13 Burst results for "damon fareless"

"damon fareless" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

04:23 min | 2 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on Front Burner

"Lately are homes have experienced more of us law dishes voice our time concerts and when those drains don't drain as they should call mr rooter plumbing and neighborly company visit mr rooter dot com today high damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in the norwegian newspaper. Vg hunting warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting of the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian vulture and the globe and mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts aktar. The international community including canada has been involved in afghanistan for like close to twenty years. I was reading this new york times piece this morning and resist quote. That really jumped out at me from an afghan expert named or zala that who said you made this country extensively dependent in every aspect for twenty years and then one day you decide. This is the time and you leave without securing it to be able to make any progress. Do you hear people saying. The international community made the afghan state too dependent on outside forces when they international forces intervened in afghanistan. Twenty years ago it was there straggler but now they're leaving afghanistan with afternoon security or stability within a peaceful resolution is afghans straggle. Many people understood struggled for the international community for national security. They should have left behind the some kind of stability and then left everything behind. So i told people feeling betrayed by the international forces and so what are afghans hoping to see from from the international community. Of course they will ask them to stay. But that's not a thing they will reach too they are asking for more security and they are not economies. Not important for them. They're not asking for money. They're asking for security there say they're saying international forces should not leave the country with the current situation city. After city falls into the hands of taliban they are saying that people should have something they can rely on it. They are saying. American national forces should leave. Afghanistan should have left. Afghanistan actually should say after bringing some assurance some guarantee that insurgent groups like the taliban. Don't come to power again.

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"damon fareless" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on Front Burner

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in the norwegian newspaper. Vg hunting warhead follows. A global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting of the new york festivals and recommended.

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

02:32 min | 2 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in the norwegian newspaper. Vg hunting warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian vulture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. It is a profession in crisis. Nurses across the country are facing long hours. More patients emotional exhaustion and they are burning out a year and a half into the pandemic. an increasing number of nurses are walking away from the job leaving staffing shortages behind in quebec. Some emergency rooms are reducing hours to account for lack of staff and in alberta. Some acute care beds are being taken out of rotation all well. The province aims to cut nursing salaries. Nevada hussein is a nurse with the mcgill university. Health center in montreal and lee is a nurse working with immuno-compromised patients at a hospital. In calgary we've agreed to use a pseudonym because she fears reprisals at work. Good morning to you both. Thanks for joining us. Robyn keel a year and a half into this pandemic. H- how would you describe your moralities days. Personally i would describe it as pretty low I think in general the other nurses i work with as well We're all pretty tired and pretty burnt out You know work is not the most positive environment right now. What are some of the biggest challenges Of nursing through this pandemic would have been on for my unit and for myself i think the staffing shortages have really been kind of the main problem for us an edge just getting worse staffing shortages. So every day when you go into work how many nurses are you short It depends on the day We can be anywhere from four or five six even seven nurses short for one shift and that's close to half of our baseline staff so that results in people usually having to stay to work sixteen hour shifts or were calling people in on their days off to come in to help out naveed's you pick up their how..

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"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in the norwegian newspaper. Vg hunting warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting of the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian vulture and the global mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. Doctors django chu and her. Biologists husband cutting chung. We're both escorted from the national microbiology. Lab in winnipeg two years ago. They were then fired last january with no explanation. There has been speculation ever since about the possibility of international espionage. Lots of questions and deflections about the case in parliament the case is under rcmp investigation the whole saga raises questions about the winnipeg lab intelligence sharing and canada's policies on foreign students and now two former colleagues. Dr chew are speaking out and sharing new pieces of the puzzle. The karen paul's has been tracking this story. She joins me now. Good morning karen. Good morning you've been talking to some of the people who knew and worked with. dr chu. what are they telling you well mark. They're saying that the story is not quite what we've heard up till now that doctors django chu is not a spy. We spoke to gary kobe. Who is her former boss at the national microbiology lab. They worked together on the ebola vaccine that saved thousands of lives in africa earlier in this decade They got international acclaim. She's she's a star she's a star scientist and he spoke to her after she and her husband and all of her students were evicted from the lab. He told us a little bit about that conversation. Here's what he had to say. Take a listen. I know character. I know that she's a very ethical person. She has a very strong work ethic. I know she has her life on the line to help people in africa the career on the line of people in africa. And she's never done anything in my view that would have compromised. You know anything in terms of the institution for which he worked. She was a very loyal person at the time she was there. You know from own words to me. She told me this is a misunderstanding. And i don't know why You know i was walked out of the building should understand. She was From the bottom of of are saying that this is a misunderstanding. They are gonna realize that's what it is and you know i don't know that she was necessarily expecting apologies or anything like this that she thought that it was okay to look into this and that people will come by and dollar least on back to work. Dr chu and her husband is we mentioned are both under rcmp investigation. Also questions about a shipment of viruses. Dr chew sent to wuhan china. What does gary copen shirt think is happening here right. I'll get to the shipment but even before that there was something else happening. And i got some of this information through eight tip travel reports. I found that a doctor who had been traveling back to china regularly Between two thousand seventeen and eighteen to help set up the level for lab in wuhan china that would be the counterpart to the one in winnipeg capable of dealing with the most dangerous pathogens in the world. She was training scientists and technicians. She was sharing best practices and operating procedures and carpenter. Says that's what got flagged..

