18:40 - May 24, 2018The Agenda discussing how the main political parties are faring in the polls.
35:30 - May 24, 2018The Agenda discusses housing affordability in Ontario and what the main political parties are offering this election.
15:33 - May 23, 2018The Agenda welcomes Steve Lurie, executive director of the Canadian Mental Health Association, to discuss what each political party has planned for supportive housing.
38:47 - May 23, 2018The Agenda welcomes Ontario election candidates to discuss housing issues in the province.
11:53 - May 22, 2018The Agenda discusses the main parties' campaign promises on health care.
34:21 - May 22, 2018The Agenda welcomes Ontario election candidates to discuss plans for health care in the province.
8:15 - May 22, 2018The Agenda discusses the basics of preventative medicine with Pegeen Walsh, chair of the Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance.
25:40 - May 21, 2018The Agenda welcomes Senator Anne Cools to discuss her three decades in the red chamber.
5:55 - May 21, 2018Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan travels to the Ottawa Forest and Nature school to discover the benefits of being outdoors.
This Week on The Agenda
Making Ontario Barrier-Free; Taking Learning Outside
The government of Ontario promised to achieve accessibility for Ontarians with disabilities by 2025. The Agenda examines the success, or lack thereof, of that plan's implementation. Then, Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan learns about the benefits of forest schools - an education model helping to bring kids closer to nature. And, the life and times of Senator Anne Cools.
Preventative Medicine Policy; Weighing In On Health Care
The Agenda looks at how Ontario is taking action against chronic disease. Then, from overcrowded and underfunded hospitals to so-called hallway medicine and long wait times for specialists and surgeries, The Agenda discusses the state of Ontario's health care system and how each of the major parties are planning to improve it.
Addressing Ontario's Housing Challenges
The Agenda welcomes a group of candidates to discuss how their parties will address current housing issues in Ontario. Then, understanding the challenges and complexity of Ontario's supportive housing system - facilities that help people who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, access services and supports in a stable, safe, supervised environment.
Campaign Update; Tackling Housing Affordability in Ontario
The Agenda welcomes pollster Erin Kelly of Advanced Symbolics to provide an update on the Ontario election campaign. Then, examining a number of strategies that could help increase the supply of housing and affordability throughout Ontario.
Mike Schreiner and the Green Party Platform
The Agenda welcomes Ontario Green Party leader Mike Schreiner to talk about his party's platform, and what an Ontario Green Party government would look like.
In the closing weeks of the provincial campaign, watch for the party whose members are best able to sing from same hymnbook.
Last week, the Nixon family was honoured for its decades of service to the province and to the country.
The premier had the hardest job going into Monday night’s clash — but she also made things harder than they needed to be.
None of the major parties seems interested in the middle of the political spectrum — even though that’s where Ontario elections are won.
Doug Ford’s decision to appoint 11 candidates despite the wishes of local members is causing more problems for the Progressive Conservatives.