guests on The Agenda
Is there really an urban-rural divide in Ontario in the way people view their lives?
Leonard Skye from the article Teaching history, making history: Why Leonard Skye has dedicated his life to educating Canadians through an Indigenous lens
The 70-year-old residential-school survivor was the first Indigenous teacher at Dryden High School. Today, the Leonard Skye Building Bridges Award is presented in his honour. We spoke to Skye about racism, education, and fighting for the next generation.  
a hole in ice for fishing from the article ‘You could freeze to death’: A city-slicker goes ice fishing in Ontario
Why do some Ontarians treat ice fishing like a kind of outland winter religion? TVO.org sent one underdressed reporter to White Lake, an hour west of Ottawa, to find out.
three Indigenous leaders from the article Indigenizing the digital world
TVO.org talks to three Indigenous creators — of video games, apps, online archives, and more — about how they’re working to develop richer, more inclusive online spaces.

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Published On: March 26, 2019

The Machine Mavericks, a group of 14 Kingston-area students, are gearing up for a robotics competition — and encouraging tech-minded girls to get involved in STEM

Published On: March 25, 2019
An exploration of the methods and tactics of Generalissimo Francisco Franco, who ruled Spain with absolute power for four decades.
Published On: March 25, 2019
The Agenda invites two former Ontario ministers of health to discuss changes to health-care delivery in the province.
Published On: March 25, 2019
The Agenda examines new measures in the federal budget to help first-time home buyers.
Published On: March 22, 2019
Nam Kiwanuka talks to Sook-Yin Lee about her docu-performance, "Unsafe," on the topic of artistic freedom and censorship.
Published On: March 22, 2019
The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Published On: March 22, 2019
Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan meets a Kingston-area robotics team to learn how it's striving to reach gender parity in STEM fields.
Published On: March 22, 2019
The 70-year-old residential-school survivor was the first Indigenous teacher at Dryden High School. Today, the Leonard Skye Building Bridges Award is presented in his honour. We spoke to Skye about racism, education, and fighting for the next generation.
 
Published On: March 21, 2019
The Agenda discusses recently announced changes to education in Ontario by the PC government.
Published On: March 21, 2019
Steve Paikin talks to teachers to find out how they handle the use of cellphones by students in Ontario classrooms.
Published On: March 21, 2019

ANALYSIS: Many are saying that a new study shows that Health Canada’s dietary guidelines are too expensive for most Canadians. The reality is more complicated.

Published On: March 20, 2019
Is there really an urban-rural divide in Ontario in the way people view their lives?
Published On: March 19, 2019
The Agenda discusses the state of disrepair of some of the GTA's oldest rental apartment buildings, and the effects of tenants.
Published On: March 19, 2019
The Agenda discusses the relationship between health and homelessness.
Published On: March 18, 2019
Steve Paikin talks to Second World War veteran Liam Dwyer about his time in the Royal Canadian Navy.
Published On: March 15, 2019
Purple outfits, Finnish pride, and clowning the Irish — a brief history of St. Urho’s Day.
Published On: March 15, 2019
TVO.org talks to three Indigenous creators — of video games, apps, online archives, and more — about how they’re working to develop richer, more inclusive online spaces.
Published On: March 15, 2019
The two-night music festival will take over London this weekend. We ask organizers and venues what steps they’re taking to prevent sexual harassment and assault.