Ontario Morning - Friday July 12, 2019 - Part 1

Ontario Morning from CBC Radio

Deputy chief economist with Scotiabank, Brett House, explains why the country's economy is on the rebound right now, but trade uncertainty has many economists concerned; Emily Cude of Transition to Less Waste explains how they are helping to make the Canterbury Folk Festival waste-free; Michael Hurley is the President of the Ontario Council of Hospital Unions. He says the Ontario government is "on track to deliver a patient access crisis"; Councillor Mike McCann explains the motion he put forward Barrie's city council in hopes that residents will be able to leave basketball nets on the street; Wellington County have decided to launch their own ridesharing option, the county's director of economic development explains the effect it could have on residents; TV critic Di Golding gives recommendations for small screen watching this weekend; A mass resignation of the board of the children's aid society that serves the Brantford area will take place today. The 11-member board claims it's underfunded and that they can't fulfill their mandate. Kevin Hodge, the vice-president of the board explains their decision; In Peterborough this weekend you can get a professional photograph taken of your dog or cat. And it's all for a good cause. We speak with the woman behind the camera.

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