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Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Monday June 21st, 2021

Show Opening... Between Two Hosts (0:33); The terrorism charge filed in the London attack is the first of its kind in Canada (20:38); Food is poised to get a lot more expensive, but it doesn't have to (43:21); Parliament must address small business debt and program gaps before closing for summer (1:04:24); 'No end in sight': Bingemans President speaks to continuing challenges of COVID-19 pandemic (1:27:09); Are you ready for all the people issues and opportunities with re-opening? (1:47:21)

Mike Farwell Show

Monday June 21st, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); National Indigenous Peoples Day (21:06); Full recovery at least five years away for region's tourism and hospitality sector (43:26); Waterloo Region Crime Prevention Council launches Upstream Speaker series (1:03:37); Rant or Rave: You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:26:26)

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

CKMS News -2021-06-21- Overt and systemic racism in the region

♦download audio Host: Sherice Alishaw With the increase in awareness about acts of racism and racist structures resulting from the Black Lives Matters and Defund The Police movements, there have been many opportunities for people and institutions to learn and adapt their behaviour, but are our communities actually learning the lesson? Racism and racial profiling … Continue reading CKMS News -2021-06-21- Overt and systemic racism in the region →

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 21, 2021 – on air 8-10 pm ET

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 21, 2021, airing 8-10 pm ET at Radio Waterloo. All selections are from live albums, something I did eons ago on the show and figured would be fun to reprise. Some people like live albums, some don’t, I tend to prefer studio versions in most cases … Continue reading So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 21, 2021 – on air 8-10 pm ET →

Sales and Marking podcast (Profitworks)

Why having a great website is so important for every business - part 3


CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

Musicians FAQ Episode 3 with Mikalyn Hay June 21st 2021

Join me Monday June 21st at 10am for my interview with Singer/Songwriter/Musician Mikalyn Hay thank you! Stewart McKie

DeCodEd

Season 4 - EP #39: Father's Day 2021

In this episode, Chris talks about his grandfather, the guys talk about expectations, and Father's Day. 
You can listen to this episode here.
You can watch the recorded live session at youtu.be/1HoXs96B5mU.



DeCodEd

Season 4 - EP #38: What happens when the pandemic ends?

In this episode, the guys talk about Canada Day and what it means to them, conversations about real world equity/racism (recent events), and how to integrate after the pandemic.

You can listen to this episode here.

You can watch the recorded live session at youtu.be/EiHnsaAt9as.



Insomnia Radio Canada

IR Canada Show 139 – A Little Fun / Happy Father’s Day

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Welcome back! It’s been a crazy odd week here in my part of Canada. So recording music makes the day better, and I’m sure getting to listen to music is good too. Great for Father’s day!

Also on a different note, when I recorded the show I said only the last song was a repeat artist, I was mistaken. The first track was also a repeat / return artist.

I’m 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

  • Frank Patrick – The All Mighty We – Toronto ON
  • Nathan Lawr – Apocalypse Marshmallow – Toronto ON
  • Samways – The Mother – Toronto ON
  • Desi G – On My Own – Toronto ON
  • Deanna Drudge – The Light- Squamish BC
  • Zaac Pic – All In – Windsor 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 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.

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

Pull the Plug

PTP 354 - June 19, 2021 - Classic Rock Bands, Bye-Bye Cake, and Sucks to Suck

Opening

- Carol Baskin’s Cameo

- George Pettit’s Cameo

- Matt Stewart’s Cameo

Reject March by Minuscule Mayhem

Buzzfeed Break

- Which Cake Has to Go?

