Long before she set the U.S. Senate straight on Canada's health care system, Dr. Danielle Martin was dispelling myths on The Agenda.


A 1988 CBC report on opposition to community mailboxes highlights current public reaction to Canada Post's announced cuts...and the need for a haircut.


A long list has just been released for us non-fiction fans of history, current events and good story-telling.

Zwarte Piet, or Black Pete, is a Dutch holiday character in black-face, who no longer plays well in a multicultural, multiracial world. One Dutch writer, who is a Basque emigré and the mother of a biracial child, decided to remake the holiday to reflect the world her daughter lives in.


Super Typhoon Haiyan makes landfall in the record books. The Phillipines, a nation made up of numerous islands, is left in its wake.


There is a growing backlash against unpaid internships. Is it an honest transaction between potential employers and students or do interns get the short end of the stick?


The argument over two-tier health care gets murky when doctors offer services not covered by OHIP. Should they be free to offer services which pay them outside the OHIP schedule of fees?


Physics. Chemistry. Biology. The way science has been taught forever may not be the way to help students interpret the present and imagine the future.


The debate on the "right to die" is alive and well again in Canada, thanks to the dying words of a well-known doctor.


The death of 18-year old Sammy Yatim on a Toronto streetcar in the wee hours of Saturday morning is is eerily similar to another death in this city.