Canada’s rollout of the vaccine: success or failure?
Confusion reigns during the first months of the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Minister of International Development, Karina Gould, talks about Canada’s role in the global distribution of the vaccine. Dr. Matthew Miller weighs in on the efficacy of the vaccine, and Dr. Shannon Macdonald talks about the plight of vaccinating indigenous peoples.
PLUS: Nurses against lockdowns are steadfast in getting their controversial voices heard about how they say lockdowns are causing more harm than good. Our multi faith panel gives insight into how their communities are dealing with the vaccine. We’ll speak with one lucky nurse named Lucky who’s had both of his shots.
The Honourable Karina Gould, Canada’s International Development Minister
Dr. Matthew Miller, Assoc. Prof. Depart. Biochemistry, McMaster University
Dr. Shannon McDonald, Acting Chief Medical Officer First Nations B.C.
Sarah Choujounian, nursing home nurse
Kristen Nagle, Nicu nurse
Lucky Aguila, Nurse, Rekai Centre
Rabbi Jordan Cohen, Temple Anshe Sholom, Hamilton
Raheel Raza, activist and journalist