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Ontario Morning - Wednesday May 12, 2021 - Part 2
We are fourteen months into the pandemic. So how are the people who have to pay attention to every development and every detail in order to keep us informed? We hear from Shannon Palus, a science reporter in Brooklyn and Matthew Barker a local reporter in Peterborough. The CBC's Logan Turner reports from Thunder Bay on new alcohol regulations being applied by the Grassy Narrows First Nation which could have implications for the application of 'inherent laws' across the province; Rob Benzie, the Queen's Park Bureau Chief for the Toronto Star discusses the anticipated extension of the provincial stay-at-home order and the prospects that students may yet return to classrooms before the school year ends; Kimberly Sutherland Mills from the Kingston Frontenac Public Library recommends some reading on the theme of birds.