April 14, 2021
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#305 Is There A Vaccine For Burnout?
GraceLife Church and Montreal riots against public health directives had us wondering why mainstream narratives are about vaccine hesitancy focus so much on racialized communities.
Tiffany Lam
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Kevin Sexton
Producer
Andréa Schmidt
Managing Editor, Podcasts
And journalists are burning out.
Freelance journalist Fatima Syed and Torstar Editor Evy Kwong co-host.
Further reading:
  • Evy’s piece to combat vaccine hesitancy here
  • StatsCan’s report on Canadian populations’ vaccine willingness here
  • Torstar’s Investigation on more mining contracts in Grassy Narrows here
  • More on the Canadian government tracking UFOs here
  • Erica Lenti’s Maclean’s piece on pandemic burnout here (The Reuters Institute study is here)
  • Darren Calabrese’s full Instagram Live here
This episode is supported by KilneSquarespaceDispatch Coffee and HelloFresh.
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