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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.
 
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The Agenda discusses why Canada's debt and deficit are not bigger issues in the federal election campaign. Then, what health care policies do the federal parties have on offer to voters?By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Canadians choose their representatives via the ballot box. Indigenous people here have, over their long history, used various means of selecting those who govern. Shelby Lisk, TVO's new Indigenous Ontario Hub reporter, discusses the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and how Indigenous governance has changed over the years.…
 
Election day is Monday. Most polls show a virtual tie between the Liberals and the Conservatives. Does Polly, the artificial intelligence algorithm, have a more definitive view of what's to come? Erin Kelly is CEO of Advanced Symbolics Inc., and as she's done throughout this federal campaign, she's joins The Agenda to discuss what Polly is pick ...…
 
Pat Sorbara spent more than 40 years trying to get Liberals elected to much success. But despite helping Kathleen Wynne win a majority government victory in 2014, she found herself on the outs four years later. She tells Steve Paikin that story and more from her memoir, "Let 'Em Howl: Lessons from a Life in Backroom Politics."…
 
The Agenda discusses why Canada's debt and deficit are not bigger issues in the federal election campaign. Then, what health care policies do the federal parties have on offer to voters?By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Election day is Monday. Most polls show a virtual tie between the Liberals and the Conservatives. Does Polly, the artificial intelligence algorithm, have a more definitive view of what's to come? Erin Kelly is CEO of Advanced Symbolics Inc., and as she's done throughout this federal campaign, she's joins The Agenda to discuss what Polly is pick ...…
 
Canadians choose their representatives via the ballot box. Indigenous people here have, over their long history, used various means of selecting those who govern. Shelby Lisk, TVO's new Indigenous Ontario Hub reporter, discusses the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and how Indigenous governance has changed over the years.…
 
Pat Sorbara spent more than 40 years trying to get Liberals elected to much success. But despite helping Kathleen Wynne win a majority government victory in 2014, she found herself on the outs four years later. She tells Steve Paikin that story and more from her memoir, "Let 'Em Howl: Lessons from a Life in Backroom Politics."…
 
Attorney General Jagmeet Singh? Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism Yves-François Blanchet? Steve and John Michael break down possible scenarios in a hung parliament -- including how Andrew Scheer could win the most seats, but Justin Trudeau could wind up forming government.By TVO.
 
Attorney General Jagmeet Singh? Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism Yves-François Blanchet? Steve and John Michael break down possible scenarios in a hung parliament -- including how Andrew Scheer could win the most seats, but Justin Trudeau could wind up forming government.By TVO.
 
When voters are asked to list their top issues, health care invariably breaks the top five. This time around, the parties' offerings range from boosting the Canada Health Transfer to major new pharma and dental care plans. The Agenda unpacks the proposals on offer to Canadians.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Earlier this year, The Agenda featured an interview with journalist Renee Pellerin about her new book, ,Conspiracy of Hope., The gist of the book is that too many women are going for unnecessary mammograms. It was a controversial book and prompted a dissenting email to the show from Dr. Paula Gordon, a clinical professor in the radiology depart ...…
 
When voters are asked to list their top issues, health care invariably breaks the top five. This time around, the parties' offerings range from boosting the Canada Health Transfer to major new pharma and dental care plans. The Agenda unpacks the proposals on offer to Canadians.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Earlier this year, The Agenda featured an interview with journalist Renee Pellerin about her new book, ,Conspiracy of Hope., The gist of the book is that too many women are going for unnecessary mammograms. It was a controversial book and prompted a dissenting email to the show from Dr. Paula Gordon, a clinical professor in the radiology depart ...…
 
Since the 2015 election, according to the AI polling firm Advanced Symbolics, negative views on immigration have jumped from 25 per cent to 42 per cent in the Canadian population. How should we understand anti-immigration attitudes in Canada? When is it racist to want lower immigration levels? We hear two contrasting views from independent sena ...…
 
Since the 2015 election, according to the AI polling firm Advanced Symbolics, negative views on immigration have jumped from 25 per cent to 42 per cent in the Canadian population. How should we understand anti-immigration attitudes in Canada? When is it racist to want lower immigration levels? We hear two contrasting views from independent sena ...…
 
In past election campaigns, debt and deficits have dominated the conversation. Think of Paul Martin's demand in the 1990s to slay the deficit dragon ,come hell or high water., Even in the last federal election, the NDP ran on a promise of balancing the budget. This time around, concerns about debt and deficits are barely registering. The Agenda ...…
 
