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Best Canada podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Canada podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Economics Detective Radio is a podcast about markets, ideas, institutions, and all things related to the field of economics. Episodes consist of long-form interviews, and are generally released on Fridays. Topics include economic theory, economic history, the history of thought, money, banking, finance, macroeconomics, public choice, Austrian economics, business cycles, health care, education, international trade, and anything else of interest to economists, students, and serious amateurs in ...
 
Senior Writer Ryan Dixon and NHL Editor Rory Boylen always give it 110%, but never rely on clichés when it comes to podcasting. Instead, they use a mix of facts, fun and a varied group of hockey voices to offer their takes on Canada’s most beloved game.
 
Most people think nothing ever happens in Canada but this simply is not true. This is a Canadian podcast, looking to explore the myths, legends and just good old tales Canada has to tell. Choose your own adventure now and join me in discovering some of Canada's most unique stories. Website - show notes and more! https://www.nothingcanada.com/ Support the Show Leave a Review https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/nothing-ever-happens-in-canada/id1434418051?mt=2 Souvenir Shop - Merch https://noth ...
 
JAZZ BOULEVARD is a weekly award-winning 2-hour syndicated radio show produced in jazzy Montreal, Canada and syndicated to stations across Canada and on the European JazzFM network. On-air since 2004, each week host Moz Taylor mixes up a blend of the best jazz (the latest releases to classic tracks) with Roots Blues, Acid Jazz, and World Music. For information, playlists, archived broadcasts and more, visit the show's website: www.jazzboulevard.ca Follow us on Twitter @JazzBoulevard
 
Millennial money expert, Accredited Financial Counsellor Canada® and podcast host Jessica Moorhouse interviews top personal finance & business experts (John Lee Dumas, Chris Guillebeau, Bruce Sellery, Preet Banerjee), celebrities (Perez Hilton, Scott McGillivray, Farrah Abraham), as well as inspirational entrepreneurs, authors, bloggers, friends and family to help you learn how to manage your money better, make smarter choices, earn more money, become debt-free and live a more fulfilled and ...
 
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Hello and Welcome to Nothing Ever Happens in Canada, but we know this is simply not true! I'm Canadian Girl, thanks for stopping by today so I can let you know where off to next. We're off to the old Atlas Coal Mine in East Coulee, AB just outside of Drumheller. Not only is this place a national historic site, it's also very haunted!! Join me next …
 
Richard Madan, CTV News; Francois-Philippe Champagne, Foreign Affairs Minister; Anne McGrath, NDP National Director; Lisa Raitt, CTV News Political Commentator; John Ivison, National Post; Glen McGregor, CTV News; Dr. Raiyan Chowdhury, Critical care specialist. *The viewpoints expressed in this podcast represent the opinions of the host and partici…
 
We live in distressing times. There is a thin veil that has been placed over our eyes most of the time, causing us to forget that death and destruction are right around the corner. And then there are seasons when that veil is torn from our eyes, and suddenly, fear surrounds us. We are no longer blinded to the dangers of sickness, wars, death, and s…
 
UFOs and aliens. They used to be fringe belief riddled with conspiracy theories. Now, they seem to be gaining a bit more traction with news companies like The New York Times began covering it a number of years ago. Recently, they covered the release of declassified videos by the US Department of Defence, much to the excitement of UFO conspiracy the…
 
Sometimes talking the talk is just as important as walking the walk, and Jennifer Stewart knows how to do both! Jennifer Stewart is the founder and owner of Syntax Strategic, a leading communications, media and public affairs firm based in Ottawa. She has been named one of the top 25 people in the nation’s capital by Ottawa Life magazine, top 40 un…
 
What does the Meng Wanzhou decision mean for relations with China, and the two Canadians, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, currently being held there? We talk to Rob Malley, who worked with Michael Kovrig, and ex-CSIS director Richard Fadden.Then, is U.S. President Donald Trump’s re-election bid in trouble? David Frum thinks it might be. He expla…
 
Premier Doug Ford has stressed that he does not want the Canada-U.S. border opened any time soon. But what is the actual threat posed to Ontario by northern American cities that are still in the thick of the COVID-19 outbreak? What could new border screening procedures look like? And what is the financial impact of more than 60 days of closure for …
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. Dressed in a police officer’s uniform and driving a replica police cruiser, this murderer would leave a trail of innocent victims and burnt homes in his wake. In total twenty two Nova Scotians lost their lives…
 
