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The Agenda's week in review begins sizing up how the leaders did in the provincewide debate on Monday night. Then, we analyzed the parties' offerings for post-secondary institutions, and to boost manufacturing; considered what role performance plays in success at the polls; and sat down with Green Party leader Mike Schreiner. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
After winning the 2018 election, Doug Ford's government removed rent control on new units across the province. As Ontario continues to experience a housing crisis, Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler looked into what the four main political parties are promising - or not - in terms of reinstating keeping rents affordable. See omnystudio…
 
James Arnett's path to become a true-crime novelist is unusual. He's a Harvard graduate, corporate lawyer, one-time president of Molson Breweries, adviser to government, chair of the Toronto East General Hospital board, and now in his eighties, he's written "Bean Fate," a novel based on real people and events of the Prohibition-era Midwest. See omn…
 
Northern Ontario's Ring of Fire has untapped billions of dollars-worth of minerals. Some of those minerals are much coveted for the electric car revolution. What do the party platforms have to say about these resources and how does Ontario develop them responsibly and sustainably? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Health care, education, and economic development are core election issues. That's true for most of the province, and so too for Indigenous candidates running in ridings across Ontario. To discuss, we welcome: JoAnne Formanek Gustafson, NDP candidate for Kenora-Rainy River; Vanessa Lalonde, Liberal candidate for London West; Suzette Foster, Green ca…
 
Andrea Horwath and Mike Schreiner have both announced they have tested positive for COVID-19. Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss what this means for their campaigns. Also, recapping day 16 on the hustings. BACKGROUND READING: Why the Green party's election hopes run through Parry Sound - Muskoka https://www.tvo.org/article/why-the-green-…
 
Experts weigh in on the announcements made by all the major Ontario parties related to manufacturing. From labour shortages to the transition to net-zero emissions, which party is most capable of meeting the demands of the industry? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By TVO | Steve Paikin
 
What does it take to have a successful political career? Performance skills matter a lot. Voters want politicians to be able to connect with them through television or social media. Is personally awkward behavior off-putting, and does it cost votes? We ask: Kathy Brock, Queen's University; Lyn Whitham, George Brown and Centennial Colleges; Karen St…
 
Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner made history in last night's leaders' debate as the first fourth party leader to take part in that event. Schreiner has led his party since 2009, and in the last election, became the first Green to sit in the Ontario legislature. He speaks to Steve Paikin about his platform and ambitions to extend Green Party repre…
 
The final leaders' debate of the 43rd Ontario election saw a restrained Doug Ford, along with fiery rebukes from Steven Del Duca, Andrea Horwath, and Mike Schreiner. On today's podcast, Sabrina Nanji, reporter for the Queen's Park Observer joins Steve Paikin to break down the night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Following the official Ontario English language leaders' debate, we gather party strategists to discuss the promises, policies, and exchanges that stood out. We analyze what they think resonated and fell flat with voters, three weeks from election day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A cabinet minister in the former Wynne government, Steven Del Duca is leading the Ontario Liberal Party in the June 2 election. Does he have what it takes to be premier? Can he bring his party out of political wilderness and gain back ground it lost in 2018. Steve Paikin talks to Steven Del Duca about what his party has on offer for Ontario voters.…
 
Doug Ford, Andrea Horwath, Steven Del Duca, and Mike Schreiner took part in a northern Ontario leaders' debate in North Bay earlier this week. They talked about issues of affordability, housing, highways and transit, and health care. But did they really address the concerns on northern Ontario voters? Northeastern Ontario Hubs journalist Nick Dunne…
 
The world's largest freshwater system, the Great Lakes and play a great role in Ontario's biodiversity and economy. But crises like algae bloom and plastic pollution are threatening the lakes as well as the communities that depend on them - especially First Nations. We're joined by two experts to discuss what provincial leaders need to address when…
 
For the third day in a row, the Ontario Liberal Party has been forced to drop a candidate as problematic comments from their past surface. Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss what this says about the party's candidate vetting process. Also, they dig into the PC MPP top-up allowance story as more names are added to the list. And the Green …
 
The pandemic put even more pressure on an already over-taxed mental-health system in Ontario. What are each party's plans to meet this surging demand? Should there be universal, publicly-funded talk therapy in the province? And is mental health a major ballot box issue in 2022? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
David Lepofsky, chair of the AODA Alliance, discusses why he thinks this is the most important election in two decades for people with disabilities in the province and what commitments the parties need to make to get Ontario closer to its goal of being accessible by 2025. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
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