In past election campaigns, debt and deficits have dominated the conversation. Think of Paul Martin's demand in the 1990s to slay the deficit dragon ,come hell or high water., Even in the last federal election, the NDP ran on a promise of balancing the budget. This time around, concerns about debt and deficits are barely registering. The Agenda ...…
 
When you're dead, who inherits your twitter followers? Who controls your Instagram profile, or you're your online trading account? It's not something that many of us think about, but author Sharon Hartung's has researched this delicate online issue. She joins The Agenda to talk about her book, "Your Digital Undertaker: Exploring Death in the Di ...…
 
Most of Canada's population lives in cities along the southern border. That means during a federal election campaign, issues such as transit, housing, and affordability translate into complicated cross-jurisdictional problems. The Agenda discusses what the parties are offering on key urban priorities.…
 
When you're dead, who inherits your twitter followers? Who controls your Instagram profile, or you're your online trading account? It's not something that many of us think about, but author Sharon Hartung's has researched this delicate online issue. She joins The Agenda to talk about her book, "Your Digital Undertaker: Exploring Death in the Di ...…
 
Most of Canada's population lives in cities along the southern border. That means during a federal election campaign, issues such as transit, housing, and affordability translate into complicated cross-jurisdictional problems. The Agenda discusses what the parties are offering on key urban priorities.…
 
The last two federal leaders' debates took place this week - the English debate and the second French debate. Did they change the conversation, or the race? Nam Kiwanuka talks to Erin Kelly, CEO of Advanced Symbolics Inc., the pollster with Polly, the artificial intelligence algorithm that's watching this all very closely.…
 
The Agenda's weekly review includes debriefing the federal English-language leaders' debate. Then, a discussion of where the parties stand on climate policy. And, journalist Robyn Doolittle discusses her book, "Had It Coming: What's Fair in the Age of #MeToo."By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Every election has its own rhythm: what issues matter, who gets traction, what does and doesn't end up defining the race. For more than 40 years, Jeffrey Simpson has watched politicians across Canada campaign. The Governor-General's award-winning author and former Globe and Mail national affairs columnist talks to Steve Paikin about his impress ...…
 
The last two federal leaders' debates took place this week - the English debate and the second French debate. Did they change the conversation, or the race? Nam Kiwanuka talks to Erin Kelly, CEO of Advanced Symbolics Inc., the pollster with Polly, the artificial intelligence algorithm that's watching this all very closely.…
 
The Agenda's weekly review includes debriefing the federal English-language leaders' debate. Then, a discussion of where the parties stand on climate policy. And, journalist Robyn Doolittle discusses her book, "Had It Coming: What's Fair in the Age of #MeToo."By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Every election has its own rhythm: what issues matter, who gets traction, what does and doesn't end up defining the race. For more than 40 years, Jeffrey Simpson has watched politicians across Canada campaign. The Governor-General's award-winning author and former Globe and Mail national affairs columnist talks to Steve Paikin about his impress ...…
 
Board games are enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Is it an ironic-retro thing or just a good way to spend some leisure time? The Agenda talks to board-game enthusiasts who say those activities are so much more than just fun and games, but rather, a window into the human condition.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
American comedian, actor, and musician in the band Valley Lodge, Dave Hill is immensely proud of his one-quarter Canadian roots. Fuelled by his grandfather's assertion that Canada is the greatest nation on earth, Hill set out years later to discover the truth. The result is his book, "Parking the Moose: One American's Epic Quest to Uncover His ...…
 
Board games are enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Is it an ironic-retro thing or just a good way to spend some leisure time? The Agenda talks to board-game enthusiasts who say those activities are so much more than just fun and games, but rather, a window into the human condition.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
American comedian, actor, and musician in the band Valley Lodge, Dave Hill is immensely proud of his one-quarter Canadian roots. Fuelled by his grandfather's assertion that Canada is the greatest nation on earth, Hill set out years later to discover the truth. The result is his book, "Parking the Moose: One American's Epic Quest to Uncover His ...…
 
Northern Ontario needs immigrants to fill jobs and keep its economy going. The federal government has addressed the need with a pilot project to direct newcomers to rural and northern areas, but what will happen after the election? Northwestern Ontario Hub reporter Jon Thompson fills us in.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Northern Ontario needs immigrants to fill jobs and keep its economy going. The federal government has addressed the need with a pilot project to direct newcomers to rural and northern areas, but what will happen after the election? Northwestern Ontario Hub reporter Jon Thompson fills us in.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
Ontario is a huge province, and most of it is north of the French River. For transportation infrastructure, that means long distances and complex needs. For federal parties in this election, does it make for defining platform ideas? The Agenda finds out from Charles Cirtwill, president & CEO of the Northern Policy Institute.…
 
