Ontario Morning - Thursday February 25, 2021
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Lou Petrie is one of the owners of ECHO Hair Studio in Kingston. She talks about what it's like as customers finally have get a chance to get their done; Is Canada on the verge of a third wave in the pandemic? How serious could it be? Epidemiologist Cynthia Carr says a lot depends how we handle it; Our Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley outlines the province's schedule for mass vaccinations and discusses what some critics are saying about the government's planning - or lack of it; Next week, Canada Post will deliver one blank postcard with postage paid to every household in the country. Sylvie Lapointe tells us more about their program; Asha Tomlinson of The Fifth Estate tells us about their investigation into anti-Black racism at institutes of higher learning in Canada; Our happiness columnist Jennifer Moss talks about another side effect of the pandemic: brain fog; Barrie Mayor Jeff Lehman discusses the prospect of having to rethink reopening in light of a growing number of infections in the area; Maxine Olive of Belleville has completed a 40,320-piece epic Disney puzzle. And she hopes that she set a world record in the process.
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