• It's not a Whitney Houston song. It's what Kathleen Wynne did yesterday when she unveiled her government's transit plan, writes Steve Paikin. 

  • A short documentary where residents of North Bay discuss the problem of young people leaving for bigger cities, but also their optimism for the community's future. 

  • A viewer comment inspires a discussion about which parts of the province should truly be considered part of Northern Ontario. 

  • Watch a recent meetup event at MaRS Discovery District hosted by Steve Paikin on what role government should have in spurring innovation in education. 

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Wednesday April 16, 2014

The province is trying to raise awareness about the pay gap between men and women. And we will be exploring the same issue next Wednesday. 

TVO Civics
Wednesday April 16, 2014
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Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of April 7 to 10, 2014.

Steve Paikin
Wednesday April 16, 2014
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Kathleen Wynne has staked her premiership on being able to convince Ontarians that some of them are going to have to pay more if they want to see major new infrastructure projects happen. It's the biggest gamble of all.

Daniel Kitts
Tuesday April 15, 2014
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A comment on social media inspires a conversation about what we should consider part of -- and not part of -- Northern Ontario. 

Steve Paikin
Tuesday April 15, 2014

Lawyer Guy Pratte explains why he feels Abraham Lincoln remains the most important president in American history, on this, the 149th anniversary of his assassination.

Elamin Abdelmahmoud
Tuesday April 15, 2014

The fourth installment of our series examining systemic sexism, taking a look at public policy. 

Harrison Lowman
Tuesday April 15, 2014
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Pro-Russians make their push through parts of Eastern Ukraine and face Ukrainian backlash, the Conservative government faces criticism of its Fair Elections Act, front runners emerge in India's election, and the Canada Revenue Agency falls victim to the Heartbleed bug. Which of these stories will be The Agenda's Story of the Week?