Ep. 98 - Re-opening, take 2


The Ontario government has announced it will slowly start to lift COVID-19 restrictions in the province. On the podcast, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath look at what that means, and how the province plans to deal with cases of the new variants. Also, if neither the provincial government nor the federal government want to implement paid sick days, whose responsibility does it become? And what was the wildest day in Ontario political history? (hint: it has to do with former premier Bill Davis)
Feb 09, 2021
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