Best Steve Paikin podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs program - devoted to exploring the social, political, cultural and economic issues that are changing our world, at home and abroad. The Agenda airs weeknights at 8:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.
 
The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs program - devoted to exploring the social, political, cultural and economic issues that are changing our world, at home and abroad. The Agenda airs weeknights at 8:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.
 
#onpoli, a TVO podcast, is all about Ontario politics. Join hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath for candid interviews and a deeper understanding of how politics touches our day-to-day lives. When it comes to #onpoli, we're here to give you the bigger picture.
 
#onpoli, a TVO podcast, is all about Ontario politics. Join hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath for candid interviews and a deeper understanding of how politics touches our day-to-day lives. When it comes to #onpoli, we're here to give you the bigger picture.
 
A Loonie Politics podcast about Canadian and Ontario politics for everyone.
 
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For a generation of Canadians, the names Sharon and Bram evoke nostalgic memories of childhood. Along with the late Lois Lilienstein, they sold more than three million copies of their 20 albums, produced two hit TV shows, won multiple Juno awards and were inducted into the Order of Canada. Their appeal spans generations and children's entertain ...…
 
For a generation of Canadians, the names Sharon and Bram evoke nostalgic memories of childhood. Along with the late Lois Lilienstein, they sold more than three million copies of their 20 albums, produced two hit TV shows, won multiple Juno awards and were inducted into the Order of Canada. Their appeal spans generations and children's entertain ...…
 
Richard Stursberg has a long career in media, leading beloved Canadian institutions such as the CBC and Telefilm. Now, he has his sights set on the challenge posed by companies like Netflix and Amazon to Canada's cultural ecosystem. His new book "The Tangled Garden: A Canadian Cultural Manifesto for the Digital Age" looks at the evolution of Ca ...…
 
Richard Stursberg has a long career in media, leading beloved Canadian institutions such as the CBC and Telefilm. Now, he has his sights set on the challenge posed by companies like Netflix and Amazon to Canada's cultural ecosystem. His new book "The Tangled Garden: A Canadian Cultural Manifesto for the Digital Age" looks at the evolution of Ca ...…
 
As a program that likes to trade in empirically provable facts and rational debate, The Agenda, as well as other media outlets, have noticed a serious dearth of statistical research. A look at the data deficit in Canada, why it's lacking and the implications for policy making.
 
Hockey is serious business in this country but it's also fodder for the humour and insight of sportswriter Sean McIndoe, who writes the popular blog, Down Goes Brown. He looks at our national pastime with his new book, ,The Down Goes Brown History of the NHL: The World's Most Beautiful Sport, the World's Most Ridiculous League.,…
 
As a program that likes to trade in empirically provable facts and rational debate, The Agenda, as well as other media outlets, have noticed a serious dearth of statistical research. A look at the data deficit in Canada, why it's lacking and the implications for policy making.
 
Hockey is serious business in this country but it's also fodder for the humour and insight of sportswriter Sean McIndoe, who writes the popular blog, Down Goes Brown. He looks at our national pastime with his new book, ,The Down Goes Brown History of the NHL: The World's Most Beautiful Sport, the World's Most Ridiculous League.,…
 
25 years ago this month, an estimated 800,000 to 1,000,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in a massive slaughter in the African nation of Rwanda. The Agenda convenes a panel to discuss the legacy of the genocide and what lessons can be drawn from that horrible time.
 
Could media outlets have done a better job of alerting the world to the Rwanda genocide 25 years ago? And how has media evolved in covering mass atrocities that persist to this day? Allan Thompson, the editor of ,Media and Mass Atrocity: The Rwanda Genocide and Beyond, joins The Agenda to discuss the role media plays in reporting on and prevent ...…
 
25 years ago this month, an estimated 800,000 to 1,000,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in a massive slaughter in the African nation of Rwanda. The Agenda convenes a panel to discuss the legacy of the genocide and what lessons can be drawn from that horrible time.
 
Could media outlets have done a better job of alerting the world to the Rwanda genocide 25 years ago? And how has media evolved in covering mass atrocities that persist to this day? Allan Thompson, the editor of ,Media and Mass Atrocity: The Rwanda Genocide and Beyond, joins The Agenda to discuss the role media plays in reporting on and prevent ...…
 
NDP MPP Jill Andrew tells Steve Paikin how her life shapes her politics and why she feels she has been "the official Opposition" her whole life.
 
