Episodes

  Premier Kathleen Wynne, and The Agenda's Week in Review

February 21, 2014

No need to drop the writs? Rumours are increasing that Ontario may be headed to the polls sooner rather than later. Are the rumours true? Steve Paikin sits down with Premier Kathleen Wynne for more. And, looking back at the week that was.

  Ukraine Unrest

February 20, 2014

Protests have turned deadly in Kiev. As the world debates - and watches - The Agenda examines what lies next for Ukraine. Then, The Agenda examines our understanding of the maritime domain.

  Struggles and Statehood

February 19, 2014

The Agenda examines how the Israeli-Palestinian conflict looks to Arab observers, and whether the complicated record of the Arab Awakening offers new insights into the struggle of Palestinians to create their own state.

  Labour's Love Lost?

February 18, 2014

Statistics paint a picture: Unionization numbers are falling. The Agenda examines what is behind the fall, and what the labour movement needs to do to broaden its appeal in 2014.

  The Same, Only Different

February 17, 2014

Ontario is a multicultural and multilingual province. Different accents are heard on our streets, in our offices, and around our dinner tables. Is having an accent an obstacle or a benefit in day to day life?

  Behind the Byelections, and The Agenda's Week in Review

February 14, 2014

Selected with input from our viewers, The Agenda's Story of the Week: columnist Martin Regg Cohn on what the byelection outcomes mean for Queen's Park. And, from Russia to rapping evolution, The Agenda's Week in Review.

  Name Your Canada

February 13, 2014

Canada is portrayed as a land of hockey, ice and snow in much of the lead-up to the Olympic Winter Games. Is that the Canada that you live in? And, Senator Nancy Ruth on efforts to rewrite the national anthem.

  Who is Mother Russia?

February 12, 2014

They are a 1,000-year-old nation with a complex history and even more complex modernity. The Agenda examines what it means to be Russian in 2014.

  Rapping, Learning, and Visiting Russia

February 11, 2014

Author Gordon Chang on what the uniting of two global giants, China and Russia, means for geopolitics. And, the latest in our Learning 2030 series: Will rapping about evolution help increase understanding about Darwin's theory? Baba Brinkman thinks so. He sits down with Piya Chattopadhyay for more. And Charles Pascal on an education system that is too far from perfect.

  Gay at the Games

February 10, 2014

Russia's anti-gay law has sparked complaints and international outrage ahead of the Olympics. The Agenda looks at the controversy. Then, Author Marc Bennetts on the protests over Putin.