Ep. 61 - Why Ontario's job numbers didn't go up

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Employment figures are recovering across the country - except in Ontario, which lost 65,000 jobs in May. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath explore what might help the province's ailing numbers. Also, is $14 billion in support from Ottawa enough to kickstart the nation's recovery? Not even close, says Premier Doug Ford. And the podcast caps off the week with a look at today's anti-racism protests.
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Jun 05, 2020
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