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Women Shaping Canada

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Women Shaping Canada is a series sharing the lives of women. Through their stories we examine issues faces women in Canada today, their personal stories, and how those stores are helping to shape Canada. This Podcast Features women in Business, STEM, Religion, Culture, Sports and Politics.

Latest Episodes

Helen Knott: How to Stay Sober during a Pandemic

Welcome to Women Shaping Canada on today's episode with hope to support those struggling with addition and potential relapses by interviewing the very inspiring, Canadian Indigenous Author, Helen Knott. Helen Knott is a Dane-Zaa and Nehiyaw woman and social worker from the Prophet River First Nations residing in Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada. She is a writer, activist (for Indigenous land rights in Canada), poet, and advocate with works published in Red Rising Magazine, the Malahat Review, CBC Arts, and many others. (As taken from Wikipedia) Hosted by Canadian Broadcaster, Dana Foster

28 MINAPR 11
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Helen Knott: How to Stay Sober during a Pandemic

Women Shaping Canada:Karen

Laryn Gilmour sits down with Karen Wells, a mother who lost her son to melanoma and now is taking her experience and working to get sunscreen dispensers at beaches and populated areas cross British Columbia in the hopes to reduce the amount of skin cancer diagnosis's from exposure to UV rays.

21 MINJAN 29
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Women Shaping Canada:Karen

Women Shaping Canada: JB The First Lady

This episode of WSC Dana Foster speaks with Jb the FirstLady about Turtle Island, Canada as a corporation, and her interaction with John Horgan at the Feminists Deliver Conference. Jerilynn Webster, aka JB the First Lady, is a member of the Nuxalk & Onondaga Nations. She is a Vancouver-based hip hop and spoken word artist, beat-boxer, cultural dancer and youth educator. With four studio albums under her belt, JB sees her songs as a way of capturing oral history, and isn’t afraid to write lyrics that speak to challenging subjects like residential schools and missing and murdered indigenous women.

53 MIN2019 AUG 1
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Women Shaping Canada: JB The First Lady

Women Shaping Canada: Janice

WSC Host Dana Foster speaks with the Founder of Mazu Family, Janice Taylor. her company Mazu is a healthy, positive engagement platform for families, founded in love. Mazu gives children and parents a place to communicate and connect, creating the "digital family village". - the antidote to social media, that will awaken families with love. Sport teams and brands have used Mazu as a secure channel, to connect fans and their kids, celebrating common interests and sharing content. Professional leagues such as the NHL, NBA, WNBA and MLS have joined the movement, leveraging Mazu's platform as their core engagement strategy for families. Dana also digs into women in technology, internet safety, mental health and self-esteem on social media.

47 MIN2019 JUN 14
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Women Shaping Canada: Janice

Women Shaping Canada:Marlene

Mental Health advocate and the founder of Days of Action, and the ongoing "Days of Action Scale Smash Challenge" hopes to inspire people that they are truth in design meant to be expressed. Dana Foster gets real about her own struggles with Anxiety and Depression whiles Marlene gets passionate about healing from Trauma. A truly insightful conversation on mental health, a must listen if you're struggling with mental health issues. Today, not noted in the interview but Marlene is truly taking action by taking a cross country bike tour to advocate for Mental Health and she's already making big waves. For more information on her tour and how you can help go to www.thewomensonlinenetwork.ca

36 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Women Shaping Canada:Marlene

Women Shaping Canada: Corinne

A thrilling conversation with Corinne Underwood of Choices for sexual health! We chat about masturbation, menstruation health, sex shame and more!

39 MIN2019 MAY 17
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Women Shaping Canada: Corinne

Women Shaping Canada: Erica

On this episode of Women Shaping Canada we're joined with guest, Erica Delyzer of Days to Remember events.After hearing and experiencing so much competition between women, and hearing their struggles to find a supportive female tribe,the "There is more to me" retreat was created. This event is about Community, Growth and Empowerment. On this episode, Erica shares her thoughts on the "Empowered Women Empower Women" movement.

38 MIN2019 APR 24
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Women Shaping Canada: Erica

Women Shaping Canada: Anna

This week on WSP, Dana Foster chats with Anna Mullens about being unapologetic and moving towards acceptance. Anna is a certified coach by Deepak Chopra and the creator of The Unapologetically Her Show happening March 9th at the Cascades Casino in Langley. The years theme is The Art of Acceptance and features a powerhouse lineup of women like Dragon's Den, Arlene Dickinson and include workshops, entertainment and so much more!

24 MIN2019 FEB 22
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Women Shaping Canada: Anna

Women Shaping Canada: Tamara

Dana Foster chats with Tamara who co-runs a charity called, Her International, empowering women through global education.H.O.P.E. Outreach is a nighttime outreach for homeless and exploited women.Together Her International and HOPE Outreach have partnered to create an annual benefit for marginalized women called HOPE in Her Eyes.

18 MIN2019 FEB 15
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Women Shaping Canada: Tamara

Women Shaping Canada:WITT

Dana Foster chats with Heather Hamilton, Manger, Industry and Contract Training at the School of Trades and Technology with Thompson Rivers University and Meghan Low, theRBC Women in Trades Program Coordinator. They discuss the benefits of women going into the Womens in Trades program at the University in Kamloops, British Columbia.

