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The Agenda reflects on the legacy of the tragedy at Montreal's École Polytechnique, where 14 female engineering students were shot to death.
a group of people from the article Can syllabic keyboards help save Indigenous languages? 
Thunder Bay teenagers code new keyboards you can download at home — and teach other students in the process.
Montreal Massacre commemorative plaque from the article Montreal Massacre, 30 years later: My experience as a woman in engineering
OPINION: We’ve made progress since 1989, but we need to continue to shape engineering into a field characterized by balance and inclusivity  
pit bull
Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks to animal industry experts about the effectiveness of the pit bull ban.

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Published On: December 13, 2019
A reading group in Ottawa is partway through its material — the 1,200 page MMIWG report.  
Published On: December 11, 2019
ANALYSIS: The Open City Network is a fledgling non-profit with a simple mission to help create smart-city technologies that are publicly owned and based on open standards.
Published On: December 10, 2019
The Agenda welcomes Hugh Segal to discuss his book "Boot Straps Need Boots: One Tory's Lonely FIght to End Poverty in Canada."
Published On: December 09, 2019
The Agenda welcomes Anand Giridharadas to discuss his book, "Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World,"
Published On: December 09, 2019
Sudbury is home to Canada’s largest mural. Sault Ste. Marie launched a mural pilot this summer. North Bay is currently mulling creating a new mural. Here’s why municipalities are mad for murals.
Published On: December 06, 2019
The Agenda reviews its top stories from the week.
Published On: December 06, 2019
New York Times reporter Megan Twohey discusses her book, "She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story that Helped Ignite a Movement."
Published On: December 06, 2019
Sault Ste. Marie has received nearly 900 bylaw-related calls since September — but it has only two bylaw officers on staff.  
Published On: December 05, 2019
More than 1,000 condo buildings have gone up in the city in the past 20 years — and most of them are far from energy-efficient. Is it too late to do anything about it?  
Published On: December 03, 2019
The controversial Belo Monte Dam is causing ecological devastation along Brazil's Xingu River, a major tributary of the Amazon and one of the world's most diverse ecosystems. River Silence follows four women whose lives have been profoundly changed.
Published On: December 03, 2019
Communities in the north have historically faced a lack of dedicated arts space — but all that’s changing. 
Published On: December 02, 2019
The Agenda welcomes Toronto Star reporter Katie Daubs to discuss her book, "The Missing Millionaire: The True Story of Ambrose Small and the City Obsessed with Finding Him."
Published On: December 02, 2019
Charlotte Gray discusses her book, "Murdered Midas: A Millionaire, His Gold Mine, and a Strange Death on an Island Paradise."
Published On: December 02, 2019
Provincial inmates are limited to 20-minute collect calls. Critics say it’s time to update the system so that prisoners can access the services they need.
Published On: November 29, 2019
The Agenda looks at two important stories from the past week: countereit goods online, and the proposed GTA West highway.
Published On: November 28, 2019
Catherin McKercher discusses her book, "Shut Away: When Down Syndrome was a Life Sentence."
Published On: November 28, 2019
The Agenda gets an update on the progress of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.
Published On: November 26, 2019
The Agenda discusses why nostalgia is such a powerful force in marketing these days.