Our History, Our Stories

Bonfyre Quebec Podcasts

Bonfyre Podcasts brings together the best local podcasts and audio stories from Gaspé, The Gaspésian Way, and the Magdalen Islands. Produced locally and telling the stories of our history through to today, you can listen to our podcasts here or download them wherever you get your favourite podcasts for listening on the go.

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Gaspesian Voices: Daniel Côté

Gaspesian Voices: Daniel Côté A conversation with Daniel Côté, Mayor of Gaspé, Prefect of the Côte-de-Gaspé MRC, President of the Quebec Union of Municipalities, and

Gaspesian Voices: Turas with Mary Robertson

Turas with Mary Robertson Mary Robertson, from Cascapedia St-Jules, discusses a new women’s health and wellness initiative called “Turas” which will be offered throughout the

Gaspesian Voices: Martha Patterson

Gaspesian Voices: Martha Patterson Fort Haldimand Camp has provided generation of Gaspesian kids with a lifetime of summertime memories. Martha Patterson is part of a

Gaspesian Voices: Gilles Gagné

Gaspesian Voices: Gilles Gagné A wide ranging interview with long-time Gaspé Spec news editor, Gilles Gagné, in which we discuss how the Gaspé Coast, and

Gaspesian Voices: Jeff Patterson

Gaspesian Voices: Jeff Patterson Gaspé’s Jeff Patterson is one of the instigators of the Facebook group, Wakeham-York History Club, which has proven to be a

Gaspesian Voices: Nadia Brodeur

Gaspesian Voices: Nadia Brodeur Nadia Brodeur has recently been appointed President of the board ofdirectors of the Birthplace of Canada’s Corporation (Corporation duBerceau du Canada).

Gaspesian Voices: Walter Willett

Gaspesian Voices: Walter Willett Walter Willett is a New Richmond born author-historian. In this episode we discuss his youth on the Gaspé Coast, his years

Raise a Glass of Gaspé.

Discussion with O’Dwyer Distillery co-founder Michael Briand. Podcast by Vision Gaspé-Percé Now

Where Was Home?

In this episode, part of the Gaspé Speaks podcast series, we take a look at some of the towns and regions that saw sons and

They Came From Ireland

Featuring well-known Gaspé area historian Fabien Sinnett, the first episode in the Gaspé Speaks Podcast Series explores some of the stories surrounding early Irish immigration

On Mindfulness and Other Matters

In this fifth episode of the Gaspé Speaks podcast series, we feature a discussion with Dr. Megan McCallum, clinical psychologist, on an array of topics

Gaspesian Voices: Nash Stanley

A short discussion with Gaspé Coast artist Nash Stanley recorded at Barachois on July 22 2022 as he hit the stage with the band The

It’s an Irish Thing.

Cascapedia St-Jules’ Mary Robertson and Douglastown’s Casey Kennedy shares some reflections and insights into what being descendants of Irish immigrants means to them. Podcast by

Gaspé Speaks Podcast

Gaspé Speaks

The Gaspé Speaks Podcast includes episodes on topics of interest to the English-speaking residents of the Gaspé and Magdalen Islands region, including history, arts, community


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