For over a century, Indigenous languages were not simply marginalized, they were actively suppressed. That is changing. Ontario Hubs journalist covering Indigenous issues Shelby Lisk explains.
November 27, 2020 - 8:10
- November 27, 2020 - 17:48The Agenda looks back on its week of programming, including Cornwall's cat crisis, Ontario's handling of COVID-19 in long-term care, and the harmful conspiracy theories about human trafficking.
- November 27, 2020 - 30:21The Agenda welcomes Jennifer Pagliaro, city hall reporter with the Toronto Star; and Anna Banerji, an infectious disease specialist with the University of Toronto, to discuss our collective COVID-19 fatigue - and the risks it presents.
- November 26, 2020 - 24:06Prominent feminist Judy Rebick discusses her own personal triumphs and tragedies.
- November 26, 2020 - 32:16How are efforts to fight human trafficking being compromised by dangerous conspiracy theories? And what motivates people to believe in such disinformation?
- November 25, 2020 - 34:03What does Ontario have to do to keep long-term care residents safe from COVID-19 outbreaks?
- November 25, 2020 - 20:37Minister of Long-Term Care Merrilee Fullerton discusses the Ontario government's approach to long-term care homes during COVID-19's second wave.
- November 24, 2020 - 27:25The explorer and best-selling author discusses his book, "Ice Walker: A Polar Bear's Journey Through the Fragile Arctic."
- November 24, 2020 - 26:56The filmmaker and participants in TVO's Original documentary "Running Wild: The Cats of Cornwall," talk about the feral feline problem in that Ontario city.
- November 23, 2020 - 32:54We explore economic inequality and its impact on democracy and politics.
Three Canadian political trailblazers share their thoughts on what it will take to get more women elected.
COVID-19 has cost the Stratford Festival jobs and box-office revenues. But the country’s biggest artistic endeavour is channelling the Bard to find meaning in unprecedented times.
The 2020-21 budget includes a new program designed to help elderly Ontarians — but we’ve been here before
Here’s how the Conservatives could help themselves, help the Greens, and — at the same time — hurt the Liberals.
The party had tough fights for two of its safest seats. They ultimately triumphed in Toronto, but they may not want to pat themselves on the back
What's on This Week
MonNov 30Has the Internet Been Terrible to the Arts?Essayist and critic William Deresiewicz explains how the digital age has devastated and demonetized the arts, the subject of his new book "The Death of the Artist: How Creators Are Struggling to Survive in the Age of Billionaires and Big Tech." Then, author and winner of the Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction, Jessica J. Lee, discusses her new book in which she discovers her Taiwanese heritage through the country's expansive nature and mountain ranges.
TueDec 01Canada's Fight to End HIV/AIDSToday is World AIDS Day. How is Canada faring in its commitment to eliminate HIV/AIDS as a public health threat by 2030? Then, examining the latest research and treatments in Canada and whether we're any closer to a vaccine.
WedDec 02Lockdown LessonsFew countries have avoided national lockdowns during the pandemic. How has Canada's approach compared to the rest of the world? Then, examining the impact that the pandemic has had on older adults.
ThuDec 03What is the State of Manufacturing in Ontario?Ontario's deputy premier and Minister of Heath, Christine Elliott, talks to Steve Paikin about her government's handling of COVID-19's second wave and where we are on the road to acquiring a vaccine. Then, the province's manufacturing industry has faced some tough challenges over the past decade. But there is positive momentum building up in certain sectors like high-tech and automotive. Can Ontario regain its status as Canada's economic engine?
FriDec 04Canada's Vaccine Delivery EffortAs the world awaits the arrival of vaccines for COVID-19, The Agenda explores what, if any capacity Canada has to manufacture the new kind of vaccines that have shown high efficacy. Also, how will they be rolled-out, once they arrive on Canada's shores. Then, TVO's regional journalists discuss issues in the communities they cover. And, a review of this week's top stories.