We all now know former premier Dalton McGuinty cancelled the Mississauga gas plant in the dying days of the 2011 election campaign for political reasons. But did he actually have the authority to do that?
Check out Trevor David's vision of a new AfriCana Village and Museum on Toronto's waterfront.
Click through to find out what's on our nightly broadcast, and our website, for the week of February 25 to March 3. And remember, we're taking the show on the road this coming weekend, to Peterborough, Ontario, as part of The Agenda's contribution to TVO's year-long special series, Learning 2030.
After another shooting in Whitby, east of Toronto, we revisit The Agenda's take on gun violence in the Greater Toronto Area.
It was just four weeks ago tomorrow that Kathleen Wynne became the new leader of the Ontario Liberals. It feels like a lifetime ago. We'll talk about all of the significant events of the past four weeks in our conversation with the premier, on TVO tonight at 8:00 and 11:00 p.m. EST, and on our website right now.
A summary of viewer comments regarding our Learning 2030 program on the gamification of learning.
Canada has a new -- and its first -- ambassador of religious freedom: Andrew Bennett. With Bennett's appointment in mind, we revisit an Agenda interview arguing Canadians are pretty ignorant when it comes to religion, and that has consequences for our place in the world.
Here's some of what you didn't see at yesterday's first Speech from the Throne of the Wynne Government.
Updated: On Tuesday evening, Steve Paikin took part in an Ontario politics live video chat, and was joined by Lakehead University professor Laure Paquette. They analyzed the Kathleen Wynne government's throne speech, delivered Tuesday afternoon, and answered viewer questions. Watch a replay of the chat.
Click through to find out what we're up to -- on broadcast and online -- for the week of February 19 to 22.
Kathleen Wynne has been premier of Ontario for a week. The opposition will have its first chance to defeat her new government starting now.
A look at how the body changes as we get older.
Some of the feedback we received during an online conversation about the state of Ontario's retirement and long-term care homes.
TVO is going on the road again! As part of our Learning 2030 series, we'll be in Peterborough, Ontario on Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3. And as part of the weekend, The Agenda will host a meet-up on the topic of aboriginal education.
Sociologist and author Lyndsay Green sought the answer to what makes a good retirement.
On the heels of Pope Benedict XVI's resignation announcement, respected religion scholar Philip Jenkins reflects on the challenges that the next pope of the Roman Catholic Church will face.
The Agenda is planning to explore the topic of aboriginal education. What model of learning would work best on and off the reserve? How do we better inform non-indigenous students about First Nations issues? Be a part of a live chat on Wednesday afternoon and help shape The Agenda's content.
Producer Allison Buchan-Terrell details an online argument between two former Agenda guests.
Steve Paikin was at Queen's Park when Kathleen Wynne, and her cabinet, were sworn in. He then raced back to our studios to record an Agenda episode about Ontario's new premier and her government. Watch our program, and view highlights from our Twitter chat.
As part of our Aging in Ontario series this week on The Agenda, producer Hilary Clark spoke with Dr. Lynn McDonald via online video to get a sense of how our perceptions of aging have changed over time.
All the analysis on the new cabinet being announced Monday will be right here.
On Tuesday, January 29, six teachers were invited on the program to discuss Ontario's controversial Bill 115, and the conflict between their respective unions and the Ministry of Education. A few things came up during the discussion that producer Meredith Martin thought needed a bit more context and clarification.
Updated: Watch a replay of Steve Paikin's Ontario politics live video chat, in which he answers questions about the decisions Premier-designate Kathleen Wynne faces in putting together her cabinet.
Earlier this week, Janice Stein talked about three important elections taking place this year: in Israel, Iran, and Italy. Watch her interview and view an infographic that shows public support for the various political parties in these countries.