36:28 Oct 02, 2015One of this week's top stories is highlighted on The Agenda.
17:51 Oct 02, 2015The Agenda looks at the dispute between Ontario doctors and the province.
28:49 Oct 02, 2015A panel of experts discuss the legacy of the NDP's one and only Ontario government of 25 years ago.
25:19 Oct 02, 2015Bob Rae discusses how Canadian politics is fractured and recommends fixes.
40:52 Oct 01, 2015The Agenda looks at personal experiences of some refugees who have successfully found a home in Canada.
12:53 Oct 01, 2015John Ibbitson discusses changes made to Canada's immigration policy that affect refugees looking for a safe home.
21:44 Oct 01, 2015Steve Paikin sits down with John Mykytyshyn and Jess Spindler to catch up on what's been happening at Queen's Park.
16:26 Sep 30, 2015Robert Fisk discusses who's really under threat from ISIS.
38:04 Sep 30, 2015The Agenda discusses the foreign affairs platforms of the Liberal, NDP and Conservative parties.
This Week on the Agenda
Counting Votes, Counting Money
The Agenda looks at how effective strategic voting is as a tool to unseat the current federal government. Then, Canada's first parliamentary budget officer, Kevin Page joins Steve Paikin for a discussion about his experiences in the post.
That Elusive Youth Vote
The Agenda follows up last night's broadcast of The Drop: Why Young People Don't Vote" with a round-table on how political parties can attract that elusive youth vote; how can platforms and candidates include issues that are important to young people.
Pharma-care Promises, Seniors Interests
The Agenda analyzes the national pharmacare campaign promises. Then, what is in the party platforms for seniors, who now outnumber children in Canada?
The Agenda looks at what Ontario voters want to see from the next Canadian government. Then, the value of running deficits has been much debated in the federal election campaign. The Agenda looks at the past and future of deficits.
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
Highlighting the story that made top news this week. The, The Agenda brings you its Week in Review.
While I’d never suggest people ignore the current election campaign, get ready for the greatest thrill ride in sports — the Major League Baseball playoffs.
Two weeks ago, pundits were proclaiming Stephen Harper politically dead. But with rising poll numbers and a confident Munk Debate performance, he seems to have found his mojo.
Even 25 years after being sworn in, Bob Rae’s premiership is still a controversial talking-point for many. But what if he was just a victim of bad timing?
Here’s an open letter to Rudyard Griffiths, who will be moderating Monday night’s leaders’ debate on foreign policy.
Unless the polls change significantly over the next four weeks, these Conservative candidates will likely say goodbye to their jobs.