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Around 10% of the Filipino working population is abroad, with almost 6,000 Filipinos leaving the country every day. For Filipinos growing up in the diaspora, our motherland is a foreign land. Why is the Filipino Dream to leave the Philippines? And what do Filipinos experience in their host countries when they migrate for a better life? Join Sulong UBC, Migrante BC, and Damayan BC, in collaboration with the BIPOC Extraordinary Working Group of the UBC Science Undergraduate Society, for our po ...
 
Grit NW, is an interview based podcast where self-motivated people, just like you, come to learn from construction industry and organized labor professionals. Topics are varied, diverse, fast paced and focus on issues relevant to trades peoples lives and careers. Joe Cadwell, President of the Northwest Carpenters Union is the writer, producer and host of the show. Grit NW is built to engage and energize it's listeners to stand up and take pride in their union. From workers rights to politics ...
 
Hosted by Dr. Tarun Soni, PGY2 Family Medicine, UBC, Canada. This is a podcast to showcase healthcare professionals and learn more about them as people, such as why they went into medicine, what they enjoy the most about it, and what challenges they face. We will also be talking about their thoughts on current events which may or may not be controversial. The goal is to talk as freely as we can be and hopefully, through this process we will all learn something new about medicine and the huma ...
 
How does music work? What can music tell us about ourselves and the world? On That Note is a monthly deep-dive into the music that you love — and music you’ve never heard of. Join host Graham MacDonald and musicians and scholars from the UBC School of Music as they investigate everything from Beyoncé to Bach to Balinese Gamelan.
 
Uniontown Bible Church is a group of imperfect people who have been saved, in spite of ourselves, because God is merciful. It’s out of that experience with God’s mercy that we seek to impact Carroll County, MD with the great news that Jesus died for us, loves us, and will receive us with open arms when we see Him in Heaven. It’s our goal to hold the Bible in great respect - we see it as the infallible, unerring Word of God that has all that we need for our faith and for our lives. As we hear ...
 
The Jobs in Science Podcast explores the lives of modern scientists and the opportunities that exist for those exploring STEM careers. It's also about the daily lives of the scientists, their life philosophies and their advice to future generations.
 
Textbook (FKA The Student Special Hour) is an eclectic foray into the wonderful world of UBC campus life. Each week features a plethora of student initiatives, upcoming events, and current affairs, brought to you through interviews with clubs, faculty, societies and associations. Listen to this and more brought together in a nice tidy bow by CiTRs very own Student Programming Coordinator. Come on a while ride with us as we sit down each week and bring you news and tunes for campus living. Ph ...
 
Official channel of the "Hokkaidō 150: Settler Colonialism and Indigeneity in Modern Japan and Beyond" workshop. Stay tuned for audio of Hokkaidō 150 workshop proceedings, along with podcasts exploring topics related to Ainu history and culture, and the settler colonization of Hokkaidō.
 
The Dash is a way for you to keep up to date in BC politics with David Eby. If you live in Point Grey, Kitsilano, or at UBC you probably know David as your Member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly. Others may know David as Attorney General. But this is a discussion with David outside of those titles, in a personal and political podcast, giving you a chance to find out about some of the things that he is doing that maybe haven’t made the news. And if you don’t know David, this is a ...
 
The Blue and Goldcast is a podcast from the University of British Columbia that explores the big issues in higher education. Each episode is hosted by UBC President Santa Ono and UBC Professor Margot Young. Each month, you'll hear leading scholars discussing their own work, and their perspectives on how universities are changing--from UBC, to campuses across North America.
 
Perspective on CPAC examines world events that matter to Canadians. With dispatches from the field and expert analysis, our guests break down complex global issues and shed light on Canada’s role on the international stage. Alison Smith is one of Canada’s best known and respected broadcast journalists. As an anchor and reporter for more than three decades, she was a senior award-winning member of the CBC News team. She has reported from every Canadian province and territory and across the gl ...
 
Looking for advice? Hosts Brandon and Mormei think they can help you with that. All Ears is an advice radio program where the hosts read real questions from the UBC community and answer them live. Other content includes interviewing students, consulting experts, and giving campus life advice. Submit your question at http://alleears.tumblr.com/ask
 
The Spencer Latu Show is a progressive politics show that speaks truth to power. We provide much needed coverage, and media criticism of stories at the municipal, provincial, national and international level from the perspective of two progressive working class students; Spencer Latu and Ajeetpal Gill. We are based out of UBC in Vancouver BC.
 
