35:43 - Apr 18, 2018Steve Paikin delves into what's stopping millennials, minorities, recent immigrants, and Indigenous peoples from voting in the Ontario election, and what could change that.
20:47 - Apr 18, 2018What can be done to get more young Ontarians to vote? Steve Paikin chats with Sam Oosterhoff, Ontario's youngest Ontario MPP, who was elected two years ago at the age of 19.
13:12 - Apr 17, 2018German writer Norman Ohler uncovered records that revealed the prevalence of hard drugs such as crystal meth and cocaine during the Nazi war effort.
33:25 - Apr 17, 2018The Agenda welcomes author and historian Anne Applebaum to discuss her new book "Red Famine: Stalin's War on Ukraine."
7:19 - Apr 17, 2018The Agenda discusses Canadian politicians who took up arms in the First World War.
35:58 - Apr 16, 2018Ontario MPPs sound off on the Liberals' 2018 budget, which comes with $312 billion of debt.
18:13 - Apr 16, 2018Ontario's net debt has tripled since the Liberals came to power. But can debt be a good thing? The Agenda breaks down the province's finances with the help of economists.
24:26 - Apr 13, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
9:25 - Apr 13, 2018The Agenda welcomes Claude Sharma, the new Ontario Hubs team member reporting from northeastern Ontario.
This Week on The Agenda
Ontario in the Red
Ontario is the most indebted it's ever been. Can the province carry a $300 billion-plus load - along with the $12 billion debt-servicing costs? The Agenda welcomes a group of MPPs and economists to help answer this and other questions.
A History of Hunger; Nazi Germany's Drug Problem
The Agenda welcomes columnist and author Anne Applebaum to discuss her new book "Red Famine: Stalin's War on Ukraine." It's been awarded the 2018 Lionel Gelber Prize, a literary award for the world's best non-fiction book in English on foreign affairs. Then, author Norman Ohler excavates the dark history of drug use in Nazi Germany. Then, The Agenda explores the tensions of Canada's 1917 wartime election with author Patrice Dutil.
Engaging Disengaged Electors; Queen's Park's Youngest MPP
The Agenda examines the political engagement (or lack thereof) of certain groups - including young Canadians, immigrants, and Indigenous people. Then, Sam Oosterhoff, PC MPP for Niagara West-Glanbrook, discusses how he became involved in politics at such a young age, what life is like in the legislature, and what can be done to court the youth vote for the upcoming Ontario election.
The Dangers of E-Waste; Construction Carcinogens
The Agenda examines the occupational hazards facing Ontario's e-waste recycling industry. Then, examining the cancer-causing chemicals that are placing Ontario construction workers at risk, and the action being taken to prevent exposure.
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-progress stories. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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