35 Burst results for "Vancouver Island"

More Unmarked Graves Likely at Former Residential School Site

Native America Calling

01:31 min | 2 months ago

More Unmarked Graves Likely at Former Residential School Site

"Discovery of unmarked graves near a side of a former indian residential school in british columbia. A local first nation says it has found more than one hundred and sixty undocumented unmarked graves down carpet chuck reports the discovery on lockett island off. The coast of vancouver island was confirmed by the chief of the tribe. Joan brown the island is small. One was once home to the cooper island industrial school. It was run by the roman catholic church from eighteen. Ninety to nineteen seventy five in a statement brown said we understand that many of our brothers and sisters from our neighboring communities attended the cooper island industrial school we also recognized with a tremendous amount of grief and loss that too many did not return home cynthia. Wesley s coma is with the national center for truth and reconciliation. She says she's not surprised. By this discovery. We have been talking about this for decades and many of these survivors has said repeatedly that their children that were buried that were killed or died of various things and they knew that they were there. Nothing unfortunate thing was that people didn't believe that an hour Evidence that in fact this happens. The penalty at nation is hosting to healing sessions on the island in the weeks ahead and a march for children. One survivor of the school says he wants the provincial and canadian governments to step up to help indigenous people still reeling from the realities of the residential schools for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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More Calls to Cancel Canada Day in Vancouver

Native America Calling

01:23 min | 3 months ago

More Calls to Cancel Canada Day in Vancouver

"At least one. Large canadian city victoria has decided to cancel canada day celebrations on july. The first as dan carpenter reports the decision comes in the wake of the recent discovery of the remains of two hundred fifteen native children at the site of a former residential school in british columbia. Plans have now been shelled for the city on vancouver island to host a virtual candidate a celebration. The decision came after a unanimous. Vote by victoria city council. Instead officials say they will create a broadcast focused on the larger canadian history with guidance from local first nations. The broadcast will be released later in the summer. And focus on what it means to be canadian. Here's victoria mayor. Lisa helps right now. the likud nations are grieving And so it's very difficult for them to come and sing and dance and celebrate context change when those two hundred and fifteen children's bodies were discovered and and they are reeling and everybody is reeling. And so we're all just doing our best to figure out how to move forward. Some residents of vancouver island agree with the decision saying it might be best to cancel the celebrations this year and instead remember all residential school survivors and the victims. There have been similar calls across the country to cancel the national holiday celebrations. Many first nations held ceremonies to honor the two hundred fifteen children whose remains were discovered in may at the site of the former kamloops residential school for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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"vancouver island" Discussed on The Current

The Current

06:04 min | 7 months ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on The Current

"Mental health issues. I think they it. It is an ethical imperative if you look at the stats of what's happening. Who's at risk right now. How many deaths are happening right now on this area of mental health. And then you go and look at the research around. What are the best chances of meeting. These needs if that if we can't connect those dots you know it's like come on. It's there it's right in front of us and it has to happen now. This is like a pandemic it is an echo.

"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

13:20 min | 8 months ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

"Me that you know unless they keep agitating unless they keep hassling. They don't get any answers. They don't get updates but they really feel a level of frustration right now. I have not been able to understand. Really what's happening in those particular cases with respect to the investigations. And whether or not the fact that these people are indigenous have anything to do with. Why they haven't been solved is that. How do you go about making the transition from journalist to independent podcast host especially investigative mystery podcast host. I mean we've talked before and one of the things that you've told me. Is you know the notion of a middle aged white woman. Playing armchair detective is kind of a a true crime. Podcast trope and how did you end up here. And how does that sit with you. Okay so first of all. I will say i do have a sense of humor. I get why people would kind of chuckle at the whole kind of jets lecture murder. She wrote kind of thing. I get that. But i would say you know as someone who spent decades in journalism. I have really good research skills. And i have good analytical skills and i also have the luxury of time. This isn't a daily news. show that i'm doing. I can take the time to you. Know spend months trying to cultivate an interview and as a result you know. I get to talk to people who maybe have never spoken to the police. So i don't have a badge. I don't have the access and resources of law enforcement. But in season one. I would say i made progress in an investigation in a way that was like incredibly helpful to the case i interviewed people who had never come forward before and raise the profile in a way that no crime stoppers video ever could so that lisa marie young's case is like very hot right now and i think that is in large part due to the podcast. I do want to ask you while. I have you hear about true crime in general as a podcast on her because it is i think everybody would agree the hottest Podcast genre and you are frequencies. I true crime podcast. And you know there's a reason for that Which is frankly that that. I think a lot of people find some of the true crime. Podcasts out there A little bit exploitive and not victim. Centric and i wanna ask you about how you approach telling stories like this that are going to be painful. That are going to be nasty and can come across as sleazy. I guess for want of a better term. If they're not done right. I get that for sure. I think for people who haven't listened to a true crime podcast. They might make all kinds of assumptions about what they're going to hear and what it's going to sound like and there is such a huge range of storytelling within the genre that i get why people might think oh. This is going to be creepy. It's going to be exploitative uncomfortable. All of all of that and gone boys is a true crime story. It is you know at its heart. There is a mystery in this story. But i would say it's more than that. It's it's a story about people it's a story about loss it's a story about class and poverty and it's about place you know. I i have people who tell me. They're so happy to see something being said about vancouver island and the people who live here. And i guess the other thing i would say is in journalism there can be a bit of a what i would characterize as like snobbery around people who tell crime stories. You know that. There's this sense that well if you're telling stories about politics or business or the environment. Those are important deep stories to tell. But i would say the same can be true of true crime that you can tell crime stories in a thoughtful intelligent way. And that's what. I'm trying to achieve in gone boys and an island crime in general. It's a fascinating approach to the genre. Why don't Before i let you go tell us a little bit about who will meet in season. Two sketched out the scenario for us. But who are these boys really. Who are we looking for. So start with brandon canny. Who is the first man who the first story that we delve into in episode. One brandon is a young guy. He was thirty one when he disappeared from import l. bernie. His story is really so heartbreaking. He's a teenager when he has a horrible car accident and suffers a terrible brain injury and his life is changed forever up until then he's a basketball player. A star athlete. He's just like you know this. Charming handsome guy leading a great life and then he has a car accident and his life is altered he gets into a little bit of trouble with the law but really he's just trying to keep his head above the water i would say. And he's spending a lot of time walking walking walking. He's out on the road all the time. His girlfriend at the time said he had like terrible headaches from his brain injury and just being out and walking was one of the only things he could do to kind of keep that that horrible sound in his head at bay one day people at the drop in center where he used to come in and check in and say hi notice that he's he's not around and they call his family. They call his uncle who also lives here in puerto bernie and they realize nobody seemed brandon for some time and that was three years ago and so his family just has no answers. And i'll just briefly. Tell you about some of the other guys desmond. Peter desmond is the youngest of these men. He was fourteen when he disappeared. And i met with his mother and his father and his grandmother and his anti and they are all just devastated by his loss. You know his mother recalls like driving down the road. She's out looking for him. She sees him on the other side of the highway and she showed out to him. And by the time you know. She's stuck in traffic on the highway. By the time they turn the car around. He's gone never to be seen again. There's another young guy from that community in henry. He was just a young guy. Twenty five when he goes missing and suffers from schizophrenia. And he can't cope without his medication and yet he's just gone and his father who now lives doesn't live in the community anymore. You know searched the woods along with other community members. Just trying to find in any sign of him but nothing and that community really they. They have mobilized the whole community to be out searching. There's actually three men from that community missing. They've searched everywhere. No sign of these is. Nothing seems impossible to imagine that they could all vanished without a trace and have it not be connected but i guess that's what What will find out and season two. Thanks laura you're welcome jordan. Thanks laura homer host of island crime. You can subscribe to island crime wherever you get your podcasts or at frequency podcast network dot com and if you stick around till i finish my little bit here we will play a little bit of episode one for you in return. I would like you to do something for me. We are launching our first ever big story. Podcast audience survey. We want to know a few things from you. We want to know what topics you like on this show. What topics you don't so if you'd like to help us out head to the big story. Podcast dot ca. You'll get a prompt popping up in your browser you can follow that link. I will be off the show for the next two weeks. I'll be back february. Twenty second in the meantime we have some amazing stories for you. You may know. Fatima siad from her role as guest on the big story. She will be taking over. Thanks for listening. I will see you february twenty-second jordan heath rawlings. We'll talk then and here as promised a little taste of island. Crime season two gone boys. Brandon's mom is a striking woman. She has shoulder length shiny silver hair. She's wearing a pretty scarf and matching cream sweater. She is also wearing a mask. It's the time of the pandemic. Linda gets into the back of my husband's suv where we maintain a distance across the vehicle on my name is linda. Coal brandon's mother. She opens a bag full of mementos brandon and the first thing she pulls out is a flip phone. I brought my old phone. The reason i brought my old phone is because the last message that he sent me was on september the twelfth of twenty seventeen and i asked him if he'd gotten home because he lived about ten minutes away from me so he appeared day or night anytime she was able to do and i was happy with yes. I'm home now. Mom thanks again for the superb roast beef. You have a good night. Mom lobby to excellent. So so that was the last communication that i received attacks from him next. Linda hands me a picture taken. The year brandon graduated from high school. It's a very different image than the one. I've seen on the missing posters. He is a handsome young guy. Big smile thick dark hair wearing a bright red basketball shirt. He was on the basketball team that high school basketball team. He played basketball through junior high and senior high. He was a soccer player. he had numerous trophies. Track and field was extremely athletic. Six foot tall size thirteen feet. Linda reaches in and pulls out a canvas. Make things out of nothing. He painted this the spring of the year. Disappear it's a pretty little painting of a table. Overflowing with fruit and vegetables with the ocean as a backdrop and the sun beaming down on an umbrella. Linda tells me she loves. The sea and brandon pictured her under the umbrella. there is something sweet and childlike about this picture. I asked linda to reflect on what brandon was like as a little guy. He was almost eleven pounds when he was born. So march baby just always on the go love to be with other people very athletic brown cross country. I want linda to give me a better sense of franson. She starts by describing his love of music quite often. He'd be playing the stereo on quite loud and he'd have to knock on his door and say turn it down buddy the people now. We were sort of an average valley. Three boys went to church on sunday. We'll pizza and movie night on friday night. That sort of thing yes. He had some really good friends really nice nice young men and their. I used to call it summer house because the back door would be open in the front door. Beal begins flying through all the time. Yeah that's when he was happiest..

