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Community-based care requires dedication and complex capacities, but it doesn't always require the specialization of a doctor. In this video chat, producer Hilary Clark talks to nurse practitioner Michelle Acorn about the growing role for specialized nursing and the leadership roles they can now take on.
Robyn Doolittle sits down with Steve Paikin to talk amalgamation and fame.
Are young people apathetic about democracy? The Agenda investigates.
They're in virtually every community in the province, available after hours and on weekends. And increasingly pharmacists can help more than ever before. Producer Hilary Clark talks to pharmacist Carlo Berardi about what new "scope of practice" means for his profession.
Following the February publication of Dr. Anthony Miller's 25-year follow-up to the Canadian National Breast Screening Study, a heated debate over the validity of the study's conclusions and policy implications began. The Agenda hosted a debate between the two central figures in this important discussion, but producer Gregg Thurlbeck wanted to highlight some additional aspects of the debate that weren't covered in our broadcast.
Journalism is not dead. It lives with Buzzfeed.
A timeline of revelations by leaker Edward Snowden that shine a light onto the activities of our country's version of the NSA, Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC).