How is Rural Ontario Coping Amid Covid?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

How are rural communities in the province faring through the pandemic. We discuss the effect it's had on local economies, public health infrastructure, as well as the influx of city dwellers to those communities. With Dr. Jennifer Young, family physician; Al MacNevin, mayor of the Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands; Marg Isbester, mayor of Greater Napanee; and Catherine Redden, municipal councillor, Trent Hills.
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