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Do Twitter and Instagram help or hinder creative friendships? Author, visual artist, and musician Vivek Shraya talks about her book, The Subtweet — a look at friendship, creative connections, and the complicated racialized etiquette of social media.
The province is asking MPPs to give it emergency powers for as long as two years. Is this a power grab — or just the new reality of COVID-19? Columnist John Michael McGrath explores the proposed legislation.
Across Ontario, public-health units are not only battling COVID-19 but also advocating for a new post-pandemic normal. Reporter Monika Warzecha examines the ties between a basic income and public health.
Tonight on TVO
7 p.m. — The Secret History of the British Garden
Monty Don concludes his journey through Britain's gardening heritage by looking at the 20th century. He examines the profound effect that two world wars had on attitudes toward gardening.
8 p.m. — The Agenda in the Summer: Breaking free from slavery
Two-time Giller Prize-winner Esi Edugyan describes the inspiration for writing Washington Black, a novel about the post-slavery life of a young man who learns that being physically free does not release him from the trauma of the past. She joins host Nam Kiwanuka to discuss.