Scotland's Results, and The Agenda's Week in Review
Politics to popular culture, health care to human rights, The Agenda brings you our Story of the Week: the results of Scotland's independence vote. And, our Week in Review featuring highlights of this week's programming.
A New Rights Frontier
Globally, there have been important legal battles won in support of transgender rights. But the fight is far from over. The Agenda explores the trans rights movement, and examines what hurdles might loom ahead.
Transition to Retirement
It sits like a dream for many workers: retirement day. But it's not always rosy for those transitioning to retirement. For some, it's downright difficult. The Agenda explores the troubles that can accompany this transition.
Fight for the Cure
There have been no major advances in the treatment of Alzheimer's and dementia in the last decade. What is next on the horizon for treatment options?
The Threat Within?
The Islamic State counts Westerners among its fighters. What makes a holy war fought in a far-away land appealing to your neighbour, your brother, your sister, your friend?
Exploring Northern Mythology and, The Agenda's Week
Viewers vote, and The Agenda airs it: exploring what the finding of the Franklin expedition tells us about our relationship with the north. And, highlights of our programming in The Agenda's Week in Review.
Living Out There
Homosexuality is a polarizing global issue. Why are some countries accepting of LGBT rights, while others steadfastly against them? The Agenda examines the limits of living out there.
If You're Not With Us...
Pension premium increases, an inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women, joint cabinet meetings with Quebec's government. Ontario is forging ahead with major policy - with or without the federal government. What lies behind the province's motives?
Calls for an inquiry into the hundreds of missing and murdered Indigenous women are going unheard. If an inquiry is off the table, what should be done?
A New World Model
Three thinkers, with three new ways of doing things: Economist Mariana Mazzucato on the state's role in spurring innovation; UK Government Advisor David Halpern on how governments can nudge citizens in a particular direction; and, One Earth Co-Founder Vanessa Timmer on the promise of the collaborative economy.