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"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

06:42 min | 8 months ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

"I would like you to picture for a moment the traditional victim from the true crime stories. But you've read and watched and listened to your whole life. What does that person look. Like how does she act. Yes i said she. How do the authorities involved handle that case. What sorts of grisly details are eventually revealed. And how are they presented to you. I will stop here. You probably have a pretty good image in your head right now and that is not to knock true crime stories as you may know. They are very popular among podcast listeners. It is just to get you to think for a moment about how entire genres can sometimes be defined by stereotypes and cliches brings us to today's story. yes true crime story but the victims in this story are men they are vulnerable and they've vanished several of them in recent years from roads across vancouver island. They've never been found. It keeps happened. Nobody has answers and the reason that you've probably never heard about this story unless you live in the community where it's happening while we just talked but the true crime stories. That usually get told. This isn't one of them. I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Laura palmer is a veteran reporter and broadcaster rate. Now she is the host of island crime which launches season two on the frequency. Podcast network on monday. Hello laura hey jordan. Why don't we start before we get to the general topic violent crime and and how you ended up in this business in the first place who are the gone boys so In in this series. I focus on half a dozen stories. there are more but I'm i'm focusing on these guys. For a few reasons. They are men between the ages of fourteen to fifty who have disappeared in recent years from vancouver island and when i say disappeared i mean. They're just gone. They all have a few things in common. And one of the main things is that they have some measure of disability or trauma in their lives and they all are known to be not if not exactly loners guys who spend a lot of time alone and spend a lot of that time walking or biking along the highway on vancouver island and so while there are a number of other men currently missing on vancouver island. These are the men that i focused on in the series men. Who have those things in common. Why did you tell the stories of those men in particular. So i learned. Crime is something. I started last year and in the first season of violent crime i was telling the story of a young indigenous women who had gone missing from the community of nanaimo in two thousand in two and in my research on her story i joined a number of different groups here on the island of that are focused on crime and missing people and that sort of thing and once i was part of these communities. I noticed number of people asking the question. Why isn't anyone talking about the missing men. Where are the missing men. And this was something. I saw popping up in virtually every group i was part of and so of course i was curious about those stories and when i started digging around i found that sure enough there were these cases out there that had received really very little attention there. Was you know one or two stories that had been written about these cases. But you know with some of these men. There hadn't even been a single story done and some of these guys aren't even Featured on the rcmp's website. So i felt like there hasn't been much attention. Paid and i guess the other thing i would say on. This point is You know i. I was a journalist in vancouver in the late. Nineteen ninety s when women were going missing from vancouver's downtown eastside. And i remember a similar kind of thing happening where people from the downtown eastside community family and friends of these women. Were you know trying to get people to pay attention and what was happening. Was the you know the police the authorities were saying. Look these women. are you know leading lifestyles. That are chaotic. And there's nothing unusual about them being missing being off the grid and so police the public the media were all kind of not paying attention and so similarly with these is. I feel like there really hasn't been the focus on their stories because people look at them and say well you know. They have a mental illness. Some of them. Are you know at times homeless. Is it really that unusual for them to just wander off. Why should we care. I want to dig a little deeper on that because you made a great point about The missing women in vancouver I'm speaking to you from toronto Where we had a a similar problem in the community was trying to get police attention for years For men that were going missing in the village and nothing happened until we eventually realized that there was a serial killer on the loose now. I'm not making any assumptions about what's going on in the story of your missing men but why.

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"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Laura palmer is a veteran reporter and broadcaster rate. Now she is the host of island crime which launches season two on the frequency. Podcast network on monday. Hello laura hey jordan. Why don't we start before we get to the general topic violent crime and and how you ended up in this business in the first place who are the gone boys so In in this series. I focus on half a dozen stories. there are more but I'm i'm focusing on these guys. For a few reasons. They are men between the ages of fourteen to fifty who have disappeared in recent years from vancouver island and when i say disappeared i mean. They're just gone. They all have a few things in common. And one of the main things is that they have some measure of disability or trauma in their lives and they all are known to be not if not exactly loners guys who spend a lot of time alone and spend a lot of that time walking or biking along the highway on vancouver island and so while there are a number of other men currently missing on vancouver island. These are the men that i focused on in the series men. Who have those things in common. Why did you tell the stories of those men in particular. So i learned. Crime is something. I started last year and in the first season of violent crime i was telling the story of a young indigenous women who had gone missing from the community of nanaimo in two thousand in two and in my research on her story i joined a number of different groups here on the island of that are focused on crime and missing people and that sort of thing and once i was part of these communities. I noticed number of people asking the question. Why isn't anyone talking about the missing men. Where are the missing men. And this was something. I saw popping up in virtually every group i was part of and so of course i was curious about those stories and when i started digging around i found that sure enough there were these cases out there that had received really very little attention there. Was you know one or two stories that had been written about these cases. But you know with some of these men. There hadn't even been a single story done and some of these guys aren't even Featured on the rcmp's website. So i felt like there hasn't been much attention. Paid and i guess the other thing i would say on. This point is You know i. I was a journalist in vancouver in the late. Nineteen ninety s when women were going missing from vancouver's downtown eastside. And i remember a similar kind of thing happening where people from the downtown eastside community family and friends of these women. Were you know trying to get people to pay attention and what was happening. Was the you know the police the authorities were saying. Look these women. are you know leading lifestyles. That are chaotic. And there's nothing unusual about them being missing being off the grid and so police the public the media were all kind of not

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Men have vanished on Vancouver Island. What happened to them?

The Big Story

04:03 min | 8 months ago

Men have vanished on Vancouver Island. What happened to them?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Laura palmer is a veteran reporter and broadcaster rate. Now she is the host of island crime which launches season two on the frequency. Podcast network on monday. Hello laura hey jordan. Why don't we start before we get to the general topic violent crime and and how you ended up in this business in the first place who are the gone boys so In in this series. I focus on half a dozen stories. there are more but I'm i'm focusing on these guys. For a few reasons. They are men between the ages of fourteen to fifty who have disappeared in recent years from vancouver island and when i say disappeared i mean. They're just gone. They all have a few things in common. And one of the main things is that they have some measure of disability or trauma in their lives and they all are known to be not if not exactly loners guys who spend a lot of time alone and spend a lot of that time walking or biking along the highway on vancouver island and so while there are a number of other men currently missing on vancouver island. These are the men that i focused on in the series men. Who have those things in common. Why did you tell the stories of those men in particular. So i learned. Crime is something. I started last year and in the first season of violent crime i was telling the story of a young indigenous women who had gone missing from the community of nanaimo in two thousand in two and in my research on her story i joined a number of different groups here on the island of that are focused on crime and missing people and that sort of thing and once i was part of these communities. I noticed number of people asking the question. Why isn't anyone talking about the missing men. Where are the missing men. And this was something. I saw popping up in virtually every group i was part of and so of course i was curious about those stories and when i started digging around i found that sure enough there were these cases out there that had received really very little attention there. Was you know one or two stories that had been written about these cases. But you know with some of these men. There hadn't even been a single story done and some of these guys aren't even Featured on the rcmp's website. So i felt like there hasn't been much attention. Paid and i guess the other thing i would say on. This point is You know i. I was a journalist in vancouver in the late. Nineteen ninety s when women were going missing from vancouver's downtown eastside. And i remember a similar kind of thing happening where people from the downtown eastside community family and friends of these women. Were you know trying to get people to pay attention and what was happening. Was the you know the police the authorities were saying. Look these women. are you know leading lifestyles. That are chaotic. And there's nothing unusual about them being missing being off the grid and so police the public the media were all kind of not

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Cold front brings chance of lowland snow early next week to Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

02:47 min | 8 months ago

Cold front brings chance of lowland snow early next week to Seattle

"Dark skies overhead. But if you look up, it's nice and story for most of us if you don't have some fog in the way by now, temperatures currently in the thirties for most of western Washington, so we've dropped back quickly because of the lack of cloud cover a nice, steady barometer. Look at that high humidity that was signed that there's a lot of moisture looking around out there, and at times it's gonna Start to grow into a little bit of fog for US satellite radar picture shows the clear skies that most of the region is enjoying tonight. And actually when it's story like this, especially on a winter's night, and especially when we've had days on end of rainfall, it's still sitting in the soil there. It coaxes it back out in the form of some fog. So that's gonna be an issue for some of us early tomorrow morning Temps right now, primarily thirties, although Bremerton pretty stubbornly hanging onto that 40 and Port Angeles at 41. Noticed a coma is the cold pocket there. It recorded the only 31 degrees and you can see that's exactly where we have some of that fog growing in Pierce County, so the two can combine forces there, join up to give you the freezing fog in the black eyes. You see fog here overnight. I just count on the fact that it's probably also slippery. So the big weather maker right now high pressure building in over the West Coast. Of course, it's caused all kinds of trouble across California with those gusty winds and the High fire danger in the bay Area and back into L. A. Given that it's January. It's a bit unusual, but that's how it's shaking out. We also have these warmer easterly winds for one more day tomorrow and then as we head into the afternoon to see the increasing clouds over Vancouver Island, Little bit of rain there on the west side of the island to ultimately that sensor for the rest of us as we head into the middle of the week. So with that overnight tonight, we drop into the thirties, especially concerned about Pierce County because of the fog in the freezing fog. It won't last long will burn through it pretty quickly. We've got a terrific Tuesday for you. It looks a lot like today. It will be a little bit breezy in the foothills and noticed that warmth The easterly winds tend to warm up even clone is across so you'll be closer to 50, whereas the rest of us will make it just into the mid forties. Breezy easterly winds coming through the strait in the morning as well to the tune of about 15 to 25 MPH. Will also come down slope from the Olympics and that tends to warm up on the way down. So forks he end up in a gorgeous 51 eastern Washington not benefiting from the East delays, in fact, so still that the false starts to become an issue again for some pockets, including the Yakima Valley at 43 up over the Cascades. It was fantastic of the ski slopes this afternoon. Why not do it again tomorrow? Loads of sunshine temps back in the thirties and all of our resorts by Wednesday that remember on the future cast Tuesday. We started Cloud NEP over Vancouver Island that rolls into western Washington Wednesday into Thursday breaks just a little spring collection. Compared to what we had earlier in the month. This is a really weak disturbance. But then we start really losing our warm Sunday and Monday. That's the best chance for some spotty lowland snow. It looks like we get cold just while we lose our moisture but at least an inch or two possible in some of the foothills by early next week.

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Clean Slate with Todd Harrison

The Bible Says What!?

