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The Three Relationships that are pillars of your Mental Health

RED FM Toronto

Release Date: 09/11/2023

City of Caledon gripped by Illegal Trucking Operations show art City of Caledon gripped by Illegal Trucking Operations

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The town of Caledon recently witnessed a tragic shooting that claimed a man's life. While the investigations are still ongoing, it is linked to the persisting issue of illegal trucking operations in the city. Host Shameel Jasvir is joined by Mayor Annette Groves, who sheds light on the challenges the City has encountered in combating these illicit businesses.   

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How did the Israel-Palestine conflict start show art How did the Israel-Palestine conflict start

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The Israel-Palestine conflict has deep historical roots. In this episode, host Shameel Jasvir engages in a conversation with Dilbag Khullar, who has extensively researched the origins of the conflict and its profound impact. 

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Who Polices the Police? show art Who Polices the Police?

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Ever wondered who oversees the actions of the police? While we know that the police adhere to specific protocols, the question remains, who ensures accountability for their actions? Host Shameel Jasvir is joined by Joseph Martino, Director at SIU, and Uman Ahmad, Investigation Manager, to shed light on the investigative process when dealing with cases that may involve potential misconduct by the police in handling a situation.

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Random Acts of Kindness show art Random Acts of Kindness

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Allow your heart to expand as our host Manmeet Narang invites Canadian immigrants to share stories of receiving or doing random acts of kindness.  As you listen to these moving real-life experiences, you begin to believe that humanity is still alive and that at the core of our existence as human beings is kindness. 

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Amna Nawab: Her Story of Healing and Victory over Abuse show art Amna Nawab: Her Story of Healing and Victory over Abuse

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Our host Manmeet Narang holds space for Amna Nawab to share her story of pain, healing and emerging victorious after 14 years of abuse in marriage. A fibre artist and a textile designer, Amna today is an inspiration for other women who find themselves stuck. In her gentle yet bold voice, she urges them to not be dependent and instead work towards self-love. 

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A pathway to Nursing in Canada show art A pathway to Nursing in Canada

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In Canada, nurses work in a wide range of settings. Host Jatinder Tathgir chats with Navkiran, a career guidance counselor in nursing.

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Experiences from 1980s narrated through the eyes of a young Sikh boy show art Experiences from 1980s narrated through the eyes of a young Sikh boy

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"Grandfathers's Mulberry Tree", a story from 1980s set in Punjab, explores the themes of friendship, loss, trauma and hope. Host Manpreet Sahota is joined by Author, Baljit Ghuman, who unravels the layers of his upcoming novel. 

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The Inspiring Immigrant Life of Daljit Kaur show art The Inspiring Immigrant Life of Daljit Kaur

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Daljit shares her story with our host Manmeet Narang how she hails from a small village in Punjab, India and was not ready for the language, culture and struggles when she came to Montreal as an international student at the age of 18. From working on her English, to reading books and listening to TED Talks, she worked on her mindset to emerge a winner in the land of Canada. Tune in to learn and feel inspired, especially for newcomers and international students. 

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Equal work deserves equal pay! show art Equal work deserves equal pay!

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Equal pay between men and women remains a goal, but disparities persist in many industries and regions. Host Manpreet Sahota is joined by Manpreet Dhillon, equity, diversity, and inclusion consultant, to chat about the gender pay gap and highlight the ongoing need for efforts to achieve true pay equality.

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To Kill a Tiger with Nisha Pahuja show art To Kill a Tiger with Nisha Pahuja

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When a 13-year-old girl is gang-raped by three men in the village of Jharkhand( India), her father Ranjit does not hang his head in shame but chooses to fight a one-and-a-half-year battle for justice. Our host Manmeet Narang had a conversation with Nisha Pahuja, the director of the award-winning documentary To Kill a Tiger and Manvir Bhangu, the founder of Laadliyan who is supporting in bringing this inspiring documentary to the city of Brampton. 

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Our host Manmeet Narang dives into the holistic approach to mental well-being with Dr. Kanwal Kukreja who is a psychiatrist and an assistant professor at the Department of Behavioral Neurosciences at Mcmaster University. This is an eye-opening conversation for not only those who are struggling with mental health but also caregivers and mental health practitioners.