The Agenda discusses Trump-era foreign policy and what the next year might bring.
June 24, 2019 - 23:31

Steve Paikin

Dean French’s departure and the most dramatic cabinet shuffle in Ontario history suggest that the Tories are looking for a new way to do business
The premier’s second cabinet shuffle was one of historic proportions — but will it actually address the problems that Ford’s government is facing?
Richard Gwyn was a renowned author and commentator for more than half a century. Then, suddenly, his mind began to deteriorate  

The Liberals have chosen to stick to their usual system for picking their new leader, even though a majority of members oppose it. What will that mean for the party’s future?  

They say that a week is a lifetime in politics — and a lot has happened over the past two lifetimes. Here’s what to watch for at the Liberals’ annual general meeting this weekend.

What's on This Week

  • Mon
    Jun 24
    The Trump Doctrine; Canada in a Turbulent World
    The Agenda welcomes foreign affairs specialist Walter Russell Mead to discuss Trump-era foreign policy strategies. Then, how Canada is facing up to its own set of international challenges.
  • Tue
    Jun 25
    Diagnosing Workplace Burnout; The Science of Parenting
    For the first time, the World Health Organization has classified workplace burnout as an occupational phenomenon. The Agenda examines the physical, psychological and social consequences and what can be done to address its root causes. Then, economist Emily Oster discusses her latest book, "Cribsheet." a data-driven guide to parenting.
  • Wed
    Jun 26
    Canada-Cuba Relations; Wild Windsor
    The Agenda discusses some of the recent developments that are straining the relationship between Ottawa and Havana. Then, Canadian historian and author Patrick Brode paints a picture of Prohibition-era Ontario - the subject of his book, "Dying for a Drink: How a Prohibition Preacher Got Away with Murder."
  • Thu
    Jun 27
    Managing Plastic Waste; Talking Trash
    The Agenda looks at what Ontario is doing to tackle wasteful plastics, and why recycling is still such a challenge in Canada despite years of effort by municipal leaders and environmental activists. Then, a look at the history and vibrancy of Huntsville's main street. And, a feature interview with Booker Prize-winner Marlon James.
  • Fri
    Jun 28
    Versailles at 100; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
    The Agenda marks the 100th anniversary of the Treaty of Versailles. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. The history and vibrancy of Cobalt's main street. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.