From a modern life at odds with our wellbeing, to a retelling of Canadian history, The Agenda's Week in Review.
Why do we commemorate the anniversaries of certain historical events, but not others The Treaty of Paris and the Royal Proclamation of 1763 ...
Celebrating the War of 1812, re-branding the Canadian Museum of Civilization and examining the history taught in our schools. The Harper ...
Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear sits down with Steve Paikin for a feature interview on what Ontario can learn from the Bluegrass state, and ...
As the fallout from the gas plant cancellations continues, Steve Paikin and two guests answer viewer questions about Ontario politics.
Much gets made of how modern life can make us miserable - too stressful, too sedentary, too many people packed into an urban jungle yet all ...
Is modern life doing as much harm as good to humans Invention and innovation have radically improved our lives even as unintended ...
The promise of new digital technology was more time. Author Douglas Rushkoff argues that instead of gaining time, we've gained a digital ...
The time is now. We exist in the immediate present, anchored in our real-time lives. But author Douglas Rushkoff warns that because we are ...
Turkey and Syria, two countries with a long history, both harmonious and hostile. In The Agenda's Story of the Week, TVO foreign affairs ...
Toronto City Hall is in the middle of what some are calling a civic psychodrama. But what is at the root of that drama Is it crime ...
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