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As one of Canada's youngest retirees at the age of 32, and after becoming mortgage-free at 29, Kornel interviews the top financial experts in Canada to help you optimize your investments, reduce your taxes, and help you accelerate your journey towards financial independence and early retirement. He also shares his own experiences and lessons learned in investing and as an early retiree and member of the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement to help you optimize your finances, ...
 
The Startup Canada Podcast Show is a production of Startup Canada, a grassroots, entrepreneur-led movement to bring together, celebrate, and give a voice to Canada’s entrepreneurship community. On the podcast, entrepreneur and former business journalist Rick Spence speaks with the movers and shakers of Canada’s entrepreneurship community to give a glimpse into the future of business, and share insights on everything from social innovation to the future of work, investing, and why we need to ...
 
Canada’s #1 Podcast for Entrepreneurs by Entrepreneurs. We talk to the entrepreneurs who are making it happen throughout Canada.​ Finally, a national podcast company that creates an active online community for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs so they can stay connected locally and to let the world know how Entrepreneurs in Canada make things happen.
 
Hosted by Anton Haswell, A Shot of Life highlights the personal journeys of professionals and entrepreneurs in Canada, taking a snapshot of the person behind the professional title. Follow our sub-series on the journey's of internationally trained lawyers navigating the National Committee on Accreditation exams in their goal to practice law in Canada
 
Most people think nothing ever happens in Canada but this simply is not true. This is a Canadian podcast, looking to explore the myths, legends and just good old tales Canada has to tell. Choose your own adventure now and join me in discovering some of Canada's most unique stories. Website - show notes and more! https://www.nothingcanada.com/ Support the Show Leave a Review https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nothing-ever-happens-in-canada/id1434418051?mt=2 Souvenir Shop - Merch https://noth ...
 
Canada's varied cultural history has long been overlooked. Using literature and cultural items produced in the Great White North, explore the history of Canada and the people that shaped its unique features in North America. Hosted by Patrick, a graduate student of English literature & Canadian History, and Mackenzy, his English literature companion!
 
Classical Voice Canada podcasts will feature a new Classical Vocal artist each week, wherein we will discuss their favourite Classical genre(s), experiences, and career trajectories, and listen to one of their recordings. The recordings may be professionally done, or may be done as semi-professional or home-based recordings, as is the new norm we have gravitated to due to COVID-19. We hope that Classical Voice Canada will introduce you to new artists that you should be watching for in the fu ...
 
Welcome to tiki central Canada with host Craig Stephens and co-host Paola (newbie) and Mark (tiki expert) as we talk about tiki drinks, the history of them, culture, tools and ingredients that will make you mouth water. Their witty humor as they pass on information? and some stories!! Enjoy and subscribe to the podcast!
 
Double Tap Canada is the show where blind people talk tech! If you’re blind or partially sighted and have an interest in technology, this is the show for you. Everyone is welcome no matter how old you are or how much or how little experience you have with technology. Each week the team will help you better understand how technology can help your everyday life, even if you have little or no sight. Join the conversation and add your voice to the show either by calling in, sending an email or l ...
 
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From posting the job to onboarding, hiring can be a challenge in the startup space. Laura Tolhoek, Proprietor of Essential HR, believes the key to attracting top talent is mastering your employer brand. As a Certified Human Resource Leader (CHRL) and the proprietor of Essential HR, Laura Tolhoek knows that when a business faces HR problems, there i…
 
John 15-17 is about the eternal union of Jesus to his followers. Jesus will speak about abiding in him, or as some translations put it, “remaining in him”. Jesus will tell his disciples, abide in my love, or remain in my love. He will say that the union between himself and his followers is so close that they will treat us, his followers, in exactly…
 
Leviticus 19:18 When people treat us unfairly, we want to get back at them in some way. But when we take the high road and don’t give in to our desire for revenge, the blessings are immeasurable.โดย Chuck Swindoll - Insight for Living Canada
 
