Les baladodiffusions de l'Institut d'études canadiennes de McGill
Daniel Béland, directeur de l'IÉCM, se joint à d'éminents experts et décideurs pour un examen approfondi des idées et des enjeux qui façonnent le Canada d'aujourd'hui.
Hôte : Daniel Béland
Productrice : Blair Elliott
Thème musical : Oren Ratowsky
« Gros plan sur le Canada » a été enregistré à Montréal / Tiohtià:ke, sur le territoire traditionnel des Kanien'kehà:ka, un endroit qui a longtemps servi de lieu de rencontre et d'échanges entre de nombreuses Premières nations. Nous reconnaissons et respectons les Kanien'kehà:ka en tant que gardiens traditionnels des terres et des eaux sur lesquelles nous travaillons, étudions et vivons.
- Episode 2.5: Canada on a global scale: immigration policy in Europe
- Episode 2.4: How similar are Canada and the US when it comes to immigration policy?
- Episode 2.3: Quebec’s immigration policy challenges / Les défis de politique d'immigration au Québec
- Episode 2.2: Care work, activism, and migration policy
- Episode 2.1: How has immigration policy in Canada changed since WWII?
- Episode 1.5: Protecting and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages, with Noelani Arista
- Episode 1.4: The State of Homelessness in Canada, with Nick Falvo
- Episode 1.3: The Future of the Official Languages Act, with Graham Fraser
- Episode 1.2: Why Canada Doesn’t Have Universal Pharmacare, with Katherine Boothe
- Episode 1.1: Canada’s COVID-19 Response, with Dr. Donald Sheppard
Episode 2.5: Canada on a global scale: immigration policy in Europe
Terri Givens, Professor of Political Science at McGill University, joins us to talk about the immigration debate in Europe, the rise of the far right, and what it means for us in Canada.
Episode 2.4: How similar are Canada and the US when it comes to immigration policy?
Irene Bloemraad. Professor of Sociology and the Thomas Garden Barnes Chair of Canadian Studies at the University of California at Berkeley, joins us to talk about Canadian and US immigration policy—how the two countries differ, where they overlap, and what they can learn from each other.
Episode 2.3: Quebec’s immigration policy challenges / Les défis de politique d'immigration au Québec
Mireille Paquet, associate professor of political science at Concordia University and the Concordia Research Chair on the Politics of Immigration, joins us to discuss immigration policy in Quebec and intergovernmental relations over immigration across Canada. / Mireille Paquet, professeure agrégée de sciences politiques à l'Université Concordia et Chaire de recherche Concordia sur les politiques de l'immigration, se joint à nous pour parler de la politique d'immigration au Québec et des relations intergouvernementales en matière d'immigration à travers le Canada.
Episode 2.2: Care work, activism, and migration policy
Ethel Tungohan, Canada Research Chair in Canadian Migration Policy, Impacts and Activism and Associate Professor of Politics and Social Science at York University, joins us to talk about how immigration policy affects migrant workers and the role of organizing and activism when it comes to policy decisions.
Episode 2.1: How has immigration policy in Canada changed since WWII?
This season on “Close-up on Canada,” we are talking about immigration policy in Canada and beyond. Jennifer Elrick, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at McGill University, joins us to give some historical context to the topic.
Episode 1.5: Protecting and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages, with Noelani Arista
When it comes to maintaining, preserving, and reviving Indigenous languages, what are the main challenges that we have to address? Noelani Arista, incoming director of Indigenous Studies at McGill University, joins MISC to discuss her experience studying and working on language revitalization in Hawaii and abroad, and what Canada can learn from other countries.
Episode 1.4: The State of Homelessness in Canada, with Nick Falvo
How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected homelessness policy in Canada? Research consultant and public policy expert Nick Falvo, joins MISC to discuss how to address the problem of homelessness through policy, funding, and more.
Episode 1.3: The Future of the Official Languages Act, with Graham Fraser
How can we understand the past, and future, of Canada's official bilingualism? Graham Fraser, formerly Canada's longest serving Commissioner of Official Languages, joins MISC to discuss the ongoing debate about the history and modernization of the Official Languages Act.
Access the transcript here: fraser_transcript.pdf
Episode 1.2: Why Canada Doesn’t Have Universal Pharmacare, with Katherine Boothe
Why don’t we have universal pharmacare in Canada, and why does that matter? Katherine Boothe (associate professor at McMaster University and member of the Centre for Health Economics and Policy Analysis) joins MISC to talk about Canada’s patchwork of public and private insurance, lack of access to affordable prescription drugs, and how to build pharmacare reform.
Episode 1.1: Canada’s COVID-19 Response, with Dr. Donald Sheppard
Is it possible to give Canada an overall COVID “grade”? Infectious disease clinician and researcher Dr. Donald Sheppard joins MISC to talk about Canada’s national response to COVID-19, his experience working through public health crises, and how we can prepare for (inevitable) future pandemics.