Guest contributor Samuel Getachew offers a career overview and personal reflection on Herb Gray, the former Canadian Deputy Prime Minister who died Monday at age 82. 

Tonight’s episode of The Agenda references a previous program about historical literacy and a web exclusive conversation with a group of university students. Both of those videos are available in full here. 

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Obama delays his Keystone XL pipeline decision, Syria announces a presidential election during as its civil war rages on, and Afghanistan's presidential election results are counted. Which of these stories will be The Agenda's Story of the Week?

Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of April 14-17, 2014.

What does your public library mean to you? Is it mostly still a place to borrow books or has it become more than that? Help us find the most interesting public libraries in Ontario.

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The Government of Canada has rolled out a plan in an effort to make sure the country takes full advantage of the opportunities of the digital age. 

There's nothing like a politician on a mission. Oftentimes, it can erase a host of previous ills. The Ontario Liberals certainly hope so.

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There has been a lot of talk about potentially legalizing pot in Canada. We take profile one organization's view on what would need to be addressed in any possible legislation on marijuana.

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Agenda Producer Hilary Clark talks to Beverly Fernandez, spokesperson for Stop the Great Lakes Nuclear Dump about where things stand with the environmental assessment of Ontario Power Generation's proposal to bury low and intermediate nuclear waste under the Bruce Nuclear complex.

Web-exclusive bonus video from our visit to North Bay, discussing how to innovate the economy of North Bay and Northern Ontario.