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Canyouth's Exploration

Canyouth's Exploration

By Canute White
Canyouth's Exploration is a podcast, which focuses on exposing various topics through interviews or presentations by its host.The podcast also spotlights ambitious youths and inspiring people worldwide. The topics could be psychology, education, religion, politics, business, current affairs, or just news. Follow us on Instagram @canyouthsexploration.The episodes may also be watched on its YouTube channel – Sundays at 5 pm. Listened on most podcast platforms. Email us at Remember to comment, rate, share, and SUBSCRIBE.
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Homeschooling during COVID-19 and After: The Canadian & Jamaican Perspectives
Many children worldwide continued to be schooled at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many parents have become amateur teachers despite the presence of trained teachers during virtual learning. It is undoubtedly frustrating for these parents and also for the teachers who have to be online educators. Canyouth's Exploration explores COVID-19 created homeschooling challenges in the Canadian and Jamaican culture. Hear what a trained teacher had to say about homeschooling her child and what she thinks about a blended model of schooling after the pandemic. What are the homeschooling policies in both countries? To what extend are fathers involve in the homeschooling of their children?  Also, get an idea of the challenge principals are facing with the homeschooling process. How are these countries trying to address the home school challenges? Watch on YouTube and listen on your favorite podcast platform. Canyouth's Exploration goes live on YouTube every Sunday at 5 p.m. (ET) from its virtual studio out of Miramar Florida. Comment, rate, and SUBSCRIBE. Follow us on Instagram @canyouthsexploration and Facebook – Canyouth’s Exploration. We endorse Bluehost for this episode. Click the link below to get your website design and hosted through a reliable company.
April 4, 2021
Homeschooling in Jamaica and the USA During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic had shifted classrooms into the bedrooms or living rooms of many families around the world. What were the experiences of parents after been forced into the home school method? We talked to a mother from St. Thomas Jamaica. We also get the USA’s perspective as we talk with another Jamaican mother who resides in the USA with her child. Is there a known home school policy in Jamaica and the USA? What are the challenges and benefits of homeschooling, during the pandemic, as seen by these mothers?  Watch on Youtube, listen, rate, comment, subscribe, and share with others. Email: We are on your favorite podcast platforms. Follow us on Instagram @canyouthsexploration If you want to be a part of our show, which is live every Sunday at 5 p.m. send us an email. We endorse FedEx Office for this episode of Canyouth’s Exploration. Click on the link and check out FedEx Office – They can support your homeschooling efforts.
March 28, 2021
Sex and Relationships Series: Episode 2: The Four Evils of Sex
There are four diabolic elements of sexual challenges that many people suffer. They are not often mentioned but create relationship problems and disruption in the expressions of sexuality. Canyouth’s Exploration will explore these sexual evils in the second episode of its sex and relationships series. Listen on your favorite podcast platform, watch on our YouTube channel, comment, rate, subscribe, and share with others.  Email:
March 21, 2021
Sex and Relationship Series: Episode 1 - Same Sex Marriage – A Sin?
On Monday March 15, 2021 the Vatican had made a pronouncement that same sex marriage is a sin and should not be blessed by the church.  On Canyouth’s Exploration, we explore this belief by the leadership of the Catholic Church in our Sex and Relationship series - Episode 1. What is the Bible’s definition of marriage? Is the Bible against same-sex marriages? Listen, watch on YouTube, comment, share, rate, and subscribe.
March 17, 2021
Mental Health/Illness Series Episode 1 Segment 3 : Remove the Stigma
The issue of mental illness has resurfaced since the Harry and Meghan interview. This interview had allowed many to become transparent about their mental health challenges; hence, gradually removing the stigma. Real people have mental health challenges. They just need help. It’s is not about status, wealth, or race it is about being human.
March 13, 2021
Mental Health/Illness Series Episode 1 Segment 2 : Remove the Stigma
The issue of mental illness has resurfaced since the Harry and Meghan interview. This interview had allowed many to become transparent about their mental health challenges; hence, gradually removing the stigma. Real people have mental health challenges. They just need help. It’s is not about status, wealth, or race it is about being human.
March 13, 2021
Mental Health/Illness Series Episode 1 Segment 1 : Remove the Stigma
The issue of mental illness has resurfaced since the Harry and Meghan interview. This interview had allowed many to become transparent about their mental health challenges; hence, gradually removing the stigma. Real people have mental health challenges. They just need help. It’s is not about status, wealth, or race it is about being human. 
March 13, 2021
Are you happy? Maybe it depends on where you had planted your happy seed. So, where did you plant your happy seed? Canyouth’s Exploration explores happiness in the context of a seed/seedling. Did you plant your happy seed on fertile ground? If not, do you really expect to be happy? Rate, comment, and subscribe. Email us at if you have a question or would like to be a guest on our podcast.
