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Eamonn O'Neill, a journalist and co-host of the Talk Media Podcast speaks to us from Edinburgh about the decision by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to postpone the country's reopening plans; Dr. David Pichora of Kingston Health Sciences Centre tells us about the emergency airlift of COVID patients from Kashechewan in northern Ontario; Angela Mashford-Pringle is an Algonquin scholar and assistant professor at the University of Toronto. She offers her reaction to the provincial government's promise of $10 million years to help search, identify and commemorate residential school burial sites; Ian Taylor of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association tells us about their initiatives to help attract new players to the game; Recent studies have found that more women are drinking more alcohol - not so much for pleasure - but to cope. Psychotherapist Ann Dowsett Johnston, the author of 'Drink' discusses the findings; Danielle Big Canoe Snake, a librarian at Chippewas of Rama First Nation offers some her suggestions for some reading to mark National Indigenous History Month; Alexander Braun, a professor of geophysics at Queen's University in Kingston explains how Ground Penetrating Radar works - the technology that was used to detect the remains of the children who died at the residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia; Cathy Walton tells us the inspiration for her book, 'Vanishing Barns: Remembering the Gentle Giants Through Photographs, Stories, Diaries and Genealogy.'