Host Nolan Bicknell talks to people about the Causes they care about and the Effect it has on their lives. BeCause & Effect is a podcast of The Winnipeg Foundation.
Episode 90 - Cam Bennett, Cinematoba
Cam Bennet, Program Manager of Cinematoba, talks about his four decades of experience in film and TV production, the current landscape of creative media content, and what we hope to bring to life through our brand new storytelling initiative: Cinematoba.
Episode 89 - Shahina Siddiqui, Islamic Social Services Association
Shahina Siddiqui, Volunteer Executive Director of the Islamic Social Services Association, talks about life, her faith, her career with ISSA and the wonderful work they’re doing, and how our community can collectively heal in a post-COVID world.
Episode 88 - Yvette Cenerini, Mentoring Artists for Women's Art
Yvette Cenerini talks about her career as a franco-Métis visual artist out of Winnipeg, how she uses art to help youth understand themselves and the world around them, and how we can connect with art on our path to reconciliation.
Episode 87 - Adam Glynn, 93.7 FM CJNU
Adam Glynn, Station Manager for 93.7 CJNU in Winnipeg, talks about his journey to Canada and the immigration process, the value and staying power of community radio, and how CJNU soldiered through the pandemic without missing a beat.
Episode 86 - Janell Henry & Daina Warren, Urban Shaman
Daina Warren and Janell Henry from Urban Shaman Gallery, talk about revitalizing indigenous languages through art, connecting language back to culture, and Urban Shaman’s mission to continue supporting indigenous artists into the future.
Episode 85 - Monika Pichor, Ka Ni Kanichihk
Monika Pichor, Program Coordinator of The Butterfly Club through Ka Ni Kanichihk, talks about reconnecting youth with their culture, the importance of truth in reconciliation, and the reciprocity of mentorship.
Love it, very informative
Nolan is great. He’s easy to listen to and makes his guests feel at ease. Keep it up!
Made my commute fly by!
And I feel so inspired to get involved in my community. I enjoyed listening to the interviews with these guests so far. Listening to Kal talk about Churchill brought tears to my eyes. Excited to see who’s next on the show!
Professional and researched. Well done Winnipeg Foundation. Keep the train rolling.