm just in a very fortunate state where where you know. This doesn't necessarily impact me in a very big way. So I'm I'm very lucky in but that's not the case with as you can see with most most people in the world in general and and in Tennessee as well as tough because You know if you're you're not a consistent let's say top fifty player big results or had money saved up. Then you know the players that are outside of the top hundred there there You know I'm sure they're in very very difficult situations. And not just a unfortunate reality and and I'm not really sure what what The tour will will do if they will do anything. I'm pretty sure they're they're working on solutions right now to help those with with lower incomes. help them financially. Because I think you know they're obviously the ones that that that probably needed needed. Most you know having said that obviously affect everybody right suddenly you don't have income and your expenses are always high even though maybe now they're not so much but but Yeah I mean I think I think it affects the tennis world just as much as as It affects you. Don't a lot of a lot of other industries obviously minus atop the top ranks players. That have made a lot of money. Yeah exactly and you're you're right. We should point Mrs something that Every Marriott hotels in every restaurant in the world everyone is wrestling with the same issue at some level I mean have you heard our players sticking with their coaching arrangements? I mean are. You're not probably expenses. But they're still expensive for players. Have you heard about tennis players? Making adjustments there no haven't really Other than just what will you know what I'm doing personally? I haven't really You know I'm not really aware of what what's been going on with the other players and their arrangements in the coaching. I mean it's I think I think It's just kind of a tough tough time. Where were suddenly you know even coaches and physios and fitness trainers were were? Nobody's making any in common But you know I I think it depends on the the agreements that that each player has with their teams individually. So it's I think there's still a lot of question marks that I think will be answered next couple of weeks. I think once you know maybe there's a bigger delay announced for now. The official announcement is still just six weeks of the tour being cancelled which like. I said. We'll be much more on it. I think once not announcement comes up. And maybe maybe there'll be some changes In around the you know the player often and compensation not sure it's a very interesting and Yeah I think we're just kind of thinking on our feet day-to-day and taking it as it comes right now. I mean a week ago. They that announcement came out about a six week. Delay and I think everybody was fairly shocked. And now boy if we get back out there in six weeks it'll be. It'll be a tremendous achievement. For for all of us. I never mind tennis. That will I think get off the very opportunistic. Get back to your actually totally. I mean I remember. Yeah when the announcement I came you know when Indian Wells was cancelled obviously Things have just EXCO. It's so much so quickly since then that that I mean it's it's. It's pretty incredible that week ago. We all surprised by the announcement. The whole tennis world in all the players were like. Oh Wow that's you know that's crazy like that's that's incredible and then L. Let's go on and then you know a few days later. There's just so many cases around North America and accelerated such such a speed that now it just seems unconceivable. That even be any tennis for for next while so Yeah interesting times and and I don't think six weeks is realistic right now. So

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Does Vancouver need to start turning tourists away?

The Big Story

08:01 min | 1 year ago

Does Vancouver need to start turning tourists away?

