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CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

Musician’s FAQ Episode 16 with Suzi Kory Monday September 27th 10am

Please join me for an hour of music and chat with Singer/Songwriter Suzi Kory Monday September 27th at 10am on Musician’s FAQ Cheers, Stewart McKie

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

CKMS Community Connections for 27 September 2021 – Last Week’s Music

♦Show Notes Index Show Notes Last week I promised to play a bunch of Canadian Content and KW Content music. In a weird way, it was good that I couldn’t play it, because Mo Markham was a great guest with lots of info about KW Vegfest. So, mea culpa, and here are all the songs and … Continue reading CKMS Community Connections for 27 September 2021 – Last Week’s Music →

Kitchener Baptist Sermons

Knowing of the Lord ye shall Receive

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The Games Institute

Dungeons & Dragons One Shot: Cryptid Nature Conservatory

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Kitchener Baptist Sermons

Our True Treasure

I. The Praise of This People (Vss. 5-6) A. The Lord is Exalted (Vs. 5) B. The Lord is Righteous (Vs. 5) 1. God Leads His People with Purpose (Exodus 13: 18) 2. God Leads His People With Promises (Exodus 13:19) 3. God Leads His People With a Plan (Isaiah 33: 6) C. The Lord is Honoured (Vs. 6) II. The Prospective of the People A. They Will See the All-Powerful One (Vs. 10) B. They Will See the All-Sufficient […]

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Insomnia Radio Canada

IR Canada Show 153 – Scheduled Genre Hops

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Welcome back! Fall and thunderstorm season are here. Still warm and humid, we haven’t hit that nice fall ontario weather yet, but it’s coming.

I’m still working on getting through emails as quickly as I can. With new emails coming in daily it can be hard to get back to everyone as quickly as I’d like. So if you’ve emailed and not heard back, feel free to follow up.

If you’d like to speed up the process, there are some things you should include when you email me about getting your track on the show.

  • Your name or the Band’s name
  • All your socials links, be that Facebook, Instagram, Soundcloud, Spotify, or Bandcamp. Include them all.
  • Your WEB PAGE!
  • Where the band is from! This is very important if you want to get on this show or the main show.
  • Info on the band / album / ep / single. Sometime I’ll read this out!
  • Any upcoming shows (even virtual ones).

THIS WEEKS TRACKS

  • Scott Cook Ft. Stefanie Parnell – Coming Clean – Montreal QC
  • Evil Creek – Dirt Road – Ottawa ON
  • Sue Foley – Dallas Man –
  • Fokus – Sweet Tooth – Toronto ON
  • James Gordon – We’ll Bring You Home – Guelph ON
  • Shauna Seeteenak – See the Light – Iqaluit NU

Thank you listeners for taking the time to listen to my show. Thank you, Bands, Musicians, and promoters for sending me music. I don’t talk on the show that much about my personal life, as I’ve always felt the show was to feature and talk about Canadian Bands and musicians. It’s been 3 years now since I left a safe secure job. I was missing out so much on family time as I had been since 2011 when I starting working jobs that were mostly evenings only. I wanted time with my family. Sadly the job I left for didn’t last, and all the temp positions I managed to land didn’t turn into anything long term or permanent. Add in as I was about to start looking for work, my husband of over 20 years was diagnosed with Stage 4 Prostate Cancer. Yes STAGE 4, before the age of 50 where you are normally tested for prostate cancer. Now here I am, also dealing with Covid 19. A high-risk household, and Covid. So that brings up to me starting the Patreon page for this show. But, if you can’t manage a monthly Patreon donation, please consider a one-time donation to his fund Help John Fight Cancer. Donations can be done anonymously. Every penny goes to bills, keeping a roof over our head and food on the table. If you can manage a monthly Patreon donation the site is: IR Canada Patreon Perks are listed on the site and start with a shout out Thank-you’s on the show and social media pages.

