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Creation Date December 12th, 2018
Updated Date Updated July 3rd, 2019
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A collection of all of our groovy podcasts!
Join best-selling cookbook author and food stylist Lindsay Cameron Wilson as she shares personal stories through the lens of food. Exclusive interviews, comprehensive research, and inventive story-telling round out this podcast-adventure into the world of food.
Welcome to TURNING A NEW LEAF, the podcast that discusses all things related to the recent legalization and regulation of recreational cannabis in Canada. From doctors and filmmakers to growers and lawyers - we look at all perspectives and opinions.
Hosts and film critics Stephen Cooke and Cartsen Knox go and see a movie together, which then leads to a conversation about other classic and not-so classic related films.
Back Home: A Music Nova Scotia Podcast brings you original and unique content from the music makers, movers and shakers of our beautiful province. Hear stories, performances and interviews you can't find anywhere else.
The Coast presents: 25 for 25. A year-by-year audio archive. Through the lens of the city’s alt-weekly, editors Jacob Boon and Tara Thorne bring you the stories that shaped Halifax over the past quarter-century. From the first issue of the free newspaper—published June 17, 1993—to the latest blog post, The Coast has had a clear mission: to cover Halifax better than any other media organization on the planet. Founded by six friends from King's College who were inspired by New York's Village Voice, The Coast has remained independent and locally owned even as other Nova Scotia papers (not to mention the iconic Voice) surrendered their independence to the disease that is corporate chain ownership. The Coast's weekly mix of award-winning news, arts and entertainment listings earned it membership in the international Association of Alternative Newsweeklies in 2003, a sure sign that outsiders think The Coast is on the right track. But external validation will always come in second-place for The Coast, where connecting with Halifax readers is most important. The Coast is a controlled-circulation newspaper, distributed free every Thursday at over 610 locations around HRM. The highest concentration of papers can be found on the peninsula, around the university campuses and downtown. https://www.thecoast.ca/
Inside Out Casts is the official podcast of THE TORONTO LGBT FILM FEST
Creative people can fashion something beautiful, something meaningful, out of nothing. A power like that deserves to be recognized and celebrated. On June 7th, 2018, the who’s who of marketing will be attending at Pier 21, in Halifax. It’s a time to look back at the brands we’ve built and campaigns we’ve brought to life, and to celebrate all the creativity that our provinces have to offer. The ICE Awards includes a professional development day as well as the big event: the ICE Awards Gala. ICE is organized by volunteers in the marketing industry and submissions are judged by an out-of-region jury.
ICEBREAKERS is the official 2017 ICE Awards podcast, celebrating the best of Atlantic Canadian creativity! ICE is an acronym that stands for Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise. The ICE Awards are organized by a diverse group of Atlantic Canadian advertising and marketing professionals to celebrate creative advertising made in Atlantic Canada, and vie for the coveted crystal ICE Buckets. ICE holds the belief that advocating for best practices in our industry will contribute to this region’s economy, while helping attract and serve marketing-oriented businesses.
LESS THAN LIVE is a bi-weekly podcast about comics from all angles. Join New York Times best-selling comic creator Kate Leth as she discusses the world of comics and what she's been up to lately. Kate answers questions from listeners and she interviews her friends and favourite creators in the comic industry. So join her on this journey into geek culture!
Podcast by CRAZY FISH-The official AFX podcast