Climate change is on the minds of voters in the federal election, and with only a few weeks until E-Day, they're still looking for answers to how parties intend do Canada's part to tackle the world-wide issue. The Agenda examines where the major parties stand on everything from pipelines to carbon taxes, and what their climate-action plans look ...…
 
Ontario is a huge province, and most of it is north of the French River. For transportation infrastructure, that means long distances and complex needs. For federal parties in this election, does it make for defining platform ideas? The Agenda finds out from Charles Cirtwill, president & CEO of the Northern Policy Institute.…
 
Climate change is on the minds of voters in the federal election, and with only a few weeks until E-Day, they're still looking for answers to how parties intend do Canada's part to tackle the world-wide issue. The Agenda examines where the major parties stand on everything from pipelines to carbon taxes, and what their climate-action plans look ...…
 
In an era of increasing division, how do campaigns purposely divide Canadians by using polarizing wedge issues? In a live recording at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers cinema in Toronto, co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath talk to three political insiders who are well-versed in the dark art of the wedge. Joining #onpoli are Scott Reid, former ...…
 
In an era of increasing division, how do campaigns purposely divide Canadians by using polarizing wedge issues? In a live recording at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers cinema in Toronto, co-hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath talk to three political insiders who are well-versed in the dark art of the wedge. Joining #onpoli are Scott Reid, former ...…
 
It's been two years since a New York Times exposé brought Harvey Weinstein's alleged history of sexual harassment and assault into the open. The reaction was swift and resulted in a cultural reckoning. But what's happening now? The Agenda assesses where the worldwide movement took gender relations and how it has affected society, from personal ...…
 
For her 2017 Globe and Mail "Unfounded" series, Robyn Doolittle spent two years investigating how police and the courts handle sexual assault cases in Canada. Her new book, "Had It Coming: What's Fair in the Age of #MeToo," picks up where her gender-based violence investigation left off. Tonight, she talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how attitudes ar ...…
 
It's been two years since a New York Times exposé brought Harvey Weinstein's alleged history of sexual harassment and assault into the open. The reaction was swift and resulted in a cultural reckoning. But what's happening now? The Agenda assesses where the worldwide movement took gender relations and how it has affected society, from personal ...…
 
For her 2017 Globe and Mail "Unfounded" series, Robyn Doolittle spent two years investigating how police and the courts handle sexual assault cases in Canada. Her new book, "Had It Coming: What's Fair in the Age of #MeToo," picks up where her gender-based violence investigation left off. Tonight, she talks to Nam Kiwanuka about how attitudes ar ...…
 
Immigration has been a wedge issue in elections around the world. Here in Canada, less so, but it still factored into last night's debate. Joining The Agenda to discuss why, economically speaking, newcomers matter is Margaret Eaton is executive director of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council.…
 
It is almost always one of the highlights of any federal campaign. Sometimes it even changes the outcome of the race. Last night, the English language leaders' debate marked a few firsts, from including new parties to a multi-moderator format. Did the debate do what the voters needed to help them decide? The Agenda discusses the highs and lows ...…
 
Immigration has been a wedge issue in elections around the world. Here in Canada, less so, but it still factored into last night's debate. Joining The Agenda to discuss why, economically speaking, newcomers matter is Margaret Eaton is executive director of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council.…
 
It is almost always one of the highlights of any federal campaign. Sometimes it even changes the outcome of the race. Last night, the English language leaders' debate marked a few firsts, from including new parties to a multi-moderator format. Did the debate do what the voters needed to help them decide? The Agenda discusses the highs and lows ...…
 
This week on The Agenda, Green Party of Canada Leader Elizabeth May spoke to Nam Kiwanuka about what her party has on offer to Canadians. Then, when politicians try to appeal to middle-class voters, who exactly are they speaking to in 2019? And, military veterans are hoping a new or renewed government will fix the backlog of applications for po ...…
 
Southwestern Ontario Hub reporter Mary Baxter explains what the promises made by the federal party leaders about child care will mean for families having a difficult time finding spaces and affording the service.By TVO | Steve Paikin.
 
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