Josh Sherman

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Published On: January 18, 2022
Staff shortages. Service cuts. The province’s already-overloaded transit systems are dealing with a new wave of the pandemic — and new challenges.
Published On: December 22, 2021 speaks with Kevin Saunders about his time on the Great Lakes, memorable experiences, and how the pandemic has changed ‘the best job a guy could ask for.' 
Published On: December 09, 2021
Here’s how a non-profit partnership and a robot that squirts grey goo are turning southwestern Ontario into a testing ground for new housing tech.
Published On: December 03, 2021
As temperatures plummet, the Care Bus is gearing up to provide the city’s homeless population with warmth and support.
Published On: November 04, 2021 speaks with researcher Ruth Lanius about the psychological toll of the pandemic and why she’s investigating treatments for moral injuries in health-care workers.
Published On: November 02, 2021
Proponents say the business model is better for workers and clients. Critics worry it could take Ontario farther down the path to two-tiered health care.
Published On: October 04, 2021
Experts say autonomous vehicles could solve some tricky commuting problems — but there’s still a long road ahead for the technology.
Published On: September 14, 2021
The Liberal platform promises $1 billion for rent-to-own initiatives. Here’s how these programs usually work — and what they mean for investors and would-be homebuyers.
Published On: August 04, 2021
It’s nearly 10 feet tall, weighs five tonnes — and now stands as a monument to a once-thriving local industry.
Published On: July 06, 2021
They’re small. They’re slow. And they’re electric. Proponents say low-speed vehicles can help the province go green — but will Ontarians get behind the wheel?
Published On: May 11, 2021
Fewer Ontarians can access and afford dental care because of the pandemic — and that’s renewing calls for universal public funding.
Published On: April 07, 2021
COVID-19 is driving interest in new modes of transportation, e-scooters among them. But some argue they can be a nuisance — and even a hazard.
Published On: March 16, 2021
High electricity costs have led Latchford’s leadership to lobby for natural-gas infrastructure for years. But is it the right choice?
Published On: January 20, 2021
In December, North Kawartha Township's only grocery store burned down — so locals stepped up.
Published On: December 23, 2020
With another provincewide lockdown on the horizon, trouble is brewing for Ontario’s craft-beer producers — but, so far, they’ve tapped creativity to get through the pandemic.
Published On: December 02, 2020
The Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust aims to buy old buildings and keep rents affordable — with the help of a new bank program.
Published On: November 09, 2020
Hospices have had to find ways to deliver crucial services for patients and their loved ones. Experts say the changes will endure post-pandemic.
Published On: October 28, 2020
By the end of September, shipments on the St. Lawrence Seaway were down 8 per cent from last year — but Thunder Bay is one of the ports that’s been buoyed by a specific kind of cargo.