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Ontario Morning - Wednesday June 9, 2021 - Part 1
We hear from some of the community leaders and members who addressed the vigil last night for the four members of the London family who were killed in what has been characterized as a hate crime; A report on the Ontario Public Service found that Black, Indigenous, disabled and LGBTQ2+ employees. faced "systemic racism, discrimination and employment barriers." it documented workplace toxicity, harassment and a culture of fear. We have reaction from Tanya Sinclair. She's the founder of the Black HR Professionals of Canada and director of talent management for Ryerson University. Megan Read has the business digest; Our tech columnist Manjuala Selvarajah reports on Twitter Blue which offers users more features - for a price; Students and activists toppled a statue of Egerton Ryerson in Toronto as a protest against colonialist policies towards Indigenous peoples.We talk to museum specialist Irina Mihalache from the University of Toronto about why removing statues is normal in human history and can be viewed as a positive change.