Mary wrote a novel called Crying For the Moon – and you can find a link right here
If you’re interested in a walk down memory lane to see some of Mary’s television shows and movies, or even if you just want to get a sense of the causes she supports, you can visit her website – here's a link
Pam has just released her latest book, Warrior Blood. It is her second collection of writings from her Indigenous Nationhood blogs, from newspaper op-eds and from magazine articles which reflect on issues impacting Indigenous peoples - here's a link
Pam’s first book is called Beyond Blood: Rethinking Indigenous Identity - you can buy it here
Pam is an active podcaster – she hosts both the Warrior Life and Warrior Kids podcasts, both of which can be found on her website here
Pam also writes a blog called Indigenous Nationhood. It’s housed on her website, and you can follow this link to read it
Pam is the Chair of Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University. If you’re interested in more information on the program, you can click on this link
Pam’s website houses her podcasts plus links to her books and blog, but it’s also filled with information on human rights, public inquiries, inquest and Coroner’s reports and annual reports – this link leads you to her Resources page
Susan’s most recent book, Shopping for Votes was a finalist for the Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for non-fiction
Susan explored the uncomfortable relationship between Jean Chretien and Paul Martin in Juggernaut – Paul Martin’s Campaign for Chretien’s Crown
When her close friend, MP Shaughnessy Cohen, died on the floor of the House of Commons, Susan grieved and then memorialized her friend in Shaughnessy: The Passionate Politics of Shaughnessy Cohen
Susan covered the Charlottetown Accord consultations and negotiations as they moved across Canada in the early 1990’s – her experience resulted in United We Fall: The Crisis of Democracy in Canada
At the end of our interview, Susan noted that one of the most popular articles she ever published was the one featuring the friendship between Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland – you can find that article here
Want to learn more about the FCM?
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national voice for Canada’s local governments.
Carole’s on Twitter! Click here to follow her engaging feed.
If you own a business that’s looking to go global,
Ailish and her team can help – visit the Trade
Commissioner Service website here
If you or someone you love is struggling with infertility
or pregnancy loss, these resources may help guide
you on health your journey:
Here is a link to Amanda’s book, Love Lives Here
Amanda writes a blog where she conveys her honest, raw and sometimes very funny experiences of daily life – read it here
If you or someone you love is looking for resources, here are a few organizations which might be able to offer the support you need:
Minister Gould spoke passionately about getting women into politics and what changes need to happen on Parliament Hill to retain the women who do run and get elected. She supports the Women in House program and continues to host students in her office.
Perdita has a highly engaging personal website – you can find it here
For an overview of Perdita’s Olympic career, check out this Team Canada link
Perdita is hosting a new TV series called
All-Round Champion. You can take a look here
Here’s a sneak peak at the cover of
Perdita’s soon-to-be-published memoir
Beverley McLachlin’s remarkable memoir Truth Be Told: My Journey Through Life and Law has recently been nominated for the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing by the Writers’ Trust of Canada. You can find a link to the book here
Not only is she a former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, she’s a successful mystery writer too! Beverley McLachlin’s first crime fiction novel, Full Disclosure, was published in 2018 and the next installment is coming soon.
Chief Justice McLachlin remains an international jurist through her work with the Singapore International Commercial Court and the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal. She also works as an arbitrator and mediator in Canada and around the world. More info.
You can watch episodes of Next Gen Den with Nicole here
If you’re interested in learning more about Nicole’s company OMX, you can check out their website
Nicole was named Woman Entrepreneur of the Year by Startup Canada, which has chapters across Canada to support entrepreneurs of all kinds – if you need more info, visit
As a child, Nicole was inspired by Robert Munsch’s iconic children’s book Angela’s Airplane, which made her want to become a pilot.
Marci co-hosts THE SOCIAL, which airs live weekdays at 1 p.m. (2 p.m. AT) on CTV. THE SOCIAL is also available on demand across CTV’s digital platforms including CTV.ca, TheSocial.ca, and the CTV app.
Exciting news! Marci mentions in our conversation that she has a book coming out this Fall… it’s called Off Script – Notes on Living Life to the Fullest and you can find more info here
Marci is passionate about ending racism and discrimination in Canada. She co-hosted a recent special on CTV called Change in Action: Racism in Canada – if you missed it, here’s a link
For more information on Catherine McKenna,
please visit her website here
To learn more about Level Justice click here
For more information on Michelle Valberg and to buy one of her books click here.
To learn more about her Planet Hope click here
For further information on Project North click here
In Episode #3 of The Honest Talk, Bree Jamieson Holloway talks about the profound impact of the racism she faced growing up. As #BlackLivesMatter discussions and demonstrations take place around the world, Bree provides us with a list of books that help her own three children feel empowered while celebrating diversity and inclusion.
Additionally, we wanted to provide you with two news links we thought you might find important. The first article is written by Mark O’Neill, President and CEO of the Canadian Museum of History, and puts the history of racism in Canada into context click here
The second article is by business leader Wes Hall, and addresses the lack of diversity in Canadian board rooms and corporate offices click here
Episode 2 guest Ann Douglas sparks conversations that matter about parenting and mental health. She is a best selling author and a commentator for all things parenting.
For more information on Ann, and for a list of her many books, please click here
If you’re looking for a link to Ann’s latest
book Happy Parents, Happy Kids, here it is