20 Best Canadian Mystery Podcasts of 2022

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

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Tom Brown’s Body

  • Publisher: Texas Monthly
  • Total Episodes: 16

In 2016, a popular high school senior mysteriously disappeared on the night before Thanksgiving. His remains were found two years later. What happened to Tom Brown in the small town of Canadian, Texas that night? It seems everyone in town’s become a suspect, including Tom’s family, friends, the local sheriff, and a high-flying private investigator. Acclaimed writer Skip Hollandsworth digs into the mystery that’s torn this town apart in this eight-part true crime podcast series.

From the Texas Monthly team behind “Boomtown”—a popular eleven-part podcast series about the culture and economy of the West Texas oil fields—“Tom Brown’s Body” launches September 29 and is the first narrative podcast series from Hollandsworth.

The Tax Chick Podcast

  • Publisher: Amanda Doucette
  • Total Episodes: 28

Tax is complex, but it does not always have to be so complicated and shrouded in mystery. Host Amanda Doucette is a self-proclaimed foodie, spin class and Pilates enthusiast, and a tax lawyer. She fell into the practice of tax law despite having a life-long hatred of spreadsheets, math and numbers in general. Join Amanda and her guests as they unpack some serious Canadian tax topics and attempt to demystify the world of tax.

Maple Moose Mysteries

  • Publisher: Maple Moose Mysteries
  • Total Episodes: 25

Hello and welcome to Maple Moose Mysteries! Each week we take a look at a different unsolved mystery or crime that takes place in Canada. Whether it be a unexplained event or a notorious case, we will examine the story, the theories that surround it, and why it remains unsolved to this day. Join me as we explore a more obscure side of Canadian history and help unleash your inner detective!

Mystery Canucks

  • Publisher: Mystery Canucks
  • Total Episodes: 11

We are the Mystery Canucks – a team of Canadian idiots who love all things mysterious! Join us as we investigate the bizarre, the unsolved, the macabre, the paranormal, the extraterrestrial, and yes, even… THE MYSTERIOUS!

Someone Stole Something

  • Publisher: Apollo Studios
  • Total Episodes: 7

A 6-part serialized mocu-mystery podcast that parodies the True Crime genre. We follow married couple Ira and Julia Leiser, (Matt Baram and Naomi Snieckus) new residents of a fictional Canadian cottage town. When three of their patio chairs go missing, they embark on an investigative journalism quest to uncover the truth about where they went. The couple are compelled to ask their lake neighbours some pretty uncomfortable questions and as accusations fly in every possible direction, it’s not long before they turn on the last possible suspects; each other.

Nowhere, On Air

  • Publisher: Jess Syratt
  • Total Episodes: 37

Semi-late night community radio broadcasts from a strange little town in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta (aka, not just the middle of nowhere, but nowhere itself). Nothing ever happens here. Certainly nothing weird. Why would you even suggest that? If you like mysteries, conspiracies, the absurd, and Canadians, Braedon, Alberta might be the place for you! New episode every 10th and 21st. Listen close. Don’t wander off. It’s a long way to get where you’re going. Especially out here.

Soaked In Seaweed and 7 other nonsense novels by Stephen Leacock (1869 – 1944)

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 16

8 great spoofs of ‘types’ of fiction by the premier Canadian humorist Leacock, taken from his book Nonsense Novels. The title of each parody gives away its genre: Soaked in Seaweed or, Upset in the Ocean; Maddened by Mystery: or, The Defective Detective; “Q.” A Psychic Pstory of the Psupernatural; Guido the Gimlet of Ghent: A Romance of Chivalry; The Man in Asbestos: an Allegory of the Future; Sorrows of a Super Soul: or, The Memoirs of Marie Mushenough; A Hero in Homespun: or, The Life Struggle of Hezekiah Hayloft and Caroline’s Christmas: or, The Inexplicable Infant. If you enjoy take offs and parodies, the stories in this collection are for you. See how many types you recognize as you listen and laugh. (Summary by phil chenevert)

