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Talking 306 Podcast

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ON HIATUS Longform podcast featuring conversations with notable people in Saskatchewan. A member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network, supported by Conexus Credit Union.
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Talking 306 PodcastFeb 23, 2021

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The SKoop: "The Apology Tour"

The SKoop: "The Apology Tour"

Welcome back to The SKoop, the podcast that takes you inside the week in Saskatchewan politics, from the headlines to the backrooms. First, they discuss NDP MLA Nathaniel Teed's so-called "privacy breach" by the government, regarding his position on SLGA liquor stores. Then they dig into the backroom process and politics of Scott Moe and Christine Tell's apologies this week in the wake of the Colin Thatcher throne speech saga, particularly: what is it like to advise a political leader that they need to apologize? Then, they analyze the Saskatchewan First Act and its political implications, and then wrap up with the inaugural segment of "What Actually Mattered This Week".

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Featuring:

  • Kevin Doherty, former Saskatchewan Party MLA and cabinet minister, and current Senior Strategy Advisor at Prairie Sky Strategy; 
  • Sally Housser, NDP insider and former Saskatchewan NDP chief of staff, and current Senior Manager, Public Affairs at Canadian Strategy Group; and
  • Dale Richardson, podcaster and former director of communications for the Saskatchewan Party.

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The SKoop is a podcast from 306 Media Productions.

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Music is "Highway 94" from Blue Dot Sessions.

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Nov 05, 202252:14
Listen to The SKoop: Inside Saskatchewan Politics

Listen to The SKoop: Inside Saskatchewan Politics

Dale has been working on a new podcast recently! Listen to the latest episode of The SKoop: Inside Saskatchewan Politics. From the headlines to the backrooms, The SKoop is the only place for in-depth political analysis and commentary on Saskatchewan politics. Featuring: Kevin Doherty, former Saskatchewan Party MLA and cabinet minister; Sally Housser, NDP insider and former Saskatchewan NDP chief of staff; and Dale Richardson, podcaster and former director of communications for the Saskatchewan Party.

Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or any major podcast app. Visit The SKoop website. 

On this episode of The SKoop, the team breaks down in excruciating detail the lopsided NDP win in the Meewasin by-election and what it all means, including data and door knocking, party messaging, and thoughts on why Sask Party voters took their money and stayed home. Then they discuss the Saskatchewan NDP un-inviting Jagmeet Singh from their annual convention, with Kevin questioning whether it was actually Carla Beck's office that strategically leaked this news to the Leader Post. They also chat about this week's population numbers that showed more people coming to Saskatchewan. Thanks for listening SKoop people! 
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Sep 30, 202243:10
Adrienne Ivey
Aug 24, 202152:29
Alex MacPherson Returns

Alex MacPherson Returns

Alex MacPherson is the Editor of allSaskatchewan.com, a business news publication in Saskatchewan that recently launched, and was previously a reporter for the Saskatoon Star Phoenix. Alex returns to the Talking 306 Podcast to speak with host Dale Richardson about his early love of flying airplanes and how an autoimmune condition prevented him from flying in the Canadian Air Force; the incredible story of his great uncle Ian MacPherson during World War II; what the last 18 months have been like for him during the COVID-19 pandemic and how COVID-19 should be reported on going forward; the oral history feature of the BHP-PotashCorp takeover bid that he wrote last fall; and everything there is to know about his work as the Editor for the recently launched allSaskatchewan.com.

The Talking 306 Podcast is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network, which is supported this month in part by Conexus and DirectWest. The Talking 306 Podcast is sponsored by Path Cowork.

Talking 306 Podcast is presented by 306 Media Productions, a premiere podcast production and consulting company based in Saskatchewan. 306 Media Productions works with businesses, brands, organizations, and entrepreneurs to create professional podcasts and audio stories. Start your podcast project right now. 

Visit the Talking 306 Podcast website. 

Learn more about the Saskatchewan Podcast Network.

