TV Schedule

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Morning

6:00 am
Dinosaur Train
Rollin' on the Riverboat - Part 1 & 2
The whole Pteranodon Family takes a rollicking adventure on the Dinosaur Train Riverboat! Buddy and Don vow to spend every minute together, but while Buddy wants to spend all his time investigating the creatures on the river, Don wants to spend all his time playing games and investigating the buffet. Can they come to some kind of agreement? --- While still rolling down the river on the Dinosaur Train Riverboat, Grandpa Pteranodon tells Buddy about the Legend of Admiral Globidens - a HUGE Mososaur that supposedly lives on the river, but no one has ever seen. Buddy enlists Dad and Tiny's help to look for Admiral Globidens, but they can't seem to find him. Does Admiral Globidens really exist, or is he just a figment of someone's imagination?
6:26 am
Ella the Elephant
Ella's Special Delivery
Ella takes on a job for two when she volunteers to do her friends' paper delivery route while they're away. If she doesn't learn to ask for help, the paper delivery route will quickly become old news.
6:39 am
Box Yourself Minis
Lala Ladybug
Øistein makes a ladybug from paper plates.
6:42 am
Opie's Home
Say Opie
When Opie breaks a baby photo, he sets off to take the funnest NEW selfie to replace it. But none of his selfies are "fun" enough until he realizes that he has the most fun when he's with his whole family. He ends up taking a family photo instead.
6:50 am
Canada Crew
The North
Bebe and Mo visit Canada's Territories where they build an inukshuk with inuk sculptor Naulaq, while Gavin visits his friend Bella the beluga in the Northwest Territories.
6:57 am
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small
Daddy's Father's Day Card
It's Father's Day, and Miffy makes Daddy a card - which reminds him that he's totally forgotten to get anything for Grandpa!
7:04 am
Tee & Mo
Rocket
Mo needs to go to the store but Tee is more interested in building a rocket out of cardboard boxes. Mo compromises by helping him with the rocket BEFORE they go to the store, but when it's finished. Tee just wants to stay and play in it.
7:11 am
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... a Comic
Today Henry meets a comic book in the comic book store. Comic book tries to tells his story to Henry but there was a mistake at the printers and his last few pages are missing!!! Comic Book doesn't know how his story ends! Henry saves the day and becomes a Super Hero to find out how comic book ends.
7:16 am
GBB: Jolly Reader
Wordmaid
Pirate Gisele sails the seven seas with her motley puppet crew as they explore literacy building blocks. Spelling, Rhyming, phonics, sign reading, and critical thinking are all explored in this fun adventure series. In this episode Gisele tries to get the Wordmaid to rhyme with the word cat. Concentration on rhyming.
7:21 am
Splash and Bubbles
A Day for Papa
To show how much she appreciates everything he does for her and her brothers, Ripple wants to give her Papa time to relax, so she sets up a day full of special activities for him.
7:34 am
Arthur
1001 Dads/ Prunella's Prediction
Buster cheerfully insists that he will miss the Father's Day picnic because he has other plans. When Rubella's tarot card foresees the delivery of a special birthday present, Prunella predicts a gift of flashpants, the hottest new fashion.
7:59 am
Paw Patrol
Pups Save the Space Alien/ Pups Save a Flying Frog
An Alien Spaceship crash lands at Farmer Yumi's! Now it's up to the PAW Patrol to help out the stranded little extra-terrestrial by fixing his ship and getting him back to his home planet! --- Marshall's new pet frog, Smiley, is going to be in a jumping contest! The only problem is that during a practice run Smiley jumps right into Skye's helicopter and it takes off! Now Skye and the Pups have to save Smiley, and get him to the competition in time!
8:23 am
Ollie & Moon
The Daring Duo
When Ollie chooses "adventure" in Moon's game of "ask or adventure," he unwittingly becomes much braver than either of them ever expected.
8:34 am
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave
A Game Show Adventure
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave play 'Hatty's Game Show'. They learn how to keep score as they compete in two quick-fire question rounds, a singing competition, a Rollypod race and an egg and spoon race. And Ruff-Ruff discovers you don't always have to be the fastest to win.
