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Welcome to PLACE, the Tourism Association of Nova Scotia’s podcast. Our industry is worth $3.2 billion annually and employs over 50,000 Nova Scotians, so this podcast is designed to talk about tourism and the issues and topics that matter. Each episode, we will explore conversations that demonstrate the interconnectivity between tourism and the social, cultural, environmental health of the province. There is no Place like Nova Scotia and we want to ensure every Nova Scotia community benefits ...
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All Hands on Tech, hosted by Eilish and Greg, brings together Nova Scotia’s tech community to uncover the secrets of what makes our province the best place for collaboration, innovation, and growth. Each episode hear from local digital experts as we dive into all of the amazing things happening in Nova Scotia’s fastest-growing sector and learn why so many organizations and individuals are calling Canada’s Ocean Playground home. All Hands on Tech is proudly produced by Digital Nova Scotia (DN ...
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Innovation can happen anywhere. Broadcaster Wade Cleveland interviews entrepreneurs, business leaders, and difference makers in rural Nova Scotia. Ignited presents you with the stories, dreams, and experiences of dynamic individuals building bright futures in small towns. Keep your finger on the pulse of innovation in Nova Scotia with Ignited.
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Dharma talks by Koun Franz at Thousand Harbours Zen in Halifax, NS. If you find these talks beneficial, please consider joining Thousand Harbours Zen or making a donation at https://thousandharbourszen.com/support. Your support makes the practice and teachings available to others.
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The Scotian Mix

Gabby Drover, Sara Ibsen, Brianne Cummings

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Sara, Gabby, and Brianne talk about Nova Scotia things, and probably laugh a lot. There's a good chance Sara and or Brianne comically mispronounce some words. Will there be a full episode on Brianne's car? I sure hope so!
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Hopped-Up Gaming: East

Hopped-Up Gaming: East

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We get together every week to talk up the news in gaming, the games we're playing, and basically whatever else might come up. Oh yeah, we drink and rate beer that we don't properly know how to evaluate.
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Co - Hosts and long time friends Matt Conrad and Mike Tobin meet at a pub or microbrewery each week with a special guest and enjoy an informal conversation over a cold beverage. Our show aims on bringing people together. Together We Drink! #afternoonpint #podcast #business #entrepreneur #society #culture #beer #politics #entertainment #arts #canada #lifeincanda #canadian #random #ap
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Right Of Way

Hannah Harrison and Nicolas Winkler

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No Trespassing. Private Road. No Parking. These are the signs that are more and more frequently seen along Nova Scotia’s coastline. As Canadians access the shore for recreation, science, or even just to take in the natural beauty of the coast, they are being increasingly met with physical barriers to the beach, few options to park or use public transportation to get to the coast, and problems with litter and marine debris in the areas they can access. Private property ownership dominates Nov ...
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HELLO SACKVILLIANS & TANTRAMARTIARIANS AND BEYOND. REPORTING FROM YMC: MIDGIC AIRPORT, YOUR FAVOURITE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER BACK FOR ANOTHER WEEK OF HI-HATS AND LOCAL CHATS! Two Sackville, New Brunswick community members share music, and chat about the weather, sports updates, local news, and more.
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Accessibility Ally is a podcast brought to you by Sea Change CoLab and Podstarter. In 10 episodes we aim to have conversations with folks who have disabilities, and those who are also accessibility allies, to help change the narrative. Throughout the series we chat with business managers, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, organizations, government, and institutions working in the space of accessibility; who all support adults and children with intellectual and developm ...
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The Master Keys Podcast is hosted by Neal Andreino and Chandler Haliburton, two top real estate agents in Nova Scotia, Canada. Neal and Chandler have each built sizeable portfolios of investment properties and leverage their expertise to inform their clients as well as viewers. The podcast covers all things real estate from the first steps as a beginner all the way to expert skills for experienced investors. Please contact us with any questions or suggestions at contact@staxtv.ca
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Eh! We Started a Podcast

Jon Kizzy, King Tygga and DJ Laton

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2 ex-rappers and a DJ friend from Halifax, Nova Scotia discuss and review new music, share funny/crazy stories, and interview interesting people in the community and in the entertainment industry. From a deep dive review of a classic Notorious B.I.G. album to reciting Spice Girl lyrics to discussing mental health, you never know where the conversation will lead. Ride with us or Collide with us, either way it'll be a hell of a time.
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Beyond Research

