TVO exists to ignite the potential of everyone in Ontario through the power of learning.
Here are some of the ways we made an impact for Ontarians in 2017–18.
The pot industry has been a boon to Smiths Falls and to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory — but while legalization is likely to help one community, it could harm the other.
Steve Paikin, anchor of TVO’s current affairs program The Agenda with Steve Paikin, was recognized for his contribution to education and journalism by two Ontario colleges recently.
I recently travelled to the University of Calgary for the Ivey-Haskayne “East Meets West” MBA Leadership Case Competition.
Whether it’s around your dining room table, in your living room, or at a holiday gathering, you can count on TVO to spark those moments where learning happens during the holidays and all year round.
For 45 years, TVO has been helping to create a better world through the power of learning. We are committed to bringing Ontarians more opportunities for learning by using digital technology to reach and engage every citizen.
TVO’s long-term strategic plan launched in 2018, Strategic Directions 2.0, guides TVO in creating, growing, and refining our unique learning products and current affairs journalism to deliver greater impact and value to Ontarians, while fully transitioning to a modern public service agency with the nimbleness of the best digital organizations, a culture of excellence and innovation, and strong financial stewardship of public funds and self-generated revenues.
TVO's Board of Directors governs the activities of the organization's executive team while ensuring value for all Ontarians.
TVO's executive team leads the organization in delivering excellence in all that we do.
Committed individuals from communities across Ontario form the volunteer advisory board, providing valued input and feedback.
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