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Be sure to watch the latest episode of Up Close & Personal as Scott Sexsmith sits down with Ontario’s 25th Premier, Kathleen Wynne. Wynne will retire from politics after the June 2 provincial election. From forming a majority government in 2014 to losing party status in 2018 to going after it, this conversation covers it all. For previous episodes of Up Close & Personal, click here.

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Join hosts Scott Sexsmith and Michael Friscolanti and step into the village with our brand new podcast. You can check out all the episodes here. New episodes are uploaded every Wednesday evening. This week, Scott and Frisco met with NDP leader Andrea Horwath and others.

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From the press room

Sainte-Thérèse’s “monumental” music program returns with a to bloom. ‘It’s a long-awaited moment for these kids,’ teacher says of school hosting music review again after two pandemic-filled years