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Mike Farwell Show

Monday January 25th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Trinity Bible Chapel in Woolwich defies lockdown rules again, hosting in-person services (20:08); Amid calls for international travel ban, experts say rules on essential trips must be clarified (42:46); As U.S. Capitol investigators use facial recognition, it begs the question: Who owns our faces? (1:03:57); Rant or Rave. You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:25:54)

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Jan. 25, 2021

Queen, We Will Rock You (fast version, from Live Killers) Queen, Stone Cold Crazy Fight, Into The Pit Judas Priest, Rocka Rolla Elton John, Your Sister Can’t Twist (But She Can Rock ‘n Roll) Blue Oyster Cult, Hot Rails To Hell Hawkwind, Needle Gun Santana, Hope You’re Feeling Better Deep Purple, Mary Long The Rolling … Continue reading So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 →

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

episode 277 agriculture show Jan 18 2021

Owen Roberts and Kaitlyn Anderson from fspartners.ca  are our guests today.  Find out about that first step that food takes from farmer to table. Our playlist: Eric Ethridge – California Thomas Rhett – What’s Your Country Song Dierks Bentley – I Hold On Taylor Swift – Shake It Off Lauren Alaina – Run radiowaterloo.ca/storage/track/?resource=episode+277+agriculture+show+jan+18+2021.mp3 right … Continue reading episode 277 agriculture show Jan 18 2021 →

Sales and Marking podcast (Profitworks)

How To Get More Bookkeeping Clients

Would you like to get more bookkeeping clients, but you're not sure how to do that? Listen to our podcast and we'll give you some great tips.


CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

I AM EVERYTHING – Ep 11: The Main Source (Ft DJ Matthew Romeo)

DJ, Producer, entrepreneur, among other things. We talk Toronto night life, his start up, his group Main Source and many other things.

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

CKMS Community Connections for 25 January 2021

♦Show Notes Podcast Index Show Notes The studio remains closed due to the Covid lockdown, and so Chelsey Danfield wasn’t able to come in. She’s been invited back for a Live, On-Air, In-studio performance as soon as everything is back to normal, but the best we can do today is play some tracks from her last … Continue reading CKMS Community Connections for 25 January 2021 →

Pull the Plug

PTP335 - January 25, 2021 - Pop-Punk Bands, Sucks to Suck, and Tough Noodle Choices

Opening

- Gaining weight during COVID

Is Love Alive? by Riley and Sandy Toole

Ranker

- The Top 10 Pop-Punk Bands

Full Moon Grin by Trent Macdonnell

Sucks to Suck

- Man has personal license plate revoked

- French woman trying to prove she’s alive

- Lawyer suspended for posting NOT GREAT advice

Victoria by Ida Skodt

Would You Rather?

- Some tough choices about noodles

Watering Hole by Jay Pollmann

Closing

- Kitchen Nightmares on YouTube

- Dads on Apple TV+

- CallMeKevin Plays GTA V with Chaos Mod

- Tiny Hands Game

- Shannon played Tiny Hands


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Creative People Podcast with Ryan Leacock

#64: Illustrator: Julie Campbell: "I'm trying but it's not cute yet"

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This week I'm chatting mental health and Pokémon with illustrator Julie Campbell. Julie, or Jushmu is an artist that makes cute and colourful pins, prints and stickers and it was an absolute pleasure to get to know her. We talk about how creativity and anxiety often go hand and hand, being complicated and drawings of cute girls for cute girls sake. Great episode!

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Music for the podcast was created by Jobii

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Insomnia Radio Canada

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Welcome back! Remember to be gentle with yourselves this year. We’re still working through the pandemic that is Covid-19, and even the small town I live in now has it’s first outbreak. I can ask you enough to wear your mask when you leave your house. We’ve been issued another lockdown / stay home order where I live. So please do what you can to limit the spread. Stay home, wash your hands, wear a mask. Avoid gatherings. It’s going to take everyone to beat this. I’m still working on changes for this show, and possibly the entire network, so please stay tuned!

