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Terry Guiel the Director of the Peterborough Downtown Business improvement Association talks about overcoming the area's image problem, particularly after the informal tent city appeared last summer; Author and academic Surat McCook talks about the threat that coffee leaf rust poses to the global coffee crop; Dr. Gerald Evans is an infectious disease specialist at Queen's University in Kingston. He explains what kind of protocol will be in place to process the hundreds of people who will be temporarily quarantined at CFB Trenton following their flight from China; Dr. Alan Drummond of the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians explains why there are advocating for 'red flag' laws that would give doctors the right to warn appropriate authorities if someone is deemed at risk to harm themselves or with a firearm; The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario has just clarified their policy on administering opiates - particularly when it comes to getting patients to taper off a drug. Dr. Norm Buckley of the Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Pain Research and Care at McMaster University in Hamilton offers his perspective.