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"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:46 min | 3 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in the norwegian newspaper. Vg hunting warhead follows. A global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting of the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian vulture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. People in british columbia are just coming out of a harrowing heatwave for days temperatures were in the forties. Heat that high and for that long goes beyond uncomfortable really concerned of the heat because it was going to be over forty degrees and her apartment in richmond is really hot so we decided to bring her here and my brother to spend the day to kind of shelter the heat and i guess the he even in my apartment was too much.

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"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:32 min | 4 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in. The norwegian newspaper fiji hunting. Warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian culture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. You forget how to spell. You have trouble typing. It feels like you're in a fog not really symptoms. You'd associate with covid. Nineteen unless you are one of those unlucky long haulers someone living with the after effects of the virus for weeks or months on end. We still don't fully understand why or how cova can harm our brains or how long the symptoms will last amber spence is one of the many canadians who wants those answers. Amber is thirty one year old mother and phd candidate. In gwen on -tario. She had covid in april amer. Good morning good morning curry feeling feeling. Okay today The brain fog is to too terrible this morning so far. We'll see what the day brings. When did you start to notice changes. If i can put it that way and how your brain was working. Well i didn't really register the changes that happened until after the rest of the kind of visit more physical symptoms of covid subsided. But now you know. I haven't had to deal with a lot of the physical symptoms for quite a while and so and yet the brain fog still persists in. That's kind of when i realized that maybe it was something a little bit different. What is the brain fog field like. It can come in a few different ways so you know sometimes for instance. It might just be like a mind. Blank is what. I've kind of started thinking of it as where i will completely not just forget to do something but completely forget that that situation even existed so one example would be. I was getting my son ready for daycare and i grabbed all of my things rag. My keys my mask. The whole thing got him in the stroller and left thinking that i had shut my door. When in fact. I had not and i left my door wide open and i had absolutely no recollection of just leaving the house at that point so it can..

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"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:36 min | 4 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in. The norwegian newspaper fiji hunting. Warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian culture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. I was invited by police to give a look to what they found. I saw so many rare plants that were just cut away from the desert. It was a really sad andrea cactus expert in bologna italy. He also helps italian police. Identify exotic plants smuggled into that country and the bus that he just described was part of operation atacama where authorities recovered more than thousand rare and illegally trained. Cactuses they were valued at something like one point. Two million dollars this was. The man collected the best plants equipped find in chiller to be able to sell them between the plants that he collected the thousand plants he collected. We've found five plant of a very rare species of copy of it is maybe existing in to the habitat in just twenty or thirty in gives us. We cannot imagine if he was able to sweep off the plants. Because it's almost extant. It was the largest seizure of. Its kind in italian history but many fear that it will not be the last bharadwaj is co chair of the cactus and succulent plants specialist group at the international union for conservation of nature and she is in cambridge england. Barbara good morning. Good morning matt. We should be clear cacti or cactuses. People use both the correct. Latin form east cacti. We'll move back and forth between the two what happened to all the cacti or cactuses that were seized in that in that hall in italy. What happened to them. Well we send them back to chile that the last part of the operation of the comma so our colleague. Ray i in in italy With a garden in milan where in charge of very delicately packing all these plants into boxes and they treat them back to chill. Can they be transplanted and replanted. Is that okay. No they actually. Chile has a very strict quarantine rules so the plans they needed a few permits from both sides they talion authorities and the chilean authorities for the plans could trouble and when they arrive in chile. They were transported to some facilities like greenhouses. Were they're going to be kept for fumes for the plans to adopt on just for the authorities to make sure that they don't have any pests or that can be introduced in the field but the plants will not be replanted in the wild. They will probably be destined to botanical collections. In other areas in chiller technical gardens or a research institutes..

