11:21 - Dec 17, 2018Northwestern Ontario Hubs journalist Jon Thompson discusses the results of an inquiry into systemic racism at the hands of police in Thunder Bay.
43:15 - Dec 17, 2018The Agenda discusses the results of the PC government's committee that looked into previous Ontario government spending.
13:58 - Dec 14, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
6:10 - Dec 14, 2018Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visits the pet therapy program at Carleton University.
18:04 - Dec 14, 2018The Agenda welcomes Phil Lind to discuss his memoir, "Right Hand Man: How Phil Lind Guided the Genius of Ted Rogers, Canada's Foremost Entrepreneur."
15:47 - Dec 14, 2018The Agenda welcomes the Toronto Transit Commission's outgoing communications director, Brad Ross, to reflect on his career.
23:09 - Dec 13, 2018The Agenda discusses the ways in which women still bear the brunt of emotional labour and unpaid work.
37:37 - Dec 13, 2018The Agenda welcomes journalist Rebecca Traister to discuss her book, "Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger."
23:48 - Dec 12, 2018The Agenda welcomes Beverley McLachlin to discuss her time as a Supreme Court justice.
This Week on The Agenda
Questioning Political Predecessors; Reporting on Racism
The Agenda examines the findings of a select committee report which looked into the Ontario Liberals' accounting practices and how they've affected the province's books. Then, The Agenda discusses the findings of a long-awaited report on the strained relationship between the Thunder Bay Police Service and Indigenous people.
Indigenous Youth in Crisis; Speaking Truth to Power
Tanya Talaga, Anishinaabe journalist, author, and 2018 CBC Massey lecturer, discusses the devastating rise in Indigenous youth suicides and the legacy of cultural genocide against Indigenous people. Then, Steve Paikin speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh about the many major stories he's covered in his career.
Memoir of a Habs Superfan; Climate Change and Health
The Agenda welcomes Canadian actor, writer, and director Jay Baruchel to discuss his unwavering love for the Montreal Canadiens hockey team, and why he chose to write a book about it. Then, Courtney Howard, board president of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment, discusses climate change and health.
The Music Show, 2018 Edition
The Agenda presents its annual music show. Matt Loden, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's new CEO, discusses his plans to take the institution forward. Then, Alex Pangman, Canada's "Sweetheart of Swing," explains how she's fighting to keep the musical style of the 1920s and '30s alive. And, author Todd S. Purdum provides fresh insights on the remarkable relationship between Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.
The Agenda's Year; Basic Income; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda reviews its year in programming. Then, Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan reports on the status of Thunder Bay's basic income pilot. And, The Agenda reviews this week's 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.