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Fresh update on "vancouver" discussed on Jim Bohannon
"The parade you hear there ran for the winter arena up Michigan avenue to millennium park the rally took place at the pritzker pavilion fans cheered them on the whole way like young sauna here This is a very special moment for me because I like to play basketball And when I grew up I want to be a basketball player Feels very nice and it feels like one day maybe I'll be like them ESPN says the four game series averaged almost 550,000 viewers that's up from last year's three game series which averaged just 440,000 watchers WGN sports the Blackhawks fall to the New York islanders and their home opener four to one the hawks host Vancouver Thursday that pregame with Joe brand at 7 the face of at 7 30 with John whiteman on 7 20 WGN and W Jen radio dot com In MLB playoffs the Dodgers beat the brave 6 5 the Astros beat the Red.
Canucks score twice in shootout, beat Flyers 5-4
"The Canucks squandered a two goal lead in the third period before beating the flyers five to four Phillies Pederson and JT Miller scored in the shootout after Vancouver put together a four goal second period to take a four two lead Miller says they didn't hang their heads after blowing the lead I don't think we felt like that took the life back anything happen it's over time we get to a team two nights ago start again Travis connecting Claude Giroux scored over the final two seventeen of regulation in the flyers season opener came back into the Joel Farabee also scored for Philly and Carter Hart stopped thirty five shots the Canucks ended Philadelphia's string of five straight season opening wins I'm
Fresh update on "vancouver" discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"No coincidence. That over the years by you know in on average most managers have kind of underachieved that united especially the ones that we've hired from the champions league in this league witness in vancouver marino kind of under chief for their cv especially given the resources you'd expect more from them like to talk them in kind of felonies offs by talking them in. It would expect. But i just think you would expect more for those manages and i think the structure of our club clubs. Obviously i think has some blame tools going on. Obviously i love it now. You to say tons of team selection and just winning games against lester. Most of the former coaching stuff in a little school boy. Errors like playing harry maguire. When you have eric by on the bench right who will cost us. Fifty million or something like that. A pretty decent central defender. Who i think in general have seen what we seen from harry. Maguire and kind of seeing his level of performances though is no kind of stretch to say time. Mcguire isn't really that much of an improvement on evil linda of obesity. Yes he might have. Some common traits in both as rashy for me doesn't get bullied as easily as of those those russia's intact was bay. Maybe it doesn't get aegis by in terms of being an over defender and the esa especially for more than difficulty pace and being able to you know win the bulls in the playoffs in the back. It's not really. I don't really as much not really bad level better than biden. Lindelof that you'd want to play my like forty percents. Fitness is not that kind of level of play. There are places like that. Maybe because you're not as one of the message wanted to name all the imagine if you wanted him kevin the brain of you wanted them. Maybe salah would be one wanted them. There are players who just because of their ability to change games. You'd want them to play waving to impact game so even keep it the same right. Maybe the gail may flipping a rumor. Maybe the tursis teigen. There's few players who you'd want to just play regardless if fit because they might be able to pull up one woke close. Save that kind of takes you from losing again to join in a game. That sort of thing. So i understand the kind of thinking behind the brahima. Quite isn't that guy he could have easily paid by would have been fine. I think perfectly fine. Even phil johnson. On a perfectly decent job i think against leicester personally. Even i'm not big fan of his but it's cool to see again the attention being finally too. Because i feel as if like he's been legitimately one of the most protected manages i've ever seen fishy for top level club it. Maybe because you know he's maybe liked and he's called friends in the press helped him but also think it's hindered him. Because i think in general you need have. I'm a big believer like radical honesty a big believer in like no stand people. Even people telling you what when you're doing a good job in a bad job most importantly i'm telling you when you're doing a bad job. So that when they tell you when he doing a good job it actually feels like a legitimate. Praise like empty platitudes. That people do call you doing great doing amazing and then behind your back. They're saying how badly doing and how much they want your team. So that's why. I don't think he deserves a bit more brutal on his criticism Criticism is this article cossio. Bbc that says on social projects. Joe's jamie criticism on monday night football jerry. Carrigan and carnival sat down and base book about united and jamie had some very choice words about the possibility of united being successful under ali. And let's say optimistic and of course it's full fullback..
Scientists 'Find Cancer's Achilles Heel'
"Scientists just might be one step closer to beating cancer. After finding what one researcher calls cancers Achilles heel, the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, discovering a protein that fuels tumors. When oxygen levels are low. This allows the cancerous growth to adapt and survive and in some cases become more aggressive. This study, published in the journal Science advances will help researchers to develop drugs that can destroy those
What Not to Spend Money On: The Crib
"The next thing. I want to talk about which i'm happy that we didn't spend money on is nursery decor and a crib or like the baby furniture for the nursery. So i obviously. I wanted to but i ended up finding a really cute set that i loved that matched the kind of room that i wanted him to have when he was a baby. I'll share a picture of his nursery on instagram. actually so we ended up getting a set of a tall dresser and then a lower dresser and then his crib from kia. And i think all three of those pieces of furniture came up to like five hundred or six hundred dollars whereas cribs that i were i was looking at that. Were really nice. And in the nice baby stores were like just. The crib itself was like six hundred or over so that crib was amazing. It had drawers on the bottom and we used that up until we switched him to a bed. And it's still like in mint condition. I am happy that we did not spend a lot of money on the crib knocking ally and to be honest when we travel to my husband's parents house in vancouver or to my parents property to my sister's house we just bought one of the. I think it's one hundred dollars and it's like a would basic crib for my kierra. And if i was you know. If i knew what i know now and i was having my first baby again i would just by that one hundred dollar kia crib. And that's it. i wouldn't even buy one. That's more
"vancouver" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"Is sitting in for blake. And we'd presentation of audi downtown vancouver. Blake joined us on a video. Zoom call earlier today from what looked like a very leafy confines sees.
When Simone Biles Pulled out, Jordan Chiles Stepped In
"Native steps up as the goat in her sport steps out the face of the summer Games. Most popular sport made a stunning decision to drop out of the women's gymnastics team final. Simone Biles had one disappointing appearance on the vault and then told reporters it was not an injury. It's been really stressful this Olympic games. I think just as a whole not having an audience. There are a lot of different variables going into it. It's been a long week. It's been a long Olympic process. It's been a long Year Without Biles. Russia's Olympic Committee took the gold medal. But the United States still earned silver thanks to the efforts of Simone's good friend and training partner, Jordan Child's 20 Years of age from Vancouver, Washington training in Spring, Texas along with some miles these days, And boy can she explode off of the table very similar to Simone, Watch how high she flies right here all big Jordan. Childs had been slated to compete in only two events in the team finals, vault and floor but added balance beam and uneven bars to help her country. She was born into wall It's in Oregon named Jordan after the great basketball player and her boundless energy, a perfect match for gymnastics, overcoming painful injuries to pursue greatness. I had a cramp. In the back of my leg for a long time. I try to push through it, but it's getting hard. Jordan moved to gymnastics programs in Vancouver, Washington, capturing her first US junior title at age 13. She also met her gymnastics hero, Simone Biles came out of the elevator and I saw her and I like I never thought I would run as fast as I did to somebody that I did not know to hit it off in. Simone urged her new friend to move to Texas for pro training. She did so after high school and found joy in performing for the person who matters most. Once I realized that idea to stop doing it for other people and start getting it for myself, that's when I was like, just be free. Have fun with Jordan. Child's did not qualify for individual event finals this week, but her first trip to the Olympics memorable for so many reasons. I'm
EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2021
"My name's Tim it's my fifth oshkosh air venture Live near vancouver in canada and happy to be here. How this before. We continue I'll just mention that. Because of travel restrictions there are far fewer international visitors here to to air venture But but you found a way to smuggle yourself out of canada. I guess and You flew down correct. I did yep That's the one way we can cross by land at this point but through airplanes luckily we can make it here The other restrictions Cova test before we crossed the border to allow to be able to get onto the flight. And then i'll have to do the same on the return on the cobra test in order to return to canada all right. Hey it's Logan lynch Second time come to air venture Came in nineteen and is great excited to be here again. It's probably another record breaking ground this year. It seems like so Flew in from north dakota yesterday so glad to be here. North dakota put the land of the severe winter I'd say severe everything we get the extremes on both ends. We cost hunter three hundred and three up there. The other day we We'll get down to negative fifty in the winter. So it's extremes. Yeah crazy crazy also with us. Hello everybody. this is david. Abby from new york love the airplane geeks for on a right now. Just one of my first podcast. I've ever listened to and got me involved in aviation so it's great to see again at his first oshkosh and i flew in yesterday commercial from from new york via denver because of the I guess crazy Domestic airline operations lately but it went smoothly. No problem so glad to be here and just great to be among the aviation friends
NHL Unveils 2021-22 Schedule With Realigned Divisions, Debut of Seattle Kraken
"The NHL set out two versions of the 2021 22 season one includes a pause for the Beijing Winter Olympics, and if those games are scratched, the NHL will go to Plan B. Last season, there were only 56 regular season games separated by Canada and U. S divisions. The 2021 22 season goes back to normal. The Seattle cracking a part of an opening night doubleheader October 12th taking on the Golden Knights in Vegas and their first home match and climate pledge arena, October 23 against the Vancouver connects. The cracking have traded away, one of the players they selected in last night's expansion
Coyotes Have Taken Over Stanley Park.
