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Episode #100: Dialogue with Andrew Coyne

Season 1, Ep. 100

Hub Dialogues (part of The Hub, Canada’s daily information source for public policy – https://www.thehub.ca) are in-depth conversations about big ideas from the worlds of business, economics, geopolitics, public policy, and technology.


The Hub Dialogues feature The Hub's editor-at-large, Sean Speer, in conversation with leading entrepreneurs, policymakers, scholars, and thinkers on the issues and challenges that will shape Canada's future at home and abroad.


This episode features Sean Speer in conversation with Globe and Mail columnist Andrew Coyne about liberalism, representative democracy, and his own musical tastes.


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Episode #119: Dialogue with David Frum: The Monarchy in Present-Day Canada

Season 1, Ep. 119
Hub Dialogues (part of The Hub, Canada’s daily information source for public policy – https://www.thehub.ca) are in-depth conversations about big ideas from the worlds of business, economics, geopolitics, public policy, and technology.The Hub Dialogues feature The Hub's editor-at-large, Sean Speer, in conversation with leading entrepreneurs, policymakers, scholars, and thinkers on the issues and challenges that will shape Canada's future at home and abroad.This is the seventeenth episode of The Hub's bi-weekly series featuring Sean Speer in conversation with leading author, journalist, and thinker David Frum. The two discuss the place of the monarchy in modern Canadian life. In particular, they focus on the need to reform the appointment process for the Governor General to ensure that he or she has some broad-based legitimacy given the office's role in adjudicating political questions in an era of minority parliaments.If you like what you are hearing on Hub Dialogues consider subscribing to The Hub's daily email newsletter featuring our insights and analysis on public policy issues. Subscription is free. Simply sign up here: https://newsletter.thehub.ca/.The Hub is Canada's leading information source for public policy. Stridently non-partisan, The Hub is committed to delivering to Canadians the latest analysis and cutting-edge perspectives into the debates that are shaping our collective future.Visit The Hub now at https://www.thehub.ca.