Standing In The 6ix



Two everyday dudes explore the simple complexities of their existence:Who they are, why they get up in the morning, and what they stand for. Enjoy the ride.


  • #43 Say Something Funny!!!

    26/04/2021 Duration: 01h01min

    Meet Rising Comedian Neema Nazeri AKA Neemanaz. Gaining thousands of subscribers on a weekly basis, Neema is using one secret ingredient to help cope during these depressing times dealing with the pandemic...COMEDY! Ladies and Gentlemen - Neema Nazeri!

  • Let's Make a Baby!

    19/04/2021 Duration: 34min

    Not many Canadian know what it’s like to have a song blow up.  Blow up is a good thing in music terms. :)  With 35 millions streams on Spotify - Alx Veliz’ breakout track ‘Dancing Kizomba’ changed everything for him.  Well sort of.   The Canadian label he was signed to was so surprised with his success, they didn’t know what to do.  So guess WHAT they did?  Nothing.  Why?   They didn’t know which box to fit him in.  Honestly. Major success has a way of challenging you, everyone around you, and even challenging the industry you sacrificed everything for to not just accept you, but to celebrate you.  But what do you do when you live in a city known for the toughest fans to win over?  You keep going.  You keep creating.  You keep sharing your gift.  And that’s what Alx is doing. Alx’ fusion of sound, sensibility and serrrrrrrrrrrious talent has him poised to take his ‘World Music’ sound to where it belongs - the world.   Ladies and Gentlemen - Alx Veliz.

  • #41 Never Be A Victim

    12/04/2021 Duration: 45min

    Jim Bremner is no stranger to threats.  With over 30 years experience in law enforcement - including uniform patrol, emergency response tactical unit as Special Weapons Team leader, and a member and trainer of the bomb squad, Jim had no idea his biggest challenge would come off the job - suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (P.T.S.D). Drawing from his own life experience, Jim has co-authored ‘Crack in the Armour: a police officer’s guide to surviving post traumatic stress disorder’, a self-help guide written to assist first responders in understanding the effects of work-related critical incident stress. In this episode, Jim also shares tips on how to survive an Active Shooter/Attacker incident, understanding P.T.S.D further, and insight on how someone can help a loved one, friend or colleague, and EVEN THEMSELVES - to no longer suffer in silence. Ladies and Gentlemen….Jim Bremner!


    05/04/2021 Duration: 01h02min

    Embrace change!!! With the pandemic wearing many people down, isn’t adjusting to lockdown life enough? Understandable you may be tired. You may be fed up. You may even be depressed, struggling to have any hope that life will return to normal, that YOUR life will one day be full of happiness, full of house guests, full of HUGS… You may have lost your job. Lost your livelihood. Lost your family time. Lost your friendships. Lost your hope. Do you just give up? Like the weather - there are some things you do not control in your life. Yes - just some. Do you run and hide from the rain like it’s acidic and going to kill you? Do you see snow and hibernate? Does the cold, or the heat, or the wind, or the still air prevent you from LIVING? Kevin Barton (Creative Strategist to some household name music artists and worldwide brands) shares professional insight on the importance of PIVOTING. Pivoting means you plant your feet, you change your direction, you prepare your next move, and you explode forward - perhaps in a w

  • #39 To Serve and Protect

    22/03/2021 Duration: 01h08min

    What does it mean “To Serve”. The words define the mission of the police, which is to “serve" citizens through valuing, trusting, and respecting every person they come in contact with. A commitment made by every police officer in service. Dale Swift is no ordinary cop. He’s a Neighbourhood Community Police Officer who’s changing the game and has one main goal in his job….to make a positive impact to the people he serves in our great City. Ladies and Gentlemen….Dale Swift!

  • #38 Project #Engage416

    15/03/2021 Duration: 01h19min

    You can't solve a problem from the outside in! We welcome back Detective Constable Ron Chhinzer from the Integrated Gang Prevention Task Force and dive into Project #Engage416 which has been revamped to adjust to a post-COVID world. Project #Engage416 aims to reduce gun & gang violence, sexual violence & harassment, and human trafficking through establishing community connections. Ladies and Gentlemen, Ron Chhinzer! FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE

  • #37 New Neil VS Old Neil

    08/03/2021 Duration: 01h57min

    We welcome back CEO of the Substance Group Neil Forester.   This time back, a lot has changed for Neil for the better. Join us as we dive deep and reflect how the past year has changed ways of thinking and put Neil back into a whole new direction. Ladies and Gentlemen, Neil Forester! FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE

  • #36 Train Like Your Life Depends on it!

