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Best Tvo Steve Paikin podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Tvo Steve Paikin podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
Ontario's public schools will remain closed until at least May 1 for teachers and May 4 for students, Premier Doug Ford announced today. The government also released details of how it intends to keep learning on track for elementary, secondary and post-secondary students. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss how this plan will work a…
 
Now that Ontario is a few weeks into the COVID-19 crisis, some experts are starting to think about whether this global pandemic might actually provoke us to do some things quite differently, maybe much better, once it passes. One area that could be ripe for change is virtual medicine. Joining Steve Paikin to discuss what that might look like is Dr.…
 
Now that Ontario is a few weeks into the COVID-19 crisis, some experts are starting to think about whether this global pandemic might actually provoke us to do some things quite differently, maybe much better, once it passes. One area that could be ripe for change is virtual medicine. Joining Steve Paikin to discuss what that might look like is Dr.…
 
Physical distancing, working from home. Even just the disruption of our daily routines. It all takes a toll, even on those with the most robust coping skills.Dr. Suze Berkhout, clinician-investigator at the University Health Network and an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Toronto discusses the new normal with Steve Paikin.…
 
Physical distancing, working from home. Even just the disruption of our daily routines. It all takes a toll, even on those with the most robust coping skills.Dr. Suze Berkhout, clinician-investigator at the University Health Network and an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Toronto discusses the new normal with Steve Paikin.…
 
Since the COVID-19 crisis started, Premier Doug Ford has been giving daily news conferences, assuring Ontarians that the government is working to procure more medical devices and protective equipment. But today's briefing came with a stark warning: stay inside, because Ontario does not have the supplies for a sudden surge in cases. Hosts Steve Paik…
 
A relatively mild winter this year has resulted in very little ice cover across the Great Lakes. Many surrounding communities rely on the ice for recreational activities such as ice fishing as an economic boost through tourism during the shoulder season. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visited Manitoulin Island and the southwestern Ont…
 
A relatively mild winter this year has resulted in very little ice cover across the Great Lakes. Many surrounding communities rely on the ice for recreational activities such as ice fishing as an economic boost through tourism during the shoulder season. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visited Manitoulin Island and the southwestern Ont…
 
How will the COVID-19 pandemic shape the way government, business, and life unfolds once the health emergency subsides? We ask Yascha Mounk, associate professor at Johns Hopkins University; Doug Saunders, the Globe and Mail's international affairs columnist; and Ann Fitz-Gerald, director of the Balsillie School of International Affairs.…
 
How will the COVID-19 pandemic shape the way government, business, and life unfolds once the health emergency subsides? We ask Yascha Mounk, associate professor at Johns Hopkins University; Doug Saunders, the Globe and Mail's international affairs columnist; and Ann Fitz-Gerald, director of the Balsillie School of International Affairs.…
 
The federal government is launching a wage subsidy for small and medium businesses that will pay up to 75 per cent of worker salaries. It's the latest attempt to lessen the economic impact of COVID-19. But will it work? Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath assess the bold move, as well as new announcements from the Ontario government. Also, …
 
The provincial government is going to let restaurants sell beer and wine for takeout and delivery - a move meant to help eateries that are suffering major losses because of the pandemic. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss the announcement and look at how the province is trying to ramp up COVID-19 testing. Also, how does the federal…
 
Each spring, the Ontario government releases a budget. It's designed to provide a pathway for the government's priorities. That was the plan until two weeks ago, when COVID-19 turned everything on its head. Finance Minister Rod Phillips today released the government's new fiscal update. The #onpoli podcast digs into the details about what's in it t…
 
From Ebola to COVID-19, zoonotic diseases, viruses that cross from animal to humans, are increasing in frequency. Why is this happening and what can be done to stop this dangerous transfer? Steve Paikin talks to Dr. Samira Mubareka, microbiologist and infectious diseases physician at Sunnybrook Hosital, who was part of the team that recently isolat…
 
From Ebola to COVID-19, zoonotic diseases, viruses that cross from animal to humans, are increasing in frequency. Why is this happening and what can be done to stop this dangerous transfer? Steve Paikin talks to Dr. Samira Mubareka, microbiologist and infectious diseases physician at Sunnybrook Hosital, who was part of the team that recently isolat…
 
What are the steps Canadian scientists are taking and what are their challenges as they race to find a vaccine to prevent the novel coronavirus? Steve Paikin talks with Alan Bernstein, president and CEO of Canadian Institute for Advanced Research; and Dr. Robert Kozak, clinical microbiologist at Sunnybrook Hospital, and part of the team that recent…
 
What are the steps Canadian scientists are taking and what are their challenges as they race to find a vaccine to prevent the novel coronavirus? Steve Paikin talks with Alan Bernstein, president and CEO of Canadian Institute for Advanced Research; and Dr. Robert Kozak, clinical microbiologist at Sunnybrook Hospital, and part of the team that recent…
 
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