After Stu's CTM episode with Desmog Canada editor-in-chief Emma Gilchrist, the team got to talking about the reality of journalistic objectivity and how that has undermined media organizations. Today we bring you a thoughtful piece courtesy of theconversation.com addressing that topic. Balance is an empty term these days/MilousSKBy Bruce Mutsvairo, Northumbria University, Newcastle Renowned reporter Christiane … Continue reading Why Journalistic ‘Balance’ is Failing The Public
Canada's economic health has always been strongly tied to its trade partner to the South. The shifting paradigm of the U.S. politically and economically in 2017 meant the federal government had to re-tool its priorities to ensure infrastructure is in place for what is becoming more apparent as a need to shift away from reliance on the U.S. as Canada's best customer.
Dr. John Muscedere discusses frailty and Canadian research aimed at preventing the condition. Join the conversation to learn more about how frailty impacts us all.
Dr. Helene Langevin talks about the science of stretch. CTM creates dialogue around alternative medical therapies and research.
Respectful, reflective, and adaptable discourse through Interesting Vancouver brings host Stu McNish together with Mark Busse and Jocelyn Macdougall.
Now that you have spent some time with Stu and this week's Conversations That Matter guest Robert Lewis-Manning, you can see that many questions arise from their conversation about commercial shipping and environmental protection.