NDP MPP Jill Andrew tells Steve Paikin how her life shapes her politics and why she feels she has been "the official Opposition" her whole life.
 
The life of a foreign correspondent may seem glamourous and thrilling from afar. When former journalist Sean Mallen took his dream job of being a foreign correspondent in London, he found it was gruelling and hard on his family as well. Mallen will be a familiar face to many here in Ontario, as a long-time reporter for Global News and a former ...…
 
The life of a foreign correspondent may seem glamourous and thrilling from afar. When former journalist Sean Mallen took his dream job of being a foreign correspondent in London, he found it was gruelling and hard on his family as well. Mallen will be a familiar face to many here in Ontario, as a long-time reporter for Global News and a former ...…
 
Canada has become a global haven for laundering dirty money, particularly in highly-priced real estate markets. The federal government earmarked funds in its most recent budget for a new anti-money laundering task force. Joining Steve Paikin to discuss whether this have an affect on the problem in Ontario is James Cohen, the executive director ...…
 
In the 2019 provincial budget, the Ford government cut funding to Legal Aid Ontario by 30% or the equivalent of $133 million annually. It's prompted quite an outcry from members of the legal community. Avvy Go, clinic director of the Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic and Patricia Hughes, former executive director of the Law Commission of ...…
 
Canada has become a global haven for laundering dirty money, particularly in highly-priced real estate markets. The federal government earmarked funds in its most recent budget for a new anti-money laundering task force. Joining Steve Paikin to discuss whether this have an affect on the problem in Ontario is James Cohen, the executive director ...…
 
In the 2019 provincial budget, the Ford government cut funding to Legal Aid Ontario by 30% or the equivalent of $133 million annually. It's prompted quite an outcry from members of the legal community. Avvy Go, clinic director of the Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic and Patricia Hughes, former executive director of the Law Commission of ...…
 
The Canadian public expects its government to be able to steer the nation economically while keeping up with 21st century demands and challenges. The Agenda examines whether the Canadian political system can handle the challenge of delivering transformative national projects in an increasingly complex world with guests Martha Hall Findlay, pres ...…
 
The 2008 economic crisis had ramifications beyond the world's financial markets. Beyond the economic upheaval it caused across the globe, the crisis shifted the politics of numerous nations and still presents serious governance challenges which threaten the liberal world order. Economic historian Adam Tooze, winner of this year's Gelber Prize f ...…
 
The Canadian public expects its government to be able to steer the nation economically while keeping up with 21st century demands and challenges. The Agenda examines whether the Canadian political system can handle the challenge of delivering transformative national projects in an increasingly complex world with guests Martha Hall Findlay, pres ...…
 
The 2008 economic crisis had ramifications beyond the world's financial markets. Beyond the economic upheaval it caused across the globe, the crisis shifted the politics of numerous nations and still presents serious governance challenges which threaten the liberal world order. Economic historian Adam Tooze, winner of this year's Gelber Prize f ...…
 
With new governments come new transit plans. Jennifer Keesmaat, Matti Siemiatycki and Murtaza Haider join Steve Paikin as The Agenda evaluates the province's new ideas for transit in the Toronto area.
 
The Ontario government is mandating that all high school students will be required to take four online credit courses. The Agenda discusses how this will impact student learning, and how to make sure students will succeed in the online class environment.
 
The Ontario Progressive Conservative government's first budget includes a tax credit designed to reduce child care expenses for families across the province. The Agenda examines how this tax credit will work and explores other changes to child care in Ontario.
 
Major changes have been announced to education in Ontario over the last few weeks, as well a new child care tax credit was introduced in last week's budget. Minister of Education Lisa Thompson joins Steve Paikin to discuss these changes and how the budget addresses child care and education challenges in the province.…
 
While last week's Ontario budget didn't mention the $2 per hour provincial wage grant that tops up the pay of more than 39,000 ECE workers in the province, advocates have learned the grant will be continued. Rachel Lafferty, executive coordinator of the Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario, joins The Agenda to discuss the role of EC ...…
 
Ontario Finance Minister Vic Fedeli talks to Steve Paikin about his life, from early beginnings in northern Ontario to travelling the world to managing the province's pocketbook. And what's up with his yellow ties?
 
Ontario Finance Minister Vic Fedeli talks to Steve Paikin about his life, from early beginnings in northern Ontario to travelling the world to managing the province's pocketbook. And what's up with his yellow ties?
 