05:40 min | 10 months ago

Clean Slate with Todd Harrison

"Hello this is todd. how can you hear me. Okay i can. I can welcome back. Mr todd harrison. How you doing man. I'm doing good. How about you fantastic fantastic and all surviving staying indoors. Yeah good for you. Yeah that was blocked at netflix and amazon. Or sky man. Yeah amazon's doing real well to absolutely a generics anyway. So let's see here last time we talked. I don't even remember what we talked about. Maybe a little postles maybe a little bit of what you believe Let's just go ahead and start fresh like nothing ever happened. Because i can't remember the word of event sounds good to me. Why don't you go ahead and start off by giving giving us a brief description on why you are a christian at this point in time and how you got to it okay. Sure well. I grew up in in nominal church That was more littered surgical and then then alive and so when as a teenager. I just rejected it locked away. God was irrelevant to me I i i wouldn't say totally disbelieve. But i i can't say i believed in god can't and in fact i i did try. I tried hard to To not believe i. I went into science and university and You know as young person that has a huge effect on you because you kind of that We used to say tabula rasa. You're a blank page. So you kind of go into that. So in my particular university was was kind of radical so at some of the radicals that got kicked out of the states in the late sixties and early early seventies ended up in regina my home home university. Yes so i. i thought it was leaning to marxism. I got involved in transcendental transcendental meditation to kind deal with anxiety And i was a science majors. So i was definitely evolutionist All of those things. All of those things. And so i said to my girlfriend. One time i said. I said you know we're just we just animals. You know we live we dying and that's it it's over right. And so she just burst she just burst into tears in in cried for a while and so i decided not to bring that up again. So anyway We kind of had a long term relationship Actually a number of years five and it kind of came to a point where we had to do something about it and I entered. I went into education i entered. I did not have a good internship. I didn't know it at the time. But i'm adhd and there was no such diagnosis in those days. So so now. As i've been an educator for almost forty years but Apart from god that would never happen. But anyway. my internship. Your your You can't think linearly your executive functions are limited But you have a great imagination. So i used to start my homework about midnight. Eleven o'clock till four in the morning then go to school. So that wasn't a good pattern but anyway that's all. I got to university. But i i walked out. I went back for my last semester. And i i walked. I was there two weeks. And i said i'm done with this I was three months short of a double degree. And i just packed in and walked out and i took a job. I said i'm going to get a real job. And i took a job in a on a seismic crew. If you know what that is that's oil exploration and I was stationed in the arctic on an island in the arctic ocean called island. Yes so i kinda jumped out of the front pan into the fire and Yeah that was really interesting. Yeah so so. I flew up. I'd had a couple of friends who've done it before. And they told me what to wear. And so what the by. So i was prepared but i tell you the guy got off the plane and i saw those guys out there. The wind was blowing. It was like fifty below february. And they're out there unloading the plane. And i'm going my god. How can you work in the eight o'clock the next morning up there. It was actually. It was a good experience. I actually did two seasons but what did happen Gonna had my girlfriend got mad. Because i never discussed it with her so after five years i should have talked about it. She got mad and she moved out. She said well i'm gonna move to. Though she moved out to the west coast of vancouver island she was a nurse and she took a job nursing there so so our plan in money up north. She's gonna earn money there then. We're going to backpack europe. Because you know it's the seventy so. That's you

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First 'murder hornet' nest in U.S. destroyed in Washington

News, Traffic and Weather

04:32 min | 11 months ago

First 'murder hornet' nest in U.S. destroyed in Washington

"Asian giant hornet that invaded the U. S detected here in our state a few months ago in Markham County there last week confirmation, of course, the nest found they plan to eliminate it. And they did now, the question. To find a queen in that is there more queens are more nests by the size of a basketball contained an estimated 100 to 200 Hornets. Lot of beekeepers around Puget Sound. I know what many musicians for Bee keepers some radio people. Todd Meyers is the environmental policy director of Washington Policy Center. He's a beekeeper. He shared some knowledge and everything he's been looking at here with their murder Hornet. And talked with talk show host John Carlson of our sister station 5. 70. K V. I. He started the conversation with the capture of the live be where they used the dental floss to tie a tracer device to it. So as a flew back to the nest. Yeah, So you talked about them, tying the transmitter. There is a photo of the person who was doing that with bare hands. Squeezing the hornet on and tying it on. Just for context. If my bees decide they're grumpy at me, and I get stung about 100 times. It will be very unpleasant. But I will live. Um The Asian giant Hornet. If you get stung 5 to 10 times, it will kill you. So that gives you a sense of how dangerous they are. And so you know, whoever is being paid to hold on to one of these with their bare hands and tie on the transmitter. Is brave and probably not being paid enough. So that gives you a sense of the challenge of not just finding them, but then eradicating them because they are very dangerous. Okay. They're about twice the size of a normal hornet. Where they native to because there aren't native to here. There They are called the Asian giant Hornet. For a reason. They come from China. They're in Japan on DH. They we suspect that they came over on some sort of agricultural shipment where they hit out. The first ones were actually found on Vancouver Island near Victoria on DH. Then they have spread and so they were found in Watkins County. Andrei, Let me ask you this flat out. If they didn't get them all. And the murder. Hornets survives. What changes Ah one people need to be more careful nest because they're very dangerous beekeeper who will have to figure out a way to protect Their hives. So they come up with strategies. You know, Like I said, this in Japan and elsewhere for a while, and so there are strategies to deal with him. In fact, State Department of Agriculture talked with lots of people in Japan who have dealt with these toe learn how to deal with them here, But things will change for people and for, um Beekeeper's so But I also think you know that that we will learn how to more effectively fight them and eradicate them. So, um I think we're just We may be just the beginning. But like I said, they've learned a lot in doing this and how to be effective and hopefully they can get more effective time. Couldn't they wipe out Washington's bee population, which has already faced several threats and has, you know managed to prevail. But would wouldn't murder Hornets me? Aren't they? Like you know an invasive thiss fish species? Sometimes you know that that can do terrible damage to native born. Yeah, there's there's no doubt that it's one more threat. I would say at this point, it's still just a threat. The other thing is that I think the University of Washington maybe Washington University, rather was a great beekeeping program, did a model and found that their range would really be sort of along the coast. Down to mid organ wouldn't go beyond that. Because the habitat is just not suited for them in the climate and other things like that, so they are very serious problem, But it's not at least from their modeling doesn't indicate that it would even go to the whole state or the whole country. And and I should point out that they don't pollinate. They don't make honey, right. I mean, you know, like yellow jackets and things like that, that occasionally I see a dead bees on the front of my hive. Yellow jackets have come and killed. So it's It's a similar sort of thing.

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Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:32 min | 11 months ago

Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE

"Already, one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. Chris, introduce yourself a what's going on. Dwayne, thanks for having me on this show. My name is Chris Obviously. As DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. coast. Of Canada a right. So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. Loved it. I thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. You, know I played sports I had I. You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. But I was constantly complaining about how they're. I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. So at early age, you know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. I found right away. The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But the most willing to go back out and do it again, and that's sad as powerless as it gets. When you know I, just I hate doing it but right away, I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. So I started smoking pot to in addition to the alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. So that was a big part of as wall. I struggled with social anxiety as well, and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, and so this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and through all this I found a love for hip hop music. I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was lyrically the average hip hop. Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. Other Genre Newsweek, and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. It didn't matter what it was. Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and having been expelled. There were two things. One was positive. It was the music and one was negative. It was the substance abuse

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AI Tries to Save the Whales

WSJ The Future of Everything

09:11 min | 1 year ago

AI Tries to Save the Whales

"We head to the Pacific northwest to understand the obstacles that confront these endangered orcas and how researchers are using artificial intelligence to help orcas and humans to coexist. WHAT HAPPENED TO J thirty five or Tala wasn't an anomaly the southern resident cavs have been struggling to survive for some time they've been listed as endangered in both the US and Canada since the mid arts. But their numbers continue to fall in two, thousand five there were eight. Now there are just seventy two in the wild one lives in captivity. Their home waters in the sailor, see an elaborate network of channels that span the coasts of Seattle Vancouver from Olympia Washington in the south to the middle of Vancouver Island British Columbia in the north. The see encompasses puget sound the Strait of Georgia and the Strait of Juan De. FUCA. Much of it is rich in natural beauty and teeming with wildlife with rural shorelines backlit by tall evergreens and craggy. Hills. It's a magnet for nature lovers who crave inactive lifestyle, but the Pacific northwest has been getting crowded these paths few decades with people competing for space with the local wildlife as of two thousand twenty. Washington's population was nearly eight million and Vancouver's topped out at about two and a half million and is projected to grow. It's become a busy place. So you see things like Bald Eagles nesting next to satellite dishes in busy parking lots. Big. Ravens Beg for food next to cold press coffeeshops commuters hop on ferry boats here like people in other towns take the train or the car. On these trips they can sometimes spot the southern resident orcas milling about but a lot of the time the orchestra framed by ferry boats or container ships. The area's ports are growing along with the population. In twenty eighteen Porta Vancouver ship activity reached a record high and the port is undergoing numerous expansions. Increased. Commercial ship traffic on top of recreational boat activity is one of the biggest threats facing the whales that live here. This traffic causes numerous problems ships pollute the water, and they're loud under the waves. As we're about to find out the ocean is getting crowded and noisy, and it's negatively impacting the whales. Dr Lance Barrett Lennard is the director of the Marine Mammal Research Program at the Vancouver Aquarium. There's also a lot of heavy vessel traffic that comes in some of the going to the port of Vancouver some of the going to the port of Seattle unfortunately both both major west coast ports. have their roots running through. Southern Resident Critical Habitat. But the obvious problem he says is that more boats increase the chances that Wales will get hit. especially, if the boats are going fast. Whale is far less likely to be hit by ship that's running slow, and if it's running less than ten knots, a good chance to survive even if it is hit, that's just the facts. So regulators started issuing slowdown directives, it few areas these slowdowns are mandatory, but in the Pacific northwest or the orcas live, they remain mostly voluntary. Mariner say they want to avoid the ORCAS but there are business conflicts John? Berg. Is With Pacific, Merchant Shipping Association a Trade Group that represents about thirty shipping lines that do business along the Pacific coast. For a lot of ships. Schedule Integrity. Is. Paramount. and. So they need to be at a certain port at a certain day in a certain time. And so planning is essential especially since coming in late can mean higher fees and lost revenue. Mariners go back and forth about how quiet ships they talk about things like reducing noise by finding optimum speed or by retrofitting or upgrading vessels with more efficient quieter parts. They even say that in some cases slower vessels. Moore of Iraq. Now to researchers, this is a settled question, the faster ship the louder the ship. And it's the noise that is even more detrimental to the ORCAS than ship. Strikes. The underwater cacophony is mostly generated by ship's propeller. It releases vapor filled bubbles. ORCAS like all CETACEANS rely on echo location to communicate, made and find food. For ORCAS, it's how they find salmon as the ORCAS chase salmon they make clicking sounds that they send out into the ocean. The click then bounces off of the salmon and creates an echo, and that's how they know where the salmon are underwater noise pollution specialist. Dr Lindy Wildcard is an adjunct research associate at Dalhousie University in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. CETACEANS are particularly vocal of the US sounds to find their prey actively using bio sonar. And the various noise sources that humans put into the ocean can affect. Wales and that they are masked, that is the sounds of interests are obliterated by by US adding this sort of acoustics smog of of noise so they can't hear as well. You can actually hear the masking that wildcard is talking about listen to this underwater recording of northern resident orcas who have different dialects from their neighbors, the southern resident or is this recording was provided by Orca lab a nonprofit research center based on Hanson Island near British. Columbia. Canada. Those. SQUEALS ARE ORCA calls. Here's what happens if you overlay their calls with recording of the ship underwater. It drowns out the ORCAS squeals. All you hear is ship noise. That's because the sound created by the ship is at the same high frequency ranges the ORCAS. It's kind of like being at a dinner party where people are talking over each other. But for the ORCAS, the increased sound means they'll lose their seat at the table. If the ORCAS can't hear themselves they can't hear the seminar and so they can't find food. And that can have far reaching impacts that affect the entire population. Their stress hormones can increase. with, noise with the seismic Airgun sounds they also reduce their vocalisations to the point of sometimes falling outright silent, which means they can't communicate with each other and that probably affects mating. If mayors could know where the ORCAS are. They could try to avoid that part of the ocean or at least slow down. So their engine noise doesn't drown the ORCAS OUT Ideally. They'd only have to go slow when the orcas were in the area, but it can be hard for ship captains to confirm where the whales are in fog rain or even under normal circumstances ship captains can't always see them they often miss them. So some conservationists along with the Canadian government installed underwater hydrophones in the Salish Sea along the coast of British Columbia near known ORCA HABITAT, they wanted to be able to track the ORCAS through their echo location calls. But remember how it works. Sound was drowned out by the ship's well, it's not just hard for the orchestra here. It's hard for the humans to. It can take people a long time to listen to all those recordings figuring out what is well sound, and what is this ship fish or other marine life sounds the orcas make noise at all hours of the day and night, and all of that sound even that record overnight has to be listened to by someone. Up. Next. How artificial intelligence can help speed this process up? And maybe find a solution for both the ships and the whales.

