Philip Slayton, author of Sutherland House’s release Nothing Left to Lose, has some strong words about Canada’s response to the coronavirus. His essays on the Canadian government and its actions have appeared in a number of publications, including this recent article in The Globe and Mail: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-we-are-giving-up-our-freedoms-in-the-fight-against-covid-19-the/
If you’re concerned about the future of Canada and what a post-COVID country might look like, dive into Philip’s article. He’ll answer questions like these:
Does freedom – a true freedom of strong precepts rather than meaningless platitudes – interfere with what we must do to survive? And, if it does, how much freedom will we surrender to remain alive, free from disease, adequately fed and suitably housed? All of it? Some of it? None of it?