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Mike Farwell Show

July 22: Danforth Massacre, Embracing BYOC in Waterloo, and Rant or Rave

The opening monologue (0:56); DANFORTH MASSACRE: 'Your daughter has been shot' (02:07); Cambridge council urged to create 'bold' transformation fund for cores (20:24); Canadians need to be patient, present, unconditional with reconciliation: Trudeau (43:11); Waterloo Region embracing BYOC (1:03:59); Rant or Rave (1:26:07)

Waterloo Pentecostal Assembly Sermons

Safety

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Mike Farwell Show

Jul 19: Journalism, Cycling Lanes, and AirBnb

The opening monologue (0:56); Find a cool spot, we are under a heat warning (2:57); Cyclists talk, city listens on ways to improve cycling (20:38); Journalism and Written Media Independent Panel of Experts Submits Final Report and Recommendations to the Government of Canada (43:27); Hoteliers urge federal candidates to tax Airbnb hosts (1:04:44); Friday Four Panel. Topics: Is it offside for the amount of opposition that the People's Party of Canada has faced with their events in our region? / Should we be concerned about where our data is going when we use apps like "FaceApp" / Should Waterloo Region ban election signs? / Should Waterloo Park get rid of the animal displays? (1:26:48)

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 18: Ontario Politics, Social Media, and Movies

The opening monologue (0:56); Doug Ford cancels cellphone after too many calls from 'special interest groups (3:00); Ontario government writes off $445-million Chrysler loan from the financial crisis (20:11); Why the 'aging challenge' might come back to haunt FaceApp users (42:43); Study says rents in most cities are unaffordable for lower-income earners (1:03:01); Canadian patients suffering, sometimes dying, with bedsores (1:25:24); The Flip Side: Which classic movie would you like to see remade? (1:45:54)

Torqd by Vehikl

028 - LaraconUS 2019 - NYC

On July 22-26, 2019, the Vehikl team will be attending the largest LaraconUS to date! With over 900 attendees showing up to the Playstation Theatre in Times Square, NYC, it will surely be an incredible experience!

Join us as we speak with returning guest, Adam Frank! We’ll discuss upcoming talks, things to do in and around NYC, and what we’re looking forward to at this year’s conference.

We’ll be in the main lobby of the theatre at our booth! We’ll have t-shirts to give away as well as other swag items, so make sure to stop by before they’re gone!

Links and Resources:

  • LaraconUS website: laracon.us/
  • LaraconUS Twitter: twitter.com/LaraconUS
  • Laravel website: laravel.com/
  • NYC PHP Meetup: www.meetup.com/new-york-php/events/262484765/
  • Vehikl Twitter: twitter.com/vehikl
  • Adam Frank's Twitter: twitter.com/frankyfraaank

Contributions:

  • Guest: Adam Frank
  • Hosts: Dan Soppelsa and Margaret Tavares
  • Music and show art: Adam Frank
  • Audio Editing: Nick Down
  • Recording Facilities: Vehikl (Waterloo)

Special thanks for the help and support from the entire Vehikl team. Check out Vehikl online: vehikl.com.

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 17: Guns, Legal Aid, and Area 51

The opening monologue (0:56); Montreal massacre survivor quits gun panel, says she feels used by 'timid' Liberals (2:53); Is it time to ban election campaign signs? (19:58); Cuts to Legal Aid Ontario will cause hearing delays, Immigration and Refugee Board warns Cuts to Legal Aid Ontario will cause hearing delays, Immigration and Refugee Board warns (43:03); 1.4 million people have signed up to storm Area 51. What could go wrong? (1:03:31); Alberta couple faces scorn over photo with dead lion after U.K. tabloid makes them face of anti-hunting campaign (1:00:00); What's on Wednesday! (1:46:47)

Full Stack Radio

119: Ryan Toronto - Why a Back-End Developer Made the Switch to SPAs

In this episode, Adam talks to Ryan Toronto about his journey from being a full stack Rails developer to focusing on single page applications, and why application developers should be betting on UI-focused frameworks like Ember, React, and Vue.

