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Latest Episodes

Episode 53 – It Takes a Community: Aaron Paquette

It is the fourth edition of our special series: It Takes a Community,produced byHunterandJacquelynCardinal ofNaheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we hear from Aaron Paquette: artist, author, speaker and City of Edmonton Councillor for Ward 4. Aaron tells us about why you shouldn’t hide your talent in a drawer, the difference between challenges and trauma, and the magic power of words. Links: Find out more about Aaron Paquette. Follow him on Twitter. Find out more aboutNaheyawin. […]

62 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 53 – It Takes a Community: Aaron Paquette

Episode 52 – Someone Who Cares a Whole Awful Lot!

On this episode, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips checks out the Mercer Warehouse, and puts Gezim Hoxha on the spot for some cool trivia facts. Then, we meet Vegreville’s Own Lorax, Kevin Stewart. Kevin talks to us about photography, how he (sort-of) won the Nobel Peace Prize, and the fund he created to help protect the aspen park lands of Vegreville. Links: Find out more about the Vegreville Creek and Wetlands Fund. Curious about land conservation? Visit Edmonton and Area Land Trust Check out our Legacy in Action story about Kevin: Vegreville’s Own Lorax. Read Animal Casualties of the Underground War (Oct. […]

40 MINAUG 16
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Episode 52 – Someone Who Cares a Whole Awful Lot!

Episode 51 – It Takes a Community: Linda Duncan

It is the third edition of our special series: It Takes a Community, produced byHunterandJacquelynCardinal ofNaheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we hear from Linda Duncan , the long time Member of Parliament for Edmonton Strathcona. Linda tells us about growing up in ravines, her call to environmental law, and how important it is to reach out and engage with your political representatives, whoever they may be. Links: Find your Member of Parliament. Be heard: You […]

59 MINAUG 2
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Episode 51 – It Takes a Community: Linda Duncan

Episode 50 – Resilience

In this episode, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips shares a special story about one night at the historic Alberta Hotel. And we sit down with Rachelle Venne, CEO of the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women. She talks about why it’s important to recognize the obstacles faced by Indigenous Women in Alberta. Links: Check out our Vital Topic reports. Learn more about the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women. Read the final report from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: Reclaiming Power and Place. Grant Deadlines: Al Maurer Awards – Deadline is August 31st Charmaine […]

30 MINJUL 17
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Episode 50 – Resilience

Episode 49: It Takes a Community – Nasra Adem

We are excited to share the second installment of It Takes a Community— a special series produced byHunterandJacquelynCardinal ofNaheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we will hear from artist and community builder Nasra Adem about the support they receive from their mom, finding community on Tumblr, Black Girl Magic, and the joy they find in bringing talented people together. Links: Check out what Nasra Adem is working on. Find out more aboutNaheyawin. Check out our article […]

65 MINJUL 3
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Episode 49: It Takes a Community – Nasra Adem

Episode 48 – Doesn’t Queen Have a Song About That?

On this week’s show, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips finds out how Charles Daniels stood against injustice at the Sherman Grand Theatre. Then we talk to Meredith Mantooth about how You Can Ride 2 is making adaptive bikes available for kids. Links: Keep up with author and historian Cheryl Foggo. Learn more about You Can Ride 2 . Special shout outs to Popcycle where hosts Christian Zyp and Eric Newby dissect pop culture’s connective tissues, and to Pause where changemakers reflect on their journey through complex problems. The Well Endowed Podcast is produced byEdmonton Community Foundation. And is a proud, affiliate member […]

27 MINJUN 19
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Episode 48 – Doesn’t Queen Have a Song About That?

Episode 47: It Takes a Community – Paul Bellows

Welcome to the first installment of It Takes a Community — a special series produced by Hunter and Jacquelyn Cardinal of Naheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we will hear from musician and entrepreneur Paul Bellows about what he learned while performing a trumpet solo, the importance of being accepted by a community, how mentors like Ben Sures and Daniel Watson helped him grow, and the many things he has learned from his mom, dad and […]