"I'm jordan heathrow. This is the big story. Dr colleen cassidy. Saint clair is a professor of biological sciences. At the university of alberta she specializes in the study of how animals including peyote behave in landscapes that have been altered by humans. Hello colleen hi jordan. Thanks for having me no problem. I'm glad you could spare the time. Why don't you start by telling us what's happening right now. In stanley park in vancouver. But also i understand. It's not just in stanley park. Sure well what i know of stanley part comes to me from the news so similar to what other people know. There's an unprecedented situation going on there. Where there is spend thirty Documented attacks on people by coyotes. We're coyotes have bitten people in the past six and a half months. That's extremely unusual. I have never heard of something. Like that. Happening anywhere in north america previously. But nor have. I heard about the situation. That's occurring in calgary in the last month and calgary eight. People have also been bitten by coyotes. Eight different people so you mentioned that. This is incredibly unusual. How do coyotes normally behave in spaces that they share with humans well normal has been a sliding slope for many years decades really over about the past twenty years sir spin increasing reports from across north america of coyotes in urban areas probably coyotes always danced around urban areas and were seen there occasionally by people. There's a at edmonton. That was known as coyote alley a hundred years ago so it's not entirely new. That coyotes are in urban areas. But they just seem to be more. Abundant and boulder and that's occurring in urban areas across the continent from vancouver to halifax from phoenix. T. l. o. Knife pretty much. Every urban area in north america. That i've heard of anyway has a population of urban coyotes. And that's a fairly new phenomenon.
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.
Heat Wave Kills Estimated 1 Billion Sea Creatures Off Canada's West Coast - NPR
"Estimated one billion small sea creatures on the coast of Vancouver. After being cancelled by Covid
Masks or No Masks? Many Businesses Err on the Side of Caution
"But it's co most Brian Calvert found out There's at least one industry still requiring face coverings, no matter what. It seems like a no brainer to this woman. Our industry. It's still Highly recommended. She owns a salon hair, Manny's and Pettis. It's a very intimate close contact service, right? We have no way of social distancing and some appointments run longer than three hours. She's requiring masks for everyone. Other businesses are choosing to do the same and customers. If you go inside any large store around here, the majority of customers are still wearing masks. Even though we know many of them are vaccinated. Every single life is somebody somebody right and I include myself in there that my grandmother died of Covid meet Crystal Monday. She's still big on wearing a mask. Even though she's vaccinated. She knows others feel the same way for several reasons. They don't really know. Which places they can go to safely. They don't know the vaccination status of people. He's even created a website revealing what businesses in her Vancouver BC neighborhood still require masks, she tells CTV. The website went up this past weekend. By Wednesday, she had to pull the sites comment section because just as there is a vocal group still supportive of wearing a mask. There's a very vocal group that feels otherwise. And I had to pull that because people were going in and making false entries. And then, of course, putting harmful content or, you know, calling people sheep, telling them not to wear a mask. Our salon owner realizes some people are ready to ditch the face covering. She's just not comfortable taking any chances yet. I know that there will be a few people that are quite upset about it. It won't be forever. If you still feel strongly either pro or anti mask an important consideration. Perhaps everyone can agree on right now, as we make a transition is good, old fashioned capitalism. Customers can choose where they feel the most comfortable shopping and at this point there appears to be stores that cater to both sides of this ongoing conversation. Brian Calvert. Common use Comeau
Over 100 Deaths May Be Tied to Historic Northwest Heat Wave
"The brutal heat wave that's gripping the Pacific Northwest is being blamed for dozens of deaths this state of Oregon's been hard hit health officials there are estimating more than sixty people have died due to the unprecedented heat authorities in Washington state say more than a half dozen deaths there have been linked to the heat and many more are suspected well more than sixty deaths were reported in Vancouver British Columbia rolling blackouts are back in effect for Spokane to help meet the demand for air conditioning with temperatures over one hundred degrees meteorologists say that this heat wave is caused by a dome of high pressure over the northwest made worse they say by human caused climate change I am Jackie Quinn
Sweltering Heat Wave Linked to Sudden Deaths in Vancouver
Sweltering Heat Wave Linked to Sudden Deaths in Vancouver
"Dozens of sudden death since the record heatwave struck the region on Friday. The coroner's service in the province of British Columbia says it registered 100 more deaths than normally expected. Most were elderly or had underlying health conditions. Canada again recorded its highest ever temperature on Tuesday. 49.5 Celsius. Peter Bows who's in the United States, says temperatures are beginning to reduce. This is a phenomenon that's been affecting the entire western United States from Canada all the way down to the Mexican border. I felt it myself living on the outskirts of Los Angeles, with temperatures in the mid forties sociology I noticed this morning as I went outside, significantly cooler, perhaps in the low thirties, which is still extremely hot. But the signs are that this high pressure that's just been hovering over the entire region. It is slowly beginning to move away. China's 70 year battle to
"vancouver" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast
"My name's aaron inaba cascadia in this podcast series. I highlight unique breweries around katya a region that has a strong presence in the international beer scene. Cascade is a bio region. The pacific northwest on the north american gotten. It made the us states of washington oregon as well as the canadian. Province of british columbia. Visit your first time here. Welcome i hope. You enjoy the Podcast and i hope you had follow wherever you can't your podcast that way. You'll never miss an episode. Help the show out as well now. There's a spot in the lower mainland that has seen a major shift to an entertainment district. In recent years and that spot is in north vancouver located on the traditional nc territories of the squamish enslave tooth the brewery house of funk opened their doors a little over two years ago after seeing a gap in the british columbia beer market house funk brewing has seen some major growth in recent years. Let's get into the conversation. My name is darren hallet's the owner and general manager of haussa funk brewing and it's great to see you. It's always great you as well. I mean we've known each other a while we have and this is your second time on the podcast because you were at previous place are stone. Yeah so Yeah now grade heavy back now and it's a it's a very very hot day here in north man it is and i have to say that patios looking pretty awesome out there but unfortunately there's like construction and a bunch of other things going on so you're stuck inside but throughout the week to thirty two is the The max temp for the week which is insane and so in that. You're going to need some really nice fruity juicy. Funky beers yes. So what is house a phone call about so how long we have been open for two years now. We had our our two year anniversary. Actually both anniversaries have been during covid. We haven't quite celebrated them as As hard as we would if otherwise but how softbank is based around the house of every single one of our beers has to either spend time in would that be a barrel. It'd be one of the food that we have in our burri or be subjected to fermentation with wild yeast seebeck 'bacterial and they're kind of the parameters that we've set for all the different peers that we have in house and by having those it really dictates Where we can go. We started aside side. Brian which i'll talk about afterwards house a logger. Her big loggerheads and era as definition of summer. Sir yeah so so. How did the project come together. Then i mean my cell i. I've been in the beers tree for about ten or eleven years. Now my wife is well she. She'd been in and out of the beer industry and the two of us along with some family and some friends had an always chatted about eventually opening our own brewery. And really i saw that. There was a niche in the market. That was seen down in the states but really not being fulfilled solely by a berea. That's doing just the style of beer were wild donkey sour. And so that that's where it started off and really. That's that's what we enjoy drinking one of my favorite styles beer particularly currently is a brett funky. i see. We didn't see a lot of those on the market so now like immediately that comes to mind is like stuff like crux engine. Nine propolis like those are all down in the states. And we do have bruce that do some of those field have four wins democrat and they do all strange fellows estranged. Yeah yeah but no was doing that solely you having it so that that was everything that they did so yeah. It's been going really really well. We have a great team It's been great reception so far. And we're a really great neighborhood as well in north vancouver. Yeah because this is seeing a bit of a boom. What's been happening in this neighborhood. It's been kicking off. It's largely thanks to the city of north vancouver's counselors mayor just how the planning department has set up the city. So very forward thinking they are. Yeah yeah jerusalem may lower lonsdale's kicking off. There's a lot of new tyler restaurants popping up along with ourselves. There's a think five of the bruce. They're currently opened in the area. We have an additional three more. We have a cider company. A distillery there's a urban winery so it's it's a really cool block that you can take the bus over and then you can just walk. That's what i did today. And i am so hot from carrying podcast equipment. Yes but like speaking of just how like four taking northbound is in the north van area. You were the first or approve drinking in parks which everybody outside of just like what. And that was a big thing last year kind of pushed on by the pandemic right now and even also the extensions on our patio's We had turn around on those by the city extremely fast. in since. then you've seen rush all up and down lonsdale with them is definitely beautify. The area it's made more walkable and as far as we can tell and chatting with everybody in the city. It looks like they aren't going anywhere either. I mean like just big draw. I wanna come here everyday day but obviously bruised row in port. Moody is a walker area. We always reference burs. Yeah i truly do feel that our area has become along the same lines. Where it's you see these crowds of people on kobe friendly crowds pop it around everywhere right so okay. Back to the brewery here You guys have a great brew house in the back. You mentioned would footers but also. There's you really unique in terms of the sizes that you're doing in terms of fermentation right. So what's all the numbers here that you can throw at us for the brew house for sure so at haussa funk. It's definitely more of a test kitchen. We have a tiny little house. Comparative to other burris. It's a five hundred liter. Five hectolitre brew house