25:49 - Nov 13, 2018The Agenda discusses the lasting effects of China's one-child policy, instituted in 1978 and ended in 2016.
27:28 - Nov 13, 2018he Agenda welcomes economist Mariana Mazzucato to reflect on the state of world economic theory a decade after the global financial crisis.
26:49 - Nov 12, 2018The Agende looks at the origins of the Myers-Briggs personality test.
27:21 - Nov 12, 2018The Agenda discusses what should be considered as the federal government aims to update copyright regulations.
14:54 - Nov 09, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
5:51 - Nov 09, 2018Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan reports on how Cobourg is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
7:28 - Nov 09, 2018Northeastern Ontario Hubs reporter, Claude Sharma, talks about his recent article on a retired teacher who conducts battlefield tours throughout Europe.
25:52 - Nov 09, 2018The Agenda welcomes retired Armed Forces soldier, Bruno Guévremont, to disuss his experiences, and what Remembrance Day means to him.
19:14 - Nov 08, 2018The Agenda discusses the effects of working in war zones on photojournalists.
This Week on The Agenda
Copyright for the Digital Age; Typecasting Humanity
The Agenda examines how Canada can best protect its cultural industries and compensate creators as the Trudeau government reviews the country's digital copyright rules. Then, discussing the origins, evolution, and ongoing importance of Myers-Briggs, the world's most used personality test.
Measuring Value in Economics; China's One-Child Policy
The Agenda welcomes economist Mariana Mazzucato to reflect on the current state of world economic theory a decade after the global financial crisis. Then, did China's one-child policy create a generation of spoiled, privileged, and lonely young adults?
Reducing Red Tape for Trades; Deciphering Memory
The Agenda discusses the PC government's decision to scrap the Ontario College of Trades, which governs skilled trades and apprenticeships in the province. Then, a novelist and a neuroscientist uncover the secrets of human memory.
The State of Ontario's Books
The Agenda welcomes Vic Fedeli, Ontario's finance minister, to provide an update on the province's finances. Then, experts weigh in on the contents of the PC government's Fall Economic Statement.
A Night at the Bataclan; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
Erwan Larher, a survivor of the 2015 Bataclan nightclub attack in Paris, talks about his experience that night. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists report on their recent stories. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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