Myself to Blame by Drop Dead City

Sucks to Suck

- Naked woman taped at a steakhouse

- Congressman wants to change Earth’s orbit

- Woman stuck in a chair needs to be freed with jaws of life

- Man gets swallowed by a goddamn humpback whale

Wait by Mark Martyre feat Stacey Dowswell

Ranker

- Greatest Classic Rock Bands

Charades by Sarah Bernardo

Closing/Rec Room

- JJ Wilde

- Confessions of the Idiots

- Lifeforms by Angels and Airwaves

- Fresh, Fried & Crispy

- High on the Hog on Netflix

- Loki trailer


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Debt Free in 30 Minutes

355 – Understanding ‘Free’ Money & Navigating RDSPs & RESPs with Alan Whitton

When a financial product is more affordable (or even free), banks aren’t too keen on promoting it or helping you access it. Why? Because they want to make money. Banks are also very good at manipulating consumers into thinking they’re getting a ‘deal’ when they’re really paying a hefty price. So, how can you know when it’s truly free money and when it’s a ploy? Enter Alan Whitton (aka Big Cajun Man). On today’s podcast, Alan gives real examples of false ‘free’ financial services and products to help us make more informed banking and investing decisions. Alan also explains how RDSPs and RESPs work and how to access income-based benefits in the two plans. Tune in for lots of practical advice!

 

Resources:

 

Canadian Personal Finance Blog: www.canajunfinances.com

RESP & University Expenses Page: www.canajunfinances.com/RESP/

RDSP Information: www.canajunfinances.com/RDSP

Alan Whitton on Twitter (@bigcajunman): twitter.com/bigcajunman

Alan Whitton (Canajun Finances) on Facebook: www.facebook.com/canajunfinances


The Games Institute

034: Animal Studies and Untitled Goose Game with Nicholas Hobin

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Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Friday June 18th, 2021

**BRANDON GRAZIANO FILLING IN** Public Health updates Waterloo Region's COVID-19 cases (0:33); OPINION: For teenagers, the internet helps during lockdowns but it's no substitute for the outside world (19:45); Canadians who received AstraZeneca vaccine excluded from seeing Bruce Springsteen, as Broadway opens up (42:27); U of G Expert Alert: Higher Food Prices This Summer (51:18); COVID-19 Delta variant in Canada: FAQ on origins, hotspots and vaccine protection (1:04:07); COVID concerns within the region's shelter system (1:26:35); Free Phones Friday (1:46:45)

Mike Farwell Show

Friday June 18th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); As COVID-19 cases spike, Waterloo region may not move to Step 2 with rest of Ontario (21:37); A Better Tent City to temporarily relocate to site on Battler Road in Kitchener (42:47); Condo developer plans to buy $1-billion worth of single-family houses in Canada for rentals (1:03:30); Public Health updates Waterloo Region's COVID-19 cases (1:25:40)

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

The Gems Of Life Show with Sarah Shafiq

Sarah Shafiq joined me on a conversation this week, and shared how Coalition of Muslim Women in KW is gathering data on hate crimes incidents, and supporting  those who have been affected  due increasing numbers of hate crime against minorities, blacks and muslims in KW and surrounding areas.   Follow us on  YouTube and subscribe, … Continue reading The Gems Of Life Show with Sarah Shafiq →

Farwell and Pope Podcast

OHL Stories with Rico Phillips

Rico Phillips proves it's possible to have a hockey bag full of OHL stories without ever having played a game in the league. The OHL's new Director of Cultural Diversity and Inclusion joins Farwell and Pope to talk about making the game more accessible, his own journey that brought him to this prominent new position and, oh yeah, the time a stranger saved his life. You'll see Rico around the rink when the league returns in the fall but you can learn all about his incredible life story in this episode.

