26:09 - Nov 16, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
7:06 - Nov 16, 2018Ontario Hubs eastern reporter discusses lower fuel costs in Ontario.
20:40 - Nov 16, 2018Author Erwan Larher discusses, "The Book I Didn't Want to Write," about his experience during the shooting spree at Paris' Bataclan nighclub.
39:42 - Nov 15, 2018The Agenda discusses the contents of the 2018 Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review.
14:58 - Nov 15, 2018The Agenda discusses Ontario's fall economic statement with Vic Fedeli, the province's finance minister.
22:44 - Nov 14, 2018The Agenda discusses the nature of memory with the authors of, "Adventures in Memory: The Science and Secrets of Remembering and Forgetting."
31:49 - Nov 14, 2018The Agenda discusses what the end of the Ontario College of Trades means for the industry.
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.
This Week on The Agenda
Canada/U.S. Relations Post-Midterms; Trading with Mexico
The Agenda welcomes Bruce Heyman, former U.S. ambassador to Canada, to talk about the USMCA trade deal, tariffs, and the state of Canada/U.S. relations in the wake of the recent midterm elections. Then, chief Mexican trade negotiator Jesús Seade shares his thoughts on the revamped NAFTA deal. And, And, a behavioural economics expert talks about how to lower credit card debt.
Canada's Diabetes Epidemic; Fleeing Poverty and Unrest
The Agenda examines Canada's alarmingly high rate of diabetes and why advocates are calling for a comprehensive national strategy to deal with the disease. Then, Bill Frelick, program director for Human Rights Watch, provides an update on the Central American migrant caravan.
Taking Football to a Higher Level
The Agenda welcomes Randy Ambrosie, the 14th commissioner of the Canadian Football League, to discuss where the league stands today and his plans for changing its business operations. Then, Maryann Turcke, the NFL's first ever female Chief Operating Officer, talks about how she's helping with that league's business evolution. And, pioneering quarterback Chuck Ealey talks about how he had to come to Canada in order to live his football dream.
Examining Educational Vouchers; Shattering JFK Myths
The Agenda examines the pros and cons of introducing a parent-led, student-directed voucher system in education. Then, author Fred Litwin discusses his new book which focusses on how he's put his conspiracy theories about JFK's assassination to rest.
Social Assistance Revamp; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda discusses the PC government's reforms to social assistance. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists report on their recent stories. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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