8:46 am
Space Racers
Remember the Past, Discover the Future
Stardust Bay's annual "All-Star Weekend" is a few days away, and most of the kids can't wait to meet some of the academy's famed former cadets. Raven, however, seems unusually quiet. When Headmaster Crane shows them a tribute video that highlights the flying skills of legendary cadet/racer Falcon Fairflight, Raven quietly slips away. What's gotten into him? Turns out he's trying to master Falcon's signature move, the near-impossible "triple corkscrew," but failing miserably. Crane finds Raven alone, wistfully rewatching the video... and wishing he could be more like Falcon, whom we learn was his late father. It's not what Falcon was able to do in the air, Crane explains, it's what he had inside: heart and determination. Raven ultimately finds a way to prove to himself - and to his friends - that he's made of the same strong fiber as his celebrated dad.
8:58 am
Odd Squad
High Maintenance / Not OK Computer
Agents switch jobs with the maintenance department for a day. --- The agents get trapped in a computer.
9:25 am
Wild Kratts
Neck and Neck
As Chris and Martin search for the answer to why giraffes have long necks, a mischievous giraffe begins secretly taking Creature Power Suit parts and supplies from the Tortuga.
9:51 am
Dino Dana
Face your Fearosaurus / Herd It Loud and Clear
To help a young boy get over his fear of heights, Dana tells him the story of a Brachiosaurus so scared of heights that he was afraid to put his long neck all the way up and how he faced that fear. --- When Dana tries to figure out how a herd of Edmontosaurus defend themselves, she inadvertently wakes up her downstairs neighbour Cai while a dangerous predator threatens to attack the seemingly defenceless herbivores.
10:12 am
What's the Big Idea?
Kindness
Lily and Felix explain Hugo all the different ways to be kind, like helping someone who is hurt and taking care of your pets. But when Hugo gives almost all of his balloons away to his friends, he wonders if he's been too kind.
10:17 am
Making Stuff
Stickers
Computers, presses, inks and paper run at high speed to turn out stickers and labels. Gears and Wiz see how colours are added step by step to create an image.
10:22 am
Lejo
Blocks
Lejo tries to build a tower of blocks. When the tower gets too high for him, Lejo comes up with a smart idea.
10:25 am
Top of the Tops
Top 3 Facts about the Blue Tongue Skink
Top 3 Facts about the Blue Tongue Skink 3- It's an Ectotherm 2- It's still evolving into a legless lizard 1- Its blue tongue scares away predators
10:30 am
Science Max: Experiments at Large
Newton's 3rd Law
Newton's 3rd law: 'For every action there's an equal and opposite reaction' is the science behind a balloon powered rocket car. To prove it works no matter how big or small something is, Phil maxes it out by building an air pressure powered rocket car that he can ride. Phil also makes Newton's cradle out of bowling balls and coats his outfit in hydrophobic spray to see if he can get in and out of the pool without getting wet.
10:52 am
I'm a Fish
I'm a Sailfish
Sailfish explains how they swim so fast and how they put up a fight agains preditors, especially humans.
10:54 am
Beats in Bites
Freestyle
Our beatboxers wing it with a little freestyle.
11:01 am
Finding Stuff Out
Into the Woods
Do we need forests? Zoey zip-lines through the woods to discover how forests are important for animals, provide raw materials for useful products, and keep our planet healthy. Some forest critters even come visit her in her studio! My Great Challenge: Challengers compete to identify which everyday items - from Ping-Pong balls to electric guitars - come from the forest. (Hint: all of them do!) In the Field: Zoey goes to the woods of British Columbia, where a forest expert helps her understand why the earth has different kinds of forests.
11:23 am
Box Yourself Minis
Penguin Family
Øistein makes a penguin family from empty milk cartons.
11:27 am
Annedroids
Parent Swap
Nick and his Dad do a father/son engineering challenge every year at Zack's Dad's welding shop. This year the challenge is to make the fastest miniature vehicle without wheels or wings. Nick is super pumped until his Dad bails. Fortunately, Anne lets him borrow her Dad for the challenge. While Nick and Anne's Dad do male bonding while building a miniature vehicle, Anne, Shania and Nick's Mom do some female bonding with a girl's day.
11:50 am
Story Explorers
Place to Place
Story Explorer Tayah tells her story: Place to Place.