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Google AI Tries to Save the Whales

WSJ The Future of Everything

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Google AI Tries to Save the Whales

"Washington state and southern Vancouver Island are home to a distinct population of killer whales called the southern resident orcas. Black. On top with contrasting white I and saddle patches each has its own distinctive markings. From may through October tourists flock to this region to see the southern residents revered for their social nature and strong family ties offspring remain with their mothers for all of their adult lives. But, lately, those lives are being cut short. cavs are dying before they're born or shortly afterwards. The plight of one mother Orca and her calf captured global media attention a few summers ago. Marine biologists are keeping a close eye on an endangered Orca off the waters around the southern Gulf islands. Named Talla J. Thirty five to researchers her calf lived only about thirty minutes but instead of letting it fall to the ocean floor Tala carried the dead calf pushing it around with her nose for an unprecedented amount of time and hundreds of miles researchers say the whales are known to grieve, but never for this many days Orca known as j thirty five is still carrying her baby seventeen days. Later, the mother is going through a deep grieving process, but since then the mother has been getting weaker and weaker as choice to carry, it's dead offspring above the water assigned, she may be experiencing difficult and complex emotions not so unlike our own. Scientists believe calf died of starvation. The incident was well documented by researchers like Paul Cotterell with the Department of fisheries and Oceans Canada. I was out for the whole two weeks and it was very very emotional to see. Just, that bond and hell mum was just so they're reluctant to to let go of the calf. Cattrall knows these whales well, he and other researchers have been closely documenting all three southern resident family pods known as J K and L. The DFO for twenty, three years these animals are photographed in did. All of them every year. So we know. All the animals and we also know. When calves are born and went animals die. So this population is a very well studied in very well understood. Researchers know that the ORCA food supply Chinook salmon is becoming smaller in size and there are fewer salmon being born mostly because of overfishing. And the wheels are having more trouble finding the salmon that is still around because of a dramatic increase in ship traffic in this area. Perhaps, the biggest challenge, these marine mammals face. From The Wall Street? Journal. This is the future of everything. I'm Janet. Baben today on the podcast. We head to the Pacific northwest to understand the obstacles that confront these endangered orcas and how researchers are using artificial intelligence to help orcas and humans to coexist. WHAT HAPPENED TO J thirty five or Tala wasn't an anomaly the southern resident cavs have been struggling to survive for some time they've been listed as endangered in both the US and Canada since the mid arts. But their numbers continue to fall in two, thousand five there were eight. Now there are just seventy two in the wild one lives in captivity. Their home waters in the sailor, see an elaborate network of channels that span the coasts of Seattle Vancouver from Olympia Washington in the south to the middle of Vancouver Island British Columbia in the north. The see encompasses puget sound the Strait of Georgia and the Strait of Juan De. FUCA. Much of it is rich in natural beauty and teeming with wildlife with rural shorelines backlit by tall evergreens and craggy. Hills. It's a magnet for nature lovers who crave inactive lifestyle, but the Pacific northwest has been getting crowded these paths few decades with people competing for space with the local wildlife as of two thousand twenty. Washington's population was nearly eight million and Vancouver's topped out at about two and a half million and is projected to grow. It's become a busy place.

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"vancouver island" Discussed on The Current

The Current

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on The Current

"In my I tell my boys every day. No be grateful for what you have. Because your mother, we came from very very difficult backgrounds and we had to survive. You have to fight. The cloth everything that we have and you. We teach voice to be very grateful for what they have Life compared to Chicago to island is quite different. My as my sons, they have every resource within a snap a finger. They can walk down a hill. They can go to a ymca to go swimming to work out. They can go within walking and go to a beach. We have a new bike park mountain bike pats. In Chicago when I was a kid, I had none of that. There are no resources in my community. There's no library no housing. It was terrible. No infrastructure, no pools, no sports teams. We had nothing. We figured out and Vinnie for ourselves. That leads to the protests that we're seeing Chicago's very divided city. We were talking about this earlier this week. Between White Communities and black communities, and that few fuel some of the protests that we're seeing right now you, do you. As somebody who has deep ties in the city do see a moment of optimism for change in what's going on right now. It's kind of A. Very tough to be optimistic because you know. Every so often. You know we're at these marches. Where these protests again they just reverts back to the original state. You know you just mentioned Chicago being segregated. It's one of the most segregated cities not only in the united, states, all the world the neighborhood I lived in I live right across It's called the bridgeport and the Canary Bill, and it was separated by train tracks, and that's when you walked over to the white neighborhood. Remember certain occasions, my mother had to walk through and she. She was chased. You know I had friends that lived over there and the one thing that brought us together was sports playing football playing baseball together. That's what brought us together and it's so disgusting in two thousand twenty. They're still segregation in a big city over the metropolis. Chicago which I think. It's great when you go shopping. Go have fun, take family vacation, but people really don't see the ugly mask Chicago is. I'm really sorry for what you and your family have gone through, and I hope these next few days. are. Brought together through family whether it's close, or virtual, but that that that helps you make your way through this really difficult period Danny, thank you. Thank you appreciate that? deontay jokes is a school principal and a football coach. He his wife and three young boys, Living Langford on Vancouver Island, and he is mourning the death of his brother and cousin who were shot in Chicago on the weekend. For more CBC. podcasts go to CBC DOT CA slash, podcasts.

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Extreme Binaries

Astronomy Cast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Extreme Binaries

"Hip. How you doing? I'm doing well. It is finally spring as in. I can go play in the garden up there in Vancouver Island think Ryland. Yeah things are great. The weather is absolutely gorgeous and same thing. I have been out in the garden. The the only downside the robins get up at like four in the morning and they're you know they're breeding at this point to the Chirp Chirp Chirp and so I have one that found the the the really likes the acoustics right outside my room and so I've been getting up at four in the morning and then I have to go and get up and I have to call the window and then I try to get back to sleep and then I can't get back to sleep until you. Ivan haven't been getting a lot of sleep because robin has been singing his little heart out every morning really loud right outside my window. So hopefully he'll find a girlfriend and get lost until then yeah. It's pretty funny but spring. I mean you can't you can't go wrong. That is awesome so we're familiar with regular binary stars two stars orbiting each other simple. Of course the universe has come up with every combination of things orbiting other things and this week we look at some extreme examples are Pamela solicitous. Figure this out. What is a binary star so a binary star is a announced that that needs plural because a binary system is to? Who'S SEPARATE STARS? So a binary star is a system that exists in two stars and they can come in just about any kind of combination of regular star. Compact object Advanced Star Baby Star and they form a whole myriad of different ways. They can either a rise out of a single collapsing molecular cloud where they clapsed into their individual solar system by side-by-side or they can gravitationally get caught up together through some activity in their advanced lives. So when you're looking at a system statistically it's most common that it formed like that but they didn't have to right right and we can talk about that later on but I'm sort of imagining. That's her standard formation gigantic cloud of gas and dust that swirling around and you get like instead of all polling into the middle it pulls into two separate like what are the dynamics. Why doesn't it all just turn into one big star in the middle? Why how can you get multiple stars orbiting around each other so you actually have to fragments in the same molecular cloud? Okay gravitate pulling together and it happens to be that these fragments are close enough that the orbit one another different facts can bring them closer and closer over the years but they formed from two distinct fragments in the same like cloud and the fact that molecular clouds is fragmenting is how we end up with separate stars so the fragmentation is an unusual. These two are close enough that they got caught up in each other's gravity. And so then the vast majority of these situations you end up with some amount of stuff like a stars worth amount or mostly a red dwarfs amount of stuff but every now and then you end up with an extreme amount of stuff. These are very large blobs of gas and dust. And sometimes you just end up with two regular blobs that interact in ways. That are extreme. So we talk about extreme binary stay. We're GONNA talk about a whole lot of different combinations. So it's not just necessarily the amount of material that went into the star and the rain that it took but in fact these stars can interact with each other in really weird ways and 'cause really bizarre effects that we can see okay so so let's sort of break this down. Then when as you define extreme then we've defined binary to stars orbiting each other and start can be all kinds of things so let's define extreme. Give me sort of Sirte classifying. The kinds of extreme things that can happen so so when I'm talking extreme events I I am talking about things that radically 'cause upheaval. In the life of a star that could only happen because this is a binary system that any singular star with not undergo these kinds of well really bad millennia

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Discovering Comets

Astronomy Cast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

Discovering Comets

"I'm Freezer Cain publisher of university with me as always as Dr Pamela. Gay a senior scientist for the Planetary Science Institute and the Director of cosmic quest. How you doing I'm doing. Well how are you doing fraser? Great Full on Paradise is back here on the west coast of Canada. Everything is growing like crazy. I can't we'd fast enough to keep up with the the new plants that yes. Yeah yes I put eight bucky garbage pails out filled with yard waste for the garbage trucks to come and take away. This is madness. Yeah Yeah and it's it's beautiful like every everywhere you like. Oh it'll never like just looks like such horror show and then boy come. May everything just just paradise again. Love it up here. I did plant my ps too early and they have little frost tinged leaves for the ones that didn't get underneath my cold frame fast. Enough a weird we. We can plant our piece here January and that's pretty much can't plant them early enough. January's fine February. Yeah and then. That's the perfect timing because they like to be cold and then they come up and then yeah we actually have a very mild climate here on Vancouver Island compared to what you have. So Oh yeah well and you started your PS outside. I started mine inside. And you're like wait we. We don't like it out here to you. You always start them outside here. You don't you're it's crazy you're wasting your time you just dump you dump amount of peas into the ground and they are popping by by. March you start to get fresh peas off them by April. I didn't plan any this year. We've we've shifted everything deflowers because somebody likes flowers and hates hate peas although peas meek flowers flowers yeah but anyway let's get onto it so discovering comets is one of the fields that amateurs can still make regular contribution to astronomy but more and more comets are getting found by spacecraft automated systems and machine learning this week. We'll talk about how comets discovered in how you can get your name on one. Have you ever tried to be? Have you ever tried to discover a comment very briefly in graduate school? And then the fact that I had to do graduate. Schoolwork stopped that plan. Yeah so so. How did how did that work like man? I want my name on a comet. Well it was the Soho Data and so not every games. Yeah but it was just the I want to be the first one. It's it's like you see people who on threads on forms or like I and that's all they want to do. This is the comment equivalent of this. Because I just have to do everything nerdier so I wanted to be able to say I on an image of a comment and Soho data so all right so for I mean we've done episode whole epistle comments. We've talked about many things but for anyone who I guess I don't want I don't want to say like you don't don't don't explain what a comet is but explain explain in come off like this baby's first astronomy cast like. Let's let's bring things forward a little bit here. But at least let's talk about the features of comets as a relate to how and where we see them. Find them okay. So comets are small bodies in our solar system that when you apply enough heat grow a cloudy coma around them and a tale of debris that is getting pushed back from them by the solar wind their orbits tend to be a lot more elliptical than the orbits of Asteroids and so we often initially categorize something as asteroid or comet based on its orbit. Because when you find a comet far enough out you can't tell what its future may be but really the only difference between an asteroid and a comet is the ratio of things that melt and things that don't add inner solar system temperatures and we have those two varieties of commerce. We have the short period long period comets and. I'd say that we actually have three because we also have. Yeah sure you need to add behave like a long period comet and so short period comets they go around and around and around and they don't get that far away from the sun and they appear on a regular basis but I mean that can be Haley's comet once every seven years you see this thing flare back up again and again and again. While the long periods we're seeing them for the first time ever and chances are they've never been to the inner solar system and there's a really good chance that a lot of prior long period comets that we saw were actually interstellar and we just didn't know it because we didn't stop to think about it