Research Nova Scotia

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The Beyond Research Podcast brings research to you. Listen as we speak with Canada-based researchers and community leaders to discuss how important discoveries across disciplines are helping shape our lives. You'll hear from experts specializing in health care, climate change, quality of life, our sustainable bioeconomy and beyond. This podcast is brought to you by Research Nova Scotia, an independent, not-for-profit organization with the mandate to support, organize and co-ordinate the fund ...
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Viewpoints

Community Radio Fund of Canada

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«Viewpoints» is the latest podcast and news magazine produced by the Community Radio Fund of Canada. It provides an overview of what’s happening across Canada, thanks to some 20 radio reporters posted across the country (British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, North West Territories, Québec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) and working for the Local Journalism Initiative (LJI). The Local Journalism Initiative (LJI) supports the production of original civic journalism news content that covers the d ...
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Welcome to NS Politicast, where I talk about current events in NS I am always looking for knowledgeable people to enlighten me, if you have expertise in a subject i have covered and would like to set me straight you can find me on Twitter @NSPoliticast or as NS Politicast on Facebook
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VOICES shares conversations and interviews with residents of Nova Scotia, Canada and others whose ideas are taking root and growing a more inclusive and sustainable province. Produced by Jeff Overmars for Engage Nova Scotia. Learn more at www.engagenovascotia.ca
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Friends of Cherry Hill Beach are committed to preventing a development of an RV Park adjacent to the beach and directly across from the newly designated nature reserve endangering the piping plover & destroying its ecosystem. This RV Park would have detrimental effects to both the beach and nature reserve.
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A show dedicated to defining, demystifying, and making the work of Social Enterprises more accessible to the Nova Scotian business community. We learn alongside our listeners by interviewing local entrepreneurs who’ve decided to use business for good, and who value prosperity beyond profit. Nova Scotians who want to shape their businesses to benefit communities, culture, and the environment. Who knows? You may be closer to running a Social Enterprise than you think!
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This podcast combines the experiences of an economist, David Campbell and a social scientist, Don Mills, to explore the challenges and opportunities facing Atlantic Canada, to promote data-driven decision making among policymakers and to encourage a wider dialogue and debate leading to greater prosperity for the region. Expect to hear interviews with the top influencers, business leaders and decision-makers across Atlantic Canada to inform, educate and expand the conversations on the key iss ...
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NOVA is Latin for NEW. We are in Halifax, NOVA Scotia and NOVA Church is all about the NEW hope, plan, joy, community and life following Jesus’s promises. We meet Sunday’s 10am at The Bella Rose Theatre of Halifax West High School in Clayton Park, Halifax. For more infomation please visit www.novachurch.ca
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Canada’s worst shooting spree in modern history has left us with far more questions than answers. Journey inside every single hour of this tragedy as it happened with Global News Halifax reporter Sarah Ritchie. This 13-part true crime series will try to piece together exactly what happened and what could or should have been done to prevent it.
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The importance of listening to the athlete’s voice cannot be understated. The Sport Nova Scotia Podcast will host athletes and subject matter experts who will cover everything from body image and over exercising to eating disorders, athlete-coach relationships, psychological maltreatment, training-life balance, and transitioning out of sport. This six-episode mental health series was created by athletes, for athletes.
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Somebody Must Say These Things is an 8-part series that fully investigates Violence Against Women in Nova Scotia. By speaking with survivors and the women who make it their mission to end the issue for good, this podcast casts a stark, unapologetic light on our society’s continued insufficient acknowledgement of Violence Against Women. We follow the stories of survivors and examine the critical, unappreciated role of transition houses. We also speak with the boots-on-the-ground workers who f ...
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The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia

The Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia

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The Legal Information Society, the public’s trusted source for legal information since 1982. LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS - pronounced 'listens'). LawLISNS talk about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
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Living Between Wednesdays

Rachelle Goguen and Dave Howlett

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Rachelle, creator of the comic book blog Living Between Wednesdays, and Dave, manager of the Strange Adventures comic book store in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, discuss all things comic book and super hero related. Recorded weekly in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
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The Zedcast

Bruce Murray

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Here's a Canadian guy from the city, who moved to small town Nova Scotia. All was well until he fell through a hole in the Podosphere. Then..strange things started happening... Comedy, Funny, Stories, Skits, Sketch, Canada, Canadian,Audio blog
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LighthouseNOW

