A podcast exploring data about Canada, how to visualize it, and what it all means. Podcasts are released monthly along with posts on this site providing the links to the data and visualizations we talk about. Here are the the podcasters:

Frazier Fathers

Frazier is a researcher, blogger and community advocate. He has made a name for himself as one of the go to people for information on socio/economic data and trends in Southwestern Ontario. He has 2 masters’ degrees; one in Public Policy from University of Michigan, and one in Political Science from the University of Windsor.
Follow Frazier on Twitter: @Frazier_Fathers

John Haldeman

John is an Information security analyst and software developer who spends his day building systems to ship information security data back and forth. Part of his job is developing metrics and visualizations to help understand computer security issues. Visualization of open data is a hobby of his.
Follow John on Twitter: @JLHaldeman

Katie Renaud

Katie is an active community member with a background in research, human resource development, and marketing. She has a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Calgary and a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Illinois. She has a passion for evidence-driven community development and helping people from all backgrounds access and understand data.
Follow Katie on Twitter: @KatieNRenaud

Doug Sartori

Doug Sartori is a professional consultant and software architect. His work in the community has included workforce advocacy and political organizing. A supporter of free software and open data, Doug is interested in making public information available and accessible to everyone in the community.
Follow Doug on Twitter: @doug_sartori