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The good news is that Ottawa transit users could be riding free of charge on the Confederation Line all December long. The bad news is that that shiny new light rail transit line would have to be back in service by then. It derailed in mid-September and has been out of service ever since. To fill us in on the whole story, we welcome Joanne Chianell…
 
The Toronto Transit system is 100 this year. In this segment, we'll look at the many issues it's experienced through the pandemic, how it's been dealing with them, and what the system's future looks like. With guests: Shoshanna Saxe, assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering at the University of Toronto and the Canada R…
 
Many people in this country are on high numbers of different prescriptions, which can be incredibly helpful in keeping them healthy and comfortable. However, sometimes it becomes a problem. Emergency-room doctor Rohit Gandhi discusses the issue of polypharmacy and how to resolve it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Dr. Janet Rossant, senior scientist at the Hospital for Sick Children, and president of the Gairdner Foundation, joins us to dispel myths about aborted fetal cells or embryonic stem cells used in the COVID-19 vaccines, and explains how these cell lines are applied in science. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In 1951, Henrietta Lacks went to Johns Hopkins Hospital for treatment for her cervical cancer. Without her family's knowledge, cells from her tumour were taken and used by researchers there. Subsequently, they made a ground-breaking discovery with them, but her family didn't learn about any of it until decades later. Joining us for an update on the…
 
Samples of your genetic material may exist at DNA testing and genealogy companies, bone marrow registries, cord blood banks, biobanks, or at fertility clinics. Who owns these samples and the data from them? And are these organizations able to do what they want with them? Joining the conversation are Tania Bubela, dean of the Faculty of Health Scien…
 
Late last year, the Art Gallery of Ontario announced the creation of the Department of Arts of Global Africa and the Diaspora. Its first full exhibition, "Fragments of Epic Memory," is now on display. TVO's diversity and inclusion reporter, Ashley Okwuosa, discusses how the new department came together, and how it's already building community. See …
 
With one year to go until Ontario's municipal elections, how can people with a variety of backgrounds be experiences be encouraged to seek local office? To do that, the Association of Municipalities Ontario has launched a campaign called ,We All Win., The AMO is highlighting municipal leaders and organizations who are making a difference when it co…
 
Our review of The Agenda's week begins with Conservative Party of Canada Leader Erin O'Toole as he debriefs his election campaign performance. Then, a panel of Queen's Park watchers discusses the upcoming Ontario election. How are employers finding the province's vaccine passport? And, is it time to decriminalize drugs in Canada? See omnystudio.com…
 
As the opioid crisis continues to take lives, growing support has emerged for Canada to decriminalize the personal use of all illicit drugs. Is this a good idea? David Murray, former chief scientist in the U.S. federal government's Office of National Drug Control Policy, and Kwame McKenzie, psychiatrist and co-chair of Canada expert taskforce on su…
 
The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) have called on federal lawmakers to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of illegal drugs. The president of the CACP and head of the Waterloo Regional Police Services Chief Bryan Larkin; and Deputy Chief Fiona Wilson of the Vancouver Police Department, make the case for a new approach to …
 
From MDMA to ketamine to psychedelics, the drugs we were told in high school that would ruin our lives are now being used to potentially save lives. Dr. Roger McIntyre, professor of psychiatry and pharmacology at the University of Toronto, discusses the growing promise of ketamine therapy to treat severe depression and the shift to cutting edge tre…
 
He won the most votes in last month's federal election, but for Conservatives, not the most seats. When Parliament reconvenes next month, Erin O'Toole will resume his role as the leader of the opposition. The Conservative Party of Canada head reviews his last couple of years - from winning the leadership, to fighting an election campaign. See omnys…
 
It wasn't that long that there was much talk about a post-pandemic bounce-back similar to the Roaring Twenties. But the unsettling economic news from around the world proves that's not likely to happen. To help us understand what is happening and how it will affect Canada, we invite: CIBC Capital Markets chief economist Avery Shenfeld; the Conferen…
 
The federal election has barely ended, but Ontario's political parties are already releasing their attack ads for a provincial election more than seven months away. As the Ford government responds to a fourth wave of COVID-19 and populist backlash, The Agenda invites strategists to discuss what the political landscape looks like today. See omnystud…
 
