34:48 May 26, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
19:25 May 26, 2017The Agenda discusses how content on Facebook gets moderated.
26:17 May 25, 2017The Agenda discusses new opportunities for employment for the sectors of the population that find it difficult to find work.
27:05 May 25, 2017The Agenda speaks to Crown and defense lawyers discuss the Jordan Decision as a response to trial delays in Ontario.
32:03 May 24, 2017The Agenda discusses Ontario's forest industry with a panel of people whose livelihoods depend on a thriving forestry sector.
23:23 May 24, 2017David Orazietti joins The Agenda to reflect on his life in politics, his future in the post-secondary world, a by-election in his hometown.
20:13 May 23, 2017The Agenda discusses the challenges of living with autism.
33:28 May 23, 2017The Agenda discusses discrimation some older workers face.
17:18 May 22, 2017The Agenda learns how one Ontario school proved how multiculturalism can thrive.
This Week on The Agenda
Stephen Harper's Successor; The Demise of Heenan Blaikie
The search for Stephen Harper's replacement as leader of the Conservative Party of Canada has come to end. The Agenda examines the winning candidate and how the party will move forward. Then, inside the rise and fall of Heenan Blaikie, one of Canada's most storied law firms.
Sir John's Echo and Canadian Federalism
The Agenda discusses whether Canada is best served by a strong central government, as Sir John A. Macdonald and the country's other founders intended, or if power should reside with the provinces.
Toronto: Built on Mining; Problems With Mining Abroad
The Agenda digs into how Toronto became the global headquarters of the mining industry. Then, why Canadian resource extraction companies don't get a warm welcome in the Philippines. And, a look at the obligations companies have when mining abroad.
Donald Trump and NATO; The Ghost of Billy Bishop
Last week, President Trump railed against his NATO allies on defence spending and failed to explicitly endorse Article 5, the treaty's mutual defence clause. The Agenda examines Trump's stance on the nearly 70-year-old alliance and what it means for its future. Then, Diana Bishop, granddaughter of First World War flying ace Billy Bishop, discusses the difficulty she and her father faced growing up in her grandfather's shadow.
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week. Then, a new federal Conservative leader, Canadian federalism, mining in Canada and abroad, Trump vs. NATO, and Billy Bishop's granddaughter. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
The consequences of Ontario’s 1985’s Liberal-NDP accord offers lessons for B.C.’s Green Party as they find themselves political kingmakers .
The assumption that the 2018 Ontario election is the Tories’ to lose has led to some embarrassing fights at the riding level
The speaker of the legislature isn’t running again, leading to insta-commentary proclaiming that Liberals are abandoning ship. The real explanation might be much more mundane.
The latest chapter in the rollercoaster relationship between the premier of Ontario and the mayor of Toronto: PC Leader Patrick Brown and John Tory make friends.
It makes for great optics, but what does the health care expansion really amount to?