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Cultivated: The Elements of Floral Style with Christin Geall, The Earth In Her Hands

Cultivating Place

08:49 min | 1 year ago

Cultivated: The Elements of Floral Style with Christin Geall, The Earth In Her Hands

"Tell us. I think it's been two years. Kristen since we last spoke maybe even a little bit longer. But I am very pleased to be holding your book in my hand and to have your photography and you're just inimitable writing and thinking altogether in one beautiful little package. Tell us and tell listeners. What is your current. What do you do right now? Like what are your jobs? And how do you describe your current plant based Practice Kristen? Oh it's diverse mounting our time keeping track of it all lately. I think it's going to be a slow year in the garden of with the book. Coming out everything has changed and I will be doing. A number of speaking events Around the country and in England and also in Canada and trying to get the book out into the World MMA team of one here so I am also still trying to take photographs when I can but we are. Speaking of February for people are listening at another time of year. So it's just coming into seating season for me and I do have a small urban flower farm here and produce cut flowers that will either sell wholesale or direct consumer and to private clients so that's predominantly what I'm doing. I'd like to be working on another book but I just haven't had the bandwidth for it just yet. Yeah because the diversity of all those things is really It's demanding and it's it's important and we're GONNA get more into that when we talk about the book and why it was important for you to put your flower practice into this new form But first let's refresh listeners. Memories with your own background and a little bit about where you grew up in the people in places implants that that grew into a person for whom this would be a calling. Well not one of those who can conjure the memory of a grandmother or anything so romantic. I grew up in downtown Toronto in in Canada. And my experience of nature at that time was predominantly That of wilderness. And I mean not in a very Canadian sense of the word so while I had a healthy respect for nature and knew how to navigate my way chop wood carry water paddle canoes. Swim Lake Sales Ski a number of those things they weren't related to horticulture in any way and In my early twenties I are actually when I was still a teenager. I did go off an Work with an herbalist in. Martha's on Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts for the summers and that really domesticated me at my understanding of nature and I have not swayed from that position since I live in British Columbia now on Vancouver Island which is largely wilderness. And I don't spend much time out with the big trees or the big waves on truth be told. I've now focused on gardening and that world A few other things happened. In between those years I went back to the land in my early twenties and homesteaded and lasted about five years carving a garden out of the Bush on an island British combat was off Grad and then I went to Q. Gardens in England in the midst of that while I still own that property to intern and knew that through doing that that I didn't really want to be a fulltime horticulturalist but I wasn't sure exactly what I wanted to be. Thought I wanted to be at landscape architect Because I felt that it was interpretive in some way and about people in place in some way and I did complete. A degree in environmental studies and anthropology was exposed to a lot of ethnic. Botany my twenty s and then I had a baby and decided writing at are always carried me through all of these endeavors and so I did a graduate degree right so having this book now where I get to Mary. Environmental Thinking and Horticulture with creative writing was a joy actually and that is a beautiful distillation of some of the bigger threads in your life and and some of what comes up so beautifully in the book. This idea of the bill. Land and the environmentalism and the formal design sense and literary sense and context are all really rich threads in the book in a way that is that there is something really meaningful to someone like me who is a verbal person office obviously and that context in the bigger scheme of things where flowers and design and thinking about them in Artistry. Sit In our longest deepest cultures. I found just powerful and beautiful. So so let's move to the book. There are so many books in in Florists and flowers and why this book why now what was what was your personal purpose with this book. I being student of writing and also a past student of horticulture. I felt that there was a place for even more literary book about flowers. I think in a way when I first began the project. I would've been happy to have no photos in it but I think I short change my skills photographer. People seem to really love the flowers and they do serve as a as a good teaching tool for what it is. I'm discussing and a number of the books that are out. There have been designed like cookery books in so far there recipe based and for me living on an island in Canada. I didn't have access to those products and I figured while there must be many people like me that cannot get themselves to a flower market in order to purchase these items so they're stuck with what they have in their gardens. So how did they create that? How can they still or maybe they might grow some of the flowers that are fashionable in required for these recipes. But it's like trying to find a Rambutan in in my local grocery store at these things are so difficult to find. So let's make a book at out the principles of design so that once a person is versed in knows principals. They can apply them to whatever product they have at hand and of course for many people who have had to take the basics of English or the written language The famous strunk and White. The elements of style should come to mind immediately. I think it might be out of fashion by but I and I know it is. It is stronger in American audiences but my editor came up with that and I had to laugh and I did write about this in the book because I actually had to teach and elements of style class when I was out of graduate school to Undergrad and I had this and this crowd of poets and journalists and fiction writers all in one room because it was an elective in the writing department and I had to address. What is style? What is style? How do these young people who are craving style of their own? How do they conjure that? And I did it through you talke about syntax talking about punctuation talking about nounce talking about verbs and in a similar way in this book I wanted to really break style down into Lessens the lessons of designer the principles of design and I will say I think I was heavily influenced by the fact that my call. The shirt is Princeton architectural press and there was just something about that word architecture. All that made me feel like Oh my goodness I better know what I'm talking about. In terms of designed they did not put that rigor upon me by the way but my editor was fantastic and wonderful to work with and she's one came up with the

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How the Royals Are Moving On

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

07:37 min | 1 year ago

How the Royals Are Moving On

"Been a very busy week for the royal family and it feels like you might hear me say this later on in the show but the thought of the day for me the dust is finally finally settling on Harry Megan's departure from rural Giusti's and Beginning that new life in Canada. We've heard very little from the couple this this week last week. We spoke a lot about the legal letter that the couple issued when patsy had harassed them ounce on Vancouver Island this this week it seems like things finally getting a little quieter and ultimately that is exactly what they want I think that they will remain like that full. Oh the days and weeks to come visit the happy and other stories taking up the headlines this week which will be getting into in the show. Little later Ron Prince. Andrew has continued according to reports to avoid questioning by the F. B. I.. Are we talking about that with our guest this week. we've also had the Cambridge's Prince Charles and the Duchess of cone will out at Holocaust. Memorial events will be talking about the meaning of that and why it's so important member of the royal family to be involved in such important occasions and of course we have Had Cambridge's out separately and together this week the Duchess of Cambridge continued her big push on her five big question survey across the UK. This is what she launched last week. aim to spark conversation about raising the next generation of children. It's all very much part of her early early years Childhood Development Work that she's involved with She was a school in London this week kindergarten. I believe where she visited visited. Children under the age of five years old to help serve their school meals as she actually helps in the kitchen preparing all of the lunches that we're brought out and it's always. I think it's always great to see kate around children. I think it's a time when sets in the I remember in the early days of hurting engagement agents. She was always very nervous when it came to public speaking. And perhaps a little shyer on some of the engagements around other adults or officials and it was always around children that we would see her really come out of her shell and while she has grown in confidence now I think that's it's always going to be where she's at home comfortable and it makes sense why she has chosen to focus their so famously on charter developments. And we'll see more engagements from her in the weeks to come to conduct Cambridge also heading off to Wales in the U K next Tuesday to visit organizations and businesses at the heart of local communities. There I would say that this type of day out is very much a traditional title Royal Away Day it is the visiting community centers. It is the cutting ribbons. It is the wet Wednesdays in random parts. What's that the UK that rules are best known for and I think it will be a day of four or five engagements. Some of those are embargoed so I went into into them now but I think it's whilst may be quiet now on the Sussex's side of things we are. Seeing the members of the family Really stepped forward. It and I guess work on an even bigger stage. It'll be interesting to see how this will work out when the Sussex is back at work look I think that whether people want it or not the tabloids are going to pit them against each other and it's going to be a constant conversation Asian about who's over shattering who. I think there was something this week. A couple mealy posted something on instagram and will already accused. I Buy Purchase tabloid for somehow thwarting attempts by other members of the royal family to get their work out. There it's all part of the silliness and stupidity that it goes on here but I would like to shift gears for a second and bring on my guest for this week. Julius Redon is an editor at the Australian Australian women's weekly she's all several correspondent and author including a book that I will talk to you about shortly. We've gotten to know each other. Haven't we me Julius over the years through royal tolls. We sat me. Have we've been hanging out there watching them. Yeah I feel like it's it's a quite unique experience going on these world. Hordes that very few others sort of get to truly understand what it's like a bizarre school trip of sorts very definitely a bizarre. It's also bizarre full. Muth of journalism for all the other forms of journalism we do. There's nothing like being. WHOA correspondent is absolutely I feel so in some ways the rules are a little bit different when it comes to roll reporting because I think whilst elst lots of the daily coverage is based on the work that the members of the royal family? It's also heavily focused on their private lives and this year has pretty much revolved around the private. Lives of Harry and Meghan I feel like this is the first week. Actually the dust feels like it settling and were were able to see or notice what other members of the family are up to as well yes. I mean here in Australia. Certainly the I've seen them Joepat the headlines a bit twitches night out what Harry and Meghan were after a little bit a piece of calm after the storm but also a few few mentions of Starting Life in Canada and potential ideas about what we might be up to. Yeah I feel like the the beginning of this year has been quite dramatic for the royal family. I don't think that the press has been particularly positive for the start of the year as well I think. Now that people are starting to dissect an analyze the reasons behind Harry making making the news that they wanted the rule family probably correct. If I'm wrong it seems like there may be some damage control to do as the months go by and now Prince Andrew Stories coming back into lights. It's GonNa be in some time. I think before the voyles get sort of bask in the glory that usually comes with coverage of the Royal Family. Yes yes I agree I mean I I think that The stories that we've been looking at obviously Harry and Meghan leaving Prince Andrew that they're not the sort of things that The Royal Family would like us to be talking about I mean here in Australia. There has been a lot of support for Harry and Meghan departure. I I think that's a a basic understanding of two young people wanting to control that live someone to to do their own thing and they don't you know. Australians Australians. Don't really understand why that would be such a big deal but it's what I'm asked about When when I when I talk about what what has happened most people say well what is what is the deal here? You know what. Why can this couple not choose to do their own thing? You know. It's not not such a bad thing that they're doing everything that we have seen them too has been trying to make a difference in the wild. Why can't we allow them to do? That

