Join hosts Lyndon Froese and Matt Kennedy in conversation with the makers, doers and storytellers who call Lake of the Woods home.
#7: Teika Newton – environmentalist
Teika Newton of Climate Action Network Canada comes by the studio to talk to us about how global warming has already been changing life on Lake of the Woods. Naturally, we also get into the merits of keeping the human species alive.
#6: Richard Inman – country singer-songwriter
The Brew Co is sponsoring Richard's forthcoming album. And, he's doing two shows this coming weekend in Kenora, June 28 and 29. The show on the 29th is in the tap room on the Brew Co's BEER-thday. Richard stopped by the studio to tell stories from the road and talk about his new album.
#5: Karla Treadway – MVMNT Yoga and Fitness Studio founder
MVMNT Studio founder Karla Treadway stops by to chat about starting a business in Kenora, her wintry boat commute and her doppelganger.
#4: Braden Murray – Kenora and LOTW historian
Braden Murray of the Lake of the Woods Museum regales us with tales of Kenora and Lake of the Woods' wild days of the past.
#3: Sharalei Cunningham – Black Oven pizza maker
If you've been to events on the northern shores of Lake of the Woods in the past few years, you'll know Black Oven. Owner and pizza-maker Sharalei sits down with Lyndon and Matt to talk about what it's like to start a business in the region and, of course, her secrets to making amazing pizza.
#2: Melissa Jean – Lake of the Woods painter
Melissa's "idealism" lake scenes are in public and private collections worldwide, and in galleries across Canada. She sits down with Matt and Lyndon to talk about life as an artist in Kenora.