I had a great conversation with local entrepreneur Joe Szigeti (www.titaniumjoe.com) who is better known as Titanium Joe. He has a fascinating story on his beginning in business with his brother in California to becoming a leading Canadian titanium supplier located in Kingston.
Chris Morris stopped by the Kingstonist studio to discuss his role with Kingston Economic Development Corporation (ECDEV) and their Digital Main Street Program. We also discuss other programs that are available to local business's.
Documentary film maker Dale Morrissey discusses the fascinating hockey career of Kingston's George Patterson who scored the very first goal in Toronto Maple Leaf history. In 2016 Morrissey directed a film on Patterson's career entitled; Hockey's Lost Boy: The rise and Fall of George Patterson.
@TheMissEmily dropped by the Seaway Studio to talk about her upcoming Facebook Livestream concert on Saturday June 13 at 4pm ET. We also talked about how her professional life has changed over the past few months.
Jason Taylor dropped into see the new Kingstonist podcast studio at Queen and Bagot and to discuss the auto industry as well as the Taylor's history in the car business in Kingston. Thank you to Jason and the Taylor Auto Mall for the continued support of the Kingstonist and our "15 Minutes With" podcast.
Norman Musengimana (@munorma) dropped by Venture Club to talk about growing up in Rwanda and his life in many other countries. Norman came to Canada and YGK in 2017 to attend the Smith School of Business at Queen's University. As a result of his time at Queen's, Norman started and now operates Bizskills Academy which helps young entrepreneurs and others gain access to the workforce.
St. Lawrence College golf Coach Rob Brown dropped by top talk about the upcoming National College Championships in Sorel Quebec, the state of junior golf in Kingston and his Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Coach of the Year award.
Mike Downie was in our Venture Club studio for a two part interview to discuss Chanie Wenjack, history as it pertains to Indigenous people of Canada and the Downie-Wenjack project that his brother Gord championed. @downiewenjack.
Justin Chenier (@ChenierYGK) Executive Director of Business Operations for the Kingston Frontenac's payed a visit to Venture Club for a two segment podcast. In the first segment we talk about the Frontenac's (@KingstonFronts) upcoming season and some great events that they will be holding over the course of the season. During the second segment we discuss Justin's journey with mental health struggles as a result from his time serving with the Canadian Military.
Junior Gaels Junior Varsity Assistant Coach Josh Mosley stopped in to talk about the upcoming Ontario Provincial Football East Final at Richardson Stadium at 3-m on Saturday July 27, 2019. Josh is also a member of the Queen's Gaels Football team.
We speak with Dave Vesnaver of St. Lawrence Parks Commission regarding the upcoming summer at their attractions including Fort Henry, Skywood Eco Adventure and more. Dave is also one of the K-Rock "originals" and in the second segment we talk about the first few years of the station.
Today we spoke with Jesse Whale who is a fashion consultant and much more. In the first segment we talk about style, fashion and her consultation business. In segment 2 we talked about mental health and what Kingston needs in this area.
We had a great chat with Justin Chenier, Executive Director of Business Operations for the Kingston Frontenacs. In the first segment we talk about in-game entertainment. In our second segment we chatted about Shane Wright.