Mourning in the midst of a pandemic April 25, 2020

from The House from CBC Radio· ·

This week on The House, Nova Scotia Sen. Stan Kutcher joins Chris Hall to talk about the impact of the Nova Scotia shootings — and how people in his province are coping. Then, an Ottawa physician discusses the concept of immunity passports — and their repercussions — as a stepping stone to reopening the economy in the absence of a COVID-19 vaccine. Plus, two political commentators debate whether Question Period is an essential service; Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau explains what’s being done to protect Canada’s food supply amid the pandemic and Canada’s Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations offers her …



This week on The House, Nova Scotia Sen. Stan Kutcher joins Chris Hall to talk about the impact of the Nova Scotia shootings — and how people in his province are coping. Then, an Ottawa physician discusses the concept of immunity passports — and their repercussions — as a stepping stone to reopening the economy in the absence of a COVID-19 vaccine. Plus, two political commentators debate whether Question Period is an essential service; Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau explains what’s being done to protect Canada’s food supply amid the pandemic and Canada’s Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations offers her perspective on the crisis from New York City, including how her past mental health struggles have helped her during this time.