Sunday, July 12, 2020

Morning

6:00 AM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
Scout persists, trying to get an apple from a tree with the help of his friends, so he can give it to a pig on the farm. The Bears learn not to give up! If at first you don't succeed, try, and try again. BOOK: Where's My Stick? A dog buries stick after stick but each time she goes to look for them, they're gone. In the end, she persists and finds her last sticks, but not where she left them. --- Boomer tries to keep a special snowball he has made but it keeps getting smaller as it melts in the Bears' paws. His friends each pitch in with a creative suggestion as to how to keep it from melting and end up with the best solution- they make a snow bear and place the snowball in its cold paw. BOOK: Up! About the various ways different families carry a baby: In arms, Shawl, Parka, Sling or even a Baby-pack
6:21 AM
Splash and Bubbles - Kindergarten
Bubbles and Ripple meet a jellyfish. However, when they bring Splash and Dunk to meet her, they discover she doesn't remember them at all. The kids learn that what they thought was one jellyfish were actually two identical clones of each other.
6:34 AM
Numberblocks - K-2 Math
Things get totally out of hand at a Square Club meeting - until a certain someone arrives to save the day.
6:39 AM
Frankie and Frank
Frankie and Frank show the viewers some of their favourite shapes.
6:42 AM
Tinpo - K-1 Science
The folk at Egg Hill Farm are overrun... how can they house the chickens without leaving their home?
6:49 AM
Ping and Friends - K-2 Arts
Ping and Pong go on a hunt for a didgeridoo
6:57 AM
Tee and Mo - Kindergarten
Tee trips and hurts his leg - oh no! Mo makes it better with a special bandage and some special mum fussing. Tee realizes that he quite enjoys the special treatment and begins to milk it. Will Mo catch on?
7:05 AM
Let's Go Luna - K-2 Social Studies
Luna, sad that her friend Bessie, a 150-year-old alligator, has passed away, learns to honor her life the New Orleans way...by dancing. --- Andy gets caught in the middle when Fabuloso and the Circo Clowns argue to extremes about whether New Orleans is more Spanish or French. .
7:30 AM
Arthur Season 23 - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
Pack your bags, buckle your seatbelts, and get ready for an ARTHUR road trip to the family farm! Arthur's Great-Grand Uncle Theo is celebrating his 85th birthday, so the Reads (and Buster) are off to Ohio to join in the festivities. While D.W. and Arthur learn that farm life is a little different than life in Elwood City, Buster worries he may be getting in the way at this family reunion. With the help of Cousin Miles, some llamas, and a little bit of music, they all discover what it truly means to be family.
8:00 AM
Paw Patrol - Kindergarten
The Mighty Pups have to save the day when Harold makes a cloning machine! --- Harold uses his super powers to turn Cap'n Turbot's lighthouse into a rocket! The Mighty Pups need to Charge Up and stop him!
8:23 AM
The Ollie & Moon Show - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
When Moon wants to meet a real, live mermaid, Ollie will do anything to help his friend find one (even though he doesn't believe they exist).
8:35 AM
Abby Hatcher - Kindergarten
Teeny Terry wants to surprise Lex by finishing everything on his to do list.
8:47 AM
16 Hudson - K-2 Social Studies
When Lili discovers that Ms. Emily is leaving her class to have a baby, she leads her friends in a campaign to keep her as their teacher.
8:54 AM
Blynk and Aazoo - Gr 1-3 Science
Our young inquirer, Harshal, asks Blynk and Aazoo: Could I ever fly like a bird? With the help of our intergalactic scientist, Aaron, we discover the ups and downs of flight, animals who can fly without wings, and how the future might get us into the sky without airplanes! Blynk's invention has them jetting all over the place in rather unexpected ways!
9:02 AM
Yeti Tales - Kindergarten
Yetili reads us a story about the Parrot.
