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Sometimes words just aren't enough.

Chatting with Casey takes the storytelling style many have come to love from Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad and brings it to the next level with solid monologues, killer conversations, and an energy that just won't quit no matter HOW hard you try!

We chat family, food, travel, tech, fashion and faith—come check us out every Monday!

Chatting with Casey Casey E. Palmer

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Sometimes words just aren't enough.

Chatting with Casey takes the storytelling style many have come to love from Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad and brings it to the next level with solid monologues, killer conversations, and an energy that just won't quit no matter HOW hard you try!

We chat family, food, travel, tech, fashion and faith—come check us out every Monday!

    Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week 2019 Special — Episode 004: Get a Check Up from the Neck Up!

    Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week 2019 Special — Episode 004: Get a Check Up from the Neck Up!

    Our fourth episode in the Children's Mental Health Week podcast series is a conversation with Laurie McCann — mom, police officer, and anti-bullying advocate — on her experience with children's mental health and what we need to do to build a future that takes it seriously.

    • 16 min.
    Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week 2019 Special — Episode 003: Toronto Isn't Everything: Mental Health Across the Province

    Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week 2019 Special — Episode 003: Toronto Isn't Everything: Mental Health Across the Province

    In the third podcast in the Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week Special, we chat with Patti Rantala from Thunder Bay who helps remind us that Ontario's more than just the Greater Toronto Area. Things can be very different in the north, and we need to understand where everyone's coming from if we want to find a solution.

    Courtesy of Children's Mental Health Ontario, it's episode three—Toronto Isn't Everything: Mental Health Across the Province!

    • 14 min.
    Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week 2019 Special — Episode 002: Let's Not Take Mental Health for Granted!

    Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week 2019 Special — Episode 002: Let's Not Take Mental Health for Granted!

    For the second podcast in the Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week Special, I'm chatting with Irwin Elman—the former Ontario Child Advocate—about the state of children's mental health services in our province, what he learned in more than a decade of service in the role, and the things we can do to build a future that our children can feel safe in.

    Courtesy of Children's Mental Health Ontario, it's episode two—Let's Not Take Mental Health for Granted!

    • 19 min.
    Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week 2019 Special — Episode 001: Why Children's Mental Health Matters

    Chatting with Casey Children's Mental Health Week 2019 Special — Episode 001: Why Children's Mental Health Matters

    It's Children's Mental Health Week, and I've partnered with Children's Mental Health Ontario to bring some additional exposure to some very real stories about children and the struggles they've endured in a world that's only growing more complicated.

    To kick the week off, I chatted with Kimberly Moran, CMHO's CEO, about what CMHO does, why Children's Mental Health Week is important, and what we can all do to be part of the solution.

    Come give it a listen and check out more at cmho.org!

    • 21 min.
    Playing with People's Attention

    Playing with People's Attention

    In Chatting with Casey #17, I sit with Nelson Caetano, Toronto artist, husband and father to chat about our shared histories as comic book fans and creators and his upcoming project The Gathering Place!

    • 53 min.
    "Where You From?" — Why 'Black Canadian' isn't JUST ONE THING.

    "Where You From?" — Why 'Black Canadian' isn't JUST ONE THING.

    In Live from the 3.5's third chapter for 2019, we examine the question "Where are you from?"—one that every Canadian person of colour's been asked at one point or another. Not what block, not what city—what country your roots trace back to.

    In this episode, I got together with Sherley Joseph from the Black Canadian Content Creators Facebook group, who's Haitian-Canadian, familiar with podcasting, and has some things to say!

    Make sure to check this out!

    • 25 min.

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