• What does your public library mean to you? Is it mostly still a place to borrow books or has it become more than that? 

  • Ontario Power Generation wants to store some of Ontario's nuclear waste deep underground. We talk to an opponent of the plan about recent developments.

  • Ontario Liberals are hoping Kathleen Wynne's transit crusade will erase memories of government boondoggles, Steve Paikin writes. 

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Daniel Kitts
Thursday April 24, 2014

Results from the latest poll by Nanos Research. 

Meredith Martin
Wednesday April 23, 2014

We take a look at how unequal paychecks translate on the court, the ice and the field. 

Cara Stern
Wednesday April 23, 2014
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Wednesday, The Agenda explores the gulf in pay between men and women. Watch a web-exclusive interview with Ontario's minister responsible for women's issues, Teresa Piruzza, on Ontario's Equal Pay Day here. 

Wednesday April 23, 2014

Former Agenda intern Mischa Jackson writes about a recent skirmish over the best way to empower women in the workplace and beyond. 

Tuesday April 22, 2014

Guest contributor Samuel Getachew offers a career overview and personal reflection on Herb Gray, the former Canadian Deputy Prime Minister who died Monday at age 82. 

Mark Brosens
Tuesday April 22, 2014
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Tonight’s episode of The Agenda references a previous program about historical literacy and a web exclusive conversation with a group of university students. Both of those videos are available in full here. 

Harrison Lowman
Tuesday April 22, 2014

Obama delays his Keystone XL pipeline decision, Syria announces a presidential election during as its civil war rages on, and Afghanistan's presidential election results are counted. Which of these stories will be The Agenda's Story of the Week?