"Five minutes in your kitchen with a pen will outweigh an hour in the gym with a barbell," says Yoni Freedhoff, author of The Diet Fix: Why Diets Fail and How To Make Yours Work. Find out how in this web exclusive interview.

Ontario's Finance Minister responds to a C.D. Howe Institute report saying more competition in the selling of alcohol would mean lower prices for Ontarians. 


How do you suddenly stop living your life at 100 kilometres per hour? Ontario’s former premier, Dalton McGuinty, is finding out. 


Having finished his year at Harvard and come home, Ontario’s 24th premier is now ready for his next move. 


Author and journalist Ann Dowsett Johnston reads an excerpt from her book Drink: The Intimate Relationship Between Women and Alcohol.

The Agenda's guest tonight, author and journalist Patricia Pearson, explores the celebration of remorselessness in her recent article for The Globe and Mail.


The social media behemoth gets many of its users up in arms again. But is that anger justified? 

Might the Ontario Tories look to the national scene for their next leader?


Think tank reports get a lot of press. Do they add to or complicate the public policy ecosystem? 


Revisit the last video in our Trouble with Democracy series ahead of tonight's interview with Bessma Momani of the University of Waterloo and CIGI on Arab youth engagement in the Middle East.