9:05 AM
Odd Squad - Gr 1-3 Math
Ms. O gets kicked out of her office due to odd infestations. --- Ms. O needs the agents' help to track down her old partner, O'Donahue.
9:31 AM
Wild Kratts - Gr 1-4 Science
The Wild Kratts are on a mission to figure out the differences between African and Asian elephants. They soon discover that despite their differences, all elephants have lots in common. Like feelings, emotions and real intelligence.
9:57 AM
Ask Sara
Scientist Sara Poirier from the Ontario Science Centre answers email questions sent in at tvokids.com. This question: why do we get ice cream headaches?
9:59 AM
Dino Dana - K-2 Science
It's the season opener of Season Three and the new baby is coming! When Dana is nervous, Saara leads her on a fantasy adventure back in time to see how dino babies are born and how their families take care of them. But the biggest question of all is: are they getting a baby brother or sister?
10:20 AM
Bitz and Bob - K-2 Science
It's the Fairy Tale Theatre Company's play of Little Bev Riding Hood, directed by Purl, and Bitz has built an amazing stage, but things start to go wrong. Granny Pop keeps missing her cue, the trees keep falling over and Purl's worried it's turning into a disaster. Bitz realises that they need to make the one stage into two stages, which they can turn from the forest to Granny's house when they need to - simple! But there's only one problem, it's too heavy to turn and the audience are arriving!
10:31 AM
You Can Do It Too! - Kindergarten
We're using cogs to get things moving! Engineer your own with paper plates and lollipop sticks and sticky tape. For a treat, our candy floss cupcakes are in a spin, which way will they turn?
10:36 AM
Pet Superstars - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
Greyhounds are known for their super speed, but did you know they spend most of their day snoozing Meet Keira and her pet rescue greyhound, Hannah!
10:40 AM
Science Max: Experiments at Large - Gr 1-4 Science
Building an arched bridge! Starting with sugar and ending with something strong enough to walk across - it's all in how you build it. Plus: a giant house of cards, glass so strong you can hit it with a hammer and exactly how many eggs will support Phil's weight!
11:02 AM
That TVOkids Show
Join TVOkids hosts Lucas, Laura and Greg every weekday as they talk to Ontario kids and have fun in their special blanket forts at home! Today, Lola and Judy host the show!
11:07 AM
Top of the Tops - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
Top 4 Fun Musical Facts 4- Karaoke originated in Japanese 3- Ludwig Van Beethoven was deaf 2- 4'33 is a silent song 1- "As Slowly As Possible" is a really long concert
11:10 AM
Finding Stuff Out - Gr 1-4 Science
Can I freeze myself and then come back to life? Why do things change when they're frozen? Zoey risks ice cream brain freeze to find out - with a little help from her friends in the Arctic and a scientist who works at the North Pole. She finds out that some animals can survive being frozen, and that Inuit have invented ingenious strategies to help us humans survive in extreme cold. My Great Challenge: To understand how blubber keeps animals warm, challengers put on gloves filled with lard and go "fishing" in a tub of ice water. In the Field: Zoey visits a sub-zero climate chamber where machines are tested for their endurance in the cold.
11:32 AM
Create - Gr 1-3 Arts
In this episode of Create you can mix and match your decorations to give your plants a unique home with these easy to create planter pot designs!
11:35 AM
The Wacky Word Show - Gr 1-4 Language
Zoey and Lukas dream of being international pop stars as they explore all kinds of fun wordplay. Special guest, rapper and singer Hua Li, shares her tips on writing pop songs and raps. Real kids try saying tongue twisters...with hilarious results. In the Celebrity Syllable Scramble game show, kids have to answer questions with words that have the appropriate number of syllables. The challenge has kids finding objects that rhyme with words that are left blank in two raps, and a rap battle caps it all off. When Lukas tries to program Booboo Bot to help him finish some lyrics, Booboo Bot takes things a bit too literally.
