Proroguing and passports


It was a busy week at Queen's Park. Just days after announcing a vaccine passport for the province, the Ontario legislature was prorogued until Oct. 4. In this week's episode, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath will have an update on that. They will also discuss the details of the vaccine passports and why small businesses are concerned. Also, the end of the truce between Doug Ford and Justin Trudeau. And why did the Ontario Covid-19 Science Advisory Table quietly release new modelling with no news conference?
Sep 07, 2021
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