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The Ontario SPCA Animals' Voice Pawdcast features the latest hot topics in the Animal Welfare industry from a variety of knowledgeable and friendly guests. Some past guests include Dave Salmoni from Animal Planet, Tanya Kim, John Douglas - Former FBI Profiler, and Mieshelle Nagelschneider - The Cat Whisperer. About the Ontario SPCA: Through its province-wide network of 50 plus Communities, the Ontario SPCA is one of the largest, most responsive animal welfare organizations in the country, pr ...
 
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When people suffer, so do their animals. The Alberta SPCA's One Family Welfare department offers temporary care for pets so their owners can get the help they need to deal with crisis situations. The Director of our One Family Welfare Department joins us to explain the Violence Link and how we help pets and people in crisis.…
 
James and I chat with Asa from Podzilla1985 talk about Nintendo possibly bringing some of our favorite Gameboy and Gameboy Advance games to the switch, the Twitch boycott against hate raids, Sony being weird about updating their games, China's gaming restrictions shut down servers, and Sony is changing up their PS5 hardware, maybe for the worse. Th…
 
In our season 3 premiere, Sirr from @MyMovieFixPodcast joins James and I as we delve into a discussion about the slightly contested Marvel Cinematic Universe film Captain America: Civil War. Who's on the right side of the war, does Iron make any sense in this film, could we write a better ending? We also talk about some Big GamesCon 2021 announceme…
 
The End of Season 2 and we forgot about it. James and I roll into this week's roundup discussing several items of news including; Pokémon United is coming to mobile, gaming auction house and the valuation companies are bad, Netflix's Magic the Gathering Series looks lost, Bethesda hires outside talent, and Studio 343 is pushing out an unfinished Ha…
 
Do you enjoy looking at the tiny little details and then rubber stamping the form DENIED! when one little thing is out of place? James and I delve into the wonderfully simple, yet ultimately complicated world of bureaucracy, in this week's review of Papers, Please. This game came out of left field, with the simple idea of what if you were a immigra…
 
James teaches me the intricacies of the human body in this week's episode as we talk about the part humorous, part educational hit anime Cells at work. James gives me the run down of what I have to look forward to in my old age as we cover the newest series to bare the name Cells at Work: Code Black, that welcomes us into the body of an older male …
 
James and I change up the show a bit this week. We've added a news segment that is just as disjointed as our conversations. We discuss the video game industry news, the big Blizzard fallout (aka don't touch me there), the new Steam Deck (the Switch killer), Netflix gets into video games, and finally the announcement of Demon Slayer Season 2 coming …
 
Jackie and I continue our Harry Potter series with the next logical step, the third book in the series; The Prisoner of Azkaban. We discuss the increasing angst levels as the kiddos begin growing up and dealing with the real Wizarding World more and more. How does Harry and the gang improve as characters, did J.K. Rowling make a better choice of gi…
 
Vito (Not Your Father's Movies podcast) joins me in this week's episode to reminisce about one of our favorite Batman games, Rocksteady Studios initial foray into the Batman universe, Batman: Arkham Asylum. In this episode Vito and I discuss the many reasons why this game set the industry standard for open world games and really helped thrust Batma…
 
James and I discuss his slight distaste for the smash hit from Studio MDHR, Cuphead. This fast paced side scrolling shooter has won the love and respect of many who have played it, but it has also earned their ire. This was the game that the Moldenhauer brothers took a chance on and won big, pouring their love and passion into this game that took t…
 
Jackie joins me in reminiscing about one of our favorite franchises ever, the Harry Potter series. In this episode we continue the series by discussing the second book of the series, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. We discuss what made this book such an excellent sequel to the first book, and what made it stand out in the series. We also t…
 
James and I talk about the smash hit from writer Riichiro Inagaki and artist Boichi. If you enjoy anime that starches that itch for being a little bit zany, and a whole lot of fun, we think this might be the anime for you. James and I enjoy ourselves as we talk about what makes this an excellent anime with decent shelf life ahead of itself. We also…
 
