Co-operative Politics in the Time of COVID-19

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Co-operative Politics in the Time of COVID-19

Co-operation is replacing hyper-partisanship as Canadian politicians respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Can this become the “new normal?”

And how will co-operative federalism work to tackle the glaring gaps in long-term care and paid sick leave for workers who fear losing income so show up ill and spread the virus?

We asked Jody Wilson-Raybould, the Independent MP for Vancouver Granville and a previous contributor to Each For All.  Our discussion is wide-ranging and contemplates a society that puts people and health first, including rights recognition for Indigenous communities. This episode aired May 12, 2020.

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I love radio and pursue stories about people and communities working together to solve challenges creatively and often, with a lot of heart. It's the human side of the co-op model that intrigues me. That and any chance to travel, especially to smaller locales, where folks seem to know that co-operating just makes good sense!

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