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Episode 56 – It Takes a Community: Dave Mowat

It is the fifth edition of our special series: It Takes a Community, produced by Hunter and Jacquelyn Cardinal of Naheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we hear from Dave Mowat, former President and CEO of ATB Financial. Dave talks about trusting your instincts, the power of collaboration, and why being able to say “I don’t know” is so important. Links: Follow Dave on Twitter. Find out more about Naheyawin. Check out our article about Hunter and Jacquelyn Cardinal, and find them in […]

Episode 55 – WILDNorth Rescue

On this episode, Dale Gienow takes us on a wildlife rescue adventure! WILDNorth provides compassionate care for injured, contaminated and orphaned wildlife. They achieve this with their hospital and rehabilitation centre, and with their dedicated rescue team. If you see a wild animal in distress, call their rescue hotline: 780-914-4118. WILDNorth also helps educate people about how to co-exist with wildlife in a way that is humane and safe. They have many educational programs for all ages, including grown-ups. Links: Learn more about WILDNorth. See their education programs. Follow them on Instagram. Check out our blog: To The Rescue. See […]

Episode 54 – Where There’s A Will

On this episode, Chris Chang-Yen Phillips tells us about a holographic last will and testament from WW II. Then, Allison McCollum and Mike Simons share their expertise on why it’s a really good idea to have a plan for your estate. It’s not as depressing as you think! Okay, maybe it is. But it’s really important to talk about. Links: Join us for a free session at Wills Week. Find out why millennials need Wills in our Late Edition. Learn more about Allison McCollum and Mike Simons. Grants: Young Edmonton Grants – Due October 15 The Well Endowed Podcast is produced by Edmonton Community Foundation. And […]

Episode 53 – It Takes a Community: Aaron Paquette

It is the fourth edition of our special series: It Takes a Community, produced by Hunter and Jacquelyn Cardinal of Naheyawin. In this series, Hunter sits down to chat with prominent Edmontonians to talk about the communities and people that have helped shape them along their journeys. In this episode we hear from Aaron Paquette: artist, author, speaker and City of Edmonton Councillor for Ward 4. Aaron tells us about why you shouldn’t hide your talent in a drawer, the difference between challenges and trauma, and the magic power of words. Links: Find out more about Aaron Paquette. Follow him on Twitter. Find out more about Naheyawin. […]