Bag of Milk Podcast

  • Publisher: Bag of Milk Podcast
  • Total Episodes: 20

A 30-minute(ish) podcast where Faiyaz and Will shed light on the Canadian perspective through offbeat segments touching on pop culture and brushes with Canada’s mysterious quirks (like the bag of milk). It’s a podcast as much for non-Canadian listeners as it is for Canadians. Sorry. #canada #popculture #sorry #earworms #ontario #orlando #milk #comedy #tv #film #interviews #banter Support this podcast:

The Canadian Orthodox

  • Publisher: Tim Harder
  • Total Episodes: 7

A show devoted to the exploration of the Christian Faith in all of its mystery and diversity within the unique intersections of the Canadian context. Apple Podcasts: Spotify:

So Much Crime, So Little Time

  • Publisher: Sandra Hong
  • Total Episodes: 3

A podcast about mysteries, murders, and all things true crime adjacent. Hosted by Sandra Hong, a Canadian amateur true crime enthusiast.

Pining for Penny

  • Publisher: Heather & Emily
  • Total Episodes: 11

This is the one and only fan podcast exclusively for the Three Pines Armand Gamache series by Louise Penny. For fans of the series or those who are simply investigators at heart who love murder mysteries, join us each episode as we summarize the chapters, discuss and eat delicious French Canadian foods from the book, and (attempt) to speak French.

God’s Country—And the Woman by James Oliver Curwood (1878 – 1927)

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 54

James Curwood wrote many adventures of the far north. By 1909 he had saved enough money to travel to the Canadian northwest, a trip that provided the inspiration for his wilderness adventure stories. The success of his novels afforded him the opportunity to return to the Yukon and Alaska for several months each year, which allowed him to write more than thirty such books.The Canadian North is often referred to as “God’s Country” God’s Country is a tale of adventure, mystery and romance!

Rethink The Couch

  • Publisher: Allison Heiliczer
  • Total Episodes: 4

Rethink The Couch is a podcast where Allison Heiliczer, American psychotherapist living in Hong Kong, and Heather Thorkelson, Canadian business coach living in Sweden, navigate the inner dialogues that expats most commonly grapple with. Why “Rethink The Couch?” Because we believe conversations about mental health should be accessible to all and that there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to navigating the challenges of being human in a complicated world. Our podcast explores the mysterious, psychological layers of what it means to be an expat – our experiences, narratives, challenges, and ultimately, identities.

Right of Way, The by Gilbert Parker (1862 – 1932)

  • Publisher: LibriVox
  • Total Episodes: 38

Charley Steele is a successful and brilliant Canadian lawyer. He has a nagging wife, Kathleen, and a lazy brother-in-law, Billy. In spite of his success, he is disillusioned with his life, drinks too much, and is deeply troubled by his agnosticism which leads to trouble and confusion. When Billy embezzles money, Charley discovers the theft and sets out to make things right. Charley however, ends up in a waterfront saloon where he encounters a barroom brawl and becomes unconscious. Charley loses his memory and ends up in the Canadian Northwoods where he falls in love with a pretty postmistress, Rosalie. He finds he is perfectly content with his “new” life but when his memory returns, he is deeply disturbed by his past and ponders whether to return to his old life to make amends. Mystery, romance, and intrigue are interwoven throughout the novel. The Right of Way was made into movies in 1915, 1920, and 1931. (Summary by Tom Weiss)

How A Boot That Eh?

  • Publisher: sir meep
  • Total Episodes: 18

In this enthralling new podcast the man of mystery known as Baldeagle69 takes on all thangs Canadian eh. From discussing news to srereotypes, this podcast has it all. It may even have a few memes sprinkled in. Part of the Phenomena Nations Podcast Network.

Tryana Progressive Rock Podcast

  • Publisher: Tryana production Studio
  • Total Episodes: 1

Podcast dedicated to the art of Progressive Rock, this Canadian Band Mystery has really impressed me..

