28:25 - Jun 15, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
5:46 - Jun 15, 2018Northeastern Ontario hub journalist Claude Sharma reports on a proposed farm that hopes to help soldiers who are dealing with mental health problems.
19:52 - Jun 15, 2018The Agenda welcomes Bruce Heyman, former U.S. ambassador to Canada, to discuss the current rift between the U.S. and Canada with regard to trade.
16:25 - Jun 14, 2018The Agenda welcomes Mike Schreiner to discuss winning the first seat for the Green Party of Ontario.
37:34 - Jun 14, 2018The Agenda discusses what the Ontario Liberal Party needs to do to come back from its major defeat in the 2018 election.
28:38 - Jun 13, 2018Tima Kurdi joins The Agenda to discuss her book, "The Boy on the Beach: My Family's Escape from Syria and Our Hope for a New Home."
25:56 - Jun 13, 2018The Agenda discusses how Ontario plans to deal with the ongoing issue of asylum seekers crossing the Canada-U.S. border.
20:26 - Jun 12, 2018Author Jerry Amernic talks to Steve Paikin about the life and legacy of Babe Ruth.
33:57 - Jun 12, 2018The Agenda discusses a plan to entice Canadians to increase their participation in sports activities.
This Week on The Agenda
Wrestling with Middle Age; The Power of Podcasts
The Agenda welcomes American humourist David Sedaris to reflect on middle age, the subject of his most recent collection of essays. Then, Toronto-based freelance producer Katie Jensen talks about the power of podcasting and why it's become a booming business. And, author and advice columnist Amy Alkon presents her guide to living a confident life.
The Safety of Toronto's Streets; Celebrating a Maestro
Is Toronto's Vision Zero plan, which aims to reduce traffic-related injuries in Toronto, a complete failure? The Agenda discusses the safety of the city's streets and whether enough is being done to prevent pedestrian and cyclist deaths. Then, Peter Oundjian looks back on his 14 remarkable seasons as music director for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
Maternal Mental Health; Improving Maternity Care
The Agenda addresses maternal mental health care in Ontario and why public education and awareness about this issue is severely lacking. Then, examining the racial and economic disparities in reproductive health outcomes, and what can be done to reduce them.
Leading the Chiefs of Ontario; Promoting Indigenous Voices
The Agenda welcomes the five candidates vying for the title of Ontario Regional Chief. Then, examining some of the work being done to help include Indigenous voices in Canadian institutions and policy-making.
The Agenda's Story; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss their in-process stories, and a review of the week's programs.
Hugs, regrets, and historic moments abounded this morning as the incoming class of New Democrat MPPs gathered in Toronto.
In the wake of last week’s devastating election result, the former governing party will need to find a leader who’s got the right stuff.
In the wake of last week’s electoral shellacking, many within the party are saying the Grits strayed too far to the left.
The province’s 42nd grand consultation with the people ended in a Tory majority. Here’s what you need to know about last night’s results.
It’s been one unprecedented event after another in provincial politics. With June 7 looming, what else is in store?