37:35 Sep 21, 2017The Agenda discusses the documentary, "Much Too Young," with its creators and subjects.
20:04 Sep 21, 2017The Agenda discusses new research in dementia.
16:49 Sep 20, 2017The Agenda discusses how adults can help guide teen girls through the pressures of growing up.
12:14 Sep 20, 2017The Agenda welcomes economist Beata Caranci, to discuss her report, "Women and Stem: Bridging the Divide."
24:46 Sep 20, 2017The Agenda discusses the state of the Ontario economy.
5:20 Sep 19, 2017The Agenda speaks to Toronto's outgoing chief planner Jennifer Keesmaat about densification and those that oppose it.
19:15 Sep 19, 2017The Agenda welcoms PC president Rick Dykstra to discuss the status of his party.
29:46 Sep 19, 2017The Agenda discusses the issues within the Ontario Progressive Conservative party that are affecting the nominations process leading into the 2018 provincial election.
18:57 Sep 18, 2017Veteran filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin discusses her latest documentary, 'Our People Will Be Healed.'
This Week on The Agenda
Battling Over Tax Reform; A Prolific Documentarian
The Agenda examines the federal government's proposed tax changes and how Canadians will be affected. Then, distinguished documentary filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin discusses her half-century long career.
Ontario PC's Internal Strife
The Agenda looks into some of the internal issues facing Patrick Brown and the Ontario Progressive Conservatives.
Benchmarking the Ontario Economy; Raising Resilient Girls
The Agenda gauges the state of the Ontario economy. Then, why the gender gap in education and the workplace persists. And, how parents and other adult role models are the key to protecting girls from the negative influences of social media.
Staving Off Dementia; An Early Onset
The Agenda explores the latest in dementia research and what can be done to keep it at bay. Then, a look into what it's like as a young person to care for a parent with early onset Alzheimer's, the topic of the documentary "Much Too Young" which premieres tonight at 9 p.m. on TVO.
Targeting Indigenous Mental Health; Ontario Hubs
While both the federal and provincial governments have committed money to address Indigenous mental health, crises of youth suicide continue in a number of remote Ontario communities. Is a new approach needed? And what can the Ontario Brain Institute offer up that hasn't been included in previous attempts to address the problems these communities face? Then, The Agenda catches up with Ontario Hubs, and reviews its week of programming.
Expert pollsters and strategists offer their takes on the 2018 vote with less than nine months to go.
Ontarians electing an NDP government in 2018 seems improbable to many. But so did electing an NDP government in 1990.
David Peterson’s Liberals are a case study in the highs and lows of politics.
Is there a way for Ontario’s Progressive Conservative leader to sell his party on pricing carbon?
Though she’s deeply unpopular, the premier still has time to turn things around before the next election. Can she?