Jane & Dan sit down with “The Nutrition Artist”, Michelle Jaelin. Love on a real train, being from an immigrant family, and building a business - from failure to success, are all discussed. Finally, Jane & Dan reflect on the end of 2019 and share their optimism for the year ahead!
Jane and Dan return from their fall hiatus and sit down with Dr. Dianne Saxe, former Environmental Commissioner of Ontario. #SewerGate and LRT are discussed among a number of other eye-opening issues facing all of Ontario today. Jane and Dan then express their feelings on #SewerGate and LRT and Dan honours a hero in his life who recently passed.
Jane and Dan sit down with Deirdre Pike to discuss her community advocacy, taking on a leading role in the Anglican Diocese of Niagara as a queer Catholic, waging a war on poverty, and managing social media in today's world. Dan gripes about recruiters and Jane talks about the joys of lawn care.
Jane and Dan sit down with University of Guelph professor Dr. Deanna Behnke-Cook to discuss resiliency, beating cancer, and her life as an educator. Dan talks about turning 30 and Jane wishes for better civil discourse during tumultuous times in Hamilton.
Jane and Dan sit down with Hamilton Chamber of Commerce President Keanin Loomis to discuss his career arc, becoming a Hamiltonian and his American roots. Dan talks the Raptors champion run and police officers on twitter. Jane reflects on The Hamilton Spectator's closing their printing presses and the role The Spec has had on her life.