The campaign to build Kingston's first residential hospice; The problems for post-secondary students who graduate with lots of debt - and what can be done to ease the burden for them; Burlington Mayor Marianne Meed Ward previews today's meeting of the Large Urban Mayors Caucus with a focus on the cuts in provincial funding; A British think tank proposes a 9-hour work week to help stop rising temperatures; Two former Ministers of Health, Dennis Timbrell and Deb Matthews explain why they signed a letter calling on the province to reconsider cuts to health spending; Examining the impact of smart specialization in rural areas; Jay Rosales, co-host of 'That's a Rap Podcast' talks about the Raptors' playoff run.


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