This episode of Hub Dialogues features Martin Baron, a long-time American journalist and former executive editor of The Washington Post, about his must-read book, Collision of Power: Trump, Bezos, and The Washington Post.
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses recent Canadian economic data, including a decline in third-quarter GDP, a rise in the national unemployment rate, and historically low consumer confidence, and what these bearish numbers tell us about the country’s political economy. They also discuss Google’s $100 million deal with the Trudeau government for the news media and what it may mean for the future of journalism.
This is the thirteenth 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 discuss a recent string of economic data releases—including GDP figures, consumer confidence numbers, and bank earnings—and what they tell us about the state of Canada’s economy.
Does Mike Harris deserve his reputation? Alister Campbell on the Common Sense Revolution, three decades later
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.
Have economists had too much power? Nobel Prize-winner Angus Deaton reflects on a career in economics
This episode of Hub Dialogues features Nobel Prize-winning economist Angus Deaton discussing his new must-read book, Economics in America: An Immigrant Economist Explores the Land of Inequality.
Is populism back on the offensive? The Roundtable discusses elections in Argentina and the Netherlands
This week’s Hub Roundtable discusses Javier Milei and Geert Wilders’ election victories in Argentina and the Netherlands respectively, and what they signal about the state of populism around the world. They also assess the good, the bad, and the ugly in the Trudeau government’s Fall Economic Statement.
‘The stakes are so high’: David Frum on Canada amid the Israel-Hamas conflict and the upcoming U.S. presidential election
In this episode of In Conversation with David Frum, David Frum joins Rudyard Griffiths to discuss what they’ve learned about Canada after Hamas’s attacks against Israel, as well as what to expect from the upcoming U.S. Presidential election a year from now.
Are the Republicans becoming the party of the people?: Patrick Ruffini on the multiracial working-class coalition remaking the Right
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 week’s Hub Roundtable discusses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s controversial comments on the Israel-Hamas conflict and their implications for Canada’s international standing. They also cover the upcoming Fall Economic Statement and Ottawa’s deteriorating fiscal position and talk about the impending launch of The Hub’s Future of News series.