18:49 - Jan 21, 2019The Agenda discusses impediments to building pipelines in Canada.
20:52 - Jan 18, 2019The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
7:24 - Jan 18, 2019The Agenda discusses how the closure of bank branches in northern Ontario affects the most vulnerable citizens.
27:15 - Jan 18, 2019The Agenda discusses the future of Brexit after this week's defeat of Prime Minister Theresa May's deal.
26:13 - Jan 17, 2019Author Susan Orlean discusses, "The Library Book," which tells the story of the 1986 fire at the Los Angeles Central Library.
28:18 - Jan 17, 2019The Agenda welcomes Marc Mayer, outgoing CEO and director of the National Gallery of Canada, to reflect on his tenure there.
25:38 - Jan 16, 2019Ben Macintyre joins The Agenda to discuss his book, "The Spy and the Traitor: The Greatest Espionage Story of the Cold War."
28:48 - Jan 16, 2019Foreign correspondent Matthew Fisher and the Munk School's Janice Stein discuss world events in 2018, and what to watch in 2019.
29:13 - Jan 15, 2019The Agenda looks at the psychological effects climate change can have on some scientists.
This Week on The Agenda
Challenging Times for Oil and Gas; Pipeline Politics
The Agenda looks into whether 2019 will be another difficult year for Canada's oil and gas industry. Then, examining the forces that are preventing the country from completing a new oil pipeline.
Carbon Tax Alternatives; A Shift in Social Services Delivery
Climate-energy economist Marc Jaccard explains why diverse policies - and not just carbon pricing - are needed to achieve big reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Then, The Agenda assesses the value of social impact bonds - a tool used by some governments to raise private capital to pay for social services.
Life After GM; Transforming Manufacturing Through AI
The Agenda assesses the economic and social impacts of GM's decision to close down operations at their Oshawa assembly plant. Then, how artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the world of manufacturing.
Taking Care of Ontario's Animals; Trust in Trustees?
The policing powers of Ontario's animal protection officers have been deemed unconstitutional by an Ontario Superior Court judge. The Agenda examines what this ruling means and what new direction the OSPCA could take to ensure animal welfare across the province. Then, assessing school board trustees and whether they're living up to their role in Ontario's school system.
Recognizing Tamil-Canadians; Ontario Hubs: The Agenda's Week
The Agenda looks at the contributions that Tamil immigrants have made to Canadian society. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
America’s best-known investigative reporter came to Mississauga and shared two hours’ worth of observations on a turbulent time in U.S. politics.
Early 20th-century Brampton turns out to be more fertile ground for literature than you’d think. Steve Paikin spoke to lawyer-turned-author Lynne Golding about her new novel and its unique setting.
Despite losing the Toronto mayor’s race, the former chief planner secured 180,000 votes. Do they represent a base of support for future runs?
Months after getting trounced in the provincial election, the Liberals still have some important decisions to make about their future.
He might not have been an MPP for very long, but Glenn Thibeault had one of the most tumultuous terms ever — and on Tuesday, he was back in the hot seat.