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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.
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.
April 14, 2021
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