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The Crown And An HBO Cartoon About The Royals

Donna and Steve

10:31 min | 1 year ago

The Crown And An HBO Cartoon About The Royals

"Robbie had this in his intercooler earlier about the animated show that HBO has ordered about the Royals hi I think I can interested in this really cute it's called the prince and it's based on on Gary genet he's Instagram account which I thought to rises six year old Prince George all you're kidding the son of prince William and princess Kate he right right for family guide I mean just the picture if you if you look up animated royal you know show up you'll see all the characters animated and prince Phillip his look in print see old really Hey it looks great that great high cheek bones I don't know why I act as a key holder like I didn't know that he was ninety believe that they're still alive no I think it's incredible because they're like she's a lady of the lake leisure I mean should what they're both in their nineties and she looks great yes love her and she always has like on a very colorful outfit you know like in a bright color I think the show will be kind of funny I can I'm I'm looking for dissing this animation the Royals just interest me I'm fine this guy now on Instagram I think it's because of the crown but you know I don't know I think with the death of princess Diana and and there's just you know with with watching her boys grow up on television yeah and yeah I just I'm so interested in just that life I am too it's just fascinating that it is real life yeah I know it's like they're living a fairy tale right well some of the some of them into a minute the situation but the cast is Orlando bloom as prince Harry Tom Hollander as both prince Philip and prince Charles and Alan **** as George's Butler when if and this is coming on the heels of Netflix saying that they're interested in working with Harry and Meghan on on the on the crown wait wait you know that's not gonna happen right well we can we afford to what I want to say about that yeah okay so as we if you if you're watching the crown you've seen are you watching the crown absolutely if you're watching the crown for those if you're listening you know that it's now we're kind of we're in a season hopefully I'm not spoiling this but we're going to see as the years go by so now we're seeing kind of how prince Charles evolved into who he was how he met Camilla which I'm like this is really all I can like I feel like I should know all these things see and I feel like I do it's so so I'm wondering I'm watching more to see how they present the story that I already now okay just from growing up in sure my mom was huge into the Royals and okay so you're waiting for what's happening next who's gonna play this we know yeah I've already cast princess Diana I think for the next season do we know who it is I've seen a picture of her and she looks very similar to princess Diana let you look that bad so you're thinking okay as the seasons progress we're gonna start seeing more of prince Harry prince William well not so fast prince Harry has no interest in having his life with Meghan Markle play out for all to see on the crown and he's a trip he there thinking he probably would attempt to have their narrative written out of the script so a biographer her name is Angela Levin she wrote a biography about prince Harry and she spoke to him and he said I'm going to stop any production if Netflix tries to center a season about me and Meghan see now this story I'm seeing Kelly is live in that it was revealed that Harry once joked to his biographer or that he was gonna make sure he stopped it before they got to him he he he was joking anything he actually like is the do you think that he would be okay with him and Meghan being portrayed on the crown I don't think he has a say I don't think he has any say like you somebody could put a show on about our crew would that be entertaining and they've already done a movie about Megan and hairy I feel like once it gets to that point I think people will be tired of the crown I think what's interesting about the crown right now it's it it's not happening right now it's not all in our face it's what happened before really anything was that accessible back then to Americans the you know the crown the Royals weren't that accessible right they are now right so it's very interesting to see well that's how they lived because now we kind of know how they live they live real fancy now they live in little cottages are more like palaces but I don't know I am I wonder still get to maybe I have the wrong do you remember princess Stephanie I'm rob do you remember princess Stephanie she was kind of a trouble maker she dated rob Lowe does that ring a bell to you nothing's ringing on her really yes he may have been Monaco on come on if we did it was kid wishy no they got to get to forgive me they've got to get to Andrew see that to me is what's really exciting yeah she was Stephanie of Monaco so I don't know how it works with she was the the prince Rainier the third sign on and the daughter of Grace Kelly she's beautify now you know I'm looking at a bizarre Harper's bazaar has an article about actress Emma Corran C. O. R. R. I. and she's going to portray princess Diana she looks quite like her you think so yeah I mean she's got the hair I can see it I mean she's blind but the email do you like how the season is changed where the actors are different now I don't mind it it's growing on me yeah I don't mind I think a livia Coleman is amazing I I was talking with some girlfriends this weekend about it and they they hadn't started watching it but they had heard they were new new characters new actresses and actors right and they were hesitant to watch it because of that I said you're going to forget about it you're going to forget that they are not the same not this not clear voice I mean right it's different but it's it grows on you well what I like about it too is that it gives you know instead of making clear for a look older boy I think that's okay okay on instead of making her look older they're giving an older actress the gig but it's older isn't she supposed to be in her thirties and this season is that right clear forty is that age I feel like no think about it says it's a baby in her forties maybe in her forties because prince Charles in this this season is like eighteen nineteen yeah so I mean is he that young I think he's a he's a college so maybe he's sick twenty I don't know anyway I do I do it makes me like the queen even more see you see all the stuff you have to deal with you know and but you get a look at her behind the scenes that even though you know we're not watching a documentary he'll actually I get the Google machine out the entire time I'm watching it and like that this really happened to this really happened I mean it's very interesting how they take things the events that happened and put it in the show and make it so very realistic but it also makes he understand my Meghan Markle's like peace I'm out I'm not totally it by the way speaking of so they're in Canada now print tarian Meghan Markle are in Canada but they're still battling with the British paparazzi so a day after Harry lands on Vancouver Island his lawyers sent a cease and desist letter to on a bunch of news outlets in the U. K. and threat and that action will be taken if they publisher by photographs taken of Meghan and her son Archie or their son I should say taking a walk on the sun newspaper published the photos and NBC's today show aired them there are all over the internet right now but there are serious safety concerns according to this letter about how the paparazzi are driving in the risk to life that they are posing now I've got to imagine that Harry's got some you know does a trauma related to the way he lost his mother in a car crash while trying to escape the paparazzi back in ninety seven but according to the letter photographers have permanently camped outside the couple's home and they're using long range lenses to take pictures so even though they're not in England they're still going to get this they offer other mereka I mean that's just how it's going to be that sadly she does look real happy in this photo of her walking with a rich she and her two dogs and also the to what looked like security behind her yeah that's what I can get yeah well what's interesting about this picture that's everywhere of her with Archie like kind of strapped to her yeah do you see how she's holding it he looks a little I think she's got him he looks real happy and she looks like a normal person and leggings and boots and she got a hat on yeah great she looks adorable for her by the way season three and it looks like Queen Elizabeth is between thirty eight and fifty one I'm supposed to be in okay it's amazing how just their facial expressions can make them look like the queen yeah I'm sure they study they've studied her for a very long time an mazing if you're not watching the crown we highly recommend it

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Prince Harry Said He And Meghan Markle Had "No Other Option" Than To Step Back From Royal Life

Jay Talking

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Prince Harry Said He And Meghan Markle Had "No Other Option" Than To Step Back From Royal Life

"Prince Harry has arrived in Canada to start his new life with Meghan Markle and their son Archie video from sky news shows Harry landing at an airport on Vancouver Island late Monday the prince Megan and their eight month old son reportedly staying at a mansion on the island off Canada's Pacific coast ABC's Adrian banker has more prince Harry seen arriving in Canada soon to be stepping back from his royal duties one step closer to making North America a more permanent home Kerry now joins wife Megan and his eight month old son who just hours before were seen out and about since officially announcing that come spring they will no longer be senior members of the royal family in a deal agreed upon with the queen Megan seen smiling bundled up carrying Archie and walking the couple's dogs guy and DA's around Vancouver Island park Kerry's international flight comes just twenty four hours after speaking out about the choice he says he made for his family when he says he made with great sadness this is the answer are you have made for my wife and all you have to step back is not one I made lightly there was so many months of talks of to for many years of challenges I don't know I haven't always gonna right but as far as this goes there really was no other option some say they could see this

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Harry reunites with Meghan in Canada

News, Traffic and Weather

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Harry reunites with Meghan in Canada

"A member of Britain's royal family has arrived in the northwest Jersey B. C.'s Adrian banker to prince Harry seen arriving in Canada soon to be stepping back from his royal duties one step closer to making North America a more permanent home Kerry now joins wife Megan and his eight month old son who just hours before were seen out and about since officially announcing that come spring they will no longer be senior members of the royal family in a deal agreed upon with the queen magazine smiling bundled up carrying our tea and walking the couple's dogs guy in dollars around Vancouver Island park carries international flight comes just twenty four hours after speaking out about the choice he says he made for his family when he says he made with great sadness this is all I have made for my wife and all I is no one I made lightly it was so many months of told off for many years and challenges I don't know I haven't always gonna right but as far as this goes there really was no other option some say they could see the ship for the Duke and Duchess coming in October and I TV's documentary Harian Megan and African journey Megan revealed that she'd struggled with the transition to royal life I never thought that this would be easy but I thought it would be fair Kerry explaining the pressure he feels the shield is young family from the same public where his mother princess Diana experienced over two decades ago we'll be bullies and soon ensued into playing games come on in nineteen ninety five Diana sharing a similar sentiment in a revealing BBC one panorama interview if you find someone you love life I miss her own personal coffers you were very lucky to find so if you were lucky enough to find someone who loves you so much for Texas the kids to be free spirits who enjoy their life find happiness because she was somebody always to the G. T. she always console happen if we try and and for for locations are low G. too so she was always someone who had a respect for the crown in that in that way a little disappointed that Harris front in the trial so quickly it's very early in this process so it's yet to be seen exactly what will happen next but we're technically still in a transition period with the couple com this spring and they will not be conducting any oil

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Prince Harry returns to Canada to join Meghan Markle and Archie

Steve Cochran

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Prince Harry returns to Canada to join Meghan Markle and Archie

"Prince Harry he's back in Canada with Meghan also their baby son Archie up north now is the family begins their new life after a whirlwind couple of weeks the Duke of Sussex arrived on Vancouver Island last night on the heels of that historic week in London in which he met with the royal family leading to Queen Elizabeth announcing over the weekend that he and Megan will no longer use their Royal Highness titles or receive public money now I am hearing and you probably heard this too and reading that they actually stand to make more money by splitting off with all the deals they're going to be involved in with Anna and I think they're already talking to the Disney people about something so I don't think we're gonna be having to do a tag day for Harian Meghan and if you get you get a feel for them I mean how hard a decision this must have been and and and what they're doing and now I mean even though they have sort of a cut the of royal ties are many of them that still though the focus on them yeah I mean the paparazzi is not gonna leave them alone just because of what they did now so good luck to

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to surrender their royal titles

BBC World Service

04:18 min | 1 year ago

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to surrender their royal titles

