17:19 Mar 22, 2017The Agenda welcomes The Water Brothers to how Canada stacks up against other countries they've seen in relation to water.
10:32 Mar 22, 2017The Agenda examines why people need to think more about what they flush down the toilet.
25:09 Mar 22, 2017The Agenda discusses the status of funding for the Great Lakes under Donald Trump.
30:36 Mar 21, 2017The Agenda welcomes Dominic Barton, economic adviser to Justin Trudeau, to discuss his advice to the federal government.
30:39 Mar 21, 2017The Agenda discusses Kathleen Wynne's chances in the 2018 election.
19:12 Mar 20, 2017The Agenda welcomes Carrie Bourassa, the new scientific director of the Institute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health in Sudbury to discuss what can be done about the gaps in health for Indigenous Ontarians.
34:36 Mar 20, 2017The Agenda discussing what harnessing the brain's natural placebo effect means for medicine.
34:21 Mar 17, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
19:39 Mar 17, 2017The Agenda discusses the results of the recent election in the Netherlands.
This Week on The Agenda
The Placebo Effect Reconsidered; Improving Aboriginal Health
The Agenda examines new insights into the placebo effect and whether placebos have healing properties of their own. Then, Dr. Carrie Bourassa discusses how the new Institute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health Centre will improve and promote the health of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people in Canada.
Wynne's Political Future; The PM's Economic Consultant
The Agenda examines whether Kathleen Wynne is still the best choice to lead the Ontario Liberals into the June 2018 general election. Then, Dominic Barton, Prime Minister Trudeau's choice to chair his Advisory Council on Economic Growth, discusses what the federal government should do to grow the Canadian economy.
World Water Day
World Water Day is held annually on March 22nd as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. The Agenda looks at how the health of the Great Lakes will be affected by Donald Trump's budget cuts, why flushable wipes aren't so flushable, and The Water Brothers discuss the state of water around the world.
A Sermon to White America; Broadway-bound ... Again
The Agenda welcomes professor and author Michael Eric Dyson to discuss race relations in Trump's America and his newest book, "Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America." Then, theatrical producer Garth Drabinsky discusses his Broadway comeback.
The Agenda's Story; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights an important story from this week. Then, harnessing the placebo effect, Indigenous health-care gaps, dissecting Kathleen Wynne's leadership, a conversation with Justin Trudeau's economic go-to-guy, World Water Day, and scrutinizing white America. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Ontario MPPs Jim Bradley, Ted McMeekin, and Mario Sergio reflect on the half-year since they left cabinet.
The dispute between Kathleen Wynne and John Tory over road tolls raises larger questions about the relationship between the province and local governments.
The premier has surprised both John Tory and many observers by rejecting Toronto's plan to impose road tolls to pay for transit. But that decision will help Wynne, the opposition parties, and Tory himself.
It would be incredibly risky, but here’s one bold idea that might result in an unexpected election victory in 2018.
For more than 30 years, bilingualism has been considered a requirement for any serious contender for prime minister. Those days may be ending.