Canada Road Safety Week



Our safety expert Brad Schlorff, retired Staff Sergeant with the OPP, talks to us about Canada Road Safety Week and the unfortunate boating fatalities that took place recently.

Buck Martinez talks fishing and baseball
Buck Martinez, former Major League Baseball catcher/manager and current television play-by-play announcer/broadcaster for the Toronto Blue Jays will join me. Buck and I will discuss our shared passion for fishing, how Buck has been coping with the pandemic since the shutdown, and thoughts on the possibility of Major League Baseball returning soon.

Reopening Ontario Provincial Parks
Back in March, the government made the decision to shut-down Ontario Parks to protect visitors and park staff during the Covid-19 pandemic. This week provincial parks and conservation reserves in Ontario re-opened to the public, for limited recreational use. Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, Honorable Jeff Yurek, will join us to discuss the decision to reopen Ontario provincial parks, what activities are allowed, and the new procedures being put in place to protect visitors and staff.

Black Angus Blue Mountain
Black Angus Blue Mountain is a high-quality butcher shop that specializes in AAA dry-aged black Angus beef, organic and naturally raised chicken, Berkshire pork, wild boar, bison and many more fresh and frozen game meats. Founded in 2005 by owner-operator Sean Kelly, Black Angus Fine Meats & Game has flourished for over a decade, and they are now a small company made up of devout foodies who are passionate about excellent ingredients.

Mystery Guest Darryl Choronzey
Darryl Choronzey is the former host of the popular TV series ‘Going Fishing’, and the editor of Ontario Fisherman magazine. Darryl was our mystery guest on our Fish’n Canada Live stream yesterday and we are going to continue that conversation today, sharing fishing stories and talking about issues with the Atlantic Salmon program being cut back amid this pandemic.

Lyme Disease awareness month
May is Lyme Disease awareness month and diagnosis can be even more complicated this year, as symptoms for COVID-19 can present themselves in the same way. Researchers at Queen’s University in Kingston have launched a new anonymous online survey to help better understand tick-borne diseases and eliminate misdiagnosis. Principal Investigator, Emilie Norris-Roozmon, from the Biology department at Queen’s University will join us with more details.

Umbrella rigs for Smallies and Pike
Gord Pyzer is the award winning columnist and fishing editor for Outdoor Canada magazine, the best coast to coast hunting, fishing and outdoors magazine in the country. This week the Doc talks about umbrella rigs for Smallies and Pike and his tense encounter with a mama bear!

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