  • The Neighbourhood Watch – Focus Up – Toronto ON
  • Katey Morley – Little Man – ON
  • Alexandra Beck Haumted – Toronto ON
  • Devan – Night Drives – Toronto ON
  • The Barettas – Touché – 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. Back in I left a very secure job in 2018 where my hours were mostly 11:30am to 9:30pm. I was at work when my family was at home. So I took a leap of faith and started at work from home job that did not last. I worked temp jobs for the next almost 2 years. January 3 2020 I was let go from my last temp position and have not found a paid gig since then. At the same time I lost the work from home job my husband was diagnosed with Stage 4 Prostate cancer. As of February 2020 he was no longer able to make the 1 hour commute to work, put in an 8 hour + day and make that 1 hour commute home. Thus financially we had taken quite the hit. Now add in Covid 19. That’s why I started the patreon page for this show. But, if you can’t manage a monthly Patreon donation, please consider a one time donate 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 shout out Thank-you’s on the show and social media pages.

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  • Insomnia Radio Canada Play List on Spotify
  • Insomnia Radio Canada on Spotify

Thank you to those who subscribers on Castbox! Looking forward to doing some live review shows there!

The Maker's Collective

Episode 97: What’s Next?

In this episode of The Maker’s Collective Podcast we catch up on what’s new in our lives since the holidays, and we share a little bit about the future of The Maker’s Collective, the future of this podcast, and what you can expect to see from us as we continue to grow and change as a company.  2021 has a lot of change in store and we're excited to continue sharing the journey with you! Only 3 episodes left... More from The Maker’s Collective: The Maker’s Collective - makerscollective.club/Instagram - www.instagram.com/MakersCoClub/Facebook - www.facebook.com/groups/makerscollectiveclub/Get in touch & join the club - makerscollective.club/contact/ More from Lacey: LJH Creative Consulting- www.laceyjheels.com/Instagram- www.instagram.com/laceyjheels More from Laura: Instagram - www.instagram.com/lhmoneycoaching/ More from Jeff: Instagram - www.instagram.com/jeffreysidehustles/

DeCodEd

Season 4 - EP #20: Bandwagons and Bandaids

In this episode the guys talk about charities, Rolland's Ribfest and Ronald McDonald House stories, and teaching from home. 

You can listen to this episode here.

You can watch the recorded live session at youtu.be/mRyUI1vaZ5c.




DeCodEd

Season 4 - EP #19: Podtubers hitting Milestone Episodes

In this episode Chris and Rolland talk about podcasting, how virtual teaching is wild, Chris' after school teaching gig, and Chris takes hold of what is not.

You can listen to this episode here.

You can watch the recorded live session at youtu.be/yjgmAOxS5ks.




DeCodEd

Season 4 - EP #18: Signals from the Future

In this episode the guys talk about Rolland's re-entry, virtually teaching is becoming the new fluency - the can of worms has been open so that we can do school f2f and virtually, the pivot in Ontario, and signals from the future.
You can listen to this episode here.
You can watch the recorded live session at youtu.be/iLfbKTUmO4M.



DeCodEd

Season 4 - EP #17: Ethical Standards of Pratice

In this episode Chris and Rolland talk about ethical standards of practice and the challenge of online learning.

You can listen to this episode here.

You can watch the recorded live session at youtu.be/qlLQ7NjNlok.




DeCodEd

Season 4 - EP #16: Mirage of Security

In this episode the guys talk about dad details, the reality we have created, too much 'white guy' podcast content, and equity and education.

You can listen to this episode here.

You can watch the recorded live session at youtu.be/kB_hzkcHDR0.




CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

She Is Your Neighbour

♦In 2019, She Is Your Neighbour was launched in the form of a blog series and social media campaign. Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region (WSCWR) asked community leaders to share their perspectives on domestic violence and explain why they are invested in ending it. These community leaders became ambassadors of the She Is Your … Continue reading She Is Your Neighbour →

Communitech

Ask Me Anything: How to Write (Close to) Perfect OCE Grant Applications

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Communitech

Ask Me Anything: So, You Want To Be A Unicorn?

