In 1996, the most unlikely Liberal contestant emerged victorious at Maple Leaf Gardens.
Our wrap up of the week begins with a look at jow can our food cravings be transformed to healthier ones. Then, can anxiety help people cope? Is it time for a four-day work week? What are the latest COVID-19 treatments.? And, we bust some prevalent myths about the virus.
December 3, 2021 - 22:50
December 3, 2021 - 8:04
Patients increasingly must wait on EMS stretchers for offloading to hospitals - and the delays are reaching crisis levels. Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler reports on why.
December 2, 2021 - 16:45
Is it time to replace fabric face-coverings with respirators or surgical masks?
December 2, 2021 - 16:34
Immunologist Dr. Jennifer Gommerman sets the record straight on everything from breakthrough COVID-19 infections to transmissibility of the virus after vaccination.
December 2, 2021 - 21:47
What new antiviral pills and antibody treatments are coming down the pipeline? Infectious disease physician Dr. Zain Chagla gives us a rundown.
December 1, 2021 - 12:00
What can be done about the lingering social stigma associated with HIV and AIDS?
December 1, 2021 - 17:04
What's the connection between AIDS research and the COVID-19 pandemic?
December 1, 2021 - 26:07
Can a shortened week be the answer to everything from productivity to fighting climate change?
November 30, 2021 - 26:08
The Agenda discusses how charities are trying to help those falling behind as wealth inequality grows in this country.
November 30, 2021 - 28:19
This Giving Tuesday, we discuss how the pandemic has affected charitable giving.
Sixty years ago today, John P. Robarts became Ontario’s 17th prime minister — and started transforming the province.
They skated their hearts out for Canada at the 1964 Winter Olympics. Nearly 58 years later, these players still don’t have their medals.
After nearly a decade as Ontario’s education minister, Bill Davis led the Tories to four straight election wins, starting on this date in 1971.
What's on This Week
MonDec 06Binging on Douglas Coupland's FictionAuthor and visual artist Douglas Coupland discusses his new book "Binge: 60 Stories to Make Your Head Feel Different." Then, we look at whether the ,great resignation,, marked by so many countries around the world, is happening in Canada.
TueDec 07An Indigenous Audience with the PopeFormer national chief Phil Fontaine discusses what he and an AFN delegation hope to achieve when they meet with the Pope later this month. Then looking back on the life and legacy of Lee Maracle and the renewed interest in Indigenous storytelling.
WedDec 08Why is Life Becoming More Expensive?Consumer prices in Canada have risen at their fastest rate in almost two decades. What's behind the country's troubling inflation rate and what are some of the policies being discussed that might help address it? Then, Geoffrey Stevens discusses his new book on Canadian politician Flora MacDonald. "Flora! A Woman in a Man's World."
ThuDec 09How is Canada Addressing Free Speech?Free speech has become a deeply embattled issue, especially in academia. Four contributors to a new collection of essays on the nature of the disagreement discuss. Then, author Dara Horn discusses her new book, "People Love Dead Jews: Reports from a Haunted Present."
FriDec 10Ontario News UpdateThe latest news from around the province this week. Then, the latest COVID-19 update from northern Ontario. And we review our week of programming.