Exponential with Amanda Lang explores the worlds of business, technology, sociology and art, delving into how they intertwine with each other. Lang has been covering business news in North America for 20 years, beginning her journalism career at The Globe and Mail and then the National Post, before moving into television with ROBTV, CNN and BNN.
Exponential: Wayne Lewchuk
This week on Exponential: Amanda speaks with Wayne Lewchuk, professor at McMaster University, Faculty of Social Sciences, about the basic income pilot project cancelled by the Ontario PC Party
Exponential: Dr. Michael Gardam, infectious disease expert
This week on Exponential: Amanda talks pandemics with Dr. Michael Gardam, infectious disease expert and chief of staff at Humber River Hospital
Exponential: Jeffrey Monaghan, Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Amanda talks with Jeffrey Monaghan, Associate Professor at the Institute of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Carlton University), about his new book, “Policing Indigenous Movements”. She asks Jeffrey about the way the blockades are being policed, and how the fact they are Indigenous protestors changes that — and whether Indigenous Authority is a real thing.
Exponential: John Rossman
Amanda speaks with John Rossman, Author of the book “Think Like Amazon; 50 ½ Ideas To Become A Digital Leader”
Exponential: Ken Coates, Canadian historian
This week on Exponential, Amanda asks Ken Coates about the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and the fact many indigenous groups actually support resource development, its ‘other’ groups that often block progression
Exponential: Gillian Hadfield
This week on Exponential, Gillian Hadfield, The inaugural Schwartz Reisman Chair in Technology and Society, Professor of Law, and Professor of Strategic Management