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Best New Brunswick podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best New Brunswick podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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CBC Radio New Brunswick's Information Morning in Saint John brings you all the news and information you need to start your day. We'll get you connected to your community, your country and the world. Without us, you won't know what's going on.
Welcome to the “Q & A: The HEPAC Podcast”. Get ready to hear the back stories on some of the rad wellness initiatives happening around New Brunswick, reasons why you shouldn’t depend on celebs for diet advice, and why getting your kids moving. Tune in for up to date information from experts from around the province in both of our official languages while you’re out for a walk or commuting to work. Stay connected while you’re staying active with your hosts Andrew Holloway and Gillian Salmon.
Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.
Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.
Kingdom Living Ministries is a Christian Church. We believe in the inerrancy Scripture. We serve the Triune God. We are a biblical, God-centered, Christ-exalting, and Spirit-filled church proclaiming the whole counsel of God's Word. We are committed to the glory of God. We hold God's glory as our vision. We are a body of believers that recognizes the value of truth and the power of God's word. At KLM, we are "Preparing People for Eternity." Our vision is knowing God, loving people and making ...
Nighttime is an audio documentary series which explores Canada's most fascinating stories. Join us for true crime, mysteries, and a celebration of Canada’s weird and wonderful people, places, and events.
902 BrewCast
The East Coast Beer podcast, exploring the stories behind your favorite craft breweries and craft beer destinations in Atlantic Canada.
Ty made his first stand up debut at Caroline's on Broadway in New York City several years ago and since has been blazing the comedy circuit. Born in Montclair, New Jersey Ty Raney honed his craft in the small suburban town where cracking jokes or some would say "playing the dozens" was part of survival. Born an 80's baby Ty grew up with the comedic influences of Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy and Robert Townsend. Later to join the comedy greats in his own voyage with a little assistance from hi ...
Leads, promotes, supports, and delivers Coach education
Audio sermons delivered at the chapel of New Brunswick Bible Institute (NBBI).
Also known originally as Second Reformed Church of New Brunswick. Weekly Sermon Podcast. Visit our church at 100 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ USA 08901 or check out our website for current events at http://www.secondreformednb.org.
Spin Reduxit is CBC New Brunswick's political blog. CBC reporters Jacques Poitras and Daniel McHardie analyze the latest in New Brunswick politics and decode the spin emanating out of the provincial legislature.
A podcast for participants in Question the Answers, a Graduate Conference in English at the University of New Brunswick.
Originally published in 1825 under the title: Sketches of New Brunswick : containing an account of the first settlement of the province, with a brief description of the country, climate, productions, inhabitants, government, rivers, towns, settlements, public institutions, trade, revenue, population, &c., by an inhabitant of the province. The value of this history is in the fact that it was written when the Province was still in its infancy. Although there had been a few small settlements es ...
Restoration Place
Restoration Place delivers encouragement through the word of God, and pastors John & Darlene Bazemore in North Brunswick, New Jersey.
The Debaters
The Debaters is the hit show where comedians go toe-to-toe in a battle of laughs and logic. Hosted by award-winning funnyman Steve Patterson, the program is a combustible combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious ad libs. The engaging format is part stand-up, part quiz show and part comedy competition, with the live audience picking the winners.
Lewisville Baptist Church, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
The Hook
The Hook delivers New Brunswick stories that capture your attention and make you want more. The stories might be humorous or serious or just entertaining. But they will always be thought-provoking.
The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
Dear Canada
The Tale of a Town - Canada is a site-specific oral history and theatre project aiming to capture the collective community memory of Canada's Main Streets, one story at a time, while preserving local heritage and promoting neighbourhood culture.
These are true love stories of couples as told in their wedding ceremony on their wedding day. Mark Allan Groleau is a New Brunswick wedding officiant based in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea who specializes in creating unboring wedding ceremonies. He officiates weddings at www.unboringwedding.com, blogs about wedding officiating at www.howtoofficiateawedding.ca, and trains wedding officiants at www.unboringofficiant.com.
Young Code Schofield had lost his schooner May Schofield in an Atlantic gale a few months ago, and now the townspeople on the small island of Grande Mignon off the coast of New Brunswick were beginning to talk suspiciously of the events surrounding that loss. Insurance investigators have been summoned to investigate, friends are alienating themselves from Code, and he finds himsef challenged by even those he's known and trusted his whole life. Does Code Schofield have anything to prove, and ...
