In front of a sold-out audience at the Toronto Hunt Club, Tony Chapman sat down with Steve Paikin, the anchor of the flagship current affairs program, The Agenda. Paikin is a recipient of the Order of Canada, an author, a documentary producer, and one of Canada’s most admired journalists.
You’ll hear about Paikin’s upbringing, the values he learned from his parents and mentors, and what led him into journalism.
Over the course of the event, Paikin revealed himself to be fearless and brave but surprisingly modest and humble for someone who has accomplished so much. He is also very funny, yet at times very emotional — his story about interviewing Mikhail Gorbachev, the eighth and final leader of the Soviet Union, was worth the price of admission alone.
Discover some powerful lessons on the importance of chasing life with purpose and passion while at the same time embracing it with love and compassion.
The Marketing Hall of Legends and the Canadian Marketing and PR Hall of Fame Inductee Tony Chapman host Chatter That Matters. Each week Tony chats with an inspiring person who matters. Someone with the courage and conviction to overcome circumstances, chase their dreams, and change their world and ours for the better. The show is about positivity and the possibility to counter all the negativity and a growing sense of impossibility.
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