43:03 - Dec 10, 2018The Agenda welcomes two observers of U.S. politics: Niall Ferguson, author and historian; and David Frum, journalist and author, to contextualize the results of the U.S. midterm elections.
24:35 - Dec 07, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
6:31 - Dec 07, 2018David Rockne Corrigan visits the Research Casting International facility in Trenton to witness the work being done to prepare an exhibit for the ROM.
22:47 - Dec 07, 2018The Agenda welcomes Dianne Saxe, Ontario's environmental commissioner, to discuss her 2018 environmental protection report, "Back to Basics."
18:50 - Dec 06, 2018The Agenda discusses Alberta's stance on oil production.
35:20 - Dec 06, 2018The Agenda discusses the relationship between Windsor and Detroit.
20:44 - Dec 05, 2018The Agenda welcomes Vivek Shraya, author of "I'm Afraid of Men," to discuss the power of art to subvert ideas about gender norms.
35:06 - Dec 05, 2018The Agenda discusses how parents and other influencers can steer boys into a healthy adulthood.
11:54 - Dec 04, 2018The Agenda welcomes Dr. Maurice Bitran, the Ontario Science Centre's CEO, to discuss how knowledgeable Canadians are about science.
This Week on The Agenda
America After the Midterms; Making a Living Online
The Agenda welcomes U.S. political observers David Frum and Niall Ferguson to reflect on the results of the 2018 midterm elections. Then, examining the increase in temporary work mediated by online platforms and how this new trend is transforming traditional labour markets.
Boosting Ontario's Housing Stock
Ontario is facing a housing crisis. The Agenda considers the role of small, independent landlords and what they can do to create more affordable apartments. Then, how issuing government bonds could help raise the necessary funds to build affordable rental housing across the country.
Reflecting on Canada's Justice System; Justice in Ontario
Beverley McLachlin, Canada's first female and longest-serving chief justice, looks back on her time on the Supreme Court and the legacy she leaves behind. Then, The Agenda discusses how access to justice in Ontario can be improved.
The Political Power of Women's Anger; Valuing Invisible Work
The Agenda welcomes writer and author Rebecca Traister to discuss the power of women's anger and how it can lead to political and social change. Then, author Gemma Hartley discusses the toll emotional labour takes on women, and how the load could be more equally shared.
Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
Ontario Hubs journalists discuss their recent stories. Then, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
He might not have been an MPP for very long, but Glenn Thibeault had one of the most tumultuous terms ever — and on Tuesday, he was back in the hot seat.
“This place is sacred,” the province’s longest-serving Speaker, Dave Levac, told an audience last week. “Don’t wreck it.”
Jim Watson, who won by a landslide in October, has never lost a political race — and he shows no signs of slowing down.
No one was better than Brian Mulroney at maintaining peace in his caucus. Someone in the premier’s office should be taking notes.
The mayoral race was Singh’s eighth run at political office — and his eighth loss. But that won’t stop him from trying again.