Ontario TodayCan Ontario's auto sector survive?Mar 13, 2014 | 51:37Auto manufacturing is changing in this province. Chrysler is making no
promises to stick around. The free trade agreement with South Korea will likely cost jobs in the industry.
Ontario TodayIs Barbie welcome in your home?Mar 12, 2014 | 51:35After 55 years, Barbie has remarkable staying power. Adored by some.
Vilified as an unrealistic standard of beauty. Why is she at the table? Why is she in the dumpster?
Ontario TodaySpecial help for Somali studentsMar 11, 2014 | 51:38A task force in Toronto is recommending special help for students of Somali descent. But some parents say it's racist. An open-line debate about whether it's discriminatory to give help based on ethnicity
Ontario TodayEating bugs. Save the planet?Mar 10, 2014 | 23:58After you get past the gross factor, can you swallow the argument that this is going to save the planet? Hear Vanessa, the 20-year bug eater, and Tyler takes the dare to eat bug candy.
Ontario TodayGardening: Spring Break Canada Blooms gone wild!Mar 10, 2014 | 27:36One exhibit is inspired by a coastal drive in Ireland dotted with wild
Rhododendrons.Another exhibitor is showing off playgrounds full of climbable trees and stumps.
Ontario TodayIs there a little bit of Rob Ford in you?Mar 7, 2014 | 51:36Whether it is going on Jimmy Kimmel or getting put down by other Big City mayors, Rob Ford keeps flinging himself into situations where he is laughed at and rejected. Who does that?
Ontario TodayBanning nudity at Pride parades?Mar 6, 2014 | 36:44As Toronto gears up to host World Pride in June, some school trustees have tabled a motion calling on the city to clarify if public nudity
laws will be enforced at the Pride Parade. Is it time to cover up
Ontario TodayPolice at school board meetingsMar 6, 2014 | 15:19Police have been asked to attend school board meetings in Toronto
because the infighting and insults have gotten so out of hand. Do you still trust the trustees?
Ontario TodayCan you do drugs safely?Mar 5, 2014 | 51:34Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's death was ruled an accidental drug overdose. But he might still be alive, some doctors and drug advocates argue, if he'd had access to a controversial medication called Naloxone that reverses overdoses.