Podcasts

Stephen Holyday, Christin Carmichael & Jon Burnside

Three new Toronto City Councillors, Stephen Holyday, Councillor for Ward 3, Etobicoke Centre; Christin Carmichael Greb, Councillor for Ward 16, Eglinton-Lawrence; Jon Burnside, Councillor for Ward 26, Don Valley West, share their views on heading off to the council cambers … Continue reading

Dr. James Dickinson

Dr. James Dickinson, a member of the prostate cancer guideline woring group and a professor of family medicine at the University of Calgary, defends the Canadaian Task Force on Preventive Health Care recommendation that PSA tests for prostate cancer should … Continue reading

Elio Antunes

Elio Antunes, CEO of ParticipACTION, describes the results of a Conference Board of Canada study that shows we could save billions of dollars in health care and save lives by just moving around more frequently than we do now.

Dr. Sandy Skotnicki

Dr. Sandy Skotnicki, Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto and Medical Director at the Bay Dermatology Centre, describes the merging science of human microbiome and how bacteria might someday be used to effectively treat skin conditions.  

Rocco Rossi

Rocco Rossi, President and CEO of Prostate Cancer Canada, reacts to a recommendation from the Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care that says PSA screening for prostate cancer should be dropped because it does more harm than good.

Mark Coutts

Zoomers planning to work a few extra years to fatten up under-nourished savings might be in for a rude awakening says Sun Life Financial Advisor Mark Coutts.

Gloria Lindsay-Louby & Nelson Wiseman

Veteran Toronto City Councillor Gloria Lindsay-Louby and University of Toronto Professor Nelson Wiseman dissect and digest the Toronto election results.

Karen Stintz & Lorne Bozinoff

Outgoing Toronto City Councillor Karen Stintz and Forum Research President Lorne Bozinoff analyze the Toronto election results with the help of Zoomer callers.

Howard Levitt

Employment lawyer Howard Levitt comments on the firing of CBC Radio’s Jian Ghomeshi and his 50-million-dollar promised lawsuit.

Nicole Goodman

Nicole Goodman, Research Director for the Centre for e-Democracy and an assistant professor at the Munk School of Global Affairs, describes the advantages to voting on line, how it increases voter turnout.