Manitobaville

Manitobaville

It takes a village to raise a province! Each week, host Mihangel and a special guest dig deeper into topics about our province and our world. Featuring a long list of interesting Manitobans, this podcast explores our issues, our people and our lives and why we call Manitoba home. New and old themes in a rapidly changing time. You can support and learn more about the Manitobaville podcast by visiting www.manitobaville.ca

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May 26, 2022 57 min

If you have never touched a horse in your life, Symatree Farm is for you! Owner, Kathy Asseiro, wants to help you understand your energy levels by working with horses to get into better rhythm with the world. It’s an insightful look into the human psyche and the truth-telling of the equine species.

Symatree Farm is located just outside of Hazelridge, MB. A short journey that will take you a long way! It takes a village to raise a p...

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Suuuu-Eeeeeee!!! In this episode, Mihangel finally gets the call right! Katie Jones joins the pod to discuss raising Wild Boar, the many misconceptions that people have about the animals, what the animals are like in personality and how they have their own unique taste. They are perfect for our climate, don’t carry disease and are
available for sale in halves and whole...

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Vita will be firecrackin’ on the First of July! Belinda Kerda joins Mihangel to stoke the excitement and invite all y’all down to take in the festivities, activities, ball tournament, food and all the good folks who know how to throw a Canada Day party! It’s happening July 1-3, 2022. It takes a village to raise a province!

Topics Covered:
• Slo-Pitch Ball Tournament
• Perogies, kubasa (kielbasa)
• Mechanical Bulls
• Runnin’ for the bor...

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Harry Siemens is a household name in many parts of Manitoba. If you haven’t heard of him, it's because you don’t farm, ranch or grow vegetables. His show Siemens Says brought us together with the Farm Report where we learned about the agricultural community, commodity prices or just to see which way the wind was blowing!

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May 5, 2022 54 min

Hay Hay, It’s the Haileys, and they’re gonna tell you all about it on the pod! Hailey(s) Legary, Hunter, Matiation talk being an all-female band, music development, and future goals for the band. It’s an exciting time as they are in the midst of auditioning a fourth Hailey who will take on lead guitar duties. Get out and catch a show, and say that you saw them when...

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The Inglis Elevators, giants of the prairies! A National Heritage Site that Bert Marshall and Ernie Neubauer know quite a bit about them. The pair helped to save, refurbish and curate them into a tourist destination. The elevators represent a bygone era
when communities thrived, when a farm could be small and profitable, roads were passable and cost-effective to maintain. Stay tuned after the discussion to get a tour of the elevator...

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Dr. Gordon Goldsborough is interested in reconnecting abandoned buildings and their history. This hobby has led to a couple of books on the subject, Abandoned Manitoba and More Abandoned Manitoba. Much of our history has been lost to time. Dr. Goldsborough is trying to save some of it through his interest in abandoned buildings and his association with the Manitoba Historical Society. 

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All Chris Burke-Gaffney ever wanted was a little success. Through hard work and dedication, he got it. It wasn’t a miracle, even though some might see it that way. In this episode, an incredible prairie boy tells us about pursuing his dreams in the big city. Now, thousands of songs later, we want to say thank you. Our record library is better for you efforts!

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April 14, 2022 67 min

In part II, S.L.Y. wants his activism to make a difference. His work includes speaking for missing and murdered women and minority voices. There are things going on that we don’t see as a society. S.L.Y. boldly brings attention to many issues we often don't want to be brought to light. Listen in as we dive into S.L.Y.’s activism and community-minded spirit.

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April 14, 2022 90 min

S.L.Y. is putting Winnipeg on the world music map! Having travelled extensively, performing at events nationally as well as around the globe, he brings his insights to the local scene. An energetic wordsmith, S.L.Y. is an engaging and entertaining performer and individual. His activism includes speaking for missing and murdered women and girls in addition to other minority voices, wherever they be found. It’s a whirlwind interview ...

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April 14, 2022 58 min

Ryan Brook needs our help to eliminate the wild pig problem. All types of pigs, including wild boars, have interbred and are causing devastation to our ecology. Sport hunting, partial trapping and other forms of harassment are ineffective, as the pigs learn from our behaviours and go further underground. They use the provincial parks to their advantage in the same way other wildlife have learned to do. Current collar mapping has sh...

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Every year Lisa Tretiak and her team at Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre help injured wildlife get back on their feet and wings. We know that humans have a giant impact on the environment, whether it's through building highways and vehicles hitting them, using windows in architecture, and buildings on migration paths. Triage plays a large role in determining if an animal can be rehabilitated or if its injuries will effect...

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Brian Campbell is Out of His Mind, literally! And you can buy the book and read all about it! The book is a work in 8 parts covering most aspects of life, revealing Brian’s viewpoint through his life experiences. From the age of 12, Brian has been on his writer’s journey. And, it’s not over yet! Mihangel learns all the new self-publishing tricks and how COVID 19 sidelined Brian’s marketing plan. As things open back up, so it will b...

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Dr. Teresa De Kievet, Associate Dean of Special Initiatives at the UofM, takes a break from co-organizing the 2022 Turtle Island Indigenous Science Conference at the University of Manitoba to discuss oral history and storytelling in Indigenous science and its new role in shaping, what we would call, traditional western views. It’s akin to looking through the other end of the microscope and finding the holistic vision of a world we ...

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April 14, 2022 71 min

Classic rock historian & scribe John Einarson drops by the pod to talk about the music biz as it was. John has authored or co-authored over a dozen books covering subjects like Neil Young, The Guess Who, Randy Bachman, Buffalo Springfield, Ian & Sylvia, the Byrds and Steppenwolf. In this episode we cover subjects ranging from
breaking into the big-time, needling record deals and management fails. The record biz is a real two...

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Ryan Nesbitt publishes Crossroads This Week, a community newspaper serving an approximate 4,000 square mile area northwest of Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. The  communities served in this predominately agricultural area are Birtle, Hamiota, Rossburn and Shoal Lake. Ryan explains to Mihangel that the publication, which is mailed every Friday to 2,900 subscribers, contains local, regional and sports news that is of interest to the subsc...

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Every monument tells a story, baby! And Meghan Kjartanson has made it her mission to find out every one in Manitoba. She's likely been to your community, she has met oral traditionalists, and she’s here to tell Mihangel all about her monumental journey of discovery! The book is out now, so check out the link below. 

You can support and learn more about the Manitobaville podcast by visiting www.manitobaville.ca

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Shaun Cameron is helping out in a very public way, serving his first term as a Brandon city councillor, Ward 4. Mihangel, having spent some time in Brandon (back in the day...) has a great time discussing why the city is so clean, metropolitan and happy! 

You can support and learn more about the Manitobaville podcast by visiting www.manitobaville.ca

Topics Covered:
• Shaun’s passion in education
• Getting into politics
• Saving the Ro...

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April 14, 2022 60 min

A great chat with Nathan Zahn about Science First, a facts-first organization that helps develop ideas on how to best help the environment (ie: the earth that we all rely on to stay alive)! This interview first aired September 26,
2020.

You can support and learn more about the Manitobaville podcast by visiting www.manitobaville.ca

Topics Covered:
• Evidence-based policies
• Big societal change due to covid
• United Statesians v. the ac...

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Ahoy Ye! I be parleying with musician, producer, business owner, husband and father, John Paul Peters. Mihangel has some questions about the state of the recording industry and John Paul has answers. We also explore disparate islands of thoughts along the way. So drop anchor, hoist the Jolly Roger, and pour another measure of Captain Morgan Spiced. It’s an allegro chat on the High C’s. This interview first aired December 2, 2020.

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