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Best Ontario podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Ontario podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Welcome to AMO ON Topic, your source for things that matter to Ontario municipalities. Follow along with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario for interviews and discussions with municipal leaders as we work together to build strong, sustainable communities.
 
Ben Nicholson-Smith is Sportsnet’s baseball editor. Arden Zwelling is a senior writer. Together, they bring you the most in-depth Blue Jays podcast in the league, covering off all the latest news with opinion and analysis, as well as interviews with other insiders and people around the team.
 
The Calvary Chapel Church has been formed as a fellowship of believers in the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Our supreme desire is to know Christ and be conformed into His image by the power of the Holy Spirit. We are not a denominational church, nor are we opposed to denominations as such, only their over-emphasis of doctrinal differences that have led to the division of the body of Christ. We believe that the only true basis of Christian fellowship is His (Agape) love, which is greater than any ...
 
Rose City Politics is a weekly, hour-long show focused on the movers-and-shakers affecting the political scene. Municipal politics is the emphasis when you join panelists Kieran McKenzie, Paul Synnott, Pat Papadeas, Mark Boscariol, Don Merrifield and Doug Sartori as they dissect, debate, educate and inform on political happenings in Windsor and Essex County.
 
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Kevin Howe is a berry and vegetable grower from Aylmer. And although thousands of migrant workers will be allowed into Canada, there is still concern about a labour shortage; Many birds have begun their spring migration. Brendon Samuels, a PhD student at Western University explains how we can help to prevent bird strikes; Dr. Camille Lemieux helped…
 
Almost everyone is dealing with difficult circumstances right now as a result of COVID-19. But for those dealing with addiction, it's presenting complex challenges, including jeopardizing hard won sobriety and recovery. Eastern Ontario Hub journalist David Rockne Corrigan talks about his work covering vulnerable populations during the pandemic.…
 
A Canadian start-up called Blue Dot spotted the beginnings of this pandemic before just about everyone else. They did it using artificial intelligence, and they're among a cluster of high-tech firms tracking COVID-19 to better understand and combat it. To discuss this, we welcome Garth Gibson, president and CEO of the Vector Institute; and Matissa …
 
Tim and Sid discuss the Chicago Bulls’ interest in Toronto GM Bobby Webster. Dan Shulman (25:07) argues that the Beatles were better than the Rolling Stones, and reminisces about Ken Griffey Jr. on the anniversary of his MLB debut. Ryan Dempster (46:00) breaks down when he thinks Major League Baseball might return and delivers an incredible Harry C…
 
Mike Florio (21:38) on the concerns surrounding the upcoming NFL Draft and how some football players are failing to display proper physical distancing. Brian Burke of Hockey Central (45:35) joins to talk about what he’s learned from NHL coaches around the league, his thoughts on analytics in the NHL, and how he identifies talent and his dream of us…
 
How much should government be able to infringe on people's civil liberties in order to keep society safe during the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada? The Agenda explores the options available to officials trying to curb the spread of the coronavirus, including if it would be justified for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to invoke the Emergency Measures Ac…
 
Rebekah Young is an economist with Scotiabank. She outlines some of the details in the government's emergency wage subsidy program; Tom Shaw is the owner of Shaws Maple Syrup in Orillia. He describes how business has been affected by the pandemic and tells about new ways they're considering to get their product to consumers; Our Queen's Park report…
 
The guys talk about the beer they have in the fridge and the importance of April Fools Day. Arash Madani (23:48) discusses the cancellation of Wimbledon and what the NFL season might look like. JP Arencibia (43:47) on life in Florida, dropping weight after his baseball career, and the latest from around the MLB. James Palmer of NFL Network (1:07:27…
 
Will globalization pass the stress test of COVID-19? Will it strengthen nationalist forces that have long called for reinforced borders? The Agenda examines globalization in a post-pandemic world with Daniel Drezner, professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University; Janice Stein, Belzberg Professor…
 
Tim and Sid relay some breaking news on how long Toronto will be going without public events. Jeff Blair of Writers Bloc ( 22:03 ) discusses sharing a birthday with Sid, the first thing he will do once the quarantine is over, and his thoughts on the future of the NBA season. Matt Devlin (45:43) gives us a full breakdown of how Scotiabank Arena felt…
 
As you think about the inconvenience of your life right now, spare a moment for those who are working in ERs all over the world. Dr. James Maskalyk is in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic, treating patients at a big downtown Toronto teaching hospital. He's also an award-winning author, most recently for "Life on the Ground Floor, Letters from the …
 
One of the first glimpses Canadians got of what we're now experiencing came when passengers from cruise ships were repatriated into quarantine at the Canadian Forces base in Trenton. Patricia Munroe was one of the registered nurses who stepped up to help. She is a professor and coordinator of the practical nursing program at Loyalist College and sh…
 
With no baseball on the schedule, Blue Jays Central host Jamie Campbell has been making plenty of calls. This time he phones Ben and Arden to talk about his conversations with fans and some classic Jays games. This episode is produced and record by Amil Delic, sound designed by Christian Ryan, and hosted by Ben Nicholson-Smith and Arden Zwelling. A…
 
Phil Harding. the Mayor of Muskoka Lakes, talks about some of the challenges the community faces with the influx of cottage owners who have come up to seek refuge during the pandemic; Simon Coulombe, Assistant professor in psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University talks about their ongoing research into how workers are reaction to working from home,…
 
Now that Ontario is a few weeks into the COVID-19 crisis, some experts are starting to think about whether this global pandemic might actually provoke us to do some things quite differently, maybe much better, once it passes. One area that could be ripe for change is virtual medicine. Joining Steve Paikin to discuss what that might look like is Dr.…
 
Physical distancing, working from home. Even just the disruption of our daily routines. It all takes a toll, even on those with the most robust coping skills.Dr. Suze Berkhout, clinician-investigator at the University Health Network and an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Toronto discusses the new normal with Steve Paikin.…
 
Virtually every community in this province finds itself squaring off with the COVID-19 pandemic. Steve Paikin discusses challenges specific to Indigenous communities with Suzanne Stewart, director of the Waake-biness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health.…
 
Weekly Podcast from Cornerstone Church, North Gower, Ontario. www.knowgrowshow.ca To listen on your favourite podcast provider (Spotify, Stitcher, Apple or Google) visit knowgrowshow.ca and click on the podcast tab. 70 Day Bible Reading Challenge As you’re reading the Bible this week, ask the following questions: S: what SPECIFIC Bible verse stood …
 
Dr. Jacalyn Duffin, physician, historian and professor emeritus at Queen's University comments on the Canadian Pharmacists Association to propose that only 30 days worth of medication to be given to people at one time; Employment and Contracts Lawyer Hillary Page talks about changes to the Employment Standards Act designed to provide leave without …
 
The idea of family is very different for many of us, and they come in all different shapes and sizes! As we dive into 1 Samuel chapter 1, we’ll take a look at Hannah, Samuel’s mother, who we’ll draw some extremely important thoughts on ‘Spiritual Leadership in the family’ from. Regardless of what your family unit looks like, we can all learn from t…
 
The Bible’s School of Prayer #5 - Prayer in a Pandemic (Habakkuk part 2). Our Bible focus is on Habakkuk in this time of pandemic. Teaching by Pastor Brian McVitty at Celebration Church, Barrie ON. Our featured song is by Mandessa with her song called “Overcomer”. Co-host & production by Derek Welsman.…
 
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