Lasting Impact of Covid-19 on Border Travel
In our final episode of season two, we are discussing the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is still having at our border bridge crossings in Niagara. Dolores and Chris welcome Stephanie Dafoe from the Niagara Falls Bridge Commission, Kevin Jacobi from Canada BW, and Wayne Handzlik from Way Bri Express.
How Filling the Skilled Trades Labour Shortage Starts in Schools
Did you ever consider a career in the trades? Or have your kids shown interest in a trade? On this episode of South Niagara Conversations, we dive into the importance of teaching young people the importance of trades and why it can lead to a rewarding career. Thank you to Anthony Corrizzato fort NCDSB, Marco Magazzeni from NCDSB and Rich Di Pietro from IBEW Local 303 joining us for this important conversation.
What will it take to Survive Niagara's Post-Pandemic Labour Shortage
Will the businesses that survived the pandemic survive the labour shortage? Dolores and Chris welcome Jhon Canon from On Demand Staffing, Vivian Kinnaird from Niagara Workforce Planning Board and Dave Bouckenooghe from Brock University to discuss the issues currently facing Niagara's labour market.
Does the future of politics include AI?
In this episode of South Niagara Conversations, we discuss the practicality of Craig W. Turner's novel, the CampAIgn, in our current political system. Dolores and Chris welcome author Craig W. Turner, Joanne Heritz Assistant Professor of Political Science at Brock University, and Dave Meslin author of TEARDOWN: Rebuilding Democracy from the Ground Up to the conversation.
Advancing Patient Care at Niagara Health through Modern Technology
In this episode of South Niagara Conversations, we are discussing how modern technology is being leveraged to make access for patients easier at Niagara Health. We welcome Sonali Kohli, Vice President, Diagnostics and Chief Information Officer and Dr. Benjamin Tam, Physician Critical Care Medicine to the conversation.