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A monthly podcast that follows strange and surprising stories where ever they lead, produced by LighthouseNOW, a newspaper reporting on Nova Scotia’s South Shore since 1875.
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Trusted ER doctor Brian Goldman brings you honest and surprising stories that can change your health and your life. Expect deep conversations with patients, families and colleagues that show you what is and isn't working in Canadian healthcare. Guaranteed you’ll learn something new. Episodes drop every Friday.
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This is an Atlantic Canadian focused podcast that will feature topical and culturally interesting discussions and interviews concerning the region. This region of Canada includes the Maritime provinces (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island [aka PEI]) and Newfoundland & Labrador. The style of the podcast could be described as a "kitchen gab". Partly because of the informal nature of the content and partly because many of the conversations may actually literally be happening within ...
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UFO Talker will be available every Wednesday. It will be a mixture of discussion, interviews and people describing their sightings of unidentified flying objects. You can contact the podcast by email: ufotalker@bell.net
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Avoiding Chores

Avoiding Chores

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The official podcast from Avoiding Chores – Located in Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. We talk about the outdoors, gadgets and other stuff that keeps us away from doing actual work.
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2stonersand1mic a podcast made by stoners for stoners Welcome to the 2StonersAnd1Mic podcast, where a dynamic duo from the vibrant city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, comes together for candid conversations sparked by a touch of influence. Dive into our world for a blend of laughter, profound reflections, and everything that falls in the fascinating spectrum in between.
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SKH Podcast

