On this election campaign special, we discuss one of Canada’s closest races ever -and what you should expect in the days, weeks, and months to come. For episode 5 of Open to Debate, David Moscrop talks with Shannon Proudfoot, a journalist with Maclean’s, about the performances of each party so far, minority and majority parliaments, voter […]
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On September 12, 2019, Canada 2020 held a public event to discuss the challenges facing Canadians ahead of the 2019 federal election. In this episode, you’ll hear a panel discussion covering the issue of foreign interference, and the threat it poses to Canada. Panelists include Richard Fadden, former National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister […]
How can we work together to stop the spread of misinformation? On September 12th, 2019, Canada 2020 held a public event to discuss the spread and impact of misinformation, and the challenges facing Canadians ahead of the 2019 federal election. In this episode you’ll hear a panel discussion with Kate Gibbs, the Executive Director of […]
For years, researchers, activists, and both current and former prisoners have asked “Do we need prisons?” The state of correctional services in Canada and around the world–and the disparity between the theory of corrections and its practice–make this a timely and important question that reflects concerns about justice, equity, dignity, and decency. In episode 3 […]
Climate change is the most significant threat to humankind in recorded history. Despite increasingly alarming warnings that our way of life is unsustainable—and driving us towards potential ruin—we resist the reforms necessary to save ourselves, opting instead for half-measures that seem to be too little, too late. Can we manage the climate crisis?
Democracy has survived ideological challengers, economic disruption, and even war. But can it survive the internet? In this episode, we discuss digital threats, to democratic health–from at home and abroad. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Google Play
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean’s and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss: the House foreign affairs committee’s decision to squash a proposed investigation into alleged pressure by the Prime Minister’s Office to filter comments by former ambassadors over the Canada-China dispute, how the delay of USMCA ratification impacts Canada, and the probability, or lack thereof, of President Trump’s plan to import cheaper pharmaceuticals from Canada to the U.S.
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean’s and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss: Gerald Butts, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s former principal secretary, joins the Liberal campaign team reigniting the SNC-Lavalin controversy, Boris Johnson gets sworn in as the UK’s new leader promising follow-through on Brexit, and former special counsel Robert Mueller testifies before the U.S. judiciary committee about his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.