Other Important Links

  • Insomnia Radio Canada Twitter (@IR_Canada)
  • Insomnia Radio Canada Facebook
  • IR: Canada
  • IR: Canada Feed
  • Insomnia Radio Canada on Telegram
  • email: chris at insomniaradio dot net
  • Insomnia Radio Canada on Castbox
  • Insomnia Radio Canada Play List on Spotify
  • Insomnia Radio Canada on Spotify

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

Gay Nineties Play it Forward Playlist

Check out who The Gay Nineties selected in their Play it Forward Playlist and follow the experiment at www.mamradio.ca  

Debt Free in 30 Minutes

369 – Canadian vs. US Bankruptcy: Fresh Start vs. Harsh Penalty?

We Canadians consume a lot of American media, so it’s possible that the ideas we have about bankruptcy are actually what happens to indebted individuals in the United States, and not the Canadian reality. On today’s podcast, Doug Hoyes and Ted Michalos explain how bankruptcy in Canada is a rehabilitative and supportive process, with limited barriers. They address common fears and misconceptions and give insight on why filing bankruptcy is so much simpler in Canada than it is in America. Tune in for a great discussion!

 

Links:

 

Free Credit Repair Course: courses.hoyes.com/courses/rebuild-credit

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/bankruptcy/bankruptcy-basics/chapter-7-bankruptcy-basics

Chapter 13 Wage Earner’s Plan: www.uscourts.gov/services-forms/bankruptcy/bankruptcy-basics/chapter-13-bankruptcy-basics

Surplus income in a bankruptcy: www.hoyes.com/blog/new-surplus-income-limits-for-2021/

Hoyes Michalos Joe Debtor Bankruptcy Study: www.hoyes.com/press/joe-debtor/         


Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Friday September 24th, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); NDP brings together parties to call for vaccinations to be mandatory at Queen's Park (21:07); 'Reform' of bail is an attack on the presumption of innocence (43:06); Former MP Tabbara pleads guilty to three charges - Can Tabbara still collect a pension? (1:04:23); Free Phones Friday (1:27:08)

Mike Farwell Show

Friday September 24th, 2021

**BRANDON GRAZIANO FILLING IN** The opening monologue (0:56); Automated speed enforcement cameras now in operation (3:06); Inside the dispute between optometrists and the Ontario government that has left children and seniors 'abandoned' (21:27); Oktoberfest rolls out earlier again this year with the pandemic version 2.0 (43:41); 3rd Annual Swan Song Festival 2021 (1:03:26); Friday Four Panel. Topics: Liberal minority; what's next for the liberal government? Was calling an election the right move is anyone really a winner here? / In a nutshell, less than 15 years ago (after the 2008 election), every federal seat in Waterloo Region was Blue (Peter Braid, Stephen Woodworth, Harold Albrecht, Gary Goodyear). So we know that there's support for the party here. How did they fail to win any seats in this election? Two local ridings had no incumbent. Weren't there winnable ridings for the Conservatives here? / Vaccine certificates have officially rolled out, what are your thoughts? Do you think we will see major pushback? / Waterloo bylaw amendments to limit fireworks displays, establish cut-off time. Are people being too picky? OR Should fireworks be banned? (1:26:03)

Farwell and Pope Podcast

OHL Stories with Warren Rychel

It's the last stop on the Alphabet Tour of the OHL as we help you catch up with every team in the league. This week, we're in Windsor, where Steve Bell has stories, not to mention optimism for a Spitfires team that's got a strong group of potential future pros. Then, we sit down with the architect of the OHL's reining dynasty (3 Memorial Cups in 9 years is a dynasty, right?) and find out what it takes to build a winner...and to get punched by Bob Probert.

The Games Institute

Guest Lecture: Research Through Design with Dr William Odom

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Beyond the Bulletin Podcast

Episode 103 - Equity Data Survey, Winter Term, Keeping Well

The launch of the equity data survey is an important step in addressing inequities on campus, and as Jermal Jones tells us in the interview, the Equity Office would like everyone — especially students — to fill it out before October 31. The University is preparing for a return to in-person academic experiences in the Winter term. Registration for the Keeping Well At Work conference is open, and employees can sign up for workshops about nutrition, mental health, community wellness, and more. Links in this episode: Bike cage: uwaterloo.ca/parking/stafffaculty-parking/bike-locker/bike-cage Keeping Well @ Work: uwaterloo.ca/keeping-well-at-work/registration Truth and Reconciliation: uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/indigenousinitiatives/truth-reconciliation-day Orange shirts: wstore.uwaterloo.ca/national-day-for-truth-and-reconciliation-orange-shirt.html Equity Data Survey: uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/equity-survey How to fill out the Equity Data Survey: uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/equity-survey/how-to-complete Leaderboard: uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/equity-survey/response-rates