James and I talk about one of his top games of Spring 2021 so far Sakuna of Rice and Ruin. This delightfully fun rice grower simulator mixed with action platforming areas, truly makes for a fun and interesting take on a coming of age story for a Japanese Goddess. James highly suggests you buy this one, as it is an independent studio two developers …
 
James and I contemplate how old we've gotten along with mentioning an oldie, but a goodie, Age of Empires 2: Age of Kings. We discuss how this real time strategy pc game pushed the RTS genre into what it looks like today. It showed us a nice blend of history along with fun RTS multiplayer games. It also allowed James to build a DeathStar in the Gal…
 
Kelly, James, and I talk about the hit anime series, Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood. We talk about the beginnings and growth of this incredibly heartfelt anime that starts when two brothers, Alphonse and Edward, make a terrible mistake trying to bring their mother back from the dead using alchemy. This anime sits near the top of our anime lists, a…
 
Vito from NYFM joins me again to converse about the wonderful Arkane Studios video game, Dishonored. Dishonored was released in 2012 and is much loved by fans throughout the world. Its blending of action and stealth, meld well with the chaos system that the studio developed for the game. This is truly Arkane's standout performance, before a somewha…
 
We go into the proto Studio Ghilbi film Nausicaa and the Valley of the Wind, created by the founder of Studio Ghibli, Hayao Miyazaki. In this episode Jackie and I discuss our love for this wonderfully beautiful and thought out film, that strives towards authentic storytelling that is coupled with the breathtaking art of the Studio Ghibli crew. Come…
 
What makes a good Studio Ghibli film? Is it art direction, or maybe a heartfelt story? Well if that's what makes a good film, Jackie and I agree that this film doesn't have it. Earwig and the Witch is a mess of half hearted movements and small tentative steps from a director trying to exit his father's shadow. Although the movie isn't a complete wa…
 
Controversial Issue Alert! Cat traps are used by many to deal with unwanted wandering cats that come into their yard, but the person doing the trapping has legal responsibilities the moment the cat is trapped, and they could be charged if the cat becomes distressed. Peace Officer Stuart Dodds joins us to talk about the legalities of using cat traps…
 
James and I discuss the Nintendo Switch's Super Mario Launch title, Super Mario Odyssey. We talk about the groundbreaking style and gameplay that this Super Mario game brings to the franchise and how it incorporates several of the previous gameplay styles, but makes itself unique enough to stand out. Join us as we talk about this amazing Super Mari…
 
James and I discuss the South Park game that burst onto the scene with a bang, South Park and the Stick of Truth. This game was the passion project of Trey Parker and Matt Stone, that had some tough beginnings, but able to plant itself firmly as a distinctly South Park game with rpg tropes. Will Princess James betray me and attempt to steal the sti…
 
May is Emergency Preparedness Month and every emergency kit needs to be put together with your pets in mind. The Fort McMurray fire in 2016, along with the southern Alberta floods and other disasters remind us how quickly residents may have to leave their home. In this episode, Executive Director Terra Johnston joins us to discuss her experience he…
 
The wonderful Jackie and I delve into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as we discuss Marvel's The Avengers (2012). This culmination of phase 1 of the MCU was an blockbuster hit that wowed movie goers and comic fans alike. Come and see why this movie is so enjoyable by a noncomic fan (Jackie) and a comic fan (David) in this week's episode. Will J…
 
During Be Kind to Animals Week, a City of Edmonton police officer invested 40 minutes to help guide a family of geese, including 4 goslings, across the High Level Bridge. This is a one way, two lane bridge that is about 800 meters long, and it's one of the most treacherous roads in the city, even for the drivers. Once you're on the road, there's no…
 
James and I tackle one of our favorite childhood video games of all time, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Come with us as we traverse the Mushroom Kingdom, making friends along the way, collecting new gear and the sought after star pieces, as attempt to rid this world of the Smithy gang. This time honored classic holds a special place i…
 
