Transcript: An Historic Election in PEI; Canada's Premier League | Apr 29, 2019

Steve stands in the studio. He's slim, clean-shaven, in his fifties, with short curly brown hair. He's wearing a gray suit, white shirt, and checked blue tie.
A wall screen behind him reads "The week in review."

Steve says THE AGENDA THIS WEEK
MEASURED CANADA'S DATA DEFICIT;
GAUGED THE EXTENT OF DANGEROUS
DECLINES IN INSECT POPULATIONS;
AND HAD A MEMORABLE VISIT FROM
CHILDREN'S MUSICIANS SHARON AND
BRAM.
THE AGENDA'S WEEK IN REVIEW
BEGINS REFLECTING ON THE
GENOCIDE IN RWANDA, TWENTY-FIVE
YEARS ON.

Music plays as an animated slate reads "The week in review."

Steve sits with four guests in the studio.
A caption on screen reads "Reflections on the genocide in Rwanda. Surviving the slaughter."

Steve says WHERE WERE YOU WHEN
THE GENOCIDE BEGAN?

The caption changes to "Chantal Mudahogora. Baca Youth Ministries."
Then, it changes again to "Surviving the slaughter."

Chantal is in her forties, with short curly brown hair. She's wearing glasses, a red blazer over a patterned shirt, and droplet earrings.

She says THANK YOU, STEVE.
I WAS IN RAMIRA, WHICH IS VERY
CLOSE TO THE AREA WHERE THE U.N.
PEACEKEEPERS WERE.
RAMIRA, IT'S CALLED.
I LIVED IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD AND
I WORKED FOR ICRC, WHICH IS
INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE
RED CROSS.

Steve says RED CROSS, YES.

Chantal says AND I WAS IN MY MIDDLE 20s.
I WAS A YOUNG MOTHER.
MY FIRST BORN WAS THREE YEARS
OLD.

Steve says WHERE WERE YOU AT
THE TIME?

The caption changes to "Eugène Nshimiyimana. McMaster University."

Eugène is in his forties, clean-shaven and bald. He's wearing glasses, a brown plaid suit, yellow shirt, and striped yellow tie.

He says I WAS IN KIGALI, CLOSE TO OUR
CHURCH.
I WAS LIVING BETWEEN... CLOSE TO
THE BRIDGE WHERE THE CAP PIN CAN
DIED.
I WAS VERY YOUNG.
I WAS FINISHING UNIVERSITY.
AND EVERYTHING WAS PROMISING.

Steve says HOW OLD WERE YOU AT
THE TIME?

Eugène says I WAS 26.

Steve says 26.
WHEN YOU HEARD THAT THE PLANE
HAD BEEN SHOT DOWN, DID YOU
THINK HELL WAS ABOUT TO BE
UNLEASHED?

The caption changes to "Chantal Mudahogora. Genocide survivor."

Chantal says YES, I DID, BECAUSE WE
KNEW... WE KNEW A FEW MONTHS...
EVEN A COUPLE OF YEARS BEFORE,
THE MILITIAS HAD BEEN TRAINED
HOW TO KILL AND KILL
SYSTEMATICALLY.
THE LISTS HAD BEEN MADE.
EVERY HOUSEHOLD MEMBER HAD TO BE
PUT ON THE LIST, EVEN THE
YOUNGEST CHILD, EVEN A PREGNANT
WOMAN, EVERYONE IN THE HOUSEHOLD
HAD BEEN PUT ON THE LIST.
WE KNEW THAT IT WAS COMING,
PROBABLY NOT TO THE MAGNITUDE
THAT IT HAPPENED.
AND ALSO WE WERE KIND OF NAIVE
IN A WAY BECAUSE SEEING THE
MILITARY WAS AROUND, THEY HAD
HELICOPTERS, THEY HAD TANKS,
THEY HAD TRUCKS AND MILITARY...
THE BOOTS ON THE GROUND, SO WE
FELT PROBABLY THE ELITE, THE
PEOPLE IN POLITICS MAY BE
KILLED, BUT WE FELT WE WOULD BE
PROTECTED.

The caption changes to "The Week in Review. @theagenda. Tvo.org."

Steve says BY WHOM?