Ephesians 5:21-24 / November 24-26, 2020 Ephesians 5:22-6:9 presents unfamiliar, often unexplored territory in the oceans of marriage. From the Series: Becoming a People of Grace: An Exposition of Ephesians read moreโดย Chuck Swindoll - Insight for Living Canada
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the Canadian Tourism industry, a problem that has been compounded by the Liberal government’s slow response and indecisive actions. Conservatives have been warning the Trudeau Government’s one-size-fits-all policy will have catastrophic consequences for the Canadian economy. On the Blueprint, Jamie is join…
 
A lawsuit out of Montreal has revealed unorthodox procedures for dealing with sexual assault allegations on campus. A student at Montreal’s McGill University has filed a lawsuit alleging he was forced to defend allegations of sexual assault which weren’t detailed to him and from an accuser who remained anonymous. Dave is joined by Montreal Gazette …
 
Vídeo novo no ar com assunto bem interessante: quais são as profissões mais comuns entre as pessoas que imigraram recentemente aqui pro Canadá? Pra gravar esse vídeo a gente se baseou em informações oficiais divulgadas pela própria Imigração Canadense, através do relatório "Express Entry Year-End Report 2019". AVISO 1: Começa segunda-feira, dia 30 …
 
This month’s episode is tailored to booksellers. In it, we go over some key things you should think about before facing the peak of the holiday bookselling season, as well as a series of tools, products, and resources from BookNet and other organizations that can help you take your business to the next level now or beyond the gifting season.Links:-…
 
Canadian companies represent 50% of all global phishing attempts. But there are ways entrepreneurs can protect their startups from cyber attacks – just ask Sukhmani Dev, the head of Digital Payments & Cybersecurity Solutions for Mastercard Canada! Sukhmani Dev (Sukh) is the head of Digital Payments & Cybersecurity Solutions for Mastercard Canada le…
 
Chris joins us this week to talk to us all about archery. Itunes Stitcher Email Us: host@newshootercanada.caParagraph Show Music: I like Guns by Steve Lee The post Episode 204 appeared first on New Shooter Canada.โดย Thomas, Mike and Benny
 
We've gone a full year without seeing Canadian tennis star Bianca Andreescu on court. Her coaching team of Sylvain Bruneau and Virginie Tremblay both join Match Point Canada this week to discuss the difficult 2020 year, the progress Andreescu has made to overcome injuries, and their plans for 2021. We also recap the ATP Finals from London. Enjoy! L…
 
Download IR: Canada #109 Subscribe Spotify Become a Patron! Welcome back! Another week, another show. Patreon page is up and going. We had two new folks join us last month so our numbers are growing! We are working on some changes for the show, and good positive changes can take time, so stay tuned! Speed Control – Headlights – Yukon Tripper and Th…
 
In which we give you a free taste of the fun we're having over on Patreon! What starts off as an overview of the world-famous Cirque du Soleil, ends up being a fascinating conversation about the future potential for the show and the philosophy of circus art! If you like what you hear in the episode, please consider subscribing for more of them, as …
 
Some of us see digital time for kids as useless activity. It’s time to change our mindset about it. Listen!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/benalagnam/message
 
Today, we have a special best-of edition of Golf Talk Canada. We’ll take a look back at Dustin Johnson’s dominating victory at the Masters and recap the other majors in 2020 in the men’s game. Plus, we’ll recap some of favourite editions of Winners, Weird and What!​โดย Golf Talk Canada
 
In December 1965, 17-year-old Tom Kosberg made milkshakes for his parents and four siblings, dosed them with sleeping pills, and then hacked up their bodies with a double-bladed axe. Only the baby survived. Tom was found not guilty by reason of insanity. So, why was he out in 10? For crime scene photos, show credits, sources and information about m…
 
When Gean and Kristine met, she was $60,000 in debt. Having worked and saved hard to immigrate from Brazil to Canada, Gean already had a good handle on his finances. Together, they managed to pay off the debt and get on the path to FIRE—in just one year! Listen in to hear how this remarkable couple turned their financial situation around with inten…
 
As it seems the whole world is currently going crazy trying to get their hands on either the new PlayStation 5 or new XBOX Series consoles, this week’s Double Tap Canada takes a look at just what the latest gaming hardware has to offer if you are blind or visually impaired. We are joined by blind gamer Steve Saylor who has been hands on with both S…
 