Bonn Park Podcast

BONN PARK PODCAST EPISODE 95 TAYLOR JONES AND KYLE SAWYER

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Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Thursday September 23rd, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); Caution urged as university students head into homecoming weekend (21:09); Election signs banned on regional roads (43:46); Worker shortage? Lack of decent work? What's really vexing Canadian restaurants (1:04:14); Union calls for Ontario to institute distancing, capacity limits at universities (1:26:49); Meet your elected MP for Kitchener Conestoga. GUEST: Tim Louis, MP Elect - Liberal party (1:47:12)

Mike Farwell Show

Thursday September 23rd, 2021

*BRANDON GRAZIANO FILLING IN* The opening monologue (0:56); Vaccine certificate program must be improved: Horwath (2:10); Should Erin O'Toole remain as the leader of the Federal Conservatives? (20:26); Vaccine certificates required at many non-essential establishments. How are local cinemas handling it? (43:34); Cambridge business owners asking province to fast track QR code vaccination verification (1:03:47); In election 2021, everyone was a loser (1:25:58); The Flip Side. TOPIC: Have you kept your New Year's Resolution? (1:46:19)

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

You wanted more retro-alternative music? Here it is!

Here’s this week’s show! Playlist is posted on Twitter at @CKMS81828384

Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Wednesday September 22nd, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); Ontario Premier Doug Ford provides update as proof of COVID-19 vaccination certificates begin (1:49); Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine certificate system goes into effect today at bars, restaurants, cinemas, gyms (20:44); Politicians need to practice what they preach and pay back wage subsidy (43:07); Meet your elected candidate for Kitchener South - Hespeler (1:04:13); The Kiwanis Club 2021 Home Renovation Workshop (1:27:31); How are you feeling about returning to live performances? (1:46:53)

Kitchener Baptist Sermons

Revelation Series: Babylon is Fallen (Revelation 17-18)

SECTION TWENTY-TWO: BABYLON FALLS 17 And there came one of the seven angels which had the seven vials, and talked with me, saying unto me, Come hither; I will shew unto thee the judgment of the great whore that sitteth upon many waters: 2 With whom the kings of the earth have committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication. 3 So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness: and I saw […]

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Mike Farwell Show

Wednesday September 22nd, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Waterloo mayor asking students to celebrate homecoming in small groups (20:09); 'I'm largely getting ghosted': Cambridge councillor wants immediate action after student hit on Myers Road (42:46); What's on Wednesday? Kitchener Rotary celebrates 100 years / 100 Women Who Care raises more than $500,000 for local charities (1:03:00); Schreiner on Vaccine Passports: "loopholes and inconsistencies with the system and the confusion and concerns for small businesses" (1:26:27); Ontario Premier Doug Ford provides update as proof of COVID-19 vaccination certificates begin (1:00:00); Five Minutes with Farwell. GUEST: Julie Medeiros, Mortgage Agent, DLC Premier Mortgages (2:04:00)

Communitech

Communitech Data Hub Workshops: Real-time IoT Analytics

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Communitech

Ask Me Anything: Managing Your Investor Pipeline

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Bonn Park Podcast

BONN PARK PODCAST EPISODE 94 CATHERINE YOUNG

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Sales and Marking podcast (Profitworks)

What Services do SEO agencies provide?

Are you thinking about getting SEO services for your website but aren't sure what type of services SEO agencies provide? Find out in today's podcast.


Too Scary

Too Scary 63: The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

The Silence of the Lambs is a 1991 American psychological horror film directed by Jonathan Demme and written by Ted Tally, adapted from Thomas Harris' 1988 novel. It stars Jodie Foster as Clarice Starling, a young FBI trainee who is hunting a serial killer, "Buffalo Bill" (Ted Levine), who skins his female victims. To catch him, she seeks the advice of the imprisoned Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins), a brilliant psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer.