Canada's criminal justice system is no longer the boy's club it once was, and the number of women entering the profession is on par with men. The ratios are not that encouraging for racialized women, and pay rates are still not equal. And, as is often the case, women face different challenges both with cases they work on and in the profession i ...…
 
Ontario Hubs journalist H.G. Watson discusses what the PC government's budget has to offer for northern and Indigenous communities?
 
Economists, journalists and opposition critics discuss the PC government's first budget. The effects of a smaller Toronto city council. Who will prevail in the Alberta election: Jason Kenney's United Conservative Party or Rachel Notley's NDP? And, former Ontario lieutenant-governor David Onley discusses the results of his report on Ontario's ac ...…
 
How is an Ontario budget made? To find out, Agenda producer Patricia Kozicka spoke with four former finance ministers: Charles Sousa, Janet Ecker, Ernie Eves, and Floyd Laughren. She shares their stories with Steve Paikin.
 
Canada's criminal justice system is no longer the boy's club it once was, and the number of women entering the profession is on par with men. The ratios are not that encouraging for racialized women, and pay rates are still not equal. And, as is often the case, women face different challenges both with cases they work on and in the profession i ...…
 
Ontario Hubs journalist H.G. Watson discusses what the PC government's budget has to offer for northern and Indigenous communities?
 
Economists, journalists and opposition critics discuss the PC government's first budget. The effects of a smaller Toronto city council. Who will prevail in the Alberta election: Jason Kenney's United Conservative Party or Rachel Notley's NDP? And, former Ontario lieutenant-governor David Onley discusses the results of his report on Ontario's ac ...…
 
How is an Ontario budget made? To find out, Agenda producer Patricia Kozicka spoke with four former finance ministers: Charles Sousa, Janet Ecker, Ernie Eves, and Floyd Laughren. She shares their stories with Steve Paikin.
 
Economists and journalists evaluate the PC government's first budget, delivered this afternoon.
 
The Ontario PC government delivered its first budget this afternoon. Tonight, The Agenda welcomes finance critics from each opposition party to evaluate the province's economic intentions. The panel includes: Mitzie Hunter of the Liberal Party, the NDP's Sandy Shaw, and Stacey Danckert of the Green Party, as well as PC MPP Peter Bethlenfalvy, p ...…
 
Economists and journalists evaluate the PC government's first budget, delivered this afternoon.
 
The Ontario PC government delivered its first budget this afternoon. Tonight, The Agenda welcomes finance critics from each opposition party to evaluate the province's economic intentions. The panel includes: Mitzie Hunter of the Liberal Party, the NDP's Sandy Shaw, and Stacey Danckert of the Green Party, as well as PC MPP Peter Bethlenfalvy, p ...…
 
This past week the tiny nation of Brunei became the seventh country in the world to make some sex practices punishable by death. Neela Ghoshal of Human Rights Watch joins The Agenda to break down the new law in Brunei and looks at the big picture for LGBTQ rights around the world in 2019.
 
In 2005, The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act was passed. It promised to drastically reduce the number of barriers people with disabilities face every day in Ontario. A new report just released by Ontario's former lieutenant-governor David Onley says quite clearly that the goals in that act are not being met. He joins The Agend ...…
 
In his book, "Perseverance," Tim Hague documents a first-place finish on the inaugural season of The Amazing Race Canada, in which he competed with his son. He talks to Nam Kiwanuka about the challenging race, U-Turn Parkinson's (his charity), and his career as a speaker dedicated to creating greater awareness of the disease.…
 
This past week the tiny nation of Brunei became the seventh country in the world to make some sex practices punishable by death. Neela Ghoshal of Human Rights Watch joins The Agenda to break down the new law in Brunei and looks at the big picture for LGBTQ rights around the world in 2019.
 
In 2005, The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act was passed. It promised to drastically reduce the number of barriers people with disabilities face every day in Ontario. A new report just released by Ontario's former lieutenant-governor David Onley says quite clearly that the goals in that act are not being met. He joins The Agend ...…
 
In his book, "Perseverance," Tim Hague documents a first-place finish on the inaugural season of The Amazing Race Canada, in which he competed with his son. He talks to Nam Kiwanuka about the challenging race, U-Turn Parkinson's (his charity), and his career as a speaker dedicated to creating greater awareness of the disease.…
 
The 2019 Alberta election campaign is is in its final throes, with NDP leader Rachel Notley facing off against Jason Kenney, the leader of the new United Conservatives Party. After low oil prices sent the province's economy into turmoil, Albertans seem ready for a change of government. The Agenda discusses issues related to the April 16 vote.…
 
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