Best Atlantic Canada podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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Dog Island
Monthly+
 
A podcast about politics, work and culture from Halifax, Nova Scotia. We are Atlantic Canada's number #1 cultural marxist internet radio program. Welcome to the Island.
 
Atlantic Canada's #1 Football Podcast focusing on the NFL and CFL!!
 
Off Script is a podcast for engaged citizens, public leaders and activists in Atlantic Canada. In April of 2019, this podcast will be dedicated to exploring the politics and possibilities surrounding the April 23 provincial election and referendum on electoral reform. Join hosts, Mark Coffin and Jesse Hitchcock, as they try to make sense of it all. Explore our past episodes for conversations with former Nova Scotia MLAs (Season One), and conversations with active elected officials and activi ...
 
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902 BrewCast
Monthly+
 
The East Coast Beer podcast, exploring the stories behind your favorite craft breweries and craft beer destinations in Atlantic Canada.
 
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Bridge The Atlantic
Monthly+
 
Hosted by singer/songwriter Marcio Novelli (Toronto, Canada) and web designer Ross Barber-Smith (Glasgow, Scotland), Bridge the Atlantic is a humorous and insightful exploration of the creative industries, directly from those who are working within it. With a varied range of guests including musicians, filmmakers, actors, artists and other creative professionals, Bridge the Atlantic is an entertaining mix of funny “WTF” moments, career defining experiences and industry advice. New episodes e ...
 
Changing the cannabis conversation in Atlantic Canada
 
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East of The Dial
Monthly+
 
Discover the best that Canada's East Coast music scene has to offer. Join the Ginger Mafia each week as they play the Atlantic Canadian musicians you love and the indie artists you're about to love.
 
Guy Scheiman is one of the most successful DJs and producers on the international club scene, with club bookings that span the globe and official remixes for some of the world’s biggest stars, including JLo, Kylie Minogue, Rihanna and Lady Gaga. Based in Tel Aviv, Scheiman is known for his high-energy sound that combines house, progressive, tribal and tech house with strong melodies and memorable vocals. His live sets feature strong grooves and powerful bass-lines that ignite his dance floor ...
 
Engaging and thoughtful insights into Atlantic Canada through conversations with business leaders, innovators, and high performers.
 
What makes Atlantic Canada a great place to live, & do business?We do. It all begins with our stories.Shining the spotlight on Maritime entrepreneurship, leaders, innovation and community. Hosted by: Kathlene Sutherland specializes in strategic marketing for small business. She is an AWAI verified copywriter, certified Emotional Fitness™ coach, and multi-disciplinary artist who loves a great story.Inbox: info@kcsutherland.comJoin FB Group (Marketing Help)www.facebook.com/groups/mrktcoachLear ...
 
A hockey podcast hosted by Dimitri Filipovic.
 
Max got his start spinning in Toronto, over 25 years ago opening for such legends as Susan Morabito, David Knapp and Barry Harris. After a long hiatus, Max is busy again playing parties throughout the continent: DILF, Bearracuda, BRUT, Reflex, Meat Rack and a multitude of special events including Folsom Street Fair, Mid Atlantic Leather, IML, Provincetown Bear Week, and numerous Pride festivals across the U.S. and Canada. You can find his podcast, "Red Light Feeling" on Soundcloud, Mixcloud ...
 
Halifax Is Burning : Interviews is a podcast that shines a spotlight on feature length conversations with musicians, artists, and interesting people from Canada's East Coast and beyond. Halifax Is Burning is a radio show dedicated to promoting the best in Atlantic Canadian music. Airing Tuesdays on CKDU 88.1FM in Halifax, NS at 6:30pm, the show was named Music Nova Scotia's Radio Program of the Year for the last five years and won the East Coast Music Award for Media Outlet of the Year in bo ...
 
Demanded internationally, DJ Baby Yu is one of North America’s most experienced, versatile well respected and highly connected DJ’s. Baby Yu without a doubt is a staple in the entertainment industry world-wide.Based in Atlanta, Georgia, he has held residencies at Velvet Room, Whiskey Park, at the W Hotel and Tongue and Groove, Door 44, Aja Lounge, Opera, Compound, Aurum, Gold Room and more. Currently Baby Yu spins at Vanquish, Compound and Reign. Along with his weekly club residencies- Baby ...
 
