This week’s Hub Roundtable features discussion on the ArriveCan scandal, as well as continued poor polling for Justin Trudeau and the Liberals and what that means for the party moving forward.
David Frum and Sean Speer discuss new Canadian legislation that would ban the advertising and promotion of the country’s oil and gas sector and how to balance the economic opportunities and environmental challenges of being an energy superpower.
David Horovitz discusses what caused him to co-found the fast-growing site in 2012, and the challenges of producing real-time journalism in the four months since Hamas’s terrorist attacks against Israel.
The Roundtable discuss Bell Canada’s recent layoffs and the bizarre reaction from commentators and politicians, as well as the state of Canada’s journalism schools.
Amanda Lang and Sean Speer discuss Bell Canada’s announcement of layoffs in its media business and what they signal about the unwinding of the “grand bargain” between business and government in protected sectors.
In this episode of Hub Dialogues, Marc-David Munk, author and U.S.-based emergency physician, discusses his must-read book, Urgent Calls from Distant Places: An Emergency Doctor’s Notes about Life and Death on the Frontiers of East Africa.
Former Minister of Canadian Heritage James Moore discusses his experience as the minister responsible for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and his perspective about the future of the public broadcaster.
Rudyard Griffiths and Sean Speer discuss the state of Canada’s news media, “activist journalism”, and welcome special guest Tara Henley to ask “What happened to Canada?”
David Frum and Sean Speer discuss Concordia University in Montreal’s plan to decolonize the institution and what it signals about broader trends on university campuses.
Jessica Pierce, internationally acclaimed author and bioethicist, joins Hub Dialogues to discuss her fascinating, must-read book, Who’s a Good Dog? And How to Be a Better Human.