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How should Canada's penal institutions respond to the COVID-19 pandemic? The Agenda welcomes Lee Chapelle, president of Canadian Prison Consulting; Kim Pate, an independent senator; and correctional officer Chris Jackel.
Alice Roberts visits archeological excavations around the United Kingdom. In this episode: a monument as old as Stonehenge, a dig at the site of Britain's first tank battle, and some disturbing Roman burials.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario last month introduced a temporary certificate that allows graduating residents to serve as doctors without taking their professional examinations. They will also be eligible to become locums — physicians who travel into communities on a short-term basis. Northwestern Ontario reporter Jon Thompson speaks to medical students hoping to help.
When the Spanish flu appeared in Ontario in 1918, volunteer organizations played a crucial role in delivering social services. Writer Karen Black explains how the province rallied to provide support.
Tonight on TVO
8 p.m. — The Agenda: Revisiting basic income
Will the COVID-19 pandemic lead to greater acceptance of the concept of a universal income? Experts Evelyn Forget and Mike Perry join Steve Paikin to discuss what the current crisis tells us about the future of economic policy.
9 p.m. — Ballet Boys
Meet three young Norwegian boys who are passionate about ballet. Near the end of high school, their friendship is tested as they discover whether they have the dedication and skill to make a career in dance.