"So they will no longer represent the queen will no longer be working members of the royal family nor will they use that titles of Royal Highness that was a statement from Queen Elizabeth the second late on Saturday confirming the future status of her grandson prince Harry and his wife Meghan the couple have been embroiled in a few Rory over their future role since announcing a desire to step back as senior members of the British royal family correspondent anymore is here with me in the studio this sounds like a clean break yeah that's fine I mean how do you make and says the Tate said they want to step back from wrote you tease the still in fact seems a bit more radical than that as you say yeah it's more of a a clean break so the details were announced in that statement from the queen so they will lose that HRH titles his Royal Highness her wrong hi this they will become simply the juke of Sussex she will be the Duchess they won't carry out any royal duties they want to get any money from royal sounds okay patronage of organizations and charities that they'd like will continue of course he will lose or his official military titles very difficult for a man who did serve in the British Army Kohls are the couple will route paid two point four million pounds from public funds that was spent on renovating from small cottage where they leave a twin to council in the future they will continue to live there when they're in the U. K. but they will pay which older commercial rent for that that statement from the queen very personal she talked about family she said Harry make and and Archie the sun will always be much less love to members of my family as she went on to say I recognize the challenges and intense scrutiny they have faced and she said I'm particularly proud of how may can I said quickly become one of the family Harry is still in line to the throne amidst all this is Andy he is yes he's still in line to the throne though he says he he wants with Megan to go off and start a new life they talked about speaking that time between Canada and the U. K. E. we haven't got much detail on what's that new life will be what form it will take it was very brief statement on their website which said they will provide you information on the rolls and well could you can touches of Sussex in June course Macon is on Vancouver Island at the moment and we understand that Harry will probably join her in June course later on this week what a future security costs because clearly that's one of the areas that isn't quite clarified at this point indeed one of the issues that hasn't been clarified in fact I told were there was no mention all of all of that age will be a great and continuing expense as former oils as internationally known people they will need security wherever they are in the world there was no information in a statement about who will pay for that and whether it will be the British taxpayer or whether the Canadian taxpayer may take him a policy that so it's one of those issues that is unclear at the moment and the hope certain within Buckingham Palace presumably is that this draws a line to an extent under what has been quite a difficult episode absolutely a very difficult time full the queen for the royal family coming so soon offer the problems with the prince Andrew his association with the billionaire financier Epstein and that dissolves to seem to he did with the BBC television so there is this incident this difficulty coming so soon after that one but the queen wanted it to be resolved as soon as possible it has been within about a week after they announce they want to step back these arrangements will start in the spring and we're told that it will be reviewed after years of the queen officially hopes this will be the start of a new chapter they will be able to do what they wish to start a new life in the royal family will be able to carry on as before Andy thank you very much

"vancouver island" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Vancouver Island and it's possible they will relocate to that area today British Columbia's premiere said they are welcome in the province and turning from news to traffic Tracy what's going on outside of a nightmare right now Diane for drivers that are head over the five twenty floating bridge if you're heading into Seattle right now little has a TM now what's fun five twenty mid span of the floating bridge all lanes are blocked we have multiple vehicles involved in this crash I am waiting to hear from DOT I just tweeted Adam and ask them what their crews were saying about those conditions now I was just looking at the monitor and its thirty two degrees here in Seattle doesn't necessarily mean that that you know is thirty two degrees over the floating bridge however some of those bridges and overpasses freeze a lot faster than some of our area roads so we get a drive for winter like driving conditions I am hearing from drivers about the mobile CO speedway and how little it is out there especially for those of you that are common the on and off ramps again icy conditions in muffled CO you're still going to run into a few delays here and there were it sixteen minutes from when with the Bellevue twenty minutes from Redmond to Seattle if you're headed from Seattle to ever that twenty seven minutes and it's even pass is still closed until tomorrow morning traffic is brought to you by crystal mountain get lift tickets the crystal mountain in advance online starting at just forty nine dollars deals are also available at ari I an Amazon drop in at for some mountain resort dot com for details Kyra radio real time traffic entry to tailor and road conditions will go from bad to worse we will get more snow tonight and freezing temperatures Morgan what's ahead will have a few bands of mainly light snow still sticking around through this evening and tonight we could pick up another inch or two in a few spots especially in the central sound a lot of us don't see any accumulation at all into.

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"vancouver island" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Stated that the number of people missing outside of that general Vancouver area is something nobody wants to talk about nobody wants to acknowledge and as I was talking to a friend rainy recent two days ago she was out in the field yesterday searching for an older man who disappeared just outside of maple ridge British Columbia and he was in fact yes it's just it's just so bizarre it truly is all these thirty people that are missing in the Vancouver area over what period of time David so we have cases that match the profiles going back to the nineteen forties and nineteen fifties going all the way up until we'll just you know within days ago but what I go through with yet it it'll it'll just be bizarre here's one quick example is the Olympic peninsula of Washington the water called the street at the wonderful go between the Olympic national park area and Vancouver Island there's a series of little boys that are disappeared on the coast of the Olympics in the last thirty forty years on the other side of that water on Vancouver Island there's a series of young boys and men have disappeared also never women it's always young boys and young men and the only thing that separates this is a somewhat body of water called the street at a wonderful okay and the way I figure this out as I started mapping all.

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"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

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And if <Speech_Female> you see anyone do <Speech_Female> please call this number. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> those weren't there before, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and they've also worked <Speech_Female> on meeting west <Speech_Female> crown lawyers <Speech_Female> who <Speech_Female> prosecute the cases <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> that they are <Speech_Female> keeping <SpeakerChange> track of <Speech_Female> and really <Speech_Female> trying to work with them <Speech_Female> in terms of <Speech_Female> getting <SpeakerChange> the financial <Speech_Female> penalty increased. <Speech_Female> What <Speech_Female> does <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> it depends? <Speech_Female> It depends on the <Speech_Female> on the tree <Speech_Female> that stolen in <Speech_Female> how much evidence they have <Speech_Female> at cetera. I'm <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> you know, something that I <Speech_Female> think is quite interesting. <Speech_Female> Is that it's considered <Speech_Female> a <Speech_Female> theft of property <Speech_Female> theft from the federal <Speech_Female> government or from the provincial <Speech_Female> government? <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> there's a threshold <Speech_Female> right in terms <Speech_Female> of theft under five <Speech_Female> thousand dollars <Speech_Female> over five thousand <Speech_Female> dollars and <Speech_Female> theft under five thousand <Speech_Female> dollars is very hard <Speech_Female> to convince <Speech_Female> you know, an overworked <Speech_Female> prosecutor <Speech_Female> to take on that <Speech_Female> case. <Speech_Female> And so <Speech_Female> if the majority of trees <Speech_Female> are going to be <SpeakerChange> valued <Speech_Female> under five <Speech_Female> thousand dollars, which <Speech_Female> they are <Speech_Female> it would take <Speech_Female> a pretty <Speech_Female> large. <Speech_Female> Case for <Speech_Female> a prosecutor <Speech_Female> to wanna take that forward, <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> basically. <Speech_Female> And so <Speech_Female> by trying <Speech_Female> to educate <Speech_Female> prosecutors in <Speech_Female> terms of, you know, <Speech_Female> the, the dollar value <Speech_Female> on the market might <Speech_Female> be three thousand <Speech_Female> dollars. But <Speech_Female> overall <Speech_Female> it can be valued <Speech_Female> at much more than five <Speech_Female> thousand dollars due to <Speech_Female> the habitat provides <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> the benefits that <Speech_Female> it gives <Speech_Female> for instance, to our <Speech_Female> tourism industry, <Speech_Female> or <Speech_Female> to our recreation industry. <Speech_Female> That <Speech_Female> that's really what they're going <Speech_Female> for. That's how they're trying <Speech_Female> to convince <Speech_Female> more of <Speech_Female> war prosecutors <Speech_Female> to bring these <Speech_Female> cases forward <Speech_Female> and, and in doing so <Speech_Female> you know, making <Speech_Female> the stakes higher <Speech_Music_Female> so <Speech_Music_Female> that people <Speech_Music_Female> won't even <Speech_Music_Female> try to, <Speech_Music_Female> to steal the trees in the <Speech_Music_Female> first place. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks lindsay. Lindsay Borgen <Speech_Music_Male> writer. <Speech_Music_Male> An oral historian. <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> That was the big <Speech_Music_Male> story for more <Speech_Music_Male> from us had <Speech_Music_Male> to the big story podcast <Speech_Music_Male>

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"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

15:34 min | 2 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on The Big Story

"If a tree illegally falls in a coastal forest in the dead of night, and his hauled away chopped up and sold on the black market. But the culprit did it out of desperation, is it still a crime. Vancouver island is seeing a massive jump in timber poaching so much so that one man who watches part of its forests says he simply cannot keep up. Why is a crime that seems logistically difficult to say the least on the rise? What is driving the desperation that makes stealing trees seem like the logical option should governments be devoting more resources to protecting these resources. And even if they did, how do you police a gigantic forest when the level of theft is a single tree at a time. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story, linzie Borgen dug into this little known but fascinating issues in the Atlantic islands, -i. Hi, can you start because the story contains all sorts of things that I didn't know were happening. But can you start by explaining to me what a natural resource officer does on Vancouver island, share? So a.

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"vancouver island" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And so forth. So we can't have that. We're we're actually still working with him to make him better. Now, obviously, he is getting better I've been doing a lot of work with him and he's actually improving with cask she's being closer to wield chairs now. And when I. And it takes so much more work. So if people are testing their dogs at home, if your dog, if you make this loud, noise tests, and your dog runs from it or cowers from it or scared of it. He's probably not a candidate for visiting the hospital because that's the kind of thing that happens at the hospital. No, no, no, not true. That got me. Okay. You'll be candidates for hospital about their role in the hospital would be different as such as they can do deep pressure therapy, which is DP, and that's what most people want in a hostile like, especially in the geriatric ward or pediatric ward. They're actually finding in studies that people with brain injuries are actually recovering quicker from having a therapy dog. Okay. So DP that's touch is that when the dog actually climbs onto the person and leans his weight against them is that what you're talking about. And that helps her with brain injuries. Yes. They've actually been doing studies with it in the American Medical journal. There's been some major improvements with that. Now a therapy dog. Also can go to many different people. It's not just to one person. Actually, it's kinda funny. We're doing the radio show today on pets. Because actually, we have a client here who has one of our service dogs and their dog is actually I Caesar and stability. Okay. So that's really interesting. I had a standard poodle a year ago. Born that went it was here for longtime. She was here for a long time because she was supposed to go to a special needs person. And then that patient got taken into care. So the dog was no longer needed. So she came back and because she'd been partially trained. I kept it up and taught her to touch and do all these things then she went to Vancouver island, and she's now working for a child this little poodle fifty pounds standard poodle is now. Detecting seizures for this little girl. So the girl can go to school without her. Mum can go to normal school without her mom. She can have friends, but for me like how does that even happen? How do you teach dog to detect fusion for? Super easy. Yeah. The dots actually can usually detect or smell it before they happen. Because as you know, dogs were originally used to jacked breast cancer. I know that actually. Wow. Yeah. I know cancer supposed to smell sweet, but I don't think humans can smell it necessarily. No, no. And a lot of the tests that doctors do in the medical field to test for cancer, sometimes don't show. But actually, they're finding that these dogs can actually be Jack and smell cancer diabetes. Seizures, they just know. But they don't know. That's what we want. That's like when I train a dog to find the car. It's a big aha moment when he figures out that that's what I've been looking for does he knew where it was looking for. So how I guess you put the dog in the room with someone seizure being rewarded for learning you, and you just do this over and over. And then he starts earlier and earlier. Oh, I could see that. I could totally see almost all my dogs would do that. Especially my poodles 'cause they're very connected interesting. Yes. And that's why we have a probationary period when we put one of our dogs with a new handler because not always are they going to be a proper fit and while we're training. The handler with the service dog we are seeing how the bond is between handler and service dog. Oh, jen. Well, we have to go to a break we're gonna come back right after and we're going to talk a little more as I think about one more tests. They can do at home listeners can do at home with their dogs to see if they might be good for service, and we'll come back and give them that after the break. And maybe we'll hear a little bit from Sharon to when we come back. Stay tuned. Everybody to animal party on pet life radio. And we're talking to service dogs.

