34:49 Jun 27, 2017The Agenda discusses the Trans Canada Trail, slated to be the world's largest recreational pathway.
3:56 Jun 26, 2017The Agenda examines a school where learning to make moccasins and mukluks is forging new connections.
13:55 Jun 26, 2017The Agenda glimpses into a Canadian Museum of History Canada 150 exhibit.
14:31 Jun 26, 2017The Agenda discusses the trailblazers in Canadian music.
33:48 Jun 26, 2017The Agenda welcomes Randy Bachman to discuss his views on the Canadian music industry.
32:41 Jun 23, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
20:14 Jun 23, 2017The Agenda discusses the Ontario Liberals' labour friendly moves and how they may affect their chances for re-election.
6:45 Jun 22, 2017The Agenda discusses the team sport, Quidditch.
31:31 Jun 22, 2017The Agenda talks to some Harry Potter superfans to find out why the book series is still so popular.
This Week on The Agenda
Taking Care of Canadian Music; Celebrating Canada's History
The Agenda welcomes classic rock legend Randy Bachman to discuss the state of Canadian music today. Then, author Randy Ray digs into Canada's rich musical history, the topic of his new book, "As the Years Go By: Conversations With Canada's Folk, Pop & Rock Pioneers." And, the Canadian Museum of History's CEO Mark O'Neill provides a preview of how they'll be celebrating the country's 150th birthday.
The Great Canadian Trail; Mackenzie King's Secret Life
It stretches from coast to coast to coast, and, linking 15,000 communities along 24,000 kilometres, it is the longest recreational trail in the world. The Agenda explores the Great Trail. Then, how former prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King's eccentric private life caused Canadians to rethink what they wanted to know about politicians.
Indigenous Views on Canada 150; First Nations Female Chiefs
The Agenda examines why Canada's 150th anniversary does not have the same celebratory tone for Indigenous people. Then, First Nations women chiefs on the rise in Ontario. The Agenda welcomes four of them to discuss the most pressing issues facing their communities today.
Village of Dreams; Making a Global City
The Agenda welcomes the director and some of the subjects of "Village of Dreams," a documentary airing on TVO this Saturday that celebrates Toronto's Gerrard India Bazaar. Then, a look at Toronto's history of diversity through the experience of one local public school.
The Agenda's Story; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making new this week. Then, the Canadian music industry, the Great Trail, an Indigenous view of Canada 150, and behind the scenes of Toronto's Little India. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
As they prepare for the next campaign, Ontario Liberals are trying to accomplish an all-too-rare feat: get a woman re-elected as leader.
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