Canadian Podcasts

The Best Laid Plans show

The Best Laid PlansJoin Now to Follow

A satirical novel of Canadian politics podcast one chapter at a time by the author, Terry Fallis.

By Terry Fallis

Deconstructing Dinner show

Deconstructing DinnerJoin Now to Follow

Produced and recorded in the studios of Kootenay Co-op Radio in Nelson, British Columbia, Deconstructing Dinner explores food issues that affect you. Join host Jon Steinman and guests as they expose the stories behind our food and discuss more sustainable methods of getting this food into our stomachs. The show is not restricted to only current affairs, but probes into the processes and actions to which we have all become so accustomed throughout our daily routine, and "deconstructs" them to achieve a more discriminating awareness.

By Deconstructing Dinner

Cynically Tested show

Cynically TestedJoin Now to Follow

The Cynically Tested pod cast will feature a satirical weekly newscast as well as commercial and television parodies from "The Only Channel". Nothing is sacred. And remember our motto "We're not Cynical, They're Naive."

By Cynically Tested

Canada Live from CBC Radio 2 show

Canada Live from CBC Radio 2Join Now to Follow

Every night on CBC Radio 2, Canada Live presents the best in live music from concert stages across the country. And every week the Canada Live podcast brings you highlights from some of those amazing concerts, from pop to jazz, roots to world, and everywhere in between.````Canada Live is produced by the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation).

By CBC Radio 2

The Green Majority show

The Green MajorityJoin Now to Follow

Are you interested in environmental issues? Listen to The Green Majority, Canada's first and only all-environmental newshour, for an in-depth weekly review of the nation's environmental happenings. Tune into the broadcast or podcast every Friday for environmental headlines, news features and analysis, or visit the website at www.greenmajority.ca. The show is produced by a dedicated cast of volunteers on Toronto's own CIUT 89.5FM.

By Your (optional) podcast author name

Foods are NOT Drugs - Fight Bill C51 and say NO to Codex show

Foods are NOT Drugs - Fight Bill C51 and say NO to CodexJoin Now to Follow

The Federal Government has introduced proposed legislation which will radically change the natural health products industry in Canada. The Bill reads like a police state manual and the end result will be 70% or more of the products currently available will be illegal. The draconian search and seizure powers granted to the Health Canada inspectors violate the implied bill of rights and the increased penalties are clearly aimed at putting companies in the industry out of business. This is only the beginning. Listen to the podcast to learn more and find out what you can do to help Fight Bill C51 and preserve Health Freedom in Canada.

By Andrew McGivern

The Fisheries Broadcast from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador show

The Fisheries Broadcast from CBC Radio Nfld. and LabradorJoin Now to Follow

CBC Radio's "The Broadcast," as it is affectionately known, since going on the air in 1951, has been dedicated to covering stories about the fishing industry, reflecting the people and the communities that depend on the sea for their livelihood.

By CBC Radio

J R's Podcast show

J R's PodcastJoin Now to Follow

"Old Love". Social issues, politics and Montreal life with GB, Red and Wez

By J R

The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos Audio Podcast show

The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos Audio PodcastJoin Now to Follow

The Hour on CBC isn't your average newscast, it's more like hanging out with someone who's really interested in the world -- hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos. The Hour audio podcast is produced in Canada by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

By The Hour Audio Podcast

The Unknown Studio show

The Unknown StudioJoin Now to Follow

Every two weeks, Adam and Scott expound upon... well, whatever suits them. They feature guests from all over the place, but they tend to focus on what's going on in Edmonton, that strange, silly city/small town rooted in the middle of the Canadian Prairies. Their focus may be local, but they discuss topics from a more generalized perspective. And somehow, they also almost always wind up talking about Star Trek.

By Scott C Bourgeois and Adam Rozenhart