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Ontario Morning - March 28 2022 pt 2
Public health restrictions are easing, but the pandemic isn't in the rear view mirror just yet.
Ontario's wastewater data is signaling increased levels of COVID-19 as restrictions are lifted.
In Kingston, wastewater surveillance is showing a spike in case rates four times higher than January's peak of the Omicron wave. For more on this, we've reached Sarah Jane Payne.
She is co-lead for the Queen's University Wastewater Surveillance Initiative.
Canada Reads kicks off today! (March 28th)
Every year, five high-profile Canadians each select the one book they think all of Canada needs to read. Day-by-day, the competition thins...and one book is eliminated by panelists until a winner is crowned. This year’s theme is “One Book to Connect Us.” CBC’s Ali Hassan returns as host -- and he joins us today.
Well, it finally happened. After a disappointing loss to Costa Rica last week...The Canadian men's soccer team secured a spot in the World Cup -- for the first time in 36 years. They beat Jamaica on Sunday. Our next guest watched the historic win from the stands last night. Christian Hoefler is the head coach of men's varsity soccer at Queen's University. He's also a former U-17 Team Canada player.
Central bankers on both sides of the border are getting increasingly nervous about the inflation picture. That has boosted speculation that both the Bank of Canada and the U.S. Federal Reserve will be even more aggressive in their rate decisions. And that has all kinds of implications for Canada’s hot housing market…consumer debt levels… and the economy. Donna Guzik joins us with more on this, and what else we should look for this week in the world of business.