jenna morton and tosh taylor jumping for joy at the hopewell rocks in new brunswick, celebrating a podcast episode all about moving to the moncton area

What to know about moving to Moncton, New Brunswick with kids


So, you’re thinking of moving to Moncton — or anywhere in New Brunswick — and wondering what it’s really going to be like for you & your family? You’ve come to the right place! BOOKMARK…

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Disruptive marketing, Moncton’s hot real estate, & more with Natalie Davison


You’ve heard the news stories. Read the headlines. Seen the out-of-province license plates moving in next door. All across Atlantic Canada real estate is hot, hot, hot! But did you realize it’s been simmering for…

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Understanding menopause with naturopathic doctor Renée Purdy


This one is for the ladies – those of a certain age in particular! We’re talking all things menopause this week, with naturopathic doctor Renée Purdy. She’ll walk us through understanding the hormonal shifts that…

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shebuilds owner donna ferguson and program coordinator chrissy guitard join jenna and tosh on the pickle planet podcast to talk about women in trades in new brunswick

SheBuilds is changing the way women show up in construction in New Brunswick


If you are a New Brunswick woman dreaming about working on a construction site, you need to meet Donna & Chrissy of SheBuilds.

These sisters are turning the world of carpentry for women on its head. SheBuilds combines traditional education, emotional intelligence & self awareness training, and work experience with an end goal of not only breaking down barriers for female tradespeople but also creating more sustainable housing for women in our communities.

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jenna and tosh podcast with petitcodiac riverkeeper ronald babin about why the riverview causeway is closed as of april 5 2021

Petitcodiac Riverkeeper Ronald Babin reflects on why the Riverview causeway will be closed


The next phase of change for the Petitcodiac River begins April 5, when the Riverview causeway will close to be replaced with a steel-girder bridge. (The closure is estimated to last at least six months,…

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ivana fogarty with her book about her grandparents' experiences as Jews in Slovakia during WWII

Riverview teacher Ivana Fogarty publishes book about her grandparents’ story, highlighting the experiences of Jewish people in Slovakia during World War II


This story will give you goosebumps. It’s a tale that weaves together family, history, and serendipity into a journey that captures your imagination and likely educates as well. Ivana Fogarty is a middle school teacher in…

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Reflecting on women’s health services in Greater Moncton on International Women’s Day


Services focusing on women’s health have been scarce in Greater Moncton – but a new private practice is already changing the dynamic in our region. ReConnect Health Centre opened during the pandemic and already boasts more…

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Advocating for a hearing loss child during the pandemic podcast

Advocating for a hearing loss child during the pandemic


Local dad John Gunn joins us to talk about advocating for his elementary-aged son, who has hearing loss, during the pandemic. The Jenna & Tosh Show is a co-production of Pickle Planet Moncton and The Podcast Hub, and…

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being middle age in moncton podcast

Sideparts, skinny jeans, & embracing middle age


If you’re feeling this episode’s title, then we don’t need to say anything else. (And if you don’t know the issue with sideparts & skinny jeans, it’s just the natural fashion trend cycle of the…

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Black History Month in New Brunswick


Georgina Whetsel. Ralph Thomas. Eldridge Eatman. Lily Lynch. These are just a few of the Black New Brunswick trailblazers Damon Levine mentions during our discussion about Black History Month 2021. You have to listen to…

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