Chantal says USUALLY THE U.N.
THERE WAS A HEAVY PRESENCE OF
THE U.N., ESPECIALLY IN KIGALI,
AND WE DO KNOW, IF KIGALI HAD
BEEN PROTECTED, THAT THE
COUNTRYSIDE COULD HAVE BEEN
PROTECTED AS WELL.

Steve says DID YOU THINK HELL
WAS ABOUT TO BE UNLEASHED WHEN
THAT PLANE WAS SHOT DOWN?

The caption changes to "Eugène Nshimiyimana. Genocide Survivor."

Eugène says YES, I DID.
THERE HAD BEEN KILLING
REHEARSALS TAKING PLACE IN THE
COUNTRY.

Steve says REHEARSALS?

Eugène says YES.

Steve says WHAT DID THAT MEAN?

Eugène says IT MEANS THEY PRACTISED HOW
TO KILL TUTSIS, TO SEE... NO ONE
WAS GOING TO SAY ANYTHING.
THEY STARTED IN A PLACE... THEY
HAD BEEN PRACTISING.
THERE WAS AN ATTEMPT TO RAISE
AWARENESS.
NOBODY DID ANYTHING.
SO WHEN THE PLANE WAS SHOT, WE
KNEW IT WAS OVER.
BUT WE COULDN'T BELIEVE THEY
WOULD GO TO THAT LEVEL BECAUSE
THE U.N. WERE THERE AND WE KIND
OF... THERE COULD BE SOME
MASSACRES BUT NOT A TOTAL
CLEANSING.

The caption changes to "For more on this story visit: tvo.org/theagenda."

Steve says EUGENE, HOW DID YOU
SURVIVE?

Eugène says THAT'S A TOUGH QUESTION.
BUT THERE IS NO FORMULA.
IT'S JUST MINUTE AFTER MINUTE.
EVERY SECOND, THE NEXT SECOND,
YOU FEAR EVERY SECOND BUT YOU
KNOW THE NEXT SECOND YOU WON'T
BE THERE.

Now music plays as an animated slate reads "The week in review."

Steve appears on split screens with a guest.
A caption reads "The bug apocalypse. Where have all the insects gone?"

Steve says THERE WAS A BIG
STORY IN THE NEW YORK TIMES NOT
TOO LONG AGO WITH THE HEADLINE
"INSECT APOCALYPSE."
WHAT'S BEEN THE REACTION TO
THAT?

A picture shows the cover of The New York Times Magazine, featuring a picture of a black bee with a mushroom cloud coming out if its top part, in a composition which resembles the shape of an atomic bomb falling and its mushroom cloud.
Then, a New York Times article appears titled "The insect apocalypse is here." Next to the title, a drawing shows dozens of different types of bugs fleeing.

The caption changes to "Brad Lister. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute."

Brad is in his seventies, with receding white hair and a mustache. He's wearing a blue shirt.

He says FIRST NEWS STORY THEY DID ON
OUR WORK (INAUDIBLE) THEY CALLED
IT INSECT ARMAGEDDON.
I THOUGHT, NO, WHAT ARE THEY
DOING?
MY REPUTATION IS SHOT.

A map of the northern U.S.A. appears briefly, highlighting the location of Troy, New York.

Brad continues SCIENTISTS DON'T SPEAK IN TERMS
OF OVER-THE-TOP METAPHORS.
ABOUT EXTINCTION, WE'RE VERY
CAREFUL NOT TO USE THAT WORD
UNLESS WE'RE ABSOLUTELY SURE
(INAUDIBLE) AND MOST SCIENTISTS
LEAD LIVES OF QUIET OBSCURITY.
BUT SUDDENLY YOU'RE THRUST INTO
A SPOTLIGHT AND YOU REALIZE THE
IMPORTANCE OF JOURNALISM WITH
SHOWS LIKE YOURS.
WE CAME TO THE REALIZATION THAT
WE HAD... THERE WAS TIME, PAST
THE TIME TO START USING STRONG
LANGUAGE, TO START TELLING THE
STORY VERY FORCEFULLY, AS
FORCEFULLY AS WE COULD.

Steve says WELL, WE APOLOGIZE
IN ADVANCE FOR CONTRIBUTING TO
YOUR LACK OF OBSCURITY THEN,
WHICH WILL CONTINUE AS A RESULT
OF YOUR BEING HERE, WE HOPE.
JESSICA, COME ON IN HERE AND
TELL US IF YOU CONCUR WITH THE
ANALYSIS YOU'VE HEARD SO FAR.