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Submerged
Monthly
 
Host Graeme Stewart-Robertson brings stories from the front-line of environmental research, policy and community action from across Canada and the world by speaking directly to those working on the ground and in the lab. From Climate Change adaptation and environmental justice to fisheries science and water chemistry, hear first-hand how thought-leaders from around the world are affecting change today and into the future.
 
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Starting Stories
Rare
 
Graham Mann is cofounder of Lean Systems, a logistics startup with offices in New York and Montreal, a graduate of Techstars NYC, and recipient of the 2017 Startup Canada Young Entrepreneur award. On this podcast, he interviews top entrepreneurs, creatives, investors and more, to learn about how they got started, and the habits and tools that led to their success.
 
Welcome to the Sports & Entertainment Atlantic Podcast.S/E/A is the leading production company for world-class sports and entertainment events in Atlantic Canada.
 
Demanded internationally, DJ Baby Yu is one of North America’s most experienced, versatile well respected and highly connected DJ’s. Baby Yu without a doubt is a staple in the entertainment industry world-wide.Based in Atlanta, Georgia, he has held residencies at Velvet Room, Whiskey Park, at the W Hotel and Tongue and Groove, Door 44, Aja Lounge, Opera, Compound, Aurum, Gold Room and more. Currently Baby Yu spins at Vanquish, Compound and Reign. Along with his weekly club residencies- Baby ...
 
The ocean is a part of daily life in Newfoundland and Labrador. Whether it’s fishing, tourism, shipping, research or culture, there are thousands of people whose lives have some connection to the sea. The Broadcast casts a wide net to explore the stories of people in coastal communities in Newfoundland and Labrador and around the world.
 
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Shift (NB)
Daily
 
Shift is an energetic two and a half hours that connects people in the province with the events of the day and with each other.
 
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RaptorBlog Radio
Monthly
 
Drew Fairservice, Scott Carefoot, Joseph Casciaro and Oliver Macklem discuss the topics that have Raptors fans buzzing."
 
Equity.Guru's Chris Parry and his expert journalism team talk to business leaders, executives and investors about opportunities in North America and beyond.
 
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The Feast
Monthly
 
The Feast presents delectable stories from the dining tables of history. Every two weeks, we immerse you in the sights, sounds, & tastes of a meal from the past. Make bread with medieval monks; share a martini with Churchill. Find out what wars were won & which kingdoms were lost, all for the sake of a good meal. Email suggestions for shows to thefeast@thefeastpodcast.org
 
It was during one of her proud and prosperous eras that France began her task of creating an empire beyond the Atlantic. At no time, indeed, was she better equipped for the work. No power of Western Europe since the days of Roman glory had possessed such facilities for conquering and governing new lands. If ever there was a land able and ready to take up the white man's burden it was the France of the seventeenth century.
 
Louisbourg was no mere isolated stronghold which could be lost or won without affecting the wider issues of oversea dominion. On the contrary, it was a necessary link in the chain of waterside posts which connected France with America by way of the Atlantic, the St Lawrence, the Great Lakes, and the Mississippi. But since the chain itself and all its other links, and even the peculiar relation of Louisbourg to the Acadians and the Conquest, have been fully described elsewhere in the Chronicl ...
 
Hosted by Erin O’Toole, Conservative Member of Parliament and former Minister of Veterans Affairs, Blue Skies is a podcast about Canadian conservatism. Episodes showcase both the ideas and personalities driving this movement and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
 
The Comedy East Podcast features comedians from, and those touring through, the east coast of Canada. Tune in, share, subscribe and enjoy!
 
Find out about People, Places and Attractions in Atlantic Canada.
 
Dena Churchill - Chiropractor, speaker, author and consultant…Dr. Dena Churchill is a Chiropractic Doctor and dynamic keynote speaker remembered for her ability to deeply connect with audiences with clarity, wisdom and humour. With a humble confidence she draws on a wealth of real-life experiences to help you envision your best and illustrate ideas in a way that is both entertaining and informative, offering ageless wisdom of the trillium of mind, body, spirit balance in healing and transfor ...
 
