42:28 - Oct 16, 2018The Agenda invites experts to dispel some of the mystery around cannabis legalization.
10:54 - Oct 16, 2018The Agenda welcomes Adam Vassos, whose law firm specializes in regulatory and licensing issues to discuss cannabis legalization.
27:33 - Oct 15, 2018The Agenda welcomes some of the lesser known contenders for Toronto mayor as municipal election day approaches.
27:11 - Oct 15, 2018The Agenda invites Cambridge's mayoral candidates to consider what matters to voters.
15:55 - Oct 12, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
5:54 - Oct 12, 2018Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan travels to Collingwood to learn about tensions around cycling in the region.
12:53 - Oct 12, 2018Ontario Hubs reporters, Jon Thompson and Claude Sharma discuss crime in Ontario's north as a municipal election issue.
19:43 - Oct 12, 2018The Agenda discusses crime in the GTA as a municipal election issue.
18:10 - Oct 11, 2018The Agenda welcomes Cahal McLaughlin, co-director and producer of "It Stays with You," about civilian casualties in Haiti.
This Week on The Agenda
Cambridge's Mayoral Race; More Toronto Mayoral Options
With three veteran politicians seeking the mayor's office, an opioid crisis, and issues around homelessness, The Agenda looks at why Cambridge's municipal race is one to watch. Then, some of Toronto's lesser-known mayoral hopefuls share their ideas.
Ontario's New Cannabis Landscape
October 17th marks the date that recreational marijuana will become legal in Canada. The Agenda examines how the Ontario government will best be able to control the regulation, licensing and inspection of retail cannabis stores. Then, experts address some of the unanswered questions about legal pot.
Burlington's Election Race; Do Cities Need More Power?
The Agenda looks at the issues that are on the minds of Burlington residents and which mayoral candidate is best suited to decide the city's future. Then, understanding the limits of municipal authority in Canada.
Heated Over Housing
The Agenda looks into why housing is a high priority in Toronto's municipal election. What needs to be done to address the inadequate choices of houses for sale or rent across the GTA and beyond.
Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
Ontario Hubs reporters discuss their in-process stories. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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