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In this episode, Mikayla discusses her roles in the Blow The Whistle on Racism tournament such as writing and presenting a land acknowledgement and preparing silent auction items. Mikayla really dives into what it means to be an ally, and starts to…

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Welcome back to the Social Change Makers Podcast! Amy continues her exploration of business management through a conversation with Abbey about good and bad business practices. Furthermore, they begin to discuss some of the pillars of white supremacy…

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In this podcast hosted by Zenya, we learn about her baba (grandmother), Tamara, and her immigration to Canada from Germany after her parents were displaced from their home country, Ukraine. Topics that we discussed were, how she and her parents…

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Welcome back to Destigmatize Your Mind. This week on episode 4, Simon and Abbey go over some asexual and aromantic micro labels. This is the second part to a two part podcast. Enjoy!

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This week, Amy brings on Brenda Hollingsworth of Auger Hollingsworth Law Firm to discuss how they operate and run their successful business, as well as what they do in the law field. Amy asks about the shift to working at home, typical cases and…

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In this podcast hosted by Zenya, we learn about Gert Jurgeneit and his immigration to Canada from Germany. Topics that we discussed were, how his life was like when he first arrived in Canada and how that changed over time, if he thinks Toronto is…

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In this podcast, R.I.S.E. student Amy interviews a local personal injury lawyer, her father, David Hollingsworth. We touch on the hardest parts of the job, the best parts of the job and the background of David Hollingsworth personally. We even discuss…

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In this episode of the Social Change Makers Podcast, two R.I.S.E. students, Jacob and Tristan sit down to discuss their projects. They are both focusing on youth mental health and they share their projects, discuss the importance and break down some…

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On episode 3 of Destigmatize Your Mind, Abbey and Simon discuss Mental Health Awareness Week, and scratch the surface of asexual, and aromantic identities.

Crisis Connections
CMHA Crisis- 705-728-5044
Trans Lifeline- 1-877-330-6366
LGBTQ2+ Youth…

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Tristan had the opportunity to chat with Yimiao, one of the student teachers, to touch on how mental health is viewed in China. In this episode, Tristan interviews Yimiao to learn more about youth mental health in China.

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Author

Stephen Hurley
Chief Catalyst, voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer.

He has a strong relationship with the EdCan Network (formerly the Canadian Education Association), an organization that inspired the launch and evolution of voicEd Radio Canada.

Hurley believes that stronger connections between education research, practice and policy are essential to the type of change that will be necessary in Canada's public education systems moving forward.