The Agenda looks at a potential redrawing on Ontario regions; former Green Party of Canada leader Elizabeth May talks to Steve Paikin about election results; Kelly Thompson discusses challenges she faced during her military career; science journalist Angela Saini debunks race science; and Salman Rushdie talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his new novel, "Quichotte," a reimagining of the classic "Don Quixote."
November 15, 2019 - 18:54
- November 15, 2019 - 5:00Sputhwestern Ontario Hub journalist Mary Baxter discusses the use of roundabouts at intersections in Waterloo Region.
- November 15, 2019 - 30:12Michael Ignatieff joins Steve Paikin for a discussion about Canada's recent election, and the rise of populism in Europe.
- November 14, 2019 - 17:50Steve Paikin talks to Bonnie Lysyk, Ontario's auditor general, about the role Tarion warranty protection plays in home ownership.
- November 14, 2019 - 28:48Angela Saini discusses her book, "Superior: The Return of Race Science."
- November 13, 2019 - 26:32Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his new book, "Quichotte," a modern reimagination of Cervantes' "Don Quixote."
- November 13, 2019 - 27:18Television critic Emily Nussbaum talks to Steve Paikin about the genre's new "golden age."
- November 12, 2019 - 20:44Steve Paikin talks to Elizabeth May about her career in politics and why she believes now is the time to resign.
- November 12, 2019 - 33:39Ontario mayors discuss changes to regional boundaries.
- November 11, 2019 - 26:52She talks to Steve Paikin about her career, the topic of her book, "Girls Need Not Apply: Field Notes from the Forces."
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What's on This Week
MonNov 18Red Brain vs. Blue Brain; The Reality BubbleThe Agenda examines how key psychological differences can determine whether a person leans liberal or conservative in their politics. Then, science journalist Ziya Tong discusses her new book, "The Reality Bubble: Blind Spots, Hidden Truths, and the Dangerous Illusions That Shape Our World."
TueNov 19Chronicling Sexual Abuse in the Catholic ChurchThe Agenda looks at the Catholic church today, and how it might come back from several controversies. Then, examining the account of a sexual abuse survivor's legal fight against the Catholic church - the subject of "Prey," an award-winning TVO Original documentary.
WedNov 20Minority Government; Non-Elected PoliticiansWhat are the tradeoffs that make a minority parliament work? What party is in a position of strength/weakness? The Agenda looks at the options in the Liberal-led minority government, and how long it might last. Then, we discuss what happened to some of the more prominent MPs who lost their seats in last month's election.
ThuNov 21Ontario's Top Lawyer; Pot's Failure to LaunchThe Agenda welcomes Doug Downey to discuss his new role as Ontario's attorney general and what's on his to-do list. Then, how Ontario's government-owned cannabis business lost $42 million in its first year.
FriNov 22Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's WeekRegional journalists update viewers on stories they're following. Then, The Agenda reviews tops stories from the week.