"Vancouver is a very nice city to visit. If you've ever been you don't need me to tell you that. In fact nobody needs to tell them that in fact Vancouver itself would probably prefer. I didn't tell people that the city's tourism industry industry is booming so much so that rather than ask themselves how to keep attracting guests. The city is wondering how to ask visitors to maybe stay. Stay at a place a little bit Outta town. Maybe go somewhere anywhere other than the marquee attractions like Stanley Park. There's no doubt that ten million visitors per year can do some great things for a cities economy but what Canada's most picturesque city is facing now. Is these same leg that has come for some of the oldest list and most popular destinations and the world. There is such a thing as too many visitors. So how does Vancouver politely say actually were full right now it becomes back later in the offseason Jordan. Rawlings this is the big story. Molly mccloskey is based in Washington. DC and she's a contributor at city lab among other outlets and she Ended up going wing to Vancouver to report this story today. Molly can you start by telling us how you came across the story. Well I love Ann Cooper. I've spent a fair amount of time there and I'm based on the West Coast states states now although still spend a fair amount of time DC. And so I was elected as a media scholar for the women deliver conference which is a massive international women's rights and family. The conference is held every couple of years and this year it was hoover and so as I was coming up to Vancouver I kind of reached out to the Tourism Board and smother contacts in the area and said you know what's really going on in your town that I should know about as reporter a somebody coming to visit. Who maybe want to see something that I haven't seen before? And as as a result of that conversation the person I was speaking with mentioned almost as an aside will you know we. We really don't promote Vancouver much in the summer anymore and I thought that was such a fascinating knitting idea because you know the tourism boards by their very nature. Their job is to bring people to town right. We see that all around the world and the idea that there are some places that are maxing out on what they can with either can or want to accommodate tourism. Wise was really fascinating to me. We'll do you have an idea of the scope of that leg. Just how did tourism do I guess in Vancouver in two thousand nineteen well. The latest numbers aren't finalized. Of course but when I spoke to them they were expecting ten million visitors In Vancouver in two thousand nineteen they were expecting about two hundred thirty cruise ships to come in and of course when you look at cruise ships versus other forms of tourism. It's a little bit different. Because cruise ship passengers don't necessarily stay in the hotels they may be. Don't necessarily elite at all. The restaurants like other drawers might so it's a little bit of a different beast but still I mean two hundred and thirty very large cruise ships Over the course of the year and and up to ten million visitors coming to Vancouver alone is a pretty dramatic flux of tourists. No matter how you look at it is that number increasing generally over the last little while for Vancouver. It is actually and Vancouver. This summer are expected to be at ninety five percent capacity which for the city that means for cities in general that means really looking at how often the hotels are booked how often restaurants overcrowded with the capacity of special events and things like the women deliver conference how many people that's bringing into the city and if the rate of services such as transit ed or taxis or rideshare which has just launched in Vancouver if they can keep up and keep people moving in a even steady daddy non dramatic flow. That was going to be my next question is do we know. Kind of how approaching capacity impacts the day to day life of a city. Yes we do actually and we seen it in backlash Around around the world really. It's it's really a global tourism boom and keep in mind too that so so many cities depend on tourism as a huge part of their economy. Right and so and that goes back to you know when we were all hunters and gatherers authors and then switched over to an agrarian society and really suddenly started having more and creating more than we needed to consume for ourselves cities of always accommodated or expected to accommodate visitors. Four things like trade as they popped up on trade routes and rivers that sort of thing so this idea of tourism mhm has in some way shape or form existed as long as we've had this idea of cities but as you look at places like Venice or Amsterdam or Barcelona where there's just just too many. There's too many people coming to the scene. Few attractions We've seen in some cases like New York City and Ellis island where the tourists worse. That are coming aren't necessarily very mannerly The rise in social media and instagram and and this idea of I need to get the perfect shot as opposed to you. Experience the perfect sunset or visit. The Perfect Museum has also changed the way that we travel and experience the places that we go to keep in mind too. That tourism in general is very trendy so when I was living in Croatia I lived in the summer before Chris joined the EU the summer joined the EU and the summer after and suddenly Zagreb was the hot spot for tourists and so everybody was there and that immediately impacted things like services for residents and the prices of things things and whether or not there were apartments available at reasonable rates or foreign investors. Buying them up all the time Vancouver had a similar instance where a lot of people were buying properties that they were not living in and keeping them as investment properties. So all of these things when you when you upset the balance of a city for its residents residents that occasionally accommodates tourists versus city that is dependent on tourism to support its residents. It's a different dynamic namic and that's something that cities around the world are really having to grapple with as they are seeing more and more people traveling what kind of actual evidence Did you see in Vancouver. Did they tell you about just in terms of its impact on popular landmarks or the city in general. And what have other places around around the world done to curb some of that Eighty million people lined up for the same instagram shot. While if you take an instance like Quarry Rock in North Van which I love northbound I I climbed the grouse grind a couple years ago and fell and got experience Canadian. Healthcare there's ever in Vancouver but if you look at something acquire rock. which was you know? E- community hiking trail. It was a place that the locals new. They'd spend a Saturday and suddenly became. I'm an international destination and so you had very large tour buses trying to cram into parking lots that were really just meant for locals and for sedans the ends Maybe a minivan or to The the trail getting to the trail. There's lots of gridlock. There was community tension. This idea of we're being invaded by people that are not in our town. I feel that way. It caused a lot of tension and so they put in their new parking harking laws or when he finds their overflow areas they would the locals who put up signs that basically said like the trial had is full like you. This is not the day for you to come to the trail head and as a result of working with the locals the team at Tourism Vancouver finally said okay. You know what we agree. We will just flat out not not promote quarry rock at all and we will start promoting other

