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The Boston Bruins host their Original 6 rivals, the Montreal Canadiens at the TD Garden.
Following the game, CLNS Radio will go live with its Bruins Postgame Show. Jeff Kane and Kevin Maggiore will break this one down as the Bruins try to defeat their division rival.
As always, the Bruins Post Game Show is built for and controlled by our callers. The studio is equipped with 150 call lines, so you will never get a busy signal.
Call into the studio: 347-215-7771 (press 1 to speak to the host)
Mike Knoxxx has taken time away from perfect Plex talk radio to branch out. Taking this show on the road, way on the road to the UK as we bring you Smack Talk Centre wrestling talk each week join the founders of smack talk Centre Jamie Maverick Shields, Michael Grant & Big Jazz Kumar Talking wrestling the UK way
Comrades, Lovers, Friends and Kin;
Hard times call for healing vibrations, reinvention and resilience. Welcome to Republic of Love: art, cultural resistance and sacred mysticism.
On the airwaves from Toronto - Huron-Wendat, 6 Nations, 3 Fires Territory or, "the City of Living Corpses" as Emma Goldman liked to say.
We're live on-air monthly on the new moon with reviews, panels, readings and music centred on radical culture and prophecy from here at home, and around the planet.
Tune into episode #4, on Saturday, November 22nd at 8pm. Broadcasting live, just up the street from Lake Ontario. This month, we’re highlighting our home in public spaces, their lost memories and their chosen futures. Don’t let that cold breeze blow through your hope, your imagination. Keep on visioning how we can be with each other outside, inside, and inside out. Tune in for:
- a conversation with elder architect, Douglas Cardinal (German, Blackfoot) on Algonquin governance in the Capital Region, and his vision for an Indigenous Healing Centre on the islands of the Ottawa River
- an audio tour with the Department of Public Memory to 4 of their signs across Toronto, commemorating the living memory of public services under threat or dissolved
- from the Archive: a 1971 interview with interstellar music royalty, Sun Ra on the doom of planet Earth, the massive scale of the Multiverse, and the rights of angels and other non-human beings from other parts of the Cosmos
- readings from Penny Rosenwasser and music from Amai Kuda and Y Josephine, the Coleman Barks Trio and more
Join Dr. Mariama Williams and Ann McNeill with the International Mastermind Association (#IMA) by calling 661.554.9219 every Saturday morning at 8 AM EST as we walk through Napoleon Hill's best-selling book, Think and Grow Rich.
Mariama Williams, Ph. D. is a certified Vedic Master with the Chopra Center for Wellbeing and the Chopra Centre University, Carlsbad, California (since 2008). Mariama was certified by Drs. Deepak Chopra and David Simon as a Primordial Sound Meditation Instructor (2001), a Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga Instructor and a Perfect Health Instructor (2008).. Mariama is also a certified Bikram Yoga College of India Instructor. Over the last ten years she has traveled to China, India, Europe and the Caribbean teaching and experiencing meditation, yoga and multiple mind body techniques. Dr. Williams also teaches yoga and meditation in Jamaica, West Palm Beach, Florida and Switzerland
Dr. Williams is a researcher and policy analysis working with developing countries in Geneva, Switzerland, and is a director of the Institute of Law and Economics, Jamaica. Dr. Williams is the author of Trading Stories: Experiences with Gender and Trade (co-edited with Marilyn Carr, 2010), co-author, Gender and Trade Action Guide: A Training Resource (2007). She is currently working on gender issues and the empowerment of women.
During this Masterminding at it's finest - REAL TIME DISCUSSION, we invite you to read along, comment, discuss the benefits, and share your ideas on the Accountability.
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Cheryl Rankin started Fit For Business, a business-consulting and training company to help small businesses that are stuck grow to the next level with a limited budget.
As a trainer, Cheryl has presented at national and international conferences on sales and marketing topics. As a general manager in charge of turning around the sales and revenue of a downtown facility in Boston, she doubled the profit of the Wellbridge Health & Fitness Centre. She also led the team that increased the fitness membership from 200 to 3,000 in five years of the RA Centre, Ottawa.
Fit For Business currently serves clients in numerous industries including: accountants, computer repairs, clothing design, manufacturing, human resources, personal training and specialty fitness programs.
Hire Cheryl for an interactive session that will re-energize your participants and give them ideas and strategies that they can implement on their action plan to success.
Fit For Business can help businesses get started and/or make the leap to the next level.
Tabor, Peabody, Goessel, Centre, Marion, Hillsboro...ALL sports, ALL the time!