March 7, 2021
Reviewing the Beres Hammond Love from a Distance Virtual Concert
The night of February 28, 2021 was an exciting time for reggae music lovers, and more so the fans of reggae legend Beres Hammond.  Beres gave an excellent virtual performance to his audience who were captivated by his presence after a long time off stage. Canyouth's Exploration was there in the virtual space and will give a review in this episode of "Your topic in a podcast". Beres also showcased artistes such as Buju Banton, Marcia Griffiths, and Popcorn on stage as he rolled out hits he had recorded with those other legends. Please share, comment, and subscribe to our podcast. Find us on Apple podcast and other podcast platforms.  We are on Instagram, Facebook, and www,     
March 1, 2021
Black History Month: Stand up! You are a blackman
Canyouth's Exploration encouraged and empowered black men and boys to be achievers because achievement is a part of the blackman's DNA. He just needs to harness his potential and blame self if he does not achieve. Listen, rate, comment, and subscribe today.
February 21, 2021
Black History Month/Valentine's Day: Blacks in Love – Famous Black Couples
It is not only Black History Month, but we are also celebrating Valentine's Day 2021. What better way to combine BHM with VD than to look at Famous Black Couples? Zeba Blay, a cultural writer, in a Black Voices article dated 2/11/2016, stated that black love can be beautiful, inspiring, and radical. Yes, there is a radiance of beauty to behold with challenges as black loves can be radical with a taste of angry, mistrust, and misunderstanding. There is also an inspiration as one watched the real-life episodes of some famous black couples. Blay suggested that during the relationship struggles in the lives of these famous black lovers, they have overcome through endurance and support for each other. That's the inspiring aspect of black loves amidst the radical overtones. Blay looked at several famous black couples and we had done more research on these couples to bring you this episode. visit Instagram @canyouthsexploration visit our website at Rate, Subscribe, comment, and tell a friend.
February 14, 2021
Reggae Month (February) – 2021: The Late Reggae Legends & Their Legacies
As we celebrate reggae month 2021, it was fitting for us to reflect on the icons of reggae music and their legacies. Canyouth's Exploration, your topic in a podcast, had done some research and presented its own tributes to some of these deceased reggae icons. Where were they born? How did they die? What were the legacies of these late reggae legends? Listen and learn a little about their childhood singing talents. Hear who we featured and the clips we shared with you, while we listened, to trigger your musical taste. It's also black history month so our next episode will be focused on black history. Rate, comment, share and subscribe.
February 6, 2021
Black History Month 2021 - Jamaican Linguistic Culture
As we celebrate black history month, let us protect the linguistic culture of the black communities. The accents of black communities across the globe are legacies of the black ancestors and should be protected. The Jamaican accent is also unique and Canyouth's Exploration encourages the protection of accents that are unique to the black culture. Please rate, comment, and subscribe to our podcast.
February 1, 2021
The Biden/Harris Inauguration - 2021
After the 2020 presidential elections in the United States, many of us waited with bated breath for the inauguration of the country's 46th president, Joe Biden, and vice president, Kamala Harris. Despite the challenges preceding January 20, 2021; the inauguration ceremony was successful. Success may be relative to the lens of the viewers; however, it was entertaining and easily displayed a proportion of the traditional show. As a Caribbean immigrant, this sort of political transition of power is unusual as it was more extravagant than the transition in Jamaica. Indeed, such extravagance would not have been expected from a small country like Jamaica. Naturally, the COVID-19 pandemic had forced the suspension of more elaborate displays and post-event pleasantries. Anyway, it was a great function. Therefore, the inauguration was important because of its display of bipartisanship and entertainment.
January 24, 2021
Martin Luther King (MLK) on Education: Are you Truly Educated?
As we celebrate another Dr. Martin Luther King Day in America on January 18, 2021; we must reflect on his linguistic legacy. MLK had said a lot to create the blueprint for the lives of many - no matter the race. In this episode, we explore MLK comments on education; especially as they relate to intelligence and character. Are you truly educated?
January 18, 2021
Why Do You Lie? Canute's Typology of Lies.
We all lie for various reasons and the most important reason, as a child, was to escape punishment. Even with our integrity, we may think about lying or just, lie! If you say, "No! Not me" then you have just told your first lie. Congratulation! This episode looks at the reasons why we lie. So, have you ever lied? Listen, subscribe, rate, and comment. The following are definitions from Wikipedia:- "A lie is an assertion that is believed to be false, typically used with the purpose of deceiving someone. The practice of communicating lies is called lying. A person who communicates a lie may be termed a liar."