11:53 am
Raven's Quest
Tessa
Tessa is a 10-year-old Métis girl from Hay Lakes, Alberta. She introduces us to her soccer team, the Assassins, and she demonstrates some parkour moves in the park. Tessa gives us a tour of her bedroom and shows us her awards, her artwork, the book she is writing and the crochet blanket that she made for her stuffed animals. She introduces us to her cat Cringer, and also to her best friends, Stacey and Sannah. The girls hang out at the park and go swimming together. Tessa teaches us all about smudging, something that she also teaches in special seminars to kids her own age. Smudging is important to many Métis people. Tessa tells us that it helps cleanse the body. At a seminar, Tessa explains what a talking stick is and shows the kids how to smudge. She also teaches them how to play traditional games like Ring and Pin and Double Ball. After each seminar, Tessa says thank-you to the participants. "Hey-Hey" is her special word and it means thank-you!

Afternoon

12:00 pm
Mystery Files
The Mystery of the Mummy's Tooth
The clues: a mummy replica, a broken old tooth, and a stale biscuit. The file label: "Cause of Death!" Today's mystery is a whodunit! To find out what killed a mummy, Kyla goes to the archaeological museum to examine a real mummy, while E.B. takes the tooth to a dental school to do forensics. The gang discovers that Ancient Egyptians had stone in their bread that could break their teeth and cause fatal dental infections. "Whoa! Death by biscuit!"
12:23 pm
Sports Lab
Waterskiing
Nykeem is in for a wet and wild ride when he teams up with Russell, an avid young waterskiier. With the help of Dr. Heather and guest pro Charlie Newlands they discover that centripetal force can help them go faster than a speeding boat.
12:34 pm
Sports Lab
Soccer
Legendary pro Dwayne DeRosario demonstrates his kicking style for Sophie, an 11 year old from Toronto with a passion for soccer. Dr. Heather explains how kinetic energy makes Dwayne's kick so powerful.
12:45 pm
MathXplosion
Pick a Block of Dates - Any Block
A trick you can do by calculating the sum of a 3-by-3 block of dates on a calendar without using a calculator. It's not magic... it's math!
12:49 pm
Doggy Day School
Something's Fishy
The dogs come back from their walk to find that the fish bowl is empty! They immediately assume Lois the cat is the culprit. Suki convinces them to talk to Lois and ask her if she knows anything about the missing Fish. But they refuse to listen. They head out to the back yard with plans to catch Lois and get Fish back. But they can't find her. When they return, they find that Fish is back in his bowl - a new, bigger bowl! Rosie tells them that she got a bigger fish bowl for Fish and had taken him out to transfer him to his new bowl. They realize Suki was right - they shouldn't have blamed Lois - and all of them are sorry for the way they behaved. They head back out and apologize to Lois who has no idea why they are being so nice to her!
1:00 pm
Giver
Quebec Playground
Our Quebec playground pays tribute to Canada's Fur Trading history. Here we find a wooden canoe see saw, a log cabin fur trading post and a rope climbing structure inspired by the forest.
1:23 pm
Making Stuff
Croissants
Gears and Wiz visit the best bakery in Montréal to see how flaky croissants are made with French flour and fresh butter.
1:28 pm
Zerby Derby
Gravel Gully/ Rex in the Air/ Wind Breaker
Gravel Gully is a great place to race, but it's a long way from Zerby Town. Every time Zack and Lily make the trek out there, they have to turn around and come home before they get to play. They try going as fast as they can to get there, even straightening the road. Then they realize Gravel Gully is a very short distance across Turbo Town Lake. But they can't drive across the water... or can they? --- Rex the dump truck is usually happy building the jumps, rather than going off them. But today he wants to try jumping like Axle, who is the best jumper in Zerby Town. But Rex just isn't able to jump like Axle can, even though they are using the same jump. . So Zack, Rex and Axle put their hoods together to figure out how Rex can make the jump. --- A certain part of a trail, which travels through an open area, keeps collecting leaves. It seems like as soon as the Zerbies clean them up, more just blow in. So Zack and Axle recruit Strut the crane and Rex the dump truck to help build a wall to stop the leaves from gathering on the trail.
1:51 pm
Shutterbugs
Bed Bugs / What Does the Box Say?
Rockstar Billy Bedbug is convinced his bed's been bugged, when he overhears someone singing his lastes, top secret, song! --- A mysterious box floats into the Marsh's pond, causing the Shutterbugs to speculate what's inside??