After nearly four decades in the federal public service and as the top public servant in Canada, Michael Wernick has collected some insights on what it takes to govern this country effectively. His new book, "Governing Canada: A Guide to the Tradecraft of Politics," details who really holds power, managing politician personalities, prime ministeria…
 
How has the implementation of vaccine passports affected workers and businesses in Ontario? With Sharleen Stewart, president of SEIU Healthcare, Julie Kwiecinski, director of Provincial Affairs, Ontario - Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), and Ryan Watkins: employment lawyer and partner, Whitten & Lublin. See omnystudio.com/listene…
 
Renters across the province received notices of their rent's going up as the Ontario government's rent freeze is set to expire Jan. 2, 2022. We get three perspectives on how this will affect tenants and landlords. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 TVO | Steve Paikin
 
Ottawa's Carleton University and Algonquin College both provid 24-hour attendant care to disabled students in their residence, allowing severely disabled students to live independent lives in residence. However, this program was closed during COVID-19 and when Carleton's residence reopened this fall, these students were told to stay home despite th…
 
Prominent criminal defense attorney Marie Henein, known for defending Jian Ghomeshi and other bold-faced names, is joining us to talk about her new book, "Nothing But The Truth: A Memoir," where she chronicles her life, legal career, and the criminal-justice system. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
How should Hamilton grow to accommodate a population increases? Olympic gold-medalist Penny Oleksiak on her swimming career. Why the Trans Canada Trail and outdoor adventure is more important than ever. And, is it time for Ontario to look at two-tier health care? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Getting the right care to people in a timely fashion is not a new challenge in the northern reaches of this province. Presumably, doing so under COVID-19 has been even tougher. Dr. Sarah Newberry has been on the front line of the pandemic in her practice at Marathon Family Health. She's also assistant dean of Physician Workforce Strategy at the Nor…
 
Walter Schroeder was a successful businessman who made a lot of money. Now, he wants to use those resources to build a new health-care clinic just north of Toronto. And strangely enough, he doesn't want to make any money off it. The only problem is that this might not quite be legal. He tells us exactly what his intentions are and what the challeng…
 
Ontario's health care system has been battered by COVID-19, medical staff have been pushed to their limits, and there's a massive backlog of diagnostic and surgical procedures built up due to shutdowns. Has the time come for private health care to help fill the gaps? We ask: Alistair McGuire, head of the department of Health Policy at the London Sc…
 
Unpacking the Toronto Foundation's report on quality of life and inequality among resdients of the city. With Julia Howell, chief program officer of the Toronto Foundation; and Garima Talwar Kapoor, director of policy and research at Maytree. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 TVO | Steve Paikin
 
Ontario is expecting major growth around the GTA, and the provincial government has tasked municipalities with rewriting their plans on how to accommodate an influx of new residents. As part of that, the government has offered to let municipalities grow their urban boundaries. That's led to a debate in cities such as Hamilton. Four stakeholders dis…
 
Ontario's QR-code identification is being introduced later this month. How might privacy and safety concerns - or even breeches - in this step affect the government's future plans to create a multi-use digital ID. Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler has been looking into that and has some reaction on both sides of the debate. See omnyst…
 
The Ontario government delivered its second "Speech from the Throne" this week. Jeyan Jeganthan talks to Steve Paikin about what that means, why it involves a throne, and why this one was very different that this government's first one. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 TVO | Steve Paikin
 
Our review of the week's programming begins with a look at how police handle anti-vax and other social-movement protests. Then, why are housing prices still so high and can anything be done about the housing shortage? And, how can technology help with climate change. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This week the province announced it will offer rapid COVID-19 tests to some schools and child-care settings in higher risk areas for unvaccinated and asymptomatic students. Why now? How accurate are these tests? And do they have a bigger role to play in this pandemic? The Agenda examines at-home testing and why they may be the key to ending this pa…
 
Costs of many goods and services have risen, including fuel and gas prices. To discuss why, we invite Max Fawcett, columnist for the National Observer and former editor of Alberta Oil Magazine. If you love getting your in-depth current affairs analysis through The Agenda podcast, consider making a donation to support TVO’s unique model of local jou…
 
Canadians have been paying more for food - in the grocery store and at restaurants Prices on some things have risen more than others. Why and can this be corrected? We ask: Mike von Massow, Ontario Agricultural College Chair in Food System Leadership, and an associate professor in Food Agriculture and Resource Economics at the University of Guelph;…
 
