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Daniel Kitts
Monday July 28, 2014

Another striking photograph from Apocalypse: World War One, a five-part series airing on TVO this summer. 

Mark Brosens
Friday July 25, 2014
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Thursday, former Supreme Court justice Frank Iacobucci released his report on police encounters with people having mental health crises. His recommendations could dramatically change policing in Ontario. 

Colin Ellis
Friday July 25, 2014

Doodle expert Sunni Brown says doodling in a meeting or classroom can actually be a good thing. Check out some of our favourite doodles from The Agenda's team of producers.

Daniel Kitts
Thursday July 24, 2014
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A conversation with Kourosh Houshmand, founder and president of Solar For Life, a student-run organization aiming to bring the benefits of electricity to some of the world's poorest places. 

Mark Brosens
Thursday July 24, 2014
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Recent Mowat Centre research argues the Harper government’s Employment Insurance premium increases have played a large role in balancing the federal books – and that’s bad for many people. 

Wednesday July 23, 2014
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Political activist and commentator Samuel Getachew explains why he decided to demand a formal apology and anti-racism training for Toronto's embattled mayor. 

Wednesday July 23, 2014
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Read a passage from author Ben Tarnoff's book The Bohemians: Mark Twain and the San Francisco Writers who Reinvented American Literature.