Steve Paikin shares what he considers to be the most important stories of 2012.
In the second post of a three-part series, Steve Paikin discusses a few programs from the past year that dealt with our history and heritage.
Christmas is a time of giving, and a time to think of those who are less fortunate. We've put together some of our programs that touch on the spirit of the season.
Update: Janice Stein, TVO's foreign affairs analyst, took part in a live video chat on Tuesday afternoon. She took viewer questions about the latest developments in Syria and Egypt.
David Detomasi of Queen's University analyzes the federal government's decision to O.K. the sale of two Canadian energy companies to foreign, state-owned firms.
Royal Military College of Canada professor Christian Leuprecht explains the tough decisions that municipal governments have to make as the costs of their emergency services (especially police and fire departments) rise.
A summary of the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Transition Panel's controversial recommendations for how horse racing in the province can move forward, after the government's decision to pull millions of dollars in slot revenue going to racetracks.
We had an eventful Twitter chat on Tuesday night, as viewers took to social media while watching our program about Bill 115, and what's next in the fight between the Ontario government and its teachers.
Gracen Johnson, an author and master’s candidate at the University of Cambridge, shares her experiences with suburban and urban neighbourhoods. She tries to imagine a better suburbia.
In the battle over Bill 115, many parents find themselves walking a tightrope in a community with warring partners. Producer Hilary Clark sat down with two parents to hear their take on a tough start to the school year.
Click through to read about four stories we have on our radar for Friday's Story of the Week. Tell us how we should push the story forward.
A young German student comes to Waterloo on a university exchange program. And the worst happens. She's killed in a traffic accident, raising a host of questions about road safety and design. We speak with University of Waterloo transportation professor Jeff Casello, and his counterpart, Christoph Hupfer, from the University of Applied Sciences in Germany.
On Monday, Toronto Star education reporters Kristin Rushowy and Louise Brown took part in a text-only live chat about the continuing battle between the province and its teachers over Bill 115, as rolling walkouts began across the province. Click through to read a replay of the chat.
With Christmas just around the corner, more Ontarians will be visiting food banks in the coming days. Here's an interview with Bill Laidlaw, executive director of the association which represents all of Ontario's food banks. Sadly, there are far more of them than you'd think.
After our interview with the members of the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Transition Panel, producer Daniel Kitts got into a Twitter conversation with two members of the horse racing industry who took issue with the way the interview was conducted. Here's how that conversation went.
Former opposition leader and cabinet minister Stockwell Day is enjoying a bit of a renaissance after an admittedly tumultuous career in politics. Take a few minutes to hear him talk about those tumultuous times.
As part of The Agenda's contribution to the "Why Poverty?" series, we talk to some people in Grey and Bruce counties about what it's like to be in need in a large, rural community.