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"stanley park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"stanley park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The auctioneer there leroy Van **** so you thought you were this next song on a job like all of it I like to call it a run around yeah I'm sorry I just I just inadvertently dissed eva's pace hauling around prospect there's the all no I'm not I I was in the great city of Vancouver and I was on a run on a cold December morning in Stanley Park anybody ever then to Stanley Park beautiful just absolutely gorgeous city park and literally on the run it was a long run and I wrote his entire song in my head which I never do it and it's it's very weird when that happens we just sort of write a song in your head and then I remember walking to get a coffee and sort of singing and I was like I think I think it sounds just these these couple verses and that's it and in a play with the band right now because in the park lining up for yet another difficult time the Donovan.

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"stanley park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"stanley park" Discussed on KOMO

"System we don't want to see people do you live out there and our crews will report you to the state patrol if they believe that someone is drunk aboard any about to drive a car sterling also remind you that fireworks are illegal on ferries and the state patrol we'll be watching a warning for those out on a boat this holiday weekend watch out for the whales to a speed boat operator in the waters off Stanley Park in Vancouver apparently didn't notice every other boat in the area had stopped and turned off the engine for passing pod of orchid marine mammal expert Andrew traits it doesn't appear that the boat driver any heed to or had any concern for those whales both can end up being casualties not only is it dangerous but it is illegal about anywhere close to a whale a record twelve point two million dollar Lotto jackpot is up for grabs tonight and it's been six months since somebody last one Washington lottery director markets clasper says about twenty five percent of the funds go toward state programs are the largest part of course goes toward education we find the access with grants as well as college bound scholarships that that the majority goes to the Washington opportunity pathway and the drawing will be held at eight o'clock tonight score one whose time twelve thirty nine we have an update to a story we first brought you earlier this week mark rip in the former Washington state university quarterback and Super Bowl MVP says that public incident that happened earlier this week with his wife was not a case of domestic violence the update from como score one heck we told you Monday police had arrested ribbon you're in north Spokane bank while his wife Danielle lay apparently injured nearby now in a joint statement published by the spokesman review ribbon and his wife say he did not commit a crime the ribbons were also involved in a domestic violence incident about two years ago which lead to Danielle's arrest the cougar star took responsibility for that one he blamed the change in medicine he takes to treat the brain injury C. T. ribbon has since gone public with the mental health struggles he connects to repeated football hits complex do of.

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"stanley park" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"stanley park" Discussed on KGO 810

"It is pretty busy out there. Now, also getting requests for Seattle. We have a deal to stay pineapple hotel five. Right in downtown Seattle. We've got ten to twenty five percent off the rates for one sixty three night now. We are we are in season. Now in Seattle, so it gets it gets really busy there, too. But if he hadn't been to meant to Seattle, it's, it's a great city lot of fun. You can take the ferries a lot of different islands. Also a lottery, New York. We've got the Paul hotel. We had the steel about six months ago. We brought it back ten to twenty five percents rate from one thirty nine night. Now, the pause in the nomad neighborhood. It's right by Madison Square park in the flower district, great hotel, that people love it the whole area there, and that all mad Chelsea, or is a lot of fun. Thirty nine tonight. Hey your I was your favorite hotel and, and in being? Kobe got the ceremony at a Fairmont downtown. We had the other. We got Fairmont downtown. We've got the twenty percent off the rates and hotels actually called the castle in the city reflects the time. It's luxury in history of Vancouver. Right. Downtown location. You can pretty much walk walk that anywhere. And we've got from mid two hundred dollar night range from one hotel. It's the center of the city and you've got all shopping all up, and you're very you're Klopp skip, and jump to Stanley park which everybody loves but actually, my favorite Fairmont is, is the one down on the on the water the Fairmont. It's the one where you can go in and they've got a dog that you can borrow of pretty amazing. Yeah. A couple of months ago, we're gonna we're going to get that deal trying to get that back because that's a nice place to go. Also, he's right down on the water near Canada place. You look out and there's a harbor and all the planes, coming in and the cruise ships as cool. All right. Yeah. All are really, they don't have that many, but they're all very upscale juries 'cause you got one, right. Near important, San Francisco, we've got those Vancouver. We, we have a hotel. A little we gotta go. We gotta go to Madera county, so hurry up. Remind listeners that if you call and ask to unpublished rates, you can get another ten to twenty sometimes thirty or forty percent rate hotels. Published. Okay. Get your best deal online, and call us Astra unpublished rates. And you can also get even better deal. All right. Go to get a room dot com. Get a room dot com, the telephone.