Blue Jackets special assistant to the GM Rick Nash joins Jeff, Brian and Justin to discuss his role with the club, playing in Columbus and the favourite goals of his career (6:20). Former NHL forward David Ling tells stories of his time playing with Stewey, skiing behind a Zamboni in an intermission and how he got paid in Russia (25:34). Canadiens …
 
Imagine you’re a Canadian pop star about to go international. You’ve been working your way up the charts, year by year, with awards, acclaimed albums, and bigger and bigger tours. You’ve now got a new album on the way and a full European tour planned. You’re ready for this to be the biggest year of your career. And it’s February 2020… The music ind…
 
Support this podcast Meatpacking plants were the sites of COVID-19 outbreaks across the continent, and the outbreaks in Alberta killed several workers. What is it about this industry that made workers so vulnerable to this pandemic, and why do the corporate meat-packing giants command such influence and power? Team Advantage examines the role of co…
 
We revisit an unforgettable interview from 2006 with journalist Randall Sullivan as part of our Tapestry@25 celebrations. Sullivan began investigating purported miracles — sightings of the Virgin Mary — as an assignment for Rolling Stone magazine. It took him from a trailer in Oregon to the hillsides of Medugorje and eventually led to a harrowing c…
 
Dr, Goldman speaks to Vancouver ER physician and author Dr. Daniel Kalla. Kalla's latest novel The Last High tracks the search for a deadly supply of fentanyl. Kalla also discusses his prescient previous novel , Pandemic, which was about the spread of a deadly virus. He tells Dr. Goldman how his work in the ER informed his writing, and discusses wh…
 
What are the political repercussions of the military’s damning reports on long-term care homes? We ask our national affairs panel: CBC senior reporter on Parliament Hill Salimah Shivji, Queen's Park bureau chief for the Toronto Star Robert Benzie, and the Montreal Gazette’s Aaron Derfel.Then, the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man in polic…
 
Quebec filmmaker Sophie Deraspe talks about winning five Canadian Screen Awards, including best picture, for her film Antigone. Actress Linda Cardellini opens up about reliving personal grief for her role in the Netflix comedy Dead To Me, and shares how laughter helps us cope with loss. On today's q This music panel, freelance music journalist A. H…
 
Smokey Thomas, Ontario Public Service Employees Union; Trahem Pollard, We Push for Peace; Marc-Andre Blanchard, Canadian Ambassador to the U.N.; Molly Thomas, CTV News; Michelle Carbert, The Globe and Mail; Ben Rowswell, Canadian International Council *The viewpoints expressed in this podcast represent the opinions of the host and participants as o…
 
Word association kicks things off (there’s a theme) before Jeff and Elliotte address the backlash against Carolina’s Jordan Martinook and Tampa’s Alex Killorn, whose teams voted against the 24-team return-to-play format. Then they dive into some #Ask31 questions and are joined by three guests. Sherali Najak is a long-time Hockey Night in Canada pro…
 
Blackhawks analyst Troy Murray looks back on his World Junior championship, playing with future GMs and coaches and Chicago’s chances in the play-in with David, Justin and Anthony (4:59). Islanders analyst and Conn Smythe trophy winner Butch Goring stops by to talk about the Islanders’ dynasty, his trade to New York and moving from coaching to broa…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. Dressed in a police officer’s uniform and driving a replica police cruiser, this murderer would leave a trail of innocent victims and burnt homes in his wake. In total twenty two Nova Scotians lost their lives…
 
You may have heard that lots of people saw this pandemic coming. We still weren’t adequately prepared. So what do we need to do now to make sure we are ready for whatever comes next? A pandemic is a low-probability, high-consequence events—it probably won’t happen tomorrow, but it will happen eventually. Every year intelligence agencies, scientists…
 
We live in distressing times. There is a thin veil that has been placed over our eyes most of the time, causing us to forget that death and destruction are right around the corner. And then there are seasons when that veil is torn from our eyes, and suddenly, fear surrounds us. We are no longer blinded to the dangers of sickness, wars, death, and s…
 
Chris talks to playwright Christopher who is self-isolating at home in Toronto, about how he first became interested in the Jewish volunteer force ZAKA when he was just a teen growing up in Markham. He also shares why it took almost a decade and several trips to Israel to write The Runner, and why he is compelled to write characters who are pushed …
 
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