The success of the economic recovery during COVID-19 depends upon your behaviour
Whether it’s re-opening our economy, getting the kids back to class, or keeping your regular dentist appointment – the recovery and success will depend on your comfort and your confidence that we will be able to do all of this safely as we face the challenges of COVID-19. Sarah Thorne, President and CEO of Decision • Partners is a behavioural researcher. She says we are all in a state of adaptive management. As much as we may think things have changed quickly, Thorne says our collective experience during this pandemic has been one of “slowing things down”. It’s causing us to think of what we’re doing, why we’re doing it and re-evaluating our values. As it stands now, her research suggests most Canadians are becoming active risk assessors and will make decisions now based on their own comfort and confidence that they and their families will be safe.
A salon in St. Catherines is still open for business for exposing a loop hole -- operating under teh guise of a film studio GUEST - Alicia Hirter, Owner of Chrome Artistic Barber in St. Catherines
Ontario's Bioethics Table is urging the province to end the need for consent before withdrawing a patient from life support if hospitals get overwhelmed during COVID-19. This is one of several recommendations made by the table. Jamil Jivani speaks with Dr. James Downar, head of the division of palliative care at the University of Ottawa and a member of the Provincial Bioethics Table. Listen to The Evan Solomon Show podcast on the iHeart radio app, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your podcasts.