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Kristopher Wells says federal government should address conversion therapy in the criminal code. It is the widely discredited procedure where attempts are made to change a person's sexual orientation; Reporter Fatima Sayed talks about some of the 227 clean energy projects that have been discontinued since the province cancelled the cap and trade carbon reduction program; Peterborough's Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Rosana Salvaterra previews tonight's summit on the opioid crisis; Gerry Dias of Unifor, that represents workers at Bombardier talks about what government might have done to prevent the 550 layoffs scheduled for the Thunder Bay plant; Nanobodies: family doctor Peter Lin explains how bacteria may be harnessed to battle cancer. Psychologist John Eastwood talks about boredom; Lucas McCann of CannDelta a cannabis consulting company addresses the problems that some municipalities may have dealing with what appear to be unregulated cannabis growing operations.