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Why the Toronto van attack case cause trauma for people with autism (The Best of All in a Day, Mar 3 2021)

The man responsible for a deadly van attack in Toronto was found guilty of murder today -- after a judge rejected the argument that he was not criminally responsible because of his autism disorder. Two autism advocates tell us what they make of the ruling.

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How two ex-Ottawans are coping with the extreme weather in Texas (The Best of All in a Day, Feb 16/21)

A snowstorm with low temperatures may not be a big deal to Ottawans, but if you live in Texas, it's a dangerous situation. We check in with two Ottawans-turned-Texans about coping with power outages, ice and more.

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Why it may be too soon to reopen Ontario (The Best of All in a Day, Feb 9/21)

Epidemiologist Raywat Deonandan on the province's gradual reopening plan, and why it might be too soon to think about reopening in the first place.

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Why expanding the e-scooter program is a problem for people with disabilities (The Best of All in a Day, Feb 2/21)

The City of Ottawa is recommending an expansion of the e-scooter program this spring. We hear from the city's chair of the accessibility advisory committee about why that might not be a good idea.

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Ottawa winner of provincial anti-racism award

An Ottawan was one of the young leaders recently recognized by the Ontario government for doing work to fight racism and promote equity in her high school. We talk to Halimo-Kafia Mohamed Fourreh about her Lincoln M. Alexander award.

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How to get people to listen to pandemic orders

For the past week or so, we've heard variations of "stay at home and wear a mask" from public health and government officials Ten months into the pandemic -- why are some still not following COVID-19 rules, and how could public health authorities and government officials encourage them to do so? We talk to a behavioural scientist about that.

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How education assistants, admin & support workers are faring during school shutdowns (The Best of All in a Day, Mon Jan 11/21)

The provincial government announced an extension to virtual learning for elementary school students in southern Ontario, leaving education workers scrambling to find childcare - we hear about that from CUPE and other concerns

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Political Panel: The attack on the Capitol, and why Canada isn't immune (The Best of All in a Day, Fri Jan 8/21)

Our weekly political panelists, Susan Delacourt and Hannah Thibedeau, talk about the mob attack in Washington, the pace of COVID-19 vaccination in Ottawa, and the ethics vacations at this time.

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How Quebec's homeless will be affected by the new curfew (The Best of All in a Day, Thu Jan 7/21)

The Premier of Quebec has ordered a 8pm - 5am curfew to tamp down rising COVID-19 numbers. How will it affect the homeless population? We hear one advocate's concerns.

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Conservation authorities push back against proposed changes to Act

The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority talks about their concerns around changes slipped into the provincial omnibus budget bill.

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Anti-racism protest in Ottawa: What's next? (The Best of All in a Day, Nov 23/20)

Ottawa police chief Peter Sloly addressed the arrest of protesters in the early hours of Saturday morning. Planned talks with the police services board were called off after the arrests. We speak with community members about what they want to see happen now.

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How one composer turned WWII paintings into music

Kingston composer Dean Burry arranged an orchestral piece based on four of Alex Colville’s paintings. Ahead of Remembrance Day, the Kingston Symphony has released an excerpt from the Nijmegen Bridge, 1944 movement on YouTube.

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Stitching code into knitted art (The Best of All in a Day, Oct 16/20)

Artist Greta Grip is wrapping up a residency at the Diefenbunker, and she tells us about how he's knitted code into her woolly works of art.

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