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The Canadian Space Agency recently turned 25. We ask what this milestone means for the CSA.
Long before she set the U.S. Senate straight on Canada's health care system, Dr. Danielle Martin was dispelling myths on The Agenda.
Here's the story of the original controversy that was probably instrumental in shutting down Christine Innes' would-be by-election campaign.
Now that former Toronto City Councillor and Member of Parliament Olivia Chow has entered the fray, the race for mayor of Ontario's capital city is really ON.
The most expensive way to respond to chronic care needs is with an ambulance and the emergency room. Ontario paramedics might have a found better way. Producer Hilary Clark talks to Ottawa paramedic Tracey Suprunchuk about the growing role for community paramedicine.
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.