TVO Current Affairs
TVO Current Affairs
In her new novel, the neuroscientist and author of "Still Alice" explores how one divorced couple deal with a diagnosis of ALS.
The Hamilton-based musician shares a few stories about his odd, damaged, and sometimes downright disreputable early influences.
In his most recent novel, the British author examines evolving attitudes toward male intimacy.
David Chariandy, author of the new book “I’ve Been Meaning to Tell You: A Letter to My Daughter,” discusses the complications of teaching children about identity.
The Agenda on Politics team answers listener questions on all things #onpoli.
In this excerpt from The Ward Uncovered: The Archaeology of Everyday Life, Holly Martelle describes what her digging crew unearthed at the bottom of a privy in downtown Toronto.
Jane Hilderman of The Samara Centre for Democracy on millennial voters in the Ontario election.
Hill & Knowlton Strategies vice president Kim Wright joins The Agenda on Politics to discuss the recent success of the NDP and whether the party can form government after election day.
University of Ottawa professor Elizabeth Dubois joins The Agenda on Politics to talk about social media and data.
Canada 2020's Mike Moffatt discusses his analysis of winners and losers in Ontario's economy.
TVO's northeastern Ontario Hubs reporter Claude Sharma talks about election issues in the northeast.
In his book, Excessive Force: Toronto's Fight to Reform City Policing, former Toronto Police Services Board chair Alok Mukherjee argues that police forces need a culture change.
Andy Manahan on the need for a relief subway line for Toronto transit.
Jan De Silva talks about how the candidates can help businesses in the GTHA and beyond.
Is Canada on track to achieve its sustainable development goals? Experts from across the country come together to answer that question at a summit hosted by the Waterloo Global Science Initiative.
Tim Abray talks about how voters might respond to the tactics and strategies of the major parties.
Chief Isadore Day on First Nations and the 2018 Ontario election.
Toronto Star Queen's Park reporter Kris Rushowy talks about education.