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.
A New Catholic Church? And, The Agenda's Week in Review
Every week, The Agenda's viewers help select our Story of the Week. The Agenda brings you this week's selection: is the Catholic Church indicating a change in thinking on what it sees as non-traditional relationships? Then: A week that looked to the future of the PC Party. A week that examined the risks of Ebola. The Agenda's Week in Review.
Share and Share Alike (Online)
There are consequences to sharing our lives online. Some are good, and some are bad. The Agenda explores both sides of this digital life.
Weighing the Ebola Risk
Ontario has faced a global health risk before. What have we learned from SARS, and how prepared are we for Ebola?
A Conservative Future
A party that was hobbled in the last provincial election. A leader that's stepped down. New candidates stepping to fill the breech. The Agenda looks to the future of Ontario's Progressive Conservative Party.
Giving Thanks...For Votes
Six newly-minted rookie MPPs tell Steve Paikin what it's like to be a newbie at the Ontario legislature, and why they wanted the job in the first place.
Toronto's Mayoral Race, and The Week in Review
Three contenders in the race to Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square tell Steve Paikin why they should be the one to govern Ontario's capital city. And, from nurtured nature to Canada's clean technology possibilities, The Agenda brings you our Week in Review.
The Very Model Of...
Canadians like to think they embrace diversity. The Agenda weighs how much we really do.
Maybe You're Born With It
It's in your genes? The Agenda explores how much of who we are is attributable to what we've inherited from our parents, and how much that nature can be altered. And, author Andrew McAfee on the immense change the "second machine age" is bringing us.