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.
11:36 Aug 11, 2017Nam Kiwanuka discusses ballet training with two male students from Canada's national ballet school.
26:34 Aug 10, 2017Christopher DiCarlo suggest ways to improve critical thinking in an age when deciphering news and information can be challenging.
26:23 Aug 09, 2017Lee Mackenzie joins The Agenda in the Summer to discuss her book, "The Charming Predator: The True Story of How I Fell in Love with and Married a Sociopathic Fraud."
26:25 Aug 08, 2017Economist and author Don Thompson discusses the secrets behind the economics that shape the art industry.
This Week on The Agenda
The Agenda in the Summer: The Emergency Room
Emergency room doctor James Maskalyk talks with Nam Kiwanuka about his experiences working in emergency rooms where he sees the worst and best in humanity.
The Agenda in the Summer: André Picard
Globe and Mail health columnist André Picard talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his book, "Matters of Life and Death: Public Health Issues in Canada," which covers such topics as Canada's medical assistance in dying law, First Nations medical care, the legalization of marijuana, and more.
The Agenda in the Summer: Dr. Elaine Chin
Personalized medicine practitioner Dr. Elaine Chin talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her book, "Lifeline: Unlock the Secrets of Your Telomeres for a Longer, Healthier Life."
The Agenda in the Summer: SHAD
Nam Kiwanuka discusses SHAD, a program for top-performing secondary school students studying science, technology, engineering, arts and math, with its CEO and a pair of graduates.
The Agenda in the Summer: Farms in the City
A collective of city farmers is bringing fresh, local food to customers in the Toronto area. Nam Kiwanuka learns more from members of Fresh City Farms and the Black Farmers.
Caroline Mulroney’s entrance into provincial politics gives Patrick Brown and the Progressive Conservatives a lift.
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