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Mon
Jul 04

The Agenda in the Summer: Drag Queens

Performers discuss their lives as drag queens, as well as the myths and realities of the drag queen culture.

Tue
Jul 05

The Agenda in the Summer: Trey Anthony

Filmmaker Trey Anthony explores the mother-daughter dynamic in the black community, and her work creating art for a black audience.

Wed
Jul 06

The Agenda in the Summer: Jael Ealey Richardson, Chuck Ealey

Former CFL quarterback Chuck Ealey and his daughter, Jael Ealey Richardson, discuss their complex relationship, the subject of her book, "The Stone Thrower."

Thu
Jul 07

The Agenda in the Summer: George Elliott Clarke

Author and poet George Elliott Clarke discusses his book "The Motorcyclist," loosely based on his father's life in 1959 Halifax.

Fri
Jul 08

The Agenda in the Summer: Duana Taha

Duana Taha, author of "The Name Therapist," discusses naming trends and the culture and meaning behind names.

Steve Paikin's Blog

Toronto’s mayor knows the case for a multi-billion subway extension into Scarborough is risky. But there are solid reasons why he's going for it. 

Yes, a majority of Britons voted to leave the European Union. But that doesn't mean the Brexit is, as they say in Brussels, a fait accompli.

Here's why the changing narrative of a revitalized and increasingly legitimate Senate is a good thing. 

Kathleen Wynne’s efforts towards a made-in-Ontario pension strategy were a big factor in Monday’s Canada Pension Plan deal.

Unlike the toxic Supreme Court system south of the border, Canada’s top court plays an active part in promoting social unity. 

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