Beyond the Bulletin Podcast

Episode 92 - Islamophobia, QS Rankings, Spring Convocation

Interview guest Amir Al-Azraki, the coordinator of Studies in Islamic and Arab cultures and professor of Arabic language, literature and culture at Renison University College, discusses Islamophobia after a motorist hit and killed several members of a Muslim family. Waterloo jumps 17 spots overall in the QS World University Rankings, an annual publication that ranks more than 1,300 institutions worldwide. Six convocation ceremonies will take place online over two days this week. And Waterloo marks National Indigenous Peoples Day. Links in this episode: QS rankings: www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/world-university-rankings/2021 Spring convocation 2021: uwaterloo.ca/convocation/ National Indigenous Peoples Day:uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/indigenousinitiatives/indigenous-history-month#knowledge-building Iskwē: uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/iskwe-kws Deantha Edmunds: uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/events/lunchtime-performance-deantha-edmunds-canadas-first-and-only CJPME Stats on Islamophobia in Canada: www.cjpme.org/islamophobia Int'l Civil Liberties Monitoring Group report on Islamophobia in Canada: asia.ubc.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/18/2021/06/Noor-ICLMG-ISSA.pdf

Bonn Park Podcast

BONN PARK PODCAST EPSIODE 80 ST JACOBS FARMERS' MARKET PART ONE

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Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Thursday June 17th, 2021

**BRANDON GRAZIANO FILLING IN** Show Opening... But first (0:33); Local hair salon owners feeling left out of Ontario's reopening plan (1:31); Local wildlife health organization helps track disease outbreaks in Guelph and Canada (19:55); Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott provides update on COVID-19 vaccination (43:00); Canada needs a national public transportation system - here's why (1:03:20); Province backs new Conestoga College, Wilfrid Laurier University campuses in Milton (1:20:42); Opinion: Let's have permanently quicker drug approvals (1:26:47); Travelling post-pandemic (1:52:4)

Communitech

Ask Me Anything: Getting Started in the Wild World of Digital Marketing

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Mike Farwell Show

Thursday June 17th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); 'Very frightening' plan by developer to buy $1B in homes will price renters out: anti-poverty group (21:02); MPPs Fife and Lindo call for additional support as Waterloo Region cases surge (42:45); Virtual Socially Distanced Pandemic Storytelling Tour (1:00:00); Kitchener names Donny Hishon 2021 senior of the year (1:03:06); Ontario's new math curriculum looks good. Now make sure there are resources so it can succeed (1:25:47); The Flip Side. Topic: Paulie's cat tore up his toe, my dog digs huge holes in the backyard….what did your pet do? (1:45:33)

Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Wednesday June 16th, 2021

**BRANDON GRAZIANO FILLING IN** Show Opening... But first (0:33); Parking requirements for tiny homes near Kitchener's 11 Ion stations waived (1:56); Mental health check in... how are you doing? (20:24); Cambridge Muslim community calls on leaders to do more to end hatred and racism (44:08); London terror attack: Canadians have become desensitized to violence against Muslims (1:05:27)Kitchener startup ApplyBoard valued at $4 billion (1:27:21); Waterloo Warbirds have another flyover planned for Saturday (1:46:55)

Mike Farwell Show

Wednesday June 16th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Waterloo Catholic high school teachers will teach students in person and online simultaneously in September (21:04); Make Canada Day a national day of reckoning (43:05); What's on Wednesday? Local Art for Local Walls partners with Women's Crisis Services of Waterloo Region / Bonn Park Podcast looks at history of St. Jacob's Market (1:04:04); Doug Ford's government is using the notwithstanding clause for the first time in Ontario history. When is use of the constitutional override legitimate? (1:26:29); Between Two Hosts. Topic: Ruffle Farwell's Feathers (1:47:04); Five Minutes with Farwell. GUEST: Tracy Valko, The Valko Team (2:04:29)

Bonn Park Podcast

BONN PARK PODCAST EPISODE 66 GIRLS FOR CHANGE PART 1 ELLEN BRISLEY

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The Wide World Of Motorsports Podcast

The Wide World Of Motorsports Podcast S04E11 06/13/21

Recently in the Wide World Of Motorsports!
This is the 11th episode of the 4th season and was recorded for the week of 06/13/21.

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: INDYCAR/IMSA @ Detroit , NASCAR All-Star weekend, full SRX breakdown +MORE

Let us know what you think of Eddie Gossage leaving as president of Texas Motor Speedway.