Topics include:

  • How modernizing a Flash app drove Ryan to start building SPAs
  • How products are really just user interfaces to the end user, and why that means it makes sense to make the UI the core of your codebase
  • Why the backend will continue to be commoditized and application developers will be spending more and more of their time in the UI
  • What makes something a web app instead of a website, and why almost everything is actually an app
  • Why application developers still need to write server-side code right now and what areas have the biggest room for innovation and improvement

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Links:

  • EmberMap, Ryan's tutorial site
  • Mirage.js
  • Client-side SQL
  • GraphQL
  • Hasura GraphQL Engine, an automatic GraphQL API over Postgres
  • Conversation on ugprading API requests
  • Interview with Michelle Bu of Stripe

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 16: Free Speech, Airlines, and Police Bodycams

The opening monologue (0:56); Lindsay Shepherd claims double-standard after Twitter ban (3:07); Local activist group calling for the removal of an animal display in Waterloo Park (21:10); New rules lay out rights of Canadian airline passengers. Here's the list (42:44); Canadians find it hard to unplug but is it necessary to ‘go off the grid?’ (1:03:40); As bodycams become common in U.S., most Canadian police forces resistant (1:26:22); Ontario cottagers may see a hydro hike soon (1:47:05)

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 15: Ford Government Corruption, Foreign Interference, and Testing for Cannabis

The opening monologue (0:56); Almost 60 per cent call Ford government corrupt in new poll (4:39); Want a paper with your Starbucks coffee? Bring your own (20:45); John McCallum is openly inviting 'foreign interference' from China in upcoming Canadian election: Scheer (43:18); Justice minister approves second device for testing drivers' saliva for cannabis use (1:04:18); Rant or Rave (1:27:12)

Waterloo Pentecostal Assembly Sermons

Timing

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First Baptist Church Sermons

Dirty Dogs - Psalm 22:16-31

In this Communion message Pastor Snell speaks from Psalm 22 in part 6 of this message series.

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 12: SIS Sites, Bombardier, and Self-Driving Cars

The opening monologue (0:56); Cambridge grassroots group says drug site is not a solution (2:20); 28 Canadians died in the Dominican Republic this year amid concerns over American tourist deaths (21:20); There are better, cheaper ways to get Canadians the medications they need (43:09); Everything you need to know about the future of self-driving cars (1:03:52); Friday Four Panel. Topics: Who's responsible for the layoffs at Bombardier? / How can we prevent crashes with the LRT vehicles? / Have we taken a step back in politics with no female representative at the Premier's meeting in Saskatoon? / Is having more access to alcohol bad for our health as the Toronto Public Health Chief Medical Officer suggests? (1:25:27)

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 11: Bombardier, Healthcare, and Music

The opening monologue (0:56); Bombardier to lay off 550 workers at Thunder Bay plant (21:02); Orillia Wants Controversial Samuel de Champlain Tribute Back Up (43:25); DeGroot will publish final arts & culture column this weekend (1:04:34); Provincial budget cuts could see over 500 healthcare workers gone in K-W Region (1:26:09); The Flip Side: What the the first album you ever bought? (1:47:07)

Ways We Work

Ep.7 - Balancing growth with the belief you are enough right now with Lily Rogers & Amena Agbaje

This week's episode is a discussion between myself and two of my colleagues and friends Lily and Amena. I reached out to both of them to get their perspective on how you can continue to grow and evolve in your career and other areas of your life, while also believing you are enough just how you are right now. We touch on things like being allowed to change if that's what you really want, getting comfortable with having different seasons to your life and how self-confidence can give you the space to imagine what else you might want to explore or try. We also dig into hustle culture, mom culture and even mom-hustle culture, and the importance of defining your own version of what success looks like in all areas of your life. My own personal takeaways from this conversation were the importance of letting your life have seasons, you can do anything you want but you can't do everything at the same time. I also personally took away how painful it can be to be motivated by the feeling that you're not good enough as you are right now, instead of being motivated by curiousity and excitement. You can tell both Lily and Amena have put a lot of work into reflecting on what's worked and what hasn't for them and I'm so grateful they both agreed to share their insightful perspectives in this episode. I would really love to hear what you think of this episode and if you'd like to see more discussions like this so please take a few minutes to leave a review or send a message on Twitter @wayswework.

