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Makes you think

  • Sugar Coated

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    Explore how the sugar industry in the 1960s and 70s successfully reversed growing public concern about the health effects of sugar - echoes of Big Tobacco's playbook.

  • Unable to reconcile the inequity between her profitable portrait studio and life in the Depression era, Dorothea Lange photographed reality on San Francisco's streets.

  • Spreading the Word

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    Wordsmith Stephen Fry explores how writing evolved out of pictographs, to printing, to the development of libraries, encyclopedias, computer code, blogging and tweets.

  • Dish

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    Filmmaker and former waitress Maya Gallus discovers the fantasies, desires, and prejudices projected onto women servers include wife, girlfriend, or personal servant.

Issues that make you think

The Agenda Blogs

Steve Paikin: Am I stretching myself too thin?

Posted on May 28 by Steve Paikin

Steve Paikin tracked everything he did, down to the minute, for 10 days. He learned plenty about how he fills his time and whether he was trying to do too much.


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How TVO Makes a Difference

Inspire - TVO's annual publication

Stories that Inspire

This is "Inspire" - TVO's annual publication that recognizes and celebrates donors, sponsors and community partners.

"Inspire" features stories from individuals and foundations and acknowledges partnerships and private sector support that helps us make a difference to life in Ontario. It also showcases TVO's offerings in the media landscape and the different ways Ontarians are supporting TVO.

We hope that you will be inspired and see in these pages the unique difference that TVO makes through your support. We are proud to serve Ontarians and we could not do it without you.

Take a look - we hope you'll feel inspired!