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Documentary puts spotlight on Windsor's black history

As Windsor’s annual Emancipation Celebration approaches this weekend, TVOntario is recognizing the occasion with another airing of The Greatest Freedom Show On Earth — an independent documentary on the history of the celebration. 202 more words


Robyn Urback: If Wynne thinks journalists want to make her 'look bad,' she should stop making it so easy

There are many appalling aspects to the description of the one-hour TVOntario documentary about Premier Kathleen Wynne. I use the word “description” because Ontarians have not been allowed to see the documentary, entitled… 699 more words

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Essex County communities to be featured on TVOntario show Giver

Teaching kids they can make a difference is the aim of the TVOntario series Giver — and now the efforts of local children will be showcased on the program. 377 more words


Next showing of Big Wind documentary: Tuesday at 10 PM

TVOntario is showing the new documentary film Big Wind again on Tuesday, March 31st, at 10 PM

The film documents the legal struggle of one farm family in Ontario about to be surrounded by over 100 wind turbines and two transformer stations, and other communities already dealing with the effects of living near the huge power generating machines. 148 more words

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Wind power on TVOntario: problems, social costs

March 27, 2015

TVOntario’s public affairs program, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, dealt with the controversy over the implementation of Ontario’s push for power generation from wind this week, with an edition of the show, followed by the debut of new documentary film Big Wind. 52 more words

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Peter Mansbridge not about to quit his night job to run the CBC

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CBC has ridden a roller-coaster of emotion — optimism one minute, frustration the next — for as long as Peter Mansbridge can remember since he first anchored The National flagship newscast in May 1988, 26 years ago almost to the day. 629 more words


Ted Shaw's Artbeat: Composer back home for concert

A contemporary oratorio in Middle English will pose a special challenge Wednesday for the Windsor Symphony Chorus.

The work by University of Windsor graduate Allan Bevan, Nou Goth Sonne Under Wode, is in part based on poems from the 13th century which predate Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. 603 more words