January 26, 2017: My top 3 Ottawa Today interviews from this week

Anne Kingston, Macleans Senior Writer

Macleans Senior Writer, Anne Kingston, joined me this week to discuss the Patrick Brown scandal. Kingston has been writing about the #MeToo movement and the allegations of sexual misconduct against several high profile individuals. Brown denied the sexual misconduct allegations during the press conference and has not yet been charged. For the full interview, listen here.

Vincent De Haître, Canadian Olympic speed skater

Vincent De Haître is joining the Canadian Olympic speed skating team for the second time to compete in the 1000m and 1500m races. De Haître started skating in kindergarten with a neighbour but it quickly became clear that he was a natural on the ice. He joined a local club with a learn to speed skate program and by the age of eight he wanted to go to the Olympics. Listen here for his full story.

Allison Yarrow, journalist, TED resident and author

Allison Yarrow is a journalist, TED resident and author of the forthcoming “90s Bitch: Women, Media, and The Failed Promise of Gender Equality.” She joined me to discuss her piece in the National Post: Tonya Harding is having her moment of redemption. Now Nancy Kerrigan deserves hers. For more, take a listen.  

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