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Canadian True Crime

Kristi Lee | Canadian True Crime

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Join Kristi Lee - an Australian who moved to Canada over a decade ago, for an immersive deep dive into some of the country’s most thought-provoking true crime cases. Using facts curated from court documents, inquiry reports and news archives, Kristi carefully unravels each case—exposing pitfalls of the criminal justice system that all Canadians need to know about. At least two new episodes a month. Learn more at www.canadiantruecrime.ca. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform ...
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Follow Craig Baird as he explores the good, the bad and the weird of Canada's history from the pre-colonial era to 25 years ago. Whatever you want to know about Canadian history, this is your one-stop shop.
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Historian David Borys dives deep into the fascinating world of Canadian history in this bi-weekly podcast exploring everything from the wonderful to the weird to the downright dark. Get add free content at Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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If you want to learn English you've come to the right place. I'm Bob the Canadian and I make videos on Youtube (Just search for "Bob the Canadian" on Youtube!) as well as podcasts right here to help you learn English. Each week I teach a lesson and I host a question and answer session about the English language. During these sessions I will my best to answer as many questions as I can that you have about the English language!
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F1 True North - The Canadian F1 Podcast

The Canadian Formula 1 Podcast

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F1 True North is your Canadian Formula 1 fix! We're Canadian dudes obsessed with all things F1, bringing you the latest from the track with a dash of maple flavour. Join us weekly for race recaps, news, and a unique Canadian take on the world's fastest sport. Whether you're an F1 veteran or new to the grid, we're here for it - Canadian style.
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The Canadian Real Estate Show

Darryl Frankfort and TK Butler

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The Canadian Real Estate Show is about everything Real Estate and whatever else we end up talking about. We discuss Canadian real estate with a particular focus on the Greater Toronto Area. We regularly touch on topics like: -Toronto Real Estate -Canadian Real Estate -Real Estate Investing -Real Estate Development -The economy -The Government -Technology -"Conspiracy theories" A weekly deep dive into the current Canadian Real estate News.
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The Canadian Investor

Braden Dennis & Simon Belanger

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The Podcast For Canadian Investors. The podcast features in depth discussion around individual stocks and various investing strategies while incorporating the nuances of Canadian investment vehicles. Show hosts Braden Dennis and Simon Belanger bring both experience, fresh takes, well-researched information and entertainment to an investing podcast for Canadians.
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Canadian Taxpayers Podcast

Canadian Taxpayers Federation

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This podcast is for Canadians who want lower taxes, less waste and more accountable government. We go beyond the politics to push for policies that shrink tax bills. We break exclusive news stories about government waste that aren’t covered by the media. And we enforce accountability and transparency for politicians in every political party. Join the Canadian Taxpayers Federation at taxpayer.com.
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Canadian Asian Missional Podcast

Shu-Ling Lee / Bernard Tam / Xenia Chan / Jon Nip - Canadian Asian Pastors

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A monthly podcast discussing all things related to being Canadian and Asian and joining God in His mission to renew and restore all things in this world through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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This podcast is for and about soldiers of the Canadian Army. Its primary goal is to provide them with useful information through thoughtful and open discussions that reflect their mutual interests and concerns. Though soldiers are our primary audience, the topics covered on this podcast should be relevant to anyone who supports our soldiers or who has an interest in Canadian military matters.
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Luke Caldwell, Michael Pituley and Darryl Fitzgerald host a show talking about all things Lawn Bowls. From International play right to the grassroots in Canada as well as Coaching tips, Interviews and lots more! Whether you are just discovering the sport, love bowls or just love talking sports, in general, this is the place for you!
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Welcome to the Canadian Skiing Podcast with 2x Olympian and National Ski Team alumni Jesse Cockney. This show will explore Canada’s cross-country skiing landscape and deliver insights from the characters that make it the vibrant community it is. We’ll be interviewing athletes, coaches, techs, officials, volunteers and supporters of cross-country skiing from coast to coast to coast.
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Canadian Union Podcast for Employees'

Scott Cush - City of Calgary Employee/CUPE 37 Past Executive

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A podcast mostly about CUPE Local 37 members information. A Calgary Local representing Outside workers for the City of Calgary. We will also talk about Provincial, National, Labour Congress, and other union topics.
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Using her expertise as a seasoned literature professor, Linda M. Morra develops provocative, timely insights about books from Canada and elsewhere to show why stories are relevant for all of us. Hosted and written by Linda Morra, produced by Linda Morra and Marco Timpano. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Canadian Love Map

Charm Diamond Centres

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Charm Diamond Centres proudly presents The Canadian Love Map. This podcast is on a mission to tell Canada’s love stories. Everyday stories of discovery, loss, curiosity, and love. Real people overcoming differences, distance, and doubt. Stories that are rich in character, colourful in setting, raw in honesty and inspiring in their complexity. Love isn’t a straight line. It’s complex. It’s a journey. And everyone needs a good love story. Join author, former news anchor, and lifelong storytell ...
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Unsolved Canadian Mysteries