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"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in. The norwegian newspaper fiji hunting. Warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian culture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast about one resident in every ten is sick with covid right now in the northern ontario creek community of cashew on more than half of those cases are children or teens. The federal government has sent emergency tents and domes to.

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"damon fareless" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

07:50 min | 4 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on Front Burner

"Hi damon fareless hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in the norwegian newspaper fiji hunting warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian culture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. Hi i'm elaine. Chao in for jameson. Marie wilson started her work as a truth and reconciliation commissioner in two thousand eight. The very first community events she attended was in kamloops specie. I remember an opportunity to visit the school. And to do a tour of the school as it was offered to us and i remembered the incredible feeling of heaviness that overcame me there Just being on the ground and being in the building and just being in that in that proximity the school that she's talking about is the kamloops indian residential school preliminary findings by the to come loose show wet mc nation show that there are unmarked graves of possibly two hundred fifteen indigenous children on those grounds. This discovery has prompted a national reckoning. All week there have been events to mourn the lives of children who died at residential schools and the calls for action and accountability growing louder. The testimony marine wilson heard from residential school survivors in kamloops became representative of what she eventually heard across canada. Almost everywhere we went there restores in accounts of the people who had family members whom they knew to have died in the schools or others who never knew what happened to family members. Sometimes a child sometimes a grandparent or an uncle today. My conversation with truth and reconciliation. Commissioner marie wilson on what needs to happen. That's as the country reckons if it's residential school legacy and a warning. Some may find what we talk about distressing. Hi marie. thanks for making time for us today. I'm glad to be here. How are you well. I think we're all emotionally rocked. At least i hope we are because we certainly should be This Validation i i don't use the word discovery because we've we've known of this for some time now. But this validation of all that the survivors have told us. doesn't make it Any the less gut wrenching and For any of us who have a scrap of humanity about us. it takes us to places of of realizing would be like for our own family members. Our children our own grandchildren. So i i feel devastation. I feel great empathy I feel tremendous respect for the families and the community members who never gave up looking for their children and the impact. Not just to think about these little children in the moment of what they were living through. But to know the weight of that that has been carried around Even in some cases to the death of family members Who have been broken by that experience. And by the loss of those children and it's It's it's a terrible thing that we need to face with honesty and clarity and resolve To to do so much better and to do so much more it's really the intergenerational trauma that you're talking about there well the fact is that so. Many of the survivors today are very elderly here in the territories northwest territories. Where i live where some of the last schools were closed in the nineteen nineties. And that is the case in saskatchewan also There are still living generations in some cases through three generations of people still alive who went to residential school about. It's starting to be more and more that the survivors are are elderly or more critically Are passing on and we are losing so many of the survivors. Who really are the experts of their own lived experiences and the d- tragedy the further tragedy of having Known of this now for for a good long time. Even though we're calling it a discovery this week we have known of it for a good long time And to know that there are survivors. Who have passed on now without ever having resolution of this and knowing that. There's so much still unfinished work to be done. Unresolved pm Yeah ours air. And what i want people to know that Fish went on on hush. Hush find a lunch and I wanted to words to know what we went through a calliope sad and it was like this and all residential scores. Not just in. I just one word to know what went on what happened to us on the note. That unfinished work. When the commission released its final report in two thousand fifteen the number of deaths you had identified with thirty two hundred is that correct is but those were not just so. We're very clear those were through the Records that were available to us. And when when i say records available to us it wasn't like a tidy. Little bundle of the records were of indian affairs. Some of them were from individual church archives. Some of them were for the from the national archives of canada and in half of the cases almost just under half the cases we did not know the cause of death for those children. I'm in a quarter of the cases. We did not know whether they were A boy or girl In the case of the about about a third of them we we didn't have a complete named for these children. They were scraps of details at any such a terrible term to use but it is. It is an honest reflection of the disregard with which we cared for these children at the time of their passing. But what we're talking about in in the case of the common school is we don't know any of those circumstances so we assume that these are numbers in addition to the thirty two hundred that we did record we also know that the national center has stunned further analysis of the of the documents that they had available to them to bring that number up to about forty two hundred now. And we've estimated from the very beginning that the thirty two hundred and beyond are probably extremely conservative numbers because we kept hearing about the children who did not return home and no one ever you. What happened to them right. They don't capture the full scope of this tragedy. And i have nowhere nowhere close to it. We have to assume.