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"stanley park" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"stanley park" Discussed on The Full 48

"Right. And I'm from Atlanta, Georgia, and I played a cow. So he said, okay. I knew the Pakistani said it's like we went to Washington. So it was like, you know, two hours from Seattle say sell is like two hours from Seattle. Okay. And we were going, but that's the thought, you know, once he got the Vancouver. He was gonna he's gonna love it like I did. And you know, that of course that never. Happened. Yeah. That was unfortunate. And people of this generation, you know, either have forgotten her don't know now that you know, at the time that Vancouver and Toronto came in franchises in the mid nineties. Like that was the thing. It was a big deal like players were really averse to the idea of playing in other country in Canada who big scary, Canada and Toronto. Now, I don't I feel like they don't have that at all like that dynamic that that hasn't. A thing to kids are, you know? I think a my children are so much. There's so more. There's so much more sophisticated in a wear and knowledgeable in connected. Just social media. Right everything. Right. So things don't feel as far away as as they did to to us. You know, I remember again like I remember draft night with stuff on each from Brooklyn. And like you're going you're going all the way to candidates. You know? It was like, you know, all the, you know, three hours from Minnesota where he was going, right? So, but that that was, you know, us at that time. Yeah. I'm glad that part of it has subsided like that that there's no longer this like I say stigma even feels like too big of a word for it. But there was there for for a lot of players. They just didn't want to do it. When you look back just in your Amazon, you take your your your league hat off. Where do you think as a player? It went wrong for Vancouver as a market when you were there because you feel like this was just not going to connect the way that that that guys hoped. No. I mean, I think you know, obviously from currency standpoint American business people, you know, own in a Canadian business, and at that time, I think, you know, the I forget the Loney. Tony was you know, like, you know, thirty percent lower than than the dollar. So if I'm an American businessperson, I'm doing business. You know, every time you buy tickets on losing money. So I mean, I I think it was dead. In regards to basketball, people loved basketball. They still I still see folks with that, you know, at the time we created in hated it. But that -til Vancouver jersey. So I mean, if anything I think it was debt, you know, we didn't really get enough time to kind of build a team. I think our our model building team was different from D'amoto that Toronto took where you know, they built a team and kinda traded picks. And in some cases, you could say they drafted a little better events, and and g MAC and those guys, but they, you know, did trade away, you know, some younger guys to get, you know, veteran guys and established guys where the motto in Vancouver was to kinda build through the draft and Bill younger guys and tape kind of older guys that were misplaced. Maybe that, you know, we didn't you know, are processed in speed fast enough. We weren't good. You know, good enough soon enough that might have been it. But we were you know, it was good. Yeah. Any any particular memories of Vancouver itself? Your experience living down that was that was by far one of the favorite cities of all of us as writers food of the Stanley park. Yeah. You know, Whistler mountain. Granville island, Victoria, kids Lamis, so many just amazing really really, you know, if you don't, you know, people can travel go to Vancouver like, it's awesome. Yeah. It it is so much covering it. As a reporter that I ended up taking my then girlfriend now wife there on vacation when you're because I was like you've got to see this play. It was it was that great. And you got married there. Things went okay. Obviously behind that. Couple of quick was before. I let you go people..

