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Interview Housing for all in Toronto is possible say urban planning experts As the city gentrifies, we need to consider the needs of all who live there. More »
Photo Essay The Toronto block that no longer exists: former Mirvish Village business owners on why it was so special “It was a gift from Ed Mirvish. And it allowed people to do creative things that they would not have been able to otherwise.” More »
Video There are seven breeds of dairy goats and they are all the cutest ever! Whether they're Alpines or Nubians, all goats have sparkling personalities. More »
Essay Farmers, ferris wheels and funnel cakes: inside a county fair 'We spent an entire season travelling to Ontario’s county fairs and fell in love with them.' More »
Article Single mom of 3 embraces new lifestyle on rural farm with tribe of goats ‘Goats seem to be just a little more in touch with humans than some other types of livestock.’ More »
Article Pioneering patient Shelly Sarwal was the first in Nova Scotia to donate organs after a planned death ‘I spent my life trying to help people. I could save five, six, seven lives. It hard for me to say no to that.’ More »
Point of View With only months to live, this woman taught me about dying with dignity ‘As I have always been in control of my life, I also need to be in control of the way I die,' said Dr. Shelly Sarwal More »
article Former autoworkers push government to fund electric car manufacturing at GM plant Proposal has financial, social and environmental benefits for the community, says study More »
Video “I’m probably like a stone in their shoe.” Why one man decided not to sell to a developer in Toronto The story behind the lone holdout building in the former Mirvish neighbourhood More »
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About CBC Docs POV

CBC’s point-of-view documentary series gets to the heart of issues that matter to Canadians. Celebrating the great Canadian tradition of documentary, Canada’s best filmmakers bring us films with compelling characters, harrowing tales and unforgettable moments. With unique and often unexpected access, these stories will ignite discussions and open dialogues about issues relevant in today’s society.