Daniel Kitts

Daniel Kitts is a digital media producer at TVO.org.

Daniel Kitts' articles

Published On: November 29, 2021
The new variant, key legislation, and the craziest leadership convention Steve Paikin ever saw.
Published On: November 26, 2021
A new variant panic, a business registry debacle, and an eye exam truce.
Published On: November 25, 2021
TVO.org speaks to physicist Sajeev John, recent winner of the Gerhard Herzberg Medal, about his research on trapping light — and what it could lead to.
Published On: November 22, 2021
Tories break an election promise, problems renewing health cards, and the government courts the labour vote.
Published On: November 19, 2021
A new COVID-19 testing strategy, vaccinations for kids, and (more) fighting over child-care dollars.
Published On: November 15, 2021
MPPs return, highway politics, and debating the fall economic statement.
Published On: November 12, 2021
Highway hype, a major treaty violation, and impatience over child-care money.
Published On: November 08, 2021
A housing task force, criticism of funding for unmarked graves, and a Hillier apology.
Published On: November 05, 2021
A notable mini-budget, minimum wage politics, and ‘toothless’ new LTC rules.
Published On: November 03, 2021
TVO.org speaks with Rohinton Medhora, the chair of Ontario’s Workforce Recovery Advisory Committee, about the pandemic, changing technologies, and working from home.
Published On: November 01, 2021
The fall economic statement, highway expansion plans, and a booster-shot strategy.
Published On: October 29, 2021
Fixing long-term-care, vaccinating kids, and the Green party’s big gamble.
Published On: October 25, 2021
Busier restaurants, climate change, and Bill 13.
Published On: October 22, 2021
Reopening plans, ‘Modern-day slavery,’ and bathroom breaks.
Published On: October 18, 2021
Going after grassroots groups, a four-day work week, and big spenders at OLG.
Published On: October 15, 2021
Reopening plans, QR codes, and child-care conflict.
Published On: October 12, 2021
Another break, health-care-worker shortages, and an auto-manufacturing slump.
Published On: October 08, 2021
Safe zones, a multi-billion-dollar surplus, and troubling tweets.