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CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage for January 23

Further Again – Staggered Crossing (CanCon) Lovers in a Dangerous Time – Barenaked Ladies (CanCon) All Night Long – Lionel Ritchie Praying for Rain – Junkhouse (CanCon) Iron Horse – Mean Mary Don’t Tread on Me – Metallica Heaters – IllScarlet (CanCon) We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions – Queen Cynthia – Blue Rodeo … Continue reading Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage for January 23 →

Mike Farwell Show

Friday January 22nd, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); ROW Paramedics' WSIB claims rejected after being exposed to COVID-19 (20:25); Regional councillor tables motion encouraging the region to look at alternative models of responding to crisis calls in our community (42:42); Kitchener gym files court challenge against province's Stay-At-Home closures (1:03:10); Friday Four Panel. Topics: Should paramedics be paid while self-isolating with COVID-19? / As Joe Biden assumes office in the US, are you optimistic? / COVID-19 vaccinations in Waterloo Region have been paused until Sunday. Are you concerned by delayed deliveries of vaccines? / Did the Ontario government do the right thing by extending online learning? 1:26:20)

The Devil's Cut Podcast

S06E02: "Live from Zagreb"

On episode two we talk with good friend of the show Roberto Ancich to talk our favourite and least favourite concerts, and all shows in between.

Farwell and Pope Podcast

OHL Stories with Mike McKenzie

In his first season as an OHL GM, he made a big splash at the trade deadline and took his team to double overtime in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. Two years later, adding Head Coach to his job description, he started his OHL coaching career with a record of 33-6-0-3. Then the pandemic happened, and now he waits. Mike McKenzie was basically born into the game of hockey but realized that it was hard work that would take him places in the game. Today, he calls the shots for one of the OHL's most respected franchises.

Old Grey Mayors

Episode 18: Looking at child care issues in Waterloo Region with Jane Mitchell

Jane Mitchell returns to the (virtual) Old Grey Mayors studio to talk about two topics that have been top of mind for Waterloo Region residents in the last few months – daycare and conservation authorities.


Beyond the Bulletin Podcast

Episode 74 - Pearl Sullivan's Legacy, Spring Term, Wellness Programs

With the help of Mary Wells, dean of Engineering, and Jay Shah, a successful alumnus of Waterloo Engineering, we remember Pearl Sullivan, dean emeritus, and reflect on the major contributions she made and her dedication to students. Spring term will start later than planned. Homewood Health shares tips on fighting post-holiday depression. And there are wellness workshops for employees and students. Links in this episode: Wettig GSPA: uwaterloo.ca/daily-bulletin/2021-01-14#shawn-wettig-named-associate-vice-president-graduate-studies-and-postdoctoral-affairs Homewood tips: uwaterloo.ca/daily-bulletin/2021-01-13#homewood-health-offers-tips-on-fighting-post-holiday-depression Wellness workshops: uwaterloo.ca/daily-bulletin/2021-01-19#campus-wellness-announces-pandemic-wellness-management-workshops Fitness classes: uwaterloo.ca/centre-community-clinical-applied-research-excellence/uw-fitness-services/staff-and-faculty-training.

Communitech

Ask Me Anything: How Government Funding Can Help Build Your Financial Plan

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Mike Farwell Show

Thursday January 21st, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Online-only learning set to continue in Waterloo Region (21:28); Joe Biden sworn in as 46th president of the United States (44:44); Police to investigate verbal attack on Kitchener TV reporter (1:05:44); Pressing Premier Ford on the environment (1:27:51); The Flip Side. Topic: How did you mess up at work? (1:48:57)

Bonn Park Podcast

BONN PARK PODCAST S02 E01 IAN WHITMAN

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CIGI/The Logic Big Tech Podcast

Joan Donovan on How Platforms Enabled the Capitol Hill Riot

During his term, President Donald Trump has vilified the media, spread mis- and disinformation and built a loyal base of followers who believe his message. His refusal to accept the results of the 2020 election, failed legal challenges and Stop the Steal campaign further rallied his supporters. The tipping point came on January 6, 2021, just as law makers were meeting at the Capitol to certify the election. 

