On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast Liam speaks with Lourdes Juan, founder of a not-for-profit called the Leftovers Foundation. Every year in Canada, we throw away over $31 Billion worth of perfectly good food. This has been a huge problem for many years, but this Calgarian entrepreneur is stepping up with a solution. Working with organizations like Cobs Bread and Starbucks, along with more than 200 volunteers in Calgary & Edmonton, they redirect more than 4,000 pounds of food each week to organizations that help to get that food where it is needed most.
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On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten podcast, Liam sits down with Calgary comedy duo and filmmakers Dropbear & Panda (Michael Dargie & Jennifer MacLean) to hear their story about a 48 hour film challenge they participated in for the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo.
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On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam meets with fire performer and businessperson Keziah Arsenault. She shares her story of the first time she tried spinning fire poi, working her way up to exotic fire performances, and navigating the business and bureaucracy surrounding fire performances to become one of the nation’s leading figures in fire arts.