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This spring, Laura Soutar-Hasulo started a lawn sign campaign called "Hate Has No Home Here." And now Londoners are contacting her to get the signs to show their solidarity following the killing of four members of a Muslim family; Have you put on the 'Quarantine 15'? The CBC's Antonia Reed looks into the pressure people might be feeling to return to their pre-COVID appearance; Robert Benzie, the Queen's Park Bureau Chief for the Toronto Star, reports on the Ford government's decision to invoke the notwithstanding clause in order to overrule a court judgement that went against them; Jesse Walker tells us about 'Dine In 705' that he created to help support local restaurants; In spite of all the controversy about returning to classrooms, some kids are thriving doing online learning. We find out more from Jeff Cadence from the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association; Family doctor Peter Lin talks about the optimal spacing of doses and how effective the current COVID vaccines are against the new delta variant; James Rilett of Restaurants Canada says many establishments are facing labour shortages since many employees migrated to other industries that have provided more stability; Author Lauren McKeon discusses her new book "Women of the Pandemic: Stories from the Front Lines of COVID-19."