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Saskatchewan Matters is a weekly podcast adding context and insight to the stories behind the news headlines. Saskatchewan Matters is produced by Martin Charlton Communications, a team of communicators experienced in government, industry and media who help provincial, national and international clients tell their stories. If you like this podcast visit www.MyNewsroom.ca and sign up for daily news updates just like Saskatchewan Matters. Contact us at www.martincharlton.ca 306.584.1000 hello@m ...
 
Welcome to the 306 Fantasy Football Podcast. Your hosts Jordan and Armand are bringing a fantasy football perspective from north of the border. We host various segments, sharing our fantasy opinions in creative ways for our viewers. We are not professionals, but regular fantasy football players, much the same as everyone else, and we want to share our stories and insight with the community. We are two proud Saskatchewan guys, hosting a proud, Saskatchewan fantasy football podcast.
 
Welcome to Norma Galambos Lifestyle a member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network. I share stories about inspirational Canadians, Saskatchewan history and collective life experiences, tempered with a bit of humour. Visit my website for links to my food and lifestyle blogs, published works and garden pages and gift shop. Subscribe or follow me on social media now, so you don’t miss an episode. Https://linktr.ee.normagalamboslifestyle Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grandmag552018/support
 
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Researchers Under the Scope

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Researchers Under the Scope

University of Saskatchewan, Office of the Vice-Dean Research, College of Me

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Medicine is so much more than lab coats and stethoscopes. The research community at the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine is a diverse group of humans, all working with their own unique motivations — and not all of them work in a hospital setting. Get to know what gets these researchers amped about their jobs, what they’re doing, where they’re doing it, and why. Presented by the Office of Vice-Dean of Research, College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan.
 
Bald Tires is a home for the best car stories - the ones that are normally shared sitting around in the garage. Stories about your first car, your best car, your worst car, and the one that you should have kept! Based out of Saskatchewan Canada, expect highlights of vehicles hidden away in garages that could be just down the street or around the corner. Cool Cars are everywhere, you just have to know where to look!
 
In compliance with council directive EX10-63, the Queen City Improvement Bureau broadcasts their weekly meetings from a forgotten sub-basement office deep beneath city hall of Regina, Saskatchewan. On Twitter as @QueenCityIB. Online at QueenCityIB.com. Broadcasts live on real radio, Thurs 7 to 8 pm CST on 91.3 CJTR Regina's community radio station (CJTR.ca).
 
We desire to provide a space for people who are disconnected from the church and have an interest in exploring who Jesus is and what it might mean to follow Him. We aspire to be authentic about who we are so that we can grow into a genuine faith. Being real is more important than being perfect.
 
Bring out Your Geeks! is a podcast that explores the geeky hobbies and interests of Saskatchewan-based artists. Hosted by Devon Dozlaw, and created with the help of the Creative City Centre, BOYG is designed to provide a more comprehensive view of artists from various media by delving into the dorky things they love that get overlooked in other interviews about their work. It seeks to humanize artists, and forge community through geeking out hard.
 
Rob Huck is just a guy from Saskatoon getting to know his friends again. He's been a tree planter, a student activist, a security guard, a geophysicist, a blogger, a musician, a political campaign strategist, a technical communications specialist, a cinephile, a Game of Thrones enthusiast, a community-service leader, and even a pandemic planner. Through it all, however, he's been a storyteller. He's found that many of his friends and colleagues have interesting or compelling stories. These a ...
 
Sermons from the pulpit of Gospel of Grace Fellowship in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. We are an evangelical church that seeks to worship God through fellowship, prayer, the ordinances of Jesus Christ, and by preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations. We strive to preach verse by verse through books of the Bible, maintaining proper context and faithfully representing the whole counsel of God.
 
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Dino Boys

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Dino Boys

Dylan Fairman & Brady Fleming

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Two Canadian Comedians get some of the facts right when it comes to dinosaurs. Dylan Fairman teaches Brady Fleming about a different dinosaur every week. If you want to learn a little but laugh a lot, check out this great podcast.The intention of the guys is not to teach you so much as to show how funny talking about dinosaurs can be. We all don't need to brush the child like interest we used to have under the table. Instead lets move the conversation so that dinosaurs arn't just a blockbust ...
 
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Two Chicks and a Pod

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Two Chicks and a Pod

Amanda Koopa & Meghan Crawford

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Meghan and Amanda present Two Chicks and a Pod. Two decade-long best friends come together to talk honestly and openly about the truth, the world, and a wide array of topics. The podcast that gets to the point! Time is valuable and that's why we keep it quick with 20 minute episodes that are easy to fit into your day; scheduled to release Monday and Friday. Everybody has a story, what's yours? If you'd like to share your story, thoughts, or opinions, please contact us! We want to discuss whe ...
 
Throughout the 1980s, Satanic cults were widely believed to be preying on children — torturing and terrorizing them as part of dark rituals. Across North America, there were hundreds of false allegations, scores of unjust criminal trials and countless lives torn apart. But never any real proof. By the early 90s, the panic reached the tiny Prairie town of Martensville, Saskatchewan. And nearly 30 years later, the people touched by it all are still picking up the pieces. So what happened? And ...
 
