Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday October 4, 2019

Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday October 4, 2019

Ontario Morning from CBC Radio

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Former political candidate Betsy McGregor tells us about her new book 'Women on the Ballot'; Rob Cunningham of the Canadian Cancer Society discusses the discovery by the Mayo Clinic that the lungs of some people who vape resemble those that have been subject to toxic chemicals like in an industrial accident; Andrew Campbell is a Grade 5 teacher and education blogger. He offers his perspective on the possibility of a strike by CUPE support workers on Monday; Victoria Bell and her daughter Piper talk about their online campaign, CoVote where adults are are encouraged before they vote to take into account the opinions of younger people who aren't yet eligible to take part in the election; McMaster political scientist Peter Graefe talks about the lack of a grand vision in the current federal election; Paige Martin reports on the Ontario Hockey League for us. This time she tells about how some grandparents are helping out players; Hope Gray of the village of Merrickville- Wolford talks about winning Communities in Bloom.
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Former political candidate Betsy McGregor tells us about her new book 'Women on the Ballot'; Rob Cunningham of the Canadian Cancer Society discusses the discovery by the Mayo Clinic that the lungs of some people who vape resemble those that have been subject to toxic chemicals like in an industrial accident; Andrew Campbell is a Grade 5 teacher and education blogger. He offers his perspective on the possibility of a strike by CUPE support workers on Monday; Victoria Bell and her daughter Piper talk about their online campaign, CoVote where adults are are encouraged before they vote to take into account the opinions of younger people who aren't yet eligible to take part in the election; McMaster political scientist Peter Graefe talks about the lack of a grand vision in the current federal election; Paige Martin reports on the Ontario Hockey League for us. This time she tells about how some grandparents are helping out players; Hope Gray of the village of Merrickville- Wolford talks about winning Communities in Bloom.
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