Mark Fabro, President and Chief Security Scientist at Lofty Perch, Inc., a market leading security technology company, joined us to discuss cybersecurity, cyber threats and the role of government in this field.MP3 download
In each episode, we discuss important bi-national issues and talk to Canadians and friends of Canada who are making an impact. Send your comments or suggestions about this podcast to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Natalie MacNeil, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of She Takes On The World, one of the top blogs in the world for career-minded women and women entrepreneurs, sits down to talk about how she got her start, the challenges of becoming an entrepreneur, and the interesting work she has done.MP3 download
Antoni Cimolino, General Director of the Stratford Festival, talks theatre, the upcoming 60th season of the Festival and why Stratford is working in Suchitoto, El Salvador.MP3 download
Members from the University of Calgary's Solar Decathlon team, Alexandre Ste-Marie and Johann Kyser, talk about representing Canada in the U.S. Department of Energy's international competition, housing issues for First Nations peoples, and building an affordable, energy-efficient house on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.MP3 download
Dr. Mickie Bhatia, Professor at McMaster University's School of Medicine and the scientist who made the breakthrough discovery that human skin can be turned into blood, discusses his research, his latest projects, and how Canada has helped him along the way.MP3 download
Nelofer Pazira, acclaimed Afghan-Canadian filmmaker, author and journalist, discusses Afghan culture, gender and her latest film, Act of Dishonour.MP3 download
Luiza Ch. Savage, the Washington bureau chief for Maclean's magazine, discusses her career, reporting from the U.S. capital, and her new website - bilateralist.com.MP3 download