26:25 - Feb 27, 2018The Agenda discusses what can be done to help those struggling with congenital heart issues.
28:09 - Feb 27, 2018The Agenda discusses Ontario's most virulent flu season in about a decade.
21:40 - Feb 26, 2018The Agenda discusses how emotions shape spending and financial decisions.
21:56 - Feb 26, 2018The Agenda discusses interprovincial trade issues.
11:35 - Feb 26, 2018The Agenda welcomes Shachi Kurl, Executive Director of the Angus Reid Institute, for some insight into how Canadians view interprovincial issues.
18:39 - Feb 23, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
8:32 - Feb 23, 2018The Agenda discusses the small community called Welbeck, Ontario.
26:53 - Feb 23, 2018The Agenda welcomes the five RBC Taylor Prize finalists to discuss their books.
5:13 - Feb 22, 2018Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan looks into innovations at Humber River Hospital.
This Week on The Agenda
Breaking Trade Barriers; Happy Spending
The Agenda asks whether it's time to eliminate provincial trade barriers and allow for any legally purchased product to be brought from one province to another. Then, author and financial planner Shannon Lee Simmons on how to live a worry-free financial life.
A Tough Flu Season; Mending Broken Hearts
The Agenda looks into why Ontario is experiencing an unusually harsh flu season, and how the province fares on preventable health care. Then, examining the number of congenital heart defects that occur in Canada, and the latest research that is helping patients regain normal heart function.
Living Small in the City; Welcome to Welbeck
As more and more Canadians opt for small spaces over suburban sprawl, The Agenda examines how families are adapting to high-rise living, and how condo planning is shifting towards accommodating the demand. Then, Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan takes the pulse of Welbeck, Ont., home of Ontario PC leadership candidate Tanya Granic Allen.
The Agenda examines why Canada is planning to make big investments to strengthen the country's protections and response capabilities in the event of a cyber attack.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
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