In this episode of Big Tech, Taylor Owen speaks with Joan Donovan, research director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University. Donovan studies social movements and their use of media and technology to spread their message. Social media platforms provide tools for individuals and groups to share information and organize, which has been valuable for societal movements such as Black Lives Matter and Standing Rock. But those same tools have been harnessed by bad actors aiming to incite destructive actions. In the case of the Make America Great Again movement, her team could see that those leading the Stop the Steal campaign were setting the stage for the Capitol attack. According to Donovan, “It’s about creating the conditions by which people feel [that] if they don’t do something, nothing will change.” As Donovan sees it, governments need to regulate and oversee the digital space because online activities have real-world effects. “I think everybody knows that people form communities online, and it’s in those bonds and in those spaces that people make decisions about, ‘Do I go to this protest or not?’ ‘Do I spend $400 to take a flight to DC to save Trump from the Democrats and Republicans?” … because I don’t think people make much of a distinction between ‘this is my online account for Patriot2467150’ and ‘my life.’”


Kitchener Baptist Sermons

The Holy Spirit

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Mike Farwell Show

Wednesday January 20th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Ontario seniors 'living in fear' of COVID-19 feel forgotten in vaccine rollout plan (20:22); COVID cases surge among school-aged children in region (43:14); What's on Wednesday? Let's Make a Local Deal Waterloo Region / Rangers Reach 50/50 draw in support of SMGHF surpasses $12,000 (1:04:11); Canadian action on Chinese forced labour more style than substance, critics say (1:27:04); Five Minutes with Farwell. GUEST: Alison Lopes, DLC Premier Mortgages (1:42:09); Coverage of Joe Biden's Inauguration (1:47:35)

Sales and Marking podcast (Profitworks)

My Marketing Is Not Getting The Results It Should, What Should I Do?

Is your marketing not getting the results that it should be getting, but you're not sure what to do to change that? Well, then this podcast's for you


Communitech

Ask Me Anything: Implications of Work from Anywhere

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CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

CKMS News – 2021-01-20 – Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup

♦Host: Melissa Bowman The Region of Waterloo will finalize it’s 2021 budget this month. Calls from the community to reallocate funds from policing into more upstream services has led to, as one councillor declared, an unprecedented interest in the police budget this year. This week’s Waterloo Region Weekly Round-up takes a look at how we … Continue reading CKMS News – 2021-01-20 – Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup →

Communitech

Ask Me Anything: Navigating Early Stage Investment in WR and Silicon Valley

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Mike Farwell Show

Tuesday January 19th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Waterloo council passes motion to have staff explore community interest in backyard chickens and draw up a bylaw (20:43); Biden to prioritize blocking of Keystone XL pipeline extension (42:28); Canadians leaving big cities in record numbers: Statistics Canada (1:02:37); Federal wage subsidies ended up costing taxpayers $188,000 a year for every job saved - maybe we should try a different approach (1:24:10); No backyard fires in Waterloo for now as council looks to review bylaw (1:34:40); Opt-out organ donation: Is Nova Scotia's new 'deemed consent' law ethical? (1:44:21)

On Wisdom Podcast

34: World After Covid series: Wisdom for Now (Part II) - What's important, Living in the moment, Social connectedness, and Shared humanity

What one piece of wisdom is important to give to people now to help them make it through the pandemic?

Igor and Charles share and discuss responses given to this critical question by 57 of the world's leading behavioral and social scientists, collected as part of the World After Covid project. Each episode, four responses are selected. This time, the conversation covers themes of what's important, living in the moment, social connectedness, and shared humanity in the midst of the pandemic.

