Our roundup of the week's programming starts with a look at how policing is - or isn't changing in Ontario. Then, we evaluate the Ontario government's new Working for Workers labour act. Why isn't Canada fostering more innovation? Lynn Gehl discusses her book, ,"Gehl v. Canada: Challenging Sex Discrimination in The Indian Act." And, what does it mean to be Indigenous?
November 26, 2021 - 21:51
November 26, 2021 - 7:46
Why are southern Ontario migrant workers in human-rights hearing against the OPP.
November 26, 2021 - 24:59
A look at a new documentary about the popular and dynamic host of TVO's Saturday Night at the Movies.
November 25, 2021 - 24:17
Is imunizing children against the virus the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel?
November 25, 2021 - 32:43
A deep dive into Ontario's Working for Workers Act.
November 24, 2021 - 22:18
Will a new initiative help solve inequities in the education system for Black students?
November 24, 2021 - 33:00
How has policing changed in the wake of uprising post-George Floyd's death?
November 23, 2021 - 32:15
The question of what defines Indigenous has been an historically complex and complicated issue.
November 23, 2021 - 22:23
Lynn Gehl discusses her book, "Gehl v. Canada: Challenging Sex Discrimination in The Indian Act."
November 22, 2021 - 21:03
Dan Breznitz discusses his book, "Innovation in Real Places; Strategies for Prosperity in an Unforgiving World."
Sixty years ago today, John P. Robarts became Ontario’s 17th prime minister — and started transforming the province.
They skated their hearts out for Canada at the 1964 Winter Olympics. Nearly 58 years later, these players still don’t have their medals.
After nearly a decade as Ontario’s education minister, Bill Davis led the Tories to four straight election wins, starting on this date in 1971.
What's on This Week
MonNov 29The Crux of Food CravingsWhy are people craving more food than they physiologically need? Then how can anxiety be turned into something constructive? And, Polaris Prize-winning musician, Haviah Mighty discusses her latest mixtape, "Stock Exchange."
TueNov 30A Global Day of GivingMany charitable organizations continue to struggle amid pandemic-fueled unemployment. On this Giving Tuesday, what are some of the ways Canadians can give back? Then, how charities are trying to help those falling behind as Canada's wealth inequality grows.
WedDec 01Is Now the Time for a Shorter Work Week?Can a four-day work week increase employee productivity, end burnout, and lead to a better work-life balance for employees? What effect might that have on existing office space? Then, to mark World Aids Day, we'll examine the latest in HIV research and treatments and discuss whether a vaccine is closer to becoming a reality.
ThuDec 02COVID-19: Myths, Treatments and the Evolution of MaskingDebunking COVID-19 myths. Then, what new antiviral and antibody treatments are being developed? And what's the latest science on how masks keep people safe from COVID-19?
FriDec 03The Politics of Being BlackGiller Prize-winning novelist Ian Williams discusses his new non-fiction book, "Disorientation: Being Black in the World." Then, Hamilton-Niagara Hub Journalist Justin Chandler on why paramedics are spending more time stuck at hospitals. And, we review our week of programming