and then we have a stainless steel tank farm so we have twelve five liter tanks which can go into and we have four tech tax. What that results in is experimentation and we can be really risky with what we do because if for example of that goes awry which is unfortunate but we. It doesn't cost us an arm and a leg so we can take that chance. We also have five ten hectolitres thousand later. Oak footers their horizontal ones. They're beautiful and the temperature controlled. So we actually have a pills. Ner are syncopation pills ner aging in one of our food is kept zero degrees night. And we have a library of about ninety different barrels oak barrels whether it's red wine white wine bourbon. We'll definitely try to get our hands on some gen barrels ones. The distillery opens up down the road. We have a lot of tiny little parts and from those from blending and from experimenting on the on the broo- kit generally on tap. We'll have something new every single time you come in right and then i mean we're sitting amongst barrels those. Yeah yeah so every single one so if there's if someone shows to pull real hard on one of those nails in the taproom they'd come out and also be thrown out at the same time the but first we check them out but yeah yeah the departing gift that i said. I'm in conversation with darren from hausa funk now part of starting this podcast series for me was to explore own backyard and british columbia has a vast backyard. It can be a bit daunting trying to organize a year adventure. Luckily the craft beer enthusiasts at the bc l. Trail have made it easy for you to plan your next trip. At the busiest trail dot ca you'll find recommended tanneries to explore different regions of the province. Everything from of course craft breweries pubs restaurants. And even some great outdoor activities. The area has to offer so whether you're planning a weekend trip or being a tourist in your own backyard the bc l. trail. Guide you to your next beard. Venture new experiences are brewing nearby at the pc l. Trail dot ca. Alright let's jump back into the conversation with house a funk the other thing that really struck me when you guys opened up is your whole tasting room design. It is just beautiful can clean but like there's some nice little characteristics in this room who.
Conan O'Brien and Seth Rogan Smoke Weed On-Air
"O Brien. Um, I don't know why I've never been a fan of his. But anyway, he's uh, always cutting new ground. He got together with South Rogan. And his late night show is coming to an end. He's getting ready to do a big thing for HBO and and you know all that, but he thought he would go out with a bang. So how did he do that? With Rogan? They lit up a big holder on TV live in front of everybody. And it kind of sounded like this. You seem like a guy who's I don't know. Relax, centered. Like you know who you are. I'm going to have a lot of free time now for a while. We're going to start something else up. But I'm going to have some downtime. And I honestly I'm not even kidding. I don't really know what to do with downtime. Yes, I get that sense from you. Yeah. Really Tell me. Yeah, I do. I mean, Never doing your live show in Vancouver after I remember being with you backstage. We were just like what is happening right now. Like what? Why are you doing this demand? I demanded that that I had all the time to, like, Take some time off before we started. The next thing I know, we're during more show all across the country. I think theaters Yeah, I needed to be medicated, but it was still a lot of fun. No, it was a pleasure to play a part in your therapy ins, But, yeah, I think you do have time on your hands. Would suggest this is going to be hilariously on brand. Try smoking a lot of weed for a long time.
The Influencer Marketing Advantage
"Raya sharma ashra. Thank you so much for joining us. It's my pleasure brian. How're you doing. I'm great i'm great. You know it's funny. This is the first podcast that have recorded in the new space. Since i've moved from austin and san antonio i knowing myself prerecorded so many podcasts. That half the things people are listening to our months old and i feel bad. But we've were starting to catch up and we're starting to do this so this will be you know only month and a half old by the time it goes up but i'm so excited to be talking to you in this new space and so sh- raya i give give people a little bit about your background like i personally love what you do at inside podcasting and that's how we first connected but there's so much more to you than that so i'd love to pass it over to you. Sweden all right. So i am speaking to you from vancouver canada today. Which in my humble opinion is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Hope you can visit someday. I was raised in. Dubai was born in bread. By and then i would not do my engineering. Which recently found out hilarious went on to do. My engineering in india quickly discovered that engineering was not for me and did my mba in sydney. I know this is like me flexing. How much i've traveled and i've earned it and then i worked in event marketing in singapore where i did a lot of cold calling in going to events and selling things that was fun. We got out of my comfort zone really quick with that job and then i moved to vancouver in twenty seventeen eighteen. I think and i have been working as a marketer for awhile. Now my day job as i call it is a marketing director. I mean to start up. So i'm the marketing team At an ultimate frisbee organization my team. When they listen to this. We'll ask me why didn't refer to myself as the marketing overlord. Because that's what they like to call me and then as you mentioned right inside podcasting as well which is I don't know if i should say right. But both right in hewett inside podcasting which is a collection of news that happens in the podcasting world sometimes offer my opinions here and there
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.
Amazon Hiring 1800 Canadians
"Today. Want to tell you a little about the latest announcement from amazon about their hiring in canada and part of these hires that they're looking for is to go to support the development of lexi and more of the features here in canada. It almost seems like on a monthly basis. There's a new announcement so this one that they just put out says at amazon is higher eighteen hundred new corporate and tech employees in canada in two thousand twenty one and well already halfway through the year so there looking to hire eighteen hundred people between Now needed ear and it includes vancouver and toronto tech hubs as to the key locations. And here's a rather interesting piece about the story is that they're using a new recruiting program to help find the candidates. Find the best fit at amazon. So it's sort of reversed. Essentially what happens is amazon would offer candidates choice. And then they reversed the process. Instead of having job applicants do their own research about which teams they would like to join the as teams pitch the future employees with the rules. They have open so the bottom line is if you are interested in working for amazon there are lots of openings right now. Amazon currently employs twenty three thousand full and part time employees in canada and that includes facilities in bc ontario berta manitoba and quebec and Between twenty ten twenty nineteen amazon invested more than eleven billion dollars in the infrastructure in
Indigenous Juno Nominees Show Their Range in 2021
"Julian thank you for having me falem. It's an honor to be on the show the ridge. That's the title of your latest album. What's the significance of the ridge to you or the ridges short-form for as a it's a place in british columbia. A town close to vancouver where i spent many of my summers with my grandparents. My grandfather john. Thomas gangs and his wife. Carol skanks took a big part in raising me and It's an an omaha just to to that particular time in my life to them into that place which are find very special and the ridges deeply personal album Everything on it is a true story based on something from your life. Why did you want a record moments from your life in this way going through a really hard time my mom who is a mohawk heritage her family all of them passed away within a five year period. She's the only one left out of five of them and it was very traumatic for all of us. I don't even know how mother dealt with it and how she deals with it. Because i i had a hard time dealing with it and the one thing that happens when that particular thing happens to you and your family when people pass and so many of them a short period of time. You're pretty much you know in shock. It's like you got hit with a baseball bat. You can't get up. And i needed a way to sort of trace my footsteps back to lie my youth and to remember these people and the second thing that happens is because of death other things get really mixed up complicated States of people in wills and things like that and i got caught in the middle of that a lot and it was really disenchanting. I felt as if my childhood had been stolen from me. In a way
"vancouver" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast
"Plexiglass. I love the little van. Mir's that i've got On a volkswagen westfalia night happened to also have like a spare set of glass for it. So we We decided early on. I mean at first out of necessity because plexiglass back in june of last year was basically impossible to find and if you could get it it was outrageously expensive and I was up in my shop one day. And just kind of looking around trying to figure out what i was going to do for these barriers and caught out of the corner by this stack of all the extra Westphalia windows and So he built nice for frames in framed up the windows and have those bars in various and the other I hate this word but pivot. You've done you've really had to step up the packaging game right because before. yeah you weren't really a packaging. Murray not not really. I mean that was certainly not a part of our short term plan and we kind of changed that early on and we started doing some special bottles in the aude canned beer but for sure at the start of cova did. We realized very quickly that we needed to shift ferry sharply into Into packaging lot more beer so Yeah we were lucky enough to get that cba loan through the canadian government also Chris sharon from slow beer company. he had ordered A gosling which is Wild goose canning line. that's like kind of their their newest smallest say like microbrewery puppy type type place. Canning line and He offered to to split it with me and So we jumped on that opportunity. And so we've been sharing a canning line ever since which which has really helped us to transition into a more like packaged product wholesale business as well and speaking of that sharing. I think you were one of the first breweries to like really collaborate with everybody and you came up with the beer van. So yeah how did that come together. So that again was was chris christina like when the pandemic i hit i was actually over on vancouver island for like a a small holiday. we went over like just before and then i was over there when everything kind of shut down and i had to like call and lay off all of my employees from from the island. It was really horrible horrible and not ideal and like yeah just burned into. My memory is like one of the one of the worst worst moments of being a business owner. Well let's hope when we can travel again you can go back and reclaim that as a as a good memories data for sure so so yeah i was over there and kinda just feeling like yeah feeling pretty down about everything as i think everybody else in the world was and and then we kinda my wife and i were like well you know very least we can like start delivering beer so we liked just quickly through together like a very rudimentary plan with our business partners to like just take orders.
