Putting the Brakes on Keystone, and The Agenda's Week

April 25, 2014

Viewers vote, The Agenda airs it: our Story of the Week, selected with input from our viewers: what the delay of the Keystone XL means for Canada's oilsands. And, highlights from The Agenda's week of programming in our Week in Review.

  All is Fair in Love (and Elections)

April 24, 2014

The Harper Conservatives have a plan to change how elections are run and Canadians vote. It's called the Fair Elections Act, and it's not sitting well with everyone. The Agenda examines both sides of the Act.

  Of Wages and Women

April 23, 2014

Women don't earn as much as men. What's behind the wage gap? And, author Irshad Manji on the negative impact multiculturalism can have for women.

  Parsing the Past

April 22, 2014

In January we imagined a world where people are disconnected from their past, living in an ahistorical era. Now, The Agenda sits down with stewards of historic knowledge: our province's history teachers, about how to engage students in the fine art of explaining the past.

  Discontented Democracy

April 21, 2014

Canada is one of the most democratic countries in the world, but that doesn't mean everyone is happy with our system. The Agenda explores democracy through the eyes of the discontented. The latest in our democracy series.

  Defusing Eastern Europe, and The Agenda's Week

April 18, 2014

While a plan has emerged to calm the situation in Ukraine and Russia, there is a long road before the two can reach common ground. The Agenda's Story of the Week looks at what's next in the conflict. And, from finding new revenue streams to get Ontario moving, to our latest On the Road stop in North Bay, The Agenda brings you its Week in Review.

  The Heat is On

April 17, 2014

The latest IPCC Report details steps to curtail the effects of climate change. The Agenda examines the likelihood that Western nations will embrace those steps, and why it is that climate change remains such a contentious issue.

  Budget Planning?

April 16, 2014

Queen's Park has taken HST, gas tax and income tax increases off the table as a revenue stream. What other options are there to line the province's coffers?

  Conflict Zones

April 15, 2014

Three nations in the grip of divide: first, The Agenda examines the state of Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Then, religious persecution on the rise in Indonesia. And, the state of South Sudan.

  On the Road: North Bay

April 14, 2014

The "Gateway to the North" is undergoing efforts to revitalize and diversify its economy. What can other Ontario towns and cities glean from its efforts? The Agenda: Live from North Bay, Ontario.