11:57 AM
Leo's Fishheads - Gr 1-4 Science
Is it possible to actually walk on the ocean floor? Leo thinks so, and Sayat & Christian are proving that can be done in the Bay of Fundy National Park. As the tide goes out at a rapid speed, they join Dan from Parks Canada, who shows the FishHeads how to discover all sorts of underwater creatures and plants usually hidden beneath the waves.

Afternoon

12:08 PM
Backyard Beats - Gr 1-3 Arts
Guest musician Amely introduces the erhu, a Chinese stringed instrument. Monica crafts her own erhu and Junior Jammer Sky shows what makes the instrument unique. They all visit the backyard for an exciting erhu performance.
12:19 PM
When I Grow Up! - Gr 1-4 Social Studies
The floor plan of an interior design career is laid out for Mikaela at a top design agency. Meaghan, an interior designer, shows Mikaela how to redesign her studio from the ground up.
12:30 PM
Paw Patrol - Kindergarten
The PAW Patrol heads to the Jungle in the PAW PATROLLER to meet Ryder's 10 year old pen-pal, CARLOS. They also meet up with an old friend, MANDY the Monkey! Still up to her old tricks, Mandy swipes Ryder's PupPad and it's a wild Monkey chase through the jungle that leads to a cursed temple. Now Ryder and Pups have to get Mandy out of the ancient ruins, and avoid all the booby traps in the process! --- Chase is taking part in a herding competition and starts to herd people around town as practice which causes more trouble than good. Farmer Al calls Ryder and needs help to fix his fence and herd all the sheep! Now the Pups have to fix the fence and Chase has to herd all the sheep in time to make it to the competition!
12:53 PM
Dino Dana - K-2 Science
When Saara's fear of heights puts her at risk of failing her swim test, Dana enlists the help of a Deinosuchus, Spinosaurus, and Pterodactylus to show Saara there are all sorts of different ways to beat her fear and get into the water.
1:05 PM
It's My Party - Gr 1-4 Social Studies
Two kids who have never met are paired up to attend a Zoroastrian celebration complete with lively performances, a fire ceremony and a big dance party.
1:27 PM
Making Stuff - Gr 1-3 Science
A tune is played from a cylinder flicking the reeds on a metal plate. Gears and Wiz see how the cylinders are made with all the tiny pins and put into beautiful wooden boxes.
1:32 PM
Zerby Derby - Kindergarten
Axle's new racecourse has Zack stumped. It's just a bunch of turns, but no matter what he does he can't do it without flying off the course. Lily and Axle help him figure out what's going wrong. --- Lily and Zack try to bring a big bundle of sticks back to the Construction Zerbies. But carrying that many sticks all at once turns out to be harder than expected. --- It takes 10 scoops of dirt to fill up Rex's bucket. That's a long time. Fill decides having a scoop that can hold 10 scoops of dirt will get it done in one go. But a scoop that big is a bit heavy.
1:55 PM
Shutterbugs - Kindergarten
A mysterious painter is leaving GIANT portraits of art around town, and no one seems to know who's doing it. --- Skeeter, upset about his height, tries to find crazy ways to compensate for shortcomings.
2:18 PM
Splash and Bubbles - Kindergarten
When Splash and his friends are playing "surprise fish," they accidentally release a "fear smell alarm," which spreads from fish to fish and causes Mayor Sting to call for everyone to be "reef ready!" --- The Reeftown Rangers help Dorsal locate his old friend Spin, another spinner dolphin who he hasn't seen since he was young. They recognize each other with their unique whistle names and are happy to be reunited after many years.
2:45 PM
The Ollie & Moon Show - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
When Moon accidentally eats the last jar of Ollie's favorite honey, she'll go to any extreme to fix her mistake.
2:58 PM
Cutie Pugs - Kindergarten
Petey is sad because he can't find his blankie. Penny, Poppy and Pablo reassure him that they will find it together. Meanwhile, Dee Dee is racing around the house, asking Mom if she's seen her favourite toy, Bongo Birdie. Dee Dee checks her toybox in her bedroom before going downstairs to search through the rec room. Dee Dee gives up and flops down on the living room sofa when Dad comes in carrying a load of clean laundry. Dad asks her what's wrong and she says that she's lost her bongo birdie. Dad saves the day when he pulls out her freshly washed toy AND Petey's blanket.
