BC Today is where British Columbians connect on issues facing their lives and their community. Every week day at noon PT and 1pm MT, BC Today host Michelle Eliot delves into the top story for the province.
CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
Get the latest news from Victoria, BC's fastest growing news organization. Our in-depth interviews and daily updates will keep you posted on everything to know on Vancouver Island.
True Crime in British Columbia
Broadcasting worldwide from New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada - DJZigZag hosts WAGRadio's flagship program "Groovin' Blue". Podcast's playlist runs from Urban to Jazz to Jam-Rock & beyond.
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Cold Case Canada is an independently produced true crime podcast hosted by Eve Lazarus, a reporter and author based in Vancouver, British Columbia
Talking about Sasquatch research in British Columbia! West Coast Sasquatch has been around for over 18 years in the Lower Mainland: YellowCoyote@telus.net
A no-holds-barred look at issues in British Columbia with a keen focus on Southern Vancouver Island. Veteran commentators Robin Adair, John Juricic and special guests provide insight, information and humour.
Joining God in the Renewal of All Things
Legal news and issues with lawyer Michael Mulligan on CFAX 1070 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
A group of like minded beer bloggers have come together to bring British Columbia (and anyone else that wants to listen or watch) a podcast. We cover the issues, events and beers that excite us and we hope to inform you and keep you entertained!
Daybreak North connects, challenges and champions Northern British Columbia. Host Carolina de Ryk presents memorable interviews and original journalism from Prince George to Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii to the Robson Valley, and the Cariboo to the Peace and Fort Nelson.
Join hosts Jeremy Caradonna and Matt Dell as they explore pressing political issues facing Victoria and British Columbia. Guests to the podcast include journalists, subject-area experts, activists, politicians, business owners, and more.
An integral part of hundreds of thousands of communities worldwide are their hospitals. The engine that drives those institutions are their foundations, without which, the wheels of progress would turn very slowly. This 6 episode series uncovers the ways the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation in White Rock, British Columbia connects with the community to stay ahead of health issues, challenge the norm and foster a spirit of innovation.
Hosted by Murissa & Taryn of Food Tours Kelowna, The Okanagan Food Show features the locally owned and operated food, wine, beer and spirits produced here in the Okanagan wine region of British Columbia, Canada.
Audio Sermons from Cloverdale Baptist Church in Surrey British Columbia.
The Early Edition is Vancouver's connection to the latest breaking local news, interviews that cut through the spin, and community stories and personalities that surprise and delight.
Stories of hunting, fishing, hiking and backpacking in British Columbia from the perspective of new hunters. Follow Mike and Kelly's adventures in the backcountry and hear stories from special guests that include other rookie hunters, experienced outdoorsmen and experts in the field
Verse by Verse, Chapter by Chapter teaching through the Bible with Pastor Brent Smith of Riverside Calvary Chapel, located in Langley, British Columbia, Canada.
Do you want to learn more about the Bible? Do you want to grow in your Faith? Well Listen in...as Nicole ... opens up in Her Unique style...Bible Study doesn't have to be Dry and Boring....!The Bible is A Love Letter ...Written Just for You from Almighty God....It is Written in Red...The Blood of JESUS....wrote every Word...Grab a Coffee and Enjoy as She Shares what is on Her Heart....on this Episode ...From Her Home In British Columbia Canada.....
Eclectic Conversations pilot "Do Not Try This At Home... It May Change Your Life" series dives deep into Drew Farion's experiences as an 18 year old young man from Coquitlam, British Columbia who buys a one-way plane ticket and flies straight to Europe. With just $1,000 in his pocket, Drew finds unique jobs, lifetime friends, real life angels, what it means to be truly happy, and adventures that can only be described as utterly mind-blowing!
Weekly sermons from MyNewLife Church in Vancouver, British Columbia
This is a podcast featuring the audio from the weekly messages delivered at SouthRidge Fellowship Church in Langley, BC. The messages cover topic that are relevant to those interested in better understanding God, His love for us, and His son's sacrifice. You will be hearing from our lead pastor, associate pastors, and special guest speakers. We are a church that wants to love God, change the world, one life at a time.
