We’re launching our second season of Popular Podagogy with Steven Gottlieb, Director of the Boundless School, self-professed teen whisperer, and the keynote at the Queen’s University Faculty of Education’s upcoming Knowledge Forum Conference. Gottlieb shares his approach to teaching, his experiences working at the Boundless School, and how a Seinfeld episode illustrates part of his approach to teaching. Music by Jazzy French & CreativeMinds – Bensound.com
Airing originally on Friday, October 4th, from 4-6pm EDT on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ – in this podcast you’ll hear In the first hour, from a September 11th event at Novel Idea bookstore, you’ll hear Kristin Andrychuk reading from and launching her latest book, “Mother’s Genius”. Following that, from the September 3rd reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly open mic series, you’ll hear readings by Gwen Whitford, Sasha Hill, Jill Glatt, Roger Dorey, Cory Tokay, Devin GA, Anne Graham, Bob MacKenzie, Sarah Emtage, and Alyssa Cooper. In the second hour from again the September 3rd reading in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly open mic series, you’ll hear readings by Lyle Merriam, Tia Lunn, Gwen Whitford, Sasha Hill, Jill Glatt, Roger Dorey, Cory Tokay, Devin GA, Anne Graham, Bob MacKenzie, Sarah Emtage, Alyssa Cooper, and me.
Alfie Pierce, the former namesake of our beloved campus pub, is a Queen’s legend, yet few really know the true story behind his life. This episode of the People’s History Podcast brings Alfie’s story to life detailing the trials and barriers he faced as a person of colour on Queen’s campus and exposing the racist underpinnings that led to Alfie’s role as ‘Team Mascot’, underpinnings that have an impact on his legacy today. Music: Nina Simone-“Young, Gifted and Black”
Paramedics are often the first responders when it’s an emergency. The Time of Your Life looks at the paramedics job with the head of Paramedic services for Frontenac County and the city of Kingston. Host: Carole Weir Guest : Gale Chevalier, chief of Paramedic Services for Frontenac County and the city of Kingston. “
Want to dig deeper into the domestic issues at the forefront of Canadian election politics right now? Check out this podcast of the Oct. 2nd Roundtable from the 2019 Canadian Federal Election Series presented by the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University. The domestic issues and their expert panelists are:Environment: Kyla Tienhaara (Environmental Studies, Queen’s)Official Languages: Stephanie Chouinard (Political Studies, Queen’s/Political Science, RMC)Indigenous Issues: Elisha Corbett (Political Studies, Queen’s)Health: Jenna Healey (History, Queen’s) Moderated by Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies, Queen’s/Political Science, RMC) Thank you to Chris Cornish and the School of Policy Studies for furnishing the audio recording of this roundtable. Be sure to visit the Policy Talks page for details on upcoming talks and roundtables!
This special podcast is a recording of the Kingston and the Islands All-Candidates MP Debate hosted this morning, October 3rd 2019 by the Greater Kingston Chamber of Commerce at the Renaissance Event Venue on Queen Street in Kingston from 8 to 9:30 a.m. In this special broadcast, you’ll hear Mark Gerretson, Incumbent MP and liberal Candidate, Barrington Walker, the NDP candidate; Ruslan Yakovichuck for the Conservative Party, Candice Christmas with the Green Party and Andy Brooke of the People’s Party of Canada respond to questions related to issues including simplified tax laws, federal deficit management, enhancing business prosperity in the region, solutions for housing shortages in the region, policies to address climate change, military spending, health and pharmacare, supporting post-secondary education, impact of climate change and precipitation on shoreline homes & businesses, and support plans for small business owners. There is just over an hour and a half of recorded footage from the event. We’ll play a brief a few local #ygk music selections to serve as an intermission as well including local greats: Miss Emily-Hold Back the RiverOakridge Ave. – Endless NightsEmily Bashell-GoneChris Koster-Runaway FireJenica Rayne-It’s Never too Late
Stewart Langley, 2019-20 Pathy Fellow and JP Dobson, Program Assistant join us to chat about Stewart’s Pathy Fellowship work with Kingston’s Ryandale Shelter to develop innovative solutions to chronic homelessness in addition to details from JP about the Fellowship program, the upcoming application deadline, and the amazing opportunities these fellowships offer graduating students to launch career paths while building communities.
Can Sanford Townsend Band follow up “Smoke from a Distant Fire”? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: The Follow-Ups! EYE OF MY STORM SANFORD TOWNSEND BAND SUNLIGHT, THE YOUNGBLOODS STARTED OUT DANCING ENDED UP MAKING LOVE, ALAN ODAY AINT IT A SAD THING, R DEAN TAYLOR ABSOLUTELY RIGHT, FIVE MAN ELECTRICAL BAND FOX HUNTING ON THE WKD, DADDY DEWDROP LIKE AN OPEN DOOR THE FUZZ MAXWELLS SILVER HAMMER, THE BELLS YOU’VE GOT TO CRAWL BEFORE YOU WALK, THE 8TH DAY
Topic: Chronic pain management in primary health care Overview: The overarching purpose of my thesis is to understand social contributors to chronic pain as well as experiences, barriers, and facilitators to inter-professional chronic pain management in primary health care.
This week our team celebrates the return of Spider-Man to the MCU, yes SPIDY IS BACK! We preview the month of October for Screening in Kingston, taking a look at the upcoming Joker movie set to open this week AND we kick off October with a review of Ready or Not, now playing at the Screening Room in Kingston!