19:57 - Feb 22, 2019The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
11:30 - Feb 22, 2019Northwestern Ontario Hubs journalist Jon Thompson discusses pressing issues in the region.
22:49 - Feb 22, 2019The Agenda welcomes Susan le Jeune d'Allegeershecque, the British High Commissioner to Canada, about the what a possible no-deal Brexit means for Canada.
25:36 - Feb 21, 2019The Agenda welcomes Dan Doctoroff, founder and CEO of Sidewalk Labs, to discuss the complex project.
28:38 - Feb 21, 2019The Agenda discusses the role condo boards play in governing buildings and owners.
14:45 - Feb 20, 2019The Agenda welcomes Bob McLeod, premier of the Northwest Territories, to discuss issues affecting his region.
40:01 - Feb 20, 2019The Agenda discusses the Ontario government's proposal to take over TTC subways.
23:13 - Feb 19, 2019Parag Khanna discusses his book, "The Future is Asian."
31:41 - Feb 19, 2019The Agenda discusses the federal government's ongoing SNC-Lavalin controversy.
This Week on The Agenda
The Future of Digital News; Journalism Under Fire
The Agenda examines the uncertain future of digital media in the wake of layoffs at outlets such as Buzzfeed and Vice. Then, Jill Abramson, former executive editor of the New York Times discusses her new book, "Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts," and how she's weathering accusations of plagiarism.
Overhauling Ontario's Autism Supports
The Agenda discusses the Ontario government's new autism funding program and potential repercussions for children and families across the province.
Settling Newcomers in Ontario
The Agenda discusses whether the creation of a rural-focused immigration program for Ontario could help address the current imbalance that means the vast majority of immigrants settle in and around bigger cities.
Peace in Afghanistan?; China's Influence in Canada
Is Peace Possible in Afghanistan?; China's Influence in Canada The Agenda examines the details of a draft peace pact between the U.S. and the Taliban. Then, journalist Jonathan Manthorpe discusses his new book, "Claws of the Panda: Beijing's Campaign of Influence and Intimidation in Canada."
Prized Non-fiction; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda welcomes the nominees for this year's RBC Taylor Prize for Canadian non-fiction to discuss their books. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Richard Nixon was arguably the most brilliant foreign-policy practitioner in U.S. history. He also talked like a mob boss.
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.