Life in a Small French Village

  • Publisher: Jill Culiner
  • Total Episodes: 39

Born in New York, raised in Toronto, Jill Culiner has lived in several cars, one closet, a Hungarian mud house, a Bavarian castle, a Turkish cave dwelling, in a haunted house on the English moors, in the Sahara desert, on a Greek island, in several French villages and has worked as a go-go girl, belly dancer, fortune teller, translator, newspaper deliverer, radio broadcaster, contemporary artist, photographer, actress and writer. She has written two mysteries, Sad Summer in Biarritz, and Death by Slanderous Tongue. Her other books are: Finding Home In the Footsteps of the Jewish Fusgeyers, winner of the Tannenbaum Award for Canadian Jewish History; Félix et moi: à la recherche du patrimoine; a photography book, Sans s’abolir pourtant; and four romances. She now resides in a 400-year-old former inn in a French village of no real interest. Much to everyone’s dismay, she protects all living creatures–especially spiders–and her wild (or wildlife) garden is a classified butterfly and bird reserve.

The ‘X’ Zone Radio/TV Show

  • Publisher: The ‘X’ Zone Broadcast Network
  • Total Episodes: 12657

Welcome to The ‘X’ Zone Radio Show…. a place where Fact is Fiction and Fiction is Reality where Canadian broadcaster and media personality, the host, creator and executive producer, Rob McConnell has been at the helm of this Internationally syndicated terrestrial radio and satellite programming since 1990 and broadcasting/producing TV programming, commercials, and specials since 1981.

Topics that are discussed with those that Rob interviews from around the world include:

11:11, 2012, 666: The Number Of The Beast, 9/11, Alien Abduction, Aliens, Angels, Apocalypse, Astrology, Atlantis, The Bible, Chinese Astrology, Conspiracy Theories, Cosmology, Crop Circles, Cryptozoology, Crystals, Demonology, Dreams And Dream Interpretation, Electronic Voice Phenomena, End Times, End-Time Prophecies, ESP, Exorcism, Extraterrestrial Communication, Fairies, Forbidden Knowledge, Ghosts, Government Cover-ups, Hauntings, Herbalism, Kennedy Assassination, Kirlian Photography, Life After Death, Lost Tribes And Civilizations, Mind Over Matter, Near-Death Experience, Nostradamus, Numerology, Occult, Ouija Boards, Palmistry, Paranormal Hoaxes And Frauds, Paranormal, Parapsychology, Past Life Regression, Precognition, PSI, Psychic Phenomena, Psychic Phenomenon, Psychic Surgery, Raelians, Reincarnation, Remote Viewing, Sacred Geometry, Science Fiction, Séances, Shadow People, Shamanism, Spiritualists, Tarot Cards, The Apocalypse, The Bermuda Triangle, The Dalai Lama, The Dead Sea Scrolls, The Michigan Triangle, Time Travel, UFO Crashes, UFOs, Unsolved Mysteries, Vile Vortices, VooDoo, Wicca, Zombies and much more!

For more information on The ‘X’ Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell, visit and to find out when you can listen to The ‘X’ Zone Radio Show, visit

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Dare to believe, Dare to be heard, in The ‘X’ Zone with Rob McConnell.

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Theatre 10:30

  • Publisher: Entertainment Radio
  • Total Episodes: 8

Theatre 10:30 was a Canadian Old Time Radio show. The date of the broadcast for the episodes is generally unknown. The shows are in the genres of horror, fantasy and mystery. It was a production of CBC Radio.


  • Publisher: NCCM
  • Total Episodes: 1

Armed agents got out of their vehicles and approached the El Bahnasawy family van in a New Jersey hotel parking lot. The men reached inside and pulled out the family’s youngest member: 18-year-old Abdulrahman. The El Bahnasawys looked on in stunned confusion as their family vacation turned into a nightmare. Before they knew it, Abdulrahman was handcuffed, taken away, and slapped with seven counts of terrorism related charged. He is now serving out a 40-year sentence in a maximum-security U.S. prison. To Steven Zhou, a journalist, and Sameha Omer, a seasoned lawyer, Abdulrahman’s tragic trajectory involves tough, unexamined questions. Suffering from a lifetime of mental illness, Abdulrahman found himself online with the wrong crowd, then trapped in the unforgiving web of post-9/11 national security. Who is Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy? Is he a terrorist mastermind? Or a disturbed teenager cruelly entrapped by Islamophobic law enforcement agents in both Canada and the United States? This is the human story behind the machinations of post-9/11 counterterrorism. From the National Council of Canadian Muslims, this is Con(sealed)—a podcast, story, and mystery in five parts.

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