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Meanwhile, Windsor-Essex will be the only Ontario region stuck in Stage 1 — and Premier Ford is blaming the area’s farmers. Too many agricultural workers are getting sick, he said, and employers aren’t doing enough. "To the people in Windsor-Essex, I'm sorry, it's not fair,” he said. “I'd knock down a brick wall for farmers. They're the hardest-working people I know. But please cooperate. There's 8,000 temporary workers there.”
Ontario’s capital city is entering Stage 2 of reopening but what does that mean? Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath look at the logistics and the caution surrounding the move. While Toronto is moving forward with reopening, Windsor-Essex is not. Also, the federal government is grappling with how to bring workers back into offices safely. Has the pandemic changed office life forever?
After the 1861 death of her consort, Prince Albert, a devastated Victoria tries to rein in her children when they show signs of rebellion. In the first of a three-part series, learn about the domestic challenges of the widowed queen’s later years.
Calls are growing to defund the Toronto Police Service. Journalist Monika Warzecha examines the numbers.
Tonight on TVO
8 p.m. — The Agenda: Green Party leadership debate
Steve Paikin moderates the first of two candidates debates for the Green Party of Canada leadership contest. In the first instalment: Judy Green, Amita Kuttner, David Merner, Glen Murray, and Annamie Paul. On Wednesday: Meryam Haddad, Courtney Howard, Dimitri Lascaris, Dylan Perceval-Maxwell, and Andrew West.
10:10 p.m. — The Doctor Can See You Now
For nearly a decade, the small town of Chapleau, near Sudbury, went without a regular family physician, leaving the community isolated from consistent health care. In 2005, the new Northern Ontario School of Medicine aimed to change that by training doctors from northern Ontario for northern communities. Former nurse Doris Mitchell, from nearby Brunswick House First Nation, entered the school in midlife. She and two other graduates now serve as family doctors in their own communities, and have become models for innovative rural health care.