The caption changes to "Jessica Ware. Rutgers University."

Jessica is in her thirties, with long curly black hair. She's wearing glasses, a red blazer with a silver dragonfly pin, and a black shirt.

She says I THINK THE IDEA THAT WE
SHOULD ALL BE CONCERNED IS A
COMMONLY FELT ONE AMONG
ENTOMOLOGISTS, WHICH ARE THE
FOLKS THAT ARE THE SCIENTISTS
THAT STUDY INSECTS.
WE ALL KIND OF HAVE ANECDOTAL
EVIDENCE THAT SUGGESTS NUMBERS
ARE DECLINES AND THESE THREE OR
FOUR MAIN STUDIES THAT HAVE
RECENTLY COME OUT THAT KIND OF
SOUND THE ALARM, LIKE BRAD WAS
SAYING, THOSE KIND OF GIVE US A
VISCERAL REACTION SAYING, OH,
I'VE NOTICED THIS TOO.
THE PROBLEM IS, OF COURSE, WE
DON'T HAVE ENOUGH OF THESE
STUDIES.
SO WOULD THAT WE COULD HAVE THE
TYPE OF STUDY THAT BRAD DID IN
PUERTO RICO REPLICATED OVER AND
OVER AGAIN IN ALL OF THE
DIFFERENT HABITATS THAT INSECTS
INHABIT.
THAT TYPE OF DATA WOULD REALLY
GIVE US A POWERFUL CONCLUSION
THAT WE COULD TAKE TO OUR
POLICYMAKERS AND TAKE TO THE
PUBLIC.

Steve says LET ME ASK THE
OBVIOUS FOLLOW-UP QUESTION,
WHICH IS: IF THERE ARE MANY,
MANY, MANY FEWER INSECTS, SO
WHAT?

The caption changes to "Jessica Ware. Entomological Society of America."

Jessica laughs and says
WELL, I MEAN, THE
ISSUE OF COURSE IS THERE ARE
CAPS LOTS OF THINGS THAT RELY ON
INSECTS.
THERE ARE ECOSYSTEMS INSECTS DO
FOR US.
MANY OF THE THINGS YOU'VE DONE
TODAY.
ACTUALLY YOUR LIFE HAS BEEN
TOUCHED IN SOME WAY BY INSECTS,
FROM THE FOOD YOU ATE TO THE
FACT WHEN YOU WENT OUTSIDE YOU
WEREN'T TRIPPING OVER COMPOSED
LOGS THAT TERMITES DO FOR US.
IT'S ALWAYS GOING TO BE A BIT OF
A HARD DEVELOP.

Steve says VICTORIA, WOULD YOU
MIND FOLLOWING UP ON THAT?
I SUSPECT A LOT OF PEOPLE
WATCHING US NOW WILL THINK, AS
WE HEAD INTO THE SUMMER AND
COTTAGE COUNTRY, WHAT, NO BLACK
FLIES?
I'M OKAY WITH THAT.
NO MOSQUITOS?
I'M OKAY WITH THAT.

The caption changes to "Victoria Macphail. Pollination Guelph."

Victoria is in her early thirties, with long wavy auburn hair. She's wearing glasses, a gray blazer and a red shirt.

She says THE PROBLEM IS WE DON'T
LIKE... THEY'RE AN IMPORTANT
PART OF THE ECOSYSTEM.
FROGS AND BIRDS FEED ON THEM.
WE LOSE BIRDS SINGING IN THE
TREES. WE NOTICE THAT. WE LOSE
THE FROGS SINGING IN THE SUMMER.
WE NOTICE JUST CHANGES IN...
EVERYTHING FROM THE FLOWERS TO
THE TREES AND EVERYTHING BEYOND.
THESE INTERACTIONS ARE HAPPENING
IN THE LANDSCAPE.

The caption changes to "For more on this story visit: tvo.org/theagenda."

Victoria continues ONE SPECIES? WHAT DO WE CARE?
THERE'S THOUSANDS OF BUGS OUT
THERE. THERE'S UMPTEEN TYPES OF
MOSQUITOS ALONE. WHO CARES IF
ONE MOSQUITO GOES AWAY?
THE PROBLEM IS WE DON'T KNOW THE
RIPPLE EFFECTS, WHAT HAPPENS IF
WE DO LOSE ONE SPECIES.

