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The Dialog Podcast
23 minutes | Apr 22, 2019
Inside The Ontario Autism Program - Episode 16
In this episode of The Dialog Podcast, Jennifer Donnelly, coordinator of the Autism and Behaviour Science program at George Brown College, Toronto, ON and Lisa Cressman, applied behaviour analysts at a center for kids with autism, explain how an intensive therapy works and what the changes in the Ontario Autism Program may cause to these kids who attend these centers. Also, Lisa Yakeley shares the story of her five-year-old daughter Lauren, diagnosed by the age of two with autism, and whom one hundred thousands dollars a year treatment may be partially cut by the government as soon as she turns six.
21 minutes | Mar 29, 2019
Unpaid internships and the Quebec strike - Episode 15
Miriam Lafontaine, a journalism student at Concordia University, Montreal Quebec, tells us her involvement on the student strike movement against unpaid internships. Also, Dario Guescini, Director of Work Integrated Learning at George Brown College explains how his department and the Federal government are trying to build better work experiences for students.
18 minutes | Mar 4, 2019
Afford Nation - Episode 14
In this episode, students from George Brown College's Institute without Boundaries program discuss about the meaning of living an affordable live. Also, Wellesley Institute senior researcher Greg Suttor talks about how Toronto's housing market was in the past and what the possibilities for the future are. Full transcript: http://dialognews.ca/2019/03/04/make-toronto-affordable-again-with-greg-suttor-and-iwb-students-episode-14/
21 minutes | Feb 19, 2019
OSAP And The Student Choice Initiative—Episode 13
On this episode, we try to get different perspectives on the new OSAP policies by Premier Ford. Jasmyn St. Hilaire, SA director of communications and internal, explains what the Student Association expectations are for the next year. Marco La Grotta, from the Socialist Fightback club and Matthew Campbell, president of University of Toronto Campus Conservatives, give their points of views around the new rules.
14 minutes | Jan 18, 2019
Shopping therapy - with Betsy Campos - episode 12
On this episode of The Dialog Podcast, Betsy Campos, a former student at George Brown College and fashion designer explain how her work helps women to embrace themselves. She also compares the swimwear industry in Canada and Brazil and talks about how this new generation is being influenced by social media.
22 minutes | Dec 7, 2018
The right Christmas vibe - with the Peppermints Theatre Collective and Roven Nazareth - Episode 11
In this episode of The Dialog Podcast, the Peppermints Theatre Collective, George Brown College theatre school group, shares their experience about performing a play in the middle of the Toronto Christmas Market. Also, Roven Nazareth shares how people in Mumbai, India celebrate Christmas in a non-catholic country.
15 minutes | Nov 21, 2018
Winning medals and confidence - with Will Schram and Mike Ra - Episode 10
On this episode of The Dialog’s podcast, Huskies’ badminton head coach William Schram talks about his journey from playing badminton to coaching. Also, Mike Ra shares his development through last season and how Schram's coaching style helped him to gain confidence and medals.
16 minutes | Nov 2, 2018
Saying yes to life's possibilities - with Dymika Harte - Episode 9
Listen to Dymika Harte, George Brown College Entrepreneur of the year, talking about her all-female creative agency and how always being open to new things led her to follow this entrepreneurship’s path.
11 minutes | Oct 17, 2018
Cannabis Legalization At Our Doorstep - with Chris Mcgrath - Episode 8
In this episode about the Cannabis legalization, I talked to Chris McGrath, George Brown’s vice president student success on how the college will face and adapt to this new reality. So, put your headphones on to know in which side of the street you should be next time you light a cigarette.
16 minutes | Oct 3, 2018
Community, Compassion And Squirrels - with Tenniel Rock and NewView Collective _Ep 7
Listen to Tenniel Rock, manager of the counseling department at George Brown College, explaining how empathy and patience are essential for mental health treatments. Also, Shannon Grant and Lenore Cohen from the NewView Collective talk how is important to care and be happy about the little things in life.
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