    01/03/2021 Duration: 01h11min

    We speak to Steve Summerville, President of Stay Safe IP and the importance of training in the workforce. Steve Summerville has dedicated his life’s work towards creating safe work environments. Whether security, healthcare, large events or corporate workspaces, Steve is an expert trainer in De-escalation Techniques, Mitigation of Litigation and a true asset to those who implement his proven strategies. Steve completed a 24-year career with the Toronto Police Service in both uniform and detective services completing his tenure as a Staff Sergeant at the Ontario Police College in the “use of force/ defensive tactics” section. Steve has instructed thousands in the areas of defensive tactics, crisis management, the management of resistant behaviour and use of force/subject control concepts and has completed courses of study at the National Expert Witness Academy, Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, the Canadian Police College, the Canadian Emergency Preparedness College, Emergency Measures Ontario, the Toro

  • Your Journey is the Destination!

    22/02/2021 Duration: 01h03min

    From Writing Letter to Studios to Writing hit songs, Award-winning, multi-platinum-selling songwriter, music producer, composer and multimedia artist Gary Go reveals the secret sauce on pursuing your dreams and making it a reality. Gary Baker (born in 1985), known professionally as Gary Go, is a British songwriter, producer, composer and multimedia artist. He has written and produced songs released by artists including Rihanna, Robbie Williams, Steve Angello, Benny Benassi, Gryffin, Take That, Ruby Rose, The Knocks, Celeste, Borgore, The 2 Bears, Party Pupils, Kylie Minogue, Ronan Keating, Morgxn, Simply Red, Katharine McPhee, Joseph Arthur, Thomas Azier, Carina Round, Laleh and Juliette Lewis. Gary Go has gained publicity and media attention for his use of technology and social media tools. He was the first artist to use Twitter as a tool for collaborative songwriting,[3] and to use the iPhone as a live performance instrument and complete production studio Ladies and gentlemen, Gary Go! FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRA

  • #34 The Covid Police

    15/02/2021 Duration: 01h30min

    In this episode, we speak to long time show friend Miguel Anthony Live discussing the state of the film industry during covid, and if you should travel during the pandemic. Ladies and gentlemen, Miguel Anthony Live! FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE

  • #33 Exposing Gun Violence

    08/02/2021 Duration: 01h01min

    Today we chat with Rico King about why he thinks Toronto is struggling to tackle a growing gun problem. Rico King is an American documentary filmmaker who is putting his lens on the people and communities impacted by gun violence in Toronto. Rico King is also a film producer, director, screenwriter & actor best known for producing Tears in the Bayou. In 2016, Rico was awarded the prestigious Best Film and Best Documentary at the Mount Vernon Film Festival for his film Down in the Hole, a documentary about police brutality and life in Baltimore, MD. In 2017 he then also received the prestigious diamond award for his documentary Tears in the Bayou along with two more awards for a short film he shot for SAG-AFTRA called With Dad. Having been a resident of all the neighborhoods in his films, Rico traditionally dedicates his characters to real life people he knew or events he experienced or witnessed. In addition to working as a film producer and actor, Rico King is also an entrepreneur and community activist.

  • #32 Pay it Forward

    01/02/2021 Duration: 01h22min

    Have you ever gone out of our way to help someone?  Were you aware of the impact you made helping others? Find out out how Brine is changing the game and helping others in the healthcare sector. Ladies and gentlemen, Brine Hamilton FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE

  • #31 The Power of Kindness

    02/11/2020 Duration: 02h41s

    The Empathy Switch! Are you a kind soul? Everyone needs to ask that question at some point in their lives. Check out this interview where we speak Dr. Brian Goldman, physician & author of "The Power of Kindness" with guest host Steven Summerville. Ladies and gentlemen, Dr. Brian Goldman. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE

  • Stand out Moments from S1E2 - NO Excuses!

