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Canadian Time Machine
Government of Canada
Canadian Time Machine is a podcast series where each episode marks a key anniversary in Canadian history. The podcast draws connections between past and present, allowing everyone, from history buffs to new Canadians, contextualize current events and foster critical thinking about the country’s future. This podcast receives funding from the Government of Canada and is produced by The Walrus Lab.
Voyage dans l’histoire canadienne
Government du Canada
Comment la grande famine a impacté le Canada? Quel artiste est né à Montréal et est toujours reconnu dans le monde 100 ans après? Comment la GRC a évolué depuis sa création? Bienvenue au Voyage dans l’histoire canadienne – un balado qui explore les moments clés de notre histoire. Ce balado est présenté par le Gouvernement du Canada et a été créé par le Walrus Lab.
Imagine Canada 2080
Future of Canada Project and McMaster University
What will Canada be like in 2080? We’re asking people to look generations ahead. In this podcast, we’ll hear future-focused ideas—research, possibilities and ambitions that could steer Canada forward.
Youth For Youth
The Rossy Foundation
Want to get to know the youth leaders of today? Youth For Youth is a six-part series that’s sharing stories and perspectives on some of the biggest issues facing young people today. This podcast explores big topics like mental health, climate change, the impacts of social media, and how to deal with cancel culture as a teenager. Six different teenage hosts take a deep dive into issues facing their generation. This podcast is presented by The Walrus Lab with support from The Rossy Foundation.
What About Water?
Global Institute for Water Security
How does a scientist who studies water by day sleep at night? Not well. As drought and flooding get more extreme, the head of the Global Institute for Water Security is looking for answers from around the world. Join host Jay Famiglietti as he and his colleagues meet people tackling our world’s water woes. Presented by the GIWS at the University of Saskatchewan and produced by The Walrus Lab.
On Courage Incorporated, a new podcast in collaboration with The Walrus Lab, host Duncan Sinclair speaks with the top business leaders across Canada tasked with directing the future of their industries and, in turn, the courage of our nation.
AI for Social Good
AI for Social Good talks to experts representing different industries who explore the rapidly changing phenomenon of artificial intelligence. Whether you are for AI or against it, there are a lot of questions about the technology. Our guests tackle questions with no easy answers and present us with best social use case to face today’s most pressing challenges.
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadians have relied on digital networks to meet their essential needs, stay close to family and friends, work from home, and keep businesses of all sizes operating. Host Takara Small speaks to experts about what we need to do to ensure that all Canadians have the connectivity they need to embrace the challenges and opportunities of the future.
The Edge of Energy
Hear the latest industry experts and innovative thinkers on The Edge of Energy, a new podcast from Scotiabank and The Walrus Lab. Hosted by Kofi Hope, the first episode explores the idea of energy transition, its importance, and the political means to achieve it. The biweekly podcast will showcase a diverse range of perspectives on the transition to a net-zero economy in Canada.
What Do We Do Tomorrow?
The world is facing urgent, complicated problems. It has become clear in this generation-defining moment that to make the changes we need, we will have to use every tool at our disposal. But it’s not a time to be overwhelmed. We need to face these issues head-on. So let’s keep the question simple: What do we do tomorrow? Join host Hannah Sung and 6 Degrees as she asks this question to people with big ideas so bold, well, they just might work.
Let’s Talk About the Internet
Let’s Talk About the Internet is a conversation about the future of the Internet in Canada. Through discussions with experts and thought leaders, Mohit Rajhans explores the complex issues that are impacting the digital lives of Canadians today and solutions for the challenges that lie ahead.