• The Agenda puts recent anti-poverty and homelessness initiatives from Queen's Park under the microscope.

  • MP Patrick Brown just jumped in to the race for Ontario PC leader. Steve Paikin writes that he will need to make history if he's to win. 

  • Unmanned aerial vehicles -- drones -- aren't just being used by the military anymore. We have a look at how Canadian farmers are using drones to manage their crops. 

Latest on The Inside Agenda Blog

Daniel Kitts
Monday September 29, 2014

A review of The Agenda's exploration of rising police costs and whether we need to rethink what we ask our first responders to do. 

Jonathan Halliwell
Friday September 26, 2014

Check out a map of the number of unmanned aerial drone manufacturers in different countries around the world and a list of Ontario companies making drones.

Thursday September 25, 2014

The Council of Canadian Academies recently created a list of questions to gauge public science knowledge. Answer the questions and see how you do. 

Mark Brosens
Thursday September 25, 2014

Research shows that much of the campaign financing for municipal politicians in fast growing communities comes from developers. In Bradford West Gwillimbury, all the mayoral candidates have pledged not to take donations from developers. Is that changing the debate?

Steve Paikin
Wednesday September 24, 2014

Vic Fedeli becomes the third candidate to join the race for Ontario PC Party leader after Christine Elliott and Monte McNaughton. 

Gregg Thurlbeck
Wednesday September 24, 2014

Drones are poised to become a important part of the toolkit in a number of industries including filmmaking and police work. But their greatest economic impact may be felt in agriculture. 

Colin Ellis
Wednesday September 24, 2014

Padmini Prakash, a 31-year-old transgender woman, joins actress Laverne Cox in giving more visibility to transgender people.