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Francesca Rheannon talks to writers of all genres about matters that move us and make us think.
 
Relevant. Resourceful. Real. Join Bernadette as she shares pertinent issues that affect individuals and businesses owners alike.
 
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Produced at the Canada 2020 Studios in Ottawa, the 2020 Network serves up new shows each week that dig deep into the big ideas shifting and shaping the political conversation in Canada. Home to shows like "Wonk With Mike", "Explain Like I'm Five", "/Thread" and more, the 2020 Network is for the #cdnpoli nerd in us all. Subscribe today.
 
Romance novelist Bernadette Walsh leads fun, relaxed discussions about romance novels with various members of the publishing industry.
 
Interviews with members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and those involved in RMFW conferences, workshops and other writing-related events. Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to supporting, encouraging, and educating writers seeking publication in commercial fiction.
 
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Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by Toronto panelists Marieke Walsh of iPolitics and Murad Hemmadi of The Logic. The trio discuss: The Liberal government's release of Canada's new Digital Charter as a part of the feds larger digital strategy, why a ratified NAFTA 2.0 is looking more likely with the arrival of U.S. Vice-President Mike Pence next we ...…
 
We talk with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and writer Gregory Pardlo about his searing family memoir, AIR TRAFFIC: A Memoir of Ambition & Manhood in America (Knopf, April 2019). Then, is New York State poised to pass the most ambitious Green New Deal in the country? We talk with economist Robert Pollin about New York’s Climate and Community Prote ...…
 
Hon. Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, joins Alex Paterson in the Canada 2020 studio to discuss the future of Canada's pharmacare plan just months before the release of the Pharmacare Advisory Council's final report. The report will include specific recommendations on the program's design and delivery. Listen to hear Minister Petitpa ...…
 
Eric Blanc talks about his book, Red State Revolt: The Teachers’ Strike Wave And Working-Class Politics. (Verso, April 2019). It is an indispensable window into the changing shape of the American working class and American politics. Then, we hear our 2015 interview with Dale Russakoff about her book, The Prize. It’s about the ambitious plan hat ...…
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's, and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The three catch up after a week away to discuss the latest in the Mark Norman affair, how politicians at the federal and provincial level are p ...…
 
The guest is Scott Graham, who is launching the first entry in his National Park Mystery Series next month. The new book is called Arches Enemy and it’s set in Utah, not too far from Scott’s home in southwest Colorado. The series features archaeologist Chuck Bender and Chuck’s wife, paramedic Janelle Ortega. The series, published by Torrey Hous ...…
 
On the latest Quality Content, Alex Paterson sits down with the founder of The Martin Family Initiative, former prime minister of Canada, Paul Martin, and the organization's Early Years Program Director, Chloe Ferguson to chat about MFI's central program pillars, the importance of community involvement and leadership, and how lessons at the gra ...…
 
Former sex crimes prosecutor and mystery writer Linda Fairstein talks about her latest in the Alexandra Cooper series, Blood Oath. We speak with her not only about Blood Oath, but also about sex crimes against women and girls and what it was like to prosecute them in the 1970s and 80s. NOTE: When we spoke with Linda Fairstein, we were unaware o ...…
 
Amazon bestselling author Lori (L.A.) Johnson—one of three Independent Writer of the Year nominees for Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers--writes humorous sci-fi and urban fantasy including the Neon Octopus Overlord Series, Neon Octopus Ally Series, and the Shadow Slayer Series. In fact, the Shadow Slayer Series is launching this month. Lori also h ...…
 
Hon. Bernadette Jordan, Minister of Rural Economic Development, joins Alex Paterson in the Canada 2020 studio to discuss the challenges and opportunities of improved connectivity infrastructure across the country. Listen to hear Minister Jordan take questions from the live studio audience about what is being done in rural parts of Canada to imp ...…
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's, and David Reevely of the Canadian Press. The three discuss: the ongoing canola crisis in Canada and trade tensions with China, spring flooding relief and municipal infrastructure dilemmas, and the Caster Semenya court ruling and the implications for female athletics.…
 
Today’s episode features two books that explore therapy from both sides of the couch. We talk with Lori Gottlieb about her bestselling memoir, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed. Then, a novel about a therapist who finds herself crossing dangerous lines with a patient while struggling with her o ...…
 
Kelsey Johnson, agriculture reporter at iPolitics joins Sarah Turnbull to talk about the significance of canola production in Canada and why the industry is facing major uncertainties due to a "scientific-based disagreement" with China.By Canada 2020.
 
This time on the podcast, Writer of the Year Finalist Margaret Mizushima chats with Natasha Watts. This episode also features an installment of Writer's Rehab. The topic is a common issue that plagues amateur writers. In the interview, Margaret talks about the recognition her books have garnered, how RMFW helped her find her publisher, and how ...…
 
Host Alex Paterson sits down with Shawn McCarthy, national business correspondent for The Globe and Mail and president of the Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom. Ahead of World Press Freedom Day on Friday May 3rd, the two talk about the state of Canadian journalism, what challenges journalists are facing, and what it means to achieve a ...…
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's, and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The three discuss the outcome of the P.E.I. election and what it means for the upcoming federal election, why Canada was paying close attention to the Ukrainian election, and the outcome of a report released by Canada's pr ...…
 
Stephanie MacLellan, senior research associate at the Centre for International Governance Innovation, joins Sarah Turnbull to unpack cyber security. The two discuss how cyber threats have changed over the years, who monitors suspicious behaviour online in Canada, how regulations are enforced, and why we should be prepared for interference in th ...…
 
For the third year in a row, Bernadette Marie is one of three finalists for the Independent Writer of the Year. With some 35 books in print and many more in the pipeline, Bernadette Marie is the definition of prolific. She also runs a publishing company that has helped shepherd 100-plus titles into the daylight. On the podcast, part of our ongo ...…
 
Host Alex Paterson sits down with David Moscrop, political theorist and author of Too Dumb For Democracy: Why we make bad political decisions and how we can make better ones. The two chat about David's new book, how the brain works in partisan environments, and social media's impact on democracy.By Canada 2020.
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss: the outcome of the Alberta election and what it means for the feds, why the Ontario government is fighting back against Ottawa's carbon tax plan, and reflecting on the devastating fire that engulfed the hi ...…
 
Francesca talks with Glenn Silber about the acclaimed documentary he co-directed, The War At Home. It’s about the anti-war movement in Madison, Wisconsin from 1963 to 1972. First released in 1979, it’s been digitally re-mastered and re-released last year. The War At Home chronicles the anti-war protest movement through the lens of its history i ...…
 
Last month the federal government unveiled their final budget before the fall election, and just last week Ontario's PC government unveiled their first budget since taking office. With all this talk about government budgets, we thought we would revisit Aaron Reynolds' conversation with Helaina Gaspard, director of governance and institutions at ...…
 
Aimie K. Runyan gives credit for the ideas for her last two books to fellow members of RMFW - Jamie Raintree gave her the nugget that led to Daughters of the Night Sky and Sean Vogel for Girls on the Line, proving yet again the power of networking and developing a solid crew of writer friends. Aimie’s career took off with Daughters of the Night ...…
 
Senator Yuen Pau Woo, facilitator of the Independent Senators group (ISG), joins host Alex Paterson in the Canada 2020 event space to talk about what the ISG means for our parliamentary democracy, and how the chamber of sober second thought is working to rebuild trust with Canadians. Recorded live on March 6th, 2019.…
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss: the reasons behind Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's lawsuit threat against Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, how the Alberta election is shaping up and the wedge issues at play, and Facebook's decision to ...…
 
We talk with Benjamin Dreyer, author of the surprise best seller, Dreyer’s English: An Utterly Correct Guide To Clarity And Style. Then, we re-air our 2007 interview with Kitty Burns Florey about her book Sister Bernadette’s Barking Dog. It’s all about the arcane joy and usefulness of diagramming sentences. Benjamin Dreyer Even though he’s Rand ...…
 
The Alberta election is heating up, which means we're hearing a lot about pipelines. So, today we're revisiting Aaron Reynolds' conversation with Canadian and environmental history professor at York University Sean Kheraj about their history, purpose and why they're so controversial.By Canada 2020.
 
Host Alex Paterson speaks with one of Canada's visionary dance educators, Mavis Staines, another recipient of the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards. The two chat about the beginning of her career as a travelling ballet soloist, the importance of accessible arts programming, and what's in store for Canada's National Ballet School.…
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss: the latest in the SNC-Lavalin affair, including the ousting of Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott from the Liberal caucus; reaction to Quebec Premier François Legault's proposed secularization bill; an ...…
 
We talk with Dr. Louise Shelley about her book Dark Commerce: How a New Illicit Economy Is Threatening Our Future. It’s a shocking exposé of the links between government corruption, terrorism and international crime syndicates that’s destroying wildlife, forests and oceans. Then, Wendell Potter tells us about how health industry lobbyists are i ...…
 
Ian Shane’s second novel, Postgraduate, comes out April 5. It’s a love letter to the music of the ‘80s and ‘90s, when the main character, Danny, worked at his college radio station. The resulting story is one of nostalgia, disappointment, rivalries, and romance. We talk about the tools Ian uses to publish, the influence of his Indiana hometown ...…
 
Today we're recirculating host Aaron Reynolds' timely conversation with Mark Cameron, executive director of Canadians for Clean Prosperity, to unpack carbon pricing. The two chat about the origins of the concept, how CO2 emissions are measured, how tax mechanisms are enforced, and where the money ends up.…
 
