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NDP MPP Peggy Sattler called the bill an abuse of power, and Liberal MPP John Fraser said parts of the legislation — including changes to how justices of the peace are appointed — are unrelated to the economic recovery.
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The minister of education is promising solid new equity policies for Ontario schools. But ensuring they actually work is going to take more than promises. Columnist John Michael McGrath examines the never-ending debate around high school streaming.
The pandemic has made more people aware of how few places there are to go. Reporter Diane Peters speaks to advocates such as epidemiologist Raywat Deonandan, who says it’s time to embrace bathrooms as infrastructure. “Public health had fallen in priority, but now it’s number one on people’s minds,” says Deonandan. “And public health includes public hygiene, which includes public bathrooms."
Steffanie Strathdee is an epidemiologist. Her husband, Thomas Patterson, is an evolutionary sociobiologist. But this couple’s expertise was no match for an antibiotic-resistant superbug that nearly killed Patterson. They talk to host Nam Kiwanuka about his treatment and recovery — the topic of their book, The Perfect Predator.
Outgoing federal Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie set out to settle on the differences and similarities between urban and rural voters.
Tonight on TVO
7 p.m. — Off the Beaten Path with Kate Humble
Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog, Teg, travel from the most northerly farm on mainland Wales, just outside Llandudno, to the sleepy hamlet of Nantmor in Snowdonia. Along the way, they experience the comeback of old-style shepherding, learn how canine power is saving lives on the mountains, and see a forest through the eyes of a pack of huskies.
8 p.m. — The Agenda in the Summer: Vivek Shraya
Do Twitter and Instagram help or hinder creative friendships? Author, visual artist, and musician Vivek Shraya talks about her book, The Subtweet — a look at friendship, creative connections, and the complicated racialized etiquette of social media.