two men and a woman stand on a beach from the article A year after Flight 752 was shot down, Canadian families are still seeking justice
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two newspaper front pages from the article ‘One fire away’: Why Ontario communities are digitizing their newspapers
As COVID-19 accelerates the closure of publications across the province, there’s a growing sense of urgency to make sure records of local history survive.
a wheelchair sits next to a yellow schoolbus from the article The government’s school-reopening plan ignores kids with disabilities, say critics
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A car turns at a road block from the article The SIU is investigating the death of an infant. Here’s what we know
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Published On: May 28, 2020
TVO.org speaks with City of Kawartha Lakes mayor Andy Letham about cottagers, public safety — and concerns about “plague-infested zombies” from the GTA.
Published On: May 14, 2020
Across the province, companies are transforming existing shows and creating new ones to bring onstage action to the internet.
Published On: May 07, 2020
Daily phone calls. Language classes on Zoom. With much of the province shut down, organizations are working to find new ways to keep seniors engaged.
Published On: April 29, 2020
Institutions have introduced new measures to guard against the coronavirus — but inmates and their loved ones are raising concerns about “inhumane” conditions.
Published On: April 21, 2020
The province classes community gardens as recreational outdoor spaces — but advocates say they play a vital role in local food-supply chains.
Published On: April 17, 2020
TVO.org speaks with Colonel Jason Adair about constant readiness, the Canadian Forces’ response to the pandemic — and the meaning of morale.
Published On: April 07, 2020
Drive-thru absolution. Online prayer. Across Ontario, faiths are adjusting to unprecedented times.
Published On: April 02, 2020
The pandemic has brought physical isolation and service disruptions — and a new set of challenges for those with substance-use disorders.
Published On: March 26, 2020
In the 1840s, thousands of Irish emigrants contracted typhus on their journey to Canada. When they got here, they were met with quarantine — and public fear.
Published On: March 25, 2020
The federal government has announced new supports for those who’ve lost work or income as a result of the pandemic — but critics say it’s not enough.
Published On: March 25, 2020
Many organizations are struggling with tight budgets and new restrictions — here’s how they’re finding new ways to feed their communities.
Published On: March 24, 2020
Non-essential businesses across the province have been told to shut down. So why not liquor stores?
Published On: March 19, 2020
As the coronavirus spreads, homeless shelters across the province are facing an unprecedented strain on resources.
Published On: March 18, 2020
In 2018, the Great Lakes saw nearly 100,000 port visits by passengers. Now industry experts are worried that the pandemic will have “a similar impact to 9/11”
Published On: March 13, 2020
TVO.org speaks with Kingston area medical officer of health Kieran Moore about contagion, preparedness, and how much toilet paper you really need.
Published On: March 10, 2020
An Ottawa branch is no longer opening its lobby early to provide additional shelter — and that’s raising bigger questions about how libraries serve and support vulnerable patrons.
Published On: February 20, 2020
Gordon Harrison has been photographing wolves for more than a quarter-century. TVO.org speaks with the retired teacher about what draws him to the animals — and why they need our help.
Published On: February 13, 2020
As the GTA continues to expand, Peterborough is falling into the orbit of Canada’s largest urban centre: How can it reap the benefits of growth while avoiding the pitfalls?