The High Cost of Lumber and Other Agenda Stories

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Why has the price of lumber soared beyond affordability and sometimes stalled construction? In the current real-estate market, does it make more sense to rent rather than buy property? Would it benefit the global vaccination effort to open up vaccine patents? And, does Bill C-10, a proposal to reform the Broadcasting Act, harm freedom of speech in Canada? We review our week of programming.
Episode:
Ontario's Vaccination Confusion
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Health
Aired:
May 14, 2021
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