Miles Corak, professor of economics at the Graduate Center at the City University of New York, joins host Aaron Reynolds to talk about the concept of guaranteed basic income, how it could work in practice, and the benefits and goals of the cancelled Ontario pilot program.
Mike Moffatt is joined by Maryscott Greenwood, a former American diplomat to Canada, to talk Canada – US trade, concerns about Chinese steel, NAFTA and NAFTA alternatives, and looming automotive tariffs.
Aaron Reynolds and Alex Paterson are joined by Sarah Goldfeder and Josh McJannett to talk about the week that just ended. Topics include diplomacy by tweet, Space Force and Canada’s place in space innovation, and Buck-a-Beer backlash. Plus, we play the tweet game.
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by Mike Moffatt, Aaron Reynolds, and Alex Paterson in the Canada 2020 studio to wrap up the week. Topics include Ontario News Now and comparisons to the CBC, and the Liberal government’s track record on gay rights issues. Plus, Alex, Mike, and Aaron face off in the tweet game.
Solomon Friedman, criminal lawyer and co-author of the only textbook on Canadian gun law, joins Aaron Reynolds to demystify the regulations around buying, keeping, transporting, and using firearms in Canada.
Join Mike Moffatt for the second half of his conversation with Justin Wolfers, Heather Boushey, and Jen Robson about policy responses to inequality. Recorded live at the 5th Annual Canada 2020 Conference on June 5th, 2018.
Mike Moffatt and Aaron Reynolds join host Sarah Turnbull in the Canada 2020 studio to summarize the week that was. Topics include what Canadians are most afraid of; tweets about handguns, bears, and selfdefence; and something that has been making Mike angry since 1989. Plus, Mike and Aaron face off in the Twitter trivia game.