Bigger Than Me - A person who makes decisions that are not only in their best interest, but in the interest of their family, friends and community. A person who recognizes that their impact is bigger than just themselves. We seek guests who carry this mindset in their career, community and personal life. We hope the stories of these role models reach Indigenous communities, individuals living in poverty, and individuals who lack support.
An educational resource for farmers, gardeners, processors and other members of the organic food & farming community in British Columbia & beyond! Featuring conversations with farmers, eaters, academics, scientists and authors about the philosophy, practice, and politics of organic food. A project of Organic BC, British Columbia's primary organic sector advocate and representative to 700+ certified organic producers and processors in the province for more than 25 years.
Two kids grow up in Terrace British Columbia with dreams of playing in the NHL.One of them is drafted by the Detroit Red Wings and the other becomes a comedian and ends up in a hockey movie involving a chimpanzee. This is their podcast discussing all things hockey and maybe a couple other things.
Join the BC Museums Association as we explore topics of importance to the museum community in BC, and around the world. Listen as we talk with museum workers, volunteers, and audiences about their work in BC museums.
A podcast primarily dedicated to traditional film photography including darkroom processes. Topics may vary from opinions, interviews, how-to, camera operations, field-notes, alternative processes, or other film photography-related topics. Brought to you fortnightly by Bob St-Cyr from the Fraser Valley in British Columbia, CANADA. Opinions, commentary and ideas shared on the podcast belong to the respective authors/speakers alone.
The Best Science (BS) Medicine Podcast is a weekly presentation where practitioners can get evidence-based drug therapy content that is practical, entertaining and promotes healthy scepticism. In essence, we are the Medication Mythbusters. We present information that is useful and relevant to physicians, pharmacists, nurses, physician assistants and other health professionals, and that can easily be incorporated into day-to-day practice. The podcast is presented by Dr. James McCormack, Profe ...
The latest sermons from Princeton Baptist Church. Princeton, British Columbia Canada.
Are you looking for something good to read? Or watch? Or listen to? Tune in to Fraser Valley Regional Library’s ReadRadio podcast for some great recommendations. In each episode we will highlight some of the library’s books, movies and TV shows that you might not know about. All reviewed materials are available for loan in the FVRL catalogue. ReadRadio will release a new episode every other Friday. Fraser Valley Regional Library is the largest public library system in British Columbia, with ...
The weekly podcast from Lazor Comb Productions hosted by Christopher Siege & NeoKal where we talk about Beast Wars shit, and talk shit about Beast Wars. New episodes every Friday!
We are an autonomous, biblical baptist church in the heart of Castlegar British Columbia, Canada. Our desire is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ, reach the lost, disciple believers and help people grow into Christ-likeness. We have ministries designed to help people at every stage of life, from newborns to seniors.
Removing bias and sensationalism from the news of Alberta, BC, and Canada. Providing the context and information needed to put you on the right side of the news.
On a back country road outside the hamlet of Duggan Hill, Saskatchewan, a woman named Sasha Ismond goes missing without a trace. She had been travelling from Vancouver for the past day, and was mere minutes away from her father's home. The last person she spoke to was her former partner, Zoe, a journalism student at the University of British Columbia. This is a collection of recovered audio recordings from the subsequent investigation into her disappearance, recorded during the summer of 2015.
From the towns of Oliver and Osoyoos, British Columbia wine country, a podcast about understanding winemaking, grape growing, and wine itself.
Welcome musicians and music lovers. There are hundreds of amazing musicians floating around the city of Kelowna, so we decided to create a platform to showcase their talents. We get into the nitty-gritty details of making music, the ups and downs of being a "creative", depression & anxiety, inspiration and motivation, struggles, triumphs, hilarious stories, terrible shows, and so much more. It seems that the majority of great artists have one thing in common: they arent afraid of being vulne ...
Pulmonary Rehab Podcast is about helping clinicians start and sustain a pulmonary rehabilitation program. Discover new resources to help improve your program, including journal clubs to understand the latest research, interviews with pulmonary rehab experts, professional development sessions to improve your clinical skills, and highlights of latest guidelines, conferences, and other resources for this exciting area of practice. Join host Dr. Pat Camp, who is an Associate Professor at the Uni ...