Too Scary is a podcast about movies that are too scary. It is hosted by Shannon Brown and Mark Carter.


CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

CKMS Community Connections for 20 September 2021 with Mo Markham of Vegfest

♦Show Notes Podcast Index Bonus Footage Show Notes Mo Markham joins me on a web conference to talk about the upcoming KW Vegfest 2021, and tells us about the speakers and vendors who will be at this year’s Vegfest. We talk about veganism, the need for a plant-based diet, and the “Ag Gag” laws that try to … Continue reading CKMS Community Connections for 20 September 2021 with Mo Markham of Vegfest →

Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Tuesday September 21st, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); Chagger re-elected in Waterloo (20:42); Pfizer Canada eyeing urgent COVID-19 vaccine approval for children aged 5 to 11 (43:10); CFIB congratulates new government and all elected MPs: Now it's time to get to work on small business recovery (1:03:32); Why minority governments have been good - and sometimes bad - for Canada (1:26:32); Tuesday Tech Spotlight. GUEST: Marianne Bell, COO, Toxon Technologies (1:47:19)

Communitech

Ask Me Anything: Raising Money Mastery – The Secret to an Impressive Pitch Deck

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Mike Farwell Show

Tuesday September 21st, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Justin Trudeau's Liberals win third term but fall short of securing majority (20:38); Waterloo bylaw amendments to limit fireworks displays, establish cut-off time (42:54); The anti-vax movement is being radicalized by far-right political extremism (1:03:31); Kitchener Centre goes Green for first time (1:26:26); Liberal May re-elected in Cambridge (1:37:55); Introducing a new monthly segment: "Welcome to Waterloo" (1:46:58)

Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Monday September 20th, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); Between Two Hosts (1:49); It's election day: local polls open until 9:30 p.m (21:00); Western University and other schools should cancel frosh week to stop rape culture (42:50); Ivermectin - whether formulated for humans or horses - is not a treatment for COVID-19 (1:03:28); A broadcast boycott is the last chance to mount serious resistance against the Beijing Olympic Games (1:25:49); Hike & Bike for Hospice Waterloo Region (1:46:28)

Mike Farwell Show

Monday September 20th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Canada Votes! Five ridings up for grabs in WR - how close are our local ridings? (20:24); Business that supports local artisans introduces Advent box (1:03:30); Rant or Rave: You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:26:30)

Digital Marketing From the Trenches: Live at the Hive

Using Email to Attract, Engage and Retain Customers

Did you know that 99% of consumers check their email every day, and it is by far the preferred method to receive updates from brands?

Not to mention that 73% of millennials prefer email communications from businesses, proving that email is far from dead.

Let us show you how to do just that by Using Email to Attract, Engage and Retain Customers.

What’s New?

What is new in Marketing?

YouTube Launches First Podcast, Exploring How Online Creators Have Found Success –  YouTube has launched its first-ever podcast called ‘The Upload: The Rise of the Creator Economy’.

Google: Generating Titles for Web Page Results – Google shares more information on how it generates titles for web page results

Pinterest Tests New Full-Screen, Vertical Scrolling Feed for Pin Discovery – It seems that Pinterest is the latest social media app looking to lean into the TikTok-inspired trend of a scrolling, vertical feed of content

Google Adds More Automation Options to Display Ads as it Seeks to Counter Data Gathering Restrictions – Google’s looking to help advertisers maximize their ad results.

What’s Working?

While some marketing trends come and go, email remains to be one of the most vibrant and powerful channels available. 

 

Today we’ll discuss the importance of email marketing, and how to create a captivating and personalized experience for your subscribers. 

Email Is Not Dead

Although it’s one of the oldest forms of digital communication, email still outshines when it comes to usage. 

With over 2 billion users, it is important to recognize the benefits that email can bring you. 

With email marketing, you own the connections – you don’t have to worry about changes in algorithms affecting your reach. 

Focus on strategies that will help you create captivating emails that people actually want to open. 

