Accidental Deliberations: Saturday Morning Links

Assorted content for your weekend reading. – Justin Ling writes that the third wave of COVID currently swamping conservative-run provinces can be traced back directly to our leaders’ refusal to acknowledge and act on scientific realities. Nora Loreto discusses the super-spreader events in workplaces which governments have consistently covered up

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Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning Links

This and that for your Sunday reading. – Anya Zoledziowski discusses how we’re only facing a third wave of COVID-19 due to avoidable political choices, while the Globe and Mail’s editorial board laments the epidemic of political negligence which has resulted in severe consequences for public health and welfare. Elizabeth

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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material to start your week. – Eric Andrew-Gee reports on the likelihood that Canada’s current COVID casualty numbers are a significant underestimate. Sabrina Jones highlights how health professionals are begging for a serious response to the new dangers posed by COVID-19’s third wave, while Crawford Kilian comments on the

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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material to start your week. – Mariana Mazzucato responds to Boris Johnson by recognizing that capitalism has no viable answers for collective action problems such as the ones posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. – Scott Schmidt discusses how the familiar right-wing attempt to squeeze the wages and working conditions

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Accidental Deliberations: On priorities

For all the commentary Marco Rubio has managed to generate with his threat that Republicans may hate Amazon more than the workers seeking to organize it, nothing reflects the warped priorities of his party (and their Canadian cousins) than this passage: It is no fault of Amazon’s workers if they

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