Two Torontos and The Agenda's Week in Review
Each week, The Agenda's viewers help select our Story of the Week. We bring you this week's selection: what the municipal election tells us about a divided Toronto. And, from Europe's move to the right, to the balance between liberty and security, The Agenda brings you our Week in Review.
Up Close and Personal
Having your smartphone attached to your hip is one thing, wearable gadgets, quite another. The Agenda examines our comfort level with wearable technologies.
Nationalist and far-right parties are changing the political tone in Europe. The Agenda examines the implications of their rise.
The Day After
It's the day after municipal elections, and Ontario's capital city will have a new mayor. Former mayors of the City of Toronto share their advice with the winner. And, former Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion reflects on her time in office, and shares her advice for Mississauga's new mayor.
Where Liberty Meets Security
Given recent events, do Canadians need to shift their expectations for personal liberty and security?
Compelled to Convert? And, Witness to Tragedy
The Agenda examines the allure of conversion to a new faith. And, looking back at this week's events in Quebec and the nation's capital.
Terror and Trauma
From watchlists to increased surveillance, That Agenda examines the limits of our national security systems. And, after the immediate shock in Ottawa, fear will remain. The Agenda examines the psychological toll of that fear.
Terror Comes to Canada
The Agenda examines today's shooting incidents in the nation's capital and the potential fallout on our national security.
Raze + Rebuild = Renewed?
For a decade, efforts have been underway to redevelop Canada's oldest social housing project, Regent Park. The Agenda examines how the project is unfolding, and what other jurisdictions can learn from the rebuild.
Races to Watch
Toronto's mayoral race steals many headlines, but there are several other important races to watch across the province. The Agenda has a look. And, why voting for your school trustee is critical.