Region of Waterloo #1 Motorsports Podcast.
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Creative People Podcast with Ryan Leacock

#80: Brand Designer: Robin Lindner: "#kwfamous"

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This week the podcast is #kwfamous with brand designer Robin Lindner. Robin is one-half of Robin + Elaine (Elaine, you must be on the podcast sometime!), and she is the owner of the most adorable puppy you will ever see. We have a great, giggly time talking Kitchener, what she learned early about failure and her ideal design community. Great one!

Find Robin on Instagram

Music by Smartface

 

Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Tuesday June 15th, 2021

**BRANDON GRAZIANO FILLING IN** Show Opening... But first (0:33); 'It defies logic': Americans want to know why Canada won't reopen the border now (00:00); Could Canada's high-flying housing prices come crashing down? (21:47); Permanent Indigenous space planned for Victoria Park and Waterloo Park (43:10); Ontario gives $10M to help find and protect residential school burial sites (1:03:47); The weekend after partial lockdown is part-way lifted (1:28:09); Tech Tuesday Spotlight. GUEST: Derek Sham, CEO & Founder, Cosm Medical (1:47:37)

Mike Farwell Show

Tuesday June 15th, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); 'It defies logic': Americans want to know why Canada won't reopen the border now (00:00); Could Canada's high-flying housing prices come crashing down? (21:47); Permanent Indigenous space planned for Victoria Park and Waterloo Park (43:10); Ontario gives $10M to help find and protect residential school burial sites (1:03:47); The weekend after partial lockdown is part-way lifted (1:28:09); Tech Tuesday Spotlight. GUEST: Derek Sham, CEO & Founder, Cosm Medical (1:47:37)

Communitech

Ask Me Anything: Why the Early Bird Always Wins at IP

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LiveWild Radio

Ep: 58 - Fitness for Mountain Biking

In our last episode, we introduced our listeners to mountain biking and why it is so much fun. Now we are getting into improving your fitness for riding the trails.

  Mountain biking is one of the most enjoyable activities but it is also more demanding than almost anything you can do. Nothing sucks more than being completely gassed part way through your ride. The fitter you are the more fun you will have.   We talk about specific training for off-road riding, how skills save you energy, improving performance by being leaner, and how nutrition affects your riding.   If you want to become a better mountain biker or just get fitter then give a listen and put our tips into action.     For even more information check out:
  • Ep: 56 Intro to Mountain Biking 
  • Top 6 Mountain Bike Destinations Near Collingwood, Ontario

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

CKMS News – 2021-06-15 – Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup – A Better Tent City update

♦download episode Host: Melissa Bowman Today’s Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup episode focuses on two weeks of discussions at Woolwich council regarding the possibility of A Better Tent City moving to a new proposed location on Spitzig Rd. A Better Tent City is the community of residents currently housed in tiny homes at Lot 42 in … Continue reading CKMS News – 2021-06-15 – Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup – A Better Tent City update →

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

CKMS News -2021-06-14- Small business adapting during COVID restrictions

♦download episode Host: Namish Modi This piece features interviews from early June with two small business owners in the Waterloo Region. Bon Apatreat bakery owner Chantelle Villeneuve and The Branches  (formerly Queen Street Yoga) owner/director Leena Miller Cressman. Each of the businesses has adapted during a very tough time. Villeneuve was forced to close her … Continue reading CKMS News -2021-06-14- Small business adapting during COVID restrictions →

Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Monday June 14th, 2021

**BRANDON GRAZIANO FILLING IN** Show Opening... Between Two Hosts (1:24); COVID-19 has caused health-care backlog of 16 million procedures, OMA says (20:53); Biden's Keystone XL death sentence requires Canada's oil sector to innovate (45:35); City says it's dealing with rat infestation in Preston neighbourhood (1:04:37); The problem with online learning? It doesn't teach people to think (1:26:35); Restaurant patios in Waterloo open, as Ontario enters first stage of reopening (1:48:15)