58 MINJUN 4
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Episode 47: It Takes a Community – Paul Bellows

Episode 46 – 40 Years: A Conversation With Liz O’Neill

On this episode, we speak with the one and only Liz O’Neill, Executive Director of Boys and Girls Club Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton (BGCBigs). Liz tells us about how the fluke of a coin toss brought her to Edmonton, her greatest accomplishments over the past 40 years and what that means to the children and their families who use BGCBigs’ services. Links: Learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters Boys and Girls Clubs. See how organizations like BGCBigs have an important impact. Grants: ECF Community Grants – Deadline June 1, 2019 The Well Endowed Podcast is produced byEdmonton […]

33 MINMAY 16
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Episode 46 – 40 Years: A Conversation With Liz O’Neill

Episode 45 – Indigenous Career Fair

On this week’s show, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips tells us about the Edmonton Radial Railway Society. Then we go to the Indigenous Career Fair to hear from inspiring speakers like Councillor Aaron Paquette, Brandi Morin, Kenton Boutillier and Ramsey Mudryk. Links: Check out the Edmonton Radial Railway Society. Find out more about the speakers we met at the Indigenous Career Fair hosted by Edmonton Public Schools. *Aaron Paquette *Brandi Morin *Kenton Boutillier – Indigenous Health Initiatives, University of Alberta *Ramsey Mudryk Grants: Awards for Students Experiencing Financial Need Alexandra M. Munn Scholarships and John and Andrea Wallin Awards Edmonton Refugee and […]

39 MINMAY 2
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Episode 45 – Indigenous Career Fair

Episode 44 – Navigating Parkinson’s Disease

Today, we learn about the history of McLuhan House withChris Chang-Yen Phillips. And we meet Shiv and Rajah, a couple that has been managing life with Parkinson ’s disease for over a year. Tune in and learn how the Parkinson’s Association of Albertais helping them navigate the complex care network needed to maintain their quality of life. Links: Find out more about the resources Parkinson’s Association of Alberta can offer. Be sure to visit McLuhan House and learn more about the man himself: Marshall McLuhan. Grants: Awards for Students Experiencing Financial Need Alexandra M. Munn Scholarships and John and Andrea […]

41 MINAPR 16
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Episode 44 – Navigating Parkinson’s Disease
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Latest Episodes

Episode 53 – It Takes a Community: Aaron Paquette

It is the fourth edition of our special series: It Takes a Community,produced byHunterandJacquelynCardinal ofNaheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we hear from Aaron Paquette: artist, author, speaker and City of Edmonton Councillor for Ward 4. Aaron tells us about why you shouldn’t hide your talent in a drawer, the difference between challenges and trauma, and the magic power of words. Links: Find out more about Aaron Paquette. Follow him on Twitter. Find out more aboutNaheyawin. […]

62 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 53 – It Takes a Community: Aaron Paquette

Episode 52 – Someone Who Cares a Whole Awful Lot!

On this episode, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips checks out the Mercer Warehouse, and puts Gezim Hoxha on the spot for some cool trivia facts. Then, we meet Vegreville’s Own Lorax, Kevin Stewart. Kevin talks to us about photography, how he (sort-of) won the Nobel Peace Prize, and the fund he created to help protect the aspen park lands of Vegreville. Links: Find out more about the Vegreville Creek and Wetlands Fund. Curious about land conservation? Visit Edmonton and Area Land Trust Check out our Legacy in Action story about Kevin: Vegreville’s Own Lorax. Read Animal Casualties of the Underground War (Oct. […]

40 MINAUG 16
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Episode 52 – Someone Who Cares a Whole Awful Lot!

Episode 51 – It Takes a Community: Linda Duncan

It is the third edition of our special series: It Takes a Community, produced byHunterandJacquelynCardinal ofNaheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we hear from Linda Duncan , the long time Member of Parliament for Edmonton Strathcona. Linda tells us about growing up in ravines, her call to environmental law, and how important it is to reach out and engage with your political representatives, whoever they may be. Links: Find your Member of Parliament. Be heard: You […]

59 MINAUG 2
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Episode 51 – It Takes a Community: Linda Duncan

Episode 50 – Resilience

In this episode, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips shares a special story about one night at the historic Alberta Hotel. And we sit down with Rachelle Venne, CEO of the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women. She talks about why it’s important to recognize the obstacles faced by Indigenous Women in Alberta. Links: Check out our Vital Topic reports. Learn more about the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women. Read the final report from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls: Reclaiming Power and Place. Grant Deadlines: Al Maurer Awards – Deadline is August 31st Charmaine […]

