The Good News Podcast is your daily reminder that not all news is bad, produced by Colleen and Neil.
After a "purposeful pause," the In Happier News podcast is back by popular demand. Who doesn't need some positive news right now with everything going on with COVID-19?! Here are happier, inspiring stories from around the world in ten minutes or less.
In episode 3 of Can We Just Ask: What’s the good news? we talk about bear hunts, shoeboxes for postmen, scientific innovations, and more streaming of the arts. Today we are winding down the week with some more positive stories and initiatives that have uplifted us over the past few weeks.
This episode talks about the positive stories that are taking place during this pandemic. The acts of kindness that make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Because, believe it or not, it's not all doom and gloom. Good news stories are out there. And they're plentiful.
Among all the recent negative news as a result of COVID-19, there are shining examples of people using the situation as an opportunity to help others and show kindness.
I have been closely following the research on C19 since the very beginning. It is my mission to provide you with the information you need to know that the media is refusing to tell. You will learn what the biggest predictors are on how well you will be able to effectively deal with the virus.
Tonight's COVID-19 coverage includes some much needed good news, an early Christmas present for inmates, and a psychological look at the mindset of people who think they're immune. But first, as always, some Canadian common sense.