Sunday, November 29, 2020

Morning

6:00 AM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
The Bears learn that you can play together in different ways when Melody wants to be a sandcastle but her friends want to be dinosaurs. Melody has to use her creativity, flexibility and persistence to find a way to play together. BOOK: Bobby's Castle Salma's persistence, creativity & positive attitude encourages Bobby to venture out and helps him realize that having a friend to play with is actually lots of fun. --- Melody wants to pretend she's a mother cat and her friends are her little kittens, but the others each want to be their own different animals. Melody learns that parents can love all kinds of babies. BOOK: Which Egg? A stork, a parrot and a crocodile get their eggs mixed up but come together to care for their babies as a family.
6:21 AM
Splash and Bubbles - Kindergarten
Bubbles learns that every drop of ocean water is full of life, and decides to take in a nanoplankton friend who is invisible to everyone, including her.
6:34 AM
Numberblocks - K-2 Math
One of the bottles in Ten's collection accidentally falls off the wall, setting off a spectacular numbery hullabaloo. Learn to count down from ten by taking one away with the Numberblocks.
6:39 AM
Yeti Tales - Kindergarten
Yetili reads us the story of The Wolf, the Goat and the Kid.
6:42 AM
Tinpo - K-1 Science
Team Tinpo are tidying up their HQ and testing out a bouncy new invention when they repeatedly run into one another trying to pass through one door.
6:49 AM
Ping and Friends - K-2 Arts
Pong gets Mr. Prickles upset when he insists on playing the first violin even when it is not his part. They'll eventually have to play all together in harmony.
6:57 AM
Tee and Mo - Kindergarten
Tee wants to help Mo out with chores around the house. However, the more Tee tries to help, the more chores he creates...
7:05 AM
Let's Go Luna - K-2 Social Studies
Carmen forgets Honey's birthday and wants to make things right by bringing her the finest pasta in Rome, but finds that, when it comes to pasta, sometimes simpler is better. --- When the Circo mysteriously runs out of water in Rome, Andy vows to build an aqueduct to bring water from far away, just like the ancient Romans.
7:29 AM
Arthur - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
Muffy worries that her friends don't need her anymore when they plan a successful bake sale without her. --- Arthur thinks Mrs. MacGrady is being treated unfairly, so - with some guidance from special guest Congressman John Lewis - he decides the best way to take a stand is to take a seat. *Special credit music performed by Chance the Rapper
7:56 AM
Bamboo Love - Kindergarten
Hearing musical notes, both high and low, Bamboo Love sets out to find the source of the sound. She finds herself dancing through a musical journey that teaches her all about the fun of making music.
8:00 AM
Paw Patrol - Kindergarten
Big Hairy's little brother falls into a hole and Tracker gets carried away by Big Hairy. It's time for a Jungle Rescue! --- Daring Danny tries extreme rock climbing with Ace Sorenson. It's up to the Paw Patrol to the extreme duo.
8:23 AM
The Ollie & Moon Show - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
When Ollie goes a little overboard and makes a meatball as big as a house, Moon wants to have a big Italian feast to celebrate his creation.
8:35 AM
Abby Hatcher - Kindergarten
While morphed into a toy, Grumbles is accidentally taken away, and Abby has to get him back.
8:47 AM
16 Hudson - K-2 Social Studies
Eddie discovers what's more important: being a cool friend by keeping the kids' fort a secret or telling the adults about it after learning how dangerous it is.
8:54 AM
Blynk and Aazoo - Gr 1-3 Science
Our young inquirer, Tema, asks Blynk and Aasoo: Could I ever glow in the dark? With the enthusiastic help of our intergalactic scientist, Aaron, we dive into the magical world of glowing animals and plants, and learn how bioluminescence could be the power of the future! Blynks tasty invention lights up Aazoo!
9:02 AM
Create - Gr 1-3 Arts
Not only do herbs smell great but they are perfect for cooking as well! This will show you how to plant your herbs and also tell them apart!
9:05 AM
Odd Squad - Gr 1-3 Math
Debbie from Debbie's Pizzeria has doubled... not once, but twice... creating four Debbies! When one of the Debbies go missing, Olive and Otto need to find her.
9:18 AM
Hero Elementary
When the bell on top of the school's Leaping Tower keeps ringing, Sparks' Crew plans and conducts an investigation. They discover that vibrations make sound, but what's causing the bell to vibrate and ring?
9:31 AM
Wild Kratts - Gr 1-4 Science
Aviva challenges Martin and Chris to a fencing duel and tells them to choose their swords. The Bros can't decide, so she tells them if they pick their favorite billfish - swordfish, marlin or sailfish - she'll make them a Creature Power Suit. So they head out on a mission to explore the mysterious world of billfish.
10:00 AM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
The Bears demonstrate an understanding of the natural world and the need to care for and respect the environment. Boomer discovers that the best way to befriend a little toad is to make sure he doesn't startle it by disturbing its habitat. BOOK: "A Perfect Day" A bear is having a perfect day as he ambles about the yard. But it is not a perfect day for all the animals whose habitat the bear is disturbing.
10:11 AM
Tik Tak
Explore dancing astronauts, a balloon painting and watch as Book Boy makes a bicycle.
10:16 AM
Bing Season 2 - Kindergarten
Coco's teaching Bing and Sula how to skip but Bing hits his leg and can't understand why Sula is better. Coco shows him that with the help of his friends, he can skip too!
10:23 AM
Bamboo Loves Sports - Kindergarten
After finding Baby Elephant's tiny white golf ball, Bamboo Love learns about the game of golf and wants to play along. After missing a swing, Bamboo Love learns to stay calm, quiet and focused while hitting the ball.
10:26 AM
Cutie Pugs - Kindergarten
It's Game day, and the pugs race throughout the house, narrowly missing Mom who's bringing snacks from the kitchen. The pugs race under Mom's legs to the finish line in the kitchen. Poppy is disappointed because she never seems to win. Meanwhile in the dining room, Dad beats Dee Dee in a game of ping pong and does a victory dance. While Mom plays the victor, Dee Dee sets up a pug-sized obstacle course with pool noodles, books and a doggy tunnel in the living room. Each pug takes a turn going over and under the obstacles. Who will win the race?
10:33 AM
Yeti Tales - Kindergarten
Nina and Leon swap their button collections. This reminds Yetili of a story, about Ferdinand, who collects stones.
10:41 AM
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small - Kindergarten
There's a new pool opened up by the beach, and Miffy and her friends are all enjoying a splash-about. All apart from Dan, that is - but why not?
10:48 AM
The Day Henry Met... - Kindergarten
Today Henry meets an Ice cream Van at the seaside on the hottest day of the year! Everything at the seaside needs some ice cream to cool them down but the ice cream man has gone on his lunch break. Henry becomes an ice cream man and serves ice cream to some very happy bucket and spade, deck chair and lilo!
10:53 AM
Yakka Dee!
Dee encourages a friend to say 'boots' and we go on a whirlwind word adventure. We see lots of different boots explore how they look and feel. We see blue boots, new boots, welly boots and even smelly boots! There's boots to wear in a puddle and boots to wear when you cuddle! The journey is repeated with some special surprises along the way and everyone has a boogie when Dee's friend finally succeeds in saying today's word!
11:00 AM
Opie's Home - Kindergarten
When Mommy gets sick, Opie will do whatever he can to make his mother feel better, but realizes later on that the best cure for sickness is love.
11:07 AM
That TVOkids Show
Greg explains the dos and don'ts of wearing a mask and washing your hands at school.
11:10 AM
Big Top Academy: School's Out Edition, Pt1
This top secret edition of the Bulletin is in code.
11:21 AM
Big Top Academy: School's Out Edition, Pt1
With the very future of BTA in question, the Bulletin plunges into dark mode.
11:32 AM
Create - Gr 1-3 Arts
Sometimes a plant will grow out of its pot and if you want it to grow even bigger you have to plant it in a new home and provide it with the right environment to be a happy and healthy plant.
11:35 AM
The Wacky Word Show - Gr 1-4 Language
Zoey and Lukas think it would be fun to be twins, so in this episode they're seeing double! They explore ,twin, words - homonyms and homophones - and have some punny fun. Two sets of twins compete in the game show where teammates have to describe and guess some sound-alike words shown in pictures. Twin stand-up comedians Peter and Tom Hartman stop in and play a game of irreversible word pairs. Just like fish and chips and soap and water, these twins' names are also irreversible. It's always Peter and Tom, never Tom and Peter! The challenge has two sets of twins run a three-legged race to find objects that are always referred to as pairs, like scissors and pants. Lukas programs Booboo Bot to finish some puns, but when Booboo Bot confuses a sound-alike word, he becomes an overheated mess.
