6:41 - Sep 19, 2018J.D.M. Stewart, author of "Being Prime Minister," answers questions on the personal lives behind the public office.
22:14 - Sep 19, 2018The Ford government cancelled regional chair elections that were scheduled for Niagara, Muskoka, Peel and York regions. What does the move say about the future of regional governments in Ontario?
25:02 - Sep 19, 2018The Agenda explores what's at stake when cities do away with traditional paper ballots and explore what it could mean for democracy.
35:16 - Sep 18, 2018The Agenda discusses the current state of biotech in agriculture in Ontario and around the world.
19:14 - Sep 18, 2018The Agenda welcomes filmmaker and producer Frances-Anne Solomon to discuss the life of Ulric Cross - the Royal Air Force's most decorated West Indian.
7:54 - Sep 17, 2018Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explores new community uses for some Ontario churches.
46:02 - Sep 17, 2018The Agenda examines the controversy caused by premier Doug Ford's decision to use the notwithstanding clause to override a court decision and what that means for democracy in Ontario.
20:24 - Sep 14, 2018After 23 years, CEO and Director Piers Handling will be saying farewell. He looks back on his career and how he turned a neighbourhood film festival into one of the biggest of its kind in the world.
5:48 - Sep 14, 2018Ontario Hubs producer Mary Baxter discusses London's shift to a ranked ballot for this municipal election.
This Week on The Agenda
Democracy on Trial in Ontario
The Agenda examines the controversy caused by premier Doug Ford's decision to use the notwithstanding clause to override a court decision and what that means for democracy in Ontario.
Agriculture: The Next Frontier; Celebrating A Hero's Life
The Agenda discusses the current state of biotech in agriculture in Ontario and around the world. Then, telling the story of one the most decorated West Indian airmen in the Royal Air Force.
Reviewing Regional Governance Structures
The Agenda examines how the municipal government review by the Tories might affect the size of regional governments in Ontario. Then, exploring the impact of digital technologies on politics and democracy.
Revisiting Rae's Days; The NDP's Social Contract at 25
The Agenda welcomes Bob Rae, Ontario's only NDP premier who served from 1990 to 1995. He looks back on those tumultuous days, and the tough decisions he and his party made when Ontario was in the grips of a deep recession.
Transit Planning in the GTHA; Ontario Hubs; Week in Review
The Agenda welcomes former Metrolinx chairman Robert Prichard to discuss his nine years with the agency and the challenges still lie ahead for the provincial transit organization. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss their in-progress stories. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
The mayor of the Manitoulin Island community has been serving on the local council for 65 years. He’s finally decided to retire.
One of the framers of the Constitution says Ford’s move to overturn a court ruling on the size of Toronto city council is not what he had in mind when he helped create the clause.
An Ontario premier’s late-night phone call to Pierre Trudeau in 1981 helped make Monday’s unprecedented move possible.
Michael Tibollo ran for office for the first time at the age of 58. Now he’s the minister of community safety and correctional services.
With her personal battles in the past, the chief of the M’Chigeeng First Nation has dedicated herself to fighting for her constituents.