Most Recent in Northeastern
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: 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 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: 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 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.