Aug 10, 202101:05:46
Bonus: PERSIST Podcast, with guest Mumilaaq Qaqqaq (NDP Member of Parliament)

Bonus: PERSIST Podcast, with guest Mumilaaq Qaqqaq (NDP Member of Parliament)

The PERSIST Podcast is co-hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, host of the Talking 306 Podcast. PERSIST aims to improve mental health in politics and public life. Learn more about PERSIST. 

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In this bonus episode of the Talking 306 Podcast, PERSIST hosts Dale Richardson and Emile Scheffel speak with Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, NDP Member of Parliament for Nunavut.

Mumilaaq discusses taking a mental health leave in fall 2020 after experiencing "extreme burnout, anxiety, and depression", and the response from her community to that decision; the suicide and housing crises in Nunavut; the pressures and demands of being a Member of Parliament and being the the only representative of Canada's largest electoral district; the freedom she feels in her party to authentically be herself; how different cultural norms contribute to mental health challenges; the work she did in suicide prevention in Nunavut before the 2019 election; and more.

"I did get to a point where it was medical leave. I had to take that time off because I don't know what happens after that; the answer was probably body shut-down and that's how much I had worked myself into a state where I really needed rest." - Mumilaaq Qaqqaq

PERSIST is produced by 306 Media Productions.

About the PERSIST Podcast hosts: Emile Scheffel was previously the Executive Director of the BC Liberal Party and a communications aide in the BC Premier's Office. Dale Richardson was the Director of Digital Operations to Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe, and Director of Communications for the Saskatchewan Party.

Aug 04, 202156:25
Mayor Fraser Tolmie
Jun 22, 202153:42
Heather Morrison
Jun 15, 202152:52
Andrew Gottselig Returns
Jun 08, 202157:39
Introducing PERSIST, a podcast about improving mental health in politics and public life
Apr 07, 202102:43
Jenn Dean

Jenn Dean

Jenn Dean is a Regina-based family coach and host of the podcast "Families Matter Most".

As part of the Saskatchewan Podcasters Series, host Dale Richardson speaks with Jenn about her life and career, including growing up in Ear Falls, Ontario; how her parent’s story shaped how she is as a parent; how she met her husband and their journey to Saskatoon; how she started family coaching; her podcast, Families Matter Most; and much, much more.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast that's hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network. The Saskatchewan Podcast Network is supported this month in part by Conexus, DirectWest, and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways, and the Talking 306 Podcast is sponsored by Path Cowork.

Visit the Talking 306 Podcast website. 

Mar 02, 202154:08
Jade Roberts

Jade Roberts

Jade Roberts is an Indigenous educator, artist, and the host of Still Here, Still Healing - a podcast that brings awareness to the history and lasting impacts of residential schools.

As part of the Saskatchewan Podcasters Series, Host Dale Richardson speaks with Jade about her life, including growing up in La Ronge and her family’s diverse history; her experience moving from La Ronge to Saskatoon and her teaching career; how her father’s experience in residential school inspired her to start a podcast; the residential school survivors and guests she speaks to on her podcast; the effects of intergenerational trauma; how we can keep growing podcasting in Saskatchewan; and much more.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast that's hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network. The Saskatchewan Podcast Network is supported this month in part by Conexus, DirectWest, and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways, and the Talking 306 Podcast is sponsored by Path Cowork. 

Register for the upcoming Saskatchewan Podcast Network PODCAST MEETUP on March 2. Join the Saskatchewan Podcast Network and its members via Zoom to discuss "Podcasting through the Pandemic", where Saskatchewan podcasters will share their experiences podcasting during COVID-19. 

Feb 23, 202154:05
James Avramenko

James Avramenko

James Avramenko is the host of Friendless, a podcast about losing friends, one hour at a time.

As part of the Saskatchewan Podcasters Series, host Dale Richardson got together with James recently to discuss his life, including growing up in Calgary; his relationship with his parents and being a child of divorce; his love of theatre and the arts and working as an actor; the story of how he met his wife, Jennica, and their life in Saskatoon; and podcasting, including the reason he started his own podcast, growing podcasting in Saskatchewan, how he has evolved as a podcaster; and much, much more.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast created and hosted by Dale Richardson, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network, which is supported in part this month by Conexus, DirectWest, and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways. The Talking 306 Podcast is sponsored by Path Cowork.

