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Siham Rayale of Oxfam Canada offers her reaction to the G7 countries' commitment to provide vaccines to other nations; Margaret Eaton of the Canadian Mental Health Association talks about 're-entry anxiety' that some might feel as life begins to resemble normal; Roberto Mangoni owner of the Che Figata restaurant in Bobcaygeon says they were fully booked as restrictions eased over the weekend; the situation remains frustrating for Sharon Smith the owner of Connect Hair Studio in Barrie. She and other personal-care providers are still prohibited from operating; Barrie councillor Mike McCann explains why he wants to see his city install a new sign - an eight foot steel sculpture of the word BARRIE with a heart; For the first time actors can get together to rehearse - as long as there are no more than ten of them - and they do it outside. André Sills is an actor with the Stratford Festival. He describes what it's been like to get together again and how it has been contending with the lockdown; Dr. Tara Kiran, a family doctor at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto outlines when people will be eligible for their second shot; Some of us who have taken in a new furry companion this year are noticing our pandemic puppies have behavioural problems. We find out what kind of issues can come up from Marcia Murray, a dog training instructor and canine behaviourist in Innisfil. She's seen the effects of lockdown syndrome on our four legged friends..