Outdoor Journal Radio – October 13 2018


Magic mushroom Jerry is back with Angelo to talk about the latest in nature’s healthy products. Jerry Ouellette represents Chaga Health and Wellness. Chaga mushrooms have long been known for their medicinal value. Angelo has tried them and he’s a believer.

Shimano North America and the Parliamentary Outdoor Caucus of Canada, have just announced a scholarship program for post secondary students enrolled in an accredited fish and wildlife program. Phil Morlock is the Vice President of Government Affairs and Advocacy for Shimano, and he joins Angelo with the details.

Kathy Des Camps from Waterfalls Lodge near Spanish, is the Go Fish in Ontario guest. Pete Bowman says the smallmouth bass fishing is phenomenal with fish over 5 lbs!

Danny Thompson is our Garmin electronics expert. Garmin has just released a new line of Instinct watches that are built for the outdoors. Danny will run through all the features with Angelo.

The Supreme Court of Canada issued a landmark decision this week. Consultation with first nations is not legally required before legislation is passed that could impact treaty rights. Dwight Newman is an indigenous law expert at the University of Saskatchewan. Dwight has tracked this case for several years, as it made its way to Canada’s top court. He will share his thoughts on the decision.


Play it Safe with Inspector for the OPP Chris Whaley

Retired Park Superintendent – Algonquin Provincial Park – John Winters

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Waterfalls Lodge

Gord Pyzer – The Doc –  Outdoor Canada Magazine

Jerry Ouellette – Chaga Health & Wellness

Phil Morlock Vice President of Government Affairs and Advocacy – Shimano North America

Danny Thompson – Regional Sales Manager – Garmin

Professor Dwight Newman – College of Law and Canadian Research Chair – Indigenous Rights in Constitutional and International Law – University of Saskatchewan