The Importance of Retention

Keeping clients happy so that they will return or even refer your business is the main goal.

First impressions mean a lot to a client. You want to keep things simple and friendly so they will return. 

You can also reward customer loyalty with incentives.

Surveys are also a great way to keep people engaged with your product.

Consistency & Structure

Consistent email marketing keeps communication with customers open.

Over time, consistent emails will nurture and build relationships with your email list.

It keeps your company fresh in the minds of consumers.

When creating an email, these general components can be found:

  • Subject line: What the reader sees in their inbox. Make sure it’s not too long and not spammy.
  • Salutation: Directly addresses the person you’re sending the email to.
  • Introduction: Introduce the context of the email.
  • Body: This section explains the main message of the email.
  • Closing: Your email closing should be formal, not informal. Use your first and last name.

Contact Lists: Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Myth: Email as many contacts as possible. The longer the list, the more people you reach, the better your results.

Don’t do that! You’ll waste too much time and money. It is important to make sure your email list is up to date and unclogged.  

Review your email analytics and take note of contacts who have not performed an action in a few months. Are they still valuable?

With regular list maintenance, you can make sure that you’re communicating with people who actually want to hear from you. 

The Importance of Segmentation

Used as a personalization tactic to deliver more relevant email marketing to subscribers.

Segments are created so you can cater specifically to each different email list.

Ways you can segment your list:

  • Geographic email segmentation.
  • B2B and specialization email segmentation.
  • Content-specific email segmentation.
  • Behaviour-specific email segmentation.

Personalization 

Email Personalization is a process that gives individual treatment to the customer and increases lead generation.

Email Personalization is important because it rewards customers with new experiences and improves relationships.

There are a number of ways that you can personalize your emails. Here are some advanced techniques:

  • Ask the right questions
  • Monitor abandoned cart
  • Provide product recommendations
  • Create a customer persona
  • Send trigger emails
  • Celebrate clients’ achievements
  • Use dynamic content in your emails

Types of Emails

There is nothing worse than sending out emails that people dread reading and automatically send to the trash.

It is important to create snackable and relevant updates to ensure that your emails are actually enjoyable to read. 

What types of emails should you be sending out?

New Subscriber Email

You want to build a quick foundation of trust with your consumer. 

Introduce your social media platforms and invite your audience to connect. 

You don’t want a long welcome email. If you have a lot to say, make a video. 

Don’t go in directly with what you’re selling. You should deliver an experience that leaves the consumer curious, so they can research further.

Feedback Surveys  

Getting high response rates for your customer feedback survey starts with asking the respondent to fill in your survey by creating an effective customer satisfaction survey email.

Your email needs to make people want to start the survey. It doesn’t have to be long and complex. In fact, it should be short and to the point.

Remember the only goal of the invite is to persuade the respondent to provide their feedback on your organization.

 

Wrapping It Up

Email is here to stay.

Focus on creating emails that are captivating, personalized, and consistent.

These are crucial steps to ensure that your customers are staying engaged and that your efforts are successful.

 

We hope you enjoyed learning about Using Email to Attract, Engage and Retain Customers. If you’re looking for more great content, check out some of our other reads below:

10 Awesome Campaign Automations to Scale Your Business

Beyond Keywords: Understanding Search Intent

Instagram Fundamentals: From Zero to Hero

How to Promote Your Business in Mobile App Ecosystem

 


Sales and Marking podcast (Profitworks)

How Much Do SEO Services Cost


Sales and Marking podcast (Profitworks)

Geico - What Their Marketing Strategy Is And How You Can Use It In Your Business

GEICO is the number 1 global insurance company by revenues, with more than 17 million auto policies in force, insuring more than 28 million vehicles. So what is their marketing strategy and how can you use it in your own business? Listen to our podcast to find out.


The Devil's Cut Podcast

S06E07: "Blue Jays Playoff Push!"

