Farmers in Northern Ontario see a brighter future thanks to lower land prices — and global warming.

Instead of asking you to choose the topic for this Friday's show, we've decided to zero in on Ferguson. But we'd still like your help in figuring out how to cover this story. 

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To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first full-length episode of The Simpsons, The Agenda wants to discuss why there remains interest in the goings-on in Springfield after all these years. And we're wondering if you'd like to be one of our guests. 

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Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of November 17 to 20, 2014.

"The former GM and coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs has died at age 71, and I can't believe it."

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Progressive Conservative MPP Ernie Hardeman called on the government last week to share the gas tax "fairly" with all 444 of Ontario's municipalities, not just the 96 that run transit systems.

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Rookie New Democrat MPP announces his resignation just five months after getting elected. What's next for Sudbury?

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The former director of America’s Central Intelligence Agency says for the first time in more than 150 years, the United States is without an overarching cause, and that’s a problem.

Stephen Tapp, Research Director at the Institute for Research on Public Policy, uses a novel approach to deduce the ideological leanings of Canadian think tanks. 

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Every Friday, The Agenda brings you an interview with an expert or newsmaker on the week's top issue in our Story of the Week segment. Vote now.