The Dash is a weekly BC political podcast hosted by David Eby and Katrina Chen. Produced and edited by Duncan Watts-Grant on the unceded xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwəta/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) territory.
Dr. Wayne Phimister is a Family Physician with a special interest in chronic pain who’s passion is finding solutions for this epidemic problem facing 1/3 of the adult population. He is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia in Canada and has developed one of the first Online Medical Trigger Point Injections Courses for doctors and nurse practitioners, a technique that is easily learnt and implemented into the medical office of any doctor or nurse practitioner tr ...
Canadian labour history storytelling podcast, produced by volunteers & staff of the BC Labour Heritage Centre on unceded xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), səl̓ílwətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) territories. Hosted by labour reporter & author Rod Mickleburgh, with new episodes released monthly.
On The Island is a lively and informative blend of news, reviews and interviews, designed to keep Victorians informed about the issues that matter to them.
With Drinking and Screaming, you’ll find yourself pulled into a new horror film to discuss and a new cocktail to try every week. We’re a queer and feminist horror movie review podcast based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Episodes are laced with celebrity guests, queer and feminist discussion perspectives, production trivia, and clips and soundtracks from the films! Char and Kelly are neither professional movie critics nor professional bartenders, but they are very good at both drinking ...
Welcome to DIG THIS - An archaeology podcast for good. Kind of like Indiana Jones…if he was a woman…more ethical…gave a shit about the people whose belongings he was stealing…and was actually doing real archaeological work. Ok. Nothing like Indiana Jones. Every Wednesday, Jenny Botica and Amanda Marshall have a laugh, cry, or howl at the moon over lessons learned during their 20+ years as archeologists, business owners, partners, and moms. Fearless and fierce conversations that focus on the ...
This is the place where we will be talking about food in and around Victoria, British Columbia.
The Vancouver Mixtape brings you the best local music from in and around British Columbia. Featuring the newest songs and interviews from the best artists, hosts Jamie Cessford and Jesse Wentzloff keep their finger on the pulse of Vancouver's growing music scene, and beyond. The Vancouver Mixtape broadcasts live on CJSF 90.1 FM every Sunday from 8-9 pm.
Tabletop Tiddies is a weekly queer and feminist TTRPG podcast company based out of beautiful British Columbia, Canada, run by people of marginalized genders. Listen each week as the players: Emily, Kelly, Rachel and Sara, take on Dungeon Master Charlene's puzzles and adventures for Season Two of our Dungeons and Dragons campaign: "Into The Revelia". "Tiddies By Night" is Tabletop Tiddies’ brand new queer and feminist Vampire The Masquerade show, with a vampire coterie of supernatural investi ...
CBC reporter Jason Proctor breaks down the latest developments in the U.S. extradition case against Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou; in our 2nd half, we hear from listeners about their favorite B.C. waterways in the run up to World Rivers Day.
In this episode: a children's book created during the pandemic by a Victoria family, Ryan Dickie talks about the film In The Land of Dreamers that he co-directed, potter Elaine Brewer White and Matthew Parsons with another whirl around Wikipedia, this time starting with Fort Nelson.
This episode is about the BC Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Fisheries' Animal Health Centre. Guest interviewer Tristan Banwell interviews Dr. Glenna McGregor, a veterinary pathologist at the centre, about the centre's purpose and how it can help you diagnose pathology in your animals. Along the way you'll learn a bit of vocabulary and some basics …
⏰ Timestamps ⏰: 00:05 - Introduction By Ricky J And Jeff Chadha From The British Columbia Real Estate Podcast 02:10 - Ricky J Asks Jeff Chadha About Decluttering and Staging A Property 06:45 - Jeff Chadha And Ricky J Talk About Digital Staging Pros And Cons 17:05 - Ricky J Talks About Filming On East Hastings In Vancouver BC 18:30 - Digital Staging…
The IOU continues to search for the doll that contains Marguerite’s soul, and they deal with the discovery that Springheal Jack is on the loose. Also - Octavia isn’t who she appears to be… Vote for us in the GameHERs Awards in the “Top TTRPG Campaign Of The Year” category: https://thegamehers.com/vote Content Warnings: street harassment, misogyny, …
Garry Primal resumes command of the Maixmals and inadvertently leads them to the Killing Fields of Planet Megatron, where Blackarachnia figures some shit out about Thrust. Episode Rating: "TOO MUCH ENERGON!" Subscribe to the Lazor Comb Patreon to access hours of bonus preamble audio, exclusive shows like LAZOR COMB TONIGHT!, our monthly movie comme…
In 1965, Rene Castellani, a 40-year-old radio personality murdered his wife Esther with arsenic-laced milkshakes so he could marry Lolly, CKNW’s 25-year-old receptionist. The Castellani's had an 11-year-old daughter called Jeannine, who became the collateral damage. This two-part podcast is Jeannine’s story. This episode is based on original resear…
For Good News Friday, we learn about how to spot burnout in family caregivers and about the unique local services to help those in need from Family Caregivers BC. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Member And subscribe t…
University of Toronto researcher Élyse Caron-Beaudoin has been measuring contaminants in homes near oil and gas fracking wells in the Peace River region.
