Episodes

  Security and Civil Liberties

November 27, 2014

Mubin Shaikh on life inside the Toronto 18. And, examining Canada's use of security certificates.

  Cutting Through the Backlog

November 26, 2014

Due to slowdowns at the Family Responsibility Office, many Ontario families are living without child support. The Agenda examines what can be done to streamline the system.

  Inside Queen's Park

November 25, 2014

Former Ontario cabinet minister Greg Sorbara and former Bill Davis press secretary Sally Barnes: both take us behind the scenes at Queen's Park.

  Behind Closed Doors

November 24, 2014

Examining a recent court decision to allow an Ontario First Nations family to use traditional medicine to treat their 11-year old daughter, who is suffering from leukemia. And, amid allegations of impropriety against several Ontario doctors, The Agenda examines what steps are being taken to curb the behaviour, and if it will be enough to regain the public's trust.

  Putin's Plans, and The Agenda's Week in Review

November 21, 2014

As selected with input from our viewers, The Agenda brings you our Story of the Week: First, Crimea. Next stop? And, highlights from our week of programming in our Week in Review.

  Ontario Matters

November 20, 2014

The Agenda explores the latest allegations swirling around Canada's largest school board. Then, why are so many of Ontario's classrooms under capacity? And, what Bill 8's proposed salary cap legislation would mean to Ontario's public service.

  Changing Tide on Right-to-Die?

November 19, 2014

The Agenda looks at the steps Canada is taking to make physician-assisted death legal.

  Watching Human Rights

November 18, 2014

The Agenda looks at the state of human rights around the world as it applies to people, their governments, industries and economies.

  Think Tanks and Policy Planks

November 17, 2014

Think tanks and policy institutes have a place in the nation's conversation. The Agenda examines the size of the role they are playing, and how that role is influencing policy.

  Sheila's Story, and The Agenda's Week in Review

November 14, 2014

One of Canada's most prominent female politicians has come forward with her own experiences of sexual assault and rape. Sheila Copps sits down with The Agenda. And, our Week in Review brings you highlights from our week of programming.