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Loan de Bock's husband Josh was an O.P.P. officer. He took his own life. Syd Gravel is a retired staff sergeant with the Ottawa Police who is a founder of the organization Badge of Life Canada. He and Loan are advocating to have Josh's name and other's who died in similar circumstances added to a national memorial; Lisa Xing, who covers Queen's Park for the CBC, looks at the current government's record on reducing carbon emissions; Cobourg's Chief of Police Paul Vandegraaf talks about their innovative response to the opioid epidemic; Business consultant Shelley Smith talks about bad bosses; Patricia Wood of York University, author of 'Citizenship, Activism and the City', provides some background on the climate emergency protestors Extinction Rebellion; Family doctor Peter Lin tells us about new recommendations about who should be screened for colorectal cancer; Darren Trafford tells us about the Manup program that he is helping to launch at Georgian College in Orillia.