This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses the growing tendency on the part of governments to pursue their priorities in the form of policy mandates on private businesses. Plus, Jack Granatstein discusses his groundbreaking history book 25 years later.
This is the forty-sixth episode of The Hub‘s bi-weekly series featuring Sean Speer in conversation with leading author, journalist, and thinker David Frum. The two discuss the big issues and questions from 2023, including the Israel-Hamas war, the Conservative Party of Canada’s strong political year, and Donald Trump’s stronghold over Republican politics.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features executive director of The Hub, Rudyard Griffiths, in conversation with best-selling author and senior fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute Yossi Klein Halevi about Israel after the October 7th attacks, what is at stake for Israeli democracy and security, and the future of a potential peace process with Palestinians.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features author and journalist Batya Ungar-Sargon on her provocative book, Bad News: How Woke Media Is Undermining Democracy and its diagnosis of what’s gone wrong in the news media.
This week’s Hub Roundtable highlights new polling showing support moving away from the Conservative Party and towards the Liberals. They discuss whether this trend will continue, as well as potential pitfalls for the Conservatives moving forward. They also discuss the wedge politics over period products and how it became a new front in the culture war.
This is the fourteenth episode of The Hub’s bi-weekly series featuring Sean Speer in conversation with award-winning journalist and best-selling author Amanda Lang. The two looked back on an eventful 2003 of business and economic news and look forward to some of the issues that will shape 2024.
This episode of Hub dialogues features Rudyard Griffiths, The Hub’s executive director, and Sean Speer, editor-at-large, discussing The Hub’s progress in 2023, the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead next year, and why they’re grateful to be involved in such a rewarding project.
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Globe and Mail columnist Andrew Coyne discussing the opportunities and challenges facing Canada’s news media, the problems with government support for the industry, and why he is optimistic about the future of journalism.
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses the controversy over the congressional testimonies of three major American university presidents on the presence of antisemitism on university campuses. They also discuss the 25th anniversary of J. L. Granatstein’s famous book, Who Killed Canadian History?, and its legacy and ongoing relevance.
Should we really be so pessimistic about the economy? David Frum on the U.S. and Canada’s diverging economies
This episode of In Conversation with David Frum features discussion on the growing divergence between the United States’ fast-growing economy and Canada’s slow-growing economy, as well as what to learn from a new book on former Ontario Premier Mike Harris.