Some say the epicentre of the Canadian opioid crisis is Vancouver’s east side, where tent cities, violent crime and people strung out on the pavement has become normal. As of January 31st, the BC government has decriminalized many hard drugs and introduced a “safe-supply” to the market. Aaron Gunn, independent journalist and filmmaker discusses the issue with David Craig; he outlines the ideologies behind the policies and what’s in store for taxpayers.
Jeremy Prest welcomes world renowned professor & researcher Ramesh Thakur to discuss his five-part paper entitled State Power & Covid Crimes. From his experience at the UN, and many global science committees over the course of his career, he details just how absurd some of the pandemic measures taken by governments around the world were, and how they are not in fact backed up by data or modelling to this day.
When Mike Schouten’s son received a terminal cancer diagnosis, the whole family experienced the world of pediatric palliative care. This unique personal experience, plus his professional work in public policy with ARPA Canada informs this heartfelt and informative discussion with David Craig about MAiD in Canada and how its gradual expansion has created ripple effects across our nation.
Exploring the concept and pitfalls of idea pathogens is a specialty of Dr. Gad Saad. David Craig sits down for an in-depth interview with the Canadian professor and popular podcaster about his newest book, what woke ideology is all about, and the damage caused by institutional capture.