Mike Farwell Show

July 10: Summer learning program, Access to alcohol in Canada, and What's on Wednesday?

The opening monologue (0:56); Ontario looks to 'minimize summer learning loss' with $6 million math program (21:03); 'Back to zero:' Canada's premiers gather in Saskatoon, but none are women (43:45); Motorcycle road safety in Ontario (1:02:46); Toronto's top doctor sounds alarm on province's loosened alcohol regulations (1:25:35); What's on Wednesday! (1:46:21); Five Minutes with Farwell (2:02:30)

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 9: LRT Crashes, Democracy, and Processed Foods

The opening monologue (0:56); How can vehicles co-exist with LRT trains? (21:14); Justice Canada 'tweets and deletes' regarding new drunk driving law (44:32); Fake snake gets Cambridge man banned from council meetings for a third time (1:04:12); Have we been wrongfully shunning 'ultra-processed' foods all along? (1:27:21); Mental Health Monthly segment (1:45:56)

KW Linux User Group(KWLUG)

2019-07: Docker Swarm, Life in a Terminal Window

Mikalai Birukou discusses Docker and Docker Swarm. Paul Nijjar discusses terminal window applications. See kwlug.org/node/1169 for additional information, slides and other auxiliary materials. Note that this audio has had silences clipped. Also, the recorder stopped recording unexpectedly a couple of times, so we lost several minutes of audio.

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 8: Education, Fake News, and Dogs in Hot Cars

The opening monologue (0:56); Dog rescued from hot car: Group says it receives 40 calls a week (21:22); The Future Favours Creative Kids. Why Doesn't Our Education System? (43:15); Canadians divided on fake news and social media (1:05:02); Rant or Rave: You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:27:07)

Waterloo Pentecostal Assembly Sermons

Beauty

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First Baptist Church Sermons

Genesis: The Missing Piece of the Puzzle

In this special Answers in Genesis Sunday, Calvin Smith taught on the topic, Genesis: The Missing Piece of the Puzzle.

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 5: Drive-Thrus, Education Funding, and The Region of Waterloo Airport

The opening monologue (0:56); Should Drive-Thrus be eliminated? (20:17); Cutting teachers no way to modernize education system, says People for Education (42:49); Waterloo Region asking for feedback on $375-million airport master plan (1:02:57); Friday Four Panel. Topics: Should public transport be free? / Should city councillors be full-time positions? / Should financial literacy be a part of Ontario's Grade 10 curriculum? / Did the City of Kitchener handle the Kiwanis Park incident properly? (1:24:55)

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 4: Public Transit, The OCS Store, and Social Media

The opening monologue (0:56); Should public transit be free? (22:39); Ontario to issue 50 new cannabis store licences, eight to go to First Nations (44:40); Instagram obsessed: Can we vacation without posting every moment? (1:04:13); Canadians say country split between ordinary folks and elites. But what is an elite? (1:27:14); The Flip Side: Is there something you borrowed, but never returned? (1:50:22)

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 3: Parking Restrictions City Council Size, and Financial Literacy

The opening monologue (0:56); Family says they were asked to leave pool over daughter's special needs (20:27); 'This is crazy': strict 3-hour Cambridge parking enforcement angers residents, councillor (42:55); New Ontario Grade 10 career studies curriculum to include financial literacy (1:03:39); City looking at reviewing ward boundaries and size of council (1:25:24); What's on Wednesday! (1:45:46)

Pull the Plug

PTP 318 - July 3, 2019 - BLT Substitutes, Words by Musicians, Sucks to Suck, and a Canada Day Quiz

Opening

- BLT sandwich without tomatoes recipes

Friends by Pretty to Think

Words Invented by Musicians

- Article from A.Side

Midnight Runner by Emilio Bonito

Sucks to Suck

- Ticketmaster gets what’s coming to it

- Vestiville Festival gets cancelled

- Man arrested for clogging toilets

- Straight Pride Parade receives glitter package

Invincible by Jaclyn VanHappen

Entertainment Update

- Midsommar trailer

- Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer

- Crawl trailer

- The Art of Self Defence trailer

- The Lion King trailer

Wait (feat. Stacey Dowswell) by Mark Martyre

Canada Day Quiz

- From Huffington Post

Maryjane’s Last Dance (Tom Petty Cover) by Justin Briner

Closing

- Story time with Phil Marques


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Full Stack Radio

118: Aaron Gustafson - Semantic HTML: The Hard Parts

In this episode, Adam talks to Aaron Gustafson about authoring semantic HTML in the context of web applications, where choosing the right element can be a lot more complicated than it seems.

