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More than 60 cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed on a cruise ship, leaving all of its passengers stuck in quarantine. We speak to an American real estate agent who is stuck on the ship. Meantime, Citizen Transit Commissioner Sarah Wright-Gilbert is calling for a transit fare freeze until the end of June to make up for the months of problems on Ottawa’s LRT system. We also play the Thousand Dollar Minute.
‘Birds of Prey’ hits the box office, but will it steal the show this weekend? Matt Demers talks about Margot Robbie’s latest work and the upcoming Academy Awards! Plus, what are the odds that Ontario’s teachers are issued work-to-rule directives?
A local realtor is in shock after her second luxury vehicle was stolen in a span of 18 months. Meantime, should ‘chair girl’ receive jail time? Criminal defense lawyer Ari Goldkind weighs in. Plus, a power outage and a switch issue leads to a rough outing for Ottawa’s LRT system.
Wuhan evacuees are getting settled into CFB Trenton today, after leaving the epicentre of the Coronavirus. In education news, Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce won't say whether or not he will legislate the teachers back to work.