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Weekly sermons by Reverend Sye Van Maanen, Riverbend Lutheran Church, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Pastor Sye is an engaging and compelling preacher, delivering sermons consistent with the Lutheran teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a member congregation of Lutheran Church Canada, we believe, teach and confess that Jesus Christ is true God and true man, that the Bible is the inspired, infallible, inerrant word of God and that the Book of Concord is an accurate formulation of our belie ...
 
A podcast hosted by mortgage broker, Marko Gelo. Born and raised in Calgary, then moved to Vancouver in 2011. Owner of dually licensed mortgage brokerage, Home Financing Solutions Inc. (a franchise of The Mortgage Centre). Mortgagenomics focuses on economics, real estate and feature segments on mortgage qualification strategies and policies. To make things a bit more interesting, Marko produces all the music tracks for the podcast. Songs are typically 1-3 minutes in duration, but may also fe ...
 
The Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast delivers current, relevant, and Canadian educational content for those who share our passion for disasters and their management. We believe that disasters are everyone's business, and that free and open access to education can drive the profession forward while improving preparedness for all Canadians. Listen as we interview leading experts in the field, review emerging and landmark publications, and debate important disaster issues. All th ...
 
Welcome to Calgary, the sunniest place in Canada. I'm Diane Planidin with eXp Realty. We have great communities, local businesses and the people are friendly. Our playground is the Rocky Mountains and the Vibe is Positive. We are so happy you found us! This show is about everything Calgary. We discuss lifestyle, community and homes. Calgarians love the great outdoors and making the most of life. If you are making a move to Calgary, buying your first home or have a lifestyle change, I can hel ...
 
Imagine going on a 10 game win streak at your next pre drink, or being a one flip flip-cupper. Subscribing to this podcast will give you this respect and glory at a house party or at Canada's Beer Pong Championship. Which University is best at beer pong? What college or university should you go to? ? How do you get a job after school? Weird ass news and coverage of the Canadian Beer Pong Championships. If none of this interests you, that's cool, or if you do like ONE of these things then thi ...
 
"Gerhard's West Canada" ist euer Wegweiser den Westen Canadas für euch zu entdecken. Einmal abseits der bekannten Touristenrouten zu reisen, das wäre doch große Klasse. Zumindest hin und wieder rechts oder links abzubiegen, wo andere geradeausfahren. Mit einer Reisebroschüre oder den Informationen aus dem Reisebüro hat man schon eine Grundidee, wo es "langgehen" soll. Aber da gibt es doch auf der Karte noch das und das, lohnt es sich dorthin zu fahren - es gibt doch sicherlich noch viel mehr ...
 
DJ AL V - Party crews, backyard parties and a genuine LOVE for all types of music were the ingredients that molded this young party-goer into a promoter, DJ, entertainer & club owner; DJ AL V was raised in Calgary Alberta, where he was determined to make his mark in the nightlife industry. His 16 years of DJ eperience across Canada has lead him into perfecting his mixing skills while entertaining any type of crowd. No matter what size the room is, or who is in the room, you can spot DJ AL V’ ...
 
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Trudeau faces calls to bring Afghan interpreters to Canada, BC’s 150th anniversary of Confederation is forgotten, and Alberta calls for pepper spray. Also, Carolyn Bennett’s former staff detail the sabotage she has done to Indigenous relations. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 1:07:23 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
Since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, non-essential travel between Canada and the U.S. has been shut down. But there are signs we could see a return to cross-border traffic by the end of the summer, with both Canada and the U.S. offering re-opening dates. National Post political reporter Anja Karadeglija joins Dave to discuss the plan for …
 
A draft of the anti-Alberta inquiry was leaked and didn't find what it thought it would. And Facebook is partnering up with The Globe and Mail and Jesse wants in. Writer Sandy Garossino co-hosts. Links: More on the leaked draft of the Allan Inquiry A photo of the "Wanted" Mark Zuckerberg posters can be found here This episode is supported by Dispat…
 
If you're about to secure a mortgage, here's something you might want to consider regardless of whether it's a purchase, refinance or renewal. Make the mortgage readvanceable. What does readvanceable mean? Firstly, a readvanceable mortgage starts out as a typical mortgage where a specific portion of your payment goes towards the interest charge and…
 
