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A weekly wrap of the “must-know” developments in Marketing, Media, Agency and Technology for leaders and emerging leaders in the industry. Veteran industry journalist and Mi3 Executive Editor Paul McIntyre talks each week with guest marketers who are in the know on what matters at the nexus of marketing, agencies, media and technology. Powered mostly by Human Intelligence (HI).
 
We’re an independent, online news magazine from B.C. founded in 2003. We’re devoted to fact-driven stories, reporting and analysis that informs and enlivens our democratic conversation. This podcast features our stories, read by AI narration. Our reporting has changed laws, started movements and garnered numerous awards. While some journalism gives the last word to power, we try to give the last word to ordinary folks. We are reader-supported so if you like what you hear, you can go to https ...
 
Are you leading important client relationships and also on the hook for growing them? The growth part can seem mysterious, but it doesn’t have to be! Business development expert Mo Bunnell will take you inside the minds of some of the most interesting thought leaders in the world, applying their insights to growth skills. You’ll learn proven processes to implement modern techniques. You’ll learn how to measure their impact. And, everything will be based in authenticity, always having the cli ...
 
The past, present, and future of the United States are full of promise. A promise sustained by the efforts of brave individuals and organizations who champion the pursuit of technology, improving the human condition, free markets, and a belief in who we are. We are losing the fact that we are a nation of dreamers, a catapult for those who have the heart to dare, a place that rewards ingenuity and innovation. This country, more than any other, succeeded by making possible the release of the h ...
 
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Alle zwei Wochen sprechen Marijan und Martin über Themen aus der Welt von Microsoft. Natürlich wird auch über den Tellerrand zu Google, Apple und anderen interessanten technologischen Neuerungen geblickt. Sei live auf Mixer auf Twitch unter twitch.com/onecastde oder YouTube auf dem Channel von Dr. Windows dabei und stelle deine Fragen – oder twittere einfach auf Twitter mit dem Hashtag #OneCastDE.
 
At Organixx our mission is simple: "Supporting you in being the healthiest YOU possible." Subscribe to hear cutting edge natural health topics. Let natural health leaders share their knowledge and empower you to live a healthier life. We're dedicated to supporting you because we've all experienced pain, suffering, and the struggle of our own bodies, or a loved one not being the healthiest they can be.
 
Take Sunday with you wherever you go. Put it on your iPod, burn it to a CD, whatever. Get Sunday's sermon every week from First Church of God in St. Joseph, MI or come visit us! Service times are 9am, 10am and 11:15am. Our address is 2627 Niles Ave., St. Joseph, MI 49085. We look forward to seeing you!
 
Audio recording of the weekly 8am Sunday services of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, a member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod in Watertown, WI. Weekly services include Saturdays at 6pm, and Sundays at 8am and 10:30am, Wednesday services during Lent and Advent, and special church holiday services throughout the year. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church is located at 1611 E. Main St., Watertown, WI, 53098
 
Bienvenue sur la chaîne de podcasts du plus grand festival d'humour francophone en Europe. Écoutez les passages des humoristes sur scène et plongez dans l'ambiance exceptionnelle du #MontreuxComedyFestival. Dans une atmosphère plus intimiste, découvrez les épisodes #YellowMic où chaque invité se confie sur le travail de création d'un de ses sketchs. Suivez toutes nos actualités sur YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, Snapchat, et sur notre site web. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acas ...
 
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In his law society hearing Wednesday, Alberta Justice Minister Tyler Shandro appeared to seriously breach the personal privacy of a witness. It was unnoticed by members of the tribunal and Shandro’s lawyer. Tyee reporter Charles Rusnell caught it.Charles Rusnell is an independent investigative reporter based in Edmonton.Published on Thursday, Jan. …
 
In this replay episode of Real Relationships Real Revenue, Kelley O’Hara, one of the top athletes on the planet, reveals her secrets of focusing on what she can control to perform at a world-class level. I apply Kelley’s principles to developing relationships and growing a book of business. Topics We Cover in This Episode: How to have a learning mi…
 
