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Genealogy Gems Podcast shows you, the family historian, how to make the most out of your family history research time by providing quick and easy to use research techniques. In addition, you will learn creative ways to share your family tree and the legacy of your ancestors. Lisa Louise Cooke guides you through the exhilarating process of discovering your family tree. She scours the family history landscape to find and bring you the best websites, best practices, and best resources available ...
 
Caroline Hobby got her start in the Country Music scene as a member of the trio Stealing Angels. She then competed and was a finalist twice on CBS’s “The Amazing Race,” and now is an Entertainment Host and Correspondent. Each week on the podcast, Caroline sits down and talks to the wives of your favorite country artists. In every episode, she gives you an inside look of what it’s like to be married to Luke Bryan, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Thomas Rhet ...
 
Dhani watches a lot of TV & movies and considers herself to be a superfan. Her husband, John, is not. This podcast brings them together and Dhani shares what she is watching while John tries to listen and understand her point of view. Sometimes he gets it, sometimes he doesn’t… but it’s all in good fun. watchingmystories.com Twitter: @watchingmystori Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WatchingMyStories/ Instagram: @watchingmystories Email: watchingmystories76@gmail.com
 
The world is changing every day. Now, more than ever, these questions matter. What’s happening? And why should you care? This Matters, a daily news podcast from the Toronto Star, aims to answer those questions, on important stories and ideas, every day, Monday to Friday. Hosts Adrian Cheung, Saba Eitizaz and Raju Mudhar talk to experts and newsmakers about the social, cultural, political and economic stories that shape your life.
 
Would you like to hear a story? Excellent - So would I. I am The Story Seeker. Traveling to the four corners of the world and through the wheel of time, I seek out the stories that remind us who we are and encourage us to become whom we are meant to be. I invite you to settle in, put your listening ears on, and let your imagination reawaken as I tell you a story... --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Storyteller, Dawn Cromwell, is a gifted performing s ...
 
With her super-sensitive sense of smell, sixteen year-old Kaia Smith is used to not fitting in. So when she receives an invitation from Dr. Vadim Grigori to participate in the Grigori Young Scholars Program with its promise that she will meet others like herself, she jumps at the chance. But what is the GYSP really about? Why are the faculty so interested in the story of the Fall of the Watchers? Why are they obsessed with antimony? And what role will GYSP participants like Kaia play in thei ...
 
Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby is a fast paced, quick-witted, one-on-one rap session with the incredible celebrity and talent pool that lives in Nashville, TN. Hosted by Caroline Hobby, an original member of the Top 40 Country Charting Trio, Stealing Angels, this podcast is a must listen for anyone who is wanting to hear the "real stories" of how our favorite stars/powerhouses/celebrities found and fought for their Life's Calling, even when doors were slamming in their face. Caroline is not int ...
 
Guitar Goddess is devoted to incredible female guitar players from all over the world. We feature the latest news, interviews, concert dates and industry events about, and for, female guitarists from as far away as, the U.K. Japan, Sweden and Australia to Canada and the U.S. Here you’ll find female guitarists covering all music genres from folk, classical, jazz and bluegrass to rock and country. Guitar Goddess.com was launched in 1995 to honor the women who have the courage, determination, a ...
 
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The COVID-19 pandemic stirred the greatest shift in our workplaces in a generation when 3.4 million Canadians moved from their offices to work from home. That is not going to change anytime soon. Now what happens to the thousands of offices and retail spaces that used be filled up? Is there a way we can re-purpose these spaces and buildings to meet…
 
Whatever you want to call it, the only way to characterize Trump’s post-election actions are extraordinary. From court challenges to pressuring state electors, the U.S. President took steps to stay in power despite how the vote turned out. With the transition underway, the Star’s Washington Bureau chief Edward Keenan joins This Matters to discuss w…
 
Until yesterday, despite cases rising and out-numbering bigger provinces, Albertans were free to dine out, shop and gather in groups even as Ontario went into lockdown and other provinces tightened restrictions. Alex Boyd, a Toronto Star reporter in Calgary, joins This Matters to explain what’s going on in Alberta, what the new measures mean and wh…
 
WARNING: This podcast contains sensitive subject matter, including suicide and self-harm, that could be triggering for some readers. Young people are in crisis more than ever, often asking for help, with many having trouble accessing. The Star’s Generation Distress series looks at the many issues surrounding mental health, youth and the barriers th…
 
Follow up on a Consultation with a Professional Genealogist You will find the complete show notes for the topic discussed in this episode at the . Sometimes we just a need a little help with a brick wall. That was certainly the case with the Irish line of my family tree. In episode 18 of my YouTube video series Elevenses with Lisa I enlisted the he…
 
Governments have been criticized for confusing, and at times, contradictory messaging and policies on COVID-19 restrictions. Roxanne Khamsi, science journalist and contributor to WIRED Magazine, joins This Matters to talk about the muddied waters of public health messaging and why that makes controlling COVID in the second wave that much harder.…
 
Parker just celebrated her 4th #1 song w Russell Dickerson. She met Russell in college, and they aligned immediately on values and writing their truth. Parker walks me through her winding journey to success. She talks about how losing her voice completely led her to trusting herself completely. We connect over the fact that we both are 4’s on the e…
 
This week Dhani and John discuss all things Thanksgiving... well at least movies and TV episodes. Thanksgiving Movies: Planes, Trains and Automobiles (John and Dhani's favorite) Home for the Holidays Tower Heist Son-in-Law Piece of April The Oath Holidaysburg Favorite Thanksgiving TV episodes: Friends Dhani's favorite - S6 E9 - The One Where Ross G…
 
Nearly two million school-age children in the UK, who qualify for government-subsidized school meals, were facing hunger due to schools closing during pandemic lockdowns, until Manchester United's Marcus Rashford stepped in. Shireen Ahmed, writer and co-host of the ‘Burn It All Down’ podcast joins Adrian Cheung to talk about Rashford, how he repres…
 
As concert halls and live music venues sit empty during this pandemic, the Canadian Live Music Coalition says 90 per cent of them are at risk of closing forever. Can they be saved through government support, some crazy scheme or is the hope of a vaccine their best bet? Jonny Dovercourt, co-founder and artistic director of Wavelength Music Series an…
 
According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, about 15 per cent of Canadians experience a wave of low emotions during the upcoming cold and dark days, or as we know it, the winter blues. Some experience a condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder, known as SAD. It can actually impair daily life and lead to medical treatment. Dr. JianLi Wa…
 
Since mid-March, Ottawa has imposed strict travel restrictions against foreign nationals, including holders of permanent resident visas. Meanwhile the clock is ticking for many whose permanent visas have expired or are near expiry. In today’s episode, the Star’s immigration reporter Nicholas Keung explains what is going on. Fatima Camara, a teacher…
 
Marissa is a little earth angel. She is so beautiful to look at, but it’s her tender heart that just melts you. We talk about how being a hair stylist is next in line to be a therapist bc people sit in her chair and spill their guts. As one of the top stylists in her profession, she tells me how she manifested her dream career and started hustling …
 
This week Dhani and John discuss: Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (Netflix) Unhinged (PPV) The Cost of Winning (HBO Max) Dash & Lily (Netflix) The Queen's Gambit (Netflix) The Crown - S3 (Netflix) The Secret Life of Lele Pons (YouTube) Inside Pixar (Disney +) Actors' Corner: Paul RuddBy Dhani and John
 
As many people have been forced to work from home and conduct their business remotely, the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the importance of high-speed internet for all Canadians. Access to fast, reliable internet in pandemic times and the digital age is not just about downloading files or streaming Netflix. It is about getting access to education, hea…
 
People are calling Pfizer’s announcement of a potential COVID-19 vaccine a light at the end of the tunnel. But right now, it’s just an announcement that some say is “science by press release” and there are a lot of logistical hurdles to be passed before we get this particular shot in the arm. Alex Boyd is a Star Reporter who’s been following the Ro…
 
Ontario's COVID-19 case counts are reaching record numbers, but some health officials say they might be stabilizing. The Star's Ed Tubb has been focusing on the data and takes This Matters through what the numbers are telling us, where things are looking up and where there's cause for concern.By Toronto Star
 
Laine is a sweetheart. Hearing his story of how he won American Idol was so refreshing. Growing up, he would ride his 4-wheeler into the woods and practice singing, where no one could hear him. When he finally sang for his mama, she encouraged him to try out for American Idol. So basically one of the first times he ever sang publicly was his try ou…
 
EDITOR'S NOTE: This version was originally broadcast on September 24, but much of what Geoffrey Skelley, of FiveThirtyEight, predicted could happen, happened. The presidency is settled. But Skelley discusses what could come next. --- Joe Biden is the President-Elect, capturing more than 270 electoral college votes, with more than 4 million votes ca…
 
This week in the U.S. Electoral vote, in Washington, D.C., and Oregon, voters chose to get on the path to decriminalize psilocybin for therapeutic use. This past August in Canada, four terminally ill cancer patients were given approval to use psilocybin as part of their end of life treatment. Psilocybin is the main psychoactive ingredient in “magic…
 
April 23, 2018, marks one of the darkest days in Toronto’s history. On a sunny afternoon, 25-year-old Alek Minassian drove a full-size van down Yonge Street and onto the sidewalk, hitting pedestrians. 10 people were killed and another 16 people were seriously injured in the attack. Toronto fell into a state of mourning, struggling to understand the…
 
Joe Biden told his supporters, “it ain’t over until every vote is counted.” But incumbent Donald Trump falsely claimed he won the election and with no evidence, claimed electoral fraud was afoot. In a year like no other, an election like no other, in a haze of disinformation and bogus claims, ‘This Matters’ parses through the facts of the US electi…
 
It’s now officially the day after the U.S. election. As many expected, the race is still too close to call. “Everybody was really eager to vote. Those who support Donald Trump really support him and those who want to be rid of him, really were eager to vote to be rid of him.” That was the Star’s Washington Bureau Chief Edward Keenan who was a block…
 
Experts are warning people watching the U.S. election to be prepared for a deluge of disinformation. Today, This Matters looks at two perspectives that Star reporters have recently covered regarding this huge problem. Alex McKeen joins to talk about the surprising role Canadian’s play in creating and sharing disinformation, and then, Douglas Quans …
 
Jared Yates Sexton, host of ‘The Muckrake Political Podcast’ and the author of ‘American Rule’ says America is built on what he calls “foundational myths,” and how stories the United States tells itself, about itself, have often been used as justification for violence and abuse, for generations. Adrian Cheung talks to Sexton about how the doctrine …
 
These guys are worldwide sensations. They have travelled to over 70 countries and shook hands with President Obama and the Pope. As a matter of fact, Flight Time wrote a best seller book called “Projects, Popes and Presidents,” where he chronicles his life growing up in the Projects, witnessing domestic violence, to chasing his dream of basketball …
 
Donald Trump’s aggressive immigration policies have had blow back effects on Canada. Will that change depending on who wins the U.S. election on Nov. 3? Today, The Star’s Washington Bureau Chief Ed Keenan joins us on This Matters to discuss the upcoming U.S. elections through the lens of immigration policy and how Canada could be impacted.…
 
This week Dhani and John discuss: The Craft: Legacy (PPV) Holidate (Netflix) On The Rocks (Apple TV+) Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm (Amazon Prime) The Witches (HBO Max) The Vow - (HBO) The 100 (Netflix) (CW) Unsolved Mysteries (Netflix) Lovecraft Country (HBO) I.Q. Scream Paranormal Activity Actors' Corner: Kate Hudson…
 
The environmental protections (or lack of) that are proposed and acted on by the next U.S. president will have serious consequences for Canada and the rest of the world. Edward Keenan, Toronto Star’s Washington bureau chief, talks to Adrian Cheung about how the two presidential candidates view the threat of climate change, their promises on renewab…
 
Whether it’s Trump or Biden, whoever claims the Oval Office will be able to affect just how and when the border reopens —something which will have an impact on Canadian economy and community and Canada’s traditional role as a close ally of the U.S. The Star’s Washington Bureau Chief Edward Keenan joins Saba Eitizaz on This Matters to discuss the US…
 
The Ontario Government has upended the government by increasing the use of Minister's Zoning Order, a legislative tool that serves as the ultimate trump card in the development planning process. It's supposed to be a way to cut red tape, but is starting to raise red flags. Star reporters Noor Javed and Jennifer Pagliaro join This Matters to explain…
 
“Mr. Vice President, I am speaking.” In a way, hearing Senator Kamala Harris call it out put every woman triumphantly in her shoes — and started a conversation. Toronto Star journalists Evy Kwong, Jenn Moon and Angelyn Francis reached out to women across professional and cultural spectrums and they’re on This Matters to share those experiences and …
 
The first wave of this deadly pandemic shone a glaring spotlight on how under-resourced and ill prepared Ontario’s nursing homes were to cope with a situation like this. The Star’s investigative reporter Moira Welsh covered this and she is on This Matters today to explain what’s going on, what might be next —and, pandemic aside, are long term care …
 
They say “don’t meet your hero’s” bc it could be a major letdown. Well, thank God that wasn’t true w Ken Block, the lead singer for Sister Hazel. Sister Hazel is the SOUNDTRACK to my high school and college days. I must have played “Your Winter” on repeat several thousand times. It’s my favorite song in the universe. So when I got the chance to int…
 
The violence against Mi’kmaq fishers and community members stems from the interference of non-Indigenous fishers on the First Nations treaty right to fish for lobster in Nova Scotia waters. Pam Palmater, Mi’kmaq lawyer, professor and Chair of Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University, breaks down what the recent Supreme Court ruling means for the…
 
How to Make a Video for Free with Adobe Spark Video In last month's episode we talked about how to construct a great story for video. In this episode I've got the ideal tool for you to use to make your video: Adobe Spark Video. Video is the perfect medium for sharing your family’s history. It captures the interest of the eyes and the ears. Adobe Sp…
 
COVID-19 control measures, size of city council, road tolls: who gets to call the shots? The city or the province? Jennifer Pagliaro, city hall reporter for the Toronto Star, talks to Adrian Cheung about the push-and-pull relationship between City Hall and Queen’s Park, the powers Toronto has in controlling its fate and the case for “charter city” …
 
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