Steve Paikin sat down with President and CEO of Porter Airlines Robert Deluce about a potential expansion of the Toronto Island Airport. Here's a small sample of the reaction we got to the interview online.
In many fields of study, terminology rapidly evolves, and those who do not live or work in that realm are left in the dark. Here's an interactive graphic to shed some light on a few terms that are often bandied about in the world of finance.
In honour of our special week of programing "Dude, Where's My Future?" we thought it might be interesting to ask a few of our guests to reflect on their success, their past, and to think about what advice they might want to give to their 23-year-old selves. To all those 23-year-olds out there, here's some advice from a mayor, an academic, a novelist, a filmmaker and former cabinet minister.
In honour of Water Week, producer Meredith Martin revisits a piece she produced about the Credit River in 2004, and finds out how things have changed for the river and its ecosystem since.
The third in a series of posts by producer Meredith Martin following up on our discussion with teachers about Bill 115. This time the focus is on teachers' sick days. (Updated with information from ETFO.)
The second in a series of posts by producer Meredith Martin, following up on a program The Agenda aired on January 29, called The Teachers' Agenda. Click through to read about the role the Kitchener-Waterloo byelection played in the passing of Bill 115.
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.