11:57 AM
Leo's Fishheads - Gr 1-4 Science
Leo puts the FishHeads on the case of the Alewife, an invasive species that has become a staple in the diets of larger fish like Rainbow Trout. They begin their investigation in awe of the giant Alewife tornados at Ripley's Aquarium, before venturing to the middle of Lake Ontario with Fishing 4 Tales to learn about fishing and the Rainbow Trout. Christian & Sayat then meet the FishHeads scuba team, who dive deep into the lake to crack the Alewife case!

Afternoon

12:08 PM
Backyard Beats - Gr 1-3 Arts
Kousha visits the backyard with his Persian instruments and Monica gets inspired to create a DIY daf craft-strument. Junior Jammer Nika shares her daf skills before they all come together for a creative backyard performance.
12:19 PM
How Do You Feel?
Akin has a friend who is being bullied because of her body, and it's making her feel upset and insecure. Akin meets up with Duane and some pals to talk through these difficult emotions, and he explains how we can focus on the positive by avoiding comparisons.
12:26 PM
That TVOkids Show
Laura lists her tips on how to best learn from home.
12:30 PM
Paw Patrol - Kindergarten
It's Adventure Bay Talent Show Day! Mayor Goodway is excited but afraid there won't be enough acts! Ryder's super talented Pups can definitely help out. The Pups create ,The Paw Patrol Band, lead by their fabulous singers, Rubble and Marshall! Before the show, Farmer Al runs into trouble at the farm and Ryder needs Rubble to help. Will he save the farm and get to the talent show in time? --- Ryder and the Pups help Farmer Al prepare his annual Corn Roast, complete with a Corn Field Maze! Bettina accidentally tips over some hot BBQ coals onto the piles of corn that begin to pop, pop, POP into piles of POPCORN! The maze fills with popcorn and Chickaletta is inside! It's up to SPY CHASE to find her with his SPY DRONE, while Marshall hoses down those hot coals. Time to POP to it!
12:53 PM
Dino Dana - K-2 Science
When Dana, Saara and Uncle Ravi go go-karting together, Dana observes a Stygimoloch use speed, maneuverability and force to escape a pack of deadly Albertosaurus and uses the Stygimoloch's techniques to find ways to win on the track.
1:04 PM
It's My Party - Gr 1-4 Social Studies
Emily pairs up Party Host Noorah with her Party Guest Soreya. Together they prepare to attend an Eid Al-Fitr event. Before the big celebration they practice their rapping skills, cook up a delicious treat and give back to the community.
1:27 PM
16 Hudson - K-2 Social Studies
Sneezing and coughing correctly.
1:30 PM
Bing Season 2 - Kindergarten
Bing and Coco are reading Charlie 'Biteysaurus' Big Book Of Dinosaurs but Coco brings the Rainbow Fairy Mice into it. Bing is frustrated! Flop shows Bing how to mix them together to make a new story.
1:37 PM
Mr. Moon - Kindergarten
Mr Moon and Silva want to do something special to show Sunny how much they appreciate her, so with the help of Gold Star, they make a Quark Show.
1:49 PM
Miffy's Adventures: Big and Small - Kindergarten
Miffy finds it's harder than you think to find the perfect spot for a picnic - particularly when everyone has different ideas about what that means.
1:56 PM
Yakka Dee!
Dee encourages a friend to say 'bike' and we go on a whirlwind word adventure. We see lots of different bikes doing lots of different things! There's a hopping bike, a shopping bike and even a dinosaur riding a bike! Dee has a new green and shiny bike and we see her going for a bike ride with loads of friends! The journey is repeated with some special surprises along the way and everyone has a boogie when Dee's friend finally succeeds in saying today's word!
2:01 PM
The Day Henry Met... - Kindergarten
Today Henry meets a Dinosaur bone in the Natural History Museum. Dinosaur bone tells all about the museums most prized exhibit a perfectly fossilized T Rex egg but in his excitement he knocks it over and smashes it. It's up to Henry to become a Paleontologist, go back in time and find a replacement egg.