Mike Farwell Show

Monday June 14th, 2021

The opening monologue (0:56); Wilmot township cancels Canada Day plans (20:54); Neighbours angered by new proposal to build five high-rise apartment buildings (43:29); Fifth-annual Belmont Village Bestival set to run all summer long in support of KW local businesses (1:05:17); Rant or Rave: You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:26:31); Five Minutes with Farwell. GUEST: Faisal Susiwala, Broker of Record, Re/Max Twin City Faisal Susiwala Realty (2:05:11)

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 14, 2021 – on air 8-10 pm ET

The Rolling Stones, Oh No Not You Again . . . Oh yes, I’m back with another show, with this opening rocker from the most recent studio album of original material by the Stones, A Bigger Bang in 2005. Originally, there was talk of this being the title of the album. I think they should … Continue reading So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 14, 2021 – on air 8-10 pm ET →

The Eco Well

Interview with Sam Farmer: Ethically Navigating the Cosmetics Sector as an Indie Brand

This week we spoke with Sam Farmer. In an industry led by pseudoscience marketing noise, Sam is someone I’ve long admired for going against the grain with his brand to stand up for reason in the cosmetics space. This conversation aired live on our discord and featured Sam’s perspective on what it means to ethically navigate the cosmetics industry as a father, an indie beauty brand and as a consumer. Enjoy!

 

Interested in supporting the show? Find us at patreon.com/theecowell ♥


Sales and Marking podcast (Profitworks)

Why having a great website is so important for every business - part 2


CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

Ep 25: Tinder Talks (Ft Chase O’Donnell)

Chase O’Donnell is a comedian and actor who was born and raised in Los Angeles. Chase attended UC Santa Barbara and graduated with a BFA in acting. She studied improvisation at the Groundlings School, Annoyance Theater, and UCB which inspired her to create her own comedy content. Upon graduation, Chase wrote and starred in the … Continue reading Ep 25: Tinder Talks (Ft Chase O’Donnell) →

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

Musicians FAQ Episode 2 with Hills Walter June 14th 2021

Join me for Part two of my Interview with Hills Walter Singer/Songwriter Fog Blues and Brass Band

CKMS 102.7 FM: Radio Waterloo

CKMS News – 2021-06-10 – Discussing mental health and the pandemic

♦Host: Sherice Alishaw During this global pandemic, stress levels in our communities has risen. Many Individuals in the community that are already struggling with their mental health, are now having a hard time coping with the added stress and anxiety.  On this episode of CKMS News, we interview a community member, Kelly Maeve, who is … Continue reading CKMS News – 2021-06-10 – Discussing mental health and the pandemic →

The Games Institute

GI Playbook Lecture: Publishing for the Humanities with Shana MacDonald

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Insomnia Radio Canada

IR Canada Show 138 – Tittle? Do we need one?

♦ Download IR: Canada #138 Subscribe Spotify

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Welcome back! It’s been a bit of a blah week here. The weather is being fussy, and as thus while the show is out on time, my energy is running low and I feel like taking a nap. I hope you enjoy this weeks show. Its quite the mix of music!

I’m 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

  • Craig Cardiff – Running all this time – Waterloo/Ottawa ON
  • Amir Brandon – Champagine – Toronto/Ottawa ON
  • Silla & Rise – Pandemonium – Kimmirut/Ottawa NU/ON
  • Kraken Not Stirred – The Tree That Owns Itself – Toronto ON
  • The Wring – The Light- Sudbury ON
  • Brendan Scott Friel – All In – Windsor 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 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.

