130 episodes

The Well Endowed Podcast

The Well Endowed Podcast The Well Endowed Podcast

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The Well Endowed Podcast

    Episode 129 – Throwback: From Dusk ‘Til …A Little After Midnight.

    Episode 129 – Throwback: From Dusk ‘Til …A Little After Midnight.

    On this episode we’re revisiting the Alberta Community Bat Program, where we get up close with these fascinating nocturnal mammals. We go to the Glory Hills Conservation Site  to learn more about bats in Alberta, why they are so important to our ecosystem and the white-nose syndrome that is putting them at risk. This story is a throw-back, originally posted back on October 17, 2019. Links: Help our local bats with the Alberta Community Bat Program. Learn more about bats with Cory Olson. Become a Citizen Scientist. Check out the Wildlife Conservation Society Canada. Find out more about conservation scientist Cori Lausen. Explore the Glory […]

    • 34 min
    Episode 128 – Knowmadic

    Episode 128 – Knowmadic

    On this episode, Our correspondent, Amal Mohamud, introduces us to musician and community organizer: Ahmed Ali, AKA Knowmadic. Teachers can play one of the most significant roles helping youth find their callings. For Ahmed, it was an ESL teacher who used Maya Angelou and Tupac Shakur to teach English that helped the Somali-Canadian poet, writer, actor, musician, and activist find his voice in his new country. Since then, Ahmed has become one of Edmonton’s most celebrated artists. In 2020 he was a recipient of the Edmonton Artists’ Trust Fund . This fund is a collective project between the Edmonton Arts […]

    • 21 min
    Episode 127 – Windmill Microlending

    Episode 127 – Windmill Microlending

    On this episode, our correspondent, Emily Rendell-Watson, introduces us to Windmill Microlending. This innovative charity provides micro loans to help immigrants and refugees continue their careers in Canada. Great for individuals who are making a new home here, and great for our community’s labour and economic needs! Links: Find out more about Windmill Microlending. Check out their 2021 Impact Report. Have questions? Connect with Sarah Stuewe, Associate Director of Philanthropy at Windmill Microlending: sarah@teamwindmill.org See more about Jaiganesh (Jay) Ravindrababu – Co-owner/Physiotherapist at Turning Point Physical Therapy. ECF Happenings: Watch the Well-Endowed Web Show! Read the latest on our blog. Check out our ECF […]

    • 23 min
    Episode 126 – A New Standard for Long-Term Care

    Episode 126 – A New Standard for Long-Term Care

    On this episode our correspondent, Emily Rendell-Watson, explores long term care in Canada. In January of 2022, the Health Standards Organization (HSO)released a draft of proposed changes to Canada’s Long-Term Care Services Guidelines. The draft opened an important discussion around senior care amid the COVID-19 pandemic. How we advocate for seniors today defines what our experience will be as we age. So, we asked Emily to find out more about how Edmontonians are feeling about the proposed changes. Links: See the proposed changes to the Canada’s Long-Term Care Services Guidelines. Check out the HSO’s process to develop a new standard […]

    • 33 min
    Episode 125 – Scratching the Surface

    Episode 125 – Scratching the Surface

    On this episode, we scratch the surface of Edmonton’s history with racism: a huge topic that impacts many communities, each in unique ways. Our correspondent Emily Rendell-Watson explores this topic with Dr. Bukola Salami, Dr. Yvonne Chiu and Nneka Otogbolu. The history of racism in Edmonton is the focus of our latest Vital Topic. It isn’t possible to tell the whole story of this history in just an episode, or a single Vital Signs report. But we want to bring attention to a few aspects of this history, with the understanding that there is still more for us to learn.  With […]

    • 31 min
    Episode 124 – Narwhal On The Prairies

    Episode 124 – Narwhal On The Prairies

    On this episode, our correspondent, Oumar Salifou, finds out about the award winning, non-profit, online magazine: The Narwhal.  The Narwhal publishes investigative journalism about Canada’s natural world. The Narwhal first launched in 2018 and has since won several awards and grown its coverage across Canada. Most recently opening a Prairie bureau here in Edmonton. Links: Check out The Narwhal’s stories from the Prairies. See more stories from The Narwhal. Find out more about their journalism. Hear more of Oumar Salifou’s work on  the Is This For Real? podcast. ECF Happenings: Watch the Well-Endowed Web Show! Read the latest on our blog. […]

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

proctologist_extraordinaire ,

edmonton!

great guests and topics, highlighting so many things I did not know about Edmonton!

Miss Ramdini ,

💛💛💛

Just listened to the latest episode on Black mental health within Edmonton. Thank you so much for having Bukola Salami and Noreen Sibanda on to speak about this important issue 🙌🏾!!

Zee Munakampala ,

Zee Munakampala

Very awesome podcast
Very informative..
Love!love!
Good job.🙂

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