Uninvited: Working Ontario Women News
Hosted by: Karman Wong
We’re not asking permission for a seat at the table. We’re pulling up our own chair, uninvited, to bring you news stories about the issues important to working Ontario women and their families.
We’ll shine a bright light on your success stories and struggles, and hold government accountable for their decisions in the process. It’s free to access, with no restrictions.
COMBATING THE GUN VIOLENCE EPIDEMIC
Karman speaks with with Claire Smith, mother of a victim and survivor of the Danforth shooting and now gun violence prevention advocate, and Dr. Najma Ahmed who is a trauma and emergency surgeon and the co-founder of Canadian Doctors for Protection from Guns.
ONTARIO’S AFFORDABLE HOUSING CRISIS
Karman speaks with Tania Artenosi, president-elect at the Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA), and Jamilla Mohamud, an urban planner and researcher. Join us to discuss what is desperately needed to address Ontario’s affordable housing crisis.
STILL BROKEN: ONTARIO LONG-TERM CARE
Karman speaks with with Julie Perl, a daughter of a long-term care resident, now turned advocate, and Jocelyn Borras, a registered practical nurse, who encounters the failings of this broken system everyday.