"vancouver" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast
"British columbia located on the traditional unseeded territories of this Tooth fish and musk him in the neighborhood of east also known in the craft beer community as east van due to its high concentration of craft. Breweries is a brewery called luquillo. They open and have stuck to offering italian style beers well exceeding their styles a bit as well as their food options. I sat down with the brewer and co owner. Brian parfitt I am the owner and one one owner and head at the company and Yeah what did you open again like. It's been a while we opened october. Two thousand sixteen so four and a half years coming on our fifth fifth anniversary there all right so Yeah it's you know in terms of like just designed year one of my favorite tasting rooms here because you have this big feature geometric wall. But i mean you know. Your beer is also really fantastic. That's but like it's very comfortable here when we're allowed to be lot and yeah yeah big storage room which is actually kind of helpful by definitely preferred. How people in your right. So where did the idea for the burri come from them. I guess probably back in twenty thirteen. Two thousand fourteen ish My wife eleanor. And i were just kinda getting into the craft beer scene here in bc and already been like we. We traveled down to the states. A lot to visit berea down there and like portland california seattle. Yeah we always had a dream to to do something in the hospital industry and like we're kind of thinking beer bar or something and then the craft beer boom started to to happen here in vancouver And we'd like you know. Go to pol street all the time and thirty three acres and apparel for nine around and Yeah and then we just kinda shifted our idea. And we're like why don't we open a brewery instead of a beer bar. I was home during the time. Had been for a few years. And yeah basically we were looking for a career change for for myself mostly. Meanwhile are now business partners. Who are old friends of avars..
"vancouver" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching
"Because there's if you made a pitcher for one season, he did everything he should. and. So having that knowledge that that's what the playoff picture could be going forward from now on. The Blue Jays are going to be hard pressed to really screw up and miss the playoffs I. Really don't see how they're going to be like Alan, hockey. Detroit Red Wings as much as I hate him, they always made the playoffs. So you got that ticket to the dance just let you could ride it and go right to the world series. No matter how this thing works out Brennan I, do love that idea of having that wildcard like mashed fast yes. So on there, I really think that would be something to watch almost because then you could bring back that sudden death game. Ask on the lowest I'm there and then have a quick little three-game series all on a week, and then run into your normal playoff structure and it wouldn't be anything to out of the crazy. But I there was something about that and I don't know if it's just because of the win homerun that wildcard sudden-death. Throw it all away game. There is something fun about and I really do not want them to go away from that one game sudden death thing I. Think there is something dead baseball accidentally stumbled onto there and it was something that was created from that wildcard Wednesday that happened to happen before the playoffs that one year when the raise just happen to sneak into the play offs because they came back and want against the Yankees. Yeah. Yeah I think the whole wildcard matchup mash up thing I. think that's actually a really fun. Idea Anderson again is a nice little kickoff to the playoffs you're watching. I wouldn't say shitty teams, but you're watching scrappy teams like fight and claw their way into the actual quote unquote playoff bracket race, which I think there's something to that I? Think there's an element of rooting for those teams to succeed. and. Also, you know that Kinda tickled me when you said thirty two teams. I. Really like that. I really like that idea. Yeah and realigned divisions in a way to make it four, four, four, four. Yeah. You would have to put Tampa into Montreal and I think that the next team would be well obviously, they would maintain so I think they would add a team in there saying Tennessee is a huge. Place to have it and. I don't know. Is there any other place that the Vegas maybe? Not Spend. Any Expos bring the Vancouver Canadians to be a major. League Baseball Day. I mean, Hey, I can. Yeah. I would take baseball and five seconds. Yeah. Yeah. No they've talked about Tennessee. AFC Net Portland has been mentioned consistently just another west coast team. Yeah. Other one was Charlotte because they have such nice. A AAA stadium that temporarily be a major league facility sagoes draw. Already. Yeah. So one of those three or four markets, I think would be the one for sure. Yeah I can't see the J. falling out of the East though. So if it's if it's going to be, I'm maybe they go into the National League which if they're gonNA utilize a universal da I'd I don't know that would be such a bad thing. But if they're not, you're going to still have that Jay's xrays. Yankees red. SOx And you could probably put Baltimore. You can make an argument for them to beat not in the east..
"vancouver" Discussed on Talking Lion
"Talking line is a podcast focused on artists artists conversation. We're primarily artists duo called sleeping lion, but we've been lucky enough to write produce and hang out with so many incredible artists since we started our project whether it's at sessions or Party's over cups of coffee, we've talked our creative friends about everything, music life, love, and all the. Subtle complexities that come with being in the middle of journey talking line is about hitting recording these conversations and sharing them with you. There's no real structure nothing really prepared just friends talking about life and what it's been like and where it's going we now have Patriot for fans of our show to help keep this going subscribers will become a part of the show in various ways from providing questions to. Our guests to getting a shout out on the show to actually being on the show to chat with us. We'll even send you a monk to check out our Patriot on at PATRIAE DOT com slash talking lion. We recorded this episode with our friend, Tim from Vancouver. Sleep Clinic. We first met him in twenty seventeen when we opened for Vancouver Sleep Clinic in Boston we remained friends since we've run into Each Other a couple times in Los Angeles some context for this interview, we recorded this remotely towards the beginning of this year's quarantine. Tim had released an album titled Onwards I on a few months earlier in early influence for us and a supportive friend Vancouver sleep clinic shape the Sonics the current generation of pop while remaining true sound. So without further ADO, I'm Tim from Vancouver Clinic and this is Tony. Hey Hey has gone good guide how how's everything been in this We're sort of apocalyptic time. Yeah it's been pretty strange kind of like yeah. Just trying to find ways to ease time is like a water extra time now obviously say kind of like. Being like bit of a couple I guess everyone has kinda gone away a citizen time chill out a bit and think about what? What I WANNA do Nexen. Yes. It's kind of like a bit of a mixed emotional thing I guess it's Kinda like. You're back. You're back in Australia's. Backing, Strahl that Assad in London counteract before it will happen. Meant to be that in a couple of months and then it all kinds of crazy say. Back before they shut shut the border. What was what was going on in London Always working on new music. So it's of like pretty much just starting like the new album process and a call. So you were going to people on your on your records were you were you writing or producing anybody else's records as well? Not just says it's my in stuff. In London I was just kinda working with a couple of producers trying to find the riot erupted collaborator like going with it. So yeah, it's one of these things like it's currently makes you think about the spectacle 'cause like on always for me. It's easy for me to get caught off about the situation, but I had to get her and there had to Blah Blah Blah but like. I guess on the scale things people losing their jobs in like that. Yeah. Struggling to pay rent and stuff like I guess is. As far as like Korea's go whatever. I mean. We can stand side make music riot. Yeah. Record read whatever like it's the end of the world. So I know plenty of people who is releasing themselves like police kind of how they should be feeling about this like both on the negative and the positive like I know people are feeling really down and like Oh. Well, I'm lucky. I shouldn't feel down and also people who. Are. Enjoying this and they're like, well, this is a terrible thing. I shouldn't be enjoying this I think the best thing to do is just not police any of it and just take it day by day and kind of enjoy..
