News & Podcasts

  • How To 'Podcast' the Outdoor Journal Radio Show

  • A few listeners have taken the time to ask about how to receive a podcast, or what a podcast is. A podcast is just an audio (or video) file, often a familiar MP3 which you may have seen in your music library on your computer. We store these MP3 files on our server, and publish it. Software on your end subscribes to what's called a feed, so when we publish something new, your software will downl[...]
  • The Outdoor Journal - June 8 2013

  • While the rain seems to be sticking around, the heat is on the rise. Stuck inside? Well, have we got a show for you! We have Cycle Ontario’s Doug Cota joining us to promote health, fitness, and the fun aspects of cycling. Chris Parent from North South Environmental will join us with exciting stories and facts on the Massasauga Rattlesnake. David Neitzel, Senior Epidemiologist is here to raise aw[...]
  • The Outdoor Journal - June 1 2013

  • It looks like the weather is heating up again with a lot of rain in the forecast, but we have an exciting show lined up to get rid of those rainy day blues! John Winters has returned from his travels in Europe and you can bet that he has lots of great stories. We also have Dr. Anatoli Freiman, from the Toronto Dermatology Centre, to talk about skin cancer prevention and treatments. Next is MNR F[...]
  • The Outdoor Journal - May 25 2013

  • Hopefully everyone had a safe and wonderful May Long Weekend! The weather this weekend is looking promising after a harsh storm earlier in the week. As for the show, we have lots to discuss with great guests. Tim Danson, a high profile lawyer will be on air to talk about the Ontario Government’s position on allowing unregulated harvesting of fish and game. From Brock University we have mosquito e[...]
  • The Outdoor Journal - May 18 2013

  • It’s the May Long Weekend and it looks like Mother Nature is going to pull through (after having snowed this past weekend)! Ontario Ministry of Tourism and former NHLer Jack Lynch will be joining us to discuss the Stanley Cup playoffs along with what’s happening in Ontario over the holiday weekend. We then have Kathryn Maroun from TVs “What a Catch” and Bruce van Staalduinen from Ontario Parks. M[...]