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Ontario Morning - Thursday November 26, 2019 - Part 2
Eric Arts coordinates the Covid research team at Western University in London. He explains why vaccines aren't manufactured her in Canada and when we can expect to received a COVID vaccine when one becomes available; For more than 70 years, the members of Cottam United Church in southwestern Ontario have put on a community turkey dinner for US Thanksgiving.Rick Mayea, one of the organizers, explained to the CBC's Tony Doucette how they are adapting this year; The Canadian Federation of Independent Business wants us to shop local on 'small business Saturday'.We ask marketing expert Bynn Winegard if she thinks the strategy will work; Our medical expert.family doctor Peter Lin explains how the effectiveness of vaccines are rated and what needs to be done before one will be available to fight the coronavirus.