The Agenda's Week in Review

This week's review of Agenda episodes features solutions to seniors' housing dilemmas; how we can work together globally to fight climate change; a discussion of Toronto's rapid growth; and Ontario's very serious opioid fatalities problem.
September 13, 2019 - 23:23

Steve Paikin

A birthday bash for one of Ontario’s most legendary premiers reminded me that politics wasn’t always so awful. Can we ever return to civility?
With a new chief of staff in place, Doug Ford has signalled that he wants to change the narrative surrounding his government.
Six generations back, the Doans and the Willsons fell out over religion. But this summer, they buried the hatchet  
Last week, I met a family of Trump supporters on Manitoulin Island. What they had to say was fascinating.  
You might not have heard of her, but you’ve heard her songs. It’s time that we honoured one of our best songwriters.

What's on This Week

  • Mon
    Sep 16
    Troubled Waters
    The Agenda examines some of the major threats plaguing the Great Lakes and why a new report is calling on government to commit to doing more to protect them.
  • Tue
    Sep 17
    Politics, Partisanship, and Polarization
    With political tensions running higher across the country, The Agenda considers how well Canada's federal parties represent the values and attitudes of Canadians.
  • Wed
    Sep 18
    Keeping French Schools French
    The Agenda looks at how French students may be underserved when too many English-speaking students are admitted into their schools, and why Ontario's French school boards are facing a potential constitutional challenge over the issue.
  • Thu
    Sep 19
    Reshaping Capitalism
    The Agenda examines a growing movement that's nudging corporations towards a social purpose beyond profits.
  • Fri
    Sep 20
    Naomi Klein; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
    The Agenda welcomes author and environmental activist Naomi Klein to discuss her latest book, "On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal." Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.