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Hey, there! We're Elle and Alexis and we are cousins separated by 2,328 miles across the US, and we've created this podcast to talk Zelda BOTW. Here, we give you tips, tricks, and maybe some secret spots that you don't know about. Tune in every Thursday at 4pm to hear us talk all about BOTW. Hopefully we will see you there, goodbye!
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Breaking down collegiate cross country and track & field with the USTFCCCA's Tyler Mayforth & Kyle Terwillegar.
Tune in as we chat with members of the cross country ski community in Nova Scotia.
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Hear about cross-country ski destinations – including ski trails, lodging, dining, and other winter activities available – with a representative of that particular Nordic ski area/ski resort and with comments from author/cross-country ski expert Jonathan Wiesel. More winter vacation/travel and cross-country skiing information is available at www.crosscountryskifun.com.
This week's segment is on holiday travel. Our guests are Frederic Dimanche and Barry Shecter. Dimanche is a director of hospitality and tourism management at Toronto Metropolitan University. Shecter is a travel commentator and expert with New Wave travel.
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Skyrocketing costs have been one of the top stories of 2022 for Canadians. And now the most expensive time of the year is here. How have you previously gotten through tough times during the holidays, and what solutions have you come up with this year?
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is well underway, with Canada’s men’s team making its first appearance in the tournament since 1986. Qatar, the host country, continues to face global scrutiny for its criminalization of homosexuality and treatment of migrant workers. Are you concerned about Qatar's human rights record?…
This week's segment is on the Emergencies Act inquiry, specifically Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's testimony. Michael Kempa answers your questions. He's an associate professor of criminology at the University of Ottawa.
This week's segment is on former U.S. President Donald Trump announcing his plans to run again in the 2024 election. Political commentator David Frum answers your questions.
A swell of COVID-19, flu and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) has Canada's hospital system overloaded with patients, specifically young people. What should be done about it?
Inflation and interest rate hikes are making wallets a lot lighter, and the debt is mounting for Canadians and their businesses. According to a report by Statistics Canada, Canadians now owe $1.82 for every dollar of disposable income they have. And in an effort to combat inflation, the Bank of Canada raised its benchmark interest rate in October b…
This week's Ask Me Anything is with comedian Ali Hassan. Hassan is a CBC host and author of the new memoir Is There Bacon in Heaven?. He'll be available to answer your question.
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Canada intends to significantly boost immigration over the next three years to secure its economic prosperity as industries stare down a large labour shortage. The plan also calls for more immigrants to be accepted based on their works skills.
This week's segment is with Michael Kempa on the inquiry into the federal government's use of the Emergencies Act. The University of Ottawa associate professor of criminology answers your questions.
Dr. Fatima Kakkar joins us for this week's Ask Me Anything segment. She's an infectious diseases pediatrician who answers questions about COVID-19, the flu and RSV (respiratory syncytial virus).
There are many reasons why you might leave your job. You could be bored, not feeling challenged, or perhaps working for a company that no longer aligns with your values. If you quit your job, or are strongly considering it, what was the last straw?
As Canada's inflation rate continues to slow, the same cannot be said for food prices. Groceries bought at stores are increasing at a pace of 11.4 per cent. And as some economists predict, there's reason to believe food prices could continue to climb because of currency and seasonal reasons.
University of Waterloo International Relations assistant professor Alexander Lanoszka joined us on the show. He answered questions on the war in Ukraine, including the political fallout from the events of this week.
Hockey Canada's CEO and board resigned this week after a secret fund to deal with sexual assault allegations came to light. The news came as political and corporate pressure ramped up over the organization's handling of the situation. What needs to change in locker-rooms across Canada?
Dr. Susy Hota joins us this week. The infectious diseases physician will answer your questions on COVID-19, masking and vaccines.
Quirks & Quarks host Bob McDonald joins the show for Ask Me Anything to answer your questions about climate change, and what can be done.
Minimum wage is going up in some provinces across the country, but as people battle the rising cost of inflation, some advocates wonder if more needs to be done, and what impact this will have on businesses. Our question this week: Is the minimum wage enough to make ends meet where you live? What does it mean for your budget or your business?…
Blair Feltmate, Head of the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo, answers questions about how to renovate your home to withstand extreme weather.
As more businesses offer hybrid work options, questions about employee productivity are top of mind. That has some companies turning toward surveillance systems to monitor remote employees. What are your privacy rights while working remotely?
This week's Ask Me Anything segment is with Alexander Lanoszka. The University of Waterloo political science professor answers your questions on Ukraine.
Atlantic Canada is beginning to assess the damage and clean up after post-tropical storm Fiona swept through the region, washing away homes and knocking out power from intense, hurricane-strength winds and torrential rains.
This week's Ask Me Anything is with Ken Dryden. The Hockey Hall of Fame inductee and politician answers your questions.
Canadians are being asked to increase their tips when paying with debit and credit cards, according to industry analysts. From oil changes to take-out food, where do you stand on the issue of tipping?
Queen Elizabeth, Britain's longest-reigning monarch, died on Thursday. The Queen had 22 royal tours of Canada, more than any other Commonwealth country. How do you feel about King Charles III, Canada's new head of state?
The Conservative Party of Canada will decide its next leader in a matter of days. The decision will affect that party's fortunes in the next election, but also potentially politics as a whole in this country for years to come.
This week's Ask Me Anything segment is with astrophysicist Jesse Rogerson. He answers questions on NASA's "mega moon rocket" Artemis and the space agency having to call off its second launch attempt.
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This week's Ask Me Anything segment features workplace mental health expert Paula Allen and employment lawyer Rich Appiah. They answer questions on negotiating work-from-home with your employer.
The pandemic is not over, but it might have felt like it for a lot of Canadians this summer. Restrictions on gathering limits, masking, and proof of vaccination were removed by most provinces in the spring.
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With school just around the corner, and finances tight for many families, parenting expert Alyson Schafer answers listener questions about kids and money.
The labour shortage in Canada has been well-documented. It's historic – and across many sectors. Our question this week: Whether you are looking for work or whether you are hiring, how is the job market going for you?
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Career coach Sarah Vermunt answers listener questions about negotiating with bosses and asking for a raise.
It's been a summer of bad news stories for Canada's health-care system. Emergency rooms are temporarily closing due to a lack of staff, and there's a chronic lack of family doctors. Our question this week: Is Canada's health-care system in crisis? How is it affecting you?
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Dr. Lisa Barrett, an infectious diseases specialist at Dalhousie University, answers your questions about monkeypox.
Millions of Canadians are struggling this summer as the price of just about everything rises. Our question this week: How has inflation changed your plans? What can you no longer afford to do?
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Hockey Canada is under intense scrutiny over its handling of sexual assault allegations — and the outrage is rocking the sport to its foundation.Our question this week: What needs to change in Canada's hockey culture? What has your experience been with the sport?
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Pope Francis is coming to Canada as part of a week-long trip to advance reconciliation between the Roman Catholic Church and Indigenous communities.Our question this week: What does the Pope's visit mean to you? What do you want to hear him say?
In this week's Ask Me Anything segment, CBC senior meteorologist and science reporter Johanna Wagstaffe answers listener questions about the extreme summer heat.
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The country's chronic shortage of family doctors has left millions of Canadians without primary care.Our question this week: How hard is it to find a family doctor? Is the shortage affecting your health?
In this week's Ask Me Anything segment, Dr. Fatima Kakkar answers listener questions about the new COVID-19 vaccine for kids under five years old. She also answers questions about a fourth COVID shot.
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