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Adrian Petry with the St. Catharines Museum reflects on the LEGO challenge where members of the public were asked to build local landmarks out of LEGO
Justin Fitzpatrick & Toby Deutsch with Niagara EMS reflect on how they are doing community outreach & training on how to use PPE properly during these times
Tina Boccabella with Kettlebells Niagara speaks on why they had to cancel the fundraiser "Tow your weight for Project SHARE"
Executive Director for Wellspring Niagara Ann Mantini-Cilima speaks on the different programs they have to offer & how accessible they are as we enter phase 2 of the pandemic
Bruce Greenlaw a coach at the St. Catharines Boxing Club speaks on how they are slowly opening back up to its members & the precautions they are taking as they do so
Research Lead for Niagara Health Dr. Jennifer Tsang has done a lot of research on the effects of COVID-19 on those in the ICU. She enlightens us a little bit on how they are going about it
MP for St. Catharines Chris Bittle speaks on Canada's future economic model
Mike Strange & Sarah Pritula of Community Crew speak on the outcome of the 100 Challenge that recently took place
Ontario has moved into phase two of the reopening of the province and Clifton Hill is ready for visitors.