U.S. Election: Shaming Those That Got It Really Wrong by Agenda producer Daniel Kitts.

Rove is at the center of a mini-controversy over his insistence that his employer — Fox News Channel — had mistakenly called Ohio for President Obama and, in so doing, had handed the race to the incumbent. If you missed the clip, it’s here

Dalton McGuinty Resigns. Hours after McGuinty made his announcement, The Agenda held a live chat where Steve Paikin and former Ontario cabinet minister Sean Conway reacted to the decision and answered questions from viewers via live video.

Hours after McGuinty made his announcement, The Agenda held a live chat where Steve Paikin and former Ontario cabinet minister Sean Conway reacted to the decision and answered questions from viewers via live video.

Lessons in labour strife: examining the fallout from the Ontario government's "Putting Students First" legislation.

Lessons in labour strife: examining the fallout from the Ontario government's "Putting Students First" legislation.

Ontario Minister of Education Laurel Broten defends her government's teacher wage freeze legislation.

Laurel Broten: "Putting Students First" - The Agenda with Steve Paikin

In advance of tonight's broadcast on the conflict between the province and teachers, Agenda producer Daniel Kitts spoke with Howard Goodman, Trustee for Ward 8 (Eglinton-Lawrence) at the Toronto District School Board, to get his thoughts. Here's that interview:

Howard Goodman on "Putting Students First"

An interview with Nick Saul of Community Food Centres Canada on the different approach he's trying to take on fighting hunger. This is part of TVO and The Agenda's contribution to the international "Why Poverty?" series.

Nick Saul of Community Food Centres Canada talks about taking a different approach to fighting hunger among the poor and why he thinks the conventional food .

McGuinty resigns. Press reaction.

The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs broadcast program.

The PCs and Flexible Labour Markets by Agenda producer Daniel Kitts.

The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs broadcast program.

In an effort to continue the conversation we had on Tuesday -- both on air and via Twitter -- and in online interviews with student leader Hirad Zafari and school trustee Howard Goodman, Agenda producer Daniel Kitts spoke with Kevin O'Dwyer, President of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association (OECTA).

Kevin O'Dwyer, president of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association (OECTA), speaks to Agenda producer Daniel Kitts about the deal his union signe.

Hirad Zafari, President of the Ontario Student Trustees' Association, gives a student perspective on the conflict between the provincial government and teachers' unions.

Hirad Zafari of the Ontario Student Trustees' Association talks with Agenda producer Daniel Kitts about the Ontario government's proposed "Putting Students F.

Share "Your Ontario" With Us on Pinterest

I love this picture from just north of Manitoulin Island. Reminds me of a Tom Thompson painting. It’s in the Benjamin Islands. (Courtesy of Steve Paikin)

Preview of a program on the global economic crisis, 5 years later. Inge Kaul of the Hertie School of Governance argues that the "fiscal cliff" will be but a "blip" in the grand scheme of things.

Inge Kaul of the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, Germany, argues there are bigger things to worry about than the looming "fiscal cliff" in the United .

5 years after the fall -- experts from around the world discuss the global economy five years after the financial crisis.

Five years after the global economic collapse, how are different parts of the world faring economically and how can countries and international institutions come together to move the global economy forward?

Carlo Dade of the University of Toronto talks about how Latinos are changing the face of U.S. politics -- and what that means for Canada-U.S. relations.

The United States is being transformed by Hispanic influence: in politics, in corporate culture, in sports and entertainment. The Agenda examines how this is changing the U., and what it means for the upcoming presidential election.

A discussion on a series of killings plaguing the Somali-Canadian community in Toronto.

Dozens of young Somali-Canadian men have fallen victim to gun violence in Ontario and Alberta, victims of the same violence their families came to Canada to escape. The Agenda examines why.

I hosted a live video chat on the U.S. presidential election featuring the University of Ottawa's Carlo Dade and the University of Toronto's Mohammad Fadel. Both had interesting very interesting things to say, and I had an awkward moment around the 43 minute mark.

Carlo Dade of the University of Ottawa and Mohammad Fadel of the University of Toronto discussed the U. presidential race via live video. Watch the replay.

Pinterest
Search