Daniel Kitts' articles
In 2014, a crisis forced a complete renovation of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, in Ottawa. A new TVO documentary explores the three-year transformation that followed — and the questions it raises about the role of museums in the modern age.
Astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell co-discovered some of the most remarkable objects in the universe. She discusses her storied career — and the significance of pulsars to science.
A number of significant transportation initiatives are in the works across the province. Here’s where they’re happening, how much they’ll cost, and when — or whether — they’ll be completed.
Pierre Blier discusses his research into using a well-known anaesthetic to help people with severe depression.
Ontarians wanting to do their part for the environment might consider carbon offsets. We explain what they are, how they work, and where to buy them.
We ask Carol Hopkins of the Thunderbird Partnership Foundation about the role that land plays in Indigenous culture — and the effects it can have on health and wellness.
The Tories win a majority government, the NDP becomes the official Opposition, the Liberals hang on to a handful of seats, and the Greens elect their first MPP.
Doug Ford becomes Ontario's 26th premier as Progressive Conservatives win majority.
The party leaders make their final pitches as voters head to the polls.
Doug Ford continues to deny allegations made against him in a lawsuit, while PC candidate Raymond Cho apologizes for his physical altercation with a Grade 7 student.
A multimillion-dollar lawsuit alleges that Doug Ford mismanaged his family business, while polls put the Progressive Conservatives in majority-government territory.
Polls continue to show a tight race between the Progressive Conservatives and the NDP, while the Green Party may be poised to win its first-ever Ontario seat.
The major party leaders respond to Donald Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs, while Doug Ford denies breaking his promise to release a costed PC platform.
The Progressive Conservatives break their promise to release a fully costed platform, while the Liberals lose union support after attacking the NDP.
Polls show the PCs and the NDP neck and neck, while two candidates face photo-related controversies.