Islamic State's Imprint
Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iran, the United Arab Emirates: The Agenda looks at the regional implications of the rise of Islamic State.
Five Authors, Five Books, One Prize
A dying and increasingly problematic mother. One of the worst military misadventures in Canadian history. A horrifying journey of mental illness. Experiencing the travails of East Africa. And exploring a part of our north where few have dared to go. The Agenda welcomes the five finalists for the RBC Charles Taylor Prize.
Food for Thought?
We live in a world of the stuffed and the starved. Experts sit down with Steve Paikin to discuss where food falls short on an international scale, and the alternative food cropping up to take its place.
The Agenda's Story, The Agenda's Week
From freedom gained and freedom lost, to the reality of a "Terminator" future, The Agenda brings you our Week in Review. And, the Story of the Week: British troops are heading to Ukraine. Will other Western nations soon follow suit?
Tech minds like Elon Musk and Bill Gates are sounding the alarm over recent developments in artificial intelligence. Are the machines about to take over? Then, why are women leaving Silicon Valley?
Health Care in a Time of Austerity
Ontario's health care system is struggling to reform itself for the 21st century. Can it continue to do so in a time of government austerity?
At the Helm
Exploring leadership through three very different lenses with executives in retail, sports and finance.
Visions of Freedom
The Agenda looks at two very different types of freedom: First, the limits of religious accommodation in Canada; then, the potential sweeping changes coming to Cuba.
ISIS in Libya, and The Agenda's Week in Review
Your Agenda, and your selection for Story of the Week: exploring Islamic State's entry into Libya and what looms next in the fight against the group. And, if you missed an episode, catch up in our Week in Review.
A Decade of the Greenbelt
Ten years ago, the Ontario government created the Greenbelt, protecting a 1.8-million-acre ring of land around the Greater Toronto Area. Steve Paikin looks at how the Greenbelt has changed Southern Ontario for better or worse.