A landslide near Prince Rupert has cut off waterflow to a fish hatchery in the city.
Symbia Barnaby is an Indigenous activist and advocate for inclusion who has five kids with special needs.
Tanya Fletcher and Justine Hunter discuss how the province is handling the COVID crisis in northern B.C., the federal election and an Alaskan bill that could see cruise ships bypass B.C.
The region has the highest rates of new infections and hospitalizations and lowest rates of vaccination in the province.
Gourdward tells us about his production 'Smoke Sturgeon.'
The CBC's Chris Walker examines the fauly legal arguments being used by anti-vaccine mandate protesters.
Barriers to care for families with disabilities; Eli Glasner reviews 'Dear Evan Hansen'; Study shows higher levels of pollutants in homes near fracking wells; The worrying pseudo-legal arguments of the anti-vaccine card movement; Health Minister Adrian Dix on rising COVID cases in northern B.C.; Playwright Solomon Goudsward on the gritty poetic sce…
The party debriefs with Marge and drops off their items at the Lost And Found, revealing their critical error with Neeka. Everyone heads off to the Tunnel Of Love to meet Cicero, and get stopped by some beckoning monsters… Vote for us in the GameHERs Awards in the “Top TTRPG Campaign Of The Year” category: https://thegamehers.com/vote Content Warni…
Tara introduces us to three picture books by author Michael Ian Black that will help young children navigate their emotions and state of mind. The titles are I'm Bored, I'm Sad, and I'm Worried.By Fraser Valley Regional Library
Matt and Jeremy welcome Fred Cameron and Jimi Fritz to the podcast for a wide-ranging discussion on safe supply, drug culture, and pathways out of the opioid crisis. Fred is a manager at SOLID, a non-profit organization that provides peer-based health education and support services to reduce the harms associated with drug use in Victoriause in Vict…
On Victoria Rumble Room this week political strategist Brad Zubyk examines the immediate aftermath of the federal election.By John Juricic
Between all of the different movements, the BC Legislature has barely seen a day without protestors. Today, we analyze the similarities and differences in those protests, and the relationships they have with police. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership …
David and Katrina talk with David Chudnovsky, former MLA and President of the BCTF, who is now an advocate for former residents of the Little Mountain community. They discuss the history of the site, the terrible deal struck by the BC Liberals, and what happens next in the redevelopment.By David Eby
The B.C. government is bringing back COVID-19 exposure alerts at schools - but how do parents feel about that? In our 2nd half, we hear from About Face, the group behind a powerful new video campaign to better understand people living with facial differences.
Gender pay gaps persist; Resturants still struggling to find staff; How vaccine passports were used in the 19th century; Doctors and patients plead with people to get vaccinated to take strain off northern B.C. hospitals; Take Back the Night march; Alex Cuba performing in Quesnel; Northern B.C. FanCon returns at long last; A letter from a doctor to…
UNBC anthropology assistant professort Lianne Tripp has found some surprising parallels between the vaccine card debate of today and how they were used in 19th century Gibraltar.
Ken Mather speaks to us about the release of the latest edition of his book, "Wagon Road North."
A rise in COVID-19 patients requiring care is impacting people needing other sorts of help, as well.
It's been delayed several times due to the pandemic, but northern B.C.'s biggest celebration of science fiction, fantasy and more is back.
