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Ontario Morning - Thursday January 14, 2021 - Part 1
Clinical psychologist Skye Fitzpatrick offers her perspective on a study by the Human Resources firm Morneau Shepelle that found that around 35% of all supervisors and employees had concerns about the mental well-being of a colleague; Megan Read has the business digest; Are you guilty of 'time theft'? Our workplace columnist Rubina Ahmed-Haq explains; Jonathan Walford of the Fashion History Museum in Cambridge talks about what how the pandemic has changed the way we dress.
Grand Chief of the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne talks about how the pandemic has affected his community and the arrival of the vaccine; Duana Taha is the author of The Name Therapist. She talks about the most popular baby names; Keneshia Grant a political scientist at Howard University in Washington, D.C. discusses impeachment proceedings against President Trump and where they might lead in the last few days of his administration; Why haven't recent lockdowns been effective enough? Family doctor Peter Lin talks about the various strategies being used to battle the coronavirus; Andrea Horwath, the leader of the official opposition outlines her objections to the Ford government's approach to fighting the pandemic; Looking for something to do during the lockdown. Manjula Selvarajah has suggestions.