Our review of this week's Agenda episodes begins with a look at how to prevent, manage, and treat non-sport related concussions. Then, can a new president south of the border help keep preserve the Great Lakes? The Globe and Mail's Robyn Doolittle reveals what a team of investigative reporters found out about the wage and power gap in Canada's public sector. Former Liberal MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes talks about her experiences inside the federal government. And finally, what does political polarization in Canada look like?
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