2:07 PM
Lily's Driftwood Bay - Kindergarten
Nonna is attempting to cook a very special recipe. Her memory, however, is failing and, though she won't admit it, Nonna struggles to remember the ingrediants. Lily steps in to help jog Nonna's memory in a very unusual way!
2:14 PM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
Scout and his friends help a baby duckling settle down for a nap by figuring out calm activities to help him and a routine. BOOK: "Sweet Dreams, Pout-Pout Fish" Pout-Pout Fish follows his bedtime routine to help him go to sleep for the night.
2:27 PM
That TVOkids Show
Dr. Cheddar talks about teeth, and how to care for them.
2:30 PM
Splash and Bubbles - Kindergarten
Tidy meticulously cleans up the kelp forest in anticipation of the arrival of his new partner, a female garibaldi fish named Neat. Splash and his friends, however, get Mrs. Tidy mixed up with another fish, who's not an easy fit in the kelp forest. When the real Mrs. Tidy (Neat) arrives, she is very impressed with Tidy's clean algae bed, and appreciates the kelp forest.
2:42 PM
The Ollie & Moon Show - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
Moon wants to find the perfect present for Ollie, but in the process, she forgets what friendship is really about.
2:54 PM
Create - Gr 1-3 Arts
Create an interesting piece of art using materials from all over your garden! 
2:58 PM
Cutie Pugs - Kindergarten
Dee Dee is playing in the basement rec room stacking a pile of wooden blocks of different shapes. Petey really wants to topple the stack, but Pablo defends it valiantly... only to accidentally topple it when he back into it. Dee Dee moves on to another activity: dragging a small red plastic slide into the middles of the room. She climbs the three steps to the top and... Wheeee! Down to the bottom! Now it's the pugs' turn. Penny bravely goes, as do Poppy and Pablo. Only Petey declines. Dee Dee picks him up and before he knows it, he's on the top of the slide, and Wheee... down he goes!
3:05 PM
Opie's Home - Kindergarten
Opie doesn't understand why Mommy and Daddy need to go on a "date night" without him. Until he learns the value of one-on-one time on a special night at home with Gram.
3:11 PM
Yeti Tales - Kindergarten
Nina and Leon come into the bookstore when Yetili is napping. They decide to pick a book all by themselves, but its the one at the very top of a shelf.
3:20 PM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
Scout wants to play on his own, but his friends ask to play with him. The Bears learn that playing can be just as much fun on your own as with someone else. BOOK: Play Ball A baby penguin loves playing with its ball - alone and with friends!
3:31 PM
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave - Kindergarten
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave put on a show for Hilda the Cow, to thank her for all her hard work down on the farm. They make up a play about Hilda planning a dance party for all her friends and choose costumes, props and sound effects to help tell their story. Tweet directs the action, Ruff-Ruff plays Farmer Fred and Dave stars as Hilda the Cow. Despite some mishaps the show is a triumph and Hilda is inspired to throw a real party!
3:42 PM
Little Malabar
While looking for the egg that his friend the Goose misplaced, Little Malabar discovers an enormous cloud of gas and dust in outer space. Perhaps the egg took shelter in this big colorful nest where baby stars pop out? Stars are born in gigantic clouds of gas and dust. Sometimes they group together and then are scattered throughout the galaxy.
3:46 PM
Floogals - Gr 1-3 Science
When the Hoomans' house goes suddenly dark due to a power outage, the Floogals begin to investigate exactly why everything in the house has stopped working.
3:57 PM
Top of the Tops - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
Top 5 Sports History Facts 5- Badminton 4- Basketball 3- golf 2- Ice Hockey 1- Soccer / Football
4:00 PM
Arthur - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
When Rattles's mom starts dating Archie Vanderloo, Rattles finds himself spending lots of time with Archie's kids. The problem is, Rattles doesn't have anything in common with these twins! Can this blended family learn to get along? --- Arthur offers to babysit so that his parents can enjoy some peace and quiet in the backyard. What could go wrong? With D.W. on the loose...just about everything!
4:26 PM
That TVOkids Show
Laura lists her tips on how to best learn from home.
4:30 PM
That TVOkids Show
Join TVOkids hosts Lucas and Laura every weekday as they talk to Ontario kids and have fun in their special tree fort hangout! Today, Lucas meets a fortune teller.
4:45 PM
Paw Patrol - Kindergarten
Alex and Mr. Porter are delivering their super special pizza dough for the big pizza party on Jake's Mountain when the van spins out of control, breaks through the guard rail and hangs precariously on the end of the cliff! Ryder sends Skye in to harness Alex and Mr. Porter and lift them to safety. EMT Marshall makes sure everyone is ok while Chase's winch pulls the van back on the road. And once Everest clears the way the pups get together to create the best pizza ever!
4:57 PM
Super Mighty Makers - Gr 1-3 Arts
Craft Kid Fabricio's dog, Buddy, has to be walked a few times every day. Since Fabricio is mostly at school, his dad often ends up walking Buddy. Fabricio wants to make his dad something that will help with walking the dog. With Bondini and Super Mighty Maker Holly, Fabricio makes the "Bow Wowie Pooch Peg".
5:10 PM
Odd Squad - Gr 1-3 Math
Olive and Otto are sent to Shapely Manor to investigate an odd crime with even odder people.
5:23 PM
Waffle the Wonder Dog - Gr 1-3 Health
Waffle is staying at Angela's kennels while the Brooklyn-Bells are away. He makes a new friend called Pepper but misses his family and barks non-stop. Angela telephones the Brooklyn-Bells for help and Jess has an idea -Mrs Hobbs will collect Waffle!
5:35 PM
Wild Kratts - Gr 1-4 Science
While Koki is monitoring her daily "villain watch", she discovers that Gourmand is heading to the island of Komodo. The name sounds familiar, but she can't recall why, so she goes and asks the Kratt Brothers who do a double take. The island only has the world's largest lizard - the Komodo dragon! They decide they better go and see what Gourmand is up to on the island of these amazing creatures.
6:03 PM
All-Round Champion - Gr 1-5 Health
It's the second week for the elite athletes competing in the ultimate sports competition. Gymnastics is revealed as the featured sport and Sydney must train her fellow athletes for the Vault competition in only three days. The training is intense and grueling and visits to the medic are piling up. For Marshall, being away from home and his parents is proving to be particularly tough.
6:30 PM
All-Round Champion - Gr 1-5 Health
Gymnastics was revealed as the featured sport and Sydney is training her fellow athletes for the Vault competition. Gymnastics is proving to be intense and grueling and two athletes have to sit on the sidelines due to injury. Marshall continues to miss home; Fenella gets some shocking news from her doctor.

Evening

7:00 PM
Where Montana kisses Alberta lies a jewel of the U.S. national park system. Glacier's million-acre wilderness is arguably America's most stunning natural environment, with 700 or so wetland areas and lakes, towering peaks, hundreds of waterfalls, and two dozen glaciers. This World Heritage Site has more than 1,000 kilometres of hiking trails that venture into the backcountry - an extreme playground for outdoor enthusiasts, and a living laboratory for scientists.
7:53 PM
When The Bookshelf first opened in 1973, downtown Guelph was vibrant and full of well-established shops. Businesses came and went, but The Bookshelf grew to include a café, followed by a cinema and event space. Four decades later, it continues to be a vital community hub and an inspiration for local artists and authors.
8:00 PM
Under siege from invasive species, the people of the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve innovate new ways to hold back, eradicate, and even eat the invaders.
8:52 PM
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
Imagine if fruit had a longer shelf life. Rotting and spoiled fruit is a problem consumers, retailers, and farmers have to deal with regularly. As Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explains, a team of scientists at the University of Guelph are hoping to fix that with a naturally occurring chemical commonly used in the flavour industry.
9:00 PM
When wealthy landowner Gregory Lancaster's body goes missing on the night of his death, a sinister web of secrets and lies is exposed in the village of Little Malton. DCI Barnaby, DS Nelson and new Forensic Pathologist Kam Karimore are drawn into a macabre world of body-snatching as they seek to identify the villain.
