4:45 Jun 21, 2017The Agenda discusses benefits and drawbacks of gentrification.
38:36 Jun 21, 2017The Agenda discusses the documentary, "The Stairs," about drug addiction and harm reduction in Toronto's Regent Park.
33:43 Jun 20, 2017The Agenda analyzes the merits of Ontario's basic income pilot.
20:47 Jun 20, 2017The Agenda welcomes Hugh Segal to discuss Ontario's new basic income pilot.
28:40 Jun 19, 2017The Agenda welcomes Mamdouh Shoukri to discuss his ten years as president of York University.
30:52 Jun 19, 2017The Agenda discusses Canada's approach to HIV non-disclosure.
33:23 Jun 16, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
20:54 Jun 16, 2017The Agenda looks at the Ontario real estate market.
32:35 Jun 15, 2017Dr. Thomas Ungar, chief psychiatrist at St. Michael's Hospital, discusses whether men wait too long to get the help they need.
This Week on The Agenda
HIV Criminalization in Canada; Overseeing York University
The Agenda examines Canada's laws governing HIV non-disclosure and why some find them dangerously out of date. Then, outgoing York University president Mamdouh Shoukri looks back on his ten years in charge and the ups and downs of running a major university.
Testing Basic Income in Ontario
This spring, Ontario launched a guaranteed minimum income pilot program in three Ontario cities. The Agenda welcomes Hugh Segal, whose advice helped design the made-in-Ontario program. Then, experts analyze whether it's an economically effective way to provide income security to people living on low incomes.
Life on Society's Margins; 10 Questions on Gentrification
The Agenda examines the lives of habitual drug users in Toronto's Regent Park, the topic of the award-winning documentary, "The Stairs," airing tonight at 9 p.m. on TVO. Then, urbanist Richard Florida weighs in on whether gentrification renews or destroys communities.
Harry Potter Turns 20
It's been 20 years since the first Harry Potter book hit the shelves. The Agenda examines how the series became an unprecedented cultural force which still has an effect on adults and children alike.
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week. Then, HIV non-disclosure, guaranteed income pilot, gentrification, and Harry Potter at 20. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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