S06E07: "Blue Jays Playoff Push!" by The Devil's Cut Podcast

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 – on air 8-10 pm ET

Fu Manchu, Cyclone Launch . . . Launching with Fu Manchu’s heavy heavy monster sound of stoner rock. Flash and The Pan, Don’t Vote . . . Not a commentary on the Canadian federal election, honestly. Wasn’t going to even remotely touch on it but this tune, from the Headlines album, happened to come up … Continue reading So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 20, 2021 – on air 8-10 pm ET →

Insomnia Radio Canada

IR Canada Show 152 – Off Schedule

♦ Download IR: Canada #152 Subscribe Spotify

Become a Patron!

Welcome back! Fall and thunderstorm season are here. Still warm and humid, we haven’t hit that nice fall ontario weather yet, but it’s coming.

I’m still working on getting through emails as quickly as I can. With new emails coming in daily it can be hard to get back to everyone as quickly as I’d like. So if you’ve emailed and not heard back, feel free to follow up.

If you’d like to speed up the process, there are some things you should include when you email me about getting your track on the show.

  • Your name or the Band’s name
  • All your socials links, be that Facebook, Instagram, Soundcloud, Spotify, or Bandcamp. Include them all.
  • Your WEB PAGE!
  • Where the band is from! This is very important if you want to get on this show or the main show.
  • Info on the band / album / ep / single. Sometime I’ll read this out!
  • Any upcoming shows (even virtual ones).

THIS WEEKS TRACKS

  • Velours – Whatever That Means – Canada
  • Douglas Von Irvin’s Carnival – Vampire Lover – Toronto ON
  • Said the Whale – 99 To The Moon – Vancouver BC
  • Lenny – Willow – Montreal QC
  • The Mandevilles – Fading Colours in the Northern Lights – Welland ON
  • Andrew Cassara – Gimme More Bass – Ottawa ON

Thank you listeners for taking the time to listen to my show. Thank you, Bands, Musicians, and promoters for sending me music. I don’t talk on the show that much about my personal life, as I’ve always felt the show was to feature and talk about Canadian Bands and musicians. It’s been 3 years now since I left a safe secure job. I was missing out so much on family time as I had been since 2011 when I starting working jobs that were mostly evenings only. I wanted time with my family. Sadly the job I left for didn’t last, and all the temp positions I managed to land didn’t turn into anything long term or permanent. Add in as I was about to start looking for work, my husband of over 20 years was diagnosed with Stage 4 Prostate Cancer. Yes STAGE 4, before the age of 50 where you are normally tested for prostate cancer. Now here I am, also dealing with Covid 19. A high-risk household, and Covid. So that brings up to me starting the Patreon page for this show. But, if you can’t manage a monthly Patreon donation, please consider a one-time donation to his fund Help John Fight Cancer. Donations can be done anonymously. Every penny goes to bills, keeping a roof over our head and food on the table. If you can manage a monthly Patreon donation the site is: IR Canada Patreon Perks are listed on the site and start with a shout out Thank-you’s on the show and social media pages.

Other Important Links

  • Insomnia Radio Canada Twitter (@IR_Canada)
  • Insomnia Radio Canada Facebook
  • IR: Canada
  • IR: Canada Feed
  • Insomnia Radio Canada on Telegram
  • email: chris at insomniaradio dot net
  • Insomnia Radio Canada on Castbox
  • Insomnia Radio Canada Play List on Spotify
  • Insomnia Radio Canada on Spotify

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

Episode 0: Robot Apocalypse

Here is the starting episode of this experimental podcast series. DJ Steel chooses the starting 3 bands based off various past interactions, set the rules and gets the project in motion. Or follow the selections here: www.mamradio.ca

Debt Free in 30 Minutes

368 – Do You Have to Check Your Credit Score Every Day, Week, Month?!

How often should you check your credit score? Is it wrong to obsess over credit scores? Where is the best place to get your credit report? On today’s podcast, seasoned credit counsellor Diane Cunha and LIT (& lawyer!) Jennifer Kwon join Doug Hoyes in a roundtable discussion on whether or not Canadians need to worry about their credit scores and who credit scores are really designed for. They also share practical advice for managing your credit health and where to find accurate information about your credit activity. Tune in for a lively chat!