Ryerson University (aka X University) has a Journalism department in turmoil over student grievances. As similar reckonings sweep Canada's other J-Schools, Jesse sits down with departing Ryerson Prof Karyn Pugliese and former Undergraduate Director Lisa Taylor to discuss why they both left their posts. Then, reporter Cherise Seucharan talks to Ryer…
 
Reverend Sye Van Maanen Weekly sermons by Reverend Sye Van Maanen, Riverbend Lutheran Church, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Pastor Sye is an engaging and compelling preacher, delivering sermons consistent with the Lutheran teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a member congregation of Lutheran Church Canada, we believe, teach and confess that Je…
 
Working with an Accredited Buyers Representative will help you in making the right move when you are ready to buy a house to make your home. You can also Watch this episode on YouTube Additional tips are provided in this link to a Forbes article from 15 members of their Real Estate Council: 15 Types of Real Estate Agents Every Buyer and Seller Shou…
 
After a year delay, and mounting concern due to rising COVID cases, the Tokyo Olympics are upon us. Thousands of athletes, officials and media are descending on the city, and while everyone is hoping things go smoothly, not everyone is happy about the games going ahead. Postmedia national sports writer Scott Stinson, in Tokyo for the games, joins D…
 
The resignation of BC Civil Liberties Union's executive director sparks controversy on both mainstream and social media. And National Post might be successfully carving out its place in the Canadian podcast space. Maclean's contributing editor Andray Domise co-hosts. Links: BCCLA's statement re: Harsha Walia On the photojournalism re: Cuba's protes…
 
Coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada’s big cities will be facing a number of economic challenges, and two of the biggest in the west will be doing so with fresh leadership. Calgary and Edmonton will elect new mayors in the fall as Naheed Nenshi and Don Iveson bid farewell. The National Post’s Alberta correspondent Tyler Dawson walks us throu…
 
Travel Writer and Journalist, Marcello Di Cintio talks to Jesse about his one year journey around Canada, in search of the secret stories etched in the minds of Canadian taxi drivers. During that year, Marcello says he listened to incredible life tales of the men and women behind the wheels, hurling passengers around their cities, with no set desti…
 
Singh and O’Toole battle for BC’s votes, Alberta will vote on equalization and DST in the fall, and the Green Party goes through a civil war. Also, we detail the untold stories of the pandemic: overdoses, comorbidities and more. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 55:13 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
After the controversy-plagued tenure of Julie Payette, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Mary Simon will be Canada’s next Governor General. Our country’s first Indigenous vice-regal comes with an impressive diplomatic resume and extensive experience as a First Nations advocate. And it comes as Canada is reckoning with reconciliation. National…
 
The election hasn't even been called yet but our major parties' social media strategies already deserve some attention. And as more Canadians get vaccinated, how will COVID beats evolve? Freelance journalist Nora Loreto co-hosts. Links: Justin Trudeau's tweet on Cowessess First Nation & CNN op-ed Erin O'Toole's cowboy hat Jagmeet Singh's Tiktok & a…
 
Pornhub is a massive Canadian website that few talked about until the New York Times called it out for profiting from the exploitation of children and rape victims. Now government is rushing to regulate all online pornography. But the NY Times piece has its origins in an anti-porn crusade from an anti-gay, racist evangelic church. Sandra Wesley, ex…
 
Reverend Sye Van Maanen Weekly sermons by Reverend Sye Van Maanen, Riverbend Lutheran Church, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Pastor Sye is an engaging and compelling preacher, delivering sermons consistent with the Lutheran teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a member congregation of Lutheran Church Canada, we believe, teach and confess that Je…
 
Canada has its first Indigenous Governor General, pressure mounts from the US to open the border, and federal support for passenger rail lines is announced. Also, Erin O’Toole has lots of ideas to solve the equalization problem once and for all. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 57:10 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
This Calgary Living episode discusses Financing of your House and a few tools that are at your fingertips. Discuss your financial needs with your Mortgage broker and your Financial Planner for more details. Below are the websites mentioned in this episode. Link to the CMHC website: https://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/consumers/home-buying Link to the Ra…
 
Why are personal income tax documents required when qualifying for a mortgage? In most cases, personal income tax documents are required particularly when qualifying self employed applicants. But over the past few years, the Canadian mortgage underwriting standards have increasingly expanded upon its qualification criteria. As a result, the request…
 
