Canada’s sesquicentennial gives us an opportunity to reflect on what it means to be Canadian and Ontarian.
As each year comes to a close, it gives me an opportunity to look back and see just how far we have come. I am particularly proud of TVO’s achievements over the past 12 months. We are now seeing how our transformation to a leading digital media organization is making a difference in the lives of Ontarians.
At TVO, we think that it’s crucial to make learning about civics truly engaging, and we provide learning opportunities to enable individuals to grow into active and informed citizens. Recently, TVO’s Independent Learning Centre (ILC) launched a new grade 10 online distance learning course titled, Civics and Citizenship.
Everyone deserves the life advantages that learning brings. Learning is the great equalizer. It builds successful lives, and TVO strives to bring this advantage to every person in Ontario, regardless of economic background or geographic location.
On October 27, TVO honoured one of the great filmmakers of our time, Deepa Mehta, at the 5th Annual TVO Tribute Gala presented by Enercare.
On October 5, 2016, TVO hosted the official launch of Steve Paikin’s newest book,Bill Davis: Nation Builder, and Not So Bland After All.
TVO’s mPower, a creative online game that teaches fundamental K-6 math skills, is now in Ontario’s kindergarten to Grade 2 classrooms!
TVO provides an unmatched journalism that addresses a market failure. We do this with unparalleled depth of analysis, debate, context and informed opinion.