Rob Ford's credibility and controversy: The Agenda's Story of the Week. And, 75 years ago, the sound of shattered glass could be heard across Germany. What has the world learned since Kristallnacht?
The War at Home
The war doesn't always end once a soldier returns to home soil. Is Canada doing enough to help soldiers whose wounds aren't obviously visible? The Agenda looks at what needs to be done to address PTSD.
There are two contentious energy issues in Ontario right now. The Agenda examines the debate over Enbridge's Line 9, the pipeline used to transport oil across our province. Then, while Ontario relies on nuclear power to keep the lights on, what to do with the waste remains a problem. The Agenda examines controversial plans to put that waste in a deep geologic repository under Lake Huron.
A Difficult Conversation
A frank discussion on race and racial discrimination is never easy. Everyone has their own truths, experiences and realities. The Agenda examines not only what defines race, but racism.
Inside Iran, Then and Now
It's been a poisoned relationship for decades. From the Iranian hostage crisis, to the current tensions over the country's pursuit of a nuclear program. The Agenda looks back at a moment in history when Canadians came to the rescue, and looks to today as Tehran appears poised to engage the West on the nuclear issue.
Stephen Harper and the Senate and The Agenda's Week
The Agenda brings you our Story of the Week, selected with input by our viewers: how is the Senate scandal affecting Stephen Harper's ability to govern? And, from a Canadian astronaut to a divide decided by an area code, The Agenda's Week in Review.
The Ford Video is Found and Righting Past Wrongs
The Agenda examines the latest in the allegations against Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, now that the video allegedly showing him smoking crack is in the possession of Toronto Police. Then, five years after the Goudge Inquiry into wrongdoing by pathologist Charles Smith, Ontario's Chief Forensic Pathologist Michael Pollanen on efforts to rebuild credibility in the office.
Technology is changing much of how we live our lives. Journalism is not immune to these changes. The Agenda looks at how social media and online journalism are shaking up the traditional model of journalism.
Big Science, Little Money
Governments are strapped. Research dollars dwindling. What happens to scientific research in this reality? The Agenda examines if the world needs big money for big science.
Something with the Senate and More Than an Area Code
Political scientist Bruce Hicks on the latest in the Senate spending scandal and possibility for reform. If you live in Southern Ontario, you'll probably have heard about the so-called 416/905 divide. Two decades since its inception, The Agenda looks at 905 identity.