A comment on social media inspires a conversation about what we should consider part of -- and not part of -- Northern Ontario. 

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Jackie Maxwell, artistic director of the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, talks about the 2014 line up of plays and how to make sure theatre resonates with contemporary audiences. 

Two polls in recent days cast very different pictures of political support in Ontario. Or do they? 

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A new survey published in the Toronto Star indicates renewed attention on the gas plant scandal has hurt the governing Ontario Liberal Party's approval ratings. 

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An interview with Natasha D'Souza, who has developed Zeely Adventures, a therapy app that helps children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger's Syndrome or ADHD recognize and understand emotional cues.  

A follow up to last week's program looking at whether the cost of the Ontario Provincial Police is becoming unaffordable for many Ontario communities. 

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The major papers weigh in on new revelations into a police probe over the deleting of documents in the premier's office.

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Watch Premier Kathleen Wynne and Opposition Leader Tim Hudak's statements on news that Dalton McGuinty's last chief of staff may face criminal charges over the deletion of documents related to the gas plant cancellations. 

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Despite ongoing fallout from government spending scandals, the latest poll shows Kathleen Wynne and the Ontario Liberals are clinging to a small lead over their major rivals. 

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In advance of Wednesday's program exploring the representation of women in media, a look back at an Agenda episode that explored how women leaders are transforming our notions of leadership. 

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