20:13 May 23, 2017The Agenda discusses the challenges of living with autism.
33:28 May 23, 2017The Agenda discusses discrimation some older workers face.
17:18 May 22, 2017The Agenda learns how one Ontario school proved how multiculturalism can thrive.
37:58 May 22, 2017The Agenda discusses what it means to have an Ontario identity.
33:49 May 19, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
20:14 May 19, 2017The Agenda discusses Jagmeet Singh's entrance into the federal NDP leadership race.
33:23 May 18, 2017The Agenda discusses Ontario's use of segregation in prisons.
20:43 May 18, 2017The Agenda welcomes Howard Sapers to discuss his interim report on the use of segregation in Ontario correctional institutions.
11:29 May 17, 2017The Agenda discusses what's involved with online voting.
This Week on The Agenda
Ontario Identity; Making a Global City
Ontario has a diverse makeup of nationalities and cultures and is home to almost 40 per cent of Canadians. But what does it specifically mean to be an Ontarian? The Agenda explores what defines an Ontario identity. Then, a look at Toronto's history of diversity through the experience of one local public school.
Ageism in the Workplace?; Autism Awareness
The Agenda examines some of the age-discrimination challenges facing older workers in today's workplace and what solutions exist to overcome the problem. Then, Conservative MP Mike Lake and his son Jaden, share some of the challenges and achievements associated with families raising children with autism.
From MPP to Dean; Forestry Builds Communities
The Agenda welcomes former cabinet minister David Orazietti to reflect on his life in politics, his future in the post-secondary world, and a by-election in his town of Sault Ste. Marie. Then, why it's important to support forest product workers and the northeastern Ontario communities that rely on this important sector.
The Jordan Decision; Breaking Employment Barriers
The Agenda convenes a panel of Crown and defense lawyers to discuss how courts have adjusted under new rules on trial delays. Then, how social entrepreneurial ventures are creating meaningful job opportunities for people with barriers to employment.
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week. Then, how a local school addresses diversity, ageism in the workplace, an update on Ontario's forestry industry, and the Jordan decision on trial delays. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
The assumption that the 2018 Ontario election is the Tories’ to lose has led to some embarrassing fights at the riding level
The speaker of the legislature isn’t running again, leading to insta-commentary proclaiming that Liberals are abandoning ship. The real explanation might be much more mundane.
The latest chapter in the rollercoaster relationship between the premier of Ontario and the mayor of Toronto: PC Leader Patrick Brown and John Tory make friends.
It makes for great optics, but what does the health care expansion really amount to?
An original Common Sense Revolutionary analyzes the federal Conservative leadership field with less than a month to go before the party votes.