Attention measurement has captured much of the ad industry’s focus in the past two years just as the out-of-home industry body, OMA, was well into its roadmap to apply a “Neuro Impact Factor” to thousands of individual digital and static screens. Neuro-Insight, the firm behind the measurement system, has among the most robust, academically peer-rev…
 
Et cette semaine, faites du bruit (où que vous soyez) pour Paul Mirabel ! Et pour ne pas manquer les prochains épisodes de Montreux Comedy Edition Audio, abonnez-vous sur vos plateformes de podcasts préférées ! Suivez-nous partout ! - YouTube : bit.ly/YoutubeMCF - Facebook : bit.ly/FacebookMCF - Instagram : bit.ly/InstagramMCF - Twitter : bit.ly/Tw…
 
Find this episode on the web at https://martymcgui.re/2023/01/20/this-week-in-the-indieweb-audio-edition--january-14th---20th-2023/. 2023 event planning, new community members, and free image banners. It’s the audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for January 14th - 20th, 2023. You can find all of my audio editions and subscribe with your fav…
 
In this episode of The Optimistic American, Paul Johnson sits down with Former NATO commander General Wesley Clark to discuss what we can do as Americans to have better conversations with one another. They break down what the Civility Leadership Institute is all about, the role of the US in keeping world peace, and how strengthening public accounta…
 
There’s a lack of public awareness about long COVID. But it has lasting consequences. Writes Sophie Harrison: “I felt like I was in free fall, reaching for something to slow my descent, but with my hands grasping at thin air.”Sophie Harrison is a youth climate organizer turned law student.Published on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/Anal…
 
Coastal GasLink once again owes more than $200,000 for its ongoing erosion and sediment-control issues that have plagued pipeline construction almost since the start of the project. Amanda Follett Hosgood reports.Amanda Follett Hosgood is The Tyee’s northern B.C. reporter. She lives in Wet’suwet’en territory. Published on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023.ht…
 
While British Columbians rang in the New Year, the province quietly increased the minimum piece rate wage for farm workers by a pitiful 2.8%. Meanwhile the cost of living has increased by 11.5%. Experts report.Anelyse Weiler is an assistant professor at the University of Victoria’s department of sociology. Labour economist David Fairey is co-chair …
 
Canadians everywhere are in shock when they see this documentary disproving our “good cop” facade. Dorothy Woodend interviewed director Elaine Brière on “Haiti Betrayed.”Dorothy Woodend is the culture editor for The Tyee.Published on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/Culture/2023/01/26/Haiti-Collapse-Canada-Shame/…
 
One long-term care resident fell and bumped her head twice. She died three weeks later. Two of her children say her death was a result of Simon Fraser Lodge negligence, but their pursuit of accountability is limited by wrongful death laws. Moira Wyton reports.Moira Wyton is The Tyee’s health reporter. Follow her @moirawyton or reach her by email. T…
 
Eighteen U.S. states passed legislation banning trans girls and women from women’s sports. And in 2021, at least 145 bills want to ban trans people from teams and bathrooms that match their gender. Where is Canada headed for trans rights in sports?By Katie Hyslop who is a reporter for The Tyee.Link to the story, published Jan 25, 2023:https://thety…
 
“There’s been a lot of scrutiny on the operator… but I’m taking a leap of faith.” A $720,000 grant has been approved for the renovation of a notorious SRO building in Chinatown.By Jen St. Denis who is a reporter with The Tyee covering civic issues. Find her on Twitter @JenStDen.Link to the story published on Jan 25, 2023:https://thetyee.ca/News/202…
 
An Indigenous mother whose two eldest children were removed from her custody after her medical records were examined is challenging B.C.‘s child welfare legislation due to what she says is discrimination against parents with mental health challenges.Moira Wyton reports. Moira is The Tyee's health reporter.Published Monday, January 23, 2023.https://…
 
With a dubious resume, Robert L. Perkins created an entire industry that targeted police services peddling bogus degrees, useless credentials and potentially harmful PTSD training. Charles Rusnell writes. Charles is an independent investigative reporter based in Edmonton.Published Monday, January 23, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/23/Training…
 
