Robocalls to Reforms, and the Week in Review
Reforming Canada's elections, one bill at a time: The Agenda's Story of the Week. And, from the making of the minimum wage to security concerns over Sochi, The Agenda's Week in Review.
Security and Sochi
As athletes and fans alike prepare for the start of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, The Agenda examines the security risks going into the games, and host country Russia's relationship with its neighbours.
Triumph and Tragedy
Modern Israel is a country rife with complexity and contradiction. Author and journalist Ari Shavit delves into these issues in his book "My Promised Land: The Triumph and Tragedy of Israel." Ari Shavit sits down with Steve Paikin for more.
What's in a Wage?
The Agenda examines Ontario's new approach to the minimum wage, considers a proposal at the top end of the pay scale, and explores what factors go into determining a wage.
A Struggling Sex?
What can be done so that women in India no longer have to look over their shoulders? Kripa Sekhar shares her story. Then, supporting better maternal outcomes in Africa with Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese. And, closing a dark chapter on Ontario's reformatory past, with a look at the Mercer Reformatory.
Baird Beyond Our Borders and The Agenda's Week in Review
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird on Canada's global role. And, from fostering job growth to global conflict zones, The Agenda brings you the Week in Review.
Countries in Conflict
Syria. Iraq. Ukraine. Countries divided by government, politics, religion, beliefs. The Agenda looks at these three conflicts and examines what holds next.
Jobs Plans, Political Ambitions
Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak says he will create one million jobs in Ontario if he's elected premier. Does Hudak have a plan that will create jobs? And The Agenda examines how the economy could influence the by-election results in Niagara Falls and Thornhill.
Rail Safety Recommendations and Revving Jobs Growth
Canada's rail safety watchdog has released a list of recommendations in the wake of the Lac-Megantic derailment disaster. The Agenda examines the safety record of Canada's rail industry. Then, there are many parts to the jobs growth puzzle. Where should the onus of job growth lie?
86% of Ontarians live in urban areas. What does it take to keep those cities working? The Agenda examines the role Community Foundations play in building and maintaining of cities.