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"vancouver island" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I kept it up and taught her to touch and do all these things then she went to Vancouver island, and she's now working for a child this little poodle, fifty pounds standard poodle is. Now detecting seizures for this little girl. So the girl can go to school without her mom can go to normal school without her mom. She can have friends, but for me like how does that even happen? How to teach dog to detect eat super easy? Yeah. The dots actually can usually detect or smell it before they happened. Because as you know, dogs were originally used to do jacked breast cancer. I didn't know that actually. Well, yeah, I know cancer supposed to smell sweet, but I don't think humans can smell it necessarily. No, no. And a lot of the tests that doctors do in the medical field test for cancer. Sometimes don't show actually they're finding that these dogs can actually tact and smell cancer diabetes. Seizures, they just know. But they don't know. That's what we want. That's like when I train a dog to find the car. It's a big aha moment when he figures out that that's what I've been looking for because he knew. Where it was looking for. So how how I guess you put the dog in the room with someone seizure being rewarded for learning you, and you just do this over and over then he started predicted earlier and earlier own. Oh, I could see that. I could totally see almost all my dogs would do that. Especially my poodles 'cause they're very connected interesting. Yes. And that's why we have a probationary period when we put one of our dogs with a new handler because not always are they going to be a proper fit and while we're training. The handler with service dog we are seeing how the bond is between handler and service dog. Oh, no, Jen. Well, we have to go to a break we're gonna come back right after and we're gonna talk a little more. I'd like to think about one more test. They can do at home listeners can do at home with their dogs to see if they might be good for service, and we'll come back and give them that after the break. And maybe we'll hear a little bit from..

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"vancouver island" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"You know, if you go up Vancouver island, you can often see lot of Wales in in the fall months. So if you just kind of work your way up, and then you go. Not that you guys. But she is we're having her head and all around if you just kinda go around Vancouver island. You'll see I I just think it would be a AAA time. I mean, just something that people put on their bucket list day, save up for it. It just seems to me like. A grand adventure. And honestly, I think I've seen some bloggers who have children have gone on this cruise. Instead, really good things about it. So even think that something that we would enjoy doing. Pretty easy trip all told with with a kid, I would think because you're on a cruise. They're taking care of you. You get to see stuff, and we're not going out beating down a path trying to figure everything out. Yeah. So it just seems like one of those trips that, you know, maybe with a family is a little bit easier because stuff's planned out for you. You're on the boat. Then you go off and do these excursions, and I don't know we've never done cruise. I really wanna do a cruise and what better way to do one then somewhere really cool like Alaska surprising to me that Alaska's higher on your list than Hawaii. But I've had Hawaii mindless longer. I get my list is very fluid even though like I'm going up toward the number one. It's kind just my feeling right now what I most want whereas all of these places are really high of places I wanna visit. We would not upset if we found ourselves in any of these places twenty nineteen which is the pointless and believe it or not it's if you guys you're listening, you probably feel the same way as us. Let us know you tweet us. At back peanuts. If you feel this way. It was hard Woodley down nine stop looking at Google maps to stop reading. I had to say these are my nine right now. I'm not thinking about anything else. Because if I do that's going to find a list, and we would literally just spend all day every day making lists and never actually hit record. My number four, again, one of these places. I've wanted to go for a little while, but fell off my radar and out of my mind a bit and now has just been rekindled. And this was only two two days ago. I read I read an Email from world nomads, which is the travel insurance we recommend you can go extra pack of peanuts dot com slash world. Nomad mad if you're looking for travel insurance. And they sent out emails, which is what I love about..

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"vancouver island" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on Back To Back

"Yeah. Skating. It was very selfish. I just loved skating to music. I it was like a drug. I there was no other reason. I mean, I love to perform, of course, but sympathy music though, DJ and making or making a record. And I make a good record feel great. Amazing drug. Really? So yeah, I just I really I really knew something I had I had been awoken is something I have never felt before. And I knew this was a very important time. And Caroline, I think you shouldn't go to Austrailia like within a week. I told myself this, and you should go buy laptop, and you should get able to. I actually got F L studio. I, but you know. And then I I learned how to deejay I got attract your controller like an s four controller big chunky one. I remember I had gotten it. And. I started telling people. Oh, yeah. This is this is literally the definition of fake it to make it by the way, and how much how powerful fake it to make it. It's I literally started tell people. Well, yeah, I'm going to be a DJ. And then I remember the local I come from an eighty thousand person town, it's very little town in Vancouver island. And I remember the local club owner heard that and he's like, oh like Caroline's DJ now, I literally had my controller from month and a half. Okay. No idea what I was doing. He goes. Oh lazy. Rich is coming. I think lazy riches his name shadow delays earshot lazy rich. Yeah. You're awesome. Man. He's so nice. He's a great great. Great, dude. So he's coming into nine..

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"vancouver island" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"You tell me for how much because I'm looking at two headlines from one from Reuters. One from Bloomberg Reuters says, it's an eleven billion dollar deal. Bloomberg says, it's a six point. Eight billion dollars four point, four point, six billion dollars in between them. It's both actually because one headline as properly, including all the debt the being purchased, and the other one is just, this is what the equity looks like. And so if you look at the market gap of four city, it's about six point, eight billion dollars. So. Turns out that depending on what you're looking at as a shareholder or as a, you know, or as an enterprise, they're both. Correct. So is this I'm assuming this is being viewed as a good deal for both because both stocks are up Brookefield as management, much larger round of forty billion dollar market cap or so. So they're, they're paying a little bit of a premium, but not much of a premium. It seems like. Is what was your take when you saw this headline? So I am made longtime at Mirer of field asset management and their CEO Bruce flat started writing about them in two thousand and two. They are basically their capital generators and they do it by buying under under performing assets, dressing them up, either holding them or selling them. And so the fact that they've gone into get to buy by a city means that they see not so much opportunity in the current price, but they see that they can do some things impulsive levers and make this portfolio much more valuable in their hands and their track record. It's not perfect, but it's pretty good. So the fact that they're paying a premium to current cap rates doesn't really, you know, that doesn't raise any alarm bells with me who Brookfield asset management this. I think this might be the first time we've ever talked about on this podcast. The longtime company. We've talked about a lot in other places in the fool, but yeah, maybe where where do they sit in sort of the competitive landscape like when when you think about their competition, what types of companies are out there for NATO would be the biggest one? Yes. So they own. So Brookfield asset management owns, for example, one financial center. So directly across from the new World Trade Center, that's their property, they own, they either own properties, you know, really a lot of class a office space in New York around the world. They're based in Toronto. So a lot of Canadian, you know, a lot of Canadian property, but they also own things like there's a Brookefield homes, which is separately publicly traded company. And that's there's a own a portion of that. There's also other one called Brookefield infrastructure partners, which owns forest land like half Vancouver island in British Columbia is I say, half, I'm. Yeah, I'm exaggerating a little, but let let they own a lot of of Vancouver island timberland things like that. So they are they. They are a little bit agnostic as to what sort of assets they bought. But in terms of branding, not much of a leap to go from Brookefield asset management, which is in real estate to Brookefield homes. Unlike the branding leap that you showed me earlier today from about thirty five years ago, which was a picture I'd never seen before we should post this so we should send me, we'll post it on the market full review, but it was basically about thirty five years ago when Colgate. Colgate decided that they wanted to slap the Colgate brand Colgate, which synonymous with toothpaste pretty cited, a slap their brand on frozen lasagna. And it's not to say the Colgate can't be a conglomerate that owns a frozen food division, but nobody wants to nobody wants Colgate lasagna. What do you suppose we talked about this a little bit, but what do you suppose they were thinking like, is this something that's going to extend the brand? Hey, let's get your teeth really, really messy and then you've got. Yeah, it is. It is absolutely fascinating to be. And I think that one one of the most interesting things is is actually hurt the sales of their toothpaste, right? They pulled the it. It's not just that this product failed. It actually harmed the reputation of the of their cash cow. Well, that I have to assume that the calculus was the brand recognition for the toothpaste is so strong..

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"vancouver island" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on No Agenda

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"vancouver island" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

"But this is actually worthy similarities with the previous seasons if you guys a fall is this is really where it ends because these ten participants and they're all comprised of competing teams you got brothers and fathers and sons you've got a married couple they all have these unbreakable bonds but that's what makes it interesting because these competitors right out of the gate or going to be split apart and dropped off as individuals they're going to be equipped with ten items now they split this up so each pair we'll have five of these items so the goal is they really riot a gay they've got a mobilize they got to fight each other and they got to survive on this island together now this is a competition so how do you know who wins whoever survives the longest this is essentially like the navy seals guys they're gonna put you through how and a soon as you've had enough just say i quit the last team a sexually to quit meaning the longest survivor is gonna win a half a million bucks it all takes place on north vancouver island and the threat of predators of actual outdoor animals aside from the elements of cider of just trying to stay warm dry in fed aside from all the you've got to worry about animals and there's no network that does something this like history it's gonna dropped ten night i like shows like this you don't whenever you watch as some kind of a reality show.

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"vancouver island" Discussed on Game Scoop!

Game Scoop!

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"vancouver island" Discussed on Game Scoop!

"Now that'll be the that would be like the you know it will be the bottom end version and out so i go you've got your xbox or the xbox one can work i i there gonna tag some other word on it i mean i i i would like to see it just be called xbox and and they never three sixty like without it strives found that never happened never happened again would there was the one that came with no hard drive and a had very little things you can do that was rows the original the arcade sixty are chaos when thinking there yeah so that's like they're lower in model moderate san what he wants to be called scorpio as long as it plays my hd dvds on finally that have bad news for you and that brings us to video games twenty questions and are a suggestion this week comes from wall seem in victoria on vancouver island will was very kind enough he's he visited japan teach visited japan recently and brought me back a souvenir it's a little book that went along with the release of god dyla mother and king era i believe it's all monsters attack monster attack he found this while shopping in throw this author still exist in the universe yes well i mean this universe is kind of gone now this rick with shin godzilla waiting to see what they do with the other monsters net universe but also offered to sit on top against those head he's probably like charging up.

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