Now music plays as an animated slate reads "The week in review."

Steve sits with four guests.
A caption reads "A perilous data deficit? Good data, bad access?"
Then, it changes to "Evidence-based policymaking."

Steve says I WANT TO PUT THIS
ISSUE ON THE TABLE FOR SOME
CONSIDERABLE DISCUSSION, AND
THAT IS, THERE MAY HAVE BEEN A
TIME, BOTH IN THIS PROVINCE AND
MAYBE NATIONALLY, WHEN
POLITICIANS WANTED GOOD,
ACCURATE INFORMATION UPON WHICH
TO BASE THEIR DECISIONS.
I DON'T KNOW IF WE LIVE IN THAT
WORLD ANYMORE.
WE MAY LIVE IN A WORLD NOW WHERE
THINGS ARE SO IDEOLOGICAL,
POLITICIANS AREN'T THAT
INTERESTED IN GETTING
EMPIRICALLY PROVABLE FACTS TO
MAKE THEIR DECISIONS.
THEY JUST WANT TO DO WHAT THEY
WANT TO DO FOR THE REASONS THEY
WANT TO DO THEM.
TAVIA, WHAT DO WE DO ABOUT THAT?

The caption changes to "Tavia Grant. The Globe and Mail. @TaviaGrant."

Tavia is in her late forties, with short chestnut hair. She's wearing a red blazer over a black lace blouse, a silver necklace and silver hoop earrings.

She says WELL, FIRST OF ALL, THAT CAN
BLOW UP IN YOUR FACE.
WHEN WE BASE DECISIONS ON EITHER
FAULTY DATA OR NO DATA, AND THE
EXAMPLE I'M THINKING OF THAT YOU
WOULD PROBABLY REMEMBER IS WHEN
WE WERE DETERMINING THAT THERE
WAS A MASSIVE LABOUR SHORTAGE IN
CANADA WHICH WAS AT ODDS WITH
FEDERAL STATISTICS CANADA DATA.
IT TURNED OUT THAT THE SOURCE
THAT THE THEN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
WAS USING WAS KIJIJI.
THOSE ADS WERE NOT A RELIABLE
SOURCE.
THE WHOLE PREMISE OF A LABOUR
SHORTAGE WAS FAULTY, BUT IT WAS
THE JUSTIFICATION TO BRING IN
MANY, MANY TEMPORARY FOREIGN
WORKERS.
THERE'S VERY REAL-WORLD
IMPLICATIONS WHEN YOU BASE
THINGS ON UNRELIABLE DATA, OR
NONE AT ALL.
AND THEN THE OTHER THING I WOULD
SAY IS FISCAL CONSIDERATIONS.
SO IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT YOUR
BUDGET AND YOU WANT TO SPEND
MONEY AS WISELY AS POSSIBLE, YOU
WANT TO TARGET PROGRAMS AND YOU
WANT TO MEASURE THE IMPACT OF
PROGRAMS, AND SO I THINK THIS
WILL HELP PEOPLE MAKE SMARTER
DECISIONS THAT IN TURN ARE
BETTER FOR THE ECONOMY AND
BETTER FOR OUR BUDGET.

Steve says DO YOU SEE, SUNIL,
LESS INTEREST BY POLITICIANS IN
THE REPORTS THAT YOU PRODUCE
BECAUSE THEY ALREADY KNOW WHAT
THEY WANT TO DO AND DON'T BOTHER
ME WITH THE FACTS, AS IT WERE?

The caption changes to "Sunil Johal. Mowat Centre."

Sunil is in his forties, balding, with a stubble. He's wearing rounded glasses, a gray suit and a white shirt.

He says THEY'RE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN
OUR REPORTS.
I MEAN, I CAN'T SPEAK FOR
OTHERS.
[LAUGHTER]
I MEAN, I THINK ONE OF THE
CHALLENGES INSIDE GOVERNMENT IS
THERE'S VERY LITTLE MONEY SPENT
ON PROGRAM EVALUATION.
I MEAN, IT DEPENDS ON THE
NUMBERS YOU'RE LOOKING AT, BUT
0.1, 0.2 percent OF PROGRAM
EXPENDITURES MEASURE PROGRAMS.

