Ep. 97 - Predicting the future in a pandemic world

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While some Ontario students are back in the classroom, many remain learning at home. And if parents were hoping for some clarity, they aren't getting it so far from the provincial government. However, given how precarious these times are, how much clarity is reasonable from the government? Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss. Also, updates on vaccines, the future of March break, and paid sick days.
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Feb 02, 2021
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