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Aug 01

The Agenda in the Summer: Food Waste

Tammara Soma, an urban planning PhD candidate, discusses the role of food waste in the sustainability of Canada's food system.

Aug 02

The Agenda in the Summer: Domestic Violence

Experts in domestic violence speak to Nam Kiwanuka about how to raise awareness of a problem that one in three women worldwide will experience.

Aug 03

The Agenda in the Summer: Barriers to Success

The Agenda in the Summer discusses the difficulties university graduates with disabilities experience as they set out to find work.

Aug 04

The Agenda in the Summer: Surviving Child Abuse

Roch Longueépée talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his work fighting for survivors of institutional child abuse.

Aug 05

The Agenda in the Summer: Gail Lord

Cultural consultant Gail Lord discusses the influence of arts sectors - specifically museums - on the growth of cities.

Steve Paikin's Blog

Ontario’s doctors should look to the precedent set by elementary school teachers. History tells us that turning down a generous offer from the government could make things even worse.

For the first time in a quarter-century, thousands of dissatisfied doctors have forced a halt to a vote on a tentative agreement. But can the proposed deal with the province change enough to satisfy them?

Just when it looked as if the province and the OMA had their issues all figured out, a doctor-led mutiny erupted. Here's what happened. 

The provincial government announced this week that Ontario’s annual economic growth rate was much better than forecast. Here’s why a large part of the province isn’t feeling the upsurge.  

New cabinet minister Eleanor McMahon inherited a department that has drafted the province’s first culture strategy. Here’s why reworking budget allocations could give a boost to artistic investments and projects.

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