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Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday March 4, 2014

Noisy playing field problem in Kingston; Muskoka homeshare pilot; O.P.P. and alleged profiling of migrant workers; wineries coping with cold and snow; Ottawa Report; Ontario rural summit; preserving Pitch pines

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Ontario Morning from CBC Radio Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday March 4, 2014 Mar 4, 2014 | 44:03Noisy playing field problem in Kingston; Muskoka homeshare pilot; O.P.P. and alleged profiling of migrant workers; wineries coping with cold and snow; Ottawa Report; Ontario rural summit; preserving Pitch pines
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Ontario Morning from CBC Radio Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday April 23, 2012 Apr 23, 2012 | 47:27Author Nikolas Barry-Shaw told us about his book Paved With Good Intentions: Canada's development NGOs, From Idealism to Imperialism. London wants to hear your vision for the city. City planner John Flemming told us more. Ontario teachers face a rising number of false accusations of mistreatment by their student. We heard more from educator Jon Bradley. Can peer pressure encourage more organ donors? We talked to Ronnie Gavsie at the Trillium Gift of Life Network. Walrus magazine editor Rachel Giese explains her argument from a recent article that we may have taken our concerns about bullying too far. The historic Woodlands estate on Lake Simcoe is up for sale for a mere $17 million. We got details from owner Mark Porter. Our resident doctor Peter Lin told us more about a recent study on the effects of alcohol.

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