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Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday June 25, 2019 Ontario Morning from CBC Radio

    • News & Politics

Erin McLean of McLean Berry Farm in Buckhorn explains why this year's harvest has been delayed and what we can expect from the crop; Matthew Jason Dever has been appointed to province's advisory panel on autism. He and three of his children are on the spectrum. He explains how he hopes a new minister in charge of the portfolio may be able to create a policy more supportive of families in need of help; Law professor Kent Roach explains how Bill C-59 will affect Canadian security efforts; John Done describes how cuts to legal aid funding by the province are affecting their clinic in Kingston; Graham Haines comments on a study that shows that Airbnb has removed over 30 thousand locations from traditional rental ; Rayyan Kamal talks about the efforts of No-Fly List Kids to prevent innocent people from being mistaken for those on the government's no-fly list; There are beluga whales and narwhals - and now there is a narluga. Paul Szpak of Trent University explains how he and his team confirmed the existence of this unlikely hybrid animal.

Erin McLean of McLean Berry Farm in Buckhorn explains why this year's harvest has been delayed and what we can expect from the crop; Matthew Jason Dever has been appointed to province's advisory panel on autism. He and three of his children are on the spectrum. He explains how he hopes a new minister in charge of the portfolio may be able to create a policy more supportive of families in need of help; Law professor Kent Roach explains how Bill C-59 will affect Canadian security efforts; John Done describes how cuts to legal aid funding by the province are affecting their clinic in Kingston; Graham Haines comments on a study that shows that Airbnb has removed over 30 thousand locations from traditional rental ; Rayyan Kamal talks about the efforts of No-Fly List Kids to prevent innocent people from being mistaken for those on the government's no-fly list; There are beluga whales and narwhals - and now there is a narluga. Paul Szpak of Trent University explains how he and his team confirmed the existence of this unlikely hybrid animal.

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