Juliette Nunes is a multimedia broadcaster. Initially, she became known for her radio work. She currently works as a radio host for the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group. Every evening, listeners are drawn to her as the host of “The Juliette and Raj Show.”

Born and raised in Mississauga, Ontario, Juliette attended Sir Wilfred Laurier University, later accepting a spot at Seneca College in York University’s Journalism Broadcasting program. Beginning her radio career as an intern at CHUM FM in Toronto, Juliette fell in love with morning radio. Juliette’s career blossomed after she accepted a position as the weekend host on 101.3 The River in Prince George, British Columbia, later becoming the midday host, morning show fill-in, and music director. Her love of tourism branched into a community-based TV segment when she began shooting “Community Closeup” for CKPG TV, again in Prince George. Currently, Juliette lives in Edmonton, Alberta, where she hosts a weekend morning and an evening show.

If you follow Juliette on social media, you know she loves to cook — growing up Portuguese will do that. What you may not realize is that all her recipes are vegan! She is also a music lover through and through; her music collection will surprise you. She believes you should always be adventuring, whether that means travelling the world or checking out the new coffee shop down the street. Juliette enjoys exploring, and radio has given her the opportunity to do just that.

Juliette is very passionate about health and wellness. She is a certified, practising yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for five years. Her passion for broadcasting and sport landed her with the WHL, hosting for the Prince George Cougars. While working for the WHL, she was offered roles with Hockey Canada on multiple tournaments.

Juliette is passionate about media and looks forward to sharing her passions with you.

Words to live by:

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. – Maya Angelou