2:17 pm
Doki
Doki on the High Seas
When a Caribbean cruise vacation takes an unexpected twist, Team Doki gets a chance to play pirates on a real ship! But being Captain starts to go to Doki's head, and he almost sinks their treasure hunt... until an encounter with a whale gives him a lesson in leadership.
2:42 pm
Doozers
Dancing Doodad
There's a big dance tonight in Doozer Creek and every doozer will be there; every doozer but Doozer Doodad, that is. He confesses to the Pod Squad that he doesn't know how to dance, and they decide to teach him.
2:54 pm
Ella the Elephant
Jurassic Sleepover
Ella and friends are all excited for a fun sleepover at the Museum until the lights go out and Frankie becomes convinced a real life dinosaur is on the loose!
3:07 pm
Opie's Home
Attack of Piratron
Opie promises Gram that he'll keep the rec room clean so she can do Yoga, but playtime with Gavin makes keeping his promise very, very hard.
3:14 pm
Lily's Driftwood Bay
Remembering Grampy
Lily finds a piece of knotted rope washed up on the beach. When she asks Salty about it, she realizes something is on his mind. Lily decides to find out what's wrong, and discovers that today was a special day for Salty's dad, Old Grampy Dog.
3:22 pm
Zou
Zou's Mission to Mars
Zou and Elzee decide to go on a trip to the moon, but when their spaceship (well, cardboard box covered in tin foil) loses one of its 'engines' they land on a mysterious planet. They gather alien rocks, draw pictures of intergalactic plants and do their best to befriend the alien species that live there. But then they have to find out what happened to the missing 'engine' before they can return to Earth.
3:33 pm
Zou
Zou the Artist
There's going to be an art competition in the park and Zou wants to enter. He paints a picture, only to find that Zinnia has done a painting too. He makes a sculpture - Zak's done that and Zou really wants to produce something different. Aha! He'll make a mosaic. But Elzee has used that technique. In the end, he uses all three styles and makes a very successful submission indeed.
3:45 pm
The Day Henry Met...
The Day Henry Met... a Golf Ball
Today Henry meets a golf ball on a crazy golf course, Golf ball has always lived on the crazy golf course but he desperately wants to become a golf pro! Henry has a great idea and becomes a golfer and helps golf ball achieve his goal.
3:50 pm
Floogals
Project Jewelry Box
Boomer falls in love with the tiny ballerina inside the little girl's jewelry box. He's certain she's prisoner and they have to rescue her.
4:02 pm
Paw Patrol
Pups Save a Hoedown / Pups Save Alex
It's Adventure Bay Hoedown Day. The whole town is enjoying the activities when a herd of Farmer Al's cows escape from a train at the railway station. Now it's like the real old west, with the PAW Patrol rounding up the cows. Yeehaw! --- When their friend Alex decides he wants to be a member of the PAW Patrol the PUPS and Ryder let him come along for the ride. Rescuing Cali the cat from the top of farmer Yumi's silo becomes more of a challenge when Alex tries to help!
4:25 pm
Zerby Derby
You've Got Some 'Splaining To Do
Zack wants to build an obstacle course. He can see it perfectly in his head. Unfortunately, he isn't doing a great job explaining what he wants to Rex and Strut.
4:32 pm
Arthur
How the Cookie Crumbles/Sue Ellen's Little Sister
What's a budding entrepreneur to do when her homemade cookies hit the big time? Especially when the recipe isn't really hers? Should Muffy do the right thing - or just keep quiet and rake in the dough? SUE ELLEN'S LITTLE SISTER: Arthur and Francine would love to lend their sisters to Sue Ellen, who's sick of being an only child. But Sue Ellen realizes you should be careful what you wish for, after her quest for the perfect sibling leads her to ...D.W.
4:58 pm
Dino Dan
Trek Rex / Dino Climbers
Mom agrees to sew Trek's costume for his Birthday Party Costume Extravaganza but he keeps changing his mind about which herbivore he wants to dress up as! --- At Mom's climbing gym, Trek learns which prehistoric creatures could climb while Bobby conquers his fear of heights.
5:19 pm
Odd Squad
Trials and Tribulations Pt. 1 & 2
Olive and Otto fall out of the tube system when it breaks, and Ms. O has to bring in every tube operator in existence to try to get her agents out of danger.
