Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday December 8, 2021

Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday December 8, 2021

Ontario Morning from CBC Radio

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Can you coach your brain to better deal with the effects of sustained uncertainty? We talked to Sarah Kennell, National Director, Public Policy at the Canadian Mental Health Association. Replacing a stiff upper lip with a song in the heart. A new campaign seeks to shift our ideas about masculinity by using music to connect men to their emotions. We spoke to Humberto Carolo and Frank Russo. A new report tallies up how much money it will cost to fix up Ontario's hospitals, schools and other public buildings from climate change. Peter Weltman, Ontario's Financial Accountability Officer joined us. Canada is considering a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing 2022 Olympics while the U-S has already made it clear they're taking that stance, to draw attention to China's human rights abuses. But how effective is this and other kinds of boycotts and what are the consequences for the athletes? We talked to Olympic watcher and former Olympian Angela Schenider. Counting down the top books in Kingston this year. Liz Coates joined us to tell us about the ones with the most holds at the public library. Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is helping parents and caregivers learn more about COVID vaccinations for children five to eleven. Dr. Colin Lee, Associate Medical Officer of Health, joined us to tell us about a virtual Q & A they're hosting tonight.
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Can you coach your brain to better deal with the effects of sustained uncertainty? We talked to Sarah Kennell, National Director, Public Policy at the Canadian Mental Health Association. Replacing a stiff upper lip with a song in the heart. A new campaign seeks to shift our ideas about masculinity by using music to connect men to their emotions. We spoke to Humberto Carolo and Frank Russo. A new report tallies up how much money it will cost to fix up Ontario's hospitals, schools and other public buildings from climate change. Peter Weltman, Ontario's Financial Accountability Officer joined us. Canada is considering a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing 2022 Olympics while the U-S has already made it clear they're taking that stance, to draw attention to China's human rights abuses. But how effective is this and other kinds of boycotts and what are the consequences for the athletes? We talked to Olympic watcher and former Olympian Angela Schenider. Counting down the top books in Kingston this year. Liz Coates joined us to tell us about the ones with the most holds at the public library. Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit is helping parents and caregivers learn more about COVID vaccinations for children five to eleven. Dr. Colin Lee, Associate Medical Officer of Health, joined us to tell us about a virtual Q & A they're hosting tonight.
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