In this episode, we spoke with Lilly Tran, a closed-captioner for adult films. We discussed some of the weird things Lilly's heard around her relatively normal office, learned some interesting facts about possible e-cigarette legislation, and were enlightened on some of the downsides of modeling as a young female.
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This week on the podcast, we spoke to Darren Shackleton, President of the Ottawa chapter of the Canadian Association of Food Service Professionals. We had a great conversation about professional development, the food service industry, and volunteer firefighting (which Darren also does).
In this episode, we sat down with Drew McFadyen from Grimprov Ottawa, a local long-form improvisational comedy troupe. We learned about the various ways improv can improve your life, what Dungeons and Dragons has in common with improv comedy, and this week's speed round showed us just how quickly Drew can think on his feet.
Grimprov performs at the Cock and Lion Pub, 202 Sparks Street, on the first and last Wednesday of every month (8:00pm start time).
This week, we sat down with Natalie Stewart, an elementary school teacher and Camp Quality volunteer coordinator. She discussed her career as a teacher and some of the differences between teaching various grade levels.
Natalie also told us all about the incredible Camp Quality, a one-week non-profit summer camp giving young cancer patients the opportunity to spend a week away from their normal lives having stress-free fun.
The camps, which are run and managed by volunteers, exist all over the world. The Eastern Ontario Camp Quality takes place near Lanark, Ontario, and they are actively looking for volunteers for this year's camp. If you've ever wanted to spend a week at camp with Keegan, this is the camp for you!