"vancouver" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"So my episode today. . is about the nineteen eighty Mount Saint Helens eruption. . So now, , we weren't alive then even though we were not alive, , then it was you know years until Jillian. . Many years. . Until we were born. . We are in our. . Mid Twenty. . S. . So we're very youthful. . Yeah. . We say <hes> what's a CD or whatever I don't know anything I couldn't even pretend to be a teenager because I have no idea went technology. Don . T TIKTOK ON THE TIKTOK You know on the TIKTOK so. . Nineteen Eighty Mount Saint Helens eruption <hes> has a lot of parallels to what's going on in the world today, , but it's an interesting story. . So to to start with for our non US friends and Non West Coast friends, , I didn't know the details about this when I started researching it but Mount Saint Helen's which is known as a lot lot to the indigenous lets people and Lou wit. . Luella cloud to the click a tat <hes> is an active stretch of Okano located in. . Skamania. . County. . Washington in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States I. . Apologize to the Washingtonians. . If I pronounced Skamania county your Skamania county incorrectly. . I'm sure I will get an email about this. . Fifty miles eighty kilometers northeast of Portland Oregon Ninety, , six miles or one hundred and fifty four kilometers south of Seattle Washington. . So to get a sense of where Mount Saint Helen's is. . If you're thinking of both Washington state and Oregon is roughly like. . Square ish rectangular ish in shape with Washington, , in the north and Oregon just below. . Mount Saint Helen's is in the lower left quadrant of Washington state near the border of Oregon. . and. . She's roughly halfway between Portland, , and the Portland Oregon and Olympia Washington, , which is the Washington state capital. . Okay. . <hes> also relevant northeast of Mount. . Saint Helen's is what's called Spirit Lake. . And there's a bunch of little rivers and creeks in that area just due to like the geology of the area but almost directly north of the mountain is the north fork toodle river. . River toodle or Poudel T. O. U. T.. . L. E. Title River. . So. . Also? ? Mount Saint. . Helen's takes its English name from the British diplomats. . Lowered Saint Helen's is a friend of explorer George Vancouver who made a survey of the area in the late eighteenth century <hes>. . The volcano is located in the cascade range is part of the cascade volcanic arc, , which is a segment of the Pacific Ring of fire that includes over one hundred and sixty active volcanoes and for the record before the explosion mount. Saint, . , Helen's stood at nine, , thousand, , six, , hundred and eighty feet high. . So. . They knew it was part of the ring of the ring of Fire Okay Yeah Yeah So. . They knew as part of the ring of fire. . It had experienced some activity throughout recorded history but it. . It remained dormant basically from its last period of activity in the eighteen, , Forty S and eighteen fifties. . So by one thousand, , nine hundred had been more than one hundred years before there was any like really significant activity that includes ash like little burps and like any kind of flow or anything like that. . So. . At this point people were pretty complacent thinking nothing's going to happen anytime soon it's fine like it's a dormant volcano for all intents and purposes until we get to the spring of nineteen eighty. . Okay. . So, , there were several small earthquakes beginning on March fifteenth of that year indicating that magma may have begun moving below the volcano also just as an f. y. <hes> we talked about natural disasters on episode sixty one which was called here I am rock. . You like a hurricane I talked a little bit about that about volcanoes in that episode. . So if you want to refresh your memory about the basics of what's in a volcano check that out episode sixty one, , it's very good. . Thank you. . So on March Twentieth Three Forty Five PM Pacific Standard Time, which , everything will be NPS T. . Shallow magnitude four point two earthquake centered below the volcano's north flank signal the volcanoes return from one hundred, , twenty three years of hibernation. . A gradually building earthquake swarm saturated area seismographs, , and started to climax at about noon on March twenty fifth reaching peak levels in the next two days including an earthquake registering five point one on the Richter scale. . A total of one hundred and seventy four shocks of magnitude. . Two point six greater were recorded during those two days. . That's a lot. . Yeah. . So geologists in that area are like look is no not a great sign. . Initially. . There was no direct sign of eruption but small earthquake induced avalanches of snow and ice were reported from aerial observations. . So this mountain is shaking and you know stuff is falling off. . It's not it's not nothing. . At twelve thirty, , six PM on March twenty seventh phreatic eruptions which are explosions of steam caused by magma suddenly heating groundwater. . So that's like a quick like spur. . Of, , like Ash and Steam K <hes> ejected and smashed rock from within the old summit crater. . Excavating a new crater, , two, , hundred and fifty feet wide. . And sending an ass column about seven thousand feet into the air. . So you yeah, , knock. . Great. . So by this date along, , east trending fracture system had also developed across the summit area. . So there's cracks forming in the summit. . This was followed by more earthquake swarms in a series of explosions that said ash even higher above there. . And most of this ash fell between three and twelve miles from its fendt. . But some was carried hundred fifty miles south to bend Oregon or two hundred and eighty five miles east to spokane Washington. . So the ash went pretty far and those who were like what the What is happening here? ? So? ? then. . A second new crater and a blue flame were observed on March twenty ninth.
"vancouver" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You got an e mail, and it became one evening last week and you had until the midnight the next night to buy the tickets. Um, you could take up to six people. At those cheaper rates, but all of the holidays were blacked out. All Fridays and Sundays were blacked out. Ah, A lot of destinations were blacked out. Individual destinations were blacked out on other days of the week and stuff so you really would have had to scramble. Basically, you've gotta pick all off peak fares. This was not what the way that the thing was. It didn't have these kinds of restrictions before apparently didn't go over very well. And I haven't talked to the Giants about this. So I'm speculating because the next day we got another email in our mailbox, it said Ho offer extended But only another 24 hours. Did you get those two? I did, and not only that Another 24 hours went by and they extended it again again didn't have any clear notification. Assed to what you could do if you needed to cancel or you wanted to change of flight. So there was a lot of unknowns that would normally take away more than 24 hours. To figure out and decide. So any of us many of the carriers are allowing folks if you know the and they're extending this about a week at a time. I'm sorry a month at a time. They're saying Well, if you buy a ticket during August Before August 31st you can that that ticket will never have a change fee or cancellation fee. You can change it or cancel it for free because they're trying to get people to buy tickets and plant travel. I suspect when September rolls around some of the most say Well, if you buy a ticket in September We'll do the same thing for you. But this didn't show any. When you went to the website for Alaska Airlines where they took you. It didn't show that those that if you bought these tickets that you would be able to get a refund And because they were so limited on days of the week and stuff. This is basically a somewhat worthless promotion unless you really had specific days that you were going to a secondary destination. So shame on the Giants and I take the fact that they, you know, they kept extending it day after day after day. I didn't see one of my mailbox last night. So, apparently now it's over. But ah, you know if you're going to do these things, guys, let's do him on the on the up and up. I got a chance to go to Vancouver, Washington, not British Columbia, but Washington right over the border from Portland. And one of my favorite places, folks who listen to this program. No, I'm really fond of a small farmers market there. But there is a great hotel there in Vancouver's downtown Vancouver, right across from Esther Short Park, where the market is held. Every Saturday and Sunday. It's the Hilton Vancouver. And it's not only a really nice hotel. I mean, a Hilton's The Hilton, you know, and this is a nice hotel. In its clean. They have a floor where you could get a patio on your room. If you want for a few extra bucks great restaurant in this hotel, and I can't think of any hotel in the country that I would tell somebody to go eat in the restaurant. It's called Greys. We had dinner there Friday night, and the food was so good. We went back and had dinner there again last night. It's in the Hilton in downtown Vancouver, which is a wonderful little city. Portland's got a lot of problems going on a lot of things going on in Portland. Right now, Vancouver is kind of a miniature Portland. And with this beautiful park downtown in the farmer's market stuff, it would make a great weekend getaway. Ah, and this Hilton Hotel is the food at Gray's is just really terrific. The service was excellent, both nights. Steaks, burgers, fish, all kinds of some pretty cool stuff there, so also just up the road are the if you want to go visit Mount ST Helens. And so places that you can you know viewpoints where you can see the mountain depends on how far you want to go. Stuff like that. Visitor centers are closed. Ah, but parking lots are open so you can go. You can still go and up on part of the mountain and all the interpretive exhibits the stuff outside are open. But next year Visitor centers will be open so something that something is.