Featuring:
Yukiko Ushida, Professor of Social and Cultural Psychology at the Kokoro Research Center, Kyoto University
Dacher Keltner, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Greater Good Science Center
Wendy Mendes, Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at UC San Francisco
Michael Bond, Cross-cultural Social Psychologist

Links:

  • World After Covid site
  • Igor Grossmann's homepage — interactive visualizations and analysis on the World After Covid project
  • Words of wisdom: 4 tips from experts on how to endure until the COVID-19 pandemic ends (The Conversation)
  • Societal Change and Wisdom: Insights from the World after Covid Project - PsyArXiv Preprint
  • Yukiko Ushida Interview — full interview and transcript on the World After Covid site
  • Dacher Keltner Interview — full interview and transcript on the World After Covid site
  • Wendy Mendes Interview — full interview and transcript on the World After Covid site
  • Michael Bond Interview — full interview and transcript on the World After Covid site

Mike Farwell Show

Monday January 18th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Cold War bunker a unique piece of Waterloo Region's history that should be preserved, heritage committee says (20:30); State of local hospitals (41:55); Waterloo floats new plan to reduce car trips (1:02:32); Rant or Rave. You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:24:48)

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Jan. 18, 2021

Madness, One Step Beyond Elvis Costello, Welcome To The Working Week Elvis Costello, Mystery Dance Pretenders, Lightning Man The Cars, Moving In Stereo The Cars, All Mixed Up Robert Palmer, I Dream Of Wires Talking Heads, Television Man The Tragically Hip, Killing Time The Smithereens, Blues Before And After U2, Bullet The Blue Sky Foreigner, … Continue reading So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Jan. 18, 2021 →

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

I AM EVERYTHING – EP 10: STRANGERS (FT SEAFRET)

Seafret is a British music duo consisting of singer Jack Sedman and guitarist Harry Draper, from Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Their debut studio album Tell Me It’s Real peaked at No. 59 on the UK Albums Chart.

The Wide World Of Motorsports Podcast

The Wide World Of Motorsports Podcast S04E01 01/17/21

This past week in the Wide World Of Motorsports:

This is the season premier of Season 4 of THEWWOMS Podcast and was recorded for the week of 01/17/21.

Join Co-Host Mike and Host James with some chat on the latest news in the Wide World of Motorsports!

Bringing you news from the Track to your Community! Reach us on our social media handle @THEWWOMS / The Wide World Of Motorsports #racing #podcast #KWAwesome

On this edition: Rolex 24/IMSA Season Preview, Marco down to part time in INDYCAR, how the NASCAR drivers did in the Chili Bowl + MORE

THEN

The first episode of the Mayhem Racing League Podcast of 2021 where we discuss all happenings in the MRL iRacing league. MRL Podcast is at about the 40 minute mark. We glance at the upcoming Season 3 for Mazda's and SS as well as the new ARCA series.

Region of Waterloo #1 Motorsports Podcast.
Did you know we are on Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/Youtube/Twitch/Spotify/Apple Podcasts?


Pull the Plug

PTP 334 - January 19, 2021 - Nostalgia Galore! Sucks to Suck, and Messing with Snails

Opening

- Zencastr

- Episode 100 of The Todd Donald Show

Should Have Known Better by So Much for Subtle

Can You Recognize This Sound?

- Sounds Every 90s Kid Will Remember

Misunderstood by The Dickens

Fucking With Snails, a Saga

- Original tweet

- Article from Vice

- Article from The New York Times

- Article from CNN

Banana Pancakes by One Concession Over

Sucks to Suck

- COVID Closes House of Representatives

- Man throws away $70 million worth of bitcoin

- Man forgot password to $250 million worth of bitcoin

- Magic mushrooms growing in mans veins

- Man dies after air blown up his rectum

Another Day by Chad Price

Would You Rather?

- School Snacks Edition

Loving You by Kendall Thompson

Closing

- The Nightstalker on Netflix

- Crashing on Netflix

- History of Swear Words

- Nebraska by Bruce Springsteen

- Frank Turner Essentials on Apple Music


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Creative People Podcast with Ryan Leacock

#63: Artist: Joss Monzon - "Memento Mori"

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Back at it with season 2 and we hit the ground running with a great one. Artist, creative director, and VR preacher - Joss Monzon in on the podcast this week, and the two of us get into all things beautiful and brutal. Music by Matt Large check out Joss on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jossmonzon/

 

Dan Nedelko

Live at the Hive - Episode 28 - Happy GDPR Day!

