News & Podcasts

  • Outdoor Journal Radio – March 24 2018

  • Marbled crayfish are a freak of nature. They do not need to mate to reproduce, and just a few of these creatures can multiply into hundreds in a short period of time. Jaime Grimm studies crayfish, and she debates with Angelo whether these invasives should be allowed in pet stores in Ontario. There’s amazing muskie fishing on the Saint John River in New Brunswick. Peter Levick is the editor [...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – March 17 2018

  • We’ve known for centuries, that wild plants have medicinal value. Research conducted in the lab at Des Moines University, shows that blueberry extract can contribute to the effectiveness of radiation treatment for some types of cancer. Dr. Yujiang Fang joins Angelo with his research insight. Jerry Ouellette is back with an update on the popularity of Chaga mushrooms as natures treatment for med[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio - March 10 2018

  • As we enter the March Break, how are the ski conditions in Ontario? Tara Lovell from Blue Mountain Resorts will have a report for Angelo, and a list of activities for kids and non skiers, as well as a deal for lift tickets. The sap is running and the Maple Syrup Festival is underway at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. Sheila Wiebe from Ontario Parks will join Angelo with a list of activities over the[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – March 03 2018

  • Adrian Rushforth from Mercury Marine has a big announcement to share with Angelo. Adrian provides an update on the exciting new Merc products for 2018. What’s with this weather? How is it possible that the North Pole was above freezing, while Vancouver had sub zero temperatures? Brad Rousseau from the Weather Network joins Angelo with an explanation and a preview on the late winter and early sp[...]
  • Outdoor Journal Radio – February 24 2018

  • Rob Woodman is the winner of the contest for the “weirdest place I listened to the Outdoor Journal. Rob joins Angelo as the co-host for the program. Walleye in Hamilton Harbour? Colin Lake from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will join Angelo with the latest news on the walleye stocking program. It looks like a hit with sportsmen. Len Perdic is a world class carp fisherma[...]