Get ready for a new season of Giver on TVOKids. The fast-moving build-a-playground program invites industrious kids from various Ontario communities to prove that community spirit goes a long way when they help create and construct a neighbourhood playground in only three short days.

It will soon be time to dust off those scrubs and lab coats as Ontario’s very own medical show is returning to TVO. The popular TVO-commissioned drama series Hard Rock Medical will begin filming its second season this spring thanks to support from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund.

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Join TVO's Steve Paikin as he hosts the next installment of the Doc Studio Screening Series at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema in Toronto. The event features the fascinating documentary Redesign My Brain followed by a Q&A with Dr. Norman Doidge, acclaimed psychiatrist and author of the international bestseller The Brain that Changes Itself.

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TVO is calling on filmmakers to give voice to an issue they are passionate about, be it social justice, global security or personal freedom as TVO launches its third annual TVO Doc Studio Contest

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How are teaching and learning being reshaped by digital technology? What is the importance of scientific literacy, and how is it linked to our economic success as a province? The Agenda with Steve Paikin explores these questions and more at the Waterloo Global Science Initiative's Equinox Summit: Learning 2030.

How is technology changing our lives? How is it affecting interactions between businesses and consumers, students and teachers, governments and their citizens?  Join the conversation on Pull, TVO’s new multiplatform series which looks at how digital technology is transforming the world.

Hard Rock Medical is quickly gaining an enthusiastic following as Ontarian audiences embrace this quintessentially Canadian series.

What does the future of education look like? On Monday, June 3rd The Agenda with Steve Paikin will explore this question during a live broadcast from Sudbury’s Cambrian College on the next stop of the TVO on the Road: Learning 2030 tour. If you’re in the area, why not be part of the studio audience?

For the second consecutive year, TVO, in partnership with the Centre for Mental Health and Addiction (CAMH), is presenting Mental Health Matters. This week-long initiative which runs May 6-12 utilizes TVO's full suite of digital resources, including on-air and online content, to raise awareness about and encourage informed discourse around mental health issues.

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TVO on the Road: Learning 2030 made its second stop at Trent University in Peterborough on March 2nd and 3rd. The focus of the event was on how science and technology are transforming the way people learn and teach.

Over one hundred kids and parents filled Trent University’s Gzowski College on Saturday March 2nd for the Mozilla Hive Pop Up – a digital literacy workshop that engages kids in learning while sparking their imagination.