Three adults with developmental disabilities share their joy of learning in the moving TVO Short Doc winning film, Para Normal.

Industrious kids and enthusiastic volunteers transform out-of-date playgrounds into feats of the imagination on another amazing season of Giver.

What’s in store for Thunder Bay’s economic future and how will the region adapt to its rapidly changing demographics? Members of the public are invited to attend TVO on the Road to discuss these and other topics as The Agenda with Steve Paikin travels to Thunder Bay.

Calling all aspiring documentary filmmakers in Ontario! You could win the chance to see your film on TVO and tvo.org and to be mentored by renowned Canadian filmmakers John and Jamie Kastner. 

Be part of the studio audience as TVO on the Road travels to Barrie to record two episodes of The Agenda with Steve Paikin. Members of the public are invited to attend as The Agenda examines what the rest of the province can learn from a town that became a mid-sized city seemingly overnight.

 

Want to view a particular scene from every angle? Just move your mouse and experience the Arctic from any viewpoint when you start the Polar Sea 360° Interactive Journey.

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After almost 30 years in prison, David McCallum, the subject of TVO’s powerful documentary David and Me, is finally exonerated and freed.

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Is the acceptance of homosexuality and same-sex marriage a litmus test for progression? How do transgendered individuals fit into the legal world and the world at large? The Agenda with Steve Paikin engages Ontarians in these thought-provoking questions generated by the documentary series Stephen Fry: Out There, airing this September on TVO.

Put on your cowboy boots and cowboy hat and corral the kids to attend the TVOKids live reading event, the Read with Ranger Kara Tour, coming to your community.

For many Canadians, World War I is defined by Vimy Ridge. But many other significant battles were fought during the Great War. This July, The Agenda in the Summer takes a look at different perspectives of the war and uncovers a few unique ways that Canadians are telling their stories.