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Feb 02, 202101:17:13
Mason Gardiner

Mason Gardiner

Mason Gardiner is a public relations specialist at Conexus Credit Union and the host of "What Connects Us", a podcast powered by Conexus.

As part of the Saskatchewan Podcasters Series, host Dale Richardson speaks with Mason about his life and career, including growing up in a farming family in Lemburg, Saskatchewan, and some challenging early years; losing his father to cancer and how he was inspired to come out in the years after that; his time at university and participating in JDC West (university business games); how a mentor helped him land a dream marketing job with the Saskatchewan Roughriders; joining the growing and talented team at Conexus Credit Union; lessons from hosting and producing the What Connects Us podcast and how we can grow podcasting in Saskatchewan; his cat, Kevin McCattister; and much, much more. 

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast created and hosted by Dale Richardson, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network, which is supported this month by SaskEnergy, Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways, and Conexus. The Talking 306 Podcast is sponsored by Path Cowork. 

Subscribe and listen to the Talking 306 Podcast for free.



Jan 19, 202101:10:44
Eric Anderson

Eric Anderson

Eric Anderson is the host of YXE Underground, an original Saskatoon podcast that profiles people doing great things in Saskatoon but are flying under the radar.

Eric sits down with host Dale Richardson to discuss his life and career, including growing up in Swift Current; the challenges he encountered working as a teacher in small town Saskatchewan; making the jump to a career in journalism and working at CBC Saskatchewan and CBC Saskatoon; his decision to move away from journalism and working at his day job at Sherbrooke Community Centre in Saskatoon; why he decided to start the YXE Underground podcast; the technical challenges of podcasting; how he has evolved as a podcaster; how we can grow the podcasting industry in Saskatchewan; and much more.

Follow YXE Underground on social media: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

The Talking 306 Podcast is sponsored by Path Cowork, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network. Visit the new website for the Talking 306 Podcast.

Jan 12, 202101:31:14
Lisa Thomaidis
Dec 22, 202001:12:01
Stephanie Taylor
Dec 15, 202001:22:46
Eric Dillon
Dec 01, 202053:36
Tina Beaudry-Mellor

Tina Beaudry-Mellor

Tina Beaudry-Mellor was the MLA for Regina University from 2016-2020, and served as the Minister of Advanced Education, Minister Responsible for Innovation Saskatchewan, Minister Responsible for Status of Women, and Minister of Social Services.

Tina recently spoke virtually with host Dale Richardson to discuss the results of the recent 2020 provincial election and her loss in Regina University, the negative effects of social media on elected officials, mental health and the personal toll that public life takes, the differences between academic study of politics and the actual practice of it, the future of Saskatchewan's tech industry, Saskatchewan's rising place in the world, what she plans to do next, and much more. 

The Talking 306 Podcast is hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network. The Saskatchewan Podcast Network is supported by Conexus Credit Union and SaskEnergy, and the Talking 306 Podcast is sponsored by Path Cowork.

Nov 24, 202001:08:43
Mark Johnston
Nov 10, 202001:03:39
REPLAY: Ashlyn George

REPLAY: Ashlyn George

This episode was originally published in April, 2019. 

Ashlyn George is a Saskatchewan-based travel blogger and social media influencer. She’s operated the travel website The Lost Girls Guide for several years, was Tourism Saskatchewan’s Saskatchewanderer in 2015, and now works with clients like McDonald’s and NFL Canada as a digital media creator and influencer. Ashlyn sits down with host Dale Richardson to discuss her life growing up on a grain farm in eastern Saskatchewan; her university studies in pre-med and education; her travels around the world; and promoting Saskatchewan as a great travel destination and place to call home. Ashlyn and Dale also have a lengthy conversation about social media, including the negative and not-so glamorous side of being a social media influencer.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network. The Saskatchewan Podcast Network is supported by Conexus Credit Union and SaskEnergy, and the Talking 306 Podcast is sponsored by Path Cowork. 

