Overheid – Canada – Nieuwe podcasts

  • Welcome to Adventures In Your Own Backyard, where Michelle and Harman - two millennial Edmontonians - take you on a journey to the depths of their hometown. Join us as we explore (the far corners of T&T), dine (mostly at Denny's), and interview folks around the city. Episodes are aired biweekly live in Edmonton on CJSR 88.5FM and released around the world on Anchor, Google Music, and Apple Podcasts.

  • The Union of the Unwanted is a collection of Alt-Media podcasts and creators that get together a couple times a month to talk about current events, banned topics, and other subversive ideas.

    The Core Hosts of The Union of the Unwanted are:
    Ricky: Ripple Effect Podcast: https://rvtheory6.podomatic.com/
    Charlie Robison: Macroaggresions: https://audioboom.com/channels/5020005
    Sam Tripoli: Tin Foil Hat Podcast: https://tinfoilhatpodcast.com/ | https://brokensimulation.com/
    Mike OBDM Pod: http://obdmpod.com/

  • The American Energy Alliance (AEA) is a not-for-profit organization that engages in grassroots public policy advocacy and debate concerning energy and environmental policies.

  • Derek and Toni (a husband and wife duo) talk about conspiracies, miracles, and banter with each other in the way only a husband and wife can. Are you a conspiracy theorist? Do you believe in miracles? Find out some interesting info brought to you without weird advertising or corporate interests. Just two regular people in an irregular world. Prepare to enter the consciousness.

  • โ€˜Seeing the full pictureโ€™ is a special podcast series about systems thinking for health systems strengthening from the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research. It was developed with the George Institute for Global Health.

    System thinking is described as a way of seeing; an approach towards problem-solving that considers problems in the context of the wider system and places an emphasis on the interdependencies across systems components, instead of focusing on individual components on their own. It is applied widely in different industries and holds significant value for strengthening health systems.

    There are five episodes in the series:
    Episode 1 โ€“ Alliance foundations in systems thinking: Why then, what now?
    Episode 2 โ€“ Background to systems thinking;
    Episode 3 โ€“ The science -and art - of systems thinking in health;
    Episode 4 โ€“ Low and middle-income country experiences in systems thinking;
    Episode 5 โ€“ Systems thinking: political and policy challenges.

    Each episode is approximately 45 minutes, to enable in-depth conversations around key topics.

    We hope this series will inspire you to consider the relevance of these approaches in your work, and that listeners will go on to be part of a new generation of practitioners and researchers advocating for the importance of systems thinking in strengthening health systems globally.

  • Join us as we discuss how our nation's veterans are faced with toxic exposure while defending the nation that put them in harms way, their path forward, and how you can help.
    #delayedresponse #delayedcasualties #thiswelldefend

  • Podsdale celebrates the City of Scottsdale's employees, highlights their stories and accomplishments, and keeps them up to date on the latest news from the city.

  • Explorez les récits de nos compatriotes canadiens - les Visages de la liberté - dont certains se sont portés volontaires pour défendre courageusement la liberté. Leurs visages racontent l’histoire et nous préservons leur héritage.

  • Le Partenaire est le balado de Retraite Québec qui aborde tout ce qui entoure la planification financière de la retraite, les régimes de retraite et l'Allocation famille. Nos animateurs recevront des invités pour vous faire découvrir comment Retraite Québec contribue à la sécurité financière des Québécoises et des Québécois et à l'évolution du système de retraite.

  • Ujima, Inc.: The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community serves as a national, culturally-specific services issue resource center to provide support to and be a voice for the Black Community in response to domestic, sexual and community violence. Ujima was founded in response to a need for an active approach to ending domestic, sexual and community violence in the Black community.

    The name Ujima was derived from the third principle of Kwanzaa, and means Collective Work and Responsibility. As an organization, we understand the need to mobilize and heal our communities from the inside out. We utilize this principle to empower service providers, policy makers, advocates and the community-at-large to address the unique challenges faced by the Black Community as it relates to violence across a broad spectrum.

  • A show dedicated to finding ways to live outside of centralized authority and speaking with folks that are already doing it. Co-hosts Matthew Struck & David Maxham.*Formerly WhyLibertarian https://linktr.ee/Matt_Archy

  • A real-world podcast with International Tactical Guru James Bremner, Founder of the C.T.O.A. Guests will include the Very Best of the Best in their respective fields, for one-on-one discussions about their experiences and issues facing the LEO, Military, and Security realms today.

  • Inside Public Procurement is a podcast dedicated to exploring the real stories and strategies of those working on the frontlines of the procurement process within state and local governments across North America.

    Each episode, we gather insights from passionate leaders in the field and take an unflinching look at how public procurement teams are innovating to meet the new and changing needs of their constituents, vendors, and stakeholders.
    Have an idea for an episode or want to come on as a guest? Email us at hello@gobonfire.com.

  • There is so much information about Canadian immigration on the internet but do you know what critical information is missing? It's the communities you can live in! Where you chose to live determines your quality of life this includes your mental & physical well-being. So with all the research into "how" to immigrate to Canada, how about we spend time learning about "where" you could live your best life? If you agree, this is the podcast for you! We will look at various communities across the Canadian Prairies & review their career opportunities, housing market, community services, education, recreation & their amenities. The essential information you will want to know when choosing where to live in our vast country.  We will also be delivering Canadian Immigration tips as well as career advice to give you even further insight.  If this sounds like something that sparks your interest then join Lindsay Rubeniuk as she takes you on a journey through the Canadian Prairies to help you discover the possible places to immigrate to!

  • The Cree Justice Podcast will focus on providing listeners with an opportunity to take a deep dive into all Cree and Indigenous Justice matters. It will do this through interviews with DOJCS staff in order to provide a better understanding about what our department does and how we are working towards creating a system of Justice that is in line with the values of community members. It will also feature prominent local, national, and international Indigenous leaders that have played an important role in Indigenous justice and the search for the recognition of our rights.

    The podcast will be both specific and broad, one day discussing specific programs in Eeyou Istchee and another day featuring Manley Begay about Indigenous Nation-Building.

  • Welcome to Inspect and Protect, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) official podcast all about food safety and plant and animal health.

    Every few weeks, we’ll bring you a new episode exploring the exciting, innovative work of our experts spread out across the country, and how it impacts you and your family. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode.

    Check out some of our other stories on Chronicle 360 to learn more about what we do and how we do it. It’s all at: https://inspection.gc.ca/Chronicle360

  • Canaries in the coal mine warns us of danger we are blind to. This podcast aims to illuminate the darkness for Canadians.

  • “Affaires publiques” est un balado sur les sujets reliés à la gestion de l’influence et de la réputation d’une organisation. Nous allons donc parler avec des spécialistes de communications publiques, de gestion de crise, de relations gouvernementales et de tous les autres sujets reliés aux affaires publiques.
    Il est développé par l’équipe de Public Stratégies et Conseils et animé par Victor Henriquez, fondateur de l’agence et expert dans le secteur.