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Best Steve Paikin podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Steve Paikin podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Health-care workers now comprise one in 10 known Ontario COVID-19 cases. Do they feel as protected as possible while executing their work? How can Canada ensure the safety of those fighting this disease on the frontlines? The Agenda discusses the immediate and future need to protect health-care workers with Dr. Sohail Gandhi, president of the Ontar…
 
Health-care workers now comprise one in 10 known Ontario COVID-19 cases. Do they feel as protected as possible while executing their work? How can Canada ensure the safety of those fighting this disease on the frontlines? The Agenda discusses the immediate and future need to protect health-care workers with Dr. Sohail Gandhi, president of the Ontar…
 
What are the possibilities or limitations of imagination? Whether it's memory, creativity, hallucinations, or imaginary friends, the inner workings of our minds are complex. Jim Davies, director of Carleton University's Science of Imagination Laboratory, sheds light on this in his book, "Imagination: The Science of Your Mind's Greatest Power."…
 
What are the possibilities or limitations of imagination? Whether it's memory, creativity, hallucinations, or imaginary friends, the inner workings of our minds are complex. Jim Davies, director of Carleton University's Science of Imagination Laboratory, sheds light on this in his book, "Imagination: The Science of Your Mind's Greatest Power."…
 
There is no question that COVID-19 has changed every aspect of our lives. But amidst the loss, sadness, and grief are glimmers of hope. On today's podcast, hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath highlight positive stories both big and small. Also, Flavio Volpe, president of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association, joins the podcast to …
 
Just over a year ago, the last payment went out for Ontario's basic income pilot project. The program, introduced by the previous government, was cancelled by the new Conservative government before it had run its course. Now, because of the ongoing pandemic, the federal government has launched the CERB - the Canada Emergency Response Benefit. And t…
 
This week, Christians and Jews mark some of the most sacred holidays on their calendars: Easter and Passover. And later this month, Ramadan begins for Muslims. However, the current restrictions on gathering mean there won't be any church or worship gatherings. Here to reflect on how their communities intend to deal with this, and also how religious…
 
Just over a year ago, the last payment went out for Ontario's basic income pilot project. The program, introduced by the previous government, was cancelled by the new Conservative government before it had run its course. Now, because of the ongoing pandemic, the federal government has launched the CERB - the Canada Emergency Response Benefit. And t…
 
This week, Christians and Jews mark some of the most sacred holidays on their calendars: Easter and Passover. And later this month, Ramadan begins for Muslims. However, the current restrictions on gathering mean there won't be any church or worship gatherings. Here to reflect on how their communities intend to deal with this, and also how religious…
 
Ontario has launched a new online portal to enlist people with health-care experience in the fight against COVID-19. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss whether this initiative means the province will allow foreign-trained doctors and nurses to join the battle. Also, the podcast explores why Ontario's testing numbers remain so low.…
 
How are Canada's penal institutions dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic? Fears of the virus spreading in correctional facilities has some advocates calling for the release of lower-risk offenders. The Agenda discusses the issue with Lee Chapelle, president of Canadian Prison Consulting, an advocacy and reform-based firm; Kim Pate, an independent sen…
 
Reports of domestic violence are spiking in countries around the world as people are staying indoors to prevent the spread of COVID-19, trapping some victims with their abusers. The Agenda explores this issue with Silvia Samsa, executive director of Women's Habitat; Pamela Cross, legal director at Luke's Place Support and Resource Centre in Durham …
 
How are Canada's penal institutions dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic? Fears of the virus spreading in correctional facilities has some advocates calling for the release of lower-risk offenders. The Agenda discusses the issue with Lee Chapelle, president of Canadian Prison Consulting, an advocacy and reform-based firm; Kim Pate, an independent sen…
 
Reports of domestic violence are spiking in countries around the world as people are staying indoors to prevent the spread of COVID-19, trapping some victims with their abusers. The Agenda explores this issue with Silvia Samsa, executive director of Women's Habitat; Pamela Cross, legal director at Luke's Place Support and Resource Centre in Durham …
 