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

Kitchener Famous

Season Finale- "13 Second Hug" with Romeo Sex Fighter and The White Rabbit

S1 E10- In our season finale, the OG Sex Fighter boys, Ryan Allen, Bryan Wright and Jay Leonard come to hang out with us and goof around. We'll learn about Bryan's family band, Jay's burping techniques, and Ryan's invention of the 13 second hug. Later on Darius (owner and operator of the White Rabbit) joins us and fills us in on some popular menu items, the future of live music, and his favorite cocktail drinks. Hang out until the end to get a live performance from the original cast of Romeo Sex Fighter! --- Send in a voice message: anchor.fm/kitchenerfamous/message

Debt Free in 30 Minutes

354 – Bad Funding Choices for Small Business with David Barnett

The economic shutdown has been costly for small businesses. If you’re an owner concerned about the future health of your business, what should you do? Sell your business? What are your options if you have a lot of business debt? On today’s podcast, David Barnett, a business broker, returns to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted small businesses and why some businesses are having a harder time selling than others. He also shares strategies some companies have deployed to stay afloat during the pandemic and advice to avoid bad business funding choices. David also explains the sunk-cost fallacy and recency bias to help you understand whether it’s financially worthwhile to maintain your business. Tune in for lots of practical advice!

 

Related Links:

 

Debt Traps of Buying a Business with David Barnett: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HbW9ww2BNg

David Barnett’s Website: davidcbarnett.com and   www.investlocalbook.com/

David Barnett on Twitter: twitter.com/DBarnettMoncton


Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Friday June 11th, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); Four things we need to get right for the reopening of offices: Canadian Chamber of Commerce (19:57); Opposition trying to stall Ford government's move to invoke notwithstanding clause (42:37); Pierre Trudeau's failures on Indigenous rights tarnish his legacy (1:02:45); Free Phones Friday (1:25:33)

Communitech

Communitech Data Hub Workshops: Introduction to IoT

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Mike Farwell Show

Friday June 11th, 2021

A special broadcast supporting Red Day, and St. Mary's General Hospital Regional Cardiac Care Centre.

Farwell and Pope Podcast

OHL Stories with Pete Krupsky

He was the only voice the Plymouth Whalers franchise ever knew and he was as consistent as the team's playoff appearances. In 25 years, the Whalers earned 23 straight playoff berths, missing only in their inaugural and final seasons. Along the way, play-by-play and media relations pro, Pete Krupsky, called more than 1400 consecutive games. "Krupper" is a scientist-turned-sports broadcaster and he's one of the great characters the OHL has ever known. Working today with Hockey USA's National Team Development Program, Pete took some time to reminisce about a quarter century of hockey that started when the OHL decided to include teams south of the border.

Beyond the Bulletin Podcast

Episode 91 - Franklin Expedition, London Attack, Outstanding Performance

For the first time, the remains of a member of the ill-fated Franklin Expedition were identified through DNA, and with the help of one of his descendants. John Gregory was an engineer aboard HMS Erebus. Interview guest Douglas Stenton is an adjunct professor of anthropology at Waterloo and co-authored the paper about the discovery. Waterloo joins the country in mourning four members of a Muslim family who died in what police say was a targeted attack. Faculty members were honoured with the Outstanding Performance Award. And a new equity survey will allow Waterloo to monitor its progress in achieving strategic goals. Links in this episode: Wellness resources: uwaterloo.ca/campus-wellness/indigenous-student-resources HREI resources: uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/equity-office/resources-tools-get-support/get-support Reopening Ontario: www.ontario.ca/page/reopening-ontario Outstanding Performance: uwaterloo.ca/daily-bulletin/2021-06-04#2020-outstanding-performance-award-recipients-named Town Hall: ticketfi.com/event/4213/presidents-town-hall-meeting Equity Survey FAQs: uwaterloo.ca/human-rights-equity-inclusion/equity-survey

Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke

Thursday June 10th, 2021

Show Opening... But first (0:33); Vaccine Passports: Canadians show strong support for use in international travel, fewer willing to comply at home (20:29); Unions warn they 'will not be muted' as Premier Doug Ford invokes notwithstanding clause to limit their electoral spending (43:43); Ontario expands eligibility for accelerated second doses in hot spots (1:04:25); The Great Sea Project (1:26:23); Fifth-annual Belmont Village Bestival set to run all summer long in support of KW local businesses (1:46:51)