An interview-based show about how students, past and present, have come up with creative ways to overcome social challenges in the community. Each episode will invite individuals to share their stories of success and failure, along with actionable advice on how to start an innovative initiative that serves the community. Hear from UBC students, alumni and others involved in the community!
 
Welcome to The UFSA Podcast, a bi-monthly podcast from the University of British Columbia's Undergraduate Film Students Association (UFSA). This podcast is hosted on the unceded, ancestral, and occupied territories of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓-speaking Musqueam people. A platform for interdisciplinary dialogue around film engaging with local, global, and regional film-making, film festivals and film-makers in Vancouver. Through interview series, roundtables, and coverage of live events, the podcast ...
 
WOSH is a podcast about skin health featuring the science behind the WOSH Mineral Bar. WOSH harnesses the incredible power of Kisameet Glacial Clay and its surrounding biome of 40+ minerals. First used by Coastal First Nations, Kisameet Clay has been considered a “healing clay” for topical and internal ailments for centuries. Studies on the clay began in the 1940s by MIT, and over six years of extensive research continues at UBC to support the clay’s remarkable healing properties. Each episo ...
 
We talk to real people, not their job title. A podcast dedicated to providing students with easy to absorb information about different industries with a focus on insightful, concise, and engaging content. Join Jesus and Seba every Tuesday as they chat with guests ranging from fellow students to industry experts about their experiences. Expect a mix of self-improvement tips, life/career advice, and deep dives on topics of interest during the weekly 30 minute episodes. If you’re a student look ...
 
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Welcome to Stolen, a special series within the Grit Podcast that will investigate Tax Fraud, Wage Theft, and Misclassification in the Construction industry. Hi, I’m Joe Cadwell President of the NW Carpenters Union and host of the show, and I am proud to bring you this new series built to expose these greed driven crimes and give you the tools neede…
 
On this episode we will be taking about money, or more importantly how to maximize its growth potential through adopting sensible lifestyle and finance management planning strategies. Whether you’re a first term apprentice, a seasoned carpenter or someone nearing retirement age it’s never too early or too late to learn how to better secure a solid …
 
In the eighth and final episode of the Global Migration podcast “Geographies from the Heart: Life-writing from Newcomers to Canada,” host Mohammed Alsaleh speaks to the co-founder of the Syrian Civil Defense (also known as the White Helmets), Nedal Izdden. Nedal was a young dentist and basketball coach in the city of Homs when the Syrian revolution…
 
In this episode of All Access Pass, the Accessibility Collective chats with The Disability Channel's, David Beresford and Taylor Arbeau. What do they think of how people with disabilities are represented in the entertainment industries, how could media do better and how is The Disability Channel bringing in equality as well as creating inclusive sp…
 
On today’s episode we will meet labor attorney, member of Teamster’s Local 810 in New York City and author, Mark Torres. Mark’s latest book, Long Island Migrant Labor Camps: Dust for Blood, chronicles the plight of thousands of poverty stricken migrant workers lured to the agricultural fields of New York State for decades with the promise of good w…
 
Warning!!! Tihsllub spoken backwards may be offensive to some. Listener discretion is advised. is From the country that brought us Volvo Automobiles, IKEA, and 70’s pop sensation Abba comes a revolutionary new technology that is about to turn the construction industry inside out and upside down. Tihsllub Industries, innovators of self-drive nano te…
 
For the first time, we interview a non-UBC athlete, as Diana sits down with Darren Wong, a Vancouver native and a team captain on the UC Berkeley Men's Gymnastics team. They discuss a wide range of topics, including why Darren went to the US for university, the pros and cons of NCAA competition, his experience with the Canadian National Team setup,…
 
In this awesome episode of All Access Pass, CiTR's Accessibility Collective chats with Kelowna's own and Freestyle Motocross Rider, Bruce Cook! How did his love for the sport come about and how did he bounce back after his terrifying accident? Find out by either listening, or download the podcast! Plus, listen to some great music as well.…
 