Premier Doug Ford didn't mince words today - Ontarios s'upply of personal protective equipment is quickly running low. His warning came after the U.S. stopped a shipment of nearly 4 million N-95 masks from reaching Canada. While 500,000 of those masks are expected in Ontario in the coming days, Ford said he wasn't confident they'd arrive safely. Ho…
 
Almost everyone is dealing with difficult circumstances right now as a result of COVID-19. But for those dealing with addiction, it's presenting complex challenges, including jeopardizing hard won sobriety and recovery. Eastern Ontario Hub journalist David Rockne Corrigan talks about his work covering vulnerable populations during the pandemic.…
 
A Canadian start-up called Blue Dot spotted the beginnings of this pandemic before just about everyone else. They did it using artificial intelligence, and they're among a cluster of high-tech firms tracking COVID-19 to better understand and combat it. To discuss this, we welcome Garth Gibson, president and CEO of the Vector Institute; and Matissa …
 
Almost everyone is dealing with difficult circumstances right now as a result of COVID-19. But for those dealing with addiction, it's presenting complex challenges, including jeopardizing hard won sobriety and recovery. Eastern Ontario Hub journalist David Rockne Corrigan talks about his work covering vulnerable populations during the pandemic.…
 
A Canadian start-up called Blue Dot spotted the beginnings of this pandemic before just about everyone else. They did it using artificial intelligence, and they're among a cluster of high-tech firms tracking COVID-19 to better understand and combat it. To discuss this, we welcome Garth Gibson, president and CEO of the Vector Institute; and Matissa …
 
People in Ontario got a clearer picture of what the future could hold as provincial health officials released data predicting 3,000 to 15,000 deaths over the course of the pandemic, which could last two years. Some 1,600 of those fatalities are expected in April alone. Dr. David Fisman, an epidemiologist with the University of Toronto, joins the po…
 
How much should government be able to infringe on people's civil liberties in order to keep society safe during the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada? The Agenda explores the options available to officials trying to curb the spread of the coronavirus, including if it would be justified for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to invoke the Emergency Measures Ac…
 
How much should government be able to infringe on people's civil liberties in order to keep society safe during the COVID-19 outbreak in Canada? The Agenda explores the options available to officials trying to curb the spread of the coronavirus, including if it would be justified for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to invoke the Emergency Measures Ac…
 
Ontarians deserve to see what could be in store for them if the province can't turn the tide against COVID-19, says Premier Doug Ford. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss the reasoning behind the decision to reveal projections of how many Ontarians could die in various scenarios. They also examine the details of mental-health fundin…
 
Premier Doug Ford says the province has signed a deal to procure 10,000 ventilators -- part of a new surge of funding to help Ontario companies join the fight against COVID-19. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss the announcement and whether it's an indicator of even more difficult times ahead. Also, why officials are hesitant to re…
 
Will globalization pass the stress test of COVID-19? Will it strengthen nationalist forces that have long called for reinforced borders? The Agenda examines globalization in a post-pandemic world with Daniel Drezner, professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University; Janice Stein, Belzberg Professor…
 
Will globalization pass the stress test of COVID-19? Will it strengthen nationalist forces that have long called for reinforced borders? The Agenda examines globalization in a post-pandemic world with Daniel Drezner, professor of international politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University; Janice Stein, Belzberg Professor…
 
As you think about the inconvenience of your life right now, spare a moment for those who are working in ERs all over the world. Dr. James Maskalyk is in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic, treating patients at a big downtown Toronto teaching hospital. He's also an award-winning author, most recently for "Life on the Ground Floor, Letters from the …
 
One of the first glimpses Canadians got of what we're now experiencing came when passengers from cruise ships were repatriated into quarantine at the Canadian Forces base in Trenton. Patricia Munroe was one of the registered nurses who stepped up to help. She is a professor and coordinator of the practical nursing program at Loyalist College and sh…
 
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