Published On: Sep 30,2019
Exploring how to channel voter rage.
Published On: Jun 12,2019
ANALYSIS: The Tories often point out how well Ontario stacks up against other provinces when it comes to reducing emissions — but look beyond the national average, and the comparisons are less flattering.
Published On: Apr 30,2019
Meet a neuroscientist and a nanoscientist who argue that working together across disciplines could be the best way to solve medical mysteries.
Published On: Apr 22,2019
Misunderstood, under-diagnosed, and under-treated pain in children is a serious problem in pediatrics. Donna Cappelli and her son, Julian, who has cerebral palsy, talk to TVO.org about how it's affected their lives.
Published On: Apr 17,2019
Physicist Lee Smolin explains why so many people find quantum physics confusing — even physicists.
Published On: Dec 12,2018
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.
Published On: Oct 24,2018
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.
Published On: Jul 30,2018
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.
Published On: Jul 23,2018
Pierre Blier discusses his research into using a well-known anaesthetic to help people with severe depression.
Published On: Jul 13,2018
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.
Published On: Jun 19,2018
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.
Published On: Jun 08,2018
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.
Published On: Jun 07,2018
Doug Ford becomes Ontario's 26th premier as Progressive Conservatives win majority.
Published On: Jun 07,2018
The party leaders make their final pitches as voters head to the polls.
Published On: Jun 06,2018
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.
Published On: Jun 05,2018
A multimillion-dollar lawsuit alleges that Doug Ford mismanaged his family business, while polls put the Progressive Conservatives in majority-government territory.
Published On: Jun 04,2018
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.
Published On: Jun 01,2018
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.