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Episode 69. Finding the beauty in the mundane + how to do ‘social’ like no one’s watching: A talk with Chelsea Peitz

8/23/2019
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“There’s magic in the mundane” –Chelsea Peitz Summary Welcome to episode no. 69 of the Nancy Duffy Show!…

Duration:00:37:56

Show No. 68. Getting Intentional and Un-Stuck with the ‘Job Whisperer,’ Ken Coleman

8/15/2019
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“For years, I’d dreamed of being a broadcaster, but I was also one of the 70 percent –…

Duration:00:42:49

Show No. 65: Changing Course – Getting Down to Business in a World of AI and Automation – How this show is going to ‘work’ for you!

6/18/2019
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Summary: Hi there – welcome to the Nancy Duffy Show – this is episode #65! Today’s episode is…

Duration:00:14:24

Show No. 64: The Superabundance Found in Collaboration. A Literary Talk with Susan McCaslin and J.S. Porter

6/11/2019
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Today we have a super relevant discussion with authors Susan McCaslin and J.S. Porter about their book Superabundantly Alive… But not before I share a little something from Donovan Woods – we’ve had him as a guest on this show before – and if you like this you can hear more on Episode no. 44. It's Life/Music/Talk All Grown Up... and it's been a while. So come on in.

Duration:00:44:07

Show No. 63: Going Car-less with Chris & Melissa Bruntlett – Oh, the Modacity of it All!

4/1/2019
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Imagine if you were given a new way to explore your city or town – that there was little in the way of barriers to do so – and that you would also be contributing to your health while helping to de-escalate stress, congestion, pollution – Would you support it?

Duration:00:37:48

Show No. 62: In Public and Private Spaces – A Contrast in ‘How’ We Share Grief.

9/6/2018
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Burt Reynolds passed away today – on the very date of this recording, preceded of course by the legendary Queen of Soul and renowned U.S. Senator, John McCain. This week we explore the stark contrast of how grief unfolds in the public sphere by very public people in comparison to how personal grief unfolds in the same kind of public sphere (if we count social media as being the equivalent).

Duration:00:20:11

Show No. 61: Culinary Therapy – A Different Kind of ‘Savory’ with Tara Shannon

8/30/2018
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Picking Yourself Up After a Soul-Crushing Loss (Photo Above) Group photo from Tara Shannon’s culinary experience at The…

Duration:00:48:17

Show No. 60: In Our Time with AHI. An Old Soul, Yes. But Something New and Unusual This Way Comes.

8/3/2018
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Today, we’re taking a tiny break from politics… (you’re welcome!) because today’s show is all about the music and hard work of Canadian singer/songwriter AHI – whose recently released album, In Our Time, made the top ten charts on iTunes.

Duration:00:26:51

Show No. 59: How We Talk About Policy, Plus – Trump’s Executive Order – A Pledge to American Workers

7/28/2018
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Twitter appears to be the new barometer of the political pulse of the people... What's happening on Twitter is what's happening at the water cooler, in the media - and even at the grocery store!Joining us to talk about 'the way people talk' in U.S. politics today is American journalist, Gloria Neal. – And later in the show, we'll put our talk to the test as we discuss Trump's new executive order aimed to keep America at work.

Duration:00:29:40

Show No. 58: Saying No to the Practice of Body Currency

1/18/2018
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Summary 1968 was an incredulous year: Pierre Elliot Trudeau becomes Prime Minister, the Warsaw Pact troops invade Czechoslovakia to end the…

Duration:00:39:20

Show No. 57: Rethinking NAFTA; From the Leveling of ‘Labour’ to the Protection of Public Goods

10/19/2017
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Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chrystia Freeland says that taking it slow with NAFTA is a good thing because it allows time to consult with Canadians. And so we’d like to oblige the offer. Tune in as we speak with Sujata Dey, Trade Campaigner with the Council of Canadians on issues ranging from labour standards to the protection of public goods and the right to water – as well as the question, ‘can Canada make it alone?’

Duration:00:33:11

Show No. 56: Cindy Doire is launching an album! + Coding without a Screen – and the words of Salman Rushdie before Charlottesville.

8/17/2017
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(Above) Cindy Doire – pictures from her upcoming album debut. Photo by Jenn Squires. Summary This week special guest,…

Duration:00:39:56

Show No. 55: The Music of Leif Vollebekk – Plus, Am I reading too much into Spider-Man: Homecoming?

7/11/2017
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(Recorded Tuesday, July 11th, 2017) This week we’re joined by the so very talented, Canadian singer/songwriter – Leif Vollebekk. Seriously, you’re going to love his sound. And later in the show, producers of The Comic Book Syndicate, Mike Poirier, and Jolie Inthavong join us to compare thoughts on Spider-Man: Homecoming!

Duration:00:36:37

Show No. 54: To Bailout or Buck Up? A talk about the Newspaper Industry and its potential bailout with Jesse Brown

6/28/2017
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(Recorded Tuesday, Jun 27th, 2017) On this week's show, Canadaland's Jesse Brown joins us to discuss the Great Newspaper Bailout, the future of the CBC, and all the things that people never knew about Canada... maybe not even the Canadians. :)

Show No. 53: A Plea for Change; No More Death by a Thousand Cuts.

6/6/2017
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(Recorded Tuesday, Jun 6th, 2017) This week we talk about the fragmentation of services within the health care system, specifically regarding mental health. We’ll explore the story of a woman who lost her daughter, Tamara, to suicide in part because of her disenfranchisement with the system – something described quite well in a memoir recently published in The Walrus titled, Death by a Thousand Cuts.

Duration:00:32:36

Show No. 52: Citizen Jane. Battle for the City – with Special Guests, Matt Tyrnauer and Roberta Gratz

5/10/2017
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Show Summary This week – we talk with the Director of a very interesting documentary now playing in…

Duration:00:33:51

Show No. 51: The New War on Drugs – From Legalization to Containment.

5/2/2017
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(Recorded Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017) In 1971 the media popularized the term ‘war on drugs’ after then-President Richard Nixon declared drug abuse as public enemy number 1. With over fifty billion being spent on anti-drug initiatives, and with illicit drug use still on the rise, clearly, it hasn’t worked. And just as capitalists have found more clever ways to expand their profits and to compete in a global market, so too has the illegal drug industry.

Duration:00:32:48

Show No. 50: Voices Calling. Hearing from within a Post-Referendum Turkey

4/25/2017
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Show Summary If you’ve read the headlines over the weekend, you may have noticed that there’s a pretty…

Duration:00:31:37

Show No. 49: Derision at the 38th Parallel; We’ve Been Here Before.

4/18/2017
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Hello there – today is Tuesday, April 18th and today we’re talking about Derision at the 38th Parallel – we’ve been here before, only now it’s different. And of course we’re talking about the current situation with North Korea and it’s nuclear arsenal… special guest, David Sanger, the National Security Correspondent for The New York Times joins us today to try and make sense of it all. Today It’s a bit of history mixed in with current events – to the 38th Parallel we go!

Duration:00:31:26

Show No. 48: A Tribute to Sharon Jones; The Music of Christian Vegh… + Christmas of Course!

12/22/2016
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Show Summary Hi there everyone – I’ve missed you! On today’s show – we start with a little…

Duration:00:59:20