The agenda for the upcoming virtual Advancing Women in Agriculture conference is set. We learn who some of the speakers and the topics are here on Rural Roots Canada, Amplifying Canadian Agriculture.โดย RRC soundbites
 
For over 20 years, Gina Alexandris has been inspiring and supporting individuals and organizations to strategically define their hopes and achieve their goals. As the Senior Program Director of Ryerson’s Law Practice Program (LPP), Gina is responsible for the development, implementation and general management of this innovative transition year trai…
 
Technology often makes our lives easier, but if you live with type 1 diabetes it can also seem really overwhelming. From insulin pumps to CGMs and even do-it-yourself solutions, there are so many new technologies that it’s hard to know how to make the right decision for you. On this episode, Dr. Michael Riddell from York University talks about the …
 
Hi Guys,So this is not our usual format of a show but a cool look at the year and somethings that didn't make the show. We thought we would travel back throughout the year at some key times while recording that was not in the original shows. It's hard at times to edit the show and wonder what to keep and what you can't use. There are some of the cu…
 
It's crowdfunding month! Support us: canadaland.com/join. Since we last spoke to Karl Dockstader and Sean Vanderklis about the occupation of a development site in Caledonia, Ontario known as 1492 Land Back Lane, tensions between land defenders and local authorities have flared. At the end of October, an Ontario Superior Court judge granted the deve…
 
This episode of Pod Bless Canada continues our ongoing series that examines Indigenous prosperity at the crossroads. Particularly, MLI is seeking to amplify the voices of Indigenous leaders and entrepreneurs who are on the frontline of economic reconciliation, often by way of securing meaningful partnerships for their communities in the natural res…
 
Canada Soccer Nation Podcast Episode 20. Host Jason deVos is joined by Manitoba Soccer Association Executive Director Hector Vergara to speak about refereeing, COVID-19 and the importance of proactive comms during a global pandemic, as well Technical Lead Chris Lourenco joins to talk about his football path.…
 
Hello and Welcome to Nothing Ever Happens in Canada, I'm Canadian Girl thanks so much for joining me, on this Remembrance Day adventure across Canada. Today we are going to stop and take a few minutes to admire some of the many war memorials across Canada that have a story to tell. Toady we remember you all Canadian Armed Forces and are greatful fo…
 
The Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize recognizes the Canadian writer of the year’s best novel or short story collection and rewards them with $50,000. The 2020 finalists were selected by a jury composed of writers Elisabeth de Mariaffi, Waubgeshig Rice, and Yasuko Thanh. Listen to them discuss what it was like to wade through 100+ books together and why…
 
For the second episode in our Wellness Series, I am so pleased to introduce Madison Ryley Arsenault to you! A classically trained Mezzo-Soprano, Madison is also a certified Yoga instructor, and she has found a way to tie together her knowledge of singing and the physiology of the voice, with that of the movement, stretching, and focus that yoga can…
 
What do video gaming and apologetics have to do with each other? More than you might think at first. From how games are designed, to the nature of coding, our humanity and dignity are implicated. Today, Andy invited a rather unusual guest, a video game developer, to discuss how video gaming intersects with the Christian worldview and the place of h…
 
Shauna and Rebecca review the second book in their Love & Laughter series, The Switch by Canadian author Lynsay Sands. Shauna loved the humor and atypical ending, while Rebecca felt it was a formulaic romance. Spoiler alert: the two describe full details about the story from beginning to end.โดย Canada Reads American Style
 
Allen Priest provides insights into the history of American elections’ impacts on Canada.On the day of the 2020 United States presidential election, it is a great opportunity to reflect on the history of American elections’ influence on Canada and the dynamics between Canadian and American leaders. Allen Priest guides us through many of the most co…
 
With the creation of the A.V. Roe Canada company following the Second World War, Canada became a leader in the aerospace industry. The company developed the C-102 jetliner and the CF-100 Canuck, the first Canadian-designed military fighter aircraft. In 1953, at the height of the Cold War, the Royal Canadian Air Force (the RCAF) commissioned A.V. Ro…
 
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