The Inside Agenda Blog
Look at how Steve Paikin and a team of political veterans reacted as an unexpected Liberal majority government emerged on election night in Ontario.
Our salute to veterans 100 years after the start of the First World War.
Former NFL player turned actor, Terry Crews spoke to The Agenda about his personal journey to becoming a better man.
The Best of the Agenda continues with a look at the shift in future economic might from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa to Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey.
"Walkable urbanism" is the ideal of gentrification. But some say it homoginizes neighbourhoods. The Agenda looks at the pluses and minuses of urban renewal.
The Agenda gathered experts in the field of brain health to ask: What keeps the brain functioning optimally and can our brains get smarter?
Here is a look at how we covered arguably the biggest international news story of the year.
We kick off a look at some of our best interviews and discussions of the year with Amanda Blackhorse on leading the charge to have the NFL Washington Redskins change their name.
Ontario Education Minister Liz Sandals is attempting to change the "dysfunctional and acrimonious" way things work, or don't work, at the Toronto District School Board. She talks to Steve Paikin about an external report commissioned to address TDSB operational issues.
Sony Pictures cancelling The Interview caused an uproar that has some people worried about the dangerous precedent the action might be setting about the subjects of filmmaking. TVO's documentary, The Defectors: Escape from North Korea, sheds some light on the hold the North Korean regime has on its citizens.
Donuts and skateboards aside, in its 25 years, The Simpsons has provided many lessons in how government does, and doesn't work. Here's a look at some of the show's biting political moments.
Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of December 8-11, 2014.
The Ontario government says the law to create a national park in the Rouge Valley won't adequately protect nature.
At 23 years old, Sheldon Forgette of North Bay, is one of Canada’s youngest currently-serving deputy mayors. Agenda producer Mark Brosens asks Forgette how he came to that position, and how he prepared for his responsibilities.
The former mayor and longtime critic of developers in Toronto, John Sewell, says the builder working to redevelop Regent Park is one of (the only) good ones.
Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of December 1-4, 2014.
Update: Due to the revelations coming out of the U.S. Senate report on the CIA's interrogation techniques on terrorism suspects and its implications for Canada's own anti-terrorism programs, we have decided to make this our story of the week. We remain committed to discussing the issue of racism and the black experience in Ontario and will do so in the near future.
Artist and filmmaker Cory Trépanier discusses how his work connects Canadians with the wilderness and beauty of Canada's North.