The ADR Institute of Canada (ADRIC) is recognized as Canada’s preeminent alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professional organization. ADRIC sets the standard for best practices for ADR in Canada. We support conflict resolution through arbitration, mediation and other forms of ADR, and provide leadership, value and support to our members. ADRIC’s mission is to advance the practice and profile of ADR across Canada. We provide education and certification, promote ethical standards and profes ...
 
ICEBREAKERS is the official 2017 ICE Awards podcast, celebrating the best of Atlantic Canadian creativity! ICE is an acronym that stands for Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise. The ICE Awards are organized by a diverse group of Atlantic Canadian advertising and marketing professionals to celebrate creative advertising made in Atlantic Canada, and vie for the coveted crystal ICE Buckets. ICE holds the belief that advocating for best practices in our industry will contribute to this region’ ...
 
Zeff presents #EmailFromAmerica - your weekly missive from across the pond on ZoneOneRadio - the digital radio station for Central London.Use this channel to subscribe to #EmailFromAmerica and Zeff's weekly Atlantic Voice Podcasthttp://www.twitter.com/TheBigZeff and http://www.twitter.com/z1radiohttp://www.ZoneOneRadio.comhttp://www.facebook.com/ZoneOneRadio
 
Travel and Fitness into Retirement
 
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Gold closed on a record high for 2019 today, giving the impression that the heady days of a bullish gold market might just be on the horizon and junior explorers are positioning themselves to take advantage of the precious metals supercycle. Great Bear Resources (GBR.V) is developing a high-grade gold project near storied Red Lake, Ontario wher ...…
 
Grand Theft Bus is playing Folly Fest next weekend in the Village of Gagetown. Bass player and vocalist Graeme Walker said they're also using the concert to record their first live album.
 
Military members from CFB Gagetown are in the Caribbean this week. Major Calvin Cooper said they are training military from other nations in humanitarian assistance and disaster response.
 
Director Pam Novak spent the last couple of months nursing an endangered lynx back to health. But looking after the big cat wasn't easy.
 
Sixty people are homeless after their apartment building was deemed unsafe by the fire marshall. Resident Steve MacDonald said the Red Cross is putting them up for one night but then they have to find their own place.
 
For years people kept watch over a Peregrine Falcon nest at Hopewell Rocks. But this year, there are no young. Interpretive services manager Paul Gaudet said this is the first time there's no offspring. And wildlife biologist Joe Kennedy said it's not the only nest to fail this year.
 
We're back, sorry for the long delay. Chris fills us all in on the public consultations regarding the cornwallis statue. We then talk about our experiences at the two different Green New Deals events the past few weeks. Finally we roast Chris for being wrong about the Raptors and talk about our upcoming live show at Sappyfest. For the full Sapp ...…
 
We welcome back the CFL Season and break down Week 1, plus we discuss our Power Rankings, Fantasy, and other stories!! Hope you enjoy!! You can also find a Video Format of this podcast on Youtube by searching First Down Sports Podcast!By Wray Dunn - Host.
 
New Brunswick's Financial and Consumer Services Commission wants more people to know about seniors becoming the victim of financial abuse. CEO Rick Hancox said there are still not enough people reporting abuse. And many people don't know how to react when it happens.
 
Oil and gas industry players gather in St. John's as environmental concern continues to grow. Ramea's fish plant may soon offer more work processing sea urchin. Owner Danny Dumaresque explains the challenges of supplying raw material for growing demand.
 
If you've ever considered playing wheelchair rugby, or perhaps wheelchair tennis, now's your chance. Parasport NB is hosting a number of Have a Go days. Program coordinator Simon Richard said it's a great way for people to get active and become part of a new community.
 
Canada's first national Food Policy promises to deal with food waste and access to food, while boosting the profile of domestic and locally grown foods. But Dalhousie University professor Sylvain Charlesbois said it fails to tackle issues with food security and rural economies.
 
Dozens of dead fish in Moncton's Jones Lake are worrying residents of the area. But a Moncton biology professor said the fish are likely dying because of rapid temperature changes.
 
Cannabis edibles are already a healthy part of California's legalized cannabis sector and companies like PLUS Products (PLUS.C) are positioning to capture a share of that massive market. How will the edibles sector perform in Canada once legal? On Friday, Health Canada held a conference call to discuss the latest edition of its cannabis edibles ...…
 
Seals eat cod but scientists say the situation with grey seals in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and harp seals off Newfoundland's north east coat is very different. Sealers want more science and more support for their industry.
 
