Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday June 4, 2021

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Wildlife populations in Canada and around the world are declining. But there are also amazing stories of recovery. Dan Kraus, a Senior Conservation Biologist at the Nature Conservancy of Canada shares some with us; Rap music's road to recognition in Canada has been a complex one. We find out more from Mark V. Campbell, the founder of Northside Hip Hop Archive and an Assistant Professor in Music and Culture at the University of Toronto; Jodi Lloyd, the chair of the Simcoe County District School Board discusses reaction to the decision to keep kids out of classrooms for the rest of the school year - and the Premier's suggestion that all grades should hold a graduation celebration of sorts; Many Canadians did not learn about the history of residential schools because it wasn't a part of the school curriculum.That is changing. But there are calls for greater consultation with Indigenous elders and scholars.Colinda Clyne, the Curriculum Leader for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education, at the Upper Grand District School Board in Guelph tells us more; Edwin Ng contracted COVID-19 while working as a PSW at the Roberta Place long term care home in Barrie. He was subsequently put on a ventilator and then given a double lung transplant. He was recently given a hero's welcome when he returned home from the hospital. His son Joey tells us more; Canadian country singer Jade Eagleson grew up on the family farm in Bailieboro south of Peterborough. He tells about making the move - very successfully - to a career in music.

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