This week Mark chats with his Florida based friend D Reed Smith. Reed is part of the amazing team at The Gulf Breeze Recovery Center. The Centre helps people recover from addiction issues using the 3 Principles psychology solely.
Soul healing Miracles RadioBlog Shows with master Peter Hudoba Spiritual teacher from Vancouver BC Canada
Master Peter Hudoba is first Disciple and Worldwide Representative of Master Sha.
He has dedicated his life to supporting Master Sha and the Divine mission, serving in any way the Divine chooses for him.
Master Peter’s professional background is in university education as a highly successful teacher and researcher.
As a Worldwide Representative of Master Sha and a Divine servant, vehicle and channel, Master Peter travels worldwide to teach and offer soul healing and enlightenment.
Master Peter’s desire is to teach anyone to heal oneself and others and to help people to reach enlightenment.
His book My Soul Enlightenment Journey with Master Sha, can be a model for transformation for any spiritual being.
Master Peter is a lineage holder of one of oldest Daoist traditions in the world and leads special classes to most dedicated students of Dao.
He resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he offers public lectures and personal consultations.
Master Peter’s Connections:
Master Sha's Soul Healing Centre Vancouver
Pastor Laurie Richards together with her husband Dwight Richards co-founded Dayspring Christian Church (DCC) in 2008. She received a Ministerial Diploma from Eastern Pentecostal Bible College in 1989 and was ordained with The Evangelical Christian Church In Canada (ECCC) in 2006.
Her pastoral journey encompasses a variety of experiences such as; ministering at Malvern Christian Assembly (Children), Grace Korean Church (Youth), and at Islington Evangel Centre (Youth/Church Ministry).
Her passion is in the area of restoring wholeness in Christ. She has served as a leader in the Living Waters and Celebrate Recovery programs and in 2004 she co-founded Walking In Wholeness Ministries; a healing prayer ministry.
Laurie longs to walk in truth and authenticity and wants to encourage others to do the same.
She loves her wonderful husband and three amazing children who help her to “keep it real”.
On today's episode of Getting Social with Miriam, Dr. Manon Bolliger will be interviewed. Dr. Manon Bolliger promotes patient consciousness in the healing process as an author, radio host, naturopathic doctor, founder of Bowen College and director of Cornerstone Health Centre. She has served as department head at the Boucher College of Naturopathic Medicine since 2004. Over the past two decades, Dr. Bolliger has treated thousands of patients and taught many professional medical health care providers. Beyond trauma and pain relief, her diversified experience guides individuals through a healing process, which is both empowering and nurturing; highlighting the importance of truly “listening” in the doctor-patient relationship. She resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with her family.
The BS Show has Peter Martell to discuss Fight First. Then we have Kru Bryan Jones Jr. to talk about the stand up game. Then the boys wrap the show up with Scott Maclean.
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STEVE MORNINGCHILD, Keeper of Bigfoot's Pipe.
Omikwoneeo Awasis a/k/a STEVE MORNINGCHILD: "Greetings from the neeheeyawuk [cree] in the fictional province of Saskatchewan in the fictional country of Canada"
I deeply comment from the bottom of my heart on you`re endeaver to get your land back.We still have our ( TRIBAL CUSTOM and USAGE ) here. With the CREATOR,GREAT SPIRITS blessings we will succeed, with our ceremonies which we still do we will keep you in our prayers. The foundations to international law are, overseas its the palladium of troy treaty, noahs ark treaty and the seal of Solomon treaty, in the north and south Americas, its the WAMPUM BELT TREATY,CANES of AUTHORITY treaty and THE PEACE PIPE treaty, the peace pipe treaty is where we reside in. with that my brothers and sisters as we are all the CREATOR,GREAT SPIRITS children, be it be black white yellow and red ahow eekusi thank you I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org my real name is omikwoneeo awasis or (winged child)
There's a lot of folklore and stories about the round dance of the Plains Cree. Also called the tea dance and braid bundle dance, the question is whether it is a fairly modern part of Aboriginal celebrations or as ancient as time itself.
The first known round dances took place in a long lodge called nanapawnikamovikamik, or "night singing tipi," as part of small tribal camp gatherings.
The braids of deceased relatives, kept in sacred bundles, were central to the meaning of the round dance ceremonies, which also included pipe, food and cloth offerings for the spirits of the dead.
Special honor songs were sung and prayers offered as the drums were passed through the sweetgrass smoke. A young sappling was set up in the centre of the lodge to be hung with cloth offerings, and a large stone is placed at its base.