10:30 PM
Cats might be cute but they are decimating the environment just like other invasive species. As ecologists and activists try to control outdoor cat populations, not everyone is on board. Enter Cornwall, Ontario - a small town with a huge cat problem where advocates are fighting for humane solutions. Finding a fix won't be easy in this small city with a big cat problem.
11:41 PM
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
As Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan discovers, Ontario teachers are creating relaxing learning environments to keep students focused. Two passionate teachers in Atikokan use scented diffusers, fidget toys, and dim lighting to create a "soothing" classroom to accommodate pupils with diverse needs.
11:47 PM
Downtown Windsor was once packed with shops and tourists, but what made it special was the famed Norwich Block on Ouellette Avenue. It was home to South Shore Books, Louie Linguine's, and the legendary Fast Eddy's Arcade before it was demolished in 1999. While Norwich Block is missed, Windsor continues to embrace its history, businesses, and thriving arts and culture scene.
11:54 PM
Dense metropolitan areas can be as much as 3C hotter than rural areas because of the amount of buildings, blacktop, people and cars. The City of Toronto instituted a bylaw in 2009 requiring every new building to have a green roof - a roof composed of plants that helps dissipate the accumulated heat. By 2100, Toronto will experience 65 days in a year where the temperature exceeds 30C.

Late Night

12:00 AM
Where Montana kisses Alberta lies a jewel of the U.S. national park system. Glacier's million-acre wilderness is arguably America's most stunning natural environment, with 700 or so wetland areas and lakes, towering peaks, hundreds of waterfalls, and two dozen glaciers. This World Heritage Site has more than 1,000 kilometres of hiking trails that venture into the backcountry - an extreme playground for outdoor enthusiasts, and a living laboratory for scientists.
12:51 AM
The Agenda heads to Niagara College to see its beekeeping program, which will graduate its first students this year. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan looks at how the industry is evolving and, more importantly, growing in Ontario.
1:00 AM
Under siege from invasive species, the people of the Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve innovate new ways to hold back, eradicate, and even eat the invaders.
1:52 AM
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
Imagine if fruit had a longer shelf life. Rotting and spoiled fruit is a problem consumers, retailers, and farmers have to deal with regularly. As Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explains, a team of scientists at the University of Guelph are hoping to fix that with a naturally occurring chemical commonly used in the flavour industry.
2:00 AM
When wealthy landowner Gregory Lancaster's body goes missing on the night of his death, a sinister web of secrets and lies is exposed in the village of Little Malton. DCI Barnaby, DS Nelson and new Forensic Pathologist Kam Karimore are drawn into a macabre world of body-snatching as they seek to identify the villain.
3:30 AM
Cats might be cute but they are decimating the environment just like other invasive species. As ecologists and activists try to control outdoor cat populations, not everyone is on board. Enter Cornwall, Ontario - a small town with a huge cat problem where advocates are fighting for humane solutions. Finding a fix won't be easy in this small city with a big cat problem.
4:41 AM
Ontario Hubs - Interstitials
In 1918, Toronto experienced one its largest-ever riots - one that many residents have never heard of. As Ontario Hub field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explains, wartime resentment toward Greek immigrants caused a minor altercation at a Greek-owned restaurant in the Yonge and College area, which sparked off a three-day melee that involved thousands of people and destroyed more than a dozen Greek-owned businesses.
4:45 AM
Dense metropolitan areas can be as much as 3C hotter than rural areas because of the amount of buildings, blacktop, people and cars. The City of Toronto instituted a bylaw in 2009 requiring every new building to have a green roof - a roof composed of plants that helps dissipate the accumulated heat. By 2100, Toronto will experience 65 days in a year where the temperature exceeds 30C.
4:49 AM
Downtown Windsor was once packed with shops and tourists, but what made it special was the famed Norwich Block on Ouellette Avenue. It was home to South Shore Books, Louie Linguine's, and the legendary Fast Eddy's Arcade before it was demolished in 1999. While Norwich Block is missed, Windsor continues to embrace its history, businesses, and thriving arts and culture scene.
4:54 AM
Brit Ellis of Toronto's Blu Hummingbird Beadwork shares her contemporary take on the traditional art form of beading and how it has provided her with a cultural connection that has changed her life for the better.
5:00 AM
The most populous parts of Ontario are now in lockdown. And signs of COVID fatigue are beginning to show. We'll check in on that tonight.