In episode 491, Mike and James invite Mike Kolber to talk about Pink Ladies and White Knights. In medical terms we are referring to whether or not it makes sense to add lidocaine and antispasmodics to antacids in patients who present to an emergency room with dyspepsia. Please ignore the parts when both Mikes battle it out for a place at King Arthu…
Today, we take a close look at who can versus who should practice archaeology and by what authority. The need for archaeology has widened but who can support that need has not. There's a lack of inclusion and opportunity in legislation, education and field experience requirements. Who can manage sites and do heritage work, needs to change. To learn…
In February, two women started a Facebook group exposing mistreatment of patients at Royal Jubilee's Psychiatric Emergency Services. Since then, they have continued their fight for changes to be made, but not much has happened. We update you on their journey and why things are moving so slowly. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning…
As Alberta approaches capacity in its hospitals, Dr. Raj Bhardwaj explains what it would mean if triage protocols are activated.
We discuss what’s behind low voter turnout in the federal election; In our 2nd half, we hear about some of the best ways to spend the fall in B.C.
Gary Wood owns a farm in the Pineview neighbourhood of Prince George. He speaks to us about his concerns over the proposed West Coast Olefins gas plant.
Northern B.C.'s healthcare system has hit a breaking point and can no longer accomodate the high number of COVID-19 patients needing critical care. MLAs Dan Davies and Nathan Cullen tell us what's happening in their region and what they believe needs to change to address the situation.
Audrey McKinnon of the NDP and Claire Rattée of the Conservatives finished second in the election races in Cariboo-Prince George and Skeena-Bulkley Valley respectively, They speak about what they hope comes next.
Facebook glasses raise eyebrows; Dr. Raj Bhardwaj on what triage in the healthcare system would look like as Alberta approaches that point; Pineview farmer opposed to Prince George gas plant proposal; Northern B.C. hospitals no longer have capacity for all their COVID patients; Apple harvest season; Back to work for Trudeau's minority government; S…
It’s Science Literacy Week, and Cindy is here to share two book’s from National Geographic Kids’ Solve This! series. Learn all about engineering and forensic science with fun experiments, projects and mysteries for you to figure out!By Fraser Valley Regional Library
We analyze why vaccine conspiracies have become so popular, who is susceptible, and why this era of conspiracy theories is more dangerous than ever before. Get more stories like this in your inbox every morning by subscribing to our daily newsletter at CapitalDaily.ca Check our membership opportunity at CapitalDaily.ca/Member And subscribe to us on…
After a 36-day campaign and a $600-million election, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau will return to Ottawa as a Prime Minister without a majority. We breakdown the election results with newly elected members of parliament and UBC political scientist, Max Cameron.
The NDP has once again been elected in the riding of Skeena-Bulkley Valley, but the Conservatives made it a tighter race.
The Prince George-Peace River-Northern Rockies Conservatives has been re-elected with a sizable majority, but recognizes his party still needs to do more if it wants to form government.
They gained in the popular vote but failed to come close to electing any members to Parliament.
We speak to executive director Ken Hall.
We speak to northern B.C. MLA-elects Bob Zimmer, Taylor Bachrach and Todd Doherty. Plus analysis of what, if anything, we learned from an election that gave us a government that's almost identical to the one we just had and we speak to the new director of the Prince George Symphony Orchestra.
The Conservative candidate for Cariboo-Prince George won with more than 50 percent of the vote but says he's committed to listening to the people who didn't want him to go back to Ottawa.
The Liberals will again form a minority government, the Conservatives will again be the opposition and the NPD, Bloc and Greens kept similar numbers for their seats. So what did we learn? Heather Scoffield weighs in.
Join Drew, as he returns to Belgium to meet some of the most Eclectic personalities in the world! Where does Drew go after getting kicked out of Germany and finding disappointment how people treated Drew in Holland? Of course Brussels! Drew made some of the most amazing long-term relationships during this story, find out what separates Europeans fo…
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For Municipal Monday, we hear from a citizen's group that's advocating for housing affordability in Greater Victoria. The members are pushing for more density across the region, the creation of "missing middle" housing, and purpose built rentals. Recently, they created a voting record that ranks councillors in Victoria and Saanich by the number of …