16:32 Jun 27, 2016Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa joins The Agenda to discuss the revamped Canada Pension Plan.
18:17 Jun 27, 2016The Agenda digs into the culture of meals, and why some eating habits are more beneficial than others.
19:44 Jun 27, 2016The Agenda discusses the debate around emotional intelligence.
23:43 Jun 24, 2016The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
29:39 Jun 24, 2016In the wake of Britain's decision to leave the EU, The Agenda discusses financial, political and social implications.
21:25 Jun 23, 2016The Agenda looks at how digital technology is affecting Canada's influence in the world.
33:36 Jun 23, 2016As Parliament breaks for the summer, The Agenda delves into what lies ahead for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
39:38 Jun 22, 2016The Agenda examines the effect of Donald Trump's candidacy on U.S. politics.
15:21 Jun 22, 2016Lawrence Krauss joins The Agenda to discuss the physics of 'Star Trek'.
This Week on The Agenda
Pension Plans and Hotdog Stands
The Agenda discusses the revamped Canada Pension Plan with Ontario Finance Minister, Charles Sousa. Then, food experts discuss the culture of lunch and dinner. Also, the validity of emotional intelligence is back up for debate.
Sports, Media and Diversity
The Agenda examines sports and belonging in relation to Canadian newcomers. Then, diverse women in media face questions of race and representation in broadcasting and beyond.
Parental Rights and Tech for the Future
The Agenda looks at the battle to change the legal definition of parent, giving LGBTQ families equal rights. Also, how technology is already shaping the future.
Fiction and Music
The Agenda discusses the rising popularity of historical fiction, and whether books can be both literary and popular. Also, musician Moby discusses his time as a multimillion-album-selling DJ, and his current work as an animal rights activist.
The Idea of Canada
On Canada's 149th birthday, The Agenda looks at how the work of artist Lawren Harris has shaped the country's vision of itself, and why Canadians are conflicted over what represents the country culturally. Also, Canada's new ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations on renewing a relationship with the world body.
Toronto’s mayor knows the case for a multi-billion subway extension into Scarborough is risky. But there are solid reasons why he's going for it.
Yes, a majority of Britons voted to leave the European Union. But that doesn't mean the Brexit is, as they say in Brussels, a fait accompli.
Here's why the changing narrative of a revitalized and increasingly legitimate Senate is a good thing.
Kathleen Wynne’s efforts towards a made-in-Ontario pension strategy were a big factor in Monday’s Canada Pension Plan deal.
Unlike the toxic Supreme Court system south of the border, Canada’s top court plays an active part in promoting social unity.