I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for more podcasts to listen to. I listen while I travel, work, and every other time in between. In my search for more podcasts I wondered if there were any made by and for my community, the community of Mississauga. We are always talking about the importance of supporting local businesses, but what about local creators and artists? I was quite surprised by how many amazing Mississauga-based podcasts I was able to find, and I knew that I just had to share this top 20 list!

Note: Podcasts are separated by category, and not listed in order of preference.


New Brew Podcast

“Keep up with current trends and find out what’s brewing. Every Sunday, join HSSN and USMAN, Mississauga based music artists, as they engage in a laid back style commentary on music, arts, culture and everything in between while enjoying a cup of brew. Episodes will occasionally host guests; such as local artists, influencers and personalities. If you are interested in music, arts or culture or just want to hear some great insights revolving around those topics, this is the podcast for you.”

New Theory Radio

“New Theory Radio is a weekly talk show hosted by local media personality Nav Nanwa, where we focus on the ‘why’ within the world of arts and pop culture. Each week, he’s joined by a panel of guests to ‘theorize’ on the week’s biggest pop culture news/happenings within music, movies, television and media. He also profiles notable creatives pushing the scene forward within Peel and the World. Topics in the past have included minority representation within the arts, classic albums, cancel culture, popular memes, mental health and more.”


Randy Selzer’s Real Estate Podcast

“Real Estate agent provides market updates and insights for Mississauga, Oakville, and Toronto.”


It’s Complicated

“Scott’s blunt honesty is refreshing. Some will like it, some will not, but they will always get the truth. Having a happy, thriving romantic relationship in today’s world is challenging and fostering that relationship despite all of the outside influences (family, friends, work, time commitments, temptation, etc.), is even more difficult. This is why Scott is here to give people hope and demonstrate that their relationships are not always as complicated as they think.”

The Mindset Mentor

“The Mindset Mentor™ podcast is designed for anyone desiring motivation, direction, and focus in life. Host Rob Dial has amassed a passionate following of over 2 million social media followers, including business professionals, entrepreneurs, and small business owners with his expertise and passion for helping motivate people to become the best version of themselves.”


The Growing Season

“The lighter side of landscaping. Jack and Matt McFarland, a father and son duo, chat about horticulture served with a hearty helping of humour. […] The Growing Season: No politics or pulpits, just plants and muddy workboots.”


Brian Crombie Radio Hour

“His vast experience working on Federal, Provincial and Local politics and at the high levels of the business world, Brian gives us a glimpse inside the political war rooms and behind the boardroom doors. A man constantly on the move, Brian easily navigates between issues here in Canada and abroad.”

Media Nation

“Media Nation with Karlene Nation takes a critical look at mainstream media and social media, understanding how both the preceding variables drive the narrative which shapes our worldview. […] Media Nation with Karlene Nation cuts through all the noise and clutter, to penetrate the heart of the matter in news stories.”

Peel Matters

“Peel Matters is an hour long deep dive into everything Peel: from after school programs, to services available to families, to local artists, to policies and issues that affect us on a daily basis.”

The Norm With Norm Murray

“Norm Murray has turned his attention to the people, events, and news from his own backyard – Peel Region. A Mississauga resident, Norm travels to various happenings across the GTA to find out – what IS “The Norm” in Peel? On-air, Norm invites conversation, as he engages in thorough discussion through live interviews.”

The Weekly Show

“As he hosts The Weekly Show, he discusses crucial issues that matter to Peel residents through humour, The Weekly Show’s Power Panel, and in-depth interviews.”


Versatile Vigilante

“Waviest podcast out. Slandering Cornballs. Hosted by Yung Vince aka Uncle Vinny aka Big Polpette. Mississauga/Toronto.” Opinion, personal development, positive messages, solo rants, etc.


View To The U

“We are the Office of the Vice-Principal, Research, at the University of Toronto Mississauga campus. Telling one research story at a time.”


Chewing The Fat

“Jeff Fisher (aka “Jeffy”) from The Glenn Beck Program, Pat & Stu and Pat Gray Unleashed. In each episode of Chewing the Fat, Jeffy covers the daily fat pile, water cooler chit chat, road raging and a new segment called living the American Dream.”


Hosts Rick and Khaled discuss topics in Mississauga and Brampton, such as popular culture, politics, development, food, and sports.

Spaced Out Radio

“Spaced Out Radio is your premiere source for news and views regarding the Paranormal, Supernatural, Cryptozoological, Extraterrestrial, Ufological, Conspiratorial and more.”

Suicide Psalms

“Esqxr, a Toronto and Mississauga based artist, interviews creatives around the GTA. Join him every second Monday for conversations on religion, music, art, culture, food, travel etc.”


Hoops In The 905

“Hoops in the 905 is your weekly dose of basketball news and analysis from a ‘Sauga City perspective. Not only will we take you through the current state of Raptors 905, but we’ll drill down into why Mississauga’s G League Team has become an incubator for NBA talent.”

The Raw Mike Richards Show

“The Boys Are Back in Town! Your favourite sports talk radio hosts have a new home in Mississauga, Ontario.” Various sports.

The Spin

“Sharing the highs and lows from an epic summer of cricket including the World Cup, The Ashes, T20 Blast, and County Championship. Mixing the sheer pace of journalism with the back-of-the-hand variations of comedy and absurdity.”

So next time you are considering a new podcast to listen to on the go or at home, why not consider supporting a local Mississauga creator, and listen to one of these? You can also find a larger selection of Mississauga podcasts on Player FM and Sauga 960.


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