Writer, author and activist Judy Rebick joins Steve Paikin to discuss the documentary, "Judy Versus Capitalism". The film chronicles Rebick's career as an activist for women's rights and abortion access, as well as her mental health challenges. The film screened at the Rendezvous With Madness Festival.
November 26, 2020 - 24:06
- 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.
- November 23, 2020 - 21:30Leading expert in business management Roger Martin discusses his book, "When More is Not Better: Overcoming America's Obsession with Economic Efficiency."
- November 20, 2020 - 21:29The Agenda looks back on its week of programming, including pandemic literature, library services during COVID-19, post-war Iraq, and Doug Ford's approach to the pandemic.
- November 20, 2020 - 7:54What 's the result of Ontario's fairly recent requirement that municipalities have a system for accountability?
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 23The Dark Side of EfficiencyIs America's relentless pursuit of economic efficiency undermining democratic capitalism? World-renowned business thinker and author Roger L. Martin thinks so. He's written a new book about it and shares his insights with Steve Paikin. Then, what business leaders can do to change course.
TueNov 24Cornwall's Cat CrisisA new TVO Original documentary, "Running Wild: The Cats of Cornwall," shines a light on how that small Ontario city has made headlines over its feral cat population. The team behind the project describes the troubling effects on the community and how the citizens are devoted to fixing it. Then, explorer and famed geographer James Raffan on the plight of the polar bear.
WedNov 25Committing to Better Long-Term CareAs infection rates continue to rise during the pandemic's second wave, is enough being done to protect residents, caregivers, and staff in LTC settings? Then, Ontario's Minister of Longer-Term Care Merrilee Fullerton maps out the government's efforts towards quality care in long-term care homes.
ThuNov 26Fighting the Spread of Child-Trafficking ConspiraciesHow are efforts to fight human trafficking being compromised by dangerous conspiracy theories? And what motivates people to believe in such disinformation? Then, prominent feminist Judy Rebick discusses her own personal triumphs and tragedies.
FriNov 27Will COVID Fatigue Get the Better of Us?The most populous parts of Ontario are now in lockdown. And signs of COVID fatigue are beginning to show. Well check in on that tonight.