3:05 PM
Opie's Home - Kindergarten
Opie is bored and longs to play an adventure video game until he discovers a real life adventure in his own backyard with Mr. Kabashio.
3:12 PM
Yeti Tales - Kindergarten
When Nina and Leon show up at the bookstore they find a big mess. Yetili blames the monster in the cupboard, just like the one in today's story.
3:20 PM
Book Hungry Bears - Kindergarten
Melody learns that when animals blend into their environment (camouflage), it is harder to find them. She learns that to observe well you must be patient and look closely. BOOK: Have You Seen Elephant? A boy has a hard time finding his friend elephant who is hiding in and around the house.
3:31 PM
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet & Dave - Kindergarten
Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave make up a song of jungle animal noises. Listening carefully to the sounds their jungle friends make, they learn how to 'Oooh-Oooh-ooh' like a monkey, 'kaw' like a parrot and 'roar' like a Leopard - and everyone joins them in singing their special Jungle Song!
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 Floogals' spot Boy Hooman wearing an unusually large sock on one leg, and getting lots of attention, they decide to investigate - not least to help Flo finish her Hooman clothing report. But when Fleeker and Boomer fit themselves with similar big socks, they end up stuck in the doll's house, leaving Flo to complete a daring mid-air investigation all on her own.
3:57 PM
Create - Gr 1-3 Arts
If you only have plain clay colours, never fear you can still make some adorable animals!
3:59 PM
Arthur - Gr 1-3 Social Studies
The Tibble Twins are having their first sleepover! The lucky victim...err, guest: James. Will the Tibbles lock him in the dark basement? Strap him to the terrifying Flatter Fling? Serve him cupcakes and cookies for dinner?!? --- A cupcake's been stolen! The primary suspect: Tommy Tibble. D.W. gathers a jury and demands that justice be served. Can D.W. get Tommy to confess? Or will she lose control of this kangaroo court?
4:26 PM
That TVOkids Show
Laura demonstrates how to make 5 different flower crafts you can make at home with simple supplies.
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 and Laura celebrate your talents!
4:45 PM
Paw Patrol - Kindergarten
The Pups are going to put on a Medieval play in town square, but Cap'n Turbot's castle stage prop ends up collapsing and trapping him! Ryder and the PAW Patrol have to save Turbot, along with Marshall in his new FIRST MEDICAL RESPONSE GEAR. Marshall then has to save the SHOW when Chase gets sick and can't play the lead role!
4:57 PM
Super Mighty Makers - Gr 1-3 Arts
Craft Kid Maebe's cousin, Heather is super busy going to school and working at the same time. Maebe wants to make her something that will make studying a little easier. With Bondini and Super Mighty Maker Maria, Maebe makes the "Tote-Ally Awesome Tote".
5:10 PM
Odd Squad - Gr 1-3 Math
Olive and Otto interrogate two suspects to figure out which one is innocent and which one is guilty of committing an odd crime.
5:23 PM
Waffle the Wonder Dog - Gr 1-3 Health
Waffle has a new doggy doormat and won't move from it for anyone...until Gram and Grand arrive! Waffle loves Gram and will only leave his doormat on her command. Everyone sings Simon's new family song and Waffle uses his doormat to stop Gram leaving.
5:35 PM
Wild Kratts - Gr 1-4 Science
While in India, the Wild Kratts try to figure out if a Sloth bear is a bear or a sloth? They soon discover some unique creature powers of this animal, including special features that enable it to harness the power of suction to acquire food.
6:03 PM
All-Round Champion - Gr 1-5 Health
It's week eight for the elite athletes competing in the ultimate sports competition. Wakeboarding is revealed as this week's sport and Daniel is deemed the Sport Leader and will have to get his fellow athletes' competition ready in only three days.
