Kanada – Nya podcasts

  • Being real, brutally honest, and over sharing is one of the things that roped in an audience of over 2 million for Sadie Crowell. Listen in for some laughs, advice, and join in on her journey of taking on social media as a full time career at 18.

  • Conversations about community, real food, and conservation. Hosts Casey Pelzl and Paul McCarney speak with guests involved in inspiring work in the outdoors, discuss news and current events about conservation, and share tips and techniques related to food and cooking. Join us to explore important topics about hunting and fishing, learn about wildlife and wild places, and create an inclusive community.

  • The PDS (Particularly Dangerous Situation) Podcast is published bi-weekly. Join Canadian Storm Chasers Jordan Carruthers and Kurtis Fafard as these two discuss all things weather related, and interview Storm Chasers, Meteorologists, and Weather enthusiasts from around the world!

  • My Bigfoot Sighting is a straight to the point, no-nonsense podcast where Bigfoot eyewitnesses talk about their Bigfoot sightings. If you listen to our show, you won't hear an interviewer asking guests questions or interrupting them, because all you'll hear on our show is non-stop Bigfoot sightings and encounters.

  • A Christian re-examination of Revelation and the Pop Christian myths that have weakened our appreciation of God's Holy Word.

  • Alex Tapscott, Andrew Young and guests break down the fundamentals of Decentralized Finance (DeFi) and how this cutting edge technology enables individuals and institutions to transact, and create value, without the need for traditional financial intermediaries.

  • On Crypto & Things, I explore blockchain technologies, cryptocurrencies, passive income, and personal finance. Overall though, my main focus is on blockchain social media platforms which I believe will be the next level of social communication.

  • SCREAM with Ryan C. Showers is podcast show that explores the Scream film franchise in deep, focused analysis. This podcast is for people who love Scream and its mythology. Scream, Scream 2, Scream 3, Scream 4, the upcoming Scream (2022), and Scream-adjacent will be regularly examined and debated. Topics include series storylines, symbolism, filmmaking techniques and craftsmanship, the horror genre, cinematic legacies, comparative discussions, and cultural impacts. In addition, SCREAM with Ryan C. Showers will provide coverage and discourse of news about upcoming installments in the movie series.

  • Discussions with local guests about movies and filmmaking. We’ll talk about local films, theatres, festivals, and the impact of film here in Waterloo Region. We’ll chat with local experts on broader themes like technology, art, and the cultural impact of movies. But mostly we’ll just spend time with great people, talking about something we love.

  • Dishing on all things Bravo and reality TV related, life experiences and pop culture...always with a little bit of shade, and a lot of laughs.

  • Two bakers who once baked for their lives in a tent in Toronto discuss televised Canadian competition reality shows about baking.

    All show music licensed from Chris Collins, https://indiemusicbox.com

  • Diet Culture Dropout aims to break down the pervasive cultural narrative that revolves around dieting and disordered relationships with food and body image. By dropping out of diet culture we can celebrate all bodies and work towards dismantling weight stigma. Together, let's stop the transgenerational trauma of body shame and dieting.

    Atheana takes a non-diet, Health At Every Size and Intuitive Eating approach. This is a safe space for exploration, mindful moments and take-home practices for anyone looking to find food and body peace for themselves or their family.

  • For decades, Erin Davis helped radio listeners wake up and start their day as the host of a popular morning show. Now, her dream is to comfort listeners as they drift off to sleep.
    Drift is that special and sacred place where you can truly relax and be at one with both your pillow and your imagination. Each Drift story begins with a few moments of relaxation and breathing. Then, when the magic of the story has been woven into your sleepy soul, a few minutes of soothing waves will help you to drift off.

  • Doctor Stanley K. Bernstein has helped hundreds of thousands of Canadians lose millions of pounds of excess weight. The Science of Healthy Weight Loss will demystify, deconstruct and detail the journey to healthy weight loss and a healthier you. Doctor Bernstein explains what Healthy Weight Loss means, the health benefits of shedding those extra pounds, how he and his team tackle weight loss here in Canada, and much more.

  • Hi, I'm Tish! And my goal is to use this podcast to help women get stronger through strength training while enjoying a balanced lifestyle.

    I’m a Canadian girl – born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, now living in Kelowna, British Columbia. Above all else, I’m passionate about fitness and wellness! I love helping and inspiring people - not only clients, but everyone I connect with day to day! It is what I love and live and want to share it with you! My passion is lifting, for many reasons which you'll hear more about in these episodes; but I also love hiking, mountain biking, skiing, traveling and spending time with my friends and family - my Husband, 3 fur kids, and my parents (the people who have contributed most to my drive and success).

    Join me as I learn, explore, and share the secrets to building a strong body!

  • Everybody’s got a brain, but very few of us know much about how it works. So to find out how brains do things like make memories, or what happens when they get sick, we’re on a quest to speak to scientists who work with brains for a living. We’re investigating healthy brains, dead brains, brains in jars… even the brains of TV-watching monkeys. For science! Join us on a journey down your auditory nerve to the body’s final frontier - the brain.

  • This podcast highlights the experiences of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities and their impact on mental health. Launched by the Bell Let’s Talk Diversity Fund, each episode features conversations with guests from different ethnocultural communities in Canada as they share personal stories, the unique barriers they navigate on their wellness journey and the importance of finding culturally affirmative mental health care. So if you want to understand the mental health reality of BIPOC community members, whether you have experienced mental illness or not, there will be something to relate to in each episode.

    Hosted by IHeartRadio’s CHUM 104.5 Morning Show Co-Host Jamar McNeil, Your Morning’s Anne-Marie Mediwake and comedian and broadcaster Candy Palmater, each episode will be a safe space to unpack sensitive issues like intergenerational trauma and residential schools, anti-Black racism, first vs second-generation immigrant struggles, men’s mental health among many others. They also explore the similarities and differences between experiences lived by the various BIPOC communities, making such conversations a more inclusive space. The podcast also brings in BIPOC mental health professionals so we better understand the impact of these intersecting life experiences on mental health and the support available. "From Where We Stand: Conversations on race and mental health" is an Original Bell Let’s Talk podcast produced by iHeartRadio.

  • The (L)Earn Podcast - Where I use my story and experience with addiction & trauma to help people live past their demons. We are not defined by our traumas but rather how we rise from them. My goal is to help people Learn Money & Earn Leisure, Learn Themselves & Earn The life they want!

  • Hosted by Michael Marinaro and Trennt Michaud. We take you through a bit of our lives and interests, in and out of the arena. This podcast will share with you different information and tips from high performance professionals we interview in each episode. Through our careers, we have had the honour of benefiting from the knowledge of many of our guests, and the topics that they have to present. We're hoping that you can use this information to become closer with high performance athletes and to do some experimenting in your own labs. Instagram: @icelabpodcast @trenntmichaud @marinarosauce1

  • This podcast is hosted by two Montreal girls. This is a feel-good podcast where you can escape and learn about growth, empowerment & self-love. It is always a girls night so bring your wine and let’s chat!