TVO Current Affairs
TVO Current Affairs
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.
NHL star Wayne Simmonds writes about breaking into the league — and supporting young hockey players from the Scarborough community that gave him his start.
Based on her 2018 CBC Massey Lectures, the Anishinaabe Canadian author's new book explores the youth suicide crisis in Indigenous communities — and issues a call for change.
Stressed out. Invisible. Exhausted. Women are tired of emotional labour. In her new book, the American journalist explores the toll it takes — at work and at home.
In 1916, army recruiters scoured communities across Ontario looking to enlist volunteers for the Great War. Here's why dozens of teamsters, farmers, and blacksmiths in the tiny township of East Flamborough signed up to fight.
In 2015, a Toronto doctor donated his collection of prints, paintings, and sculptures by the German artist to the Art Gallery of Ontario. Now, thanks to a new exhibit, you can see one of the largest catalogues of her work outside Germany.
How a game of Go between a teenager and a Western computer ignited China's artificial-intelligence startup industry.
In his essay for the new educational resource, storyteller Michael Kusugak reflects on what place names can tell us about language and culture.
China: Here and Now is a major, multi-part documentary series that examines the cultural, economic, and political implications of China's growing global influence.
In her memoir, 'Apron Strings,' Jan Wong reflects on time spent travelling and cooking with her youngest son.
In her first book, the Vancouver bakery owner describes how exploring food — and the world — helped her cope with depression.
In this dystopian novel, Indigenous survivors of a global disaster try to reclaim their culture.
In her latest novel, the American author explores the rewards and hardships of young friendship.
In his memoir, the former leader of Toronto's Dirty Tricks Gang recalls his first day at Kingston Penitentiary.
The 18-year-old photographer hopes her portraits — and the stories behind them — will help change the public's perception of homelessness.
The Toronto-based science journalist explores the importance of the Earth's magnetic field — and how a pole reversal could endanger us all
The travel writer describes her bicycle journey along the famed trade route — and what it was like to pedal into forbidden territory.
In her latest book, the journalism professor describes the culinary journey that took her and her son to her three favourite foodie countries.