6:30 PM
All-Round Champion - Gr 1-5 Health
It's week eight for the elite athletes competing in the ultimate sports competition. Wakeboarding is revealed as this week's sport and with Daniel unable to compete, Brodie needs to excel if he wants a shot at the title of All-Round Champion. Cayde thinks his skateboarding skills will transfer easily, however weather plays havoc on training and the competition.

Evening

7:00 PM
Indonesia's most-visited monument, Borobudur, is an ancient temple and UNESCO World Heritage site that sits on the ring of fire, with earthquakes erupting below and an active volcano spewing ash just 27 kilometres away. A holy site for Buddhists, it sits in the world's largest Muslim nation. On the front line in the battle: a man who works tirelessly to protect the temple from man and nature's onslaught.
7:49 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.
7:55 PM
Cobalt was the site of a historic silver rush. So why is the northeastern Ontario town named after another metal that, until recently, wasn't considered all that valuable?
8:00 PM
Chef Paul Ainsworth joins Michael Buerk to celebrate royal food inspired by the days of India and empire. Using recipes that have been hidden in the royal archive for over 100 years, Paul cooks quail and potato curry, said to be a favourite of Queen Victoria.
8:45 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.
8:49 PM
Every summer Saturday night, residents of Kincardine on the shores of Lake Huron gather downtown for a special parade led by the town's beloved Scottish pipe band, which has filled the streets with music since 1908.
8:52 PM
Parts of northern Ontario are struggling to recruit and retain physicians. Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan travels to White River, Ont., a community that has been without a doctor for several years. And then to Marathon, Ont., a community that is seen as a model in rural medicine.
9:00 PM
On Merseyside, Tori Herridge and Alex Langlands investigate a beach full of World War II rubble and find evidence of people and animals from 7,000 years ago. They also look into Liverpool's version of the Whisky Galore story.
9:46 PM
More than 40,000 Canadians fought in the American Civil War between 1861 and 1865. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan travels to the township of South Stormont, home to Canada's only civil war memorial.
9:50 PM
In her university- level classes, Pam Palmater often sees students cry, get angry, or surprised at the realities of racism in Canada. In this web series called "First Things First," Palmater explains how to handle emotions in difficult conversations.
9:53 PM
Kenora, Ont., used to go by a very different name that was, in many people's opinion, rather unattractive. When local politicians decided to change the name, they hit upon a rather novel - and controversial - solution. Find out more in this short video, part of TVO's Name That Town series.
10:00 PM
Kathryn has Autism Spectrum Disorder and extreme anxiety. An avid writer, she hopes to find a job in a quiet environment that could put her creative mind to use. Dylan is an actor with Down Syndrome. Although he's landed starring roles in films, auditions have been few and far between in recent years. He'd like to find a career in a dynamic environment that allows him to be front and centre.
10:52 PM
Of the 237 threatened species in Ontario, the Algonquin wolf is the only one that can be legally hunted in parts of the province. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has come under fire for not doing enough. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visits Algonquin Park, one of only a handful of places this keystone species calls home.
11:00 PM
Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, director Astra Taylor's What Is Democracy? reflects on a word we too often take for granted. Featuring a diverse cast including celebrated philosophers, trauma surgeons, factory workers, refugees, and politicians, What Is Democracy? connects the past and present, emotion and intellect, the personal and the political, to provoke and inspire. If we want to live in democracy, we must first ask what the word even means.
11:53 PM
Francis Pegahmagabow was a feared sniper in World War I - credited with 378 kills. Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan looks at why Pegahmagabow, the most highly decorated First Nations solider for bravery in Canadian military history, is worth remembering.