Host Alex Paterson chats with one of Canada's top stage and screen actors, Colm Feore, another recipient of the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards. The two chat about Feore's American roots, his upbringing in Southwestern Ontario, his extensive career in theatre, TV, and film, and contributing to a larger artistic vision.…
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss: updates to the SNC-Lavalin controversy including, Liberal MPs pushing back against Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott, committee investigations, and the company's backtracking of their CEO's comments a ...…
 
We talk today with Damion Searls about his acclaimed translation of Uwe Johnson’s landmark of 20th Century literature, ANNIVERSARIES, now in English for the first time. Then, we welcome Peter Filkins back to Writer’s Voice; we’ve spoken with him before about his translations of the works of H.G. Adler. Now, he tells us about his biography of Ad ...…
 
Anne Connelly, member of the blockchain faculty at Singularity University in Silicon Valley, explains to Aaron Reynolds what blockchain is, how it came about, and its real-world applications.By Canada 2020.
 
WV host Francesca Rheannon talks with former health insurance industry executive and whistleblower Wendell Potter about how the attacks on Medicare For All are being fueled by health insurance cash to Democrats. A slide from Partnership for America’s Health Care Future presentation. The health insurance industry is mounting a full court press a ...…
 
Charles McNamara says the idea for his first novel had been percolating in his mind since the 1980’s. That book, Ineke’s Mitten is the story of Nels Torkle, the Nazi occupation of his Norwegian hometown, and the famous assault on Riva Ridge in World War II. Now, Charlie is getting ready to release his second novel, Fiddler’s Lament, later this ...…
 
Host Alex Paterson kicks off a series of interviews with the 2019 recipients of the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards with a conversation with one of Canada's most treasured political and social commentators, Rick Mercer. Rick will receive the Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award on April 27. The two talk about his celebrated career as a ...…
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss: key takeaways from the Liberal's pre-election budget; SNC-Lavalin updates, including the resignation of the Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernick, the justice committee's decision to shutdown the inve ...…
 
We talk with DaMaris Hill about her narrative in verse, A Bound Woman Is A Dangerous Thing: The Incarceration Of African-American Women From Harriet Tubman To Sandra Bland (Bloomsbury, 2019). Then, at a time that our public lands and ocean territories are being auctioned off for exploitation by the oil and gas industries, Stephen Nash examines ...…
 
Host Aaron Reynolds is joined by Larry Vance, former Government of Canada pilot, former investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, and the original author of the organization's Manual of Investigations Operations. Vance shares what's known about the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash last weekend that involved a Boeing 737 Max 8 p ...…
 
Host Alex Paterson sat down with Luke Gordon Field, one of the co-founders of The Beaverton to chat about the platform's humble beginnings, its current place in Canadian media, and what it's like working in satire in the age of misinformation.By Canada 2020.
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss: the special gathering of the House of Commons justice committee on Wednesday and why it adjourned earlier than expected, the federal government's response to the deadly Ethiopian Airlines crash that involv ...…
 
The Pushcart Prize is one of the most venerable institutions in American publishing. It’s been going strong on a shoestring since 1976. We talk with Pushcart Press’ founder and editor Bill Henderson about the prize and his memoir All My Dogs. Then, Trump just proposed a massive increase to an already bloated military budget, while proposing hug ...…
 
If there has ever been a reason to declare "Breaking News" around Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, this might be it. For more than 20 years now, editor Otto Penzler has been publishing a volume called the Best American Mystery Stories. As part of that process, he reads some 500 short stories and passes along the best 50 to a guest editor. That g ...…
 
The Trudeau budget is set to land March 19th, so host Aaron Reynolds sat down with former Finance Minister John Manley to get a better sense of how a federal budget is made, what items are weighed more heavily than others, how it's rolled out, and what's with the new shoes tradition?By Canada 2020.
 
Host Alex Paterson sat down with Dr. Kate Graham, researcher and senior fellow at Canada 2020, to discuss No Second Chances - a look at the rise and fall of Canada's 12 female first ministers, the commonalities and differences in their experiences, and what their stories can teach us about women in politics at large. The multimedia project laun ...…
 
Low Country Blood is the second book in Sue Hinkin’s Vega & Middleton Mystery Series and it launches in a few short weeks, on April 1. The new story focuses on Los Angeles TV journalist Beatrice Middleton, who has lost her job. With a possible employment offer in Atlanta, she heads home to Savannah to reconnect with her contentious African-Amer ...…
 
Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by /Thread panelists Shannon Proudfoot of Maclean's and David Reevely of The Canadian Press. The trio discuss the latest in the SNC-Lavalin affair including; Jane Philpott's resignation from cabinet, Gerald Butts' testimony before the House of Commons Justice Committee, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's speech, a ...…
 
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