14:21 Feb 21, 2017The Agenda looks at Alectra, the GTHA's newly-formed electricity company.
39:24 Feb 21, 2017The Agenda discusses solutions to the rising cost of energy in Ontario.
24:21 Feb 20, 2017The Agenda welcomes Marina Nemat to share her story about fleeing Iran for a new life in Canada.
31:10 Feb 17, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
22:09 Feb 17, 2017The Agenda discusses the recent Sixties Scoop Ontario Superior Court ruling.
18:18 Feb 16, 2017The Agenda welcomes Hodan Nalayeh to share positive, uplifting and inspiring Somali stories.
35:51 Feb 16, 2017The Agenda discusses why it's important for arts and culture to reflect the Black male experience.
12:54 Feb 15, 2017The Agenda discusses how senior executives can sponsor and mentor female employees.
10:28 Feb 15, 2017The Agenda discusses how to encourage girls and women to pursue STEM careers.
This Week on The Agenda
Finding Refuge in Canada; Someone Else's Recipe Book
The Agenda welcomes Iranian-Canadian writer Marina Nemat to share her story of survival inside an Iranian prison and how she became an international social justice worker. Then, The Agenda unpacks the connection between food, culture and identity.
GTHA's Giant Utility Merger; Tackling Ontario's Electricity
Three leading Ontario electrical utilities have merged to become Alectra Inc. The Agenda welcomes the company's new president and CEO to discuss what this will mean to almost a million Ontario residents. Then, experts weigh in on ways the province can reduce rising energy prices.
Stephen Harper's Legacy
The Agenda welcomes some of the writers who recently contributed to "The Harper Factor: Assessing a Prime Minister's Policy Legacy." The book examines how Harper succeeded and how he fell short in various policy domains between 2006 and 2015.
Flight to Freedom; Blurred Racial Narratives
The Agenda welcomes historian and archeologist Karolyn Smardz Frost to discuss the impact slavery and the American Civil War had on Canada's Black population. Then, to what extent do race relations in the U.S. shape the African-Canadian experience?
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights an important story this week and reviews its week of programming.
Ontario MPPs Jim Bradley, Ted McMeekin, and Mario Sergio reflect on the half-year since they left cabinet.
The dispute between Kathleen Wynne and John Tory over road tolls raises larger questions about the relationship between the province and local governments.
The premier has surprised both John Tory and many observers by rejecting Toronto's plan to impose road tolls to pay for transit. But that decision will help Wynne, the opposition parties, and Tory himself.
It would be incredibly risky, but here’s one bold idea that might result in an unexpected election victory in 2018.
For more than 30 years, bilingualism has been considered a requirement for any serious contender for prime minister. Those days may be ending.