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This week reporter Marg. Bruineman is watching a new feature film called Good Grief, It’s Friday, which is full of characters and landmarks from the Barrie region. You can check it out on Amazon Prime.
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And if you missed it, this is what happened last week:
Last week, Toronto Maple Leafs reporter and lifelong fan Shawn Gibson spoke about why he doesn’t want blues and whites to win the trophy this year. In a shortened season and amid COVID restrictions causing a shortage of fans in the building, that wouldn’t mean a Cup parade either. He’d rather see them win everything for another year.
Longtime columnist Wendy King was also concerned about the fate of pets adopted during the pandemic. Many animals are now being brought back as people prepare for a possible return to their normal work environment. She calls it “an ugly trend” and feels bad for the animals.