We had one of our most spirited discussions on Twitter ever as we discussed the future of learning, as part of TVO's year-long, special series, Learning 2030.
Frances Lankin and Munir Sheikh talk about their report aimed at overhauling the province’s social assistance system, plus a brief history of social assistance in Ontario.
Watch a Big Ideas lecture and an Agenda program right here on our website on Sunday afternoon -- beginning at 2:00 p.m. EDT -- as we explore the classroom of the future, as part of our TVO On The Road Learning 2030 series. We'll be live chatting throughout.
Carlo Dade of the University of Ottawa and Mohammad Fadel of the University of Toronto discussed the U.S. presidential race via live video. Watch the replay.
Theatre 20 is trying to boldly go where few have successfully gone before. Canadian musical theatre? These artists are giving it a go.
Tune in at 8:00 and 11:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday to watch Dalton McGuinty's first interview since he prorogued Parliament and announced his resignation. And, please note: we'll be chatting on Twitter during our 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. broadcast. Join the conversation using our hashtag: #AgendaTVO.
TVO and The Agenda are heading to Kitchener-Waterloo this coming weekend, to the Communitech Hub. Click through to watch a video to learn all about Communitech, a non-profit organization that supports technology companies in the region.
Catch up on highlights from the economic statement and the latest on the cancellation of gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga.
Rob Leone used to teach political science at Wilfrid Laurier University. Now he's an MPP using his academic knowledge in an effort to get Ontario's energy minister to resign.
Join The Agenda and our sister program Big Ideas in Kitchener-Waterloo on Saturday and Sunday, October 27 and 28.
Join The Agenda with Steve Paikin for continuing coverage of Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty's resignation.
A collection of TVO interviews and profiles featuring Dalton McGuinty throughout the years.
Click through to find out what's on the broadcast this week on The Agenda, and also what's happening online.
Wednesday, October 10 is World Mental Health Day, and marking the day is an important step in addressing what is a staggering problem in the developing world.
This past July, David Mirvish appeared on The Agenda in the Summer. In his conversation with Piya Chattopadhyay, he talked about why it's important to maintain the diversity of Toronto's skyline, including preserving its theatres. Interesting thoughts to revisit in light of Mirvish's new proposal to replace a theatre with condos and art galleries.