Solidarity K'jipuktuk/Halifax

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Solidarity K'jipuktuk Halifax is a membership-based, pluralist, non-sectarian, democratic, anti-capitalist organization in K'jipuktuk/Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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Canoers, kayakers, and stand-up paddle boarders all use Nova Scotia's waterways, including the marine coastlines. These activities are popular for tourists and locals alike, but a growing problem with reliable and low-barrier access has canoers looking over their shoulders when they stop to rest. Hikers, who enjoy the coastline from the land, are a…
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Send us a Text Message. Summer rerun series. Season 2 Episode 10. In an episode that originally aired on November 8, 2023, Host Michael Ryan interviews retired police constables Rick Prescott and Rob Furlong about their sighting of a black triangle UFO during their nightshift. Rob Furlong also recalls a story that a family friend told about a Tic T…
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Join hosts Ashley and Claire as they immerse themselves into the world of tech marketing with Katie Langton, a Marketing Technology Strategist at Verb Interactive. Founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 2004, Verb Interactive is a digital marketing and technology company specializing in travel and hospitality. The conversation spans a range of topics,…
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Send us a Text Message. Sean Meister is a great guy to know if you’re eager to learn about what’s going on in the province of Nova Scotia. His love for his home province blossomed into founding a digital global community and podcast called Global Bluenosers. He also works with tech incubator Volta Labs Inc as Director of Strategic Partnership. If y…
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In Sackville, New Brunswick, EOS Eco-Energy, an environmental organization, faces an uncertain funding future. To Nova Scotia, where a pilot project concludes with flying colors. The YourHealthNS app will be expanded to all Nova Scotians. In Ontario, a citizen committee urges Kitchener’s City Council to declare social isolation and loneliness, as a…
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Don and David join Shelley Snodgrass, VP of Sales at Acadia Broadcasting, to review the highlights and learnings from their guests over the last 6 months. It is an optimistic discussion about the opportunities and successes happening in Atlantic Canada, as well as a future look into the challenges that the region continues to face. Take a listen to…
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Primary care providers don’t always recognize menopause symptoms for what they are, focusing instead on whether they’re a sign of a more serious problem. Not all know that menopausal hormone therapy is a safe and effective treatment for many women. We explain why that’s the case, and the range of treatments that can help women.…
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A growing trend on TikTok is all about improving your facial structure. The videos seem aimed at boys and men who want to achieve a more 'masculine' appearance. They feature tips for sharpening your jawline.To talk about how these trends could affect oral health, we talk with Dr. Claire Karst with the Nova Scotia Dental Association.…
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What's more exciting than watching Team Canada advance through the Copa America? Watching Nova Scotia's Jacob Shaffelburg shine on the world soccer stage. We connect with his former coach in New England, to find out what he thought of last night's semi-final game and how far Shaffelburg's come since his school days.…
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For decades, health professionals and policy makers have been sounding the alarm about an epidemic of childhood obesity. Some experts say that fixation on childhood weight has led to increased stigma from peers, parents, teachers, and even doctors. Our nutrition columnist Jennifer Brady explains.…
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SailGP has confirmed that Halifax will not be hosting the international sailing competition in 2025. It's disappointing news for everyone who took in the exciting foiling races in Halifax Harbour in June. SailGP Canada team manager Jen Hall talks about the future of Team Canada, and Halifax as a venue, in the racing series.…
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Feeling the squeeze of the affordable housing market? Don’t worry…Chandler and Neal are here to help! They’ll be diving deep into the nitty-gritty of building costs, immigration's impact, and why resale homes might be your secret weapon. Calling all real estate rockstars! Buckle up for inflation-busting strategies and learn how to pivot your busine…
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When you're packing, you may assume you'll be able to pick up basic medications wherever you travel, but that may not be the case! We recommend packing your prescription medication AND packing basic meds like over-the-counter pain medication, anti-diarrhea medication and more! Support the Travel Mug Podcast by buying us a coffee! You’ll make our da…
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HELLO SACKVILLIANS, TANTRAMARTIARIANS AND BEYOND. REPORTING FROM YMC: MIDGIC AIRPORT, YOUR FAVOURITE AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER BACK FOR ANOTHER WEEK OF HI-HATS AND LOCAL CHATS! Two "air" "traffic" "controllers" from Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada spin a mix of your favourite tunes recorded by the biggest names in the north Atlantic, to hidden gems o…
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Whether enjoying the coast above or below the waves, surfers and divers in Nova Scotia are facing some bad breaks when it comes to coastal access. In this episode, we hear from the surfing and diving communities about how they are attempting to preserve access to the best surfing and diving spots in the province. Our guests are Vic Ruzgys, Iaian Ar…
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Today, we'll discuss the upcoming Summer Olympic Games in Paris, starting on July 26th. This Olympics is set to be particularly unique, with a strong focus on sustainability and gender equality, and the introduction of new sports. Paris 2024 aims to be the most eco-friendly Olympics ever, with a 50% reduction in carbon emissions compared to previou…
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On this week’s show, we’ll be mellowing down, taking it easy in the company of three Canadian musicians. We’ll talk with Jamie Muir, the owner of Supercool Pedals, a Peterborough-based guitar effects store who received international recognition. To Vancouver to meet Sam Tudor, who’s on a tour to promote his new EP. And Alderville First Nation music…
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On this week’s Insights, Don and David talk with Adrienne Oldford, Executive Director at the McKenna Institute. Almost 30 years ago, then Premier Frank McKenna had a vision for what was called the ‘information superhighway’ and how it could transform the New Brunswick economy and society. While there have been some important successes, by some meas…
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Send us a Text Message. Cody shares some of his story about being diagnosed at age 4 with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. At age 35, he has led a full and busy life. Cody tells us about the car show he’s putting on to help bring awareness to muscular dystrophy, and we chat about sports, wrestling, marvel and the upcoming Deadpool vs Wolverine movie. C…
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The Cole Harbour Rural Heritage Society is continuing the legacy of one of its founding members. Rosemary Eaton was an English photojournalist who moved to the area in the 1960s. She immediately fell in love with the sights and sounds of the Cole Harbour Salt Marsh, and fought tirelessly to protect it from urban development. The CBC's Erin MacIn…
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Access to skilled labour remains a challenge for Nova Scotia’s tourism industry. But right now there are opportunities to innovate by using data management to increase business intelligence, increase diversity, equity and inclusion, and supporting workforce development and training as well as leveraging AI. So what are the major issues this sector …
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Send us a Text Message. Summer rerun series. Season 1 Episode 21. In this episode that originally aired on January 18, 2023 host Michael Ryan interviews Terry Mantell, grandson of Captain Thomas F. Mantell who is the first Air Force pilot to lose their life in pursuit of a UFO. Terry Mantell talks about how his grandfather's death affected their fa…
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The Nova Scotia government wants to make rural location shooting for film and television more appealing, by offering a financial incentive for production teams. They'll have to spend at least half their shooting schedules outside of Halifax to qualify. Screen Nova Scotia executive director Laura McKenzie explains.  …
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This week we chat about six different travel trends that are gaining in popularity in 2024! Episode Resources: Silent Tourism Article Regenerative Tourism Article Regenerative Tourism Destinations Support the Travel Mug Podcast by buying us a coffee! You’ll make our day & you’ll get access to fun stuff like bloopers and extra content. We have Merch…
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