26:32 Aug 22, 2017Shaun Loney discusses his businesses which help improve the lives of people who depend on some form of social assistance.
26:35 Aug 22, 2017Phoebe Maltz Bovy discusses her book, "The Perils of 'Privilege'"
26:28 Aug 21, 2017Natalie Harris is a leading advocate for paramedics with PTSD. She discusses her book, "Save-My-Life School: A First Responder's Mental Health Journey."
25:50 Aug 18, 2017The Agenda in the Summer learns about a collective of farmers bringing fresh, local produce to Toronto customers.
26:12 Aug 17, 2017Top-performing secondary school students in Ontario can join SHAD, a program suited to science, technology, engineering, arts and math. Nam Kiwanuka learns more.
26:32 Aug 16, 2017Dr. Elaine Chin, a practitioner of personalized medicine, discusses what the relatively new field of study can do for patients.
26:28 Aug 15, 2017André Picard discusses his new book on the topic of public health issues in Canada.
26:35 Aug 14, 2017Physician James Maskalyk discusses his experience in an emergency room.
14:27 Aug 11, 2017Harrison James, principal dancer at the National Ballet of Canada, talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his early training and rise to the top of his craft.
This Week on The Agenda
The Agenda in the Summer: Natalie Harris
Author Natalie Harris talks to Nam Kiwanuka about the perils of life as a first responder and her experience with PTSD after responding to an attempted murder-suicide.
The Agenda in the Summer: Shaun Loney
Shaun Loney talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his book, "An Army of Problem Solvers," which outlines how the so-called solutions economy can help both the government's finances and specific communities, including First Nations in Canada.
The Agenda in the Summer: Phoebe Maltz Bovy
American writer Phoebe Maltz Bovy discusses the concept of privilege as a rhetorical tool in social media, academia, and political discourse, the topic of her book, "The Perils of 'Privilege.'"
The Agenda in the Summer: Charitable Giving
Summer is full of charitable events. The Agenda in the Summer discusses how fundraisers vie for public attention and donations.
The Agenda in the Summer: Moose in Decline
There are fewer moose in Ontario than ever. The Agenda in the Summer discusses what is being done to preserve the numbers.
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