5:46 pm
Wild Kratts
Secrets of the Spider's Web
When the creature adventuring Kratt Brothers take a nasty tumble, the Wild Kratts sets off on a mission to find and recreate one of the greatest of all biotech engineering secrets. Spider silk.
6:12 pm
Jack
Hoarse Whisperer
After Jack causes Sam to lose her voice just before a singing contest, the aliens shrink down and explore her vocal cords in an attempt to figure out what the problem is.
6:24 pm
Making Stuff
Tools & Dies for toys
Heavy steel dies are used to produce plastic parts in an injection mould. From the 3-D computer model to the factory floor, Gears and Wiz marvel at the precision needed to make the moulds for all the toy parts.
6:30 pm
Kid Diners
Victoria
It's a battle between Aynalem and Xander to see who can make the best breakfast in Victoria, BC. Aynalem makes a one-of-a-kind potato dish with some spuds she picked herself, while Xander chases chickens for some special eggs to make the best omelet ever. Breakfast never tasted so good!
6:52 pm
It Matters
It Matters - Three Pack 4
It Matters is an animated series starring a cast of fruits re-enacting bullying stories. The characters are voiced by the real kids who experienced these situations.

Evening

7:00 pm
Wild Australia: Realm of the Wombat
In the dry southern plains of Australia, wombats seem to spend most of their time sleeping, but these short-legged, muscular marsupials are experts of survival, resting to conserve energy to help beat the heat.
7:46 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: Georgina Island First Nation
The Chippewas of Georgina Island in Lake Simcoe have developed a climate adaptation plan that is serving as a model for communities across Ontario. The First Nation received funding for a three-year climate study in 2012 and has since been collecting the memories and observances of elders. Like many communities, Georgina Island is struggling with the effects of climate change today. Milder winters mean the community's ferry runs longer and the lake ice is weaker, both of which have ripple effects throughout the island.
7:51 pm
Main Street Ontario: Toronto
Since the early 1980s, Toronto's Cameron House has been home to some of Canada's most famous and beloved musicians, from Blue Rodeo to local legend Handsome Ned, whose charisma and songwriting inspired a burgeoning artistic community. Today, with many live music venues shutting down, the Cameron House is still going strong, bringing together musicians, artists, and audiences on Queen Street West.
8:00 pm
Ep. 1 - Arrival
Archeologist Jago Cooper sees how a complex society developed without agriculture. The answer lies in the extraordinary way in which the people understood and mastered their environment, which in turn is reflected in their identity and social structures. He reveals the hidden significance in totem poles, canoes and intricate textiles, arguing that the peoples of the northwest coast achieved the highest levels of cultural achievement.
9:00 pm
Ep. 3 - Paris
Often perceived as cold and expensive, Paris is a mythical city, one of luxury, gastronomy and haute couture. But beyond the clichés of the Eiffel Tower, there is another Paris - one of solidarity, wittiness, and repurposing public space. This Paris revolves around change, inspiring solutions big and small to improve everyday life for its citizens. It hopes to minimize traffic, give a new life to the banks of the Seine River, and provide adequate lodging and a sense of belonging.
9:54 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: Buried contamination in the north
At an abandoned military base in the northernmost part of Ontario, warming temperatures could have a disastrous effect on material left over from the Cold War. Locals who worked at the base, which was decommissioned in 1965, remember dumping chemicals right into the ground. Now, as the permafrost disappears, people in Peawanuck are worried about contaminants damaging the environment.
10:00 pm
Ep. 2 - Sailing Ice
It is late July and the Northwest Passage is still choked with ice. In the small village of Ilulissat, Greenland, a motley collection of Arctic voyagers assembles to prepare for their expeditions while they wait for the sea to melt. Finally setting sail, they must learn to navigate both Arctic waters and the discomforts of long confinement in a small vessel. This episode features a haunting performance by Norwegian Terje Isungset on instruments made of ice.
10:46 pm
Climate Watch Shorts: Moose in decline
Every year, nature lovers flock to Algonquin Provincial Park hoping to catch sight of moose. Wildlife photographer Steve Elms has been visiting the park since childhood, and each year moose sightings become rarer. The moose population in Ontario has declined 20 per cent over the past decade, according to research from the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario. We visit the park to see the changes firsthand.
10:51 pm
Canada's American Civil War
More than 40,000 Canadians fought in the American Civil War between 1861 and 1865. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan travels to the township of South Stormont, home to Canada's only civil war memorial.
