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20 Best Canadian Running Podcasts of 2022

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

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

The Shakeout Podcast

  • Publisher: Canadian Running Magazine, Anna McNuff, Andrea Seccafien
  • Total Episodes: 282

Stories, interviews and discussions about the running world, from the editors of Canadian Running magazine.

Women Run Canada

  • Publisher: Kirsten Parker
  • Total Episodes: 115

Women Run Canada is a podcast that celebrates Canadian women runners from all walks of life and the community we create within this fantastic sport. Hosted by Kirsten Parker, this show is the perfect partner to get you inspired, laughing and best of all, gets you out running this beautiful country we call home.

OFX Podcast

  • Publisher: Dave Claxton, Bethany McChesney
  • Total Episodes: 69

Finally the Canadian Spartan Pro Bethany McChesney has joined the podcast game. She and co-host Dave Claxton will explore the realms of OCR, Hybrid racing (Hyrox, Dekafit, RX1), Crossfit and even some good old fashioned running. She is the expert, and he is the weekend warrior. Tune in weekly to the OFX Podcast to get both perspectives.

Some Dumb Gaijin – with JJ Walters

  • Publisher: JJ Walters
  • Total Episodes: 38

JJ Walters is a Canadian stand up comedian and Japanese manzai comedian in Tokyo Japan, he is living the life and downing the sake! Being on Japanese TV, eating naked sushi, running wild with the wrong kind of guys….. This his podcast and comedy journey from the top of Japan’s comedy world to the top of the west!

DO YOU with Brianne Hogan

  • Publisher: brianne hogan
  • Total Episodes: 22

Welcome to DO YOU – an empowering space for those who want to DO life LESS conventionally, and a lot more authentically.

Join Canadian writer and author and self-described “mystical goofball” Brianne Hogan (Washington Post, BuzzFeed, Elle, BBC, HelloGiggles, etc), for hilarious, inspiring, and cosmically conscious conversations with amazing guests, diving deep into topics like wellness, spirituality, relationships, entertainment, and entrepreneurship.

What does it mean to DO YOU in a world that asks us to conform and play small? And how does one pursue a life that reflects their TRUE essence? What does that look like? And how do we DO it?

Through Brianne’s own story as well as in-depth interviews with various voices, DO YOU explores what it means to DO life as truthfully and creatively as possible. You will hear stories from people who continue to live out their dreams and follow their hearts despite setbacks, obstacles, and a world that often shames us for living our truth.

For all the late bloomers, black sheep, and wildflowers who think they’re running behind or doubt their own journey yet long to live a life aligned with their soul, this is a place for you. Get ready for some heart-centered and honest chats, and lots of laughs.

Follow Brianne on Instagram @briehogan and the podcast @doyoupod

You Too with Mike Bullard

  • Publisher: You Too with Mike Bullard
  • Total Episodes: 19

Mike Bullard accomplished something no other Canadian had before: hosted Canada’s first truly successful nightly talk show. Running for six unprecedented seasons, “Open Mike” (1997), was one of the longest running late-night talk shows in North America. The Gemini award-winning series was the most-watched late-night talk show in Canada’s largest market, comparable in popularity and success to late-night heavyweights Letterman and Leno.

The Push with Kelly Butler

  • Publisher: Kelly Butler
  • Total Episodes: 70

The Push hosted by Kelly Butler – a former professional athlete, American turned Canadian and now a community leader with a successful charity – Playing 4 a Purpose, which helps disadvantaged youth through the power of sports in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Kelly’s unique journey from the murder of his parents, to making the NFL, to losing everything to a fire, Kelly has pushed through adversity and has come out the other side. Kelly will talk about what it’s like being a pro athlete, Black Lives Matter, mental illness and more all while running a charity in 2020. New episodes every Tuesday morning.

Starting with One

  • Publisher: Robin Bailey
  • Total Episodes: 30

Business partners Al & Robin relate countless stories that started with either one phone call, one conversation, or one meeting. With each episode they will be exploring topics that matter to you. Their goal is to provide interesting, relevant information on Canadian Healthcare, Financial & Estate Planning and Running a Business, tailored towards both business owners and HR leaders. ​ “We enhance the lives of many, and it all starts with one…”

The Panic Pod

  • Publisher: Joshua Fletcher
  • Total Episodes: 39

Joshua is the author of best-selling books on anxiety, a previous sufferer and a qualified psychotherapist. Co-hosted by Canadian singer, producer, and amateur linguist Ella Jean, The Panic Pod is a discussion-based podcast offering bite-sized practical advice on managing anxiety. It is also an opportunity to illuminate what medical and academic spheres know about anxiety to discuss it in a way that you can take to the pub. Joshua is a fully qualified Psychotherapist and runs a private counselling practice based in Manchester called The Panic Room. [email protected]

A Canadian Celiac Podcast

  • Publisher: Sue Jennett: gluten free baker and podcaster
  • Total Episodes: 216

A Canadian Celiac Podcast will explore information, research, lifestyle issues and personal stories of individuals who have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity. The host, Sue Jennett has access to some of the prominent minds and personalities in the celiac/gluten free community in Canada. You will learn about new initiatives of the Canadian Celiac Association and how they can benefit you. Sue counts more than 20 years since both she and her daughter have been diagnosed with celiac disease. During that time, she has operated a gluten free bakery, run a celiac kids camp, and is currently producing and hosting a gluten free baking show on cable TV in Ontario. Join Sue’s weekly conversations, as she delves into all things celiac and gluten free.

