Most Recent Podcasts
Maria Odom is the Department of Homeland Security's Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman. She recently visited Ottawa to take part in an international summit on preventing human trafficking. In this podcast, she talks about the cross-border work being done on this very important topic. (9:51, 15.5MB MP3) DHS Blue Campaign »
While visit Ottawa for a conference on the future of US-Canada relations, DHS Assistant Secretary Alan Bersin sat down with us to talk about Beyond the Border -- its past, its present, and its future. (12:27, 17.5MB MP3) Video »
Barry Rabe is a professor of Public and Environmental Policy at the University of Michigan. He recently traveled to Ottawa for talks on his subject matter, and while he was here he sat down with us for a discussion on shale gas, fracking and climate change. (10:39, 15MB MP3)
Sonaar Luthra, the co-founder and CEO of Water Canary, visited Ottawa earlier this year for an Embassy-sponsored roundtable discussion on global warming. While he was here, he sat down with us to talk about how his company is helping fight water-related emergencies around the world. (4:21, 6.2MB MP3) Video »
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