Official podcast of the Liberal Party of Canada
The Big Story
An in-depth look at the issues, culture and personalities shaping Canada today.
CBC Radio's The House takes you behind the scenes in the world of Canadian politics. Parliament may take a summer recess but the business of national politics never stops; nor does The House.
Stephen is a John Maxwell certified coach/trainer and speaker, who is consulting with a faith-based organization. He worked in the social profit sector dealing with homelessness and domestic violence outreach. Stephen served as a pastor for twenty years in New Brunswick and Newfoundland, Canada seeing growth in the young people’s groups. Stephen is also a freelance photographer first starting a serious pursuit of his photography skills while visiting Israel and Jordan in 2008. You can find h ...
This work, then, contains a collection of the myths, legends, and folk-lore of the principal Wabanaki, or Northeastern Algonquin, Indians; that is to say, of the Passamaquoddies and Penobscots of Maine, and of the Micmacs of New Brunswick. All of this material was gathered directly from Indian narrators, the greater part by myself, the rest by a few friends; in fact, I can give the name of the aboriginal authority for every tale except one. (Summary by Charles Godfrey Leland)
Talking Radical Radio brings you grassroots voices from across Canada. It features in-depth interview with people involved in a wide range of activism, organizing, and other social change work, and gives them a chance to take a longer view as they talk about what they're doing, how they're doing it, and why they're doing it.
Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.
CAG Podcast
The podcast of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology (CAG). Digestible Bites of GI Education!The CAG Podcast is primarily intended to meet the educational needs of the CAG membership, including Adult and Pediatric Gastroenterologists, Basic Scientists and Trainees. Content valid on the date recorded, recommendations may change over time.
The FuseBox Radio Broadcast is an independent syndicated weekly radio show & podcast which features longtime radio hosts & mix DJs DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk that exists to "Bring the Balance Back to Black Radio" with having a strong focus on bringing a diverse mix of relevant commentary - serious & silly - on everything from politics to popular culture in the news & our personal lives, interviews and independent and mainstream Black Music mixes (Hip-Hop, Soul, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Funk, ...
The FuseBox Radio Broadcast is an independent syndicated weekly radio show & podcast which features longtime radio hosts & mix DJs DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk that exists to "Bring the Balance Back to Black Radio" with having a strong focus on bringing a diverse mix of relevant commentary - serious & silly - on everything from politics to popular culture in the news & our personal lives, interviews and independent and mainstream Black Music mixes (Hip-Hop, Soul, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Funk, ...
This is an RSS 2.0 formatted XML feed produced by the San José State University School of Information iSchool. The purpose of this podcast is to provide a forum for faculty, alumni, and students to present their works/projects and to exchange research ideas. The media of this podcast is available as both video and audio. Captioned versions of this media are available on the SLIS Website.
Volume 13 of The Chronicles of Canada Series. This volume sheds light on the often misunderstood Americans who chose to remain loyal to the Crown of England during and after the American Revolution. While the vast majority of American writings which detail the Revolution paint the Loyalists (sometimes called Tories) in the most negative fashion, this volume explains the reasons behind their election to flee to Canada (and other countries) rather than remain on American soil. While no exact n ...
When God moves, He’s unstoppable! Tune in as we unveil Liquid’s vision for 2009... and beyond!
Technology in Education
Come & Stay Awhile
Welcome to Come and Stay Awhile! Each week we catch up on things with love, things we don't and whatever comes in between. Join us for tea, and please, stay awhile.
This is a podcast that features talking by James and Alison.
New Jersey.Techno & Trance.
The Canadian Improv Games is Canada's largest high school theatre festival. Since 1977 we've brought students together to explore improv in a supportive and fun environment.For the 40th anniversary of the Canadian Improv Games, CIG all-stars Spencer Dunn and Michelle Hart are hitting the good ol’ Trans Canada highway to kick off the CIG40 Celebration. This podcast is their record of that trip.
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.
Shift (NB)
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.
PRmoment Podcast
The PRmoment Podcast is a series of life story style interviews with some of the leading lights of UK PR.
