Next Episode of The Agenda with Steve Paikin is
Season 2017 / Episode 102 and airs on 23 May 2017 23:00
In-depth analysis and intelligent debate on the issues that are changing Ontario and the world beyond.
The Agenda looks into whether a drastic change from a traditional voting system is really what's needed to reform Canada's electoral system. Then, why London's city council has opted for the ranked-ballot system for next year's municipal election. And, could online voting boost voter turnout and make casting a ballot easier for all?
The Agenda welcomes Howard Sapers, an independent adviser on corrections hired by the province, to discuss his report on the overuse of segregation in Ontario jails. Then, experts dig into some of the report's 63 recommendations.
The Agenda welcomes Shachi Kurl, executive director of the Angus Reid Institute, to discuss Jagmeet Singh's decision to enter the federal NDP's leadership race. Then, the new urban crisis, journalism vs. activism, electoral reform, and segregation in Ontario prisons. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Ontario has a diverse makeup of nationalities and cultures and is home to almost 40 per cent of Canadians. But what does it specifically mean to be an Ontarian? The Agenda explores what defines an Ontario identity. Then, a look at Toronto's history of diversity through the experience of one local public school.
The Agenda examines some of the age-discrimination challenges facing older workers in today's workplace and what solutions exist to overcome the problem. Then, Conservative MP Mike Lake and his son Jaden, share some of the challenges and achievements associated with families raising children with autism.
The Agenda welcomes former cabinet minister David Orazietti to reflect on his life in politics, his future in the post-secondary world, and a by-election in his town of Sault Ste. Marie. Then, why it's important to support forest product workers and the northeastern Ontario communities that rely on this important sector.
The Agenda convenes a panel of Crown and defense lawyers to discuss how courts have adjusted under new rules on trial delays. Then, how social entrepreneurial ventures are creating meaningful job opportunities for people with barriers to employment.
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week. (To be finalized during week) Then, how a local school addresses diversity, ageism in the workplace, an update on Ontario's forestry industry, and the Jordan decision on trial delays. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
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