A Midsummer Night's Dream will be staged in Odell Park. And director Len Falkenstein is injecting some Hollywood movie magic from the 1940s and '50s. Meanwhile, John Ball is directing Measure for Measure in Barracks Square, and setting the story in the 1960s.
 
Board members are looking to raise $5 million to build a 10-bed residential hospice in the Moncton area. Hospice South East New Brunswick board chair Dennis Cochrane said the community recognizes the need for the facility. And Tradina Meadows Forgeron, executive director of Hospice SENB, stressed how the facility will feel like a home, not a ho ...…
 
The plan has been in the works for some years, after Bathurst and nearby municipalities decided to jointly promote tourism. Bathurst Mayor Paolo Fongemie said many people underestimate the importance of tourism in the region.
 
Alex Prewitt joins the show to put a bow on the Stanley Cup Final, discuss how the Blues finally won it all and how they celebrated after behind the scenes. Plus we get into offseason scuttlebutt, the Flyers and Capitals making a trade, the Islanders immediately splashing some cash, and a hockey documentary everyone needs to see. 5:00 How Game ...…
 
Just before GTEC Holdings (GTEC.V) went public, Equity Guru’s Chris Parry summarised GTEC like this: “GTEC’s growers are genuinely small batch, artisan guys. They haven’t come to market with a ‘We’re going to have the biggest greenhouse in the world’ play. They’re coming to market with this play: We already have a grow license.We have four othe ...…
 
Bill Bennett was one of Newfoundland and Labrador's aviation pioneers. Hear about his life in a Land & Sea archival special from 45 years ago.
 
Alain Clavette got to see a common galinule that's been hanging around Sackvilel and he was more than excited!
 
The St. Louis Blues hoisted the Stanley Cup this week. A first for the team and a huge win for Fredericton native and Blues goaltender Jake Allen. Kurt Allen is Jake's dad and he speaks with Vanessa Vander Valk about what the game and the days following have been like for him and his family.
 
My latest live recording from Beef Tel Aviv Treasure Island main Pride event June 2019Follow me at:www.guyscheiman.com@guyscheimanmusicwww.twitter.com/djguyscheimanwww.instagram.com/guyscheimanwww.facebook.com/DJ.ProducerGuyScheimanBookings:booking@guyscheiman.com
 
Renaissance Oil (ROE.V) is developing a diversified shale and mature fields portfolio in Mexico. The timing is fortuitous. For 80 years, Mexico’s state-owned PEMEX was the only energy operator in Mexico. The country’s oil production fell for 15 years, declining from 3.4 million barrels a day (mb/d) in 2005 to 1.9 million (mb/d) now. PEMEX lacks ...…
 
Fredericton's Danielle DuPlessis is playing in a game against the World Champs, the Netherlands, in Toronto. She's hoping to make the cut for the Parapan American Games in Lima this August.
 
Rebeka Fraser- Chiasson with La Ferme Terre Partager's cooperative talks about the hot sauce they make with all farm fresh vegetables. This is the second year they've made "Curious Hugo" hot sauce.
 
Dr. Christopher Patey on removing fishhooks; engineering student Jamieson Fregeau tells us about an autonomous vessel he hopes will cross the Atlantic; by-catch debate in the House of Assembly.
 
Week 1 of the CFL is upon us! We quickly make our picks and discuss our TSN CFL Fantasy teams. Then, we have a great discussion with Mr. Anthony Leblanc of Schooners Sports and Entertainment about all things Atlantic Schooner, and the Touch Down Atlantic game being held in Moncton. Please subscribe, and check our website at www.firstdownsportsp ...…
 
The university unveiled a new virtual exhibit this week. It's a website with interviews and information from the university archives about Acadian students, faculty, and staff members. Renée Belliveau spent almost a year sourcing material for the project.
 
Many items are held together entirely by duct tape. Likely it was supposed to be a quick fix, but held so well, why bother with something more permanent? Michael Edwards of Science East in Fredericton decided to take a closer look at this rather amazing product.
 