Sports On Tap
Four guys talking Ohio High School Sports. What's not to like! Listen as Rob Trautman, Josh Jeffi, Sean Duffy, and Ed Dick discuss the latest in Ohio High School Sports, Cleveland Sports, or National Sports Topics. CLEVELAND IS THE CITY! Visit our Podcasts on http://www.neosportsinsiders.com or Subscribe to our archived podcasts on iTunes and YouTube!Twitter Handles:Show: @SOTPodcastRob: @RTrautyJosh: @BrewDevil81Sean: @seanduffy1013
High School Strength Coach Podcast. The top high school strength coaches in the nation, the best exercises, the best drills, the latest in strength & conditioning research, all the tools and guidance you need are here at the high school strength coach podcast! This podcast is for you, the high school strength coach that needs new and fresh training ideas to help their athletes reach their highest potential! so get ready to be inspired, and motivated to become the best strength coach you can ...
The global watch industry produces an estimated 1.2 billion units a year. With around, 7.5 billion people on the planet, that means that over a 6 and a half year period, enough are made for every one of us to go out and buy a brand new watch of our own.In reality, that’s not what happens.For starters, just because all these watches are being churned out, doesn't mean that anyone is actually buying them.Lots of people can’t understand why you would spend money on a wrist watch.After all, with ...
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Ron Henderson is the eldest resident of Darlings Island. He'll cut the ribbon on a new road to the island later today.
Vanessa Blanch has part three in our series on affordable housing in the province, and tells us about a project called Community Hub.
Retired civil servant Paul Ouellet of Moncton has been pushing for the creation of a mental health advocate.
Athletes, volunteers and organizers were honoured at the Sport NB award over the weekend. Among them was Male Coach of the Year, Kyle Woodworth, who coaches the Boys U17 Basketball team.
Clinic 554 has been closed before. It pulled through and reopened, but only because the community rallied around it. Now it’s in danger again, and the future of the last clinic outside a hospital to provide abortions in the province is in jeopardy. Will the province or the federal government step in? Will anyone? Because it’s not just about abo ...…
This week on The House, Liberal House Leader Pablo Rodriguez and the NDP's Rachel Blaney recap the throne speech and talk about the path forward in this minority. Two women who were at Polytechnique on that fateful date in 1989 talk to Chris Hall about gender-based violence and gun control. Finally, we bid farewell to New Zealand's high commiss ...…
As we do every year, today Canada will mourn the victims and survivors of a misogynist terror attack in Montreal in 1989. And we will try to talk about what’s changed, and what hasn’t and what we might be able to do about that. And that’s important—but maybe we also need a better way to talk about the problem. What if we called these acts terro ...…
Two Sackville musicians are joining in the celebration of the community's connection to the railway. It's been 150 years since the Intercolonial Railway arrived. Ray Legere and Janet Crawford have produced a whole album of train inspired tunes.
Don Kelly and Ali Hassan Wood-stock up on jokes when they discuss festivals. Then, Nour Hadidi and Courtney Gilmour exchange friendly fire on the subject of best friends.
Bird lovers around the province are getting out the long johns to spend a number of hours outdoors. Christmas Bird Counts are about to begin. Alain Clavette sits down with a couple of experts.
David Myles will be back for his 10th Singing for Supper tour in support of food banks in the province. David is adding to his collection of Christmas songs, and he has a new album coming out in the spring.
Sussex pub's Tragically Hip gold album, Feedback on vaping and kids' smartphones, Chef Craig Flinn on festive food traditions
Ben Appleby and Perry Kendall both work on the front lines with people in need of affordable housing. They discuss the province's lack of affordable and subsidized housing.
Nova Scotia announces plans to ban flavoured vaping, Phone-in on fixing institutional racism in police forces
An emotional reunion this week between brother and sister was one of many that happen at the Saint John airport.
In part three of our series on affordable housing, Vanessa Blanch looks at a new project by the John Howard Society and Visions United Church.
