In such uncertain times, what basic rights do Canadians have? How are the vulnerable populations being protected? How do we know what is required by law and what is a suggestion? Michael Bryant, Executive Director of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association sheds much