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The Best of the Agenda continues with a look at the shift in future economic might from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa to Mexico, Indonesia, NIgeria and Turkey.
"Walkable urbanism" is the ideal of gentrification. But some say it homoginizes neighbourhoods. The Agenda looks at the pluses and minuses of urban renewal.
The Agenda gathered experts in the field of brain health to ask: What keeps the brain functioning optimally and can our brains get smarter?
A look at how we covered arguably the biggest international news story of the year.
We kick off a look at some of our best interviews and discussions of the year with Amanda Blackhorse on leading the charge to have the NFL Washington Redskins change their name.
Ontario Education Minister Liz Sandals is attempting to change the "dysfunctional and acrimonious" way things work, or don't work, at the Toronto District School Board. She talks to Steve Paikin about an external report commissioned to address TDSB operational issues.
Sony Pictures cancelling The Interview caused an uproar that has some people worried about the dangerous precedent the action might be setting about the subjects of filmmaking. TVO's documentary, The Defectors: Escape from North Korea, sheds some light on the hold the North Korean regime has on its citizens.