Episodes

  Shifting the Gender Balance

March 19, 2014

Women represent over half of Canada's population, and yet make up only 30% of experts in national current affairs coverage. The Agenda has asked why in the past, and we're doing it again.

  Troubled Waters?

March 18, 2014

Out of sight, out of mind? The Agenda's contribution to Water Week: Do Canadians take access to water for granted?

  A Western Ideal?

March 17, 2014

Democracy: a universal value or just another form of legitimacy? Part of The Agenda's continuing look at the state of democracy.

  Farewell Quebec? And, The Agenda's Week in Review

March 14, 2014

Each week, The Agenda's viewers go online and vote for their choice in our Story of the Week poll. Tonight, The Agenda brings you that choice: Does Ontario care if Quebec separates? Then, The Agenda's Week in Review brings highlights from our week of programming.

  Counting on Currency

March 13, 2014

It could be virtual. It could be alternative. It could be complementary. It could be cold, hard cash. The Agenda counts on currency.

  Looking Down the Road

March 12, 2014

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.

  Broken BRICS?

March 11, 2014

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

March 10, 2014

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

March 7, 2014

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

March 6, 2014

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.