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Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday June 8, 2021
Wendy King with Barrie wrote a column titled "Are You Ready for Post-Pandemic Life?". She outlines some of her insecurities about life returning to 'normal'; Nadia Hasan of the National Council of Canadian Muslims offers her reaction to the killing of four members of the same family in London; and other attacks on members of her community; Rob Benzie, the Queen's Park bureau chief for the Toronto Star reports on the provincial government's decision to begin step one of reopening earlier than scheduled; Dr. Lisa Simon, the associate medical officer of health for the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit, talks about the recent spike in opioid overdoses; Jordan Press of the Canadian Press explains an Oppostion Day motion that was passed unanimously calling on the federal government to drop any litigation against First Nations children who, along with certain family members, the government has been ordered to compensate because of the impacts of the child welfare system in this country. It also called on the government to accelerate its work to implement the calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission; Zeba Hashmi lives in London and knew the family who were deliberately struck and killed by a man driving a truck in what is being characterized as a hate crime; Jeff Suddaby, the owner of 3 Guys And A Stove in Huntsville, talks about getting ready for a limited reopening.