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We will be hosting a series of meet-ups at the MaRS Discovery District to discuss some of the big issues that affect the day-to-day lives of Ontarians: education, health care and the economy. We kick it off on Thursday April 3rd, where we discuss one big question: What can government do to help spur innovation in education?
Almost 80% of babies born in Ontario are considered low risk and arrive without the kinds of complications that require a hospital setting before and during those births. In this video chat, producer Hilary Clark talks to registered midwife Elizabeth Brandeis about how Ontario has opened the way for midwives to answer those calls.
What does Noam Chomksy make of the evolution of education? Kourosh Houshmand finds out.
Harper secures Canada's first Asian free trade agreement, Premier Kathleen Wynne continues to push for an Ontario pension, and a nation thinks referendum as Quebec's election looms. Which of these stories might be Story of the Week?
Meet the MINTs. They are the new kids on the emerging markets block and, according to economists, they're tipped to become the next economic powerhouses.
Agenda producer Elamin Abdelmahmoud moderated a discussion on young people, democracy and the public good.
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.