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Black History Month (w/ David Simmonds)

This week host Amanda Galbraith speaks to Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation expert panel member David Simmonds to discuss the purpose of Black History Month, investigate how the movement for racial justice has developed over the last year and explore what it’s like to be a Black corporate professional. Then, the two go head-to-head in our rapid-fire round on the Golden Globes, free Britney movement, quarantine hotels and more.

Indigenomics (w/ Karen MacKenzie and Karen Restoule)

This week, host Amanda Galbraith sits down with Karen Restoule, a former Director of the Justice Sector of the Chiefs of Ontario and co-founder of Bold Realities, along with Karen Mackenzie, President of MacKintosh  Canada, PeopleBest  Canada and an Expert Panelist at the Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation. The trio discusses the rapidly growing Indigenous economic sector, land acknowledgements, the United Nations, and the Mi’kmaq fishery dispute in Nova Scotia.

Power Gap (w/Robyn Doolittle)

This week, host Amanda Galbraith sits down with Globe and Mail reporter Robyn Doolittle to discuss the blockbuster, two-and-a-half year investigation into the power gap that still exists between men and women in our workplaces and within Canada’s public institutions. Then, the two go head-to-head in our rapid fire round on blank front pages, Olympic controversy and their shared distaste for Tom Brady.