Steve says IT SHOULD BE HIGHER?

The caption changes to "Sunil Johal, @JohalSunil."

Sunil says IT SHOULD BE MUCH HIGHER.
IN ONTARIO THE GOVERNMENT WANTS
TO GET OUT OF DEFICIT.
HOW ARE YOU GOING TO DECIDE
WHICH PROGRAMS AREN'T WORKING
AND WE SHOULD TERMINATE AND HOW
ARE YOU GOING TO DECIDE WHICH
PROGRAMS ARE WORKING?
THE ONLY ANSWER TO THAT IS
UNDERSTANDING PROGRAM EVALUATION
AND HAVING ACCURATE MEASUREMENT
OF THIS PROGRAM IS GREAT, THIS
PROGRAM IS NOT SO GREAT.
BUT THE PROBLEM IS THERE ARE A
LOT OF DISINCENTIVES TO
EFFECTIVE EVALUATION INSIDE
GOVERNMENTS BECAUSE NO
GOVERNMENT WANTS TO PUT THEIR
HAND UP AND SAY, GUESS WHAT?
THAT MULTIBILLION DOLLAR PROGRAM
WE ANNOUNCED THREE YEARS AGO HAD
NO EFFECT.
IT'S EMBARRASSING.
IT'S A POLITICAL... BUREAUCRATS
ALSO DON'T WANT TO BE IDENTIFIED
AS HAVING WORKED ON PROGRAMS
THAT DON'T WORK.

The caption changes to "The Week in Review. @theagenda. Tvo.org."

Steve says AT THE END OF THE
DAY IT'S THE POLITICIANS WHO GET
ELECTED AND AT THE END OF THE
DAY THEY HAVE TO BE ACCOUNTABLE
FOR THEIR DECISIONS.
IF THEY WANT TO DISREGARD DATA
AND IF THEY WANT TO GO WITH
EITHER THEIR GUT OR WHAT THEY
THINK THEIR BASE WANTS OR
WHATEVER, AREN'T THEY ENTITLED
TO DO THAT?

The caption changes to "Jan Kestle. Environics Analytics."

She says I DON'T KNOW ABOUT "ENTITLED
"ENTITLED."
QUESTION WHAT'S GOOD FOR THE
COUNTRY.
TAKE A SPECIFIC EXAMPLE LIKE
HEALTH CARE, AS THE POPULATION
AGING, AND PEOPLE ARE LIVING
ALONE AND WE NEED TO PLAN FOR
LONG-TERM CARE AND WE NEED TO
PLAN FOR PEOPLE AGING IN PLACE
AND WE NEED TO KNOW HOW MONEY
GETS SPENT BETWEEN HOSPITALS AND
SOCIAL SERVICES.
HOW CAN POLITICIANS NOT WANT TO
HAVE A DATA-DRIVEN APPROACH, THE
NEXT 20 YEARS OF WHAT'S GOING TO
HAPPEN IN CANADA?

Steve says BECAUSE IT MIGHT
AFFECT THEIR REELECTION CHANCES...

The caption changes to "For more on this story visit: tvo.org/theagenda."

Jan says THEY SHOULD MAKE THEIR
CHOICES BASED ON WHO IS GOING TO
SUPPORT EVIDENCE-DRIVEN DECISION
MAKING. YES, IT'S A BUZZWORD.
BUT WE'RE NOT GOING TO PROSPER
IF WE SUCCUMB TO POPULISM THAT
SAYS WE DON'T NEED THE FACTS.
WE NEED THE FACTS, AND CANADIANS
HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THAT DATA
MAKES A DIFFERENCE TO THE
QUALITY OF THEIR LIVES.

Now music plays as an animated slate reads "The week in review."

A caption on screen reads "Celebrating lives of music and song. Skinnamarink."

Steve says CANDIDLY, CANDIDLY,
AND I KNOW, I REMEMBER I ASKED
TONY BENNETT THIS QUESTION AS
WELL...

A female guest says YOU'RE GOING TO ASK DO YOU GET SICK OF IT.

Steve says DO YOU GET SICK OF
SINGING "I LEFT MY HEART IN
SAN FRANCISCO," SO I HAVE TO ASK
YOU THE SAME QUESTION.

A male guest says NEVER.

The female guest says NEVER.

The caption changes to "Bram Morrison. Musician."

