Episodes

  Municipal Matters

February 18, 2015

Mayors from Hamilton, Brampton and Kitchener share their plans for transit and transportation in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Then, should a citizen be able to sue his or her city if he or she is injured while tobogganing?

  A Global Outlook

February 17, 2015

Examining what the latest ceasefire agreement means to the conflict in Ukraine. Then, Postmedia's Matthew Fisher gives his global outlook for 2015. And, Father Nawras Sammour on helping Syrian refugees.

  Then Comes Marriage?

February 16, 2015

Believe it or not, estimates show almost half of marriage proposals occur on Valentine's Day, but deciding to spend a life solely with another is not all romance. The Agenda looks at partnerships: why we marry, should we marry, and what makes a good marriage.

  Sudbury's Byelection Fallout, and The Agenda's Week

February 13, 2015

Your Agenda, and your selection for Story of the Week: as the OPP launches an investigation, The Agenda examines the fallout from the Sudbury byelection. And, if you missed an episode, catch up in our Week in Review.

  The Maple Leaf Forever?

February 12, 2015

From the time of its creation, the Canadian flag has in many ways defined our national identity. Historically, the Maple Leaf has been respected worldwide. Is this perception changing?

  Gender Investing and Five Decades of the Pill

February 11, 2015

The Agenda explores what investing with a "gender lens" delivers to the bottom line. And: author Joan C. Williams on what works for women at work. Then, exploring what more than five decades of the Pill has meant for reproductive rights.

  Fighting Terror

February 10, 2015

Examining Jordan's response to the latest attack from Islamic State. Then, what does a re-militarized Japan mean for the world? And, The Agenda looks the changes in Canada's terror bill.

  Online World, Offline Lives

February 9, 2015

Author Susan Pinker on the impact technology is having on human connectedness. And, Don Tapscott on two decades of "The Digital Economy."

  Big Minds on the Future of Democracies

February 6, 2015

Francis Fukuyama, Ivan Krastev and Alexander Dugin on the state of liberal democracy and why much of Russia is immune to it.

  Big Minds on the Future of Democracies

February 5, 2015

Francis Fukuyama, Alexander Dugin and Ivan Krastev debate the conflicts within and without liberal democracies.