Celebrate a decade of local storytelling! TELUS STORYHIVE will fund 80 short docs with $20,000 this year. Learn more here.By Telus Storyhive. This article is part of a Tyee Presents initiative. Tyee Presents is the special sponsored content section within The Tyee where we highlight contests, events and other initiatives that are either put on by u…
 
On Dec. 14, the elevator on “Crane 8” was broken.The colleagues of Dan Alder, the man who died at the top of the 56-metre-tall crane, believe it might’ve been the difference between life and death. Zak Vescera reports. Zak is The Tyee's labour reporter.Published Monday, January 23, 2023. https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/23/Death-In-The-Sky-Deltaport…
 
The Tyee apologizes to the United Food and Commercial Workers Canada and its president Paul Meinema.David Beers writes. David is The Tyee's chief editor.Published Monday, January 23, 2023. https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/23/Apology-To-United-Food-Workers-And-Commerical-Workers-Canada/بقلم The Tyee
 
A new ruling says the province only needs to update the public on shorter-term targets. Advocates say that’s not enough.Written by Michelle Gamage a Vancouver-based journalist with an environmental focus who regularly reports on climate for The Tyee. You can find her on Twitter @Michelle_Gamage.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/20/Sierra-Club-BC-Lose…
 
Kwakiutl Hereditary Chiefs issued a cease-and-desist order on old-growth logging in their territory. It continued anyway.Written by Zoë Yunker a Victoria-based journalist writing about energy and environmental politics. Follow her on Twitter @zoeyunker.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/20/Clear-Cut-Old-Growth-Kwakiutl-Territory/…
 
Councillors said they had problems with how the drug user group handled a previous city contract.Written by Jen St. Denis is a reporter with The Tyee covering civic issues. Find her on Twitter @JenStDen.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/20/Donors-Step-Up-Vancouver-Council-Axes-Funding-VANDU-Art-Program/…
 
The real subject of the new documentary about two men who’ve shaped American journalism and literature is less about the curious relationship between writers and editors and more about the joy of intelligence itself.See it at VIFF Centre on Jan. 20. Dorothy Woodend reviews. Dorothy is The Tyee's culture editor.Published Thursday, January 19, 2023.h…
 
Bitcoin brought jobs to B.C. towns — but not enough to replace the forestry void.That’s not why, however, B.C. is hitting pause on crypto in its towns. Amanda Follett Hosgood reports. Amanda is The Tyee's northern B.C. reporter.Published Thursday, January 19, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/19/Why-BC-Putting-Brakes-Bitcoin/…
 
The only thing left to figure out is political will, economic investment and public acceptance. Michelle Gamage sat down with author and reporter Bob McDonald on his new book, “The Future is Now.”Michelle Gamage is a Vancouver-based journalist with an environmental focus who regularly reports on climate for The Tyee. You can find her on Twitter @Mi…
 
“Spray paint, more than anything, has brought me closer to my culture.” Alex Taylor-McCallum is a Kwakwakaʼwakw and Nuu–chah–nulth artist working to create more Indigenous representation in Victoria’s art scene.By Eden DaSilva who is a freelance journalist from Victoria, B.C., and a graduate of the University of Victoria writing program.Link to the…
 
“It is hard for many British Columbians who live in cities to grasp the size of the province they live in, let alone just how much of its natural endowment is gone.” Mill closures mean we’re running out of trees. Ben Parfitt writes.By Ben Parfitt who is a resource policy analyst for the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives B.C. office.Link to th…
 
Three ideas to improve public health by reducing alcohol consumption.By Rita Koutsodimos who is the executive director of the BC Alliance for Healthy Living.Link to the story, published on Jan. 17, 2023:https://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2023/01/17/Taking-New-Drinking-Guidelines-Seriously/بقلم The Tyee
 
by Magdalena Puniewska • Despite the desire for local and sustainable seafood, oyster farmers and communities from New York to Rhode Island are clashing over public access and ocean views. The original story, along with photos, can be found on hakaimagazine.com.بقلم Hakai Magazine
 
