18:27 Nov 27, 2015Lawrence Hill discusses his book "The Illegal," on the topic of migrants and refugees.
57:07 Nov 27, 2015What does it take to leave home to try to create a life in a new country? The Agenda looks at the refugee journey.
21:03 Nov 26, 2015Tonya Surman, co-founder and CEO of The Centre for Social Innovation discusses leadership and her life as an activist.
23:27 Nov 26, 2015The Agenda looks at 50 years of the U.S. Voting Rights Act.
18:53 Nov 26, 2015Journalists in Iran face potential dangers just by working there. What are the effects of this constant worry?
19:42 Nov 26, 2015Is your boss watching you work? Esther Kaplan explains how and why workplace monitoring is on the rise.
13:06 Nov 25, 2015Richard Peddie, former head of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, discusses his leadership style.
24:44 Nov 25, 2015Ben Bernanke discusses his experiences before, during and after the financial crisis that began in 2007.
56:56 Nov 24, 2015Dalton McGuinty discusses his contribution to Ontario politics.
This Week on the Agenda
View from the Premier's Office
Premier of Ontario is arguably the second most important political position in the country. The Agenda discusses what it takes to do the job with five former premiers - Dalton McGuinty, David Peterson, Bob Rae, Mike Harris and Ernie Eves.
What does it take to lead? What skills and stamina do you need to rise to the top? Three high profile principals - Tonya Surman, Ben Bernanke and Richard Peddie - discuss their journeys to the top of their fields.
Battling for Human Rights
The Agenda examines key challenges to human rights - past, present and future. First, a look at the U.S. Voting Rights Act which turned 50 this year, and its challenges. Then, The Agenda examines the rise of workplace monitoring. Finally, Maziar Bahari discusses the difficulties journalists face in Iran.
Over the past several months, the news has been full of countless stories of refugees who have made dangerous journeys to try for a better life. The Agenda discusses what it takes for someone to leave their world behind, and what it takes for a new country to truly feel like home.
The Future is Now
The less certainty there is about the future, the more anxious people become about how to be prepared for it. The Agenda is joined by authors of two new books that offer glimpses of what life might look like, and what skills will be needed.
Why do so many people think they can be excessively rude and personal when attacking politicians?
Brooklyn used to be a symbol of urban decay. Now, it’s an example of a grand transformation to a chic and desirable locale. Can Hamilton follow suit?
Does Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown's speech to the GTA Leader's Dinner signal a dramatically new Ontario conservative movement?
At this time of year, our thoughts turn to people such as Jody Mitic, who served this country valiantly in the Canadian Forces. Likewise, we must remember important figures such as Mordechai Ronen, who survived the horrors of Auschwitz.
Deconstructing Election 2015 results tells us more about wins and losses, second-place finishers and who has the best chance of defeating the incumbent next time.