"vancouver" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal
"Hi everybody that's listening in watching her consuming this in whatever form you choose on, thank you for checking out yet. Another Ernie normal session. It's a series. I started to try and give an idea of what vegans around the world are experiencing the Covid, nineteen pandemic, and hopefully through this people will find some common things to connect with while also learning about some of the differences in the experiences that people are having in this case today I am. Am talking with someone who runs a business on the simply will be the second in a series of islands, being businesses as well because obviously not only are there people behind these businesses that are dealing with pandemic, but there's also the businesses themselves that I. Feel people should be aware of that, too, and on that note, could you please give us an idea of your business? And Maybe Yourself Yeah kind of both. Maybe we can do that. Sure I'm glen and Iran My wife Nice shoes in Vancouver in Canada. In British Columbia. We. I was trying to figure out when we opened. We opened in two thousand eleven I think I'm pretty sure. I think it's been nine years. So. We've been around for a while little while And we sell shoes, and and all sort of leathery things, but begin Exclusively. so I mean yeah. With nine nine years in in lovely Vancouver I'm guessing new seen quite a few changes, but obviously right now. There's been. Some significant changes that have kinda altered a lot of things around the world, but. Within. Vancouver and maybe within BC I'm not sure like how the restrictions are coming down to two people and stuff What are some of the things that have been happening involving the pandemic that have kind of affected like how you've been able to do business. Well. There weren't any actual restrictions on our business per se. Except in mid March by mid March. Or even early, March, maybe late February we started to see sales declines in our customers. People just weren't going out shopping as much. Everybody was so worried that the world is GONNA fall apart. You know that was when the stock market was really declining nobody was freaking out. Before any restrictions have gone into place in north. America I.
"vancouver" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Adam is in Vancouver Washington hi Adam what's up good how can I help I have a question just about investigative character action that we should go my wife is recently changed jobs and so she had a pension through the state that isn't available anymore so we can have an opportunity to kind of start something fresh and just what direction we should go okay is she vested in that can she rolled out to an IRA she'd become more years and so she will at some point go back to do to get bested did the future but that's that's not at that point yet okay so they don't release the pension to her in a lump sum as an option correct yeah that's not an option and so we're just gonna we're gonna keep that there and try to just do something new from here on it and go back to that later and the new job she has been there for one K. I don't **** play okay contract work okay good and well there's two things she can do there one is called a cell position providing plea pension plan as CPP okay and if you don't have employees that is a wonderful way to do it and you're allowed to put in a percentage it ends up the calculations of around thirteen point eight percent of your net profit on the business into a separate and you put that in good growth stock mutual funds before I did that I would simply find a Roth IRA with the first fifty five hundred dollars going to fifty five hundred dollars a year under Roth each of you and a good growth stock mutual funds and I would do those first before I bothered with the shop and then I would do the same not if you just if she starts getting employees the sap can become cumbersome many employees that have been with you more than three of the last five years in your business have to be included in the set up of the same percentage of their income as you put in as a percentage of your income so if you put in ten percent of your income yet but in terms of all your employees about with you more than three of the last five years so I did a set up in the early days of my business and then I just rolled it to a traditional IRA at the time that I am started having team members that have been with me more than three of the last five years shop in the early days when it was just me and then when I was a couple of others that have been there three years I started with that and I did traditional Irish as well nowadays you do a Roth IRA then do the sep second and it's a really good way to put some money into retirement get a good growth stock mutual fund if you need more informational sapper how to do stuff as a self employed person like that just jump on smart investor click smart restaurant Dave Ramsey dot com putting your info it'll drop down a list of the smart Vester pros investment professionals that we recommend in your area one of them will sit down with you and walk you through the detail on that I'm not in that business but those how you find the people I recommend Brent is with us in Phoenix Arizona R. Brent our hill hello Dave I'm doing good thanks for taking my call I quit but my question is I'm getting about forty thousand dollars is going to be in the heritage I'll nine thousand dollars on a credit card I'm going to pay off my car that'll be twelve thousand dollars I have no other debt and I'm going to spend some of the money there's a few things need to be done to my house so I want to take at least ten thousand dollars and invest some challenges the eight years old so probably start looking like a lot of I don't know whether should I use she does a good for one K. and IRA or Roth IRA on computers I'm study did not confuse totally about the three gotcha okay well with that ten thousand dollars I would not do that I would become debt free in a what do the repairs to your home and I would get on good tight written budget that you and your wife start looking at jump on every dollar dot com and get that start doing it it's easy to do this if you don't make the money that you have behavior ten thousand hours Michael be near enough anyway your not to do a lot more than that so we teach a thing called the baby steps which we have shown to be the shortest path to wealth debt free first emergency fund is baby step three a rainy day fund of three to six months of expenses I'm gonna use the ten thousand dollars towards that okay and I'm gonna have you start putting fifteen percent of your income towards retirement which is the questions you're asking okay the Roth IRA or a Roth four oh one K. operate exactly the same way in terms of how taxes are calculated they grow tax free but there's no tax deduction on the money you put in but the growth will be the larger portion of your money anyway and so you put money into the four oh one K. or the Roth IRA or Roth four oh one K. Roth IRA if you do not have a Roth four oh one K. at work and it's only a regular for one K. then I would do a Roth IRA at home that's better unless they match do you have a four one K. work yes I do they only contribute three percent now take about a month and that detail and they match fifty percent okay bump it up to ten that's fine get that match and if they allow you to make that a Roth four oh one K. do that then in addition to that I will get you to fifteen percent of your income so you can pick up a couple of Roth IRA's as well you can put you at your age you can put sixty five hundred dollars a year for U. S. sixty five hundred dollars a year for your wife into that into good growth stock mutual funds and get that started and just like I just told her the last caller if you need help with that just click smart investor a Dave Ramsey dot com to find the folks in your area that'll help you get that done that we recommend.
"vancouver" Discussed on WTVN
"In the Vancouver sun had a search and rescue commander saying that by the end of that day they have a hundred percent coverage of the primary search area yeah I've never heard far commander say a hundred percent the Michael's brother was a special prosecutor for the Ontario commission of water I got the BC government to keep searching for an additional three days the surgery in you rescue ended with the commander stating that it was the most frustrating search and rescue he never ran nothing was ever found which in the mount Seymour September seventh nineteen eighty seven sixty one year old Charlie Mousseau went up to mount Seymour he was an immigrant from Italy regularly hike the mountains use insurance salesman married for twenty two years with a family and kids did exercises every morning was in perfect condition on September seventh eighty seven it was a national holiday in Canada and there are a lot of people on the mountain at seven AM we drop the sun at an event that was in Vancouver he knew we had to pick a set up a one thirty eight of the study we're gonna hike mount Seymour totaled trappers cabin well probably never made it back to pick up the sun his wife called the RCMP at five PM we found this car in the same parking lot while the others were massive search started the next day police found two groups of people who witnessed hearing cries for help five kilometers from the parking lot in the area of Dinky peak and this was three kilometers past mystery like the search consisted of RCMP dogs two helicopters the bloodhounds search and rescue teams from several jurisdictions he was a parishioner of the local scene Ellen's perish in Burnaby and the father of the parish made a public plea for assistance the search rescue commander stated they were baffled because they couldn't find anything massive search never found surely miss.
