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The Agenda's interview with author, actor and former NFL player Terry Crews went viral this week. Elamin Abdelmahmoud, who spoke to Crews about feminism, consent and the mindset that leads to rape, reflects on the popularity of the video.
What are the lessons and legacies of Marc Lépine's horrifying attack on women at École Polytechnique, December 6, 1989? For TVO.org's Carla Lucchetta, they are lasting.
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced a number of measures and goals today to help combat sexual assault and harassment in Ontario.
Spacing Magazine in Toronto found a novel way to grow its business: open a retail store for merchandise it had previously been selling online.
The late hockey great once spoke to Allan Gregg on TVO about his book My Life in Hockey.
At 28 years old, Mohamed (Mo) Salih is a brand new city councillor in London, Ontario. During his first official week on the job, Mo made time to tell Agenda producer Mark Brosens why he got into politics and what it’s like running for office as a young, black, Muslim.
Every Friday, The Agenda brings you an interview with an expert or newsmaker on the week's top issue in our Story of the Week segment. Vote now.
While Black Friday and Cyber Monday entices people to spend money on themselves, Giving Tuesday encourages them to save a few dollars to help others.
As The Polar Sea, an unprecedented look at Canada's North, airs on TVO, film writer Geoff Pevere discusses the world's oldest documentary, also about Canada's Arctic: Nanook of the North.
Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of November 24-27, 2014.
Today is John Tory's first official day as Mayor of Toronto. Will he put the divisions of the last four years behind him, or does the municipal system of government need a more serious rethink?
TVO's Elamin Abdelmahmoud sits down with former NFLer turned TV and feature film star, Terry Crews, to discuss the personal journey that led to his book Manhood: How to Be A Better Man - Or Just Live With One, as well as his thoughts on consent, men embracing feminism and being an involved father.
Watch an interview with filmmaker Kevin McMahon and narrator Gordon Pinsent discuss an unprecedented look at Canada's Northwest Passage.
Graham Hudson, associate professor and undergraduate program director for the Department of Criminology at Ryerson University, writes about Canada's use of security certificates, and other means by which non-Canadians are detained under suspicion of threat.
Farmers in Northern Ontario see a brighter future thanks to lower land prices — and climate change.
Instead of asking you to choose the topic for this Friday's show, we've decided to zero in on Ferguson. But we'd still like your help in figuring out how to cover this story.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first full-length episode of The Simpsons, The Agenda wants to discuss why there remains interest in the goings-on in Springfield after all these years. And we're wondering if you'd like to be one of our guests.
Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of November 17 to 20, 2014.