April Promo, My interview with Steppin Tihsllub of Tihsllub Industries is finally here!! This exclusive look into the technology that is poised to turn the building trades inside out and upside down is something you must hear to believe!! Official Tihsllub Website https://sites.google.com/view/hjalpcenter/home?authuser=0 Grit Nation Signup https://…
 
The Labor Radio / Podcast Network is a coalition of over 70 independent radio and podcast shows designed to inform, engage and energize it's listeners, through informative and inciteful journalism, storytelling and calls to action. Working people are raising their voices more each day, demanding better treatment from their workplaces and their elec…
 
In the seventh episode of the Global Migration podcast “Geographies from the Heart: Life-writing from Newcomers to Canada,” host Mohammed Alsaleh speaks to Nuria Sefchovich from Mexico. Nuria shares her experience as a mature international student and of learning to navigate a system that determines her identity based on the social construction of …
 
A research analyst, soon-to-be Harvard student, and owner of the Financial Pupil blog, raking in over 1.9 million tik tok views and 312k likes. The boys talk to Jeff Fang about what it's like working in private equity, how to actually get a job, financial advice for students who don't know finance, reading, and whatever else comes up. If you're rea…
 
Today I talk with nationally recognized public speaker, lifelong worker rights activist and friend of the show Mark McDermott. We’ll open todays conversation by learning about Marks efforts to combat the war of misinformation that is being waged daily in American in order to undermine our faith in the democratic process as well as deter union membe…
 
Xiaojie Tan Daoyou Feng Julie Park Hyeon Jeong Park Delaina Ashley Yaun Paul Andre Michels (Unnamed victims) Just days before the release of our second episode eight people, six of them Asian women, were murdered in Atlanta, Georgia in a white supremacist and misogynist killing spree. This act of anti-Asian and anti-sex worker violence is rooted in…
 
In the sixth episode of the Global Migration podcast “Geographies from the Heart: Life-writing from Newcomers to Canada,” host Mohammed Alsaleh speaks to Camille McMillan-Rambharat, from Trinidad and Tobago, who combines her unique Afro-Caribbean heritage with the stories learnt from her grandmother and father and her marriage to an Indo-Caribbean …
 
Our guest today is a member of Local 1503 and the Community Relations and Outreach Liaison for the NW Carpenters Union, Michael Burch. Michael is a passionate advocate for social justice and equality who works tirelessly to effect positive change on our jobsites, and in our communities. We’ll open today’s conversation by looking into what created t…
 
Mike Liu sat down with Lief Olsen, a student trainer for the UBC Baseball team. As someone with a unique perspective of one of our Thunderbird teams, Lief shared what his job entails, how he serves as an important link between all the different people involved with the team, and how his role has only increased in scope with the pandemic. Also, our …
 
In this episode of All Access Pass, CiTR's Accessibility Collective chats with Mila Bongco-Philipzig and the man himself, Tony Flores, about the children's book "Tony's Wheels." Why should everyone get this book? How did Mila and Tony meet? And what was Mila and Tony's first thought when coming to Canada from the Philippines years ago? Find out the…
 
The boys sit down and talk with Jamie Lourenco about his experience in the travel industry, and specifically about how to get cheap tickets, where you should travel as a student, and other fun things he's picked up while travelling. Check it out and dream about what it was like before the pandemic and enjoy!…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Spotlight, a special segment inside the Grit NW Podcast. I’m Joe Cadwell the writer, producer and host of the show and in today’s episode we will focus on the highly valued trade skill of welding. Though typically not the first thing you think of when you imagine carpenters at work, welding it is quickly becoming o…
 
Our guest today is Lisa Marx. Lisa is a journey level scaffolder, a member of the local 70, and a passionate advocate of career opportunities for women in the trades. We will open today’s conversation by learning how Lisa first became interested in scaffolding as a career, and how that decision transformed her life for the better when she joined th…
 
Neurodiversity Celebration Week is Mar 15-21 and in honour of this, the Accessibility Collective chats with the co-founders from C.O.D.E Initiative! How does this female-founded non-profit organization empower neurodiverse youth through online coding workshops? Find out this and a lot more by either listening or download the podcast.…
 
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