Nova Scotia Premier, Nova Scotia, Stephen Mcneil discussed on The Current

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What happened here in our province is not who we are. We Are Strong. We are community minded and we take care of each other. So let's do that now. Let's do that together. The Nova Scotia Premier is heartbroken and bewildered as all of us spy the mass shooting in his province this weekend. We'll speak with Stephen McNeil and remember the victims from a beloved teacher. A retired firefighter to a family. Who are making the most of this pandemic quarantine by posting videos of kitchen parties and their time together. That's in just a moment. Also this morning health writer. Andre Picard on the challenge of morning in an era of physical distancing and later. I'm falling through the cracks on all of these programs. I know I'm not the only one that I know that there's many other Canadians in my shoes who feel overlooked who is not being helped by the financial aid offer during this pandemic the stories of those falling through the cracks and a French economist. Thomas Pickety has his way. We'll come out of this crisis with a better sense of how to close the gap between the haves and have nots in our society his prescription later this morning. Plus Nature Writer. Richard Loo on what this quiet moment means for the wildlife in our midst in appreciation of the natural world we begin though in Nova Scotia and the stories of lives lost. Good Morning. I'm Matt Galloway. And this is an extended edition.

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