Why are so many of Ontario's schools operating under capacity?
Question Period: Thursday November 20, 2014
1:02:17 | 15 Views November 20, 2014
Question Period: Wednesday November 19, 2014
1:00:40 | 4 Views November 19, 2014
Topics Include: Manufacturing Jobs, The Forest Industry, Auto Insurance, The Justice System, Pan Am Games, Public Transit
Question Period: Tuesday November 18, 2014
1:03:00 | 5 Views November 19, 2014
Topics Include: Ontario Economy, Curriculum, Auto Insurance, Government Accountability
58:13 | 154 Views November 20, 2014
Filmed over the course of three years, "Anti-Social Limited" follows the charismatic and streetwise Chris Hoard, a former drug dealer who wants to turn his life around by starting a legitimate Aboriginal construction company.
Grit and Failure Help Kids Succeed, Author Says
8:55 | 0 Views November 19, 2014
Author Paul Tough shares his tips on how grit, curiosity, character and failure help kids to be successful in school and life.
Redesign My Brain
57:49 | 322 Views January 20, 2014
See presenter Todd Sampson and 'non swimmer' Todd Sampson face his greatest fear - being chained, handcuffed and blindfolded underwater with only his radically improved brain to help him escape
54:36 | 810 Views November 19, 2014
The Agenda asks: Should physician-assisted death be legal in Canada?
49:47 | 77 Views November 6, 2013
Groundbreaking researchers in Botswana are investigating the secret world of these notorious killers. Incredibly they are scuba diving with them, gaining invaluable insights into their lives and behaviour as well as stunning underwater footage.
Andrea Prasow: Stateless Citizens
18:26 | 89 Views November 18, 2014
Andrea Prasow of Human Rights Watch discusses how human rights abuses may arise from cracking down on so-called "foreign terrorist fighters."
Reed Brody: The Dictator Hunter
19:49 | 206 Views November 18, 2014
Social justice lawyer Reed Brody discusses his search for some of the world's worst human rights offenders.
The Flanders Project: Voice of Veterans
4:49 | 17 Views November 19, 2014
In honour of Remembrance Day, Canadian veterans from the Second World War, Canadian Women's Army Corps, Korea, Afghanistan and Canada's peacekeeping mission share their personal experiences and what remembrance means to them.
The Flanders Project: The Queen's Own Rifles Remember
3:30 | 11 Views November 19, 2014
In honour of Remembrance Day, members of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada do a special reading of the poem, "In Flanders Fields," and reflect on what remembrance means to them.
Arvind Ganesan: Industry and Human Rights
17:04 | 79 Views November 18, 2014
Business and human rights advisor Arvind Ganesan details what Canadian companies can do to prevent human rights abuses on foreign soil.
Thinking Inside the Tank
29:13 | 396 Views November 17, 2014
The Agenda examines the influence think tanks have on pubilc policy.
Do Think Tanks Matter?
25:36 | 233 Views November 17, 2014
The Agenda examines the impact Canadian think tanks on policy and democracy.