30 MINJUL 17
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Episode 50 – Resilience

Episode 49: It Takes a Community – Nasra Adem

We are excited to share the second installment of It Takes a Community— a special series produced byHunterandJacquelynCardinal ofNaheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we will hear from artist and community builder Nasra Adem about the support they receive from their mom, finding community on Tumblr, Black Girl Magic, and the joy they find in bringing talented people together. Links: Check out what Nasra Adem is working on. Find out more aboutNaheyawin. Check out our article […]

65 MINJUL 3
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Episode 49: It Takes a Community – Nasra Adem

Episode 48 – Doesn’t Queen Have a Song About That?

On this week’s show, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips finds out how Charles Daniels stood against injustice at the Sherman Grand Theatre. Then we talk to Meredith Mantooth about how You Can Ride 2 is making adaptive bikes available for kids. Links: Keep up with author and historian Cheryl Foggo. Learn more about You Can Ride 2 . Special shout outs to Popcycle where hosts Christian Zyp and Eric Newby dissect pop culture’s connective tissues, and to Pause where changemakers reflect on their journey through complex problems. The Well Endowed Podcast is produced byEdmonton Community Foundation. And is a proud, affiliate member […]

27 MINJUN 19
Comments
Episode 48 – Doesn’t Queen Have a Song About That?

Episode 47: It Takes a Community – Paul Bellows

Welcome to the first installment of It Takes a Community — a special series produced by Hunter and Jacquelyn Cardinal of Naheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we will hear from musician and entrepreneur Paul Bellows about what he learned while performing a trumpet solo, the importance of being accepted by a community, how mentors like Ben Sures and Daniel Watson helped him grow, and the many things he has learned from his mom, dad and […]

58 MINJUN 4
Comments
Episode 47: It Takes a Community – Paul Bellows

Episode 46 – 40 Years: A Conversation With Liz O’Neill

On this episode, we speak with the one and only Liz O’Neill, Executive Director of Boys and Girls Club Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton (BGCBigs). Liz tells us about how the fluke of a coin toss brought her to Edmonton, her greatest accomplishments over the past 40 years and what that means to the children and their families who use BGCBigs’ services. Links: Learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters Boys and Girls Clubs. See how organizations like BGCBigs have an important impact. Grants: ECF Community Grants – Deadline June 1, 2019 The Well Endowed Podcast is produced byEdmonton […]

33 MINMAY 16
Comments
Episode 46 – 40 Years: A Conversation With Liz O’Neill

Episode 45 – Indigenous Career Fair

On this week’s show, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips tells us about the Edmonton Radial Railway Society. Then we go to the Indigenous Career Fair to hear from inspiring speakers like Councillor Aaron Paquette, Brandi Morin, Kenton Boutillier and Ramsey Mudryk. Links: Check out the Edmonton Radial Railway Society. Find out more about the speakers we met at the Indigenous Career Fair hosted by Edmonton Public Schools. *Aaron Paquette *Brandi Morin *Kenton Boutillier – Indigenous Health Initiatives, University of Alberta *Ramsey Mudryk Grants: Awards for Students Experiencing Financial Need Alexandra M. Munn Scholarships and John and Andrea Wallin Awards Edmonton Refugee and […]

39 MINMAY 2
Comments
Episode 45 – Indigenous Career Fair

Episode 44 – Navigating Parkinson’s Disease

Today, we learn about the history of McLuhan House withChris Chang-Yen Phillips. And we meet Shiv and Rajah, a couple that has been managing life with Parkinson ’s disease for over a year. Tune in and learn how the Parkinson’s Association of Albertais helping them navigate the complex care network needed to maintain their quality of life. Links: Find out more about the resources Parkinson’s Association of Alberta can offer. Be sure to visit McLuhan House and learn more about the man himself: Marshall McLuhan. Grants: Awards for Students Experiencing Financial Need Alexandra M. Munn Scholarships and John and Andrea […]

41 MINAPR 16
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Episode 44 – Navigating Parkinson’s Disease
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