20 Best Canadian Mom Podcasts of 2022

April 4, 2022

Are you wanting to learn more about canadian mom? Well you’ve come to the right place. This is a curated list of the best canadian mom podcasts of 2022.

We have selected these podcasts for a variety of reasons, but they are all well worth a listen. We tried to select a variety of podcasts across the spectrum from hosts with a wide breadth of experience.

Best Canadian Mom Podcasts 2022

With thanks to ListenNotes, Crunchbase, SemRush and Ahrefs for providing the data to create and rank these podcasts.

Elaine’s Kitchen Table | Create Better Family, Health, Business, Self

  • Publisher: Elaine Tan Comeau: Business Woman, Entrepreneur, Founder of Easy Daysies
  • Total Episodes: 184

Are you a busy mom or entrepreneur? Take a deep breath and create a better life for you and your family! Elaine Tan Comeau, founder of Easy Daysies (www.easydaysies.com a favorite winning pitch on Dragons’ Den, Canada’s Shark Tank), mom of 3, wife, foodie, stroke survivor, former school teacher, author & speaker, and Mompreneur of the Year in Canada, talks to you about Creating Better family, health, mental health, business and self, all straight from the kitchen table – where it started for her and where it can start for you! This season’s guests include Greg McKeown (author of runaway bestseller Essentialism), Erica Ehm (pioneering MuchMusic VJ), Tonia Jahshan (W100 #1 Canadian female entrepreneur), Ann Douglas (CBC Radio parenting expert/columnist), Dr Vanessa Lapointe (registered psychologist and parenting expert), Tara Teng (Miss World 2012), Brian Dixon (author of Start With Your People) and more! I am so happy to have you join me!

High Ladies

  • Publisher: High Ladies Podcast
  • Total Episodes: 49

High Ladies Podcast is a Canadian, female led podcast for both cannabis user and the curious. We aim to educate, have a laugh and end the stigma around cannabis use. Weekly Episodes drop on Tuesdays! Hosted by Mom friends, Annie and Amanda who live in central Ontario. Find us on Instagram @highladiespodcast email us at [email protected] and buy us a coffee at buymeacoffee.com/highladies

One Take With Tina

  • Publisher: Tina Singh
  • Total Episodes: 18

This podcast explores social topics from the lens of a first generation Canadian. Tina Singh is a digital content creator, wife and mom of 3. She shares her life and family on her YouTube channel, Mom Boss of 3. She also founded the Marmy (Mom Army) and believes in moms having each other’s back. In this podcast, she shares her views on various women’s issues including parenting, abuse, culture, societal expectations and balancing eastern and western philosophies in her own home. Tune in weekly for important conversations that we need to be having.

Family Matters

  • Publisher: Global News / Curiouscast
  • Total Episodes: 164

Family Matters is a conversation sparked by parents, for parents, where we explore the issues that matter to you and navigate the challenges we all face. We are not experts but rather every day moms learning by trial and error. Our biggest hope for is that you walk away feeling a little more informed and above all – understood…like we get you because we’re in it too.

Host Laurel Gregory is an award-winning journalist who has worked in Canadian media for 16 years. The mother of two co-created Family Matters in 2016 in order to create a reliable source of information to both educate and entertain parents. She secretly envies parents who raised children prior to the information age and is confident that – big or small – a walk in the woods and a good night’s sleep cures all.

Producer Christine Meadows has been with Global Edmonton for a decade, minus the 2 years spent on maternity leave with her boys. She is constantly navigating balance in her life as a working mom who loves her boys but also loves her “me time”. She fears screen time is going to be her biggest life regret and is still trying to ditch social media after-hours to be more present

Shukes and Giff The Podcast

  • Publisher: Jen Giffen & Kim Pollishuke – members of the Education Podcast Network
  • Total Episodes: 72

Shukes and Giff The Podcast is a weekly podcast by Canadian educators Kim Pollishuke (@KimPollishuke) and Jen Giffen (@VirtualGiff). The podcast aims to share EdTech treasures with the audience in hopes of creating an AHA moment and encouraging listeners to take those AHAs and give it a go. http://bit.ly/shukesandgiff #ShukesAndGiff

Empathy Tales

  • Publisher: Victoria Woelders
  • Total Episodes: 84

Original mom-approved stories created by Victoria Woelders for her kids, and her students. Educational storytelling for the home, the classroom and car rides. Empathy Tales focus on virtues and character-building qualities. Created by Victoria who is a Masters educated Canadian teacher and mom of two great kids. Come join our journey and visit our educational storyteller Victoria Woelders at mykidslocker.com to learn more. Empathy Tales are creating compassion one story at a time!

Launch Your Wealth

  • Publisher: Jona Lemmonds
  • Total Episodes: 20

Welcome to Launch Your Wealth!

