25:53 - Sep 24, 2018The Agenda welcomes Maxime Bernier to discuss the People's Party of Canada.
32:45 - Sep 24, 2018The Agenda looks into why world-wide wages are not increasing.
19:11 - Sep 21, 2018The Agenda welcomes former Metrolinx chairman Robert Prichard to discuss his nine years with the agency and the challenges that still lie ahead for the provincial transit organization.
9:08 - Sep 21, 2018TVO's northeast Ontario Hub editor Claude Sharma examines the gender balance in northern Ontario races.
20:47 - Sep 21, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
36:47 - Sep 20, 2018The Agenda examines the legacy of Ontario's first and so far only NDP government.
17:35 - Sep 20, 2018The 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.
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?
This Week on The Agenda
Slumping Wage Growth; Bernier's New Political Movement
The Agenda looks into why nominal wage improvements in G-7 countries are lagging despite low unemployment rates. Then, Maxime Bernier discusses the details of his new political venture: The People's Party of Canada.
Ontario's New Regional Chief; Fighting the Status Quo
The Chiefs of Ontario have elected their first female leader. The Agenda welcomes Chief RoseAnne Archibald to discuss how she'll be advocating for 133 Indigenous communities across the province. Then, veteran marijuana legalization lawyer Alan Young discusses how he's spent the last 25 years fighting the status quo. And, former UK deputy consul-general Ashley Prime explains where things now stand with Brexit.
Reviewing Ontarios Expenses; Rethinking Corporate Giving
The Agenda welcomes Treasury Board President Peter Bethlenfalvy to discuss the findings of a line-by-line review of government spending in Ontario. Then, how billionaires can pioneer a new model of philanthropy - one that helps solve the problems they've had a hand in creating.
Fear of Inclusion; An Indigenous View of Canada
With more than 300 million people currently living outside their homelands, The Agenda examines the sinister techniques of "othering" and how citizens need to be more inclusive. Then, a closer look at an ambitious new project aimed at putting Indigenous history and culture back on the map.
Documenting Earth; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week in Review
Photographer Edward Burtynsky, filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal, and director of photography Nicholas De Pencier discuss "Anthropocene: The Human Epoch" - a project that explores humankind's tremendous effect on planet Earth. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss their in-progress stories. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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The mayor of the Manitoulin Island community has been serving on the local council for 65 years. He’s finally decided to retire.
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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.