Full show: How is the government doing?
What went wrong with Canada’s early warning pandemic system? We find out from a specialist in international affairs and intelligence gathering.
A Mississauga newspaper reports that international travelers arriving at Pearson airport are taking fines instead of quarantining or providing COVID-19 tests.
And are quarantine hotels legal? We hear from a lawyer from the justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms in Calgary.
And the global CEO of Ipsos public affairs, Darrell Bricker gives us an update on how Canadians feel the government is handling Covid-19’s second wave.
Plus, a major concern for Canada’s school-age children. School board chair, Dawn Danko and Harvey Bischof, president of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation are here to talk about the children.
Cardus executive vice president, Ray Pennings gives us the Christian view on the economy.
Wesley Wark, Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa. Specialist in International Affairs and Intelligence Gathering
Jay Cameron BA, LLB, Litigation Dir., Justice Centre for Freedoms
Darrel Bricker, Global CEO, Ipsos Public Affairs
Dawn Danko, Chair, Hamilton-Wentworth School Board Trustee
Harvey Bischof, President of OSSTF/ FEESO
Ray Pennings, executive vice-president of Cardus