- April 19, 2019 - 21:54Being a foreign correspondent was always a dream job for former journalist Sean Mallen. He visits The Agenda to discuss the reality of the job - and what it does to family life - in his book ,Falling for London: A Cautionary Tale.,
- April 18, 2019 - 20:17Legal Aid Ontario saw a 30% cut to its funding in the 2019 provincial budget, a reduction of $133 million annually. The Agenda looks at how will affect low-income Ontarians who need legal representation.
- April 18, 2019 - 34:40Canada has become a global haven for laundering dirty money, particularly via its hot real estate markets. Some estimates put the numbers in the billions.
- April 17, 2019 - 19:23Economic historian Adam Tooze, winner of this year's Gelber Prize for foreign affairs non-fiction, discusses his book, ,Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World.,
- April 17, 2019 - 34:46The Agenda examines whether the Canadian political system can handle the challenge of delivering transformative national projects in an increasingly complex world.
- April 16, 2019 - 22:46The Ontario government is mandating that all high school students will be required to take four online credit courses. The Agenda discusses how this will impact learning, and how to make sure students will succeed in the online class environment.
- April 16, 2019 - 31:43With new governments come new transit plans. Jennifer Keesmaat, Matti Siemiatycki and Murtaza Haider join Steve Paikin as The Agenda evaluates the province's new ideas for transit in the Toronto area.
- April 15, 2019 - 11:10While last week's Ontario budget didn't mention the $2 per hour provincial wage grant that tops up the pay of Early Childhood Educators, advocates have learned the grant will continue. Rachel Lafferty, joins The Agenda to discuss the role of ECEs.
- April 15, 2019 - 29:58The Ontario Progressive Conservative government's first budget includes a tax credit designed to reduce child care expenses for families. The Agenda examines how this tax credit will work and explores other changes to child care in Ontario.
Soon, and for the first time ever, the halls of the Ontario legislature will feature a portrait of a female premier.
What's on This Week
MonApr 22A Genocide that Shocked the WorldThe Agenda examines what life is like today for Rwandans as they mourn the dead, 25 years since genocide began. Then, looking at the role news media played in fuelling the Rwandan genocide
TueApr 23A Perilous Data Deficit?; The NHL's Ridiculous HistoryThe Agenda discusses why Canada lags far behind when it comes to harnessing the full power of increasingly-available data and what measures are needed to lead and grow in our data-driven world. Then, sportswriter Sean McIndoe discusses the path hockey has taken to get to where it is today.
WedApr 24Cultural Institutions at Risk; Sharon and Bram Say So LongThe Agenda discusses some of the challenges facing Canada's news, television and film businesses and why new cultural policy is needed to ensure their survival. Then, legendary family entertainers Sharon and Bram take a break from their farewell tour to share stories from their 40 years in the business.
ThuApr 25Disappearing Insects; The Most Hated FishThe Agenda examines the main drivers of insect decline across the world and the consequences that lie ahead if the trend is not reversed. Then, environmental journalist and author Andrew Reeves provides a behind-the-scenes look at the heart of the Asian carp crisis in North America.
FriApr 26The PEI Election; Canadian Premier League; The Agenda's WeekThe Agenda looks at the PEI election results. Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. A new sports league looks to forge a new era in Canadian soccer. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.