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"stanley park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"stanley park" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Letters now. He's never going to be sponsored by comparison. Well, I bake with it all the time. I think. Yeah. Sit there and complain about my chart yesterday. I want more filling more wanted. Out of the word heard. Yeah. Filling in the reinforced with the grapefruit jelly on top. So the custody is made just like a lemon custard. Like a key lime pie filling. So. Yeah. So you don't have to cook. Anything on the stove just mixing everything into a bowl pouring it into your tart shell and baking it for the little one for delicious sturdy tart JAL are tart shell which. I I like that custody filling jelly tonight's realizing grapefruit to a good, you know, when you can. Blowtorch put sugar on top of absolutely Kevin is it. It's really good. And that's my top three favorite ways to eat grapefruit in a desert setting first of all grapefruits segments. They're the easiest to segment right all the truth there. So. I like to take that then take those segments and just dry them out a little bit. Whether you put them on Iraq in a lowest temperature oven for ten minutes or a food to hydrate it for a little or just leave him out just pull a little bit of that moisture out never heard that. Yeah. And then once you got it was sugar the sugar really clings to it. It doesn't dissolve on impact with the juice, and then you can get a really beautiful caramelized sugar shell on the outside. And it's just and then using. Overlay grapefruit. So simple. Yeah. If you have enough time in your life. You can't just break down all the segments into little almost like caveat Dopp developing can actually take the Supremes and break those down. Yeah. And then you end up with those little Pearl of grapefruit, and you can that. Which is even easier to deal with the Panella, which is. Yeah. Here's another bigger. Where does the ugly fruit fit in that mix? Not messed around with ugly for okay very much. Mike crossword all the time. Former grapefruit or blah, blah, blah, ugly, pink grapefruit, certainly is not ugly. No, I think I think the flavor of finger food wins on all those three different one. Yeah. I really saw delicious. Yeah. And the juice and all that. But big secret of thinking grip food is to not use the peace. Everything into your. It's got a very thick pith. And it's not delicious. If you guys don't if you wanna work with pink grapefruit, you wanna get out get out that zest please invest in a micro plane. I'm sure you guys remember the world before micro planes, but it was awful not so good. Are you saying I remember the micro planes? Remember what I in my early days in in my career have we did not have micro planes. And they changed everything speaking of dinosaurs. I'll just add one thing to your to your segment when no pun intended. When you talked about the Berlin grapefruit, the first time I ever had that was at the Stanley park teahouse in Vancouver Stanley park. I remember that they were famous for their half grapefruit brew laid on the top. And I've used that technique everything so blood orange. Yeah. I trick. You you take a half grapefruit? You burn it. Cameron is sugar. Us good. You burn that. And then you take that. And you squeeze that into your, gene..

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"stanley park" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"stanley park" Discussed on Motor Sport Magazine Podcast

"So if you haven't got tickets, please go and get tickets, that's my plug FRA friar event. I tell you. I mean, it's great the to the actual museum context of museum isn't hasn't been seen by many people because it's a private collection. It's a private McCall museum, but is not open to the public. It's kind of by invite only. So this is something of a world. I this. This is the first time that the the museum exhibits are going to be able to the public at race retro. So if you're Mike Hawthorne fan, get down to Stanley park in Coventry, and and have a look at Niger web web stunning stunning collection. We hope to get him up on stage as well. We'll talk to him about about how come by a lot of these this content. Doug, Nuys, well has written a fantastic personal piece on his memories of Mike because Doug grew up. In sorry. Andrew members Mike remembers actually being what he thinks. He may have been pushed off the road by heat. Like toad of total. But it's a lovely kind of personal personal pace. And then on to the next feature which is. W series, which is a piece on the all female racing series of again like sports something which which might divide opinion, we've interviewed Catherine bond mirror who is the chief executive pint the new racing series and asked her to explain little bit about the business model behind it. And why she wants to do it and Simon she comes across pretty I mean, she's she she's an impressive woman when I met her in tomato. But but she she seems know what you're talking about as well. You conducted into other me too. We'll have spoken to the commercial commercial team w serious about Bishop from lose.