Aug 18, 202053:52
REPLAY: Sarah Mills
Aug 11, 202001:09:58
REPLAY: Rod Pedersen

REPLAY: Rod Pedersen

Rod Pedersen is the host of The Rod Pedersen Show, and was the voice of the Saskatchewan Roughriders on CKRM Radio from 1998-2018.
Rod talks to host Dale Richardson about his life and career, including his early life growing up in Milestone, Saskatchewan; his early jobs in radio and broadcasting; the current state of the Roughriders organization; and his recent departure from radio and the new Facebook Live show he hosts.
Rod also talks to Dale about his struggles with and recovery from addiction, and about an incident that happened on a January day in 2015 that changed the course of his life.
The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted and produced by Dale Richardson that is part of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network and sponsored by Path Cowork.
Jul 28, 202001:10:12
Andrew Gottselig

Andrew Gottselig

Andrew Gottselig is the founder and CEO of Hooplife Basketball Inc. - a Regina-based basketball program for kids of all ages, skill levels and socioeconomic status. He is also the Co-founder and CEO of Citrus Technology, a software company that helps camps run their operations and logistics.

Dale sits down with Andrew (pre-pandemic) to discuss his life, including his early years and family, his love for basketball, how and why he started Hooplife, coaching, his new software company Citrus Technology, and of course the NBA. They also talk about Kobe Bryant’s death and legacy, and that conversation includes some tears.

The Talking 306 Podcast is hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and is sponsored by Path Cowork. The Talking 306 Podcast is a member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network, supported by Conexus Credit Union and SaskEnergy. 

Jun 09, 202057:24
Devin Heroux
May 26, 202001:08:45
Trent Finlayson
Apr 28, 202001:00:25
Devin Pacholik

Devin Pacholik

Devin Pacholik is the social media manager and marketing and communications administrator at the Regina Public Library.

Host Dale Richardson sits down with Devin to talk about his life and career, including his family, school, and early life; writing jokes and doing stand up comedy; his work as a freelance journalist for Vice.com; writing his infamous KFC buffet story; attending Craven; working as a radio broadcaster; cancel culture; and now his work at the Regina Public Library, where he has taken Regina's social media scene by storm with his impressive and hilarious social media content.

The Talking 306 Podcast is hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and is sponsored by Path Cowork. The Talking 306 Podcast is a member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network, supported by Conexus Credit Union. 

Mar 03, 202059:10
Stefani Langenegger
Feb 04, 202001:03:34
Gordon Barnhart
Jan 21, 202001:09:56
REPLAY: Darla Lindbjerg
Sep 24, 201950:57
Tom Sargeant
Aug 27, 201947:29
REPLAY: John Gormley

REPLAY: John Gormley

Listen again to Dale Richardson's conversation with talk radio host John Gormley!

John Gormley is the host of John Gormley Live on Rawlco Radio. John sits down with host Dale Richardson to discuss his parents and unusual birthplace, his early ventures in radio and politics, the radio show he has hosted for the past 20 years, and, of course, Saskatchewan. The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network. The Saskatchewan Podcast Network is supported by Conexus. Theme music for this episode of the Talking 306 Podcast is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.

Aug 22, 201952:20
REPLAY: Chef Dale MacKay
Aug 07, 201956:52
Rod Pedersen

Rod Pedersen

Rod Pedersen is the host of The Rod Pedersen Show, and was the voice of the Saskatchewan Roughriders on CKRM Radio from 1998-2018.

Rod talks to host Dale Richardson about his life and career, including his early life growing up in Milestone, Saskatchewan; his early jobs in radio and broadcasting; the current state of the Roughriders organization; and his recent departure from radio and the new Facebook Live show he hosts.

Rod also talks to Dale about his struggles with and recovery from addiction, and about an incident that happened on a January day in 2015 that changed the course of his life.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted and produced by Dale Richardson that is part of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network and powered by 306 Media & Communications.

Jul 23, 201901:05:56
Sarah Mills
Jul 09, 201901:08:09
ANNOUNCEMENT: Saskatchewan Podcast Network!

