Spin Reduxit loyalists in the Saint John area are invited to our very first, and altogether experimental, "live" podcast, which we will record this Fri., Aug. 13, at the City Market.
Daniel McHardie and I will be at the Java Moose Coffee location at the market from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to record an extended Spin Reduxit podcast. We're inviting three engaged, civic-minded New Brunswickers to join us for our discussion: urban activist Kurt Peacock, lawyer and former Saint John Board of Trade chair Nathalie Godbout, and Melissa Wah, a recent St. Thomas University grad who's working for 21inc, the youth leadership program.
Our topics will include urban issues, the energy hub, and the way Saint John sees, and is seen by, the rest of the province. After our discussion, we'll invite questions from anyone who shows up. We want to emphasize that we don't see this as a forum for the exchange of partisan talking points. Still, we're going to try to keep things loose and fun.
-- Jacques Poitras