Home prices rose sharply in the past few years in many parts of Ontario, and across the country. It prompted all the parties in this year's election campaigg to put forward ideas for dealing with what is routinely called a housing shortage. And, as it turns out, it's not just a problem here. With us to explain what's going on: Jenny Schuetz, senior…
 
There are many who do not believe in the seriousness of global warming. If more facts will not affect their positions, what might persuade them? Steve Paikin talks to Katharyn Hayhoe, is a climate scientist and author of "Saving Us; A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World." If you love getting your in-depth current affair…
 
Slowing down emissions of CO2 will not be sufficient to contend with climate warming and its impacts. New technological interventions are needed quickly. They are expensive, controversial, and necessary. We get some insight from David Keith of Harvard University; Holly Buck of the University of Buffalo, and the University of Toronto's Marcius Extav…
 
After 16 years and outlasting three U.S. presidents, five British prime ministers, and two Canadian PMs, Angela Merkel will soon step down as chancellor of Germany. Once called the "sick man of Europe", Merkel leaves behind a country that now commands the European continent. The Agenda examines the longest-standing leader of a major democratic coun…
 
Following national elections in both Canada and Germany, German Unity Day, and in the midst Oktoberfest, The Agenda speaks to a leader in Ontario's German-Canadian community about how Waterloo region has been the heartland for German immigration to Canada for more than 200 years. Nearly 10 per cent of Canadians can trace their ancestry to the count…
 
Twice sworn war enemies, Germany and Canada can now call each other friends. Canada can now also call Germany its largest export market in the European Union. Following national elections in both countries and amid Ontario's Octoberfest, The Agenda examines the diplomatic and economic ties that bind two countries 6,000 kilometers apart. Steve Paiki…
 
Kamal Al-Solaylee, author of "Return: Why We Go Back to Where We Come From," speaks with Jeyan Jeganathan about the reasons people return to their home countries and what that says about migration, opportunity, and what it means to belong. Al-Solaylee is also director of the School of Journalism, Writing and Media at the University of British Colum…
 
Protests against vaccine mandates have led to hostile confrontations at hospitals, restaurants, and shopping malls. How are police responding to these protests and other social movements? The Agenda's panel of experts discusses the policing of protest. If you love getting your in-depth current affairs analysis through The Agenda podcast, consider m…
 
What can Indigenous knowledge show scientists about how to fight climate change? Northwestern Ontario Hub journalist Charnel Anderson spoke to experts to learn more about Indigenous knowledge systems, what they can offer traditional climate science, and how to integrate them for best results. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Rollie Pemberton a.k.a Cadence Weapon won the 2021 Polaris Music Prize for his album, "Parallel World." This was the Toronto-based rapper, producer, writer, and poet's third nomination for the prize and first win. He's known for his socially conscious lyrics and concise writing. The former poet laureate for Edmonton talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his …
 
This week on The Agenda, we heard both sides of the Ontario optometrists vs. the province debate; author Lee McIntyre discussed his ideas on how to deal with science deniers; we debated whether vaccine passports are seriously dividing Ontarians; and author Tom Nichols wonders if people are the problem with democracy. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
 
Musician Charlotte Qamaniq, part of the Juno-nominated ensemble Silla and Rise that blends Inuit throat singing with futuristic dance-floor beats, joins us to discuss the group's creative process, and the making of the upcoming album, "Silarjuaq." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 TVO | Steve Paikin
 
Grammy award-winning producer, musician, and writer Daniel Lanois discusses his latest album, "Heavy Sun," his Hamilton roots, and his influential collaborations with Peter Gabriel, U2, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Emmylou Harris, among others. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 TVO | Steve Paikin
 
We quickly learned from the onset of the pandemic that people in lower-income socioeconomic groups were taking on a greater burden, with risk of exposure and the greater incidences of COVID-19 deaths. Frank Elgar, a professor at McGill University and Canada Research Chair in Social Inequality in Child Health, has uncovered the reasons why income eq…
 
As mandatory vaccine and passport policies roll out across Ontario, what is life like for those who for various reasons remain unvaccinated? We discuss how they are faring in what some consider will become a two-tier and divisive society? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 TVO | Steve Paikin
 
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