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Ontario Morning - Friday March 5, 2021 - Part 2
Hundreds of pharmacies in Toronto, Kingston and Windsor-Essex will start administering the AstraZeneca vaccine to people ages 60 and 64. Justin Bates of the Ontario Pharmacists Association tells us about the pilot project; What's going on with Britain's royals? Stacy Lee Kong, of the pop culture newsletter Friday Things, talks about the recent battle of words involving Megan and Harry; Long term care homes in the province are still struggling under the weight of the pandemic. A CBC News investigation has revealed that some long term care homes are still cutting corners with screening and infection control practices. We have reaction from Tamara Daly, the director for the Centre of Aging Research and Education at York University; Asha Tomlinson talks about the CBC Marketplace investigation into possible racial bias in real estate appraisals; And Reed Ellis talks about maintaining a public ice rink just steps from his home on Lake Couchiching.