Topics include:

  • Can you have more than one "h1" on page?
  • How important is heading order?
  • Why not everything that looks like a heading should necessarily be a heading
  • Why you may want to include invisible headings in some situations
  • What the document outline is and how your use of headings impacts it
  • How to make your heading levels dynamic to make your components more flexible
  • What a "sectioning context" is
  • Can you have multiple "article" elements on one page?
  • What even is an "article" anyways?
  • How to use elements like "section" and "aside" properly
  • Should navigation items be in lists?
  • Why Aaron can't remember the last time he used a "span"

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Links:

  • Aaron's personal website
  • HTML5 Element Flowchart from html5 Doctor

Mike Farwell Show

Jul 2: Tent Cities, Climate Change, and Homelessness

The opening monologue (0:56); Tent city in Kitchener being told to pack up (21:20); Open Letter to MP Raitt regarding climate change (42:55); One Roof Youth Services announces move to new facilities this fall (1:18:13); Ask the Chief!: Bryan Larkin stops by for his monthly visit to answer all your policing questions (1:25:54)

Waterloo Pentecostal Assembly Sermons

The Grace of Giving

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First Baptist Church Sermons

Closing Argument - John 12:44-50

In this special Canada Day Service we hear a message from Pastor Snell titled "Closing Argument" from John 12:44-50.

The Devil's Cut Podcast

S03E08: "Stop, Amalgamate and Listen"

On the finale of season 3 we have guest hosts Anne and Sam discussing the taboo topic of amalgamation in Waterloo Region. Oh, and we talk about musical supergroups and collaborations, too!

On Wisdom Podcast

Episode 18: The End of the World is Nigh: Polarised Tribes, Passionate Words, and the Partisan Brain (with Jay Van Bavel)

How did politics get so damn polarised? Jay Van Bavel joins Igor and Charles to discuss political polarisation, the partisan brain, the inexorable rise of superheroes in dark times, the misperceptions of polarisation levels, and how to reach out to other tribes. Igor highlights the partisanship-transcending benefits of a Watchmen-style alien invasion, Jay proposes the judicious use of ‘off-ramps’ when engaging with loved-ones from across the political divide, and Charles learns that even the abstract purity of Mathematics is not immune from the tentacles of partisanship when guns are involved. Welcome to Episode 18.

Special Guest: Jay Van Bavel.

Links:

  • Social Perception and Evaluation Lab
  • The dangers of the partisan brain | Jay Van Bavel | TEDxSkoll - YouTube
  • The Partisan Brain: An Identity-Based Model of Political Belief - ScienceDirect
  • Emotion shapes the diffusion of moralized content in social networks - Brady, Wills, Jost, Tucker and Van Bavel (2016)
  • An Ideological Asymmetry in the Diffusion of Moralized Content on Social Media Among Political Leaders - Brady, Wills, Burkart, Jost, Van Bavel (2018)
  • How to go viral: stick to your morals but add a hint of emotion | WIRED UK
  • What Brexit can teach us about the psychology of fear - Vox
  • Letters to Young Scientists | Science | AAAS

The Devil's Cut Podcast

S04E01: "Brass Monkeys & Gutter Mimosas"

Weeeeee'rrrreeeee baaaaaaaaaccck! That's right, we're hitting you up with the premiere episode of season 4 of the Devil's Cut Podcast. On today's show we have good friend Jess talking all things booze and music.

