28:33 - Feb 16, 2018The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
7:11 - Feb 16, 2018Ontario Hubs journalist Jon Thompson joins The Agenda to discuss human trafficking in the Lake of the Woods area.
18:19 - Feb 16, 2018The Agenda welcomes Frank Iacobucci to discuss Gerald Stanley's not-guilty verdict for the death of Colton Boushie.
57:22 - Feb 15, 2018Steve Paikin hosts the first Ontario PC leadership debate.
7:06 - Feb 14, 2018Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan highlights the work of a fashion model who is striving to change the way people think about disability.
19:31 - Feb 14, 2018The Agenda discusses how children are affected by smart devices and how to limit their screen time.
28:37 - Feb 14, 2018The hosts and producer of the "The Secret Life of Canada" podcast joins The Agenda to discuss Canada's rarely told stories.
27:18 - Feb 13, 2018The Agenda discusses the many facets of grief and its physical and psychological effects.
29:44 - Feb 13, 2018Michael Enright speaks with Steve Paikin about his many years in journalism, including 44 years at CBC.
This Week on The Agenda
The Subban Plan for Success; Sculpting Canada
The Agenda welcomes author and motivational speaker Karl Subban to share his tips on how to be successful in hockey, school, and life. Then, renowned Canadian sculptor Ruth Abernethy discusses her work. And, a look at the plight of the Algonquin wolf in Ontario and why greater protections are needed to protect the species.
Making Poverty an Election Issue; Trumpism in Canada?
How can Ontario's party leaders plan for the elimination of child and family poverty across the province? The Agenda welcomes a panel of advocates and experts to share their recommendations. Then, can the political forces and attitudes that have caused massive change in the United Kingdom and the United States exist here in Canada?
A Portrait of Life on the Fringe; Revisiting the Museum
The Agenda discusses documentary filmmaker Charles Officer's award-winning film "Unarmed Verses," a thoughtful and vivid portrait of a community facing imposed relocation from their Toronto neighbourhood. Then, how are museums looking ahead to the future?
Top Risks for 2018
The Agenda welcomes Ian Bremmer, the president of The Eurasia Group, to share his annual forecast of the political risks that are most likely to play out over the course of this year.
Taylor Prize Finalists, Ontario Hubs, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda welcomes the five finalists for the RBC Taylor Prize for non-fiction. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss their in-progress stories. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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