Free Chocolate?

Today we're joined by Lisa Zhu, a member of Fair Trade Edmonton to learn how holidays, chocolate, speaking to strangers all can help create a more ethical global community. On this episode, we find out about how to conduct a successful giveaway, what "Fair Trade"...

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Hacking the System

Today, host Terrence Taylor is joined by Andy Tran, Shwetha Sivakumar and Spandhana Gade, founders and team members of TO-Hacks, an organization who uses innovation competitions to connect youth entrepreneurs, leaders and innovators with the top industry professionals...

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How To Care for Others

Today, host Terrence Taylor is joined by Rising Youth Alumni Kate MacDonald, who worked with community youth to feed people on the street, Jade Paris, who organized a wellness networking event for women students and single mothers and Kieran Calder, who used the...

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Accessibility & Mental Health Supports

Today, host Terrence Taylor is joined by Rising Youth Alumni Joseph Spencer, who helped build accessible picnic tables in Halifax, Hannah Jackson, author of Pics 2 Passion, a book written to support people suffering from mental health issues, and Sohaib Malik, who...

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We’re making a few changes. For now, no more picture shows but we’ll be back soon with some brand new funk.


The project to build CTN started a year and a half ago, and a lot has changed since we started. What began as a podcast about personal stories is now about the guests Terrence Taylor interviews and their experiences.

From growing up as a Black person in North End Halifax, to teaching student athletes from marginalized communities the importance of education, the goal of all episodes is to be informative. Changing The Narrative will continue to grow with the communities that we serve.


Terrence Taylor

Terrence Taylor was born in Las Vegas, Nevada but has spent half of his life in Atlantic Canada. The 30 year old is the founder of Terrence Taylor Media, a social enterprise video production company that creates video content to showcase the stories of brands, businesses and entrepreneurs.

He is also videographer at Common Good Solutions. Terrence believes that in order to become better versions of ourselves, we must challenge each other, become more comfortable saying “I don’t know” and continually seek self-reflection.

His goal on the show is to encourage authenticity and facilitate the conversation to challenge co-hosts, guests and listeners their own personal narratives.

Ezabriell Fraser

Ezabriell Fraser is a married father of three, and was born in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

He graduated from Prince Andrew High School in 2008. Shortly after graduation, he pursued carpentry as a full-time career, and is currently working towards his Red Seal certification.

He picked up photography as a hobby in 2010, and in late 2017, became more serious about it.

Briell has worked with a number of people, including CTN Podcast, BBI (Black-2-Business Initiative), and HostOften.

Mike Tanner

Mike is a full-time stay at home father of two and founder of OneRedCat Media, a digital agency in Halifax focused on organic content. 

He is a serial podcaster and content consultant and when he’s not building a website, launching a brand, or writing a blog, he can be found playing board games or folding himself into surprising yoga poses. 

Mike helps the CTN team create and distribute content.