Mike Farwell Show

Jun 28: Idling Trains, The ION, and Canada Day

The opening monologue (0:56); Canada has 'broad international coalition' of support on China file (20:01); 'They are a nuisance': Waterloo neighbourhood frustrated by idling trains (43:12); Canada Day in Wilmot (1:00:00); Rangers take Finnish defender in first round of CHL Import Draft (1:05:03); Friday Four Panel. Topics: Should the Region have put in park and ride parking at Conestoga Mall for the ION trains? / Should we ban right hand turns on red lights? / Is it important for municipalities to declare climate emergencies like Kitchener council did? / Should governments be more careful on who they appoint for positions within government? (1:26:51)

Mike Farwell Show

Jun 27: The Carbon Tax, Driving, and Bad Behaviour

The opening monologue (0:56); Right-wing extremists added to Canadian watchlist for the first time (20:41); Should the Region ban right hand turns on a red light? (43:58); New leadership at Cambridge shelter drawing on a wealth of experience (1:05:11); Why the Liberals may as well scrap their carbon tax (1:27:02); The Flip Side: Bad Movie Behaviour (1:48:03)

Mike Farwell Show

Jun 26: ION Parking Issues, Single-Use Plastics, and VIA Rail

The opening monologue (0:56); Some residents reportedly receiving warnings for parking at Conestoga Mall to use ION (22:08); Ontario reviewing political appointments after latest accusation of nepotism (43:31); Canada Infrastructure Bank to work with Via Rail on high-frequency passenger rail plan (1:04:03); Why Canada's single-use plastic ban could help the environment and wildlife (1:28:07); What's on Wednesday! (1:48:10)

Pull the Plug

PTP 317 - June 26, 2019 - C-Ro-Mo Visits, Sucks to Suck, Breakfast Opinions, and Being Socially Awkward

Opening

- It’s National Catfish Day

- Do fish have butts?

- Sleeping in a bed with a dog is good for women

Someday by Lumberjunk

We’re Really Angry

Charades by Sarah Bernardo

Sucks to Suck

- Worker dies from meat mixer

- Priest wants to spray city with holy water from helicopter

- Neo-Nazi’s have their festival ruined (good)

I Can Dream by Among Millions

Entertainment Update

- Toy Story 4 reviews

- Midsommar trailer

- Bat Nipples

Ghost (Cover) by ZAYA

Amber Wild’s Birthday

- Her filmography (SUPER NSFW)

One Day You Will Be Right by Paul Federici

C-Ro-Mo’s Breakeepoo

Broken Halos (Cover) by Kevin Foster

Buzzfeed - Would You Rather?

- The Hardest Breakfast Would You Rather (Not really)

Open Season by Toui Manikhouth

Closing


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Mike Farwell Show

Jun 25: Climate Emergency, Abortion, and Airlines

Mike Farwell Show

Jun 24: LRT, Taxes, and Self-Driving Cars

The opening monologue (0:56); Is the LRT squeezing out affordable housing? (22:37); Canadian corporations dodged up to $11B in taxes in a year, CRA report finds (44:03); What's in a name? When it comes to trusting self-driving technology, a lot (1:04:51); Rant or Rave: You're up! The stage is yours. Give us a call to tell us what has you ranting or raving! (1:27:24)

Waterloo Pentecostal Assembly Sermons

Offerings

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Mike Farwell Show

Jun 21: ION Launch, Islamophobia, and Traffic Calming

The opening monologue (0:56); With Ion on track, Ken Seiling's vision comes to life (21:22); Report on Islamophobia in Waterloo Region released (44:16); Traffic calming in Cambridge (1:05:36); Friday Four Panel. Topics: Ion is here. Now what? / What do you make of the Premier's cabinet shuffle? / How will you remember the Raptors parade? / Is tech good? (1:26:58)

Mike Farwell Show

Jun 20: ION Launch, CTS Sites, and Laziness

The opening monologue (0:56); Strong opposition to CTS site in Cambridge, but Council moves forward (21:29); LRT launches tomorrow, here's what you need to know (44:32); Anti-street-harassment campaign launches in downtown Kitchener (1:26:19); The Flip Side: Next level lazy (1:49:05)

Full Stack Radio

117: Mitchell Hamilton - Writing CSS-in-JS with Emotion

In this episode, Adam talks to Mitchell Hamilton about writing your styles directly in your JavaScript components using the CSS-in-JS library Emotion.