ANNOUNCEMENT: Saskatchewan Podcast Network!

Exciting news! The Talking 306 Podcast is now a member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network, founded by your host Dale Richardson!

In this special episode, Dale talks about the launch of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network, how and why the Network happened, and what the Network is all about. Short story: the Saskatchewan Podcast Network is the central hub for original Saskatchewan Podcasts. Find original Saskatchewan podcasts that cover all sorts of themes, from the Roughriders, horror movies, interviews, technology, parenting, deck building, and much more!

Follow the Saskatchewan Podcast Network on Facebook and Instagram, and sign up for the Network's newsletter here.

Do you have a podcast and want to join the Saskatchewan Podcast Network? Send an email to hello@saskpodcastnetwork.com!

Thanks to Conexus Credit Union for being a founding sponsor of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network!

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and is a proud member of the Saskatchewan Podcast Network.

Jul 05, 201906:36
Jack Saddleback

Jack Saddleback

Jack Saddleback is a Cree, two-spirit transgender gay man, and is the Cultural and Projects Coordinator at OUTSaskatoon – a non-profit organization in Saskatoon that builds community for LGBTQ2S people of all ages and backgrounds.

As part of Pride month, Dale sits down with Jack at OUTSaskatoon to talk with him about his journey and story, including his very early life at Samson Cree Nation in Alberta; his relationship with his family; struggles as a young person growing up in Calgary including issues at school and with classmates and administrators; why he moved to Saskatoon and what happened in his first year in university; suicide and mental health experiences; campus politics at the University of Saskatchewan; the challenges and benefits of Pride parades; a profound change that happened to him last year; the work he does at OUTSaskatoon and for the LGBTQ2S community…and much, much more.

Donate to OUTSaskatoon by clicking here. Happy Pride! 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍🌈

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted and produced by Dale Richardson, and powered by 306 Media & Communications. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.

Jun 11, 201901:10:03
Justin Reves
May 28, 201901:08:15
Jim Demeray

Jim Demeray

Jim Demeray is the founder of Understand Us, a Regina-based volunteer initiative that combats the stigma of mental health. On mental health month, Jim sits down with Dale Richardson to discuss his story, including his early life in Ontario; moving to Saskatchewan; his father’s struggle with depression; Jim’s own mental health story; and his mental health initiative Understand Us.

Tickets for the Understand Us fundraising dinner on May 8th in Regina can be purchased online here.  Donations to Understand Us can also be made by visiting their website here. 

Thanks to Jim for the ongoing work he does to improve the conversation around mental health in our communities.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson, and powered by 306 Media & Communications. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.

May 02, 201950:01
Ashlyn George

Ashlyn George

Ashlyn George is a Saskatchewan-based travel blogger and social media influencer. She’s operated the travel website The Lost Girls Guide for several years, was Tourism Saskatchewan’s Saskatchewanderer in 2015, and now works with clients like McDonald’s and NFL Canada as a digital media creator and influencer. Ashlyn sits down with host Dale Richardson to discuss her life growing up on a grain farm in eastern Saskatchewan; her university studies in pre-med and education; her travels around the world; and promoting Saskatchewan as a great travel destination and place to call home. Ashlyn and Dale also have a lengthy conversation about social media, including the negative and not-so glamorous side of being a social media influencer.

This episode is sponsored by Flat Clothing. Receive 10% off Flat Clothing online orders by using coupon code TALKING306 when you check out at www.flatclothing.ca. Listeners will also get FREE Shipping with the purchase of any 3 items!

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson, and powered by 306 Media & Communications. 

Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.

Apr 23, 201948:54
Kurt Dahl
Apr 02, 201956:20
Adam Hunter

Adam Hunter

Adam Hunter is the provincial affairs reporter for CBC Saskatchewan, covering the Saskatchewan Legislature and politics. Adam sits down with host Dale Richardson to discuss his life and career, including his love for basketball and the NBA; his path through university and to a career in journalism; the role Twitter plays for journalists and its associated problems and upsides; managing expectations when interviewing politicians; and about podcasts and hosting a podcast for the CBC. Of course, they also discuss Adam's favourite thing: The Bachelor.

