The chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada discusses the suffering stress in the workplace causes Canadians every year. Plus a personal story of workplace stress.
Spring has (almost) sprung, and on one of our warmer days, producer Mary Taws noticed a heavy helping of activism at Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto. She wonders: is the square Toronto's version of Hyde Park?
TVO is going on the road again! As part of our Learning 2030 series, we'll be in Peterborough, Ontario on Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3. And as part of the weekend, The Agenda will host a meet-up on the topic of aboriginal education.
The Agenda is planning to explore the topic of aboriginal education. What model of learning would work best on and off the reserve? How do we better inform non-indigenous students about First Nations issues? Be a part of a live chat on Wednesday afternoon and help shape The Agenda's content.
Just over a year ago, former Prime Minister Paul Martin stopped by TVO to talk about improving education outcomes for Aboriginal Canadians. Here's a look at that interview and the influence Idle No More has had on that cause.