What an exciting summer! Communities across the province are celebrating 150 years of Confederation. This celebration is a great opportunity to reflect not only on our shared history, but even more importantly, on what the next 150 years will bring.
TVO showcases inspiring and illuminating documentaries that help to tell important stories about our communities, our country and the interconnected world we live in.
As part of TVO’s celebration of Canada and Ontario’s 150th anniversary, last night at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, TVO presented the world premiere of My First 150 Days, a film which chronicles a family’s reunion through immigration to Canada.
After feedback from viewers, donors and supporters, TVO will continue to transmit free broadcast signals across 8 over-the-air transmitters in Ontario.
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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.