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Bill Collins discusses the longevity superfood: why & how to farm it, champion it, and consume it!

Join Host, Angela Faye on Canada’s Podcast speaking to Bill Collins about seaweed as a longevity superfood, plus how you can get involved in farming it, championing, and consuming it!

Dying is not good for business! Living a healthier, active lifestyle by farming and consuming SEAWEED is a value proposition poised to help accelerate Canada to the Global Top 3 Best Sustainable Fish & Seafood Producers by 2040. Helping lead the movement is Bill Collins, Founder of Cascadia Seaweed where they are helping human and planetary wellness happen from their basecamp on Vancouver Island, BC Canada.

Pressures on the ocean are intense and growing. Most community leaders are increasingly concerned about food security and stable job creation. Mounting fear around the preservation of coastal communities around the world. And the dire need for major transformations towards a lower-carbon food future.

All of these have mobilized Bill Collins to harness his experience as a “Master of Science’ in geology, military/government salesmen for leading-edge sonar systems, executor of sound businesses, and promoter of Vancouver Island as a unique global Foreign Trade Zone, to co-Found Cascadia Seaweed.


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Erin Crane Discusses the Unique Factors That Make Lethbridge a Great Place for Entrepreneurs!

Erin Crane, Director, Investment Attraction for Economic Development Lethbridge, talks about the unique factors that make the southern Alberta city a unique place for businesses and entrepreneurs and the key initiatives the organization has championed, including Brighter Together, to support those efforts.


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Brett Annable, Owner of Millionaires Row Cider Company, Is Helping Keep the Essence of Canada’s Rich Entrepreneurial History Alive!

Armed with the dream of a family farm, finance experience and theological training, Brett Annable and his wife Janet purchased a 10-acre apple orchard in Summerland, British Columbia, discovered a rich history on their land, then launched ‘Millionnaires’ Row Cider Company. Brett & Janet combined their skills and together tapped into their entrepreneurial spirit to become a couple and ‘product’ of note in the Okanagan Valley. Brett and Janet, through their ‘cider’ making, tasting, distribution and storytelling – are helping to keep the essence of the ‘Millionnaire’s Row’ story alive as part of Canada’s rich entrepreneurial history. Three of the ‘Millionnaires’ were national bank presidents – ultimately knighted for their contributions to Canada – responsible for providing much of the initial capital to finance western Canada’s timber, mining, transportation and utility industries; and whose benevolence later extended to helping establish the ‘Okanagan’s notoriety as a ‘fruit’ growing/manufacturing mecca, and a destination of choice to experience local farms, markets, stores, restaurants, wineries, breweries and more.

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Regula Estermann

Regula Estermann est graduée du Collège MacDonald (McGill University) en gestion d’entreprise agricole en 2010 et détient également un baccalauréat en administration, mineur en économie de l’Université Bishop’s depuis 2013. Elle est co-propriétaire depuis 2016 avec son frère Martin de Ferme Estermann Inc.

Ferme Estermann Inc. est une entreprise laitière de 320 kg de quota et de 500 acres en cultures. Régula est responsable de la gestion du troupeau, de la gestion des ressources humaines et de la gestion financière de l’entreprise.

Regula parle couramment, anglais, français, allemand et espagnol et a un intérêt pour les voyages elle est aussi la maman de Léonie 1 an.