OPINION: Ontario voters often get up in arms about MPP pensions. Here’s why their outrage is misplaced.
- March 20, 2019 - 34:24Is there really an urban-rural divide in Ontario in the way people view their lives?
- March 19, 2019 - 38:34The Agenda discusses the state of disrepair of some of the GTA's oldest rental apartment buildings, and the effects of tenants.
- March 19, 2019 - 16:29The Agenda discusses the relationship between health and homelessness.
- March 18, 2019 - 27:57Steve Paikin talks to Second World War veteran Liam Dwyer about his time in the Royal Canadian Navy.
- March 18, 2019 - 29:39The Agenda discusses the effects of changes to the Senate of Canada.
- March 15, 2019 - 20:26The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
- March 15, 2019 - 6:57Indigenous people are creating a space for themselves online. Indigenous Hub journalist, Haley Lewis, explains how.
- March 15, 2019 - 25:57The Agenda welcomes Navdeep Bains, federal minister of innovation, science and economic development, to discuss the Liberal government's plans for boosting innovation.
- March 14, 2019 - 18:54The Agenda discusses whether national pharmacare is possible in Canada, and what such a system should look like.
Steve Paikin's Articles
Majority governments may seem to have all the power — but the flap over the OPP commissioner appointment demonstrates that they can be convinced to back down.
Some Liberals in this province are thinking that former MPP Tim Murphy should run for leader. They may be on to something.
New rules have come into effect governing freedom of speech at post-secondary institutions. This could get ugly — and expensive.
Richard Nixon was arguably the most brilliant foreign-policy practitioner in U.S. history. He also talked like a mob boss.
What's on This Week
MonMar 18Senate Renewal in Canada; Defending Canada's ShoresThe Agenda discusses the findings of a new report that's taken stock of the membership and procedural changes made to the Senate of Canada. Then, Liam Dwyer, a Royal Canadian Navy veteran, speaks about his experiences in the Second World War, and his involvement in the development of the Avro Arrow project.
TueMar 19Safeguarding Rental Housing; Supporting Homeless PeopleThe Agenda discusses the state of Toronto's residential building stock and where the responsibly lies for conducting routine inspections and properly maintaining equipment. Then, Dr. Mitchell Katz on how finding permanent supportive housing for people with mental and physical health needs can lead to huge health-care savings.
WedMar 20Ontario's Regional Differences; The Truth About MammographyThe Agenda discusses the results of a cross-province survey which measured attitudes towards issues such as immigration, health care, taxes, reconciliation, and more. Then, former journalist and author Renée Pellerin on whether breast cancer screenings do more harm than good.
ThuMar 21Education Reforms in Ontario; Cellphone-Free ClassroomsIncrease in high-school class sizes. A re-vamped sex-ed curriculum. New math. The Agenda explores some of the significant changes announced by the PC government to Ontario's education system. Then, examining Ontario's recent decision to ban in-class mobile phone use and whether it will help or harm students.
FriMar 22Art and Censorship; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's WeekMultimedia artist and broadcaster Sook Yin Lee discusses her performance documentary, Unsafe, on the topic of art censorship in Canada. Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.