Northwest By Night
Ronning’s Hidden Garden

Ronning’s Hidden Garden

January 22, 2020

Surrounded by west coast wilderness, Ronning's Garden was lost for years until its discovering the 1990s. Today on Northwest By Night, we'll explore a bit of its history and beauty.  

Mr. Goodwin’s Final Hours

Mr. Goodwin’s Final Hours

January 14, 2020

Coal mining, labor unrest, a fugitive on the run from the law, and a man left dead in the wilderness: today on Northwest by Night, I'm going to talk about the life and death of Ginger Goodwin.

The Earliest Days of Hollywood North

The Earliest Days of Hollywood North

January 8, 2020

From X-Files and MacGyver to Deadpool and Supernatural, there have been hundreds of television shows and movies made in British Columbia, but what when did it start? Join me as we take a closer look at the first movies ever filmed in BC. 

Vancouver Shark Attacks

Vancouver Shark Attacks

December 17, 2019

When you think of a country where shark attacks occur, you probably don't think of Canada, but in the early 20th century, Vancouver was the site of, not one, but TWO separate shark attacks. Weird, right?

Cougar Annie

Cougar Annie

December 10, 2019

Today we take a short peek at the adventurous life of Cougar Annie -- hunter, trapper, gardener, postmistress, and apparently not afraid of anything.

The Wendigo

The Wendigo

December 3, 2019

During the cruel winter of 1878, a gruesome event in Northern Alberta forced Canada's newly-formed Northwest Mounted Police to face a terrible, ancient monster. Today, we chat about the cannibalistic wendigo, its signifigance in the clash between cultures, and how it helped shaped Canadian law.  

The Scrumptious Nanaimo Bar

The Scrumptious Nanaimo Bar

November 26, 2019

This week, let's take a culinary journey into the history and charm of a particularly West Coast dessert: the Nanaimo Bar. 

The Cat and the Karluk

The Cat and the Karluk

November 19, 2019

Today, we head north to follow a story of starvation, heartache, horror, and the toughest cat you'll ever meet in all of Canadian history. 

Cadborosaurus

Cadborosaurus

November 12, 2019

When I heard something unexplained was living in the waters of the Pacific Northwest, suddenly every dogfish carcass, skate spine and crab claw became a possible sea monster. On this episode of Northwest By Night, let's talk about Cadborosaurus!

The Cannon Beach Bandage Man

The Cannon Beach Bandage Man

November 5, 2019

Beautiful Cannon Beach, Oregon, has many wonderful sights to delight and amaze, but none are quite as quirky or spooky as Bandage Man. Learn more about this ghost on today's episode of Northwest by Night.