Bram is in his mid-seventies, balding, with a full white beard. He's wearing a blue and green plaid shirt.

He says NEVER.
THE THOUGHT IS GREAT, THE
FEELING IS GREAT, THE WAY IT
TIES FAMILIES TOGETHER, SINGING
TO EACH OTHER, FATHER TO
DAUGHTER, MOTHER TO SON,
ETC., GRANDPARENTS, IT'S SO
STRONG, IT'S SO SIMPLE, AND IT'S
SO STRONG THAT I THOUGHT WE'D
GET TIRED OF IT.

The female guest says YEAH.

Bram says BUT NOBODY...

Steve says BUT YOU NEVER DID?

The caption changes to "The Week in Review. @theagenda. Tvo.org."

The female guest says NEVER, NEVER.
AND, YOU KNOW, YOU SEE PEOPLE
LEAVING THE CONCERT SINGING IT
TO EACH OTHER.
THAT'S ABOUT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
THING THAT CAN HAPPEN.

Steve says IT TRULY IS... I
THINK IT TRULY IS A MYSTERY AS
TO WHY ANY PARTICULAR SONG
SOUNDS RIGHT OR DOESN'T.
BECAUSE THERE ARE PROBABLY LOTS
OF FABULOUS SONGS OVER THE YEARS
THAT FOR WHATEVER REASON DIDN'T
TAKE HOLD.
THIS ONE DID.
DO YOU KNOW WHY?

The caption changes to "Sharon Hampson. Musician."

Sharon is in her early seventies, with short chestnut hair and bangs. She's wearing glasses, a bright green sweater and a colourful stone necklace.

She says I THINK, AS BRAM SAID, IT'S
THE MESSAGE.
PEOPLE ARE... IT'S THE KINDNESS
THAT GOES WITH IT.

Steve says "I LOVE YOU."

Sharon says "I LOVE YOU."

The caption changes to "Looking forward."

Steve says WE DO HAPPEN TO HAVE
A LOT OF YOUNGER PEOPLE WHO DID
GROW UP WITH YOU GUYS.

Several young men and women walk out onto the set and stand behind Steve, Lois and Bram. It's The Agenda producers.

Sharon says GUYS.

Bram says THIS IS GREAT.
THIS IS GREAT.

The caption changes to "tvo.org/theagenda; agendaconnect@tvo.org."

Steve says LISTEN, I HAVEN'T
HEARD THESE SONGS FOR A WHILE, RIGHT?
I'M A LITTLE OLDER.

Sharon says DO YOU HAVE GRANDCHILDREN YET?

Steve says NOT YET.
AND BITE YOUR TONGUE.

Sharon says YOUR KIDS KNOW IT FOR SURE.

Steve says YOU DON'T HAVE YOUR
GUITAR HERE.

Bram says WE DON'T NEED A GUITAR.

Sharon says HERE WE GO.

The Agenda producers and Lois and Bram move their hands and sing
SKINA MA RINKY DINKY DINK,
I LOVE YOU
WE LOVE YOU TOO
SKINA MA RINKY DINKY DINK,
I LOVE YOU...

Lois says PUT UP THE SUN!

Steve joins and they all gesture and sing
I LOVE YOU IN THE MORNING AND
IN THE AFTERNOON, DA DA DA
I LOVE YOU IN THE EVENING,
UNDERNEATH THE MOON, OHHH
SKINA MA RINKY DINKY DINK
SKINA MA RINKY DINKY DO
I LOVE YOU.

The caption changes to "For more on this story visit: tvo.org/theagenda."

Lois says I LOVE YOUR SINGING!

They all sing
I LOVE YOU

Bram says YOU'RE ALL TERRIFIC!

They all sing
I LOVE YOU

Lois says WE LOVE STEVE!

They all sing
I LOVE YOU, TWO, BOOP BOOPY DOO, MWAH!

The clips end and Steve stands in the studio alone.

He says THAT IS THE AGENDA'S
WEEK IN REVIEW FOR THIS FRIDAY,
APRIL 26th, 2019.
YOU CAN SEE ALL OF THOSE
CONVERSATIONS IN THEIR ENTIRETY
AT tvo.org, ON OUR YouTube
CHANNEL AT youtube.com/theagenda
AND ON OUR TWITTER FEED, THAT'S
twitter.com/TheAgenda.

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