    30/09/2019 Duration: 08min

    In these clips, Joel Gerson reminds us that we can either make excuses or focus on solutions. From the statement, “the only way out is through” to complaining about the cold is an indication of weakness, it’s important for us to remember that no matter the obstacle, we still have choice. The right choices free us from a victim mentality and equip us with the skills necessary to come out victorious. This is what Joel did and this is what he teaches. Ladies and gentlemen, Joel Gerson. To listen to the full episode click To listen to the full episode click   SEASON 2 PREMIERE'S JANUARY 2020 FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE   To listen to the full episode cli

  • Stand out Moments from S1E4 - B is for Bullying (Prevention)

    23/09/2019 Duration: 07min

    School’s back in session and for some, this means initiations are in full effect. For those who experience bullying it’s often a traumatic and dreadful reality. So, we thought now’s the perfect time to take you back to our episode with ‘Mr. Bullying Prevention’ himself, Anthony McLean. Anthony reminds us that like most things in life, we must equip ourselves with the correct tools. Tools that allow us to embrace our identity and live boldly. Did you hear that bell?!? It’s time to head to SIT6 class and trust us, this a class you don’t want to skip! Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. McLean. To listen to the full episode click   SEASON 2 PREMIERE'S JANUARY 2020 FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE

  • Stand out Moments from S1E5 - From the Vault of Young Justin Bieber

    16/09/2019 Duration: 15min

    From being stuffed into hockey bags, to solving rubics cubes, check out a "Standout out Moment" clip from season 1 episode 5 where Neil Forester goes back in time when he worked with Justin Bieber. To listen to the full episode click SEASON 2 PREMIERE'S JANUARY 2020   FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE  

  • Stand out Moments from S1E6 - The Friday that Changed my Life Forever

    09/09/2019 Duration: 05min

    Check out a Stand out Moment from S1 E6 where You Tube Sensation Sean Ward talks about how one particular Friday changed his life forever. To listen to the full episode click here:   SEASON 2 PREMIERE'S JANUARY 2020   FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER WATCH ON YOUTUBE  

  • Stand out Moments from S1E24 - Sacrifice = Victories

    02/09/2019 Duration: 03min

    Check out a Stand out Moment from S1 E24 where Isaac talks about the Victories earned from Sacrificing to move forward. To listen to the full episode click here:   SEASON 2 PREMIERE'S JANUARY 2020 -------------- Eddie Murphy may have ‘Come to America’ but the Olowolafe’s came to Canada. Like Prince Hakeem, Isaac Jr. learned two very important lessons from a young age; the importance of wealth generation and the importance of giving back. These two lessons sew seeds deep within him that together, have blossomed into his life mission. As North America’s fourth largest city, it is no secret that Toronto is burgeoning with opportunity, opportunities usually not as readily available to its black residents. With the creation of BIF (the Black Innovation Fellowship), Isaac has created a movement that strategically provides them with the economic tools they need to flourish, specially in the world of tech. Now par

  • #30 The RISE over Human Trafficking

    26/08/2019 Duration: 01h01min

    90% of human sex trafficking victims in Canada are born and raised on this very soil. Just ask Rhonelle Bruder.   At the age of 16 Rhonelle first encountered what seemed to be the glamorous and alluring sex world. It was a girl only a few years older than her who was her introduction. She had a condo, a perfectly polished appearance and the finest of everything. It turns out she was also a recruiter. Rhonelle soon found herself caught up in a not so glamorous situation. Luckily for her she was able to escape after a few short months. Now as the creator of the R.I.S.E. Initiative, Rhonelle is helping youth avoid and escape the realities of sexual exploitation, poverty and homelessness. Her light shines brightly on the darkness of a world so few even know exists. Ladies and gentlemen, Rhonelle Bruder. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Michael - Constantine - Jerry - FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

  • #29 Undercover Terrorist?

    19/08/2019 Duration: 01h15min

    It was almost as if it were predestined. At the very least, it was seared into Mubin's gene pool. He was the grandson of an undercover cop in India, but York region is not India. By day, he was a public school student and by night he went to medresa - Islamic school. It was the perfect storm for an identity crisis and his was a tornado. When Mubin was shamed for a common teenage blunder, he found himself in his Muslim faith. His quest for Allah took him overseas where he came face-to-face with the Taliban. They were just what he was looking for... at least this is what he thought. A belief that came crashing down with the second plane on 9/11. It took 2 years in Syria - studying with Sufi Muslims, to correct his views and bring him inline with his purpose. Now Mubin is following in his grandfather’s footsteps. As an undercover personnel, he worked with CSIS and the RCMP to fight the good fight against terrorism on Canadian soil. Mubin is even featured in the Washington Spy Museum, where they have an entire wa

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