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The Life in Red Podcast aims to help formulate discussions and conversation around a wide range of topics in a fun way, that regular day people can enjoy and understand! Hosted by Ryan Forsyth.

The Life in Red Podcast aims to help formulate discussions and conversation around a wide range of topics in a fun way, that regular day people can enjoy and understand! Hosted by Ryan Forsyth.
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The Life in Red Podcast aims to help formulate discussions and conversation around a wide range of topics in a fun way, that regular day people can enjoy and understand! Hosted by Ryan Forsyth.

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English


Episodes

2019 Canadian Election: Party Platforms & Election Breakdown

9/20/2019
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This is a shorter clip of the podcast with Caroline O'Neill, an Ottawa based journalist and writer, where we breakdown the 2019 Canadian Election platforms and promises being made by each party. Made for your information and listening convenience. You can also listen to this by listening to the full podcast episode. You can follow her for all her latest work and news on Twitter: @theconeill

Duration:00:42:50

Caroline O'Neill | LIR on 2019 Canadian Election

9/20/2019
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On this episode: Caroline O'Neill, an Ottawa based journalist and writer, comes back on Life in Red again to talk about everything you need to know about the 2019 Canadian Election. We go over the campaign, the controversies, the parties, the candidates for Prime Minister, the main election issues and breakdown the platforms being offered by each party. You can follow her for all her latest work and news on Twitter: @theconeill

Duration:01:48:47

Michael Dixon | LIR on Depression, PTSD and Support Groups

9/12/2019
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On this episode: Michael Dixon, President of the Canadian Funeral Peer Support, Canada's first initiative to support funeral workers mental health, joins us to share his story of abuse, depression, the toll life in funeral services can take and why he decided to start the group. You can get more information on the funeral peer support by visiting: http://www.ottawafps.com/ Or by visiting them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/224336868288154/

Duration:01:17:56

Ana Santos | LIR on Gut Health, Mental Health and Microbiome at the Ottawa Podcast Festival

8/28/2019
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On this episode: Ana Santos, a PhD student in Neuroscience at Carleton University, joins us live from the Ottawa Podcast Festival to discuss her research into our gut microbiome. We talk about her research and findings in studying the gut bacteria, how it affects our overall health, the potential effects it can have on our mental health, and the things we do that can change the bacteria in our gut. You can follow some of her research on Twitter: @ADS_Bunny

Duration:00:54:22

Amanda Sterczyk | LIR on Health and Movement

8/14/2019
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On this episode: Amanda Sterczyk, certified personal trainer, author and Founder of the Move More Institute, comes on to share her books, explain the importance of "moving" to our health, how much it can benefit us, and practical tips that everyone can incorporate into their daily lives for a more healthy lifestyle! You can read Amanda's work by purchasing her books on Amazon! 1. Move More: Your Life Depends On It...

Duration:01:17:19

Dr. Alexandra Sisam | LIR on Naturopathic Medicine

6/28/2019
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On this episode: Dr. Alexandra Sisam, a licensed Naturopathic Doctor, comes on to explain naturopathic medicine, its benefits, her philosophy on health, mental health, diet, nutrition and how it can all help people's overall well-being and health! You can learn more and book an appointment with Dr. Alexandra Sisam: Instagram: @dr.alexandrasisam www.alexandrasisamnd.com/

Duration:01:27:49

Emma Khazzam | LIR on Travel, Nature and Food Science

6/19/2019
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On this episode: Emma Khazzam, a Food Scientist Student, World Traveler and Nature Enthusiast, comes on to share stories from her travels around the world, Judaism, dyslexia, the science of food and why she became a member of the NatureNEXT program at the Canadian Museum of Nature! Learn more on the NatureNEXT program at the Museum here: https://nature.ca/en/about-us/support-museum/donations/nature-next

Duration:01:05:25

Clarissa Baron & Nick Maillet | LIR on Fringe Festivals and Theatre

6/12/2019
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On this episode: Clarissa Baron and Nick Maillet, come on to talk about their upcoming show at the Ottawa Fringe Festival, "Happy Birthday, Claire". We also discuss theater, trying to make it as an actor in Canada and the importance of art in today's society. Happy Birthday, Claire runs on select dates June 13-June 23, 2019 at Academic Hall at the University of Ottawa, as a part of the Ottawa Fringe Festival. For more details, showtimes and tickets go to www.HappyBirthdayClaire.com or...

