Author archives: Steven Labadie

  • Outdoor Journal Radio – December 23 2017

  • This is the Christmas Holiday broadcast. Angelo will be joined by JP Martin Dubois from Princecraft boats. Are there differences in the way that La Belle Province celebrates Christmas? Adrian Rushforth from Mercury Marine talks about his childhood Christmas, and plans for the holiday season. On the Go Fish in Ontario segment, Ken McPhail from Kashaga Lodge near Haliburton joins Angelo to ta[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – December 16 2017

  • With a week to go before Christmas Day, Danny Thompson from Garmin electronics joins Angelo with some gift ideas, including the new ice fishing package. Ecojustice says that the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry are missing the mark, and jeopardizing species at risk. According to Sarah McDonald, there have been 2065 activities that have not been monitored under the Endangered [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – December 09 2017

  • Wil Wegman from Aurora Bassmasters will have all the details about the Canadian Ice Fishing Expo. This two day event will be hosted in Barrie on December 16th and 17th, and it’s the only ice fishing expo in Canada. Dawn Whiteside is the Brand Manager for Coleman Canada. Coleman is offering some great Christmas specials, and Dawn will offer her picks for last minute shoppers. On the Go Fish in O[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – December 02 2017

  • Angelo is joined by Keith Beasley, from Canada’s most popular TV hunting adventure program, Canada in the Rough . Keith will talk about the challenges and rewards while in search of the perfect hunting trip. How much longer will the Toronto Zoo have the pandas from China? Katie Gray from the zoo has an update on the end of the panda stay in Toronto, and their upcoming trip to Calgary. The loan of[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – November 25 2017

  • The weather outside is frightful; so says weatherman Tyler Hamilton from the Weather Network. Tyler will join Angelo with the winter forecast and his insight on the higher than average projected snowfall. If you have snow, you might want to try snowmobiling. Steve Tait from Gordon Bay Marine in Mactier has some tips for early season snowmobile maintenance and some great deals on new machines.[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – November 18 2017

  • Amy Nesbitt is the FishN Girl. How many fishermen have 200 tournaments under their belt? Amy joins Angelo to talk about her fishing and hunting adventures, and the opportunities for women promoting outdoor sports. Black Friday kicks off the Christmas holiday shopping. Dawn Whiteside from Coleman Canada and Jack Summers from Radioworld will join Angelo with some great deals and suggestions for Chr[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – November 11 2017

  • This is the Remembrance Day broadcast, as we pay tribute to those who have fallen, and our armed forces personnel past and present. Rob Larman from War Amps is the Director of the Play Safe and Drive Safe Program. Rob lost his left leg at the age of 14, and now promotes the programs offered for Canadian amputees from all walks of life. Ryley McMillan is now 9 years old. He was born withou[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – November 04 2017

  • Greenpeace used “non actionable rhetorical hyperbole” in a campaign against Resolute Forest Products. Angelo will be joined by Seth Kursman from Resolute, who will explain why they are suing Greenpeace, and what’s at stake. During World War 2, there were many volunteers that served in the armed forces from small towns in Ontario. Many did not survive combat. Angelo will talk with David Starra[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – October 28 2017

  • Wil Wegman reports live from the Jack Link’s Lake Simcoe Open Bass Tournament. Angelo will be talking about the size of the fish that normally hit the scales at the end of the day, and how things have changed for the bass fishery on Lake Simcoe. Steven Price is the President of Bird Studies Canada, which monitors bird populations and the fall migration from their location at Point Pelee Nation[...]