RadioLabourCanada

RadioLabour, the long running Canadian-based international labour news program, partners with rabble to produce a weekly Canadian edition. The program is available every Friday afternoon exclusively on rabble.ca.

RCI | English : The Nagorno-Karabakh Knot

  • Publisher: RCI | English
  • Total Episodes: 5

Welcome to the Nagorno-Karabakh Knot podcast series by Radio Canada International. This podcast series examines the roots of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, its impact on the Armenian and Azerbaijani societies as well as the larger region, and ways of resolving it. As part of this series, Radio Canada International spoke with Canadian, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Russian and Turkish experts and journalists to get insights into the longest running and bloodiest conflict to emerge from the ruins of the former Soviet Union. While thanks to another Russian-brokered ceasefire the latest bout of fighting has stopped for now, the conflict is far from over and the prospect of peace between Armenians and Azerbaijanis appears as uncertain as ever. This latest war has created new facts on the ground for Armenians and Azerbaijanis, new victors and vanquished, and has opened new wounds while the old ones have yet to heal. There are also new players with boots on the ground – Russia and Turkey. However, their strategic rivalry in the region adds new strands to the fiendishly complex knot of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

Backyard History

  • Publisher: Andrew MacLean
  • Total Episodes: 22

The hidden stories that happened in your own backyard. Podcast for Andrew MacLean‘s weekly history column running in newspapers across The Canadian Maritimes. website: backyardhistory.ca email: [email protected] facebook: @backyard.history1

Expanding The Horizon

  • Publisher: Horizon Podcast
  • Total Episodes: 3

Expanding The Horizon is a podcast in partnership with Horizon Track with the goal of shining a light upon the North American running scene. The focus is to acknowledge the grind and success within Canadian Track and Field and share what goes on behind the curtains in athletes running careers.

Canadian Club of Toronto

  • Publisher: Canadian Club of Toronto
  • Total Episodes: 467

The Canadian Club addresses routinely generate national coverage across multiple platforms. In addition to reported media coverage and our in-person audience of several hundred people, we make our programming accessible to all Canadians through broadcasts on cable television and webcasts, available online. Events run between September and June in downtown Toronto. As an independent, non-profit organization, we make all our events open to the public. Tickets can be purchased online or through our office at 416-364-5590.

Bevel: Canadian Interiors Conversations

  • Publisher: Peter Sobchak
  • Total Episodes: 13

Bevel is a place where we step away from the photographs and talk with industry leaders and thinkers about interesting ideas and issues facing the design world today. Bevel is the podcast extension of Canadian Interiors, the longest running interior design magazine in Canada, published since 1964.

Keep It Running Podcast

  • Publisher: Laura Dickinson and Courtney Hufsmith
  • Total Episodes: 10

🇨🇦 Stories from some of the best Canadian athletes competing in university sport 👟 Keep It Running is a weekly podcast hosted by university athletes, for university athletes and alumni. Each Friday, hosts Courtney Hufsmith (University of Saskatchewan) and Laura Dickinson (Syracuse University) have a conversation with a fellow varsity athlete. They talk training, balancing school and sports, and how they are staying connected to the track through the Pandemic. Hufsmith and Dickinson met at the World University Games in Italy, where both were competing for Canada. There, they decided to start a podcast. You can watch the podcast live on IGTV each Friday. Be sure to follow the Keep It Running Podcast Instagram for updates on each week’s guest and streaming time: https://www.instagram.com/keepitrunningpodcast A part of The XC Podcast Network

My side of the Crystal Ball

  • Publisher: My side of the Crystal Ball
  • Total Episodes: 16

Welcome to My side of the Crystal Ball Podcast! This podcast is hosted by Canadian Psychic Robert Lindsy Milne. The goal of starting this show is to combine old wisdom with new perspectives. We hope to create a space where people can let their curiosity run wild, while giving an opportunity to connect to like-minded people. The format of the podcast will give a chance for Robert to teach with the “What Would Robert Say” segment which transitions into an opportunity to learn with “The Expert’s Chair” segment, followed by the last segment of the show is called “The Main Event”.

Radioactive

  • Publisher: Tablet Magazine
  • Total Episodes: 9

Before CNN and Fox News, before shock jocks and powerful pundits, there was Father Charles Coughlin, an ambitious priest who invented political talk radio as we know it, brought down one president and crowned another, and was himself at one point considered the most powerful man in America. He was also a rabid anti-Semite who wrote fan mail to Mussolini and cheered on Hitler, and who used his enormous platform to rail against the cunning international bankers who robbed decent, Christian Americans of their hard-earned dollars. This limited-run podcast, hosted by Detroit journalist Andrew Lapin and produced by Tablet Studios, weaves together archival materials and dramatic recreations as well as interviews with radio hosts, historians, and others to tell the story of Father Coughlin’s rise from humble beginnings in a sleepy Canadian town to the pinnacle of influence, a cautionary tale, very much still relevant today, of how an unscrupulous bigot can manipulate mass media to spread hate and gather much too much political power.

Flourishing Founders

  • Publisher: Ashley Dearing – Dearing Media
  • Total Episodes: 11

Welcome To The Flourishing Founders Podcast! Where we interview Atlantic Canadian business owners, entrepreneurs & influencers, navigating running their business, keeping up with their brand, trying to stay authentic to themselves and keeping their sanity in such a fast pace environment. It’s having conversations with those who inspire me and can inspire my audience to not only dream big, but take a leap of faith towards that vision.

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