Duration:00:55:47

Crystaljoy Parman | LIR on Lyme Disease

5/8/2019
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On this episode: Crystaljoy Parman, an Entrepreneur, Performance Artist and Lyme Disease Warrior & Advocate, comes on for Lyme Disease Awareness Month, to talk about Lyme Disease, the road to her diagnosis, her health struggles, treatment, why she became a Lyme advocate and her Light Lyme event! You can learn more about her event and Lyme Disease: https://www.facebook.com/events/421770858592134/ and contact her: lightlymeott@gmail.com

Duration:01:03:44

Susan Allan | LIR on Horses and Therapy

5/1/2019
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On this episode: Susan Allan, owner of Willaway Farm; an equine facilitated wellness and learning centre, comes on to talk about how horses can be used as a form of therapy, her experiences and results with clients, how it may help, mindfulness and her horse yoga! You can follow and contact her: https://www.willawayfarm.com/ Facebook: @willawayequineexperiences Instagram: @willawayfarm

Duration:01:14:22

Mallory Rowan | LIR on Fitness and Entrepreneurship

4/19/2019
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On this episode: Mallory Rowan, an entrepreneur and Co-Founder of LVD Fitness and the LVD Brand, comes on to talk about fitness and the industry, her #MALMADEMEDOIT Program, social media and marketing, and shares her experiences as a business leader and "powerful" woman. You can follow and contact her: Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @MalloryRowan www.MalloryRowan.com You can also check out LVD's products and services: www.LVDFitness.com Facebook, Twitter & Instagram: @LVDFitness

Duration:01:20:14

Jen Wozny | LIR on Energy and Healing

4/14/2019
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On this episode: Jen Wozny an Energy Healer and founder of Put The Light Here, comes on to talk about what energy healing is, the benefits of it, client results, how she responds to skeptics and how energy can apply to present day problems. You can follow her and book a consultation: https://putthelighthere.com/ Facebook: @putthelighthere Twitter: @PutTheLightHere Instagram: @putthelighthere

Duration:01:10:03

Carrington Christmas | LIR on Indigenous Culture and Reconciliation

4/11/2019
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On this episode: Carrington Christmas, an Indigenous Youth Advocate, comes on to talk about indigenous issues in Canada, reconciliation, culture, diversity and gives her perspective on how things can be changed for the better. You can follow her: Twitter: @carrchristmas Instagram: @ceyonce_

Duration:01:53:33

Laura VanZant | LIR on Museums

3/4/2019
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On this episode: Laura VanZant, a museum collections professional, comes on to talk history, archaeology, the arts, culture, life at a museum and why museums are so important in today's society. You can follow her: Twitter: @LauraVZ7 Instagram: @thatsme_lauravz

Duration:01:08:25

Riley Craig | LIR on Exercise Science and Fitness

2/26/2019
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On this episode: Riley Craig, a certified personal trainer and master's student in kinesiology, comes on to talk about his study in bio-mechanics, life as a student, exercise science, myths of dieting, supplementing a little hockey and issues in our workout and gym culture! You can follow him: Twitter: @craiger92 Instagram: @riley.e.craig

Duration:01:35:27

Caroline O'Neill | LIR on News and Journalism

2/19/2019
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On this episode: Caroline O'Neill, an Ottawa based journalist and writer, comes on to talk about the state of journalism in 2019 and what it's like being a journalist. We also dive into current issues in Canada like the SNC-Lavalin case, the United We Roll campaign, Cat Lake First Nation, Reconciliation and the upcoming election. You can follow her for all her latest work and news on Twitter: @theconeill

Duration:01:28:44

Bell Let's Talk Day | LIR on Ryan's Mental Illness Journey

1/29/2019
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On this episode: Host, Ryan Forsyth, talks about the importance of #BellLetsTalk Day, shares his journey with his mental illness, why mental health funding is critical and how the internet and today's culture play a negative role in our mental health conversation.

Duration:00:49:40

Darcie Dillon | LIR on Civil Engineering

1/10/2019
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On this episode: Darcie Dillion, an Ottawa based civil engineer and travel enthusiast, comes on to talk about mathematics, life as an engineer, being a woman in a male dominated industry and how traveling helped shap who she is today! You can follow her adventures at https://passportunities.ca/ and Twitter & Instagram: @passportunities

Duration:01:24:37

Dayna Brez | LIR on Internet Culture

12/29/2018
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On this episode: Ottawa Radio Host, Dayna Brez, comes on to talk about the internet, social justice, Instagram influencers, radio and today's "outrage culture". You can hear her every Monday-Friday from 10:00am-2:00pm on JUMP! 106.9 in Ottawa or www.JUMPradio.ca Follow her at: Twitter & Instagram: @daynabreezy Youtube: Dayna B Radio

Duration:01:39:19

Madison Stanul | LIR Women in Sports and Concussions

12/22/2018
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On this episode: Hockey and Fitness Coach, Madison Stanul comes on to talk about hockey, coaching, fitness, concussions and her experience as a woman in sports! You can follow her: Instagram: @Madds18_ Twitter: @Madds_18

Duration:01:30:59