Unsolved Canadian Mysteries

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Behind every feel-good Canadian story is another that is dark, twisted and mysterious. Come listen and learn about the stories that shook the nation -- or maybe didn't -- in our new podcast series, Unsolved Canadian Mysteries, with co-hosts Kenton de Jong and Dylan Fairman.
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Hi friends, we are Katie and Olivia! Podcast By Proxy is a Canadian True Crime Podcast hosted by former work besties who got new jobs but really missed working together. Every Tuesday, Katie and Olivia take turns telling a True Crime or History case in Canada in a conversational, banter style. Grab your nearest pillow to scream into and get ready to learn about the not so polite Canadians. If you are looking for your new true crime besties, you have found the right place! Follow @podcastbypr ...
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Episode 81 of The Canadian Bowler Show! Join us LIVE to discuss everything bowls! Big events are currently running and Canadian events are on the horizon. Let's talk about the current running of the Australian Open, IBD World Championships results, the announced team for the Four Nations event in Scotland and we have an interview with Giulia Gallo!…
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The Boyd Gang was a group of four men who found each other in prison, escaped, robbed banks, got arrested and escaped again. It is the story of amazing escapes, daring chases and, sadly, a murder or two. Artwork/logo design by Janet Cordahi Support: patreon.com/canadaehx Merch: https://www.ohcanadashop.com/collections/canadian-history-ehx Donate: b…
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Connor O'Neil and Wade Zanchetta are back with another CFL recap! After an exciting Week 2, the pair discuss the Ottawa opener, a trio of Guelph playmakers and the wild ending in Hamilton to close the week! Remember to subscribe, review and tell a friend to help us bring you even more Canadian football content!…
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FRIENDS AND ENEMIES Join us for some QUALITY Bitcoin and economics talk, with a Canadian focus, every Monday at 7 PM EST.From a couple of Canucks who like to talk about how Bitcoin will impact Canada. As always, none of the info is financial advice. Website: ⁠www.CanadianBitcoiners.com⁠Discord: https://discord.com/invite/YgPJVbGCZX A part of the CB…
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We're talking to Mélissa Baril about her expertise starting Nous Detroit. She'll also talk about her project Le Caribou à lunettes. Also we'll learn her history and little more about the Detroit French-Canadian scene, which we've discussed in the past. Thanks for listening!!!Le Caribou à lunettes - https://cariboualunettes.com/Le Caribou à lunettes…
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In this episode of The Canadian Investor Podcast, we start by talking about the best performing stocks on the TSX and look at some common themes. We also explore why trying to beat the S&P 500 might not be the best strategy for every investor. We also discuss some comments from Bruce Flatt, CEO of Brookfield, that adopting a long-term perspective i…
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#canadianrealestate #canada #realestate #toronto #vancouver #calgaryThe Canadian Real Estate ShowDarryl Frankfort from DealCore Properties and TK Butler from The Frank Leo and Associates discuss the Canadian Real Estate Market in depth from their own unique perspectives with a particular focus on The Toronto Real estate Market. Today we were lucky …
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Virtue Capitalists: The Rise and Fall of the Professional Class in the Anglophone World, 1870–2008 (Cambridge UP, 2023) explores the rise of the professional middle class across the Anglophone world from c. 1870 to 2008. With a focus on British settler colonies - Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States - Hannah Forsyth argues that the …
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The Trudeau government wants to ban the sale of new gas and diesel cars by 2035. Plus, the feds are giving multinational corporations tens of billions to build battery plants and there’s a new taxpayer scandal in Ottawa. All that and more in this week’s Taxpayer Podcast.Di Canadian Taxpayers Federation
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Part 2 of 2] The murder of 18-year-old Kimberly Proctor shocked her community and made national headlines. But as investigators soon discovered, there were many red flags and warning signs that weren’t taken seriously. Through this series, we utilize case files released by police as well as relevant studies, statistics and scholarly articles to exa…
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Join host, J. Richard Jones for a follow-up interview with Jonathan Burbee, Director of Business Development, Canada for Gordian. Gordian is the industry leader in Building IntelligenceTM Solutions that help organizations successfully budget, build and maintain capital-intensive assets. Jon’s experience as a public sector executive and leader has p…
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Julie tells her inspiring story of going through hell, and finding a way pull it all off, when there appears to be no options left. This story is honestly one that you need to listen to. It motivates, and inspires anyone to push through and find solutions. Top 5 interviews of the 320 released so far!Julie HoffmanStreet Smart DivaSong she references…
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Today's story belongs to Melanie Chambers, of London, Ontario. High school is tough for most, but harder when you have a bully. Melanie shares how she, years later, reached out to her high school bully for questions and received not only answers - but a new friend. She uncovers how meeting her bully years after high school impacted her, how she mov…
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June 24, 1992, Gladys Wakabayshi’s estranged husband, Shinji was called to pick up their daughter, Elisa. Gladys was 2 hours late and both Shinji and Elisa were concered. Shinji would discover her body in the hallway of their Shaughnessy home. -K&O Rate, Review and Subscribe on the platforms of your choice. Check us out on Instagram to join in the …
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In today's episode, we chat with National Ski Team athlete and University of New Hampshire graduate Jasmine Lyons. Pursuing an education while competing in high-performance sports isn't easy, but it is possible as we learn from Jasmine. Nordiq Canada is the governing body of Para nordic and cross-country skiing in Canada, which is the nation’s opti…
