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TV Ontario's The Agenda discusses the impact that the increased flow of refugees will have on other refugee programs and on public policy.
TVO's The Agenda explores the role of the WSIB in workplaces today, with representatives from the WSIB, injured workers, and their advocates.
The Agenda, a television program on TV Ontario, looks at how Canada might develop a trauma-informed justice system to better respond to victims and witnesses of violent crime.
A University of Guelph study has found that graduates with disabilities are twice as likely to be unemployed.
Employers simply replace injured labourers with the next person in line, and Canada wipes its hands of any long-term responsibility. Essentially, these are disposable workers.
Yasir Naqvi, Ontario's minister of community safety and correctional services, discusses what he's been hearing around the province and how the government hopes to improve police - community relations.
The Agenda's program on employee mental health, which aired January 28, is now available.
Not disclosing HIV/AIDS to partners is against the law. Activists believe overturning that law could result in less stigma and more testing.
Some gay, lesbian, or transgender youth still refuse to access traditional shelters in fear of discrimination; dealing with LGBTQ-specific issues in such shelters has often taken a backseat.
When: Tuesday, June 9, 2015, 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Where: TV Ontario's The Agenda with Steve Paikin
TV Ontario presents a discussion of Court Watch, a project that monitored Toronto's Specialized Domestic Violence Courts, with Community Development Director Vivien Green.
TV Ontario has teamed up with the Canadian Civil Liberties Education Trust (CCLET) to create civics scenarios to be presented each month that focus on a specific right or freedom.
The use of tasers by the Toronto Police Service is the topic of discussion on TVO's The Agenda, with Abby Deshman of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, and Michael Federico, TPS.
In Canada, Aboriginal poverty rates are many times higher than for other Canadians. Explore the dark past, difficult present, and hopeful future of the issue through this shareable infographic.
A vice president at United Way Toronto and member of the Ontario Social Assistance Review Advisory Council lists five reasons why income security should remain a priority.
Date Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Time 8 p.m.
Where The Agenda on TV Ontario
Tuesday night, TV Ontario's The Agenda will focus on the topic Overhauling Ontario's Social Assistance 8 p.m.
Steve Paikin sits down with former Prime Minister Paul Martin to talk about the latest economic upheaval and where Canada fits into the global economy. Then, poverty reduction and the platform: The Agenda examines the poverty reduction plans of Ontario's four major parties.