CANADA-U.S. LAND BORDER SET TO REOPEN IN EARLY NOV.: WHAT THAT WILL MEAN FOR YOU
Libby Znaimer is joined by Martin Firestone, President of Travel Secure Inc., Richard Smart, CEO and Registrar of Travel Industry Council of Ontario (TICO) and Dr. Frederic Dimanche, Director, Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
In the news: the U.S.-Canada land border is set to reopen to non-essential travellers who are fully vaccinated by sometime in early November. What does that mean for you if you are a Snowbird or plan on vacationing in the winter months? Our guests weigh in.
PROVINCE CALLING ON FAMILY DOCTORS TO CUT BACK ON VIRTUAL CARE AND TAKE ON MORE IN-PERSON VISITS
Libby Znaimer is joined by Dr. Peter Jüni, Scientific Director of the province’s COVID-19 Science Advisory Table followed by Dr. Adam Kassam, President of the Ontario Medical Association, and then Dr. Anna Holland, Family physician at Prince Edward Medical alongside Dr. Jason Profetto, family physician at Profetto Savatteri Family Medicine in Hamilton.
In the news: The Ford government is considering plans to exit stage 3 of the “Roadmap to Reopening” and lift additional pandemic restrictions as early as next week.
Meanwhile, Health officials for the province are calling on family physicians to cut back on virtual patient care and take on more in-person visits citing a health-care system that isn’t as burdened as it was earlier on in the pandemic.