Huddle Presents: Home Office
May 25, 2020 58 min
Judith Mackin and Robert Moore on creativity and entrepreneurship
Huddle Editor Mark Leger chats with Judith Mackin and Robert Moore. Mackin is an interior designer and owner of Tuck Studio in Saint John. Moore is a university professor, poet and now painter. Mark chatted with the entrepreneurial and creative couple about growing a business and artistic practice even as Covid-19 slows down most people and companies.
May 14, 2020 52 min
Don Mills On Reopening Nova Scotia's Economy
Huddle Editor Mark Leger chats with Don Mills, business leader and newspaper columnist, about reopening Nova Scotia’s economy. The longtime pollster and thought leader says it could begin in the regions outside Halifax, where there are few cases of Covid-19. Mills also discusses the future of the New Brunswick economy as it moves through its current recovery phases.
May 07, 2020 54 min
A Kitchen Conversation with Jesse Vergen and Doug Townsend
Huddle Editor Mark Leger chats with Jesse Vergen of the Saint John Alehouse and Doug Townsend of The Canteen in Dartmouth about the Maritime restaurant scene. Both places feature former Food Network Top Chef Canada competitors and loyal customer bases in downtown areas with great restaurant scenes before the Covid-19 crisis hit.
Apr 30, 2020 1 hr 1 min
Lisa Hrabluk and Dhirendra Shukla on Deep Change
On this episode of Home Office, Huddle Editor Mark Leger chats with Lisa Hrabluk and Dhirendra Shukla, founders of the Centre for Deep Change at the University of New Brunswick. The province is a North American leader on recovery from Covid-19. Lisa and Dhirendra say let's take the lead too on transitioning to a new economic, social and political age.
Apr 22, 2020 1 hr 11 min
David Alston and Marcel LeBrun on "The Dance"
On the debut episode of Home Office, Huddle Editor Mark Leger chats with David Alston and Marcel LeBrun, former executives at Radian6 and Salesforce who are actively involved in community initiatives in New Brunswick. They recently published a two-part series in Huddle on a plan to reopen communities and the economy as the province emerges from the COVID-19 crisis.