Taking Canada's pulse during the pandemic. How do we view the Next Normal?
I was meeting with a friend over coffee at a local Starbucks the day the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. It’s been more than 100 days since that happened. Needless to say, all of our jobs, our families, our homes have been disrupted when the pandemic forced a global economic shutdown. So, how have we coped so far? How have our values been re-shaped and re-focused? John Wright is a veteran pollster and a principal at DART Insights and Communications. He’s been taking the Canadian pulse during this pandemic. He joins us from his home office in Toronto.
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We talk to Joseph Galiwango - Head of the English department at Cedarbrae Collegiate Institute