10:55 pm
Behind The Lens (David & Me)
Ray Klonsky talks about his doc: "David & Me" about his friendship with prison inmate David McCallum. Hundreds of letters later, Ray graduated from university determined to set his friend free.
11:00 pm
Some Sort of Judas
Kevin Williams, a once-popular Toronto rapper known as Mayhem Morearty, became a Crown witness and informant against his former associate Mark Moore, a serial killer who shot four men in cold blood in 2010. Fearing for his life and ostracized by his community for breaking its code of silence, Williams is released from prison into an uncertain future.

Late Night

12:00 am
Wild Australia: Realm of the Wombat
In the dry southern plains of Australia, wombats seem to spend most of their time sleeping, but these short-legged, muscular marsupials are experts of survival, resting to conserve energy to help beat the heat.
12:46 am
Behind The Lens (Unsung: Behind the Glee)
Filmmaker Comments about the making of "Unsung: Behind the Glee." The film charts the compelling journey of two Toronto high school show choirs as they battle time, nerves and each other to create an award-winning routine for the Show Choir Nationals, Canada's National High School Glee Club Championships.
12:50 am
Main Street Ontario: Ottawa
Smoked meat sandwiches weren't the only attraction at Nate's Deli. The man behind the counter of this famous deli was none other than Dave Smith, whose kindness has reverberated across the city of Ottawa.
12:54 am
Learning Portraits
Learning Portrait: Dan Kunanec
Part of TVO's Learning Portraits series, Dan Kunanec talks about teaching the Green Industries course at Don Mills CI, and how it is a learning experience every day.
1:00 am
Ep. 1 - Arrival
Archeologist Jago Cooper sees how a complex society developed without agriculture. The answer lies in the extraordinary way in which the people understood and mastered their environment, which in turn is reflected in their identity and social structures. He reveals the hidden significance in totem poles, canoes and intricate textiles, arguing that the peoples of the northwest coast achieved the highest levels of cultural achievement.
2:00 am
Ep. 3 - Paris
Often perceived as cold and expensive, Paris is a mythical city, one of luxury, gastronomy and haute couture. But beyond the clichés of the Eiffel Tower, there is another Paris - one of solidarity, wittiness, and repurposing public space. This Paris revolves around change, inspiring solutions big and small to improve everyday life for its citizens. It hopes to minimize traffic, give a new life to the banks of the Seine River, and provide adequate lodging and a sense of belonging.
3:00 am
Ep. 2 - Sailing Ice
It is late July and the Northwest Passage is still choked with ice. In the small village of Ilulissat, Greenland, a motley collection of Arctic voyagers assembles to prepare for their expeditions while they wait for the sea to melt. Finally setting sail, they must learn to navigate both Arctic waters and the discomforts of long confinement in a small vessel. This episode features a haunting performance by Norwegian Terje Isungset on instruments made of ice.
3:45 am
Climate Watch Shorts: Preparing for the storms to come
Shorter, more intense storms mean more runoff. The infrastructure to handle that - sewage pipes, treatment plants and holding ponds - is being improved, but will it be enough to cope with the effects of climate change?
3:50 am
Mary and Myself
In this story within a story, two Chinese-Canadian women make their theatrical debut playing comfort women in The Vagina Monologues. Jia Tsu Thompson and Mary Mohammed spend long hours rehearsing their lines at Mu Lan Teahouse in Halifax, recounting buried stories of war. As they diligently practise together and at home, they have their own personal catharses.
4:00 am
Some Sort of Judas
Kevin Williams, a once-popular Toronto rapper known as Mayhem Morearty, became a Crown witness and informant against his former associate Mark Moore, a serial killer who shot four men in cold blood in 2010. Fearing for his life and ostracized by his community for breaking its code of silence, Williams is released from prison into an uncertain future.
5:00 am
Sparring with the U.S. on Trade; Helping Soldiers Heal
The Agenda welcomes former U.S. ambassador Bruce Heyman to discuss the US-Canada trade spat and his assessment of how the rift between the two countries can be mended. Then, our Ontario Hubs look into a project that's hoping to sow seeds of healing for Canadian soldiers facing mental health issues. And, from rebuilding the Ontario Liberal party to responding to asylum seekers crossing our southern border, it's the Agenda's week in review.