Ontario Morning from CBC Radio
Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday March 25. 2020
25 Mar 2020 · 1 hr 1 min
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Many pet owners can be assured that they can still access vet clinics in the province. But they're operating a lot differently. Doug Raven of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association explains; Some manufacturers are mobilizing in the effort to control COVID-19. We hear from Dennis Darby the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters. Following that marketing professor Ken Wong Queen's University outlines the challenges facing many smaller businesses; Many cottage owners are leaving their homes to weather out the pandemic at their vacation properties, Our Haydn Watters gets local reaction to the unexpected influx of people; Dr. Patrice Lindsay with Heart and Stroke comments on the new recommendations with respect to using aspirin as a prophylactic; Husband and wife doctors Barb and Rainer Loiskandl recently retired. Now they find themselves back at their former practice helping in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic; Cortney LeGros at the Huntsville Public Library recommends some reads that suit Spring; Family doctor Peter Lin explains how young people can be vulnerable to a severe case of COVID-19; Jeremy Smith of Inksmith tells us how the company has switched from making 3D printers and robotics to creating specialized face shields for healthcare workers.
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