28:01 - Feb 15, 2019The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
8:35 - Feb 15, 2019Northeastern Hubs reporter Claude Sharma discusses PM Justin Trudeau's visit to Sudbury this week.
17:31 - Feb 15, 2019Canadian author Cecil Foster joins The Agenda to discuss his book, "They Call Me George: The Untold Story of Black Train Porters and the Birth of Modern Canada."
31:31 - Feb 14, 2019The Agenda discusses how politicians to work to overcome some of their differences.
29:59 - Feb 14, 2019The Agenda welcomes author Eric Kaufmann to discuss his book, "White Shift:Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities."
22:14 - Feb 13, 2019The Agenda discusses how well Canada is supporting its older citizens to make the most of their later years.
32:14 - Feb 13, 2019Authors John Ibbitson and Darrel Bricker discuss their new book, "Empty Plant: The Shock of Global Populatation Decline."
19:24 - Feb 12, 2019The Agenda welcomes Sylvain Charlebois to discuss a recent report that shows Canadians are not eating meat to the extent they used to.
34:49 - Feb 12, 2019The Agenda discusses Canada's complex food system and whether a national approach is needed.
This Week on The Agenda
Two Bright Lights in CanLit
Author and publisher Anna Porter looks back at her incredible journey in book publishing, during which time she left an indelible mark on modern Canadian literature. Then, Barry Callaghan, Canada's eminent man of letters, discusses his most recent publication, a collection that brings together some of his finest literary works.
The SNC-Lavalin Controversy; The Rise of Asia
The Agenda takes stock of the growing scandal involving SNC-Lavalin - one of Canada's biggest engineering companies. Then, geopolitical strategist Parag Khanna on how Asia's growing influence is altering the world economy.
Subway Upload; Growing the Northwest Territories
The Agenda looks at Ontario's proposal to upload Toronto's subway system to the province. Then, Northwest Territories Premier Bob McLeod discusses efforts to boost Ottawa's investment in the region.
Condo Governance; A Wild Time in Public Office
The Agenda examines the rules governing condominium communities, and the disagreements that can arise when they come into conflict with the rights of individual homeowners. Then, Howard Moscoe, a veteran politician, reminisces about his eventful career at the municipal level.
Canada-U.K. Relations; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda welcomes Susan le Jeune d'Allegeershecque, the U.K. High Commissioner to Canada, to discuss the status of Canada's relationship with the U.K. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
In 1972, Margaret Birch made history as the first woman appointed to the Ontario government’s executive council. Last weekend, I headed down memory lane with her.
The Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario plays a crucial role in our democracy — and a town hall in Toronto this week offered valuable insights into the role.
David Smith has been a Liberal operative, a federal minister, and a senator — and he has the stories to prove it.
Alex Jadad has travelled the world looking for ways to make health care in Ontario better and less expensive. Here’s what he’s discovered.
America’s best-known investigative reporter came to Mississauga and shared two hours’ worth of observations on a turbulent time in U.S. politics.