Late Night

12:00 AM
Indonesia's most-visited monument, Borobudur, is an ancient temple and UNESCO World Heritage site that sits on the ring of fire, with earthquakes erupting below and an active volcano spewing ash just 27 kilometres away. A holy site for Buddhists, it sits in the world's largest Muslim nation. On the front line in the battle: a man who works tirelessly to protect the temple from man and nature's onslaught.
12:49 AM
Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan heads to Chelmsford, Ontario to see how one modular farm is reshaping the industry in northern Ontario.
12:53 AM
Amateur birders are going to be among the first to see the impacts of climate change. The Audubon Society says nearly half of North America's bird species are threatened by climate change. We catch up with amateur birders to find out what they've been witnessing.
1:00 AM
Chef Paul Ainsworth joins Michael Buerk to celebrate royal food inspired by the days of India and empire. Using recipes that have been hidden in the royal archive for over 100 years, Paul cooks quail and potato curry, said to be a favourite of Queen Victoria.
1:45 AM
Prince Edward County's growth as a wine region is closely intertwined with climate change. Declared a Designated Viticultural Area in 2007, the region has gone from one vineyard in 2000 to more than 40 today. Climate change is making growing seasons longer in Ontario, making the climate more hospitable for grapes. But the changes also threaten to introduce new pests. Wine producers in the County work together to adapt and grow. Meanwhile, climate change elsewhere opens up opportunities for Ontario wines. While things in this province are becoming more hospitable on average, elsewhere droughts and wildfires threaten long-established vineyards.
1:50 AM
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.
1:59 AM
On Merseyside, Tori Herridge and Alex Langlands investigate a beach full of World War II rubble and find evidence of people and animals from 7,000 years ago. They also look into Liverpool's version of the Whisky Galore story.
2:46 AM
Shorter, more intense storms mean more runoff. The infrastructure to handle that - sewage pipes, treatment plants and holding ponds - is being improved, but will it be enough to cope with the effects of climate change?
2:51 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.
2:56 AM
Hansen Township is a small wilderness area near Killarney, Ont. It is named in honour of a Canadian who inspired people around the world with a historic global tour. But it used to be named after someone much more sinister. Find out more in this short video, part of TVO's Name That Town series.
3:00 AM
Kathryn has Autism Spectrum Disorder and extreme anxiety. An avid writer, she hopes to find a job in a quiet environment that could put her creative mind to use. Dylan is an actor with Down Syndrome. Although he's landed starring roles in films, auditions have been few and far between in recent years. He'd like to find a career in a dynamic environment that allows him to be front and centre.
3:52 AM
What does racism look like in Canada? In this web series called "First Things First," Cindy Blackstock, executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, tells us the story of Jordan River Anderson and why she continues to fight the Canadian government to gain rights for Indigenous children.
4:00 AM
Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, director Astra Taylor's What Is Democracy? reflects on a word we too often take for granted. Featuring a diverse cast including celebrated philosophers, trauma surgeons, factory workers, refugees, and politicians, What Is Democracy? connects the past and present, emotion and intellect, the personal and the political, to provoke and inspire. If we want to live in democracy, we must first ask what the word even means.
4:53 AM
In 1970 Fort Williams and Port Arthur amalgamated into Thunder Bay, creating the largest city in Northwestern Ontario. Isolated from surrounding cities, an underground queer community found refuge at the Ukrainian Labour Temple, sharing meals with their chosen family. With courage and resilience, they launched the first Thunder Pride, bringing together friends and family in a celebration of love and acceptance.
5:00 AM
Two-time Giller Prize-winner Esi Edugyan describes the inspiration for writing "Washington Black," a novel about the post-slavery life of a young man who learns that being physically free does not release him from the trauma of the past. Then, Northwestern Ontario Hub journalist Charnel Anderson takes a look at food banks in Thunder Bay.
5:30 AM
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to transform the country's relationship with Indigenous peoples in Canada. But has any progress been made since his election? Ojibway Liberal MP, Don Rusnak, squares off with Cree NDP MP, Romeo Saganash, to examine the reality for Indigenous communities in Northern Ontario and Quebec.