• Will lowering speed limits improve road safety and cut down on deaths on Ontario's residential streets?

  • Journalist and media critic Jesse Brown puts media ethics under the microscope.

  • White-nose Syndrome (WNS) is decimating Canada's bat popoulation which could have serious consequences on the structure of food chains and ecosystems. 

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John Michael McGrath
Tuesday June 30, 2015
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Downtown Toronto has voted to lower speed limits on residential streets, and other cities across the province may follow suit. But, will it actually change driver behaviour?

Daniel Kitts
Friday June 26, 2015
20

Bats have a bad reputation, but they are also important in protecting crops from insects. And right now, a disease is devastating millions of these nocturnal creatures.

Iman Sheikh
Thursday June 25, 2015
1

The increasing competition that publicly-owned attractions face for paying visitors highlights the failure of Da Mao and Er Shun to sustain a steady revenue stream for the Toronto Zoo.

John Michael McGrath
Wednesday June 24, 2015
2

A proposal to protect the habitat of the woodland caribou has some northern Ontario mayors calling Greenpeace and other environmental groups “eco-terrorists.” It also raises the question of who should really have a say in the future of the north. 

Cara Stern
Monday June 22, 2015
2

It's time to choose The Agenda's Story of the Week. Help us choose our topic for Friday's show. Tell us what's on your agenda, and we'll produce an in-depth, insightful discussion on the story with the most votes. Vote for the Story of the Week.

Steve Paikin
Monday June 22, 2015
22

Twenty years ago, Mike Harris made history and changed the province of Ontario in ways that are still felt today.

Steve Paikin
Friday June 19, 2015

The Winnipeg institution opened amidst much controversy in 2014, but according to Steve Paikin it actually takes Canadians on a vital historical journey.