As the Rob Ford video scandal unfolds, a debate is arising over whether the story is damaging Toronto's international reputation. We want to know what you think. 


Gawker concedes that as its crowdfunding effort to buy the Rob Ford video is on track to reach its goal, it cannot make contact with the owner of the video, which raises the possibility that, for a host of different reasons, the video might never see the light of the day. What happens if it is never released?


Tuesday night on The Agenda, Premier Kathleen Wynne sat down with Steve Paikin to address two big issues for her government: her first budget and gas plant cancellations. Asked about committee proceedings into the gas plant cancellations, the premier offered her first public apology.


On Tuesday night, Children's Mental Health Ontario announced the winners of the fourth annual Change the View YouTube contest. Watch the winning videos. 


Geoff Pevere, film columnist at The Globe and Mail, discusses mental health in popular culture. Plus a review of the critically acclaimed film "Silver Linings Playbook," from the point of view of a Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) psychiatrist. 


Spencer Wells, explorer in residence at National Geographic, tells Steve Paikin about the Genographic Project, which aims to map humanity's family tree. He also walks Steve through a DNA swab.

Jeremy Friedberg, co-founder and principal at Spongelab Interactive, on why he thinks gamification has so much potential for learning. 


Producer Allison Buchan-Terrell details an online argument between two former Agenda guests. 


Our interviews with the new premier in her various cabinet roles under predecessor Dalton McGuinty. 


One day after Kathleen Wynne was selected as leader of the Ontario Liberal Party, and became incoming premier, the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party released an attack ad about her. So we're asking: how much of a honeymoon is the incoming premier entitled to? Is the Ontario PC attack on her fair?