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Ontario Hubs affordability journalist Kat Eschner discusses her research into the call to increase ODSP and Ontario Works assistance payments due to inflation and rising costs of living. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.TVO | Steve Paikin による
 
Russia supplied 40 per cent of Europe's natural gas last winter. Things have changed. Since the invasion of Ukraine, Russia has shut down pipelines and the European Union now says it will ban all oil imports from Russia by December. The repercussions are significant, and growing, as winter approaches. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
Highlights from this week's Agenda programming begins with a friendly competition for the title of best Great Lake. Then, is Canada's dream of bilingualism dead? How are Conservatives reeling in working-class Canadians? Is money laundering in Canada on the rise. And a feature interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
In 1972, Team Canada played the Soviet Union in an eight-game series with hopes to prove that it was the best country in the world at hockey. Robbie Hart, director of the documentary, "Ice Breaker: The 1972 Summit Series," and authors Gary J. Smith and Scott Morrison look back on what is still the greatest hockey series ever played. See omnystudio.…
 
In 2019, the U.S. State department called Canada a "major money laundering country." And just this past summer, the picture of what that looks like became much clearer with British Columbia's Cullen Commission, which detailed the millions of dollars being ,cleaned, through casinos, real estate, and fake financial transactions of myriad sorts. To he…
 
Is there a Great Lake that's better than the others? We asked five people - activists, politicians and artists - to discuss which lake deserves that title. And now they're ready to debate the issue. At issue: how to protect the diverse ecosystems and communities. Artist and activist Sarain Fox defends Lake Ontario, while president and CEO of World …
 
Numbers recently released from Statistics Canada paint a picture of a country that seems to be speaking less French every year. The number of people speaking French at home dropped in every region except the Yukon. Outside of Quebec, less than 10 per cent of Canadians can now say they speak both official languages. Following the 50th anniversary of…
 
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the face of America's response to the COVID-19 pandemic is retiring from public life after five decades and serving under seven presidents. Steve Paikin speaks to President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser about his career, combatting COVID-19, the criticism and threats he's faced, and what's next. See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
 
Fifty years ago, certainly in polite company, sex was a taboo topic. Today, we live in a world where porn is always available online and dating apps have transformed the way people connect. The sexual revolution has made its mark, but has it made things better? Christine Emba, a columnist with the Washington Post, talks about this and more in her b…
 
Traditionally, the political parties on the left have represented working-class people. But from Doug Ford's new rapport with private sector labour unions, to the new federal Conservative Party leader's posture as a defender of the working class, the right is making its case for that support. To help us understand the shift, we welcome Sean Speer, …
 
Academy award-winning Indigenous singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie's life, music and activism is the subject of a new documentary. "Buffy Sainte-Marie: Carry It On" debuts at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. She joins Nam Kiwanuka for a chat about her life and career. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Hamilton Alliance for Tiny Shelters is proposing the construction of a tiny home community for several unhoused people to live in. It's modelled after a similar initiative in Kitchener. Tony D'Amato Stortz, superintendent for Kitchener's A Better Ten City, is consulting on the Hamilton plan. Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler caught up…
 
The Agenda's week in review begins with an assessment of developments in Russia's war in Ukraine. Then, we reflect on the significance of Canada's new King; debate the role of private delivery in public health care; and explore how the opioid crisis is ravaging northern Ontario. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
According to the latest coroner's report, Northern Ontario saw the highest mortality rate from opioids of anywhere in the province during the pandemic. And in addition to that terrible loss of life, there are the daily realities of the toll that addiction takes on everyone. How are public health and the respective communities dealing with this issu…
 
Ontario went from zero cannabis stores to almost 1,500 in just over three years. Is this oversaturation? With us to explain: Mitchell Osak, president of Quanta Consulting, which specializes in the cannabis and psychedelic industries. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.TVO | Steve Paikin による
 
The human cost of the opioid crisis is devastating. But there are also real economic and social costs to this health emergency. Cam Guthrie is mayor of Guelph, and the current Chair of Ontario's Big City Mayors caucus, which collectively represents almost 70 per cent of the population of this province. He joins us to discuss this issue. See omnystu…
 
Inflation helped draw attention to problems that emerge when when sectors of the economy rely on just a few big companies. It can have consequences for prices. And, according to a new think tank, it can mean broader problems too. To explain, we welcome Robin Shaban, co-founder and senior economist of Vivic Research and co-founder and director of th…
 
Stephanie Kloostra, a farmer at Copperwood Acres, makes the case for buying meat, dairy, and produce straight from small farms across the province.With inflation hitting hard, Ontarians are looking into high quality, pasture-raised meat, while supporting small businesses. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
What does Pierre Poilievre mean for the direction of the Conservative Party of Canada? And for conservatism in Canada? And is there such a thing as Poilievree-ism? Ginny Roth and Andrew Coyne discuss the results of the Conservative Party of Canada leadership race. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Sanctions, companies fleeing, the jailing of journalists and the shuttering of independent news outlets. How has six months of war changed Russia? Is it no longer an authoritarian country, but a totalitarian one? Is Vladimir Putin stronger or weaker than when the war began? We looks inside Russia today and considers the current state of the war in …
 
Author and political commentator Tasha Kheiriddin discusses her book, "The Right Path: How Conservatives Can Unite, Inspire and Take Canada Forward." In it, she examines how the federal Conservative party has progressed throughout recent history, and what needs to happen for it to once again be the governing party. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
 
Overcrowded emergency rooms, long wait times, staff shortages. Ontario hospitals have been struggling through ongoing health care challenges. The Ford government has introduced Bill 7 - More Beds, Better Care Act - to free up more beds and ease the burden for hospitals. However, many say the bill is forcing patients into long term care facilities t…
 
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