The New Federal Liberal Cabinet and other top stories

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Our review of the week begins with an evaluation of the new Liberal government cabinet. Then, what can we learn from the COP26 climate conference? Are Ontario's new labour laws helping workers as they continue to experience pandemic disruptions? Renowned globalization scholar Parag Khanna discusses his latest book, "Move: The Forces Uprooting Us." And, an update on rescue efforts for translators and others left behind in Afghanistan under Taliban rule.
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OPINION: A new report analyzes do-nothing, reactive, and proactive approaches to adapting provincial infrastructure. The lessons should be pretty clear.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

OPINION: The feds and the province are both screwing up the COVID-19 response, and neither has any excuse.
The Toronto mayor has told friends he’ll decide by year’s end whether to seek a third term. Here’s my prediction. speaks with Pat Mandy, a member of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, about protests, safety — and earning trust
OPINION: The idea is to make cities plan denser, more transit-friendly development. Is that happening? Ontario doesn’t seem to want to find out.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

Lecce weighs in on work-to-rule campaign, and MPPs approach the fall-session finish line.
As temperatures plummet, the Care Bus is gearing up to provide the city’s homeless population with warmth and support.