Jona Lemmonds is the Host of Launch Your Wealth Podcast + Keynote Inner-Circle. Her personal mission is to represent the minority stake in the real estate, investing and leadership industry. She is bridging Canadian & American alternative investment and partnership opportunities. Jona works with high-achieving entrepreneurs, real estate professionals and accredited investors. She is passionate to help launch 100 Self-Made Success Stories 2021 through wealth empowerment and business ownership. Jona is an active investor, and a Mom of 6.

The Feminist Mommies

  • Publisher: Vanessa and Shannon
  • Total Episodes: 18

Join cohosts Shannon and Vanessa- one American, one Canadian- as we discuss topics related to equality, motherhood, career and societal expectations of children. We’re passionate about advocating for and supporting women and creating a brighter future for our children. We are, The Feminist Mommies.

High Sisters Podcast

  • Publisher: High Sisters
  • Total Episodes: 7

What happens when two Canadian sisters get high and record themselves? High Sisters Podcast is born. Raw, unfiltered conversations about everything from sex to outer space to our family. Make sure to get high before tuning in. 18+. This is not appropriate for the following people: – Children – Our Mom – Prudes

Rhythm Changes Podcast

  • Publisher: Will Chernoff
  • Total Episodes: 42

Join Will Chernoff every Wednesday from Vancouver on the only weekly interview podcast about creative music in Canada. As an active performer, Will’s favourite moments in the working world of Canadian music have been the conversations before shows, in the intermissions, and after shows. Rhythm Changes brings you conversations like those, so you’ll always have local artists to hear and talk about. Keep in touch with the BC music community in 30 minutes each week.

Conservative Like Me

  • Publisher: Jennifer Sanford
  • Total Episodes: 23

Welcome to Conservative Like Me: a voice for the conservative movement that isn’t totally nuts. Or untruthful. Or dangerous. Or irresponsible. Conservative Like Me is a podcast for center-spectrum conservatives. You know, the ones that rarely get any airtime. In this podcast, we explore, issue by issue, how Canada’s federal conservative party can remain true to its foundational mission while also building good policy that’s aligned to the progressive momentum of Canada, the needs of our Canadians, and our full national potential. Hosted by Jennifer Sanford. Seasons drop Nextflix style–all at once.

We Didn’t Get a Rose with Mike Carrozza and Chris Mejia

  • Publisher: Mike Carrozza and Chris Mejia
  • Total Episodes: 53

Mike and Chris may not have gotten a rose, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be part of Bachelor Nation.

This is a recap podcast covering The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise, and any other worthwhile relationship reality show we agree to talk about.

Mike Carrozza is in the French-Canadian East and Chris Mejia is in the Pacific Northwest, but nothing can keep these two comedians from talking about the wildest moments of these shows.

Trench Leadership: A Podcast From the Front

  • Publisher: Simon Kardynal
  • Total Episodes: 49

Trench Leadership: A Podcast From the Front, hosted by Simon Kardynal, is a leadership-themed podcast for emerging leaders across all professions to help navigate those intricate moments as we lead from the front. In this podcast, you will hear from leaders who have been in your shoes, had the triumphs, and made the mistakes. Each episode offers advice, inspiration, and practical tools while you are leading ‘from the trenches’. Throughout the series, Simon uses his personal and professional experiences and connections gained through 26 years in the Canadian Armed Forces, retiring as a Senior Non-Commissioned Member, the completion of a Master of Arts in Leadership, and his current role within a private sector company, to have frank and honest conversations with leaders from diverse backgrounds and professions where we talk about the challenges faced as leaders and followers in a dynamic and ever-evolving world.

American vs. Canadian with Jason & Joseph

  • Publisher: Joseph DeBenedictis and Jason Holler
  • Total Episodes: 4

Based on their popular YouTube series, cross-border best friends Jason the American and Joseph the Canadian battle for their nations pride as they uncover the surprising and subtle differences between the United States and Canada and attempt to prove that their country is the best. The podcast goes deeper into their YouTube episodes, answering subscriber questions, behind the scenes analysis and never before heard moments. Of course they’ll talk new topics, interesting aspects of their life, and just friend to friend banter you’d come to expect with long time friends. Watch their YouTube series: https://youtube.com/josephdebenedictis


  • Publisher: NEWSTALK Sauga 960 AM
  • Total Episodes: 72

nFocus w. Annie Koshy takes a focused look at three primary components: People, Places and Events as they all interact on a local, national and international branding and marketing perspective.

The first component looks at people and the milestones they have in their life, as they build their brand. What have been their challenges, achievements and breakthrough moments and how are they utilizing their story to market themselves?

The second component takes a look at events that bring our communities together and the messages conveyed to the larger Canadian community through those events.

The third component acknowledges the fact that we are in a digital era and our stories and voices heard locally are an echo of stories and voices from other parts of the world as well. We look at sharing the journeys and success of influential people of global repute who are changing the world with their work and message.

Each week, nFocus will celebrate the People, Places and Events that serve to entertain, challenge and ultimately, inspire us all.

