We discuss the COVID-19 pandemic with Dr. Peter Singer, special advisor to the director general of the WHO, Dr.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. We ask him about a vaccine, schools, Canada's and the U.S.' pandemic response and the criticism of the WHO. We take your texts and calls: Would you get the COVID-19 vaccine? Should it be mandatory? Then...we head to Lebanon where a huge explosion took place in Beirut. We speak with Aya Majzoub, Lebanon Researcher at Human Rights Watch, who is on the ground at the explosion site.
We go over the WE Charity scandal and dig into how it could impact the entire charity sector in Canada. We speak with Kate Bahen, managing director of Charity Intelligence about the damage this scandal could cause the sector. Then, Evan discusses a Zoom funeral and seeing his parents for the first time in months. We ask you: What do you miss most during the pandemic?
We hear from Joe Cressy, Toronto City Councillor and Chair of Toronto Board of Health, about newly released race-based COVID-19 data. Then… we chat with Denise Warriner, the sister of a woman with COVID-19 who died in hospital but wasn’t notified of her condition for 11 days.
First…. Lisa Raitt, former PC MP and Deputy Leader of the Opposition, joins us to talk about Trudeau’s testimony on the WE Charity scandal. Then….we chat with Brad Hunter, National Crime columnist for the Toronto Sun, about the recent documents revealed in the case against Ghislaine Maxwell. After…we talk with Robert Burko, CEO of Elite Digital, about how someone paid nearly 200 people to have positive WE stories promoted on Google.