46 episodes

Do you really value something if you’re not thinking about what can take it away? @Risk, a new show from the 2020 Network hosted by Jodi Butts, seeks to help us better protect the things we care most about during these dynamic and challenging times. From finances, education, healthcare, privacy, climate and more, Jodi and her guests take an in-depth look at diminishing the threats and amplifying the resilience of our businesses, our progress and daily lives.

@Risk Canada 2020

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Do you really value something if you’re not thinking about what can take it away? @Risk, a new show from the 2020 Network hosted by Jodi Butts, seeks to help us better protect the things we care most about during these dynamic and challenging times. From finances, education, healthcare, privacy, climate and more, Jodi and her guests take an in-depth look at diminishing the threats and amplifying the resilience of our businesses, our progress and daily lives.

    Looking Back: Bigger Than Risk

    Looking Back: Bigger Than Risk

    After two seasons of conversations about our increasingly risky world, @Risk is taking a break. For our final episode of @Risk, we’re looking back on conversations with risk experts on the role risk plays in our bigger picture. Join Jodi for our final look back on the series with evolutionary biologist and professor Carl Bergstrom; journalist and advocate Nana aba Duncan; author and expert on psychology and decision making Dan Gardener; journalist Jeff Jarvis; retired four-star US army general Stanley McChrystal; best-selling author, journalist, and educator Andrew Potter; and writer, legal scholar, and member of the second Obama administration Cass Sunstein.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Looking Back: The Art of Risk

    Looking Back: The Art of Risk

    After two seasons of conversations about our increasingly risky world, @Risk is taking a break. But before that, we want to look back on some of our favourite conversations through this series. In this episode of @Risk, we’re looking at risk in the world of art. Join Jodi for a look back at conversations with the brains behind all sorts of creative work: journalist and fashion entrepreneur Jeanne Beker; painter, sculptor, and educator, Eric Fischl; poet and author (and lawyer!) Michelle Good; self-styled “dirty nature writer” David Huebert; novelist Emily St. John Mandel; and one of Canada’s favourite comedians, Mark Critch.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Looking Back: Health at Risk

    Looking Back: Health at Risk

    After two seasons of conversations about our increasingly risky world, @Risk is taking a break. But before that, we want to look back on some of our favourite conversations through this series. In this episode of @Risk, we reflect on something we’re all extremely familiar with: our health at risk. Jodi looks back on conversations with health reporter and columnist for the Globe and Mail, André Picard; CEO of SE Health, Shirlee Sharkey; founder and CEO of Children First Canada, Sara Austin; Science magazine correspondent, Kai Kupferschmidt; and global health reporter, Helen Branswell.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Looking Back: The Business of Risk

    Looking Back: The Business of Risk

    After two seasons of conversations about our increasingly risky world, @Risk is taking a break. But before that, we want to look back on some of our favourite conversations through this series. In this episode of @Risk, we revisit conversations with cybersecurity expert Shuman Ghosemajumder, Olympic athlete and doctor Hayley Wickenheiser, our 18th prime minister, the Right Honorable Brian Mulroney, NASA systems engineer Dr. Farah Alibay, and the First Canadian Commander of the International Space Station Colonel Chris Hadfield to reflect on what it means when you’re in the business of risk.

    • 56 min
    Indigenous Capital Gain

    Indigenous Capital Gain

    On this episode of @ Risk, Jodi Butts is joined by Mark Podlasy (Nlaka’pamux Nation), the Director of Economic Policy and Initiatives at the First Nations Major Projects Coalition, to discuss how the righting of our nation’s greatest shame can help address one of the world’s top catastrophic risks.

    • 40 min
    The Doctor will see you now?

    The Doctor will see you now?

    On this episode of @Risk, Jodi Butts is joined by the Chair of the largest academic department of family medicine in the world at the University of Toronto, Dr. Danielle Martin, to discuss why it’s so hard to find a family doc and what we can do to fix that.

    • 45 min

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