26:52 Jan 13, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
24:04 Jan 13, 2017The Agenda discusses the benefits of safe injection sites, which have just received funding from the Ontario government.
19:17 Jan 12, 2017The Agenda looks at the pros and cons of building LRT in Hamilton.
35:12 Jan 12, 2017The Agenda looks at Ontario's public transit plans and needs.
26:19 Jan 11, 2017The Agenda discusses new fundraising rules at Queen's Park.
29:35 Jan 11, 2017The Agenda welcomes Dr. Danielle Martin to discuss her ideas on how to improve health care for all Canadians.
28:39 Jan 10, 2017The Agenda welcomes foreign correspondent Matthew Fisher to talk about his global reporting in 2016.
26:18 Jan 10, 2017The Agenda discusses the role of microbes in human life.
16:44 Jan 09, 2017The Agenda discusses how retail fashion has tranformed from seasonal to of-the-moment and what that means for consumers.
This Week on The Agenda
School Closures in Ontario
The Agenda welcomes Ontario Minister of Education Mitzie Hunter to discuss the fate of several low-enrolment schools slated for closure across the province. Then, a closer look at the tough choices faced by the affected school boards and the impact they'll have on their local communities.
Ontario's Disgraced Coroner; The Case Against Sugar
The Agenda looks back at the lives that were destroyed by former Ontario pathologist, Charles Smith. Then, what role do high sugar diets play in diseases such as diabetes, cancer, stroke, and Alzheimer's?
Dealing With Dementia
Dementia affects thousands of families in Canada. The Agenda convenes a panel to discuss the latest research. Then, a look at how dementia manifests itself differently in Indigenous populations.
What Now, America?; The Spirit of a Country
As Donald Trump prepares to be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, The Agenda examines what changes are in store for the country. Then, American essayist Richard Rodriguez on what his life experience can tell us about the U.S. state of mind.
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights an important story making news this week. Then, school closings, Alzheimer's and dementia in Indigenous communities, the harmful effects of sugar, and what's next for America under Donald Trump. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
My recent look at Kathleen Wynne's unpopularity elicited a deluge of feedback. Here's what some readers said Wynne needs to do to get back into voters' good books
Jowi Taylor shows off a guitar he made out of more than 60 pieces of Canadiana.
In less than three years, the premier has gone from outshining all of her political rivals to being dismissed as a lost cause.
No one will say it publicly, but many politicians find Ontario’s incoming rules tightening up political fundraising ridiculously onerous.
Longtime political strategist John Mykytyshyn looks at the many trends affecting conservatism, from Trump-style populism to a resurgence of social conservatives.