 

Resources Mentioned in the Show

 

Straight on Personal Finance Credit Repair Course: courses.hoyes.com

Did You Know You Have a Bankruptcy Score? www.hoyes.com/blog/forget-credit-score-did-you-know-you-have-a-bankruptcy-score/

Podcast 327: New Buy Now Pay Later Apps – Is It Debt? www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvCO7_PUCDI

Podcast 140: Banks Behaving Badly, Who To Trust, and Has Toronto Real Estate Peaked? www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNN-gAyODxg

Straight Talk On Your Money book by Doug Hoyes: www.hoyes.com/straight-talk/


Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Friday September 17th, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); New data offers first glimpse of COVID-19 vaccination rates in Waterloo Region schools (20:44); Ontario Strengthening Supports for Postsecondary Students Reporting Sexual Violence or Harassment (43:22); One on One with Erin O'toole (1:04:13); FREE PHONES FRIDAY (1:26:50)

Mike Farwell Show

Friday September 17th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); New data offers first glimpse of COVID-19 vaccination rates in Waterloo Region schools (20:32); A researcher's view on COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: The scientific process needs to be better explained (43:22); Wilmot council hears from citizens concerned about aggregate bylaw (1:03:48); Friday Four Panel (1:25:59)

Farwell and Pope Podcast

OHL Stories with Dennis Wideman

The post-Byfield era begins in Sudbury as the Wolves look to rebuild with the help of the 1st overall pick. The Sudbury Star's Ben Leeson joins us for a season preview. Then, a chat with a former Wolves defenceman who started his OHL career in Sudbury, finished it in London, and went on to an 800-game NHL career after being drafted in the 8th round.

Beyond the Bulletin Podcast

Episode 102 – Tiny Homes, PAC/SLC Expansion, Truth and Reconciliation

Charlie Frise, an enterprise co-op student in architectural engineering, has been using his co-op terms to build more than his own business. The long-awaited SLC/PAC expansion is now open. UWaterloo will observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30 as a day of commemoration. And Fall Convocation is going to be virtual. Links in this episode: PAC/SLC expansion: athletics.uwaterloo.ca/news/2021/9/7/general-slc-pac-expansion-opens-to-students.aspx Vaccination Reminder: uwaterloo.ca/coronavirus/ Campus Check-In: checkin.uwaterloo.ca/ Fall Convocation: uwaterloo.ca/convocation/ National Day of Truth and Reconciliation: memengwaansdesigns.com uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/events/virtual-tour-mohawk-institute-residential-school uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/events/truth-reconciliation-and-you uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/events/truth-reconciliation-indian-residential-schools-keynote-dr uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/events/tag/135 Tiny Homes: frisedesign.com YouTube and TicToc: Charlie Frise Instagram: @frisedesign Enterprise co-op: uwaterloo.ca/conrad-school-entrepreneurship-business/undergraduate/enterprise-co-op

Pull the Plug

PTP 363 - September 17, 2021 - Sean Bertram, Best Video Game Consoles, Sucks to Suck, and We're Really Angry

Opening

- Why you need to poop when you’re in a bookstore

Just So You Know by Sarah Bernardo

We’re Really Angry with Mike Hawkins

Echo by Sean Bertram

Interview with Sean Bertram

- Sean Bertram’s website

- Sean Bertram on Spotify

Fourth Place by Sean Bertram

Ranker

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Sucks to Suck

- Naked woman drives golf cart through police standoff

- Lil Uzi Vert has diamond in forehead torn out

- Georgia man steals mortuary van, dead body rolls out

Santa Barbara Pier by Sean Bertram

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In 2011, Raven Lacerte went on a hunting trip with her father near the infamous Highway of Tears, a section of highway between Prince George and Prince Rupert, BC, where many Indigenous women have gone missing or been murdered. Little did they know this trip would mark the beginning of the Moose Hide Campaign – a grassroots movement focused on ending violence against Indigenous women and children. In this episode, Raven Lacerte and David Stevenson explain what the Moose Hide Campaign is all about and how it has evolved over the years.

Join in the conversation! Use the hashtag #SheIsYourNeighbour and connect with us on social media at @WomensCrisisSWR. Learn more at www.sheisyourneighbour.com.


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