Twenty years ago, Mike Harris made history and changed the province of Ontario in ways that are still felt today.


The Winnipeg institution opened amidst much controversy in 2014, but according to Steve Paikin it actually takes Canadians on a vital historical journey.

Sometimes, election campaigns don’t really matter, Steve Paikin writes — but this fall’s federal campaigns certainly will. And whoever wins, the outcome will be historic.


Steve Paikin frequently found himself trying to hold back tears at Laurentian University last week after learning the circumstances some students endured pick up their degrees. 


The education file is “a dog’s breakfast,” argues Steve Paikin. To stop a decades-long pattern of labour unrest in our schools, do unprecedented measures need to be taken?


Steve Paikin spent 10 days rigorously tracking his time. His goal: find out what he did and how long he spent doing it. Now the results are in. Here's his advice for feeling a little less overwhelmed. 


Steve Paikin tracked everything he did, down to the minute, for 10 days. He learned plenty about how he fills his time and whether he was trying to do too much.



In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, Steve Paikin visited the Islamic Information and Dawah Centre at the behest of Imam Shabir Ally, a regular guest on The Agenda. “I came away from this encounter with a multitude of thoughts,” he writes, “yet no conclusions.”


I remember a time when politicians had a little class and political parties treated each another with a little civility. What happened to those halcyon days? 


Both Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory back building a Scarborough subway—even though all signs suggest it’s the wrong kind of transit in the wrong locations for way too much money. Does Toronto’s transit plan make any sense at all?