Thursday, October 15, 2020

CDN Journalism Sucks But Mark Paravolos (#canpoli) Rocks! The October 15th, 2020 Age of Ingenuity

It’s hard to tell what’s happening these days. To learn more, Chuck and Al are interviewing Mark Paravolos, the host of the daily #canpoli vidcast on YouTube. Maybe between the three of us, we’ll figure out what’s going on.

We’ve also compiled a list of alternative news and commentary sites the legacy media doesn’t want you to know about. We’ll be noting them here, plus posting their links and RSS feeds on our website to create a one stop shopping site for Canadian news untainted by Canadian government censorship and funding constraints. 

To access our alternative news and commentary sites, check out our right column under the headlines "Alternate Media." Legacy RSS feeds are also listed in the right column, in the interests of fairness" under the title "Facts, Fake News." 
Sources cited during this episode include the following:
  • The HugsOverMasks website page listing upcoming events. Retrieved October 14th, 2020.
Citations for the Mark Paralovos (#canpoli) interview:
  • "Good Morning Everyone!" The Canpoli website retrieved October 12th, 2020.

"Age of Ingenuity" tracks Canada's "idea ecosystem," the organizations, agencies and individuals attempting to turn innovative Canadian ideas, concepts and business plans into priceless, world class "unicorns," able to revolutionize our culture, anchor our industries and create our jobs.

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Age of Ingenuity Credits

Producer and Host - Chuck Black
Host and Contributor - Al Calder

Music and Audio: Freesound House Flow by Jaturo, Scream by DigitalDominic and Stingers 001 by rodincoil. Licenced under a Creative Commons 0 Licence.

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