Saint John band Little You, Little Me have a new single out. It's called Traveled, and its the first single from their upcoming album Hard to Say Not Knowing. Guitar player Gavin Downes said different musical influences continue to inspire the band, which has played together for eight years.
 
Broadcast host Jane Adey on assignment in Twillingate; Marine Institute's Eastern Edge robotic team is heading to Tennessee to compete; FFAW President Keith Sullivan on efforts by the fishing industry to reduce pollution.
 
Ever since the weather started warming up, clouds of midges started appearing on the Acadian Peninsula. And the mosquitoes are also out in droves. So why are all the insects out at once? Gaetan Moreau says the weather is to blame. He is an associate professor with the Department of Biology at the Université de Moncton.…
 
New research by the University of New Brunswick suggests the Consumer Price Index is not that accurate at measuring affordability. The study focused on the percentage of income spent on food. Researcher Herb Emery said it found that since the 2008 recession, certain groups spent less on food to make up for other expenses.…
 
Fish harvester Roland Genge wants to get the best price for his fish but claims processors are working together to precent that. Max Liboiron researches marine plastics and says a Canada wide ban on single use plastics may not go far enough.
 
Justin Bourne joins the show to discuss the Stanley Cup Final, how we got to this winner take all Game 7, and what to watch for in the final game of the season. 2:30 The Blues forecheck, cycle, and O-Zone pressure 10:50 Uncharacteristic struggles of Bruins top line 14:00 Colton Parayko’s rise to superstardom 22:30 Alex Pietrangelo thriving unde ...…
 
We sat down with Jean-Benoit at the winery to talk pét-nat, natural wines, and the intersections of wine and beer. Benjamin Bridge Pét-Nat blog post by Lucas Van Damme commercial Our sponsor is Bishop's Cellar! They're so awesome! Find out what's in store, on tap, and shop online! Sign up for the Behind the Taps Newsletter! ​ Make sure to subsc ...…
 
Join host Graeme Stewart-Robertson as he speaks with the Director of the Atlantic Water Network, Emma Wattie. From the recent launch of their New Brunswick Equipment Bank, to the innovations of the Atlantic Datastream and the growth of community-based monitoring across Canada, Emma shares her insight on water and science in this fascinating 'on ...…
 
Dr. Brian Goldman talks about a new survey that shows nearly one in five Americans have had an interaction with a doctor they believe was acting unethically, unprofessionally, or was providing what they believed to be substandard care. He wonders how Canadians might respond to a similar survey.
 
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans researchers have completed the spring survey of the ocean's vital forage fish - capelin. World Oceans Day beach clean-ups turn up a lot of plastic on beaches.
 
Three years after undergoing treatment for breast cancer, Kathy Kaufield completed the Hampton's Ladies Triathlon. She ran and biked with good friend Cynthia Dekluyver, who herself received treatment for breast cancer this year. Kaufield hopes the feat will inspire others.
 
What's green, tall and has big teeth? The T. rex outside Robin Hanson's art gallery in French Lake does. The sculptor made the 27-foot long dinosaur in response to a commission order from his grand kids.
 
Photo archivist Josh Green has been doing some digging around a pencil sketch of a Wolastoqiyik family at home in the Fredericton area. The sketch is nearly 200 years old but for a long time no one knew the artist that made it.
 
The late Kingsclear First Nation storyteller Charles Solomon was honoured at Fredericton's Storytellers of Canada conference. And author and Fredericton native Sheree Fitch spoke about the power of telling the truth and human connection.
 
Chef Jeremy Charles is known for raising Newfoundland and Labrador cuisine to new heights. We hear about his culinary skills in a Land & Sea archival special from 2012.
 
Birder Alain Clavette discovered hundreds of cliff swallow nests on a home near Memramcook. He takes us there.
 
People in the Campbellton area have been posting on social media, after seeing multiple small birds fly into their windows, cars and fences. Geniva Anderson found five dead birds around her home this week. But the strange behaviour is not as unusual as some may think, said Joe Nocera, an associate professor of wildlife management at UNB.…
 
Erin O'Toole sits down with World War II Veteran, Fred Barnard of the Queen's Own Rifles, for a discussion on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day and the Juno Beach landing.Learn more about The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada: https://www.queensownrifles.com/ Learn more about D-Day and the Battle of Normandy: https://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/remembrance/h ...…
 
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