Mental Health and Well Being During a Pandemic

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

A review our top stories of the week begins with a look at how Ontario's kids are doing more than a year into the pandemic. Then, Queen's Park reporters assess how the Ontario government is handling COVID-10, we look at the transition to virtual health care. Is it here to stay? And is male fertility declining worldwide? Finally, what is the province doing to help support mental health well-being during the pandemic.
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