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Dedicated to the issues that matter to Ontarians with the leaders who make the decisions. Hosted by veteran journalist Alan Carter, it’s the place where newsmakers and influencers come to tell their stories. Cheeky and a little daring, it’s a podcast that promises to never ask how often you floss.

Dedicated to the issues that matter to Ontarians with the leaders who make the decisions. Hosted by veteran journalist Alan Carter, it’s the place where newsmakers and influencers come to tell their stories. Cheeky and a little daring, it’s a podcast that promises to never ask how often you floss.

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Canada

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Dedicated to the issues that matter to Ontarians with the leaders who make the decisions. Hosted by veteran journalist Alan Carter, it’s the place where newsmakers and influencers come to tell their stories. Cheeky and a little daring, it’s a podcast that promises to never ask how often you floss.

Twitter:

@am640

Language:

English


Episodes

Aboriginal Title and Right to Land

9/26/2022
Truth and Reconciliation Day is an opportunity to listen and learn. The Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta has created an incredible 12-lesson course that explores the histories and contemporary perspectives of Indigenous peoples living in Canada. Today, we’re going to give you a snapshot of this course, and play some of the lessons here on the radio. Right now, we’re going to explore key concepts of case law associated with Aboriginal rights to land and resources. And,...

Duration:00:06:23

Indigenous Teaching and Learning

9/26/2022
Truth and Reconciliation Day is an opportunity to listen and learn. The Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta has created an incredible 12-lesson course that explores the histories and contemporary perspectives of Indigenous peoples living in Canada. Today, we’re going to give you a snapshot of this course, and play some of the lessons here on the radio. For decades in this country, the Residential School system ripped children from their families and local education...

Duration:00:06:52

Indigenous Political Structures

9/26/2022
Truth and Reconciliation Day is an opportunity to listen and learn. The Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta has created an incredible 12-lesson course that explores the histories and contemporary perspectives of Indigenous peoples living in Canada. Today, we’re going to give you a snapshot of this course, and play some of the lessons here on the radio. Right now, we’ll learn about some key Indigenous political structures and the impacts of colonialism on these structures....

Duration:00:06:42

Indigenous Relationship to the Land

9/26/2022
Truth and Reconciliation Day is an opportunity to listen and learn. The Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta has created an incredible 12-lesson course that explores the histories and contemporary perspectives of Indigenous peoples living in Canada. Today, we’re going to give you a snapshot of this course, and play some of the lessons here on the radio. Right now, we’re going to explore Indigenous people’s relation to the land. This lesson connects Indigenous worldviews and...

Duration:00:06:44

Concepts of Law

9/26/2022
Truth and Reconciliation Day is an opportunity to listen and learn. The Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta has created an incredible 12-lesson course that explores the histories and contemporary perspectives of Indigenous peoples living in Canada. Today, we’re going to give you a snapshot of this course, and play some of the lessons here on the radio. Right now, we’re going to dive into Indigenous legal traditions. This lesson explores the stark difference between Common...

Duration:00:07:27

Catastrophic damage has Niagara grape growers considering future

7/28/2022
Matthias Oppenlaender, Chair of the Grape Growers of Ontario, AND owner of Huebel Grapes Estates talks about the ‘Catastrophic’ damage that has Niagara grape growers considering their future.

Duration:00:05:48

New book details early 2000's indie rock explosion of Canadian music

7/28/2022
Alan chats with Michael Barclay, author of Hearts on Fire: Six Years That Changed Canadian Music 2000-2005.

Duration:00:07:41

New study finds links between the reemergence of wolves in Germany & far-right politics

7/28/2022
Alan speaks with Dr. Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg, a computational social scientist at the University of Amsterdam and lead researcher of the study.

Duration:00:04:32

Brain surgery found to be effective in treating alcohol use disorder

7/27/2022
Brain surgery found to be effective in treating alcohol use disorder -Dr. Nir Lipsman, the study’s principal investigator, Neurosurgeon and director of the Harquail Centre for Neuromodulation at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre talks to Alan about this.

Duration:00:05:26

Pierre Poilievre says he'd approve jets flying out of Billy Bishop airport if elected PM - but does he have that power?

7/22/2022
Alan speaks with Dr. Karl Moore, professor of strategy and organization at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University.

Duration:00:07:50

CFIA to ban imports of commercial dogs from 100 countries with high risk of rabies

7/22/2022
Alan speaks with Dr. Louis Kwantes, president of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association.

Duration:00:08:45

Political Panel: Is the CPC leadership race tainted, skewed in Pierre Poilievre's favour?

7/21/2022
Alan speaks with our political panelists, Dr. Lori Turnbull, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the School of Public Administration at Dalhousie University and Alex Boutilier, Senior National Politics Reporter for Global News.

Duration:00:08:20

'We're a toilet bowl': Experts call for new regulations as U.S. cruise ships dump sewage in Canadian waters

7/21/2022
Alan speaks with Dr. Anna Barford, Canada shipping campaigner with Stand.Earth.

Duration:00:06:08

Many Canadians willing to relocate, make other sacrifices to afford a home: report

7/21/2022
Alan speaks with Christopher Alexander, President of RE/MAX Canada.

Duration:00:05:25

Emergency alerts for extreme heat could save lives, experts say

7/21/2022
Alan speaks with Dr. Blair Feltmate, head of the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation at the University of Waterloo.

Duration:00:08:13

Vladimir Putin meets with Turkish leaders in Iran during first trip since invading Ukrain

7/20/2022
Alan speaks with Marcus Kolga, Director of DisinfoWatch and a Senior Fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute

Duration:00:08:33

Is there any science behind 'unique learning styles'?

7/20/2022
Alan speaks with Michael Zwaagstra is a public high school teacher and a senior fellow with the Fraser Institute

Duration:00:05:27

Ford government considering increase to power wielded by Toronto, Ottawa mayors

7/20/2022
Alan speaks with Colin D’Mello, Global News Queen’s Park Bureau Chief.

Duration:00:12:55

Would new regulations on large SUVs & pickups help keep our roads more safe?

7/19/2022
Alan speaks with David Zuby, executive vice president and Chief Research Officer, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Duration:00:05:37

Airports are chaotic - and our love for cheap airfare is a big part of it

7/19/2022
Alan speaks with Dr. Ashley Nunes is a research fellow at Harvard Law School.

Duration:00:06:43