The Intersection

  • Publisher: YEG Wellness Collective
  • Total Episodes: 30

Welcome to The Intersection, a Canadian podcast, where we talk about intersectionality and its impact on wellbeing. Each episode we challenge what it means to be inclusive by exploring how social identities affect how one is treated by society, the wellness industry, and the world. Join your hosts for unfiltered conversations about the many intersections of wellness, politics, current events, social justice, pop culture and history! Unfiltered includes some jokes, awkward moments, and laughs along the way! Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed during The Intersection are those of the hosts and do not reflect any employer’s, organizations, committees, or other group or individual that may be related to the hosts. And as critically thinking humans, that are bound to make mistakes sometimes, these views are subject to change, revisions, and rethinking at any time and past performances may not be indicative of future results. Additionally, the values and opinions should not be taken as professional advice and should not be taken over the advice of professionals. The Intersection is not liable for any indirect, incidental, or consequential damages arising from accessing this podcast. With that out of the way- we hope you enjoy our podcast!

Moments with Chrissy: Lifestyle & Relationships

  • Publisher: Chrissy
  • Total Episodes: 35


An Asian-Canadian gal in her late 20s who is eager to thread her way into building an intentional lifestyle built around compassion, adventure and curiosity. Here, we’ll talk about all types of relationships, cultural influences to decision-making, from healing to thriving and lifestyle aspirations.

You can find me now: @momentswithchrissypodcast
Let’s connect: [email protected].

From Rock Bottom to Rockin’ It

  • Publisher: Eric Gilbert-Williams | Entrepreneur & Philanthropist
  • Total Episodes: 45

From Rock Bottom to Rockin’ It explores personal stories about those who hit absolute rock bottom. Then got back up, wiped off the dust, kicked failure to the curb, and now they’re rockin’ it like you’d never believe. These interviews are intended to inspire, motivate, and give hope and vision to those in their rock bottom by sharing stories, tools, and the resources that our guests used to create their ‘rockin’ it’ moments. Host Eric Gilbert-Williams is a Canadian Entrepreneur who faced hardships as a youth like bullying, learning disorders, drugs, and crime before discovering success through his entrepreneurial pursuits. During his times through these teen social challenges, he found self-esteem and the passion to change his life through listening to the inspirational stories of others who overcame deep hardships to create great success in their lives.

This Dandelion Life

  • Publisher: Mel Perry
  • Total Episodes: 7

Finding the delicate balance between being a woman, mom, and wife is a challenge for anyone. Being a Canadian military family does NOT make it any easier! Join Mel Perry, Military Lifestyle Mentor, as we discuss mindset, motherhood, military wife life, and more. To learn more about Mel, head over to www.thisdandelionlife.com or find her on Facebook and Instagram @ThisDandelionLife.To be a guest on the show, fill out this form and I’ll be in touch!https://melsstreamofconsciousness.com/podcast/

Jesuits in North America in the 17th Century, The by Francis Parkman, Jr. (1823 – 1893)

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 80

Parkman has been hailed as one of America’s first great historians and as a master of narrative history. Numerous translations have spread the books around the world. The American writer and literary critic Edmund Wilson (1895-1972) in his book “O Canada” (1965), described Parkman’s France and England in North America in these terms: “The clarity, the momentum and the color of the first volumes of Parkman’s narrative are among the most brilliant achievements of the writing of history as an art.” Parkman’s biases, particularly his attitudes about nationality, race, and especially Native Americans, has generated criticism. The Canadian historian W. J. Eccles harshly criticized what he perceived as Parkman’s bias against France and Roman Catholic policies, as well as what he considered Parkman’s misuse of French language sources. However, Parkman’s most severe detractor was the American historian Francis Jennings, an outspoken and controversial critic of the European colonization of North America, who went so far as to characterize Parkman’s work as “fiction” and Parkman himself as a “liar”. Unlike Jennings and Eccles, many modern historians have found much to praise in Parkman’s work even while recognizing his limitations. Calling Jennings’ critique “vitriolic and unfair,” the historian Robert S. Allen has said that Parkman’s history of France and England in North America “remains a rich mixture of history and literature which few contemporary scholars can hope to emulate”. The historian Michael N. McConnell, while acknowledging the historical errors and racial prejudice in Parkman’s book The Conspiracy of Pontiac, has said: “…it would be easy to dismiss Pontiac as a curious perhaps embarrassing artifact of another time and place. Yet Parkman’s work represents a pioneering effort; in several ways he anticipated the kind of frontier history now taken for granted…. Parkman’s masterful and evocative use of language remains his most enduring and instructive legacy.” (Summary adapted from Wikipedia by Karen Merline) Part 1: Pioneers of France in the New World Part 2: The Jesuits in North America in the 17th Century Part 4: The Old Régime in Canada Part 5: Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV Part 6: Montcalm and Wolfe Part 7: A Half Century of Conflict

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