view of the city of Sudbury from the article COVID-19 moves north: How Sudbury is coping with the pandemic
The city reported its first case of the novel coronavirus last week and a second case on Sunday. Here’s what we know about Sudbury’s response.
Timmins, Ontario from the article In 2018, Timmins vowed to address racism. So what has it done since then?
Two years ago, Joey Knapaysweet and Agnes Sutherland died in police custody, and the city was forced to reckon with its “pervasive” anti-Indigenous racism. TVO.org looks at what has changed — and what hasn’t.
Pierre Dubuc from the article How this Ontario library will help you catch a fish
A new bestseller, snowshoes, a fishing rod — just some of the things you can check out at the Greater Sudbury Library.
Chief Glen Hare from the article ‘These are stepping stones for us’: Understanding the Anishinabek Nation Governance Agreement
This month, several Anishinabek nations are voting on what could be one of the largest self-governance agreements in Canada. So what does that mean?

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Published On: March 20, 2020
Northeastern Ontario Hub journalist Nick Dunne talks to Steve Paikin about specific challenges Ontario's northern communities face with COVID-19.
Published On: March 20, 2020
Moose Cree, a community of 1,400 near the southern end of James Bay, hasn’t had a case of the coronavirus yet — and it plans to keep it that way.
Published On: March 19, 2020
Travel restrictions. Family members far away. During the COVID-19 outbreak, international students across the province are facing difficult choices.
Published On: February 27, 2020
A new health centre in Timmins is offering its services in French — and aims to be “a gathering place” for the francophone community.  
Published On: January 16, 2020
St. Joseph Island is the province’s leading regional producer of maple syrup — but extreme weather poses new risks to the industry.
Published On: January 06, 2020
The region’s francophone senior population is among the fastest-growing in the province — and critics say not enough is being done to attract French-speaking migrants.
Published On: December 12, 2019
TVO.org speaks with experts and researchers about warming temperatures — and their effects on the geese, muskrats, and polar bears at Polar Bear Provincial Park.  
Published On: December 09, 2019
Sudbury is home to Canada’s largest mural. Sault Ste. Marie launched a mural pilot this summer. North Bay is currently mulling creating a new mural. Here’s why municipalities are mad for murals.
Published On: December 06, 2019
Sault Ste. Marie has received nearly 900 bylaw-related calls since September — but it has only two bylaw officers on staff.  
Published On: November 18, 2019
By buying and renovating derelict properties and arranging forgivable loans, Sault Ste. Marie is aiming to give the working poor a shot at homeownership.
Published On: November 15, 2019
As temperatures drop and homelessness increases, shelters in the north face a critical question — how to make sure there’s enough space to accommodate those in need
Published On: November 07, 2019
About 700 Italian-Canadians,suffered internment during World War II — they had had not committed crimes, were not officially charged, and were given few chances to defend themselves.
Published On: October 17, 2019
Are remote northern Indigenous communities prepared for more — and worse — floods?  
Published On: September 13, 2019
The Northern Ontario Angels match local entrepreneurs with local investors — experts say it could be exactly what the region needs.  
Published On: August 15, 2019
The Canadian Wrestling Federation puts on a show when it visits Indigenous communities. But it also takes on pressing issues like substance abuse, bullying, and suicide.  
Published On: July 22, 2019
In the 1970s, the agency sent astronauts to northeastern Ontario to prepare for their trips to the moon — and helped drive the region’s scientific aspirations.  
Published On: July 19, 2019
TVO's northeastern reporter Claude Sharma discusses the connection between Sudbury and NASA.
Published On: July 09, 2019
Almost 1,500 people died of opioid-related overdoses across the province in 2018. Police are hoping that criminal charges will act a deterrent — but critics say that the legal system is not the answer.