"vancouver" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast
"Breweries around Cascadia region than has a strong presence in the international beer scene. Cascadia is a bio region in the Pacific northwest on the North American continent is made up of the states of Washington Oregon as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia. But this is your first time here. Welcome I really hope you enjoy the following episode. And if you like it please hit some scribe in your favorite podcast APP. That way you'll never miss a show. East van or better known in the beer community as yeast van is a major craft beer center in Vancouver British Columbia one brewery in particular in this neighborhood has and Dina Brewing Company. They're about to celebrate their third birthday. Andina mixes the founders heritage with creative experimental flavors for their beers in a bit. I'll be chatting with their brew master but I I sat down with one of the CO owner. My name is Sandra Day semi. Yeah and I am Kohner of Andina company all right and how long has been opened in existence for four? Willard was founded in twenty fifteen but we open our doors and twenty seventeen so march first twenty twenty s going to be three years exactly right yeah and bitter time there between three years a while from planning and then opening the signing stuff Opening was tougher as well. Yeah but how did you find? You would actually when I when I first arrived here in Canada which was twenty one years ago. We started drinking with my brother. The usual Fund Dumond and trump is stolen and that stuff and we started liking beer back when huffing hundred different various beers until we really got into craft and really found what you know what kraft was was about One night we were drinking in my brothers may spent and drinking beer of course and then we wanted to get into business. We wanted to really do something different. And be our own boat bosses Kennedy and he was actually my brother's idea he said. Why don't we make beer? We're drinking beer. We like beer. Why don't we make sure and one thing that the another and here we are right so like were were you. Sold immediately like yeah. Let's open a period. Yeah boy immediately. My First Question. My my first thing is like well. We don't know how to brew. We'll find somebody can brew. We don't know anything about this. We'll we'll find somebody true enough. We found consultants. That help does build a brewery and with a whole bunch of things right right so but Yeah we don't know how to brew but we're into to bring into multi beer brewer. So there you go. We are very happy about that because We needed to find somebody who could bring a lot of creativity that we didn't have before and Ben happened sort of I accident which is good for us. Hopefully it's good for Ben as well but Ben was bring out of callister and He wanted to contract brewing here had tried his products his bombastic beer and some others I approach said. Hey we're in the lookout for Burg. Do you want to coming team instead of contract brewing and we sat down and SORTA. That's that's how it happened. But Ben brings a lot of a lot of creativity which that's where when he's a great for number one number two. He's also graphic designer. I don't know if you know that. But he's also helped us changed labels and change a little bit of clean a little bit of Of Sort of the little bit of the branding. Even though our branding is good but we need to solid fi are labels and a whole bunch of other stuff. So we're lucky in that sense that we've acquired ben in another thing is to attest to his creativity we have and. I'm sure you've heard this. We have the brew every Friday where we tap a fifty at liter keg of Nafta Screw Pile Abacha and he created he creates some weird stuff. Which summons good some not so good but how do those bins bruise? We were able to do for example our new COQ lot Toasted COCONUT. Stout came out of that. And there's a bunch of others that are lineup like blood. Orange Sh parallel. I think we're one of those and He did at one that I really liked which was a lollipop by so he saved all the candy from Halloween from his kids in which was phenomenal. And he's done a lot of other words. So that is a validation of how creative and yes. We're very very fortunate. I'm sorry expanded talked so much in this crutch no now. It's all good but but with Andina. I you know you were talking about branding. You have a very clearly defined theme to the brewery and yeah and and what is that well. The number one is Obviously South American inspire great trying to bring our our South American heritage infused with the twenty one years being here so we infused a little bit of with the Canadian Tradition and when I say infuses because there's really not a lot of craft in Columbia so you think about Colombian or South American beer. It's your typical Pilsen lager no higher than four point two anywhere anywhere in South America. You give him a four point five. This is a strong beer by it. So it's not the actual. The beer tell comes from there but everything else again. Campuses our background and our food. Our tradition you know the language everything that we wanted to bring it showcase a little bit about that. So that's number one number two is. I'm not sure if you noticed. But there is not really a lot of breweries depicting a female female aspect of the and we want it strongly to be a female brewery first of all beer in Spanish female so we wanted not only in our in our logo in our brand but we wanted. We wanted to show a little bit of that female side of of a burris again. They're not really a lot of breweries that showcase a female like a female type of thing. So that's that's number two which I think are the two most important aspects And by like with that Like Benjamin making some really fruity flavorful things with South American fruits cow. That's that's a nice kind of direction that you right. Yeah Yeah we want it to. We started with the came about making some fruit beers based on others. Were making some fruit. Be here so we. We started bringing some fruit from Columbia in Columbia has a lot of exotic fruit to have you know we did one with with Lula. Which is a really strange fruit. And we did that Lugosi. Which went really really well. And then Fe. Hoy's another another fruit that it's basically people don't know about it and we start exploring a lot of that and for some reason the guava was one of the killer ones in The welfare system has turned to be our flagship right also. Yeah so yeah. A lot of South American products are planned date. Chips are brought from South America. There's some some stuff they're bringing from south from South America. Yeah yeah so like then on that. You have the beautiful tasting room. How many seats do you have out there and And then you have a little kitchen as well to go with. Toco kitchen so we have a license for sixty people at tasting so at any given point we can fit sixty but on the other side of the bar. There's sort of a waiting area that you can have a beer before coming in. Weekends are specially busy but Any other timer day would be very easy to come in and then find a spot on. Yes we have a coal kitchen when I mean Cole kitchen as you can't relief deep fried or doing any of that stuff but we do have Stove-top and some Evanson whatnot and yeah so we offer South America. Food rates of each is being number one. Cook three four kinds of agenda. And we also have a vegetarian feature which is Mushrooms Vj for those vegans Vegetarians Platov chose which is not chose but instead of tortilla chips planting chips. And it's lovely. Yes you can you can add. Pu Pork and whole bunch of stuff and they're not positive publicity poor man's and South American Columbia basically in airplanes bread And then you you put on top meals full pork or chicken art cheese or whatever you WANNA put so we have. Some of that in bananas are big. Of course have beef and Bananas Invasion Pinatas. Well in a couple of our things. Cheap cassava chips and Some other minor stuff yeah So what was what was the struggle of opening this place. And why did you choose East Vancouver here to open up and I'll start with? Why did we choose? The Hispanic Hoover was exactly because of the other breweries. We wanted to be near the other Burris To be able to capitalize on the fact that people would come into tours and be able to go one or two or three. You don't WanNa be a destination you WANNA be able to be part of something so we are part of eastern right now and Like a community. Yeah I M people don't want to go and stay in my opinion. I don't think people want to go and stay at one one brewery all night. They WANNA go stay awhile. Try other beers someone. So that that's that was the main reason in the challenges starting from trying to find the place which took us about a year find trying to find a suitable place you know we were very close on actually wearing the bidding. Breza run with Strathcona. Actually so there were two of US bidding for the same space and Obviously we lost their now. But you still technically neighbors and then we had right after that we found this spot. And Yeah we we kind of in love with with the whole style building and That's what we did in. We chose this displaced by. Construction brings a lot of challenges as as well. You know this is a new building right. It's a it's a two hundred six years old Aso and it's it's had a few adjustments in. It's time since it was originally built. So you've got to clean that up there. Well Tony Little Funny Story. We were digging up in the Lau in the lounge. First of all. We found three floors. So we want and then we dug another one and then we dug in other went into their took the dirt out and all of a sudden there was another floor and then we cut it in. There was three floors underneath there. we finally got to the bottom of it. And Okay. So we you know. We dug a hole blow by came to next thing fool water and that was strange so we got the water out. Whatever you call it and next they would come in full of water. Sure there was a water leak from the mean water coming from the city a parking lot. Big Water leak and so that was that was fifty thousand dollars right now. You've got three floors. Yeah but I mean what you've done to the building. I mean you can't miss it when you come driving past. It's a bright yellow building with Mary which by the way does the woman that represents ending a brewery Does she have a name she does? Her name is La. La La la means. I'm sure you're gonNA ask me this. Polar has to significance number. One is she was she was she was the lady who started Revolution against the Spanish in Columbia. So she What you call it a hurry now or whatever in the in the Colombian history and also pulling means beer. It's it's sort of a slang for beer so in colonial to give me a polar. Her name is La Polla just because of that right so and yes. She's really big up front in the building as yellow and very very bright. And like you say you can't miss her so I was opening. Then our you received by the community like our those first few days of opening. I was fantastic. I think that It was well received. I think we had I don't know if you recall. We were in the news at Global News that the day before so that helps us a lot sort of keep pushes four. And we had a lot of people come to visit us and it was march rates It's yeah so it's everybody's coming out of hibernation for the winter young lake again. It was. Yeah so he was packed for practically for the first three months. Getting getting which was good. But then I tried then by an and other parallel forty-nine close so there was not really a lot of other choices with food and stuff like that so soon they open and then everything went back to normal. So where does the Burrito from here? I mean Your packaging now and and so like how far in the province deal reached with your product. I would say yes. So we have some packets product. Oh cans we have Six Corbin Five Core Beers in one seasonally comes out which is stout that comes out in the winter and also we're doing a.
