Soccer Snobs - Season #2 - Episode #11 - Joé Fournier Louis Riel Sport d'étude
Season #2 - Episode #11 - Joé Fournier Louis Riel Sport d'étude head coach joins the Snobs to discuss his incredible program that has produced the likes of Jonathan David and Vanessa Gilles amongst many others. Joé is an incredible coach, one of the best around and his banter and personality are just as good. What a wonderfully entertaining episode listening to Joé's humour, knowledge and insight into the game and producing top players and people.
First official episode of 2021; in this episode I talk about books that I read so far this year, including reviews for Gladiator-At-Law (Frederick Pohl & C.M. Kornbluth) and Louis Riel (Chester Brown). No plans for upcoming books just yet! Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/stephen_g Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/2474979-stephen-gower Support The Slow Reader by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/slow-reader Find out more at https://slow-reader.pinecast.co
230. Don Giovanni et Louis Riel au festival d’opéra de Québec, entrevue avec Bertrand Guay
3600 secondes d'Histoire
Depuis lundi, la ville vibre au rythme du Festival d’opéra de Québec. 3600 secondes d’histoire profite donc de l’occasion pour recevoir le musicologue Bertrand Guay afin de se pencher sur les deux œuvres phares de l’évènement : Don Giovanni de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart et Louis Riel d’Harry Somers. Première diffusion le 26 juillet 2017 sur les ondes de CHYZ 94,3 (Université Laval)
Marxist Winter School #1: Louis Riel and the Rebellions of the Métis
Officially founded in 1867, the creation of the modern nation state of Canada was not the result of a revolution as with our neighbours to the south - but of a vicious counter-revolution. The process which led to the creation of Canada began with the putting down of the rebellions in what is now Quebec and Ontario of 1837-38 and was completed with the crushing of the Metis resistance in the west. While this movement of the Metis ultimately went down in defeat, it is important for Marxists to understand these events.
A special podcast episode in honor of Louis Riel Day and Métis Week 2020. Matt Hiltermann is an impressive sash-maker and knowledgeable history buff! Tune in hear Matt recall the life of Louis Riel. Matt debunks myths, highlights key moments of Riel's life, and brings attention to the importance of honoring him as a Métis leader and hero.
A tale of two COVID apps; vaccine hesitancy; responsible partying; the case for exonerating Louis Riel
Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge
Today's guests: Ziad Fazel, Calgary-based engineer Maya Goldenberg, Professor - Department of Philosophy, University of Guelph (specializes in the issue of vaccine hesitancy) Lauren Holmes, Founder - PartyResponsibly.ca Keith Henry, President - British Columbia Métis FederationSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you think Canada is just America's conflict-adverse northern neighbor? Think again! This week, we go on a journey through some of Canada's strangest history, including a territory governed by an employee handbook, a polite uprising derailed by one rude man, and an exiled politician whose very understandable quest for a fairer legal system spiraled into delusions of messianic salvation. Show notes and sources at this link
The Minute Women are back for Louis Riel Part 2! We learn lots of things this week. Some of them are true, like how Louis Riel looks like Edgar Allan Poe. Some of them are not true, like how Wendy's is not (repeat, NOT) closing. Louis Riel Heritage Minute: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=it60EI70RWc
Witness to Yesterday (The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History)
Patrice Dutil talks about the formative influences on Louis Riel with Max Hamon, the author of "The Audacity of his Enterprise: Louis Riel and the Métis Nation that Canada Never Was" (McGill-Queen’s University Press). Hamon discusses the impact of Riel’s parents, the politics of the Red River Settlement, and the pressures of the Collège de Montréal on Riel as a student. He also explores how Riel deployed a remarkable network to reinforce the legitimacy of the Metis people in Eastern Canada and the United States in the 1870s. This podcast was produced by Jessica Schmidt.
The Minute Women are celebrating thirty episodes with Heritage-Minute-classic and hero of the Métis: Louis Riel. Sorry if this episodes leaves you hanging... No pun intended. Louis Riel Heritage Minute: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=it60EI70RWc