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"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in. The norwegian newspaper fiji hunting. Warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended by the guardian culture and the globe in mail. You can find hunting warhead on. Cbc listen or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. The preliminary findings of the remains of two hundred fifteen children on the grounds of the kamloops indian residential school. This week have brought up a lot of emotions and a lot of questions questions about parented. The vulnerability of children the responsibility of the church. The government colonialism indigenous strength. And truth telling these are also themes in the music of peguis first nation. Artist william prince. He performs this weekend at the juno awards. Album reliever is nominated for contemporary roots album of the year. Liam prince. good morning. How are you. I'm well congratulations on the juno nomination or thank you very much. I'll talk about that in a moment. It's it that's a big sign of success and well deserved. But i want to talk about this week and what this week has been like. You wrote a piece on facebook And you said that you were speaking as a first nations father. You have a four year old boy. And i'm wondering what this week has been like for you as a dad. It's been like most weeks. We've been remote learning and we've been spending a lot of time together. And i think obviously you when children are involved the the heart immediately drops to a new level of empathy. And you think of your own. And i immediately started to do that. I thought of my own son. I think of the time that he's not with me. When i'm when i'm on the road or when he's with his mom that that time is hard enough and i can't think i can't really comprehend the pain and panic behind. Parents losing their children against their will and not not being informed of exactly where they're headed or for how long and what the the outcome of that time away will be it's unfathomable it's a nightmare truthfully and i just felt the need to express not as a musician not as a performer Just first and foremost is a human being a first nations person in this country and then i'm fortunate blessed to have a son so i get that added layer of perspective.

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"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

04:31 min | 4 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Family issued a statement saying they were disappointed that the healthcare workers who treated joyce warrant being truthful and that day in the courtroom was one of the most intense days of the inquiry. These two voices that sparked this outrage across the province on the corner jan. Kim was visibly frustrated and not satisfied with the answer. She was being given and at that point. She said you know what. Let's see this video. Let's play it in the courtroom and you tell me that you were only doing this. of of compassion now. That was the first time he watched the entire video over these loudspeakers on a big screen. Television and by far was one of the most difficult moments during this inquiry. The family was obviously crying as they heard. Joyce crying out for help On the corner then told the patient attendant You know i. I simply don't believe you that you were just trying to to motivate her as as she was saying and the next day when it was the nurses turn to speak. The family's lawyer stood up and even though she was trying to upon apologize and was very emotional. The lawyer said the family would like us to see that video again in your presence and so despite the pain of having to sit through it once more to see it on a big screen. They really wanted this nurse. Who was one of the last people to speak to joyce to hear her words again in their presence And i think that was a very emotional moment again for everyone in the room. You mentioned the issue of systemic racism and this has been an issue that has cost through this inquiry In and around the province given the fact that the premier has said that systemic racism doesn't exist within quebec. How much of an issue was it. Articulated over the course of of this inquiry. How big of an issue. I think it's going to be central to to the report that the coroner will be putting out in the coming months because this is really The the words that They digits leaders that the family wants to see written down in this report because it's been so divisive in quebec because the premera really denied it over and over again I'm because in a case like this. So many people are saying well. You know this is too big and this is too obvious to turn a blind eye to because Of course during this inquiry heard Several other testimony of other Other times other patients who had recorded racist behavior And we've really got a better sense of how it's really really ingrained into the healthcare system. In different ways julia. Thank you for this. I really appreciate it. Julia page is a cbc quebec reporter. She was in high. I'm damon fareless hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in the norwegian newspaper..

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"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

The Current

07:08 min | 4 months ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on The Current

"Hi damon fareless host of hunting warhead from. Cbc podcasts in. The norwegian newspaper fiji hunting. Warhead follows a global team of police and journalists says the attempt to dismantle a massive network of predators on the dark web winner of the grand prize for best investigative reporting the new york festivals and recommended.

"damon fareless" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"damon fareless" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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