Beyond the Headlines goes to the streets to hear what you have to say about the environment.
Cap and trade expert Jeff Rambharack is completing his Ph. D. at Simon Fraser University. He explains one of the strategies our governments have at their disposal to control carbon emissions.
Thorleif Thorleifsson is a Norweigan naval officer, sailor, and polar explorer. He has been a part of extensive sailing expeditions in the North Atlantic, the Arctic, and the Barents sea. He tells us about his recent historic sail through the Arctic.
Derrick Fung has recently founded a startup called Tunezy. He explains the new business model for the music industry that he envisions.
We discuss what culture means to journalism and broadcasting with Chris Waddell, Director of the Carleton School of Journalism.
We hear our civic leaders and researchers discussing the “creative economy”, but who is part of it?
- Alain Pineau, National Director, Canadian Conference for the Arts.
- Chris Waddell, Director, Carleton School of Journalism.
- Derrick Fung, CEO, Tunezy.
Alain Pineau is the National Director of the Canadian Conference for the Arts. He discusses what the “creative economy” is.
Canada is often touted as being a leader in multiculturalism policy and diversity management. What does multiculturalism policy really mean and entail? How well are we managing diversity?
- Professor Keith Banting, Queen’s University.
- Ritu Bhasin, Diversity Strategist.
- Saeed Selvam, Community Activist.
Photo credit: Shaun Merritt
How do governments, civil society, and regional planning bodies work together to make a city-region prosperous and sustainable? Beyond the Headlines explores the ingredients for the creation of a world-class city.
- Mitzie Hunter, CEO, Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance
- Richard Joy, VP, Toronto Board of Trade
- Andre Sorensen, Urban Geographer
There is a gravity shift of the world economic order underway. In 2010, China became the world’s second largest economy after the United States. By 2030 it is estimated that the Chinese and Indian economies combined will be nearly twice the size of the American economy. But is Canada poised to take advantage of this economic gravity shift?
- Michael Hart, Professor, Simon Reisman Chair in Trade Policy, Professor of International Affairs
- Roy Norton, Consul General of Canada in Detroit, Michigan
- Peter Morton, Journalist, International Economic Reporters’s Group