January 11, 2021
Year in Review - Canyouth's Exploration 2020
Canyouth's Exploration started in November 2020 and had gotten over 100 downloads since its inception. Its listeners spread beyond the United States as persons had subscribed from Spain, Ireland, United Kingdom, Canada, and Guyana inter alia. The podcast will continue to be a medium of empowerment and encouragement throughout 2021. However, this episode reflects on the 2020 experiences of Canyouth's Exploration and its listeners. What were the encouraging aspects of the interviews? What was the advice from each interviewee? What were the most interesting parts of these interviews? Let's listen, rate, and comment.
January 4, 2021
'Christmas songs we love to hate' with Aunt Sue
There is a place for Christmas songs during the season but do you love them all? Some are so silent that they take the joy out of Christmas . . . and some take the Lord out of Christmas. Aunt Sue talked about this on Canyouth's Exploration.
December 24, 2020
Young Lesbian In Abusive Lesbian Relationship
A young lesbian shared her story of abuse, pain, and distress in a lesbian relationship. She described her hurt, disappointments, and goals as she experienced a relationship crisis that left her homeless and heartbroken. Despite the challenges, she was not prepared to move on as she struggled with suicidal thoughts and crying spells. She talked with Canyouth's Exploration and agreed for us to share her story on this episode. If you want to help her send us an email at and also follow us on Instagram @canyouthsexploration. We want you to subscribe, rate, and comment through any of the podcast platforms that carry our episodes.
December 20, 2020
COVID-19: The What,Where, When, How, and Why?
If you are reading this, then you are/were still alive during the COVID-19 pandemic, which was considered the worst pandemic we have ever seen. If you were not fond of surprises, then you were forced to accept the COVID-19 pandemic, which was caused by the SAR-CoV-2 virus that had spread through the world while its inhabitants were not looking. It was like a ghost that suddenly appeared and lingered, creating damages and affecting everyone's life—those lives it had not taken. Not only was the world at a lull during the pandemic, but it changed during dormancy, and it will never return to true normalcy. What had happened? Where did it start? When it really started? How did it start? Why did it start? Using the framework of the book 'Oriental Ghost: Tale of the Coronavirus', this episode of Canyouth'sExploration explores. COVID-19: The what, where, when, how, and why? Please rely on the CDC for information about COVID-19 and follow the advice of your local public health authorities' for instructions.
December 14, 2020
'Sports, Tested COVID Positive': Interview with Keisha Hill, Sports Journalist and Motivational Speaker
How can we participate in sport/games as spectators, audience or players if we must maintain distances of 6 feet or more, wash our hands and suppressed shouts of competitiveness with a mask covering our mouth? The question is whether we are being protected from sport or sport being protected from us? Let's say “Sports, Tested COVID Positive”. That is the topic for this episode of Canyouth's Exploration, ‘your topic in a podcast'. Our guest had dabbled into sports journalism; therefore, she understands the impact of the pandemic on the lives of sports in Jamaica and other parts of the world. Sport is as universal as the COVID-19 pandemic. However, is the pandemic affecting sport differently in different parts of the world? If the Cambridge Dictionary defined sport as a game, competition, or activity needing physical effort and skill that is played or done according to rules, for enjoyment and/or as a job, then, can sport dies from COVID-19? We will hear from Keisha Hill: a sports journalist, communication consultant, and motivational speaker. She will also give an empowering story of struggle and achievements.
December 6, 2020
The Reality in Overcoming Mental Health Challenges - Generalized Anxiety Disorder
GAD is an extremely serious mental health condition that we should never take lightly, and it can affect all facets of the life of those living with the disorder. None of us are exempted from mental illness as we are highly susceptible to the onset of mental disorder. I have seen normal healthy individuals suddenly developed mental challenges that have changed their lives. Just as the saying goes, “we may be here today and gone tomorrow” so, “we may be mentally healthy today and become mentally ill tomorrow” However, what is the reality of overcoming mental illnesses for those individuals who had struggled with mental health symptoms.
November 27, 2020
It's Only a Dent - Meet the Author: Shanique Anderson
A new Jamaican author had written an inspirational book titled ' It's Only a Dent: A Story of Preservation and Rising after Adversity' This episode of Canyouth's Exploration featured Shanique Anderson who will tell us more about herself, her book, and her story. Her story will encourage you and let you reframe your challenges and forgive those who have hurt you years ago. Listen to it all on Canyouth's Exploration and, buy the book on Amazon. Please! Also, subscribe and listen to other episodes.
November 18, 2020
The term self-aweirdness was coined by Canute White to describe individuals' levels of awareness of their weirdness. To explain the term, I have interviewed someone who believes that she is weird and appeared to be comfortable with it. The book, 'Weird people started-the art of self-aweirdness' is on Amazon and will also explain the concept.
November 11, 2020