14:49 May 03, 2016The Agenda looks at the practicalities of organic agriculture.
9:22 May 03, 2016Ken Coates answers 10 questions about the future of indigenous people in Canada.
30:19 May 03, 2016The Agenda examines the impact of a major court ruling that would open the door to more funding for Canada's Métis people.
14:17 May 02, 2016Ved Tandan, past president of the Ontario Medical Association discusses contract negotiations between doctors and the Ontario government.
24:43 May 02, 2016The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
14:56 May 02, 2016Health Minister Eric Hoskins joins The Agenda to discuss the latest in contract negotiations with the Ontario Medical Association.
15:27 Apr 29, 2016The Agenda discusses the fate of the world's Kurdish population.
38:50 Apr 29, 2016The Agenda gets an update on Syrian refugee children and youth in Ontario schools.
55:12 Apr 28, 2016At the WGSI Open Access Energy Summit, The Agenda discusses the future of energy technology.
This Week on The Agenda
Indigenous Lives and Future
The Agenda examines the ramifications of a major court ruling for Canada's Métis people. Then, author Ken Coates discusses the future of indigenous people in Canada. Also, how emotions play into the debate about organic agriculture.
The Leap Manifesto and Australia's Asylum Seekers
The Agenda examines the Leap Manifesto, a controversial document calling for radical change to protect the environment and create greater equality. Also, The Agenda takes a close look at Australia's ban on migrants who arrive by boat.
Teva Harrison discusses her cancer diagnosis and her approach to living with the disease. Also, Auschwitz survivor Max Eisen discusses why it's important to keep his story alive.
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights an important story from this week and reviews its week of programming.
A new documentary on disgraced politician Anthony Weiner captures the nuance and complexity of a campaign in free fall, as well as surprising moments between Weiner and his equally famous wife Huma Abedin.
Premier Kathleen Wynne and her cabinet have tough decisions ahead. Will she be able to do right by indigenous communities while keeping her infrastructure promise and balancing the budget next year?
While this is not a call for less transparency and accountability, we have to cut public servants some slack if we want them to figure out ways to serve us better.
He may be joining the ranks of Ontario’s octogenarians, but David Crombie is still one of the most relevant players in our province today. Here’s why.
Demographic and financial pressures could soon give way to an overhaul of the way this province’s colleges and universities work together.