Twitter conversations seem more interesting than the media's coverage on Canada's first Indigenous Governor-General. The Bay tries to empower BIPOC while stealing one's likeness without consent. And Canada's new "guiding principles" for diverse content online feel off to Jesse. Writer and lawyer Hadiya Roderique co-hosts. Links: Hadiya's essay that…
 
What happens when you get over an infection, but it never really goes away? For thousands, perhaps 10s of thousands, of people across Canada, recovering from COVID hasn’t actually meant recovering, but instead a long journey of potentially debilitating symptoms, with no end in sight for them. Vancouver Sun reporter Lori Culbert joins Dave to discus…
 
News stories are frequently updated, clarified or corrected online, after they've been published. But when there's no disclosure that a story has been changed, something's usually up. Producer/reporter Alex de Boer digs deep into one such case, when an article in Victoria News about a demonstration in support of the Wet'suwet'en protests originally…
 
Reverend Sye Van Maanen Weekly sermons by Reverend Sye Van Maanen, Riverbend Lutheran Church, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Pastor Sye is an engaging and compelling preacher, delivering sermons consistent with the Lutheran teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a member congregation of Lutheran Church Canada, we believe, teach and confess that Je…
 
Alberta’s Health Minister is persecuted by anti-lockdown protestors, Lytton BC burns to the ground a day after breaking Canada’s heat record, and dozens of churches and statues are burned down on Canada Day. Also, Chinese influence extends far in Canada. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 54:55 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
The media is fixated on whether to celebrate Canada Day as the Lower Kootenay First Nation announces the discovery of another 182 unmarked graves in BC. And after recording, Lytton BC began evacuation and we’re trying to understand what a heat dome is. Former Executive Director of APTN Karyn Pugliese co-hosts. Links: More on the announcement from L…
 
When Canada’s Olymians arrive in Tokyo later this month it won’t be the games that they, or anyone was expecting. While events are going forward, Japan is limiting who can come into the country, and of course there’s the whole concern lingering due to a global pandemic. Postmedia national sports writer Dan Barnes joins Dave to discuss how the pande…
 
If the banks say no, what is your Plan B? (and yes, there is also a Plan C) For most Canadians the end game to qualifying for a mortgage is landing with one of Canada's Prime lenders (also known as the Big 5 or 6). And along with that comes the satisfaction of defeating/fulfilling the sometimes (or more like, everytime) extraneous qualification gui…
 
An Alberta woman who admitted to fatally shooting her husband is now fighting to have her 18-year sentence for manslaughter reduced. In 2017, Helen Naslund admitted to shooting her abusive husband Miles in the head in 2011, and hiding his body with the help of one of their sons. Edmonton Journal reporter Jonny Wakefield joins me to discuss the even…
 
Episode 3 The Unsolved Murder of MaryAnn Plett. One of Edmonton, Alberta’s first female real estate agents. On the morning of Wednesday, Sept 15, 1971, 29 year old Mary Ann Plett, one of Edmonton, Alberta’s first female real estate agents left her office on Whyte Ave in Edmonton, Alberta to show an acreage just outside the city in nearby Looma, Alb…
 
As reports of Chinese government influence in Canadian media gain traction, South China Morning Post reporter Ian Young reveals an incredible tale from the past. Almost 20 years ago, the PRC's media company actually bought a Canadian newspaper. But all is not as it seemed, and media mogul Li Bolun may have had other plans besides propaganda. Sadly,…
 
Spectacular Executive residence built by Artistic Homes located in the exclusive Woodlands Estates. Classic yet functional design utilizes the square footage with abundant Updated living space and massive storage. The moment you arrive you will notice the professional landscaping, sophisticated finishes on the exterior with stone facade and rubber …
 
Reverend Sye Van Maanen Weekly sermons by Reverend Sye Van Maanen, Riverbend Lutheran Church, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Pastor Sye is an engaging and compelling preacher, delivering sermons consistent with the Lutheran teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As a member congregation of Lutheran Church Canada, we believe, teach and confess that Je…
 
The Liberals introduce a hate speech bill that won’t pass, take the House Speaker to court over incriminating documents, and use taxpayer money to fund their re-election. Also, the death of Canadian bilingualism foreshadows the next election. Hosts: Shane and Patrick Duration: 50:55 For detailed show notes visit westerncontext.ca.…
 
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