Topics include:

  • What CSS-in-JS even is
  • What Emotion does differently than other CSS-in-JS libraries
  • How to actually use Emotion to style your projects
  • How the JSX pragma works and what it's for
  • How Emotion works under the hood
  • Performance
  • Adding global styles to your project
  • Style re-use and composition in Emotion
  • Using Emotion with server-side rendering

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Links:

  • Emotion
  • Glam
  • Glamor
  • Glamorous
  • Styled Components
  • JSX pragma
  • CSSStyleSheet.insertRule()
  • Global styles in Emotion
  • Server-side rendering in Emotion

Mud Dive

Mega Churches

Mike Farwell Show

Jun 19: On Location At The True North Tech Conference 2019

The opening monologue (0:56); Coverage of The True North Tech Conference (1:12)

Ways We Work

Ep. 6 - Jannell Lo, Chef at J&P Grocery, private catering chef and food blogger

This week my guest is Jannell Lo, she’s a chef at J&P Grocery in Kitchener, Ontario, a private catering chef on the side and runs the food blog MyBFisGF.com - which she describes as gluten free cooking inspired by asian classics and Canadan comfort food. She’s lived and worked in many places around the world and shares how her eight years in the culinary industry helped her discover the parts of working in food she was most passionate about and led her to where she is now. We talk about how she balances serving food she knows will sell with bringing her own creations and new flavours to the community. She shares her own experience working in the intensity of the food industry, dealing with extreme stress and eventually discovering how to bring balance to her work. It was fun to have the opportunity to do an interview in person and get to know someone in my community better. And with that, we’ll get into it.



Pull the Plug

PTP 316 - June 19, 2019 - Sugar Daddy Life, A Music Industry Disaster, and Sucks to Suck

Opening

- Lysol’s first intended use

- Corn Flakes were made to stop masturbation

Sunny Days by The Johnstones

Living That Sugar Daddy Life

- Article from LadBible

Comfortably Numb by The Boys

We’re Really Angry

Oh Luna by Mark Martyre

Entertainment Update

- Dark Phoenix reviews on Rotten Tomatoes

- M.I.B. reviews on Rotten Tomatoes

- Child’s Play posters

- Yesterday trailer

- Midsommar trailer

- Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer

- Glorious music video

You Girl by Jarek Hardy

Staci Thorn’s Birthday

- Her filmography (SUPER NSFW)

Crazy Love (Cover) by Lumberjack

Sucks to Suck

- Horny birds cause blackout

- Crow stills crime scene evidence

- Man has 9-day erection

Golden Days by Justin Briner

The Biggest Disaster in the History of the Music Business

- NY Times Article

Love and War by Brenan Clarke

Would You Rather?

- Cookie Edition

Sink or Swim by Megan Colley

Closing


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Mike Farwell Show

Jun 18: ION Launch, Healthcare, and Minor Baseball

The opening monologue (0:56); Daughter pleads for answers after dad's marker destroyed at Cambridge cemetery (20:59); The Ford government's sale of Provincial Health Care (44:01); Downtown Kitchener BIA and Uptown BIA to co-host huge party to celebrate ION launch (1:05:37); True North Tech Conference (1:28:25); KMBA Baseball Day (1:48:36)

Mike Farwell Show

Jun 17: Raptors Championship Parade Coverage

The opening monologue (0:56); F-Bombs during live TV championship celebrations (20:52); Raptors Championship parade coverage (44:24)

Waterloo Pentecostal Assembly Sermons

Lying To The Holy Spirit

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First Baptist Church Sermons

Dad's Duty? Come In Clean! - 1Timothy 1:5; 3:9; 5:22

In this special Father's Day service, Pastor Snell shares a message from 1Timothy.

Mike Farwell Show

Jun 14: Autism, Payday Loans, and The Raptors

The opening monologue (0:56); Families of children with autism under severe pressure, Laurier study finds (3:21); The Beer Store recycling program could be casualty as Ford puts beer in corner stores (21:58); Kawhi Leonard a Raptor forever after leading franchise to first title (44:03); Honour or Insult? Canadians divided over movement to change Indigenous sports team names (1:03:21); Friday Four Panel. Topics: Is Kitchener right in limiting the number of payday loan locations that are allowed within city limits? / Should backyard chickens be allowed in the city? / Is a ban on single use plastics a step in the right direction for Canada? / Should the Catholic school board allow the pride flag to be flown at St. David's Catholic Secondary School? (1:26:37)