Pure Country Kingston

  • Home Hangouts with Emerson Drive

    Shannon has been a fan of the band FOREVER so it was fun finding out how the band has evolved, how much his kids love music, and how famous his daughter thinks she'll be after being in their video for their new song ‘Footprints on the Moon’!
  • Home Hangouts with Kip Moore

    Taking a break from rock climbing the mountains in Kentucky, Kip Moore sits down with Shannon Ella for a Pure Country Home Hangout! Continuing to write music during this time, Kip tells us about how situations like these enhance your self-growth.
  • Home Hangouts with Carly Pearce

    Recently returning home from spending time with her mom in Alabama, Carly tells us how her hit song ‘I Hope You’re Happy Now’ ft. Lee Brice came to be, about walking her cat on a leash, what positives she’s found during this difficult time, and more!
  • Living in the COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL

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  • The success of the economic recovery during COVID-19 depends upon your behaviour

    Whether it’s re-opening our economy, getting the kids back to class, or keeping your regular dentist appointment – the recovery and success will depend on your comfort and your confidence that we will be able to do all of this safely as we face the challenges of COVID-19.   Sarah Thorne, President and CEO of Decision • Partners is a behavioural researcher. She says we are all in a state of adaptive management. As much as we may think things have changed quickly, Thorne says our collective experience during this pandemic has been one of “slowing things down”. It’s causing us to think of what we’re doing, why we’re doing it and re-evaluating our values.   As it stands now, her research suggests most Canadians are becoming active risk assessors and will make decisions now based on their own comfort and confidence that they and their families will be safe.
  • Re-Imagining Recovery - Standing our cities back up in the COVID era.

    The effort to restart and regenerate economies across the country is proving to be more art than science. It’s But it’s a choreography that leans towards improv over planning.  We’ve never faced this before.   So governements, public health authorities and business are having to process this as we go. And there’s only one opportunity to do it right.   How do we do that?   Well, the Toronto Region Board of Trade has laid out a series of measures to help local economies re-open safely.   The report is called RE-IMAGINING RECOVERY….and we’ve assembled our Round Table to explore the ideas.   We are joined by Richard Joy Executive Director Urban Land Institute Toronto, Scott Beck President and CEO Tourism Toronto and Jan De Silva President and CEO Toronto Region Board of Trade  
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