Ontario Morning - Thursday June 27, 2019 - Part 2

Ontario Morning from CBC Radio

Mike von Massow of the University of Guelph explains how Ontario pork producers may be particularly vulnerable to China's ban on Canadian meat; Putting spending in perspective. Financial advisor Shannon Lee Simmons says that little luxuries like that frozen coffee are unlikely to be the cause of most people's money problems; Geographer Phil Loring says that it's apt for the U.N. to use the term 'climate apartheid' to describe how the poor may be much more vulnerable to the effects of climate change; Dr. Seema Marwaha tells us how A.I. on a smart speaker or smart phone may be able to identify severe cardiac distress.

More From Radio/Ontario Morning from CBC Radio