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features Stories of abuse and trauma: Survivors say Ontario’s training schools failed children In-Depth For decades, at-risk children were sent to detention schools, where it’s alleged many were victimized a second time. More »
features Scenes from a prison farm: these inmates raise cattle, grow vegetables, make maple syrup and keep bees Ontario’s prison farm program was revitalized in 2019. How farm work and rehabilitation go hand-in-hand. More »
First Person I was a teenage UFO investigator who explored an infamous alien sighting near Ottawa Photos, secret documents and video suggested aliens had landed and the government had covered it up More »
First Person We investigated an alleged UFO sighting near Ottawa 'We didn’t find any answers but are convinced residents saw something mysterious' More »
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 »
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