This episode of Hub Dialogues features Alister Campbell, a senior Canadian insurance executive, adviser to former Ontario Premier Mike Harris, and editor of a new book on Harris’s legacy entitled, The Harris Legacy: Reflections on a Transformational Premier.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Patrick Ruffini, founder of Echelon Insights and leading Republican pollster and political strategist, about his new must-read book, Party of the People: Inside the Multiracial Populist Coalition Remaking the GOP.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Matt Zwolinski, a philosophy professor and director of the Center for Ethics, Economics and Public Policy at the University of San Diego, about his fascinating, co-authored book, The Individualists: Radicals, Reactionaries, and the Struggle for the Soul of Libertarianism.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Harel Oren and Ilan Cohen, who are members of the civilian response team in one of the Israeli kibbutzim attacked by Hamas on October 7th. They discuss the terrorist attacks on their community, how they responded to protect themselves and fellow community members, and what they want Canada and the rest of the world to know about their experience.
This episode features Rudyard Griffiths in conversation with leading global investor Mohamed El Erian, about his new book, co-authored with former U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Nobel Prize-winning economist Michael Spence, entitled, Permacrisis: A Plan to Fix a Fractured World.
Immigration has not been a major dividing line in Canadian politics. But the consensus on the issue may be changing. New data from the Canadian Century Initiative finds that there has been a significant increase in Canadians who believe that Canada has too much immigration.
This episode features Sean Speer in conversation with Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winner George Will about the nature of North American conservatism, the state of the Republican Party, and the role of analytics in Major League Baseball.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Joanna Baron and Christine Van Geyn, the executive director and litigation director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation, respectively, about their new book, Pandemic Panic: How Canadian Government Responses to Covid-19 Changed Civil Liberties Forever.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features host Sean Speer in conversation with Helen Thompson, professor of political economy at Cambridge University, about her must-read book, Disorder: Hard Times in the 21st Century.