This week, host Amanda Galbraith is joined by Laura Stone, a reporter for the Globe and Mail, to discuss the COVID-19 third wave and how medical advisors have stepped up and into the spotlight during this time. The pair go head-to-head in our rapid-fire round to discuss Prince Philip’s passing, Jill Biden’s tights, and Clubhouse.
This week, host Amanda Galbraith sits down with Navigator Senior Consultants Shakir Chambers and Matthew Barnes to look back a the Conservative policy convention, and look ahead to the upcoming Liberal convention. Then the three go head-to-head in our rapid fire round on Cinnamon Toast Shrimp, vaccines and favourite patios in Ottawa and Toronto.
In this month’s Scrum edition, Navigator colleagues Caroline Harvey, Michael Cooke and André Pratte join host Amanda Galbraith to discuss the Sarah Everard case and if this will further push #MeToo conversations, the CPC convention, and the death of shame in politics in the case of Andrew Cuomo.
In the wake of a historic interview with Meghan Markle and Oprah Winfrey, audiences are often left to make their own assumptions about what really happens in preparation for a tell-all broadcast.
To dissect this incredible story that has dominated news cycles for days, we are joined by Navigator colleagues Danielle Parr and Andrea Ernesaks to unpack everything that goes on behind-the-scenes to prepare for such an interview.
The trio goes head-to-head in our rapid-fire round to discuss the one-year anniversary of lockdown, the complications of International Women’s Day and the ever-changing debate among generations around the perfect pair of jeans.
This week, host Amanda Galbraith sits down with the Honourable Margaret McCain for a discussion on early childhood education and its ability to break barriers for Canadian women, while improving educational outcomes for children across the country. Fitting for International Women’s Day, the pair explore a policy proposal that all Canadians can get behind.