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Abortion is Health Care, w/ Dr. Genevieve Eastabrook As Canadians are left wondering what the implications of Roe v Wade are north of the 49th, Rodger and Jessa McLean are joined in studio by London-based Maternal Fetal Medicine physician, Dr. Genevieve Eastabrook to explore just how fragile and unequal abortion is in Canada.Follow Rodger on TwitterFollow Jessa on TwitterFollow Dr. Eastabrook on TwitterFollow Blueprints of Disruption on Twitter
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Abortion is Health Care, w/ Dr. Genevieve Eastabrook As Canadians are left wondering what the implications of Roe v Wade are north of the 49th, Rodger and Jessa McLean are joined in studio by London-based Maternal Fetal Medicine physician, Dr. Genevieve Eastabrook to explore just how fragile and unequal abortion is in Canada.Follow Rodger on TwitterFollow Jessa on TwitterFollow Dr. Eastabrook on TwitterFollow Blueprints of Disruption on Twitter
Everybody's Talking. Nobody's Listening. Like the show? Support us on Patreon!Pierre Poilievre's "pay-as-you-go" approach to spending might work in the home, but not in the government. Inflation continues to rise, and while corporate greed might be one of the contributing factors, only government policy can be the solution. Santiago tries to convince Rodger that the Greens are relevant, but Rodger remains highly unconvinced.
Window Dressings & a Colombian Miracle! On today's episode, Rodger and Santiago pull back the window dressing solutions the Trudeau government are offering on climate change, transportation and labour relations. Then they head to Colombia to talk about Gustavo Petro's incredible victory in the Colombian presidential election and what lessons can be learned by Canadian progressives.
Maybe Don’t Privatize Our Healthcare Like the show? Support us on Patreon.Rodger is joined by Peter Bergmanis, Chair of the London Health Coalition, to discuss what’s at stake in privatizing our healthcare and how we can fight it._________Follow Joe on TwitterFollow Rodger on Twitter_________
What Happened in Ontario - with Andrew Lawton & David Moscrop Like the show? Support us on Patreon.This week we're joined by Washington Post columnist David Moscrop and commentator, columnist, and True North fellow Andrew Lawton for a postmortem on the Ontario election. Why went wrong, who won, and who lost?About David MoscropDavid Moscrop is a contributing columnist for The Washington Post, the host of the podcast Open to Debate, and the author of "Too Dumb for Democracy? Why We Make Bad Political Decisions and How We Can Make Better Ones."Follow David on TwitterAbout Andrew LawtonAndrew Lawton is a broadcaster and columnist. Currently, he is a fellow at True North and a weekly columnist for Loonie Politics. His written work has been published across the world, including in the Washington Post, the National Post, the Toronto Sun, the Edmonton Sun, and Global News. Andrew has appeared as a commentator on CBC, CTV, TVO, CTS, and on BBC World. Andrew ran as a Progressive Conservative candidate in Ontario’s 2018 provincial election.Follow Andrew on TwitterStay connected with the latest from New Left Radio by joining our mailing list today!_________
Politics for Better - Interview with Norm Di Pasquale Like the show? Support us on Patreon!Toronto District School Board Trustee and 2021 NDP Candidate Norm Di Pasquale drops by the studio to chat with Rodger and Santiago about all things that plague our society and politics, and how we can all do better._________Follow Joe on TwitterFollow Rodger on Twitter_________
In Our Feelings Like the show? Support us on Patreon!We’re in our feelings about this election as we enter the home stretch. We talk all things election Ontario and the big plans of the parties. Then, we’re joined by Andy Kroeber, NDP candidate for Elgin-Middlesex-London to discuss his riding and what the good people of the region need from Queen’s Park. Santiago steps in to guest co-host._________Follow Joe on TwitterFollow Rodger on Twitter_________
Who Should Win the Ontario Election, with Tony Clement and Rima Berns-McGown Fan of the show? Support us on Patreon!We’re joined by former Ontario and federal Minister of Health Tony Clement and (newly) former ONDP MPP Rima Berns-McGown to discuss all things Ontario election and just who Ontarians should select on June 2nd.About Hon. Tony ClementThe Honourable Tony Clement is a former Minister in the Stephen Harper Government federally, and the Mike Harris and Ernie Eves Governments in the Province of Ontario.During his time in the House of Commons (2006-2019) Mr. Clement served as: Minister of Health, Minister of Industry, President of the Treasury Board and Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario. He therefore played a lead role in getting Canada’s economy back on track after the most significant global economic recession since the 1930s. In Opposition Clement was Foreign Affairs Critic and Justice Critic.Follow Tony on TwitterAbout Rima Berns-McGownDr. Rima Berns-McGown is the former member of Provincial Parliament for Beaches-East York. She served as the Official Opposition Critic for Poverty and Homelessness and a member of the Standing Committee on the Legislative Assembly.Before she was elected, Rima taught Diaspora Studies at the University of Toronto. She holds a PhD in International Politics from the University of Aberystwyth, an MA from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International studies of the Johns Hopkins University, and a Bachelor of Journalism and Political Science from Carleton University. She has a long history of writing about and advocating for systemic change that creates equity and societies that truly work for everyone who lives in them.Rima was born in South Africa of a mixed background and is proud to be a member of Ontario’s first Black Caucus.Follow Rima on TwitterStay connected with the latest from New Left Radio by joining our mailing list today!_________
Where’s the Breakthrough Like the show? Support us on Patreon!June 3rd is coming fast and furious. Where do the polls stand and can red or orange break through? Can the NDP find the winning message? Then, we’re joined by Sam Kaplun, Independent candidate for MPP in Eglington-Lawrence. _________Follow Joe on TwitterFollow Rodger on Twitter_________
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