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The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Harry Potter and the Enduring Legacy

3 days ago

20 years after the first Harry Potter book hit the shelves readers are still gravitating towards the series, with new generations discovering the stories. Steve Paikin ...

The Rise of Harry Potter

3 days ago

With sales well over 500 million copies, the Harry Potter series has arguably had a major effect on not just readers, but the publishing industry itself.

Quidditch: From the Page to the Pitch

3 days ago

Twenty years ago is was a fictional game that involved flying and broomsticks, but Quidditch has moved from fact to fiction, evolving into a sport of its own.

Defying Drug Addiction

4 days ago

The Agenda welcomes the filmmaker and the main subjects of the award-winning documentary, "The Stairs," which examines the lives of habitual drug users in ...

The Basic Income Debate

5 days ago

Canada's most populous province now has a basic income pilot program rolling out in Hamilton, Brantford and Brant County, Thunder Bay and Lindsay.

Ontario's Basic Income Pilot

5 days ago

Ontario's basic income pilot will eventually assist 4000 low income residents in Hamilton, Brantford and Brant County, Thunder Bay and Lindsay, providing ...

Criminalizing HIV

6 days ago

When it comes to prosecuting people for not disclosing their HIV status to their sexual partners, Canada is a world leader. But critics argue criminalizing people ...

A Decade Leading York University

6 days ago

As president of York University for the past decade, Mamdouh Shoukri has been responsible for the educational experience of more than 50000 students, 7000 ...

The Cooling of an Overheated Market

1 week ago

According to the Toronto Real Estate Board house prices in the GTA dropped by 6 per cent in May compared to the previous month. And yet, another set of ...

Manning Up to Health

1 week ago

Soldier on. Man up. Grin and bear it. Too often, sentiments such as these reflect how men attend - or rather don't attend to - their health and well-being. That can ...

Inside Hillary's Doomed Campaign

2 weeks ago

Months after the most shocking election night in American history, The Agenda welcomes journalist and author Amie Parnes to discuss her new book, ...

To Serve, Protect and Lead

2 weeks ago

Does being happy on the job matter? Of course it does! In fact, the Gallup organization estimates 22 million Americans are unhappy on the job, reducing their ...

The New President's Aesthetics

2 weeks ago

American presidents are elected not just on the substance of their policy prescriptions but also on the strength of their style. This perhaps applies more to Donald ...

The Agenda's Week in Review

2 weeks ago

The 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War, helping children cope with stress, the provincial election one year out, and Ontario's new labour laws. The Agenda ...

The Agenda's Story of the Week

2 weeks ago

This week, Chrystia Freeland, federal foreign affairs minister, laid out a trade plan that looks beyond Canada's partnership with the U.S. Defence Minister Harjit ...

Labour Reform in Ontario

2 weeks ago

Equal pay for equal work, making it easier for certain sectors to unionize, more vacation, increased regulations and fines, these are labour reforms put forth by ...

Ontario Election Preview: The Liberal Deputy Leader

3 weeks ago

One year from tonight, Ontarians will render their verdict on the previous four years of Liberal administration in the province. The Agenda welcomes Deb ...

Ontario Election Preview: The Progressive Conservative Leade

3 weeks ago

It was two years ago, at age 37, that Patrick Brown became leader of the Ontario Tories. One year from today, he hopes to parlay that into becoming the ...

Ontario Election Preview: The NDP Leader

3 weeks ago

With the next Ontario election exactly one year away, the leader of the NDP may very well have two different expressions in her head. This will be the third time ...

One Year and Counting for the Greens

3 weeks ago

Ontario's next grand consultation with the people happens one year from today: June 7, 2018, the 42nd provincial general election. For the Green Party, ...

A Different Kind of Learning

3 weeks ago

Studies show that many high-school students simply become disengaged from their school work. Why? And more importantly, what could change that?