The Agenda with Steve Paikin recently hosted an education meetup at MaRS Discovery District, and it proved to be a fascinating conversation. 

We will be hosting a series of meet-ups at the MaRS Discovery District to discuss some of the big issues that affect the day-to-day lives of Ontarians: education, health care and the economy. We kick it off on Thursday April 3rd, where we discuss one big question: What can government do to help spur innovation in education?


Check out Toronto mayoral candidate John Tory's performance on a TVO debate the last time he ran for the city's top job in 2003. 

Producer Meredith Martin speaks with community activist Jamil Jivani about his new project, the Toronto Police Literacy Initiative, and Patrick Opoku about the practice of "carding" by the Toronto Police.


Producer Meredith Martin is working on a program about national identity and commercial branding and she wants to hear from you.


Ontario educators weigh in on the falling math scores of students across the province. 

Producer Meredith Martin sets out to buy snow tires and comes back with the story of John Lowe, a carpenter turned personal support worker, and his journey through unemployment.


Ontario educators: please send us your thoughts on the concerns over Ontario's declining math scores in international tests. 


Producer Meredith Martin ponders why Target Canada is doing so poorly. She speaks to branding consultant Bruce Philp and Target lover Jen Hamilton.


The List Project is a not-for-profit organzation working to settle Iraqis who worked for the American government during the Iraq war. Kirk Johnson is the author of To Be a Friend Is Fatal: The Fight to Save the Iraqis America Left Behind.