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Dr. Scott Masson is an associate professor of English at Tyndale University College and Seminary in Toronto, Ontario. He is also chairman of the Westminster Classical Christian Academy in Toronto, which opened in September of 2014. He spoke wit
Andreas Dalsgaard is a documentary filmmaker and director of The Human Scale, a film directly influenced by Jan Gehl (Cities for People) about how important it is to think of our cities in terms of places for people.
Doug Sikkema interviews Dr. Ellen Davis and Dr. Norman Wirzba of Duke University Divinity School about our world, the environmental movement, and how faith relates to it all.
During Andrew Selee's interview with Milton Friesen, he explains the appeal of think tanks: You work with people ... to think not just, "What does legislation need to look like?" or "What is the best kind of program that should be enacted?" bu
Enrique Mendizabal considers think tanks around the world: "... a very important factor to pay attention to is the level of institutional development of all relevant political actors: political parties, the civil service, academia, the corporat
In this interview, Greusel reflects on whether architecture is a luxury service, how the profession has changed during his tenure, and the ways that architects can contribute to the common good.
Mark Carney on Banking, Trust, and the Culture of Capitalism
Does Canada really need another law school? Janet Epp Buckingham, executive director of Trinity Western University's Laurentian Leadership Centre, believes it does—if the students graduating from it are steeped in the deep Biblical traditions o
Geoff is the Chief Executive of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) in the UK.
In her National Post column and in books such as Unworthy Creature, Barbara Kay is direct, precise, intelligent and, above all, counterintuitive.
Dr. Miller has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas of constitutional law and philosophy of law. He earned his law degree from the University of British Columbia, went on to complete a master of laws at the University of Edinburgh,
Wendell Cox  is principal of Wendell Cox Consultancy (Demographia), an international public policy firm and specializes in urban policy, transport and demographics.
In this interview, Richard Bridge reflects on the legal and social aspects of charity in Canada including the role of hybrid organizations.
Al Etmanski is a collaborator and change agent who has spent a significant part of his life tackling challenging social and policy issues.
What does physics tell us about the world? What can’t it tell us?
In this lecture, Fr. Raymond de Souza discusses Convivium: Faith in Our Common Life.
Charles Leadbeater is one of the world's experts on creativity and innovation. Join host Milton Friesen and Leadbeater as they discuss innovation in the public sector, particularly in Canada. What conditions give rise to innovation and creat
Professor Rainer Knopff, Professor of Political Science at the University of Calgary, delivered this talk at the University of Calgary Medical Centre on November 21, 1996. From the CCR Archives.
This talk is from the Cardus Centre for Cultural Renewal archives. It was originally given in Vancouver, BC, in 1996.
Cardus President Michael VanPelt along with Calgary-based Senior Fellow Ray Pennings and Montreal-based Senior Fellow Peter Stockland discuss the implications of the May 2nd election.
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