This episode is sponsored by Zesty Kits. Get a FREE cookie kit and $20 OFF your first weekly meal kit subscription by using promo code KITS306 when you subscribe at www.zestykits.com.

This episode is also sponsored by Krugo. Download Krugo today in the App Store and put an end to ten-tab trip planning.

This episode is also sponsored by Flat Clothing. Get 10% OFF online orders by using promo code TALKING306 at checkout. 

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson and powered by 306 Media & Communications. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.

Mar 12, 201901:04:60
Brad Wall
Feb 26, 201944:18
Talking 306 Returns!
Feb 19, 201905:39
Megz Reynolds

Megz Reynolds

Season 1 finale. Megz Reynolds (Farmer Megzz) is a social media influencer, agriculture advocate, and grain farmer in southwestern Saskatchewan. Megz sits down with Dale Richardson to discuss her life, including growing up in Calgary; how she got into the film industry in Alberta and her career working on film sets; how she met her husband Liam and started farming with him; life on the farm; and important agriculture issues, including, GMOs, climate change and the carbon tax, mental health, and women in agriculture.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.
Dec 11, 201850:41
Alex MacPherson

Alex MacPherson

Alex MacPherson is a reporter for the Saskatoon Star Phoenix. Alex sits down with Dale Richardson to discuss his life and career, including growing up with two parents who were journalists; his unusual path to working at the Star Phoenix; his vast and diverse portfolio of reporting; covering the historic Saskatchewan Party leadership race last year; getting a rare interview with Robert Latimer; and how Saskatoon and Saskatchewan have changed in the past decade.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.
Dec 04, 201858:34
Sarina Gersher

Sarina Gersher

Sarina Gersher is the city councillor for Ward 8 in Saskatoon. Councillor Gersher sits down with Dale Richardson to discuss her life, including her family's story as economic refugees from the former Soviet Union, her advocacy and involvement with the Saskatchewan Environmental Society and Bus Riders of Saskatoon, why she ran in the Saskatoon municipal election in 2016, and important policy issues facing Saskatoon today.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.
Nov 27, 201853:11
Ryan Leier

Ryan Leier

Ryan Leier is the Founder of One Yoga, a series of yoga studios in Saskatoon, British Columbia, Trinidad, and Iceland. Ryan sits downs with Dale Richardson to discuss his life growing up in Saskatoon; his professional basketball career, and his love for basketball and the NBA; his yoga journey; mental health; losing a child; and the state of the world through his eyes.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.
Nov 20, 201844:22
Darla Lindbjerg

Darla Lindbjerg

Darla Lindbjerg is the President and CEO of the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce. Darla sits down with Dale Richardson to discuss her life, including growing up in southwestern Saskatchewan, juggling multiple careers and her education at the same time, her time living and working in Swift Current, her current role with the Saskatoon Chamber, and important policy issues facing Saskatoon and Saskatchewan today.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.
Nov 13, 201848:09
Kirk Morrison

Kirk Morrison

SPECIAL EPISODE! Kirk Morrison is the President and CEO of Krugo. Based in Regina, Krugo is a group travel app that seeks to put an end to "ten-tab trip planning." Krugo is NOW AVAILABLE in the iOS App Store, and will be available soon for Android. Kirk sits down with Dale Richardson to discuss Krugo and how this great idea became a reality, Saskatchewan's burgeoning technology sector, and his life and work in Moose Jaw and Regina before Krugo.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.
Nov 02, 201844:46
Murray Mandryk

Murray Mandryk

Murray Mandryk is the political columnist for the Regina Leader-Post and Saskatoon Star Phoenix. Murray sits down with Dale to discuss his life and career, including growing up in rural Manitoba, the first small newspapers he worked at, his writing process, the perils and positives of Twitter, and, of course, various topics about Saskatchewan politics.

The Talking 306 Podcast is an original Saskatchewan podcast hosted by Dale Richardson. Theme music is by Saskatoon artist Maybe Smith.
Oct 30, 201801:15:28