Welcome to the first in a new mini-series of PRmoment podcasts were we interview the authors of books relevant to PR and communications people. In the last year or so there have been a number of books launched by people I really respect in PR – frankly, I don’t have time to read them all so, partly for selfish reasons I thought I’d interview th ...…
Fewer children than ever are strapping on skates and fewer are staying in the game as they grow. Those that do, if they show any talent, quickly end up sucked into a world of high-end skills coaches, endless games and tournaments and practice drills. Some of them also contend with unrelenting coaches behind the bench and furious parents screami ...…
Two food bank volunteers share what they're seeing in their communities that's forcing more people to rely on food banks. Brenda Belliveau is the coordinator with the Minto Community Resource Centre, and Elizabeth Crawford Thurber is a volunteer with the Oromocto Foodbank.
Lauren Bird brings us the second story in our series about housing in the province, with a look at Fredericton.
In Part 2 of our series on the lack of affordable housing, Randy Burtch searches for a new home after his rooming house burned down.
Corey Allen is organizing opposition to a proposed cannabis grow-op in the Nasonworth area. Glen Herrington is the man behind a rezoning application for the business and says the facility would grow cannabis for the medical market.
Thousands of New Brunswickers are on the wait list for affordable housing, including many in Saint John. Michael MacKenzie and Ben Appleby break down the affordable housing deficit in the city and highlight opportunities to improve the situation.
In the most crowded rental market in Canada, a rule designed years ago to help landlords improve their buildings is being used to put paying tenants out on the street. As units become ever more attractive, it’s happening more and more often. So what are No-Fault Evictions? How are some landlords weaponizing them to raise rents in Toronto? And w ...…
Andrew Holland is the national media relations director for the The Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Jody Lynn Phillips is collecting hundreds of letters and cards to mail to members of the military in time for Christmas.
Reporter Vanessa Blanch has been looking into why a housing agreement between the province and the federal government isn't helping.
A recent study suggests adding MRIs -- or magnetic resonance imaging - may help detect tumours in some women. House doctor Raj Bhardwaj weighs in.
Michelle Daigle and Don Rigley of Frantically Atlantic talk about their latest album, and upcoming performances.
Yuriko Diyanova and Sergiy Diyanov have been dancing with the company for the past 16 and 17 years respectively.
The number of children under the age of 10 in group homes has doubled in the last 5 years. New Brunswick's Auditor General Kim MacPherson says the system is failing the "most vulnerable children" in the province.
Last month, Blaine Ferrah in Miramichi discovered his father's tuba was stolen. While it wasn't a particularly expensive instrument, it had a lot of sentimental value. Now, it's back.
Simon Somogyi, one of the authors of Canada's Food Price Report, says it's important to break down what impacts prices at the grocery store, because it will help people shop smarter and minimize the hit to their family budget.
There's a new bid to develop the former Coast Guard site that has the support of council, but what separates this plan from the others that failed to materialize? Dr. David Elias explains how he plans to bring his vision to life.
Feb 2014, Halifax, NS 26 year old Loretta Saunders – a proud Inuk woman – was in Halifax completing her university thesis on the topic of Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. After leaving her home to collect overdue rent from the tenants of an apartment she had been renting, Loretta became the victim of a senseless and bru ...…
In episode #341 of Talking Radical Radio, Scott Neigh interviews Bryce Koch, a registered nurse in Winnipeg and a member of the board of directors of the Harm Reduction Nurses Association. They talk about the many ways that nurses are taking up harm reduction practices in their work, and about the association's advocacy for governmental and ins ...…
Another Podcast in the books!! Thanks for listening as always I'm just talking about the holidays and how I had 2 accidents both with spanish women.By The Ty Raney Podcast
This week on the PRmoment podcast, we’re taking another change of tack – we’re talking about the pitching process and on the show we’ve got a PR buyer and a PR seller. On the buy side we’ve got Lenovo’s executive director, global corporate communications Charlotte West and on the sell side we’ve got 3 Monkey Zeno’s business development director ...…
In their Instagram ads, these hip, young city dwellers are overjoyed at the idea of a new transit line connecting them with neighbourhoods they’ve yet to visit. They’re excited for new transit options and they’re eager to tell you about it. That’s because they’re getting paid. The posts are sponsored by Metrolinx, an Ontario crown corporation, ...…
Moncton's Director of Economic Development, Kevin Silliker, helped bring Lush to the city for a two week pop-up. Shane Myers, co-owner of the Starving Artist Gallery, says pop-up shops aren't good for existing businesses.
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