"vancouver" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"I dug up in Vancouver and for once it's a sunny day up here in the rain forest is beautiful and the dogs go swimming and no play will snap pictures and we'll put it on Facebook can't get dog so check that out later if you want to see poodles N. doodles and all kinds of other dogs playing puppies and dogs so all right I've noticed a trend about pumpkin have you noticed the Stacy there's always a trend with pumpkin yeah it's that time of year well this year I I discovered that taking an entire pumpkin and giving it to chickens and goats they will eat the seeds and that is a natural anti parasite agent for them I didn't know that before yeah there's some other ones that I use at different times here that do the same thing as well as the proper stuff from the vet once a year but you know it's good to know right just throw it into the Berrien they packed away in your doing them some good but I found I've noticed little lamb how to use of pumpkin that you're supposed to add to a cafe for cats to eat and pumpkin for dogs and I'm just surprised at how many things there are with okay now yeah there really is that and died to missions earth believe it or not has been really popular with the war mean in that type of thing with that in a system okay so I use that on my chickens I Saturn on them and a rabbit into them and it's an amazing alternative to the pesticide powder I used to use but I want to caution people you really need to wear a mask when you're around it it's very very sharp and you're not supposed to inhale it so if you're brushing it on your dog and then you go give mahogany brother minute desk flies into the air this is not a good thing so I just want to caution you all about breathing it in in your animals breeding and that just be very careful when you use this stuff but I do use it I do love it I do think it has it and tremendous purpose but just be careful you're not inhaling it absolutely totally agree with that yeah I natural has its benefits also yeah it really does in it and it can be very detrimental if it's not used properly or you're not using right hi so again as I've noticed is Sam a teaspoon or table spoon given to a dog or less given to a cat can really improve their stools and the thing that puzzles me is it doesn't seem to matter if they have diarrhea or constipation either way it seems to give them some regularity but I've also found people who over do it you can put their dog into it a terrible state with terrible diarrhea so if you're thinking if someone suggested to you to give your dog you know canned pumpkin with his food every night okay but go slow try to spoon you do not want the diary explosion that that comes from intense fiber which is what pumpkin is so you know goes slow right take care and see how your dog takes it if after a day or two there doesn't seem to be any improvement a result with a teaspoon dry tables but but don't try I can't a pumpkin all in one go because you will like yes yeah yeah a lot of strange things that people try to do when they're when they're trainings and the there that was a big one with coconut or elements like you know a little bit of cooking now might not be bad but you don't want to start giving your dog a lot of stuff that you don't understand and you don't know how it works okay so now is to rific for topical situations I find it really good for little blemishes little tiny alleys we're not talking about a bite wound or an infection or a foreign body or anything like that but you know a little hot spots little rash beginning little irritation from a caller that's sort of the dog rubbed his nose against something too much you know that coconut oil is the best near it on and they don't even mind if the Catholic it right off your hands and I do find it very effective for my cats three of them three of my rescue cats adore coconut oil they'll do anything for it just a little tiny bit though right like just a people started doing things you know if a little is good a lot must be better and that's not the case so always exercise caution do your homework no you're giving your pets well stays the I wanted to talk to you today about winter sport but we've totally read at a time so I'm gonna tell people if you want to read about winter sports go to pets weekly if you want to hear about any of that read about any of the products we talked about today or see the full reviews or read about other products there's a lot on there go to pets weekly dot com and hopefully Stacy I'll have you back sometime this winter before winter is over to talk about winter sports give me your top dog one your top winners boards Yassin Fauria believe well you know of course can Doreen would be right up there with the the top of the top ones and that's basically it's like rain a dog sled letting your dog pull you through through the snow it's wonderful for the dogs and you have the dogs that that need that kind of intense exercise best thing in the world for hearing how do you steer don't do this with your homemade sled because it will get you right it is what it is it's a you have more control on skis and you really need to train your pets and recommend to it there's all the whole it's so complex you really need to kind of get into the site and take a look at how you can start scheduling with your pads well and you don't want to ruin your heel command so have a different command like pull exit out is that you don't want to get back into the city this spring comes your dogs pulling you along like there's this letter that I totally would love to do that once upon a time I used to take my parents standard poodle out on the street with roller skates and it's giving rope and he would pull me all around the neighborhood and I loved it I loved it I was yeah it was great curly hair waving in the wind it was something on a summer day but steering could be a problem if you saw a squirrel so be careful out there trees are also in this year you know the dog run through one and especially running it can be a problem do.
"vancouver" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"This is not welcome to Rogers arena in Vancouver tonight the national predators and the Vancouver Canucks to wrap up what is a four game road trip for national Weber along with hal gill and this trip began a week ago last night in Detroit and culminates here this evening and the predators coming into this one now on the trip this is the deciding game there one one one yeah they want to finish off the strip the right way and this would be a great spot to do it as we talk about a twenty year reasons you know there's a bunch of guys that are from BC that want to win in front of their families not a bunch of guys that want to go home with smiles on their faces with a big win nothing like the smile on the face that's to be sure and the predators have had their difficult times here over the years this is a Vancouver team in a national team that really are kind of comparable yeah both deep they're getting goaltending they have the five defenseman they added some veterans in Tyler Myers and Jody bands that are kind of solidified the back in but they have Quinn use Alex Edler some really elite level talent and then they got the snipers up front Patterson faster for Backstreet Miller's put a great pick up form and they can roll four lines so Travis green has done a great job with this group you know what they shuffled lines of the press this is gonna be a fun match up to taken tonight it is going to be fun to watch for this evening that's to be sure if you think you know the score the predators first gold might recommend you check on the predators Facebook pages to make your gas for the hermitage first for the game a random winner will be drawn.
"vancouver" Discussed on KCRW
"Of Vancouver click on that and that has successfully completed get up breaking faith with man the whole room went nearly silent prime minister Narendra Modi's was there watching from a glass mezzanine above dozens of school children were there as well all wearing matching space program tee shirts and baseball caps everyone waited and we just waiting for the confirmation the the space craft and waited some more than scientists huddled in quiet conversation their body language revealed it before mission control date. not yet not a problem finally the director of India's space agency walked upstairs to brief the prime minister they lost contact with the victim lunar lander the last signal came in when it was a little over a mile above the moon's surface the school children rubbing their eyes packed up and went home it was past three o'clock in the morning for the last few hours. that is not a nation by that way prime minister moody tried to comfort the disappointed scientists at mission control some of them in tears this was supposed to be a celebration moody spoke in front of a huge sign that read the sky is no longer the limit for our pride the game winning goals by. B. B. need to cover more of their own in the times to come. every Indian. he does what he does right as well let's convince India's moon craft would have become the first to land at the moon's unexplored South Pole scientists are analyzing what went wrong when they lost contact with the lander they may now have located it and are trying to establish communication and see what condition it's in Lauren fryer.
"vancouver" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Wednesday in Vancouver and Portland we're expecting to see daytime highs climb to the low nineties again that's Tuesday and Wednesday this coming week so make sure that you're using this weekend at least part of it whiskey to storm tracker weather I merry Los as fanning the cat once that you're listening to coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett think about the last pirate of New York and I want to read a section here from the book written by rich cone that's about that area that many people know about which is already referred to a couple of times called the five points and if you ever saw the movie gangs of New York this hyper violent.
"vancouver" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Get two wins might might tonight. The Avs shot connects forty five to thirty two and those two points from this contest absolutely huge as the apps waited in the shootout plenty to get to hear the post game show. We will head downstairs and go into the address room here from some of the fellas we'll hear from the head coach. And I'll tell you about the scores round the NHL in the world sports. The first one we go and listen to the highlights presented by expanding. Vancouver and Colorado meeting for the third and final time this season. Vancouver's won the first two that first game was absolutely bulk a seven six overtime win for Bank of the three games. These two teams have played this season. Two of them have been just kind of bonkers the first period. Nathan McInnes scored his thirty third but the Vancouver Canucks would tie the game up about a minute later with another two. So we're sitting at one one late in the first period, but the on the power play this gets Scott ranson McLaren corner now for Alexander career foot Aaron thought about a one time a rolled off his stick is this danger for Vancouver Canucks. Yes. It is. Linda, Scott picked a pocket one timer. It made its way into the net. Somehow, it doesn't matter how. But it did. It's a power play goal late in the first period and the Avs regain the lead. It's two to one Gable on his Gabe lands with a great pay. Man. I wish I could speak the English gay.