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Kitchener Baptist Sermons

Temperance

we need to apply temperance into our life we need to apply temperance into our life

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Insomnia Radio Canada

IR Canada Show# 117 – Now in lockdown

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Welcome back! Remember to be gentle with yourselves this year. We’re still working through the pandemic that is Covid-19, and even the small town I live in now has it’s first outbreak. I can ask you enough to wear your mask when you leave your house. We’ve been issued another lockdown / stay home order where I live. So please do what you can to limit the spread. Stay home, wash your hands, wear a mask. Avoid gatherings. I’m still working on changes for this show, and possibly the entire network, so please stay tuned!

  • Drown in The Abyss – Rising From The Tides – La Sarre QC
  • Tunic – Exhailing – Winnipeg ON
  • Hallowsage and the Three Mile Islanders Haumted – Toronto ON
  • Andrea Rankin – izzy Moon Moon – Stratford ON
  • Kathryn Sinopoli – Waterproof – St. Catharines ON
  • Gareth Inkster – Thank You – Hamilton 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. Back in I left a very secure job in 2018 where my hours were mostly 11:30am to 9:30pm. I was at work when my family was at home. So I took a leap of faith and started at work from home job that did not last. I worked temp jobs for the next almost 2 years. January 3 2020 I was let go from my last temp position and have not found a paid gig since then. At the same time I lost the work from home job my husband was diagnosed with Stage 4 Prostate cancer. As of February 2020 he was no longer able to make the 1 hour commute to work, put in an 8 hour + day and make that 1 hour commute home. Thus finacially we had taken quite the hit. Now add in Covid 19. That’s why I started the patreon page for this show. But, if you can’t manage a monthly Patreon donation, please consider a one time donate 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 shout out Thank-you’s on the show and social media pages.

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  • 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

Thank you to those who subscribers on Castbox! Looking forward to doing some live review shows there!


Kitchener Baptist Sermons

The Staff and the Stay

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Dan Nedelko

Fortnite Battle Royale n00b stream. I'm gonna die!

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CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage for January 16

I’m on Fire – Bruce Springsteen Superman’s Song – Crash Test Dummies (CanCon) Wild Horses – Gino Vannelli If You Could Only See – Tonic Sunshine of Your Love – Cream She’s Not There – The Zombies I Would Die For You – Jann Arden (CanCon) Copperhead Road – Steve Earle Coldest Night of the … Continue reading Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage for January 16 →

Mike Farwell Show

Friday January 15th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Ontario to conduct weekend big-box store inspection blitz to enforce coronavirus rules (20:50); Chief Larkin's news conference Thursday about enforcing stay-at-home orders (43:17); Coalition of Muslim Women of KW is concerned about hate motivated crimes and offers support and documentation (1:03:44); Friday Four Panel. Topic: Is the Ontario's government's stay-at-home order sending a clear enough message? / Regional chair Karen Redman has tested positive for COVID-19. Does this mean she broke any rules? / Not only has Donald Trump been impeached for a second time, he's been banned from social media platforms. Is this an assault on free speech or acknowledgement by big tech that their platforms need to be moderated? / Should backyard fires be allowed in Waterloo? (1:25:25)

Farwell and Pope Podcast

OHL Stories with Jeff Twohey

One of the friendliest and most familiar faces around junior hockey rinks, it's hard to run into Jeff Twohey without getting a story about a former junior hockey player or a full-blown history lesson on the city of Peterborough and its Petes! In fact, the whole idea for the #OHLStories podcast was born through a meeting with Jeff in the media room in Kingston. He started telling one story, which led to another, and then "just one more, if you have time." Jeff's stories always make it worth being late for broadcast time, and you'll get all of his stories right here (hopefully, you don't have to be on the air in five minutes). From Roger Neilson and Wayne Gretzky, to the Staal brothers and Steve Yzerman, this episode is a virtual who's-who of the big names that have been a part the OHL's oldest franchise.