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TVO Current Affairs

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Published On: Apr 18,2019
More funds for housing, a show of support on the Bruce Trail, and the other Apple founder named Steve.
Published On: Apr 17,2019
Spring flooding, a torrent of Tory funds, and what makes Vic Fedeli tick.
Published On: Apr 16,2019

Oh, the humanities, how wearable tech can help ease anxiety, and an interview with Education Minister Lisa Thompson

Published On: Apr 15,2019

Another Ontario commissioner bids adieu, more budget fallout, and memories of Ralph Klein

Published On: Apr 13,2019

Millennials and the middle class, a look in the rear-view mirror at licence plates, and the ABCs of exercise

Published On: Apr 12,2019

Autism funding limbo, an Ontario Hubs reunion, and what you need to know about Ontario’s 2019 budget

Published On: Apr 12,2019
Transit planning, teacher poaching, and plenty of budget coverage
Published On: Apr 10,2019
The PC government unveils its first budget. We break down what's inside — and what it means for Ontario.
Published On: Apr 10,2019
Why the autism debate in Ontario is so complicated, budget countdown, and a polarized America.
Published On: Apr 09,2019
Child-care rebate rumours, Idi Amin’s playbook, and using Indigenous knowledge to teach math
Published On: Apr 08,2019
Budget countdown, breaking news from Paikin, and is a smaller city council better?
Published On: Apr 08,2019
Yours to uncover: A shot in the arm for the Liberal leadership, but not enough vaccinations for Toronto’s schoolchildren
Published On: Apr 05,2019
More room for canoes, a plague of cats, and learning about reconciliation
Published On: Apr 04,2019
Student protests, cannabis curation, and what non-Indigenous Canadians need to know
Published On: Apr 03,2019
Double the warming, double the Atwood, and the good and evil of social media
Published On: Apr 02,2019
Rewriting a border treaty, Ontario’s licence plate, and the way we live together.
Published On: Apr 01,2019
Carbon tax begins, cannabis shops open, and hockey night in Mississauga
Published On: Feb 15,2019

For years, cross-country rail travel was an integral part of Canadian identity, and Black train porters played a central role. But despite their contributions, they were treated like second-class citizens.