McGill University economist Chris Ragan, chair of Canada's Ecofiscal Commission explains the group's final report exploring this country's options for reducing its greenhouse gas emissions.
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- January 27, 2020 - 31:14Does Ontario have enough skilled-trade workers to get planned projects done on time and on budget?
- January 24, 2020 - 6:58Northwestern Ontario Hubs reporter Jon Thompson describes a new kind of funding for northern Ontario farmers.
- January 24, 2020 - 24:28The Conservative Party of Canada will soon choose a new leader. What is the state of the race today?
- January 24, 2020 - 22:48The Agenda reviews its top stories from the week.
- January 23, 2020 - 36:40Queen's Park has bailed out the horse-racing industry, but is that a sustainable financial model going forward? We look at the future of horse racing in Ontario.
- January 23, 2020 - 17:29The province has taken over the enforcement of Ontario's animal cruelty laws. We learn what that means for the welfare of animals.
- January 22, 2020 - 8:01Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks to a family of Syrian immigrants about flight, arrival, and settlement.
- January 22, 2020 - 30:30Foreign affairs experts discuss Canada's response to the plane crash shot down by an Iranian missile that killed 57 Canadians.
- January 21, 2020 - 19:47Gary Crawford, Toronto's budget chief and Shelley Carroll, the city's former budget chief, discuss municipal budgets during a time of cutbacks.
At an event this week, three of Canada’s most prominent former MPs peeled back the curtain on the realities of being a woman in politics.
ANALYSIS: The federal Conservatives are a unique coalition of disparate interest groups. Which candidate can bring them all together?
What's on This Week
MonJan 27Ontario's Skilled Trades; Meeting GHG TargetsCan Ontario's construction industry handle a complex series of infrastructure projects over the next decade? Then, Ecofiscal Commission chair Chris Ragan explains how close Canada is to meeting its 2030 goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by almost one-third from where it sits now.
TueJan 28Harnessing Failure; Psychology of Bad DecisionsCan acknowledging and adapting to failure help individuals and organizations pursue innovation and build resilience? Then, is there science behind making questionable or regrettable choices?
WedJan 29How to Age Well; Does Old Age Equal Happiness?Renowned neuroscientist Daniel Levitin reveals the secrets to aging gracefully and how to live life to the fullest even as the years dwindle. Then, at what time of life do people report the highest levels of happiness?
ThuJan 30Art Fraud in Canada; A Future for Foster KidsOn February 1, TVO presents the world broadcast premiere of "There Are No Fakes," a TVO Original documentary that dives into the shadowy world of art fraud in Canada. Filmmaker Jamie Kastner talks about what went into making the documentary, the forgery ring that plagued the market for Indigenous art star Norval Morrisseau's work, and Morrisseau's legacy itself. Then, how a tuition-waiver program is helping former youth in care in Ontario.
FriJan 31Ontario Hubs: The Agenda's WeekTVO's regional journalists discuss stories they're following. Then, a roundup of highlights from this week's programming.