37:22 Mar 30, 2017The Agenda discusses special accommodations made in universities to help students cope with school and campus life.
15:50 Mar 30, 2017The Agenda discusses the rise in students accessing mental health services at colleges and universities.
34:41 Mar 29, 2017The Agenda examines the ongoing turmoil in the Middle East and why democracy seems more elusive than ever.
19:20 Mar 29, 2017The Agenda welcome author Robert Worth to discuss his book, "A Rage for Order: The Middle East in Turmoil, from Tahrir Square to ISIS."
15:30 Mar 28, 2017The Agenda discusses the role of private career colleges in Ontario.
38:37 Mar 28, 2017The Agenda looks at the increased interest in Ontario universities by American students since Donald Trump became president.
27:25 Mar 27, 2017Legendary hip hop band Dream Warriors talk to Nam Kiwanuka about their music and its affect on the Canadian music scene.
26:41 Mar 27, 2017B. Denham Jolly, founder of Flow 93.5, joins The Agenda to discuss his memoir, "In the Black: My Life."
28:11 Mar 24, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
This Week on The Agenda
A Civil Rights Trailblazer; Hip Hop Legends
The Agenda welcomes publisher, broadcaster and civil rights crusader, B. Denham Jolly to discuss his autobiography "In the Black: My Life." Then, legendary Toronto rappers Dream Warriors examine their impact on Canadian hip hop.
A Trump Bump?; Ontario's Career Colleges
The Agenda looks at how the Trump administration is helping Canadian universities attract researchers and students from the United States. Then, an in-depth look at the role of Ontario's more than 600 career colleges.
Tracking Turmoil in the Middle East; After The Arab Spring
The Agenda welcomes author and 2017 Lionel Gelber Prize winner Robert Worth to discuss his book "A Rage for Order: The Middle East in Turmoil, from Tahrir Square to ISIS" which explains how the dream of an Arab renaissance gave way to a new age of discord. Then, why democracy in Arab countries appears more elusive than ever.
Mental Health Crisis On Campus; Reasonable Accommodation?
The Agenda takes a closer look at why a record number of students are accessing mental health services at post-secondary institutions across North America and whether accommodating them is creating a generation of students who cannot cope with pressure.
Protecting Ontario's New Home Buyers; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda examines the proposed changes to Tarion, the not-for-profit corporation which administers Ontario's new home warranty program, and whether they adequately address the concerns that have been raised by consumer advocacy groups. Then, a civil rights trailblazer, hip hop legends Dream Warriors, helping university students be heard, tracking Middle East turmoil, and the campus mental health crisis. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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