Legendary comedy troupe Monty Python is reuniting next year for a one-night show in London, their first project together in three decades. Revisit our interview with founding member Michael Palin talking about...geography. 

The Agenda is looking for Toronto conservatives and members of Ford Nation to take part in a panel discussion on Rob Ford next Thursday.

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Author Lawrence Hill discusses the challenges in identifying as mixed-race.

Some accept Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's statements that he doesn't have a serious substance abuse problem. Others say he's speaking the language of an addict in denial. Addictions specialist Dr. Vera Tarman discusses the language addicts use when talking about their addiction.

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Inflation as the cure to U.S. economic blues; Wynne presses for more CPP payouts; and the Senate scandal dogs Conservatives ahead of their party convention - those are the three stories we have our eye on for Story of the Week.

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Calgarians return their popular mayor for a second term. Watch his interview with Steve Paikin from earlier this summer.

Controversy over Toronto's island airport; the Senate proposes on a motion to suspend three of their peers; new NSA spying allegations anger France; First Nations' protests rock New Brunswick, and J.P. Morgan's multi-billion dollar deal are five stories we have our eye on for The Story of the Week.

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The U.S. inches closer to defaulting on its debt; the West and Iran go nuclear in Geneva; the Feds set the government's priorities in its Throne Speech; and Ontario Power Generation cancels two nuclear reactors at a cost of $180 million. Which of these stories will be Story of the Week? 

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Annette Bergeron, president of Professional Engineers Ontario, sits down with Steve Paikin to discuss the Wynne government's decision to scrap a policy that could affect worker safety in Ontario.

Canadians Tarek Loubani and John Greyson are free from Egyptian jail, but their troubles aren't over yet. 

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