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Duggan Hill

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Time Signal Productions

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On a back country road outside the hamlet of Duggan Hill, Saskatchewan, a woman named Sasha Ismond goes missing without a trace. She had been travelling from Vancouver for the past day, and was mere minutes away from her father's home. The last person she spoke to was her former partner, Zoe, a journalism student at the University of British Columbia. This is a collection of recovered audio recordings from the subsequent investigation into her disappearance, recorded during the summer of 2015.
 
Welcome to Pep 'n Ched with Megan Nash. This is the podcast where we talk about everything from favourite gas station snacks, to what life is actually like as a working artist, and stories from the road (the good, the bad, and the kind of stinky).Pep 'n Ched is a collaboration between Megan Nash and Creative City Centre, a non-profit artist run centre located in Regina Canada. Programming at Creative City Centre is supported by Canada Council for the Arts, Canadian Heritage, SK Arts, Creativ ...
 
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SaskScapes

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SaskScapes by Kevin Power

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The SaskScapes Podcast launched in 2014 by podcast creative producer/host Kevin Power. SaskScapes was the very first podcast series in Saskatchewan featuring stories of arts, culture and heritage. Serving the non-profit sector in Saskatchewan, the goal of SaskScapes is to create an aural archive so that years from now people can listen to the history of the past and hear our stories.
 
In 2016 Colten Boushie, a young Indigenous man, was shot and killed on a farm in rural Saskatchewan, inciting racial tensions across the province. This is the story of that man and the white farmer, Gerald Stanley, who was charged in his death.
 
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Reading West

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Lisa Guenther: Author, reader, and journalist

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This podcast features Western Canadian authors reading from their novels, short fiction, poetry, memoirs, or non-fiction. It is created and hosted by Saskatchewan novelist Lisa Guenther. Reading West features published authors from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. For the most part, the podcast focuses on literature (contemporary CanLit), but writers working in other genres are welcome.
 
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Premier Scott Moe says extra public health restrictions are not working in other provinces and his government is watching hospitalizations and ICU numbers closely. So how might the government’s approach change -- if at all -- with new modeling showing record high hospitalizations next month? Guest host Peter Mills talks with CBC Saskatchewan provin…
 
In the 1950s, before they fuelled the acid-trips of the '60s, psychedelics were being passed around the Weyburn Mental Hospital in Saskatchewan. And not just among the patients—as well as being given to those struggling with mental illness, doctors and their spouses were using them on themselves—for "research purposes". How did Saskatchewan become …
 
Saskatchewan business commentator and Chair of Martin Charlton Communications Paul Martin joins host Dan Gold on episode two of our four-part series on Saskatchewan agriculture. Paul Martin is a veteran of the Saskatchewan business and media scene for almost five decades. He has seen and covered more stories than anyone in this market. Search and s…
 
In the latest meeting of the Queen City Improvement Bureau, we discuss laneway suites… Wait… laneway suites? Did we accidentally grab an agenda from 2015?? Have the ghosts of old meetings come back to haunt us? Apparently. Also, we have in interview with former ward eight councillor, Mike O'Donnell about the legacy of Design Regina, the city's offi…
 
Investors — a lot of them — were told there was gold in the Cordova mine, and that's what they believed. But there wasn't. All that was there was a rundown office inhabited by bats. So begins the long fight to reclaim a lifetime of savings. Who sold them on the mine? Why did they buy-in? How were they bilked? And what could have prevented them from…
 
This episode called Muscle Cars and Mayhem features a guest who's done it all! Built cars, owned some very cool cars, oh and did we mention is the PRESIDENT of the Draggins Rod and Custom Car Club?! Shane Arthurs joins me to share what got him into cars, some of the cool rides he's owned and just what he does in the pasture behind his house with a …
 
KCCCC Season 003, Episode 16 Kyle and Cody revisit fan favourite franchise Goon to start the new year. Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Kyle-and-Codys-Cult-Cinema-Cast-100757291566807/ YouTube Art by Audra Balion Logo by friend of the cast Victoria Koops. Music:https://www.royaltyfree-music.com/By Kyle Brokenshire and Cody Utman
 
When Canada appears at the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Winter Games in Beijing in early February, there won’t be a delegation of diplomats and politicians cheering them on. Canada is among a number of Western nations following through on a diplomatic boycott of the games over China’s record of human rights abuses. The move is the latest in a …
 
Almost since the day the pandemic began, provincial leaders have promised more hospital and ICU capacity. They've promised hundreds of beds, thousands of beds...and two years later, only a fraction of the promised amount are available, and our hospitals are still at the breaking point during every wave. How was Canada's health care system set up to…
 
"Sayonara, Saskatoon | Nathaniel Dove," is the fifty-fourth installment of the Lang & LeBlanc Podcast. It's the fourteenth episode in the third season of the program. This week, Brady kicks things off with a MAJOR announcement, he's leaving Saskatoon — and radio altogether — with he and his family moving to Yorkton to join CTV. The guys then bring …
 
