Justin Chandler

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Justin Chandler is TVO.org's Hamilton-Niagara reporter.

Justin Chandler's articles

Published On: Jul 30,2020
Conventions are a key source of sales for writers and artists. They’re also notorious for spreading sickness. So how is Ontario’s con community adapting to COVID-19?
Published On: Jul 22,2020
Gypsy-moth caterpillars are killing trees throughout the province. This research team thinks understanding how they pee could help defeat them.
Published On: Jul 14,2020
TVO.org speaks with recent grad Michael Jobity about engineering, entrepreneurship — and what robotics and artificial intelligence can bring to music.
Published On: Jul 09,2020
With the border still closed and people sticking closer to home, one of the province’s major tourist hubs is looking to sell itself as an appealing domestic destination.
Published On: Jul 02,2020
Research shows that masks help reduce the spread of COVID-19. So should we be required to wear them? And if so, who would give the order?
Published On: Jun 23,2020
Scientists at McMaster University are looking to devise and implement a provincewide way to detect the novel coronavirus — and it involves wastewater.
Published On: Jun 22,2020
The pandemic has interrupted training for dogs for people who have visual or hearing impairments, disabilities, epilepsy, autism, or diabetes. Here’s what that means for the dogs — and for the people who rely on them.
Published On: Jun 15,2020
Brock University plans to go mostly online in September — and experts say that will have a major economic impact.
Published On: Jun 10,2020
TVO.org is speaking to activists across Ontario to find out what's happening in their communities — and how they're fighting injustice. Today, we interview Gachi Issa and Koubra Haggar of De Caire Off Campus and HWDSB Kids Need Help.
Published On: Jun 01,2020
The global pandemic has been cooling down Toronto’s red-hot market. But not all cities are seeing the same effects.
Published On: May 21,2020
Restaurants are closed. Tourists are staying home. In the face of the pandemic, winemakers in the Niagara Region must adapt to survive.