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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.
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Pierre Poilievre has led the polls for months and all indications are the Conservative Party of Canada leader could be the next prime minister. But how much do Canadians really know about him? That's a question broadcaster Andrew Lawton attempts to answer in his new book, "Pierre Poilievre: A Political Life." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
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The Royal Canadian Mint is where Canadian coins are made. It makes circulation coins and precious metal products, such as bullion bars and coins, and collector coins. But in the digital age, what role will the Mint play? Jeyan Jeganathan meets with the team in Ottawa to find out and gets to see how some of the precious metal products are made. See …
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The biggest question in Ottawa these days is will Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stay on to lead the Liberals into the next election, or is he simply too unpopular to win a fourth term? Author and journalist Paul Wells considers that and Trudeau's nine years in power in his new book, "Justin Trudeau on the Ropes: Governing in Troubled Times." Steve …
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Requests for asylum in Canada from 2SLGBTQIA+ refugees are popping up from every corner of the globe, driven by hostile environments and laws targeting the community. The Canadian government has partnered with civil society organizations to welcome those facing persecution in their own countries, but are we and other states doing enough to protect …
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Pride celebrations in Ontario have transformed since the first "Gay Day Picnic" on Hanlan's point in August 1971. Toronto's Pride parade estimated over 2 million spectators last year. As corporate participation increases and celebrations become more mainstream, has pride strayed from its roots as a place of protest? And, are pride celebrations real…
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Noah Irvine was just five when his mother died by suicide, and just 15 when his father passed away after an accidental prescription drug overdose. Now Noah has made it his mission to change the way Canada cares for people struggling with mental health challenges and addiction. In addition to writing over two thousand letters to elected officials ac…
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It was truly one of the greatest moments in Canadian history. Ben Johnson sprinted his way into the record books with an astonishing 9.79-second 100-metre dash at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. But his gold medal memories didn't last. Johnson tested positive for banned steroid use and lost his gold. Journalist Mary Ormsby takes us back to…
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Nicholas Kristof is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for The New York Times. His gripping new memoir, "Chasing Hope: A Reporter's Life," takes us behind the headlines of some of the most defining events of our lives, including the Tiananmen Square protests, genocide in Darfur, a civil war in Yemen, and closer to home, the addiction and …
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Travelling from one end of the province to another is not an experience many Ontarians undertake. And, if they did, it seems that a car would probably be one of the best ways to get around. But what if you don't have a car or don't want to use one? Train services are not frequent enough, buses might not get you exactly where you need to go. Flights…
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Despite being declared the national sport by Canada's first prime minister John A. MacDonald in 1867, cricket didn't quite take off in Canada in the way it has in other parts of the world. But that's changed recently with a steady influx of leagues and young talent all over the country, and Canada qualifying for its first ever T20 World Cup. What a…
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Think about how well you're doing financially these days compared to in 2015, when the current federal government first took power. Are you doing better? Worse? Did COVID have a longstanding impact on your circumstances. Pollster Greg Lyle has been looking into these and other questions. He's the founder and president of the Innovative Research Gro…
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The season for outdoor events and festivals is near. Yet the aftermath of most events shows overflowing waste bins and loose litter, not to mention the carbon emissions released to run the event. Some festivals are only doing the bare minimum when it comes to practicing sustainability but there are several who lead the charge in implementing green …
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Ahead of the 80th anniversary of D-Day, journalist and author, Nahlah Ayed tells the story of two elite agents working for Britain's Special Operations Executive in France during the Second World War. "The War We Won Apart" is constructed from hours of unpublished interviews and archival and personal documents to recount the love story of a British…
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Mute Swans are considered invasive, but after generations in Ontario, they have become naturalized. Learn the basics and beauty of Ontario's Mute Swan population, how its being controlled and why its important for them to live their natural lives in wetlands and parks. With contributers: Kelly Duffin, founder of the Mute Swan Society; Dana Stratton…
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This year, the Professional Women's Hockey League had its inaugural season, and the WBNA announced it is expanding to add a team in Toronto. Plus, April 2025 will be the start of the Northern Super League, Canada's first professional women's soccer league. Amidst this growth, are women's sports finally getting the recognition they deserve? We ask: …
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The Ontario government is moving ahead with plans to liberalize alcohol sales in the province but questions remain about whether the risks will outweigh the benefits, and not just in terms of convenience. A look at how much the provincial economy might be boosted by increased alcohol sales compared to the costs of a potential increase in alcohol-re…
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Meet the joyful and dedicated team working with and for Waterfront Toronto and learn how they are adding resilience to the watershed and at the same time revitalizing the city's waterfront to some of its former glory. With contributers: Shelley Charles, MinoKamik Collective; Netami Stuart, senior project manager of parks, Waterfront Toronto; Melani…
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Tragedies last year pulled intimate partner violence to the centre of discourse and municipalities across Ontario have declared it an epidemic. What are organizations doing to address it and what can be done to resolve the underlying causes? Sault Ste Marie Councillor Angela Caputo; Inspector Derek Dewar; executive director of CHADWIC Home Paula Va…
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Two fathers, Brian Sweeney and Dan Jennings, have been at the forefront to raise awareness about intimate partner violence and how tragedies have a ripple effect on communities. In Sault Ste. Marie, they join Steve Paikin to discuss what it has been like to lose a daughter too early in life and the fight they are on to see something change. See omn…
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It is unclear how many undocumented immigrants live in Canada. Estimates range from 20,000 up to 500,000. Many of these are youth who were brought to Canada as young children and had no choice in the matter. Youth with precarious status or no status struggle to access public services like health care and education. Who are these undocumented youth,…
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When Lorena Agolli started learning how to make shoes, she knew she'd found her vocation. Working with her hands came naturally, and she now owns Sole Survivor - a cobbler shop in Toronto that restores and repairs dozens of pairs of shoes every day. Using generations-old equipment, she and her team are part of an old-school movement towards traditi…
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Governments across North America keep building and expanding roads. This can have deadly consequences for animals but, potentially, drivers too. One way to manage these risks is by building ecopassages, that help animals get around barriers humans create. This animal overpass near Burwash, Ont., is the first and-for now-only one of its kind in Onta…
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