Culture At A Crossroads
He attributes his faith to helping get through 9/11 with Jean Chrétien and the 2008 recession with Dalton McGuinty.
Today, former Politician, John Milloy focuses on how faith and politics intertwine with each other at Laurier's Martin Luther University College. He may have been out of politics for a while but he still has a hunger for trying to get the next generation to think through their worldview.
Milloy’s job as a professor and researcher has given him the opportunity to show how having faith gives you an others-centred perspective.
He has the experience as a recipient of multiple awards and achievements including Chancellor John B. Sweeney Award for Leadership in Catholic University Education from St. Jerome’s University, Distinguished Graduate Award from the Waterloo Catholic District School Board, and Government House Leader from 2007-2014.
Welcome to the twelfth (fourteenth unofficial) episode of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes here or search for Culture At A Crossroads on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts and listen for free.
This is a profile on John Milloy of Martin Luther University College. He first got out
Dec 12, 2003 - Chrétien resigns as PM
Nov 25, 2003 - Liberals win with McGuinty
Apr 1, 2015 - After leaving post as Kitchener Centre MPP in 2014, Milloy joins Laurier faculty
Oct 24, 2017 - Recession of 2008-09 in Canada
Sept 11, 2018 - Canadian's response to 9/11
Feb 14, 2020 - Kitchener Waterloo region growing
Milloy has also spent time working at the Centre for Governance and Innovation in Waterloo and he has written several book exploring politics and religion, including Faith Matters.