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"stanley park" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"stanley park" Discussed on Ologies

"And so after the experiment ended go, and whose name is derived from her bands, which was green over orange would always like, you know, fly over to me and be like, hey, what's going on not going to get that peanut? And and it was this amazing. I loved my favorite part about it was when I was working I could hear her bands jingle. So I could hear when she was following me around. And it was just like there's I mean just feel like Snow White. It's just amazing to have this wild animal. That's like, I know you can I have some food. That is weird. 'cause you just think that they'd be so indifferent to you. But it's like, but that lady. Yeah. And. And that's the difference between crows on a lot of birds because you can hand, you know, you can train a lot like chicken. I I don't know why pick them, but it took these what what who? Yeah. But you can you know like in Stanley park in Vancouver. For example, there's a or there used to be a place where you know, there's a there's a guy and he'd hand you a little birdseed. And you put it in your palm, chickens would flock to you. Right. Because they they learned that it's okay to feed from people, but they're not discriminating. Among those people versus crows are like you you feed me, and I'm cool with you. And I will get close to you. But not to these other people, and it's just incredible. And the reason I said I used to talk a lot more about go is she cheap died last year. How do you know because because she was banded some when somebody found her body, they reported her and what happened we don't know. Yeah. It was it was the middle of summer. So her body had already decomposed beyond our ability to detect, but she was at least sixteen whoa. So. Yeah, good life. So she may be dead old age. Yeah. Who knows so they gave her a good send off I hope so too. And I I collected her body. You did I did. So I actually I have her bands. Do I have. Probably I have her her bones and her bands and a little box. And I my husband for a graduation present actually commissioned a portrait of her. So I think I'm going to create like a shadow box with her with the picture medicine may feel that the illustration she's an amazing natural history, illustrator based out of Australia. And and so I'm going to have a little shadow box with her portrait, and then her bands because I I like loved the Spurs. Yeah. She was this. I don't know how to describe it. It's just incredible. When you found out. Oh, I cried. Yeah. And I have a whole blog post about saying goodbye to her because she, you know, I did this research because I loved these birds and because she was really close to my office. Like, I said once the experiment was over, and I could start paying gauge with her, you know, in a more casual way in an uncontrolled way, I would often go to her territory when I was just like bent out of shape and stressed, and she would fly over to me. And and I would look at her, and, you know, give her a peanut or whatever I just sort of would inspire me to keep doing the work. I was doing because I was like I love these birds. Everyone needs to love these birds like. I wonder if this is gonna make anyone make a new crow friend at the bus stop. You..

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"stanley park" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"stanley park" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Nicer but yeah so how'd you say downtown hotel gas town area our like by the water where like the olympic or stain ruin you know things are like that for sure but if you're going to be there for a little while you're looking to get into a neighborhood some of the ones that we recommend mount pleasant is where we stayed this last time it's easy to get down to downtown it's easy to get to what we'll talk about is called yeast van if you're into breweries commercial drive is their main street is they're they're kind of they kind of book end on the east and the west this mount pleasant area both of them have a lot of bars and restaurants and shopping yam so definitely really liked that area we i have been vancouver four times in all three times other than the first time in the crappy hostile all three times i stayed in the mount pleasant area and i don't know what just really like it there yet it's it's a nice place we also stayed this last time too we did run at airbnb and stayed a little bit for that in this era called kensington cedar cottage that's a little further south then mount pleasant i you know you're getting a little further from downtown i wouldn't necessarily recommend that area but it was cheap airbnb it was some other places that if you're if you're looking to stay in certain neighborhoods and you're and you're looking at it kit solano is great kit solano has beat the beach right there so you're on the water that's a fun little neighborhood really like it there i don't know if it's going to be your cheapest option but then also you could go out on the west end so west of downtown up close to stanley park that would be a really cool area to stay in to because again you can walk down to two gas down and all that but you're right it stanley park as well so any of those neighborhoods mount pleasant kits lana west end those would be some of the ones that we would recommend staying lots of airbnb is in vancouver so usually you'll have you know a ton of choice ranging from somewhat budget all the way up to.

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