27 MIN2018 DEC 20
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Women Shaping Canada:WITT

Latest Episodes

Helen Knott: How to Stay Sober during a Pandemic

Welcome to Women Shaping Canada on today's episode with hope to support those struggling with addition and potential relapses by interviewing the very inspiring, Canadian Indigenous Author, Helen Knott. Helen Knott is a Dane-Zaa and Nehiyaw woman and social worker from the Prophet River First Nations residing in Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada. She is a writer, activist (for Indigenous land rights in Canada), poet, and advocate with works published in Red Rising Magazine, the Malahat Review, CBC Arts, and many others. (As taken from Wikipedia) Hosted by Canadian Broadcaster, Dana Foster

28 MINAPR 11
Comments
Helen Knott: How to Stay Sober during a Pandemic

Women Shaping Canada:Karen

Laryn Gilmour sits down with Karen Wells, a mother who lost her son to melanoma and now is taking her experience and working to get sunscreen dispensers at beaches and populated areas cross British Columbia in the hopes to reduce the amount of skin cancer diagnosis's from exposure to UV rays.

21 MINJAN 29
Comments
Women Shaping Canada:Karen

Women Shaping Canada: JB The First Lady

This episode of WSC Dana Foster speaks with Jb the FirstLady about Turtle Island, Canada as a corporation, and her interaction with John Horgan at the Feminists Deliver Conference. Jerilynn Webster, aka JB the First Lady, is a member of the Nuxalk & Onondaga Nations. She is a Vancouver-based hip hop and spoken word artist, beat-boxer, cultural dancer and youth educator. With four studio albums under her belt, JB sees her songs as a way of capturing oral history, and isn’t afraid to write lyrics that speak to challenging subjects like residential schools and missing and murdered indigenous women.

53 MIN2019 AUG 1
Comments
Women Shaping Canada: JB The First Lady

Women Shaping Canada: Janice

WSC Host Dana Foster speaks with the Founder of Mazu Family, Janice Taylor. her company Mazu is a healthy, positive engagement platform for families, founded in love. Mazu gives children and parents a place to communicate and connect, creating the "digital family village". - the antidote to social media, that will awaken families with love. Sport teams and brands have used Mazu as a secure channel, to connect fans and their kids, celebrating common interests and sharing content. Professional leagues such as the NHL, NBA, WNBA and MLS have joined the movement, leveraging Mazu's platform as their core engagement strategy for families. Dana also digs into women in technology, internet safety, mental health and self-esteem on social media.

47 MIN2019 JUN 14
Comments
Women Shaping Canada: Janice

Women Shaping Canada:Marlene

Mental Health advocate and the founder of Days of Action, and the ongoing "Days of Action Scale Smash Challenge" hopes to inspire people that they are truth in design meant to be expressed. Dana Foster gets real about her own struggles with Anxiety and Depression whiles Marlene gets passionate about healing from Trauma. A truly insightful conversation on mental health, a must listen if you're struggling with mental health issues. Today, not noted in the interview but Marlene is truly taking action by taking a cross country bike tour to advocate for Mental Health and she's already making big waves. For more information on her tour and how you can help go to www.thewomensonlinenetwork.ca

36 MIN2019 MAY 31
Comments
Women Shaping Canada:Marlene

Women Shaping Canada: Corinne

A thrilling conversation with Corinne Underwood of Choices for sexual health! We chat about masturbation, menstruation health, sex shame and more!

39 MIN2019 MAY 17
Comments
Women Shaping Canada: Corinne

Women Shaping Canada: Erica

On this episode of Women Shaping Canada we're joined with guest, Erica Delyzer of Days to Remember events.After hearing and experiencing so much competition between women, and hearing their struggles to find a supportive female tribe,the "There is more to me" retreat was created. This event is about Community, Growth and Empowerment. On this episode, Erica shares her thoughts on the "Empowered Women Empower Women" movement.

38 MIN2019 APR 24
Comments
Women Shaping Canada: Erica

Women Shaping Canada: Anna

This week on WSP, Dana Foster chats with Anna Mullens about being unapologetic and moving towards acceptance. Anna is a certified coach by Deepak Chopra and the creator of The Unapologetically Her Show happening March 9th at the Cascades Casino in Langley. The years theme is The Art of Acceptance and features a powerhouse lineup of women like Dragon's Den, Arlene Dickinson and include workshops, entertainment and so much more!

24 MIN2019 FEB 22
Comments
Women Shaping Canada: Anna

Women Shaping Canada: Tamara

Dana Foster chats with Tamara who co-runs a charity called, Her International, empowering women through global education.H.O.P.E. Outreach is a nighttime outreach for homeless and exploited women.Together Her International and HOPE Outreach have partnered to create an annual benefit for marginalized women called HOPE in Her Eyes.

18 MIN2019 FEB 15
Comments
Women Shaping Canada: Tamara

Women Shaping Canada:WITT

Dana Foster chats with Heather Hamilton, Manger, Industry and Contract Training at the School of Trades and Technology with Thompson Rivers University and Meghan Low, theRBC Women in Trades Program Coordinator. They discuss the benefits of women going into the Womens in Trades program at the University in Kamloops, British Columbia.

27 MIN2018 DEC 20
Comments
Women Shaping Canada:WITT
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