Toddcast, with Todd Lyons
In this unedited chat with Natasha Fraser, she remembers her life growing up as the child of a teenage mother.
Todd answers questions about himself, the podcast, and the podcasting medium.
The public service failed her in 2001. Would the next decade demonstrate the improvement she should reasonably expect?
Roles and approaches for Public Servants interested in making meaningful strides along the pathway towards Indigenous Reconciliation.
A conversation with someone well on her way to becoming the person she always felt she was inside.
Greg White and Pierre-Luc Poisson on male privilege, feminism, and masculinity.
Phil White, sculptor and carver, on the preservation of Canada's architectural heritage and the creation of new, original works of art documenting the evolution of our country.
We're a country of immigrants, but many of us don't give much thought to what that means. On this episode, a discussion with someone deeply aware of a life they escaped, and the gift they try to repay in their daily work. Stream or download in