Often people will choose a cat for a pet under the assumption they're easier to care for, and while cats have less intense needs than a dog, they still need to express natural behaviours, they just do it in a much different way than dogs. In this episode our Director of Education, Melissa Logan, along with her cat Neville, stop by to talk about the…
 
James and I pursue the traveler as we attempt to head him off as he attempts to bring his infernal brothers to this plane. Join us as we both converse about a game that challenged us as kids and forged a friendship that we still enjoy to this day. James will be your powerful sorceress and I will be your steadfast paladin, as we journey into the inf…
 
James and I talk about another genre bending rogue-like game Faster than Light, created by Subset Games in 2012. Come with us as we discuss what makes this simple game, more fun than it had any right to be and how the dedication of two programmers made a game that helped define a game genre, along with so many others.…
 
Our Peace Officers help animals in distress all over Alberta (outside of Calgary and Edmonton), and sometimes that means a long trek to get to the animals in need. In this episode we talk to an Alberta SPCA Peace Officer about her 21-hour road trip to help two dogs in Alberta's far north, including a drive across a frozen river.…
 
Jesse (Not Your Father's Movies podcast) joins me in exploring our board game beginnings. We go into the game board renaissance, that begins in Germany with Settlers of Catan and makes its way out into the world. We discuss why this game has become such an impactful tabletop game that paved the way for the modern tabletop scene. Not Your Father's M…
 
James and I talk about the survival video game Raft by Redbeet Interactive. We go into the basic game mechanics, what sets this survival game apart from other ones, and what we hope to see from it in the future. So grab hooks and cast out into the ocean to collect some nuggets of knowledge with this week's episode.…
 
Join Vito (Not Your Father's Movies) and I as we go through the lovingly gorgeous mind of Mike Mignola, as we dive into our love of his Hellboy series. Vito and I discuss our love of Mignola's storytelling and artwork, as well as putting the screws to the newest Hellboy film, and tucking in with the Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy film duo.Not Your Fa…
 
James and I jump into the hit anime Demon Slayer. This anime follows the young Tanjiro Kamado, as he becomes a demon slayer in the Demon Slayer Corps. We go into Tanjiro's motivations and what makes this anime such a pleasure to watch and the few things that we feel could make it better. So begin you breathing technique as we jump into Demon Slayer…
 
James and I talk about Bioware's groundbreaking western RPG, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR). We discuss the meaningful way that Bioware set the gold standard for rpgs for the next decade and how it impacted them as a company. So come with as we chose either light side or dark side in this stunning video game masterpiece.…
 
James and I go into the shows, games, and films that we're looking forward to this year.List of Items:David Picks: 1)Gotham Knights, 2) Promised Neverland Season 2, 3)God of War: Ragnarok, 4) Attack on Titan: The Final Season, 5) Black WidowJames Picks: 1) Binding of Isaac Repentance, 2) Psychonauts 2, 3) Mushoku Tensei Anime adaptation, 4) That ti…
 
Henry (Comic Sauce) and I jump into the amazing stunning film by Edgar Wright, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. We talk about how ground breaking this film was at the time and never really got its just deserts. So come with us as we battle through our Seven Evil Exes and delve into this film. You can find Henry and friends over on the Comic Sauce podca…
 
James and I talk about the hit roguelike action role-playing video game, Hades, from Supergiant Games. Do you enjoy playing a mopey son of the Lord of the Underworld and want to get out into the real world? If that's the case James and I can lend a hand as we've dumped way too many hours of our life into this amazing game.…
 
Jackie and I take on her childhood again by looking at the J.K. Rowling's stunning Harry Potter series, starting with the Philosopher's Stone. We delve into this phenomenon, that started out as a small dream and became something that was out of this world. Jackie and I talk about all the amazing themes and narrative choices Ms. Rowling chooses in t…
 
James and I have done 100 pushups, 100 sit-ups, and 100 squats, and a 10 km run in preparation for this episode. We battle through wave after wave of baddies as we approach One Punch Man. Come with us as we slush through the remains of all those who would try and defeat Saitama.Oleh David Weidenbenner
 
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