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Published On: December 24, 2019
Throughout the year, The Agenda invites authors to discuss the topics captivating readers across the province. Here’s a roundup of some of this year’s most insightful conversations.  
Published On: December 23, 2019
The London Food Coalition uses a grassroots network of member groups to rescue 410 kilograms of food each day.
Published On: December 23, 2019
As the Jewish festival of lights gained prominence, rabbis and advertisers worked to balance commerce with religious meaning.
Published On: December 20, 2019
The Agenda discusses the art and craft of distilling in Ontario.
Published On: December 19, 2019
How are streaming services changing the film industry and the movie-going experience?
Published On: December 19, 2019
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Published On: December 19, 2019
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Published On: December 19, 2019
A generation gap is not a new phenomenon, but what is driving the recent viral OK Boomer meme?
Published On: December 18, 2019
London was Canada’s first municipality to give away tampons and pads in city-owned facilities. Now, Sarnia is following suit.
Published On: December 18, 2019
Alex Bierk tells a story of addiction and loss in Peterborough.
Published On: December 17, 2019
Michael Coren discusses his book, "Reclaiming Faith: Inclusion, Grace, and Tolerance.,
Published On: December 17, 2019
How does generosity work? Why are some people, though they may have less, give more than others?
Published On: December 17, 2019
In the mid-1950s, growing frustration over careless drivers and an increasing number of pedestrian fatalities led to a controversial innovation: pedestrian crosswalks.
Published On: December 16, 2019
Dan Robson discusses his book, "Bower: A Legendary Life."
Published On: December 16, 2019
The Agenda discusses the state of volunteering in Canada, and its repurcussions for charitable organizations.
Published On: December 16, 2019
Nearly 2 million Ontarians live with some form of disability that affects their mobility, vision, or hearing — and the country is aging at a faster rate than ever before. That’s why experts are saying we need to embrace universal design.
Published On: December 16, 2019
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Published On: December 13, 2019
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