Category: Covid

February 14, 2021

Covid Journal, February 14, 2021

Why should the Liberals push through an ‘internet tax’ when it’s already being shown to be a failure in other countries? In other news, the ‘vaccine panic’ being whipped up by Canada’s right-wing media is dangerous and will prove to be very costly in many ways. The blame game is running full speed ahead, but real solutions seem few and far between.

February 7, 2021

Covid Journal, February 7, 2021

Art will be one of the greatest casualties of the global response to Covid. So many great works will disappear from public halls and be shuffled into the basements of private collectors.

January 30, 2021

Covid Journal, January 30, 2021

In a dog-eat-dog world, what happens when companies are in breach of contract? Lawsuits. Lots of lawsuits. It’s time we stop playing the political blame game and consider the legal option for pharmaceutical companies that don’t deliver on what they promised.

January 25, 2021

Covid Journal, January 25, 2021

‘Stay in place’ measures are necessary to prevent Covid spread, but what are we doing to REALLY get at the largest volume of Covid deaths – ie. with the nation’s elderly? So far, tossing cash at greedy operators doesn’t seem to be doing the trick.