Looking Down the Road
What will your commute look like in 20 years? From self-driving vehicles to alternative power sources, The Agenda examines the future of the automobile.
The BRICS nations were the emerging market darlings. But geo-political strife and slowing growth has taken the shine off the acronym. The Agenda examines if it's really time to turn away from the BRICS, and where the next emerging markets will arise.
Engaged, Enraged and Apathetic
Young Canadians aren't voting. What is behind the disengagement? Part of The Agenda's weekly examination of our changing relationship with democracy.
Venezuela at a Crossroads, and The Agenda's Week
Venezuela has been shaken by political and civil instability. In our Story of the Week, The Agenda examines what's next for the South American nation. And, highlights from our programming in The Agenda's Week in Review.
Scars and Survival
A 25 year study suggests that mammograms aren't doing much to save women's lives. The Agenda looks beyond the study to see what can be gleaned from the numbers. And, The SCAR Project shows a group of models for what they are: breast cancer survivors. The Agenda looks through the lens at their stories.
A Place to Grow?
Ontario has acres and acres of fertile farm land. And yet we import much of our produce. Is there a risk to that?
Trust and Belonging
Globalization has made the world smaller and increased integration and mutual dependence. But it has also weakened our bond to the places where we live, and vote. The Agenda examines globalization and loss of belonging.
Ukraine on the Edge
As Russian troops take full military control of the Crimea, the threat to the rest of Ukraine remains. The Agenda examines the latest on the conflict in Ukraine, and what stands next for Russia and the West.
The Week, and the Middle Class
Selected with input from our viewers, The Agenda's Story of the Week: the meaning of "middle class." Then, from building not-in-your-backyard, to both sides of the Ford story, The Agenda brings you the Week in Review.
One man's Toronto is another woman's Crazy Town? The Agenda speaks with Councillor Doug Ford and Author Robyn Doolittle for both sides of the Ford story.