In this episode of Real Relationships Real Revenue, I sat down with Mohamed Massaquoi. He is passionate about helping high-performing teams achieve more and he is here today to talk about what we can do to grow our book of business, relationship ecosystems, and career. In this episode, we cover getting help to get better at your work, how he measur…
 
A 1981 tragedy saw four carpenters fall to their deaths from 100 metres up after the platform that held them collapsed.Workplace safety was revolutionized. It still isn’t enough. Zak Vescera reports. Zak is The Tyee's labour reporter.Published Tuesday, January 17, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/17/Construction-Disaster-Changed-BC/…
 
For years, unreliable weather tracking stations have added a layer of uncertainty to sea travel and increased the need for private companies like water taxis to safely service hard-to-reach areas.Josh Kozelj reports. Josh is the inaugural Hummingbird fellow with The Tyee.Published Tuesday, January 17, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/17/Murky-F…
 
Procedures for resetting sprinklers, alarms and fire extinguishers were not followed in the three days before a 2022 fire at the Winters Hotel that killed two residents, according to a former building manager.Jen St. Denis reports. Jen is The Tyee's Downtown Eastside reporter.Published Monday, January 16, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/16/Que…
 
The Oil and Gas Commission found no non-compliances, it said.No one from the Crown corporation visited the site, it said.But putting Oil and Gas in charge environmental impacts puts the “fox in the henhouse,” said a Wet’suwet’en office co-ordinator.Amanda Follett Hosgood reports. Amanda is The Tyee's northern B.C. reporter.Published Monday, January…
 
Et cette semaine, faites du bruit (où que vous soyez) pour Nora Hamzawi ! Et pour ne pas manquer les prochains épisodes de Montreux Comedy Edition Audio, abonnez-vous sur vos plateformes de podcasts préférées ! Suivez-nous partout ! - YouTube : bit.ly/YoutubeMCF - Facebook : bit.ly/FacebookMCF - Instagram : bit.ly/InstagramMCF - Twitter : bit.ly/Tw…
 
Find this episode on the web at https://martymcgui.re/2023/01/14/this-week-in-the-indieweb-audio-edition--january-7th---13th-2023/. Webmention turns six, video vexations, and lovely little site updates. It’s the audio edition for This Week in the IndieWeb for January 7th - 13th, 2023. You can find all of my audio editions and subscribe with your fa…
 
Kílala Lelum staff say the stops could impact the quality of care for its clients.Written by Jen St. Denis a reporter with The Tyee covering civic issues. Find her on Twitter @JenStDen.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/13/Frequent-Police-Traffic-Stops-Employee/بقلم The Tyee
 
Experts say most Canadians don’t have to pursue an all-or-nothing approach to reap the benefits of drinking less.Written by Moira Wyton The Tyee’s health reporter. Follow her @moirawyton or reach her by email. This reporting beat is made possible by the Local Journalism Initiative.https://thetyee.ca/News/2023/01/13/Canada-New-Alcohol-Guidance-Damp-…
 
In her new “Nomad Century,” science journalist Gaia Vince argues we can move billions of people from the tropics to the high latitudes. Including Canada. Why that’s dangerously optimistic.Crawford Kilian is a contributing editor of The Tyee.Published Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/Culture/2023/01/12/Canadians-Could-Be-Climate-Migrants-T…
 
“It is traumatizing to witness someone dying. It’s not the last way you want to see or remember someone.” Content warning: This story contains graphic descriptions of fatal medical emergencies.Julie Chapman is a born-and-raised Vancouverite who now lives and works in the Downtown Eastside.Published Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/Opinion…
 
Seaspan argued its shipyards polluted with creosote ought to have a lower property tax value. Had the courts ruled in its favour, North Van’s tax base would’ve had to cough up a several-million-dollar chunk of change. Why it’s a win for both the district and the environment.Michelle Gamage is a Vancouver-based journalist with an environmental focus…
 
“I was considered a long-term HIV-AIDS survivor. That’s what I was categorized.” But then the Vancouver Tennis Association was born and a healthy — and inclusive — lifestyle for a healing Joe Crowell began. A special audio report.Josh Kozelj is the inaugural Hummingbird Fellow with The Tyee.Published on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023.https://thetyee.ca/Cu…
 
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