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Ruth Noordegraaf, the director of housing and social services for Kingston tells us about a plan to transform a city-owned building into affordable housing for the local Indigenous community; As COVID restrictions are lifted in the U.S. and the U.K., there's been speculation that pets will be returned en masse. But is there reason for concern? Barbara Cartwright of Humane Canada says the situation is different here; Rubina Ahmed-Haq explains the new criteria for the mortgage stress test; Neil Kudrinko and Jessica Roberts talk about their efforts to have their small home town of Westport officially declare Pride Week; Charlie Pinkerton of iPolitics discusses reaction by the federal political parties in Ottawa to the revelation of the unmarked gravesite discovered at the former residential school in British Columbia; Ted Williams, Chief of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation offers his reaction to discovery of the children's graves in British Columbia and of concern locally that boating parties are being help near traditional burial grounds on Lake Couchiching; The Habs take the series from the Leafs. Josh Clipperton of the Canadian Press tells us about last night's season finale for Toronto. .