34:00 Jan 20, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
20:21 Jan 20, 2017The Agenda discusses a national new health accord.
27:58 Jan 19, 2017The Agenda asks what's next for the U.S. under Donald Trump's presidency.
48:52 Jan 19, 2017The Agenda welcomes Richard Rodriguez to describe his life in California.
19:31 Jan 18, 2017The Agenda examines how dementia manifests differently in Indigenous communities.
34:15 Jan 18, 2017The Agenda discusses the latest research on Alzheimer's and dementia.
24:58 Jan 17, 2017The Agenda asks whether sugar is the new tobacco.
29:58 Jan 17, 2017The Agenda welcomes author John Chipman to discuss his book, "Death in the Family."
36:08 Jan 16, 2017The Agenda examines what's behind Ontario school closures.
This Week on The Agenda
Challenges of a Sharing Economy; The Next World War
The Agenda examines the growing popularity of services such as Airbnb and what steps should be taken to address concerns from residents, politicians, and businesses. Then, law professor Frank Pasquale on how the sharing economy is a force that undermines local needs and effective governance. And, 10 questions with futurist Peter Singer about what the next global conflict might look like.
Confronting Cyber Threats
The Agenda welcomes Ray Boisvert, Ontario's first security adviser, to discuss his new role, cyber threats, and which assets the province needs to protect. Then, a panel of experts takes a closer look at cyber warfare.
A Day to Talk About Mental Health
January 25 is Bell Let's Talk Day in Canada. The Agenda welcomes Clara Hughes, the six-time Olympic medallist who is now a spokesperson for the initiative. She'll recount her own struggle with mental illness and why it's so important to be candid about it. Then, an examination of what is being done to address the mental health of young Canadians.
Addiction by Design; Dealing with Disruption
The Agenda welcomes cultural anthropologist Natasha Dow Schull to discuss her research in the areas of gambling, addiction, and technology. Then, "internet pioneer" Tiffany Shlain on the virtues of unplugging from technology. And, Ed Greenspon shares insights and recommendations from The Public Policy Forum's major study on news media in Canada.
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week. Then, the challenges of the sharing economy, Ontario's new security adviser and the rise of cyber-attacks, the importance of talking about mental health, and technology addiction. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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