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It’s no secret that science drives innovation, and the same is true in warfare. Jean-François Morel is the Director General of R&D Science and Engineering at Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC). It’s a big title but a fitting one, because there’s a whole lot of research happening, and he’s the person keeping it all moving. Listen in to f…
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In this episode of F1 True North, we’re diving into the excitement of the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal! Join us as we recap all the action from this past weekend’s race that had us all on the edge of our seats. Max Verstappen had to fight hard for his win, showing why he’s a champion by overcoming several challenges and securing another victory …
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Submit your comments or questions via text message (Evan CANNOT reply to your text but your question could be featured in a future episode) In this episode of the Canadian Money Roadmap Podcast, host Evan Neufeld shares his personal journey to becoming a certified financial planner at an independent investment firm in Canada. Evan discusses his edu…
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When the British government declared war on Germany in August of 1914, no one in Canada (who was automatically thrust into the conflict by Britain’s declaration) ever could have predicted the incredible contribution the country would make in manpower, material and money. By the end of that war 650,000 Canadian soldiers were in unform and Canada had…
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Most of us come out of training and have no idea on how to balance a busy clinical practice, academic interests, and most importantly, our home and personal lives. Mr. Adi Kumar is trying to change that. Mr. Kumar is a consultant neurosurgeon in the UK and has written a book called Work Less, Live More: The Doctor’s Guide for Time Freedom. We caugh…
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Let me know your thoughts on this Episode! Cheryl was a former Catholic high school teacher for 19 years. She raised concerns about DEI material that she felt was radical in a Union meeting she thought was confidential. She was deemed a racist and a colleague that knew of her pseudonym online reported her. Her online presence had nothing to do with…
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How can the people of God inhabit our cities - in workplaces, commutes & classrooms in a way that’s coloured by the hope of God’s kingdom breaking in? This week Tyler Staton and Pete Hughes join us on the podcast in a conversation that was originally a part of one of our Emerging Leaders Lab cohort sessions. Tyler and Pete share about: Finding Rhyt…
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In this free English lesson I will test your knowledge about English sports vocabulary. Are you familiar with all the words and phrases about sports? Playing and watching sports are very popular things to do so learning English words and phrases to have conversations about sports is like a great idea! It's also a very common topic for small talk! I…
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At the recent cross country World Cup in Nové Město, Isabella Holmgren had her one shot to qualify for the Olympics. Her brother Gunnar also had to do well if he wanted to get the single spot Canada has for the men’s XC race in Paris. Isabella won the under-23 women’s XCO event, finishing 2:05 ahead of the second-place rider. Almost 24 hours later,…
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Episode 196 This week, Micheal is alone & up to no good. Luckily, he has a guest. He is joined by Taco from the Breakfasttacos YouTube channel. They first met on Clubhouse some time back. They have a great time discussing the absolute silliness that is Christian presuppositional apologetics. Be sure to check out the links below & make sure you subs…
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Episode 101 - To Be Or Not To Be (In A Denomination) Being a part of a denomination connects us with a rich history and tradition, as well as provide us with needed support and oversight. At the same time, there can arise difficulties in how we interact and associate with one another amidst theological and philosophical differences. Join us for our…
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"They can't fight if they don't eat." That was the motto of the Farmerettes, the thousands of young women who took the place of male farmers and farmhands who had gone off to fight in the Second World War. While much has been written about the crucial role women played in factories during the war: building tanks, planes, munitions, and weapons of a…
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Lifestyle Design is not only about finances, but also about experiencing a life of freedom by trying to mitigate the unavoidable stresses in our lives. Teachers who are part of the "sandwich generation" are often handling the responsibilities of their children and aging parents. In this episode, Anuja tells about the ways in which she is working wi…
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🎙️ Episode 240: Prepper Home Security - Fortifying Your Sanctuary 🏠🔒 In Episode 240 of the Canadian Prepper Podcast, we delve into the crucial topic of home security for preppers. Join us as we explore various strategies and measures to fortify your home and ensure the safety and security of your loved ones during times of uncertainty. 🔍 Key Discus…
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Indigenous mothers, Indigenous children, Indigenous parents – Willie Poll sees you – and she wants you to know that you’re enough. In this episode of Getting Lit With Linda, Willie Poll (Metis Nation of Ontario) discusses with Linda why she wrote this children’s book, titled My Little Ogichidaa, and the source of inspiration for its creation – in l…
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It's not often that you get to have a former Canadian Tier 1 operator on your show, let alone talk to one. But on this episode, we get the pleasure of doing just that! Randy Turner comes on to the MCS Podcast to talk about his Ottawa based training company "Direct Action Combat", as well as talk about his philosophy when it comes to training and be…
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Despite being on record as saying that international students undergo a criminal background check, Minister Miller is claiming that he did not say that. The media & CPC have failed to hold him to account for this. *** Independent voices are more important than ever in today’s Canada. I am happy to add my voice to the public discussions on current i…
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