Welcome back to another episode of the podcast! We are continuing our trend focusing on playoff football and playing some DFS! The boys recap a fun Wildcard weekend and go over some incredible performances. We then dive into out picks for this upcoming slate of football games between the Titans and Bengals, Chiefs and Bills, Packers and 49ers, and …
 
If Keegan Mitchell had just kept his head down and played hockey, none of this would have happened. And we'd all be worse off for it. But when the junior player stood up for a teammate who was called a racial slur, and then broke the league's social media policy by condemning the matching suspensions the two players received, an otherwise ugly part…
 
Facing rising COVID 19 cases in the Omicron wave, and public frustration with those choosing not to get vaccinated, Quebec premier Francois Legault announced what amount to a tax on those who don’t roll up their sleeves. The move comes as hospitals fill up, and politicians are concerned the health system will be overwhelmed in the coming weeks. But…
 
Toronto's Vision Zero plan is now five years old. The city's residents are still waiting for it to work. On Boxing Day, the latest tragedy saw a car jump a downtown curb onto a busy corner, injuring several and killing a teenager. It would be shocking, if it weren't for the fact that barely a week goes by without a driver striking someone just mind…
 
Fifteen years ago, a human rights complaint was filed against the federal government over their fundamentally unequal treatment of First Nations children in the child welfare system. Earlier this month, after years of fighting it in court, the government agreed to a $40-billion settlement. And now as an April 1, 2022 deadline approaches, advocates …
 
Jacq Brasseur joins the Bureau for their first meeting of the new year. We talk about an affordable housing project proposed for north Broad Street that I'm sure the neighbouring community has come out to welcome enthusiastically… wait, sorry, someone has just handed me something… it says, no, in fact the neighbouring community is very angry and th…
 
Dr. Ayisha Kurji first noticed the uptick in children and teens admitted to hospital in the spring of 2020. Some had cardiovascular damage. Some had gastrointestinal issues. But it wasn't because of Covid-19. Instead, she kept seeing children and adolescents hospitalized with eating disorders. "They were so sick, so medically unwell," said Kurji. "…
 
"WHY IS IT SPICEY" Thank you so much for tuning into the fifty-fifth episode of Two Chicks and a Pod! On today's episode we discuss a girls night, and some random silly things. Amanda discovers she's not as strong as she thinks, and definitely not stronger than Meghan's girlfriend. We act a fool, as well. We also do some shenanigans. It's a fun tim…
 
Saskatchewan's premier has tested positive for COVID-19. That happened the day after the premier sat unmasked beside the chief medical health officer. CBC Saskatchewan provincial affairs reporter Adam Hunter and Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk join host Stefani Langenegger on this week's political panel.…
 
Amid rising cases of the Omicron variant, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced renewed restrictions to try to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. These latest moves were met with stiff criticism, notably the switch to online learning for students to start the new year. National Post columnist Randall Denley joins Dave Breakenridge to discuss the new re…
 
“It’s the hardest thing for them to walk through the door because nobody wants to be in that position. It’s their reality now. They are a bereaved by suicide person. So when they rip off that first Band-Aid and they come in, they’re just met with such warmth, caring and a level of understanding. It sort of gives them a place where they now belong. …
 
With hospitals under stress across the country, governments are pulling out all the stops to keep the health care system working. Ontario will allow internationally educated nurses to apply for accreditation. And Quebec has floated the idea of a tax on those who are eligible for vaccination but refuse. Is this ethical? Or is this a slippery slope? …
 
Welcome to episode 36 of the pod! Fantasy season is over, but we are still playing! We got DFS on the docket now, which we are all pumped about. We discuss the news, dive into some playoff talk and then dive into DFS line ups. If you have never played DFS before, now is your chance. We share what its all about and then we are going to play along wi…
 
It's called Trikafta, and people living with Cystic Fibrosis describe it as a true game-changer. It can treat symptoms at the source rather than manage them endlessly every day. It was approved in the United States in 2019 but only arrived in most Canadian provinces a few months ago. Why did it take so long? How does this drug work? And is the appr…
 
After NHLers sat out the winter Olympics in South Korea four years ago, there was a lot of hype surrounding their return next month in Beijing. But rising COVID-19 cases in the league, and the postponement of games forced the league and the players association to pull the plug on the professionals’ Olympic plans. Postmedia national sports writer Ro…
 
This is not an episode about whether or not schools should be open. We've had that conversation. This is a discussion of what two years of on-again-off-again in-person schooling has done to Canadian kids, what we're learning from this huge and unwanted experiment and how we can help them adapt and, eventually, put this strange development stage beh…
 
I thought the word strength was a good symbol for 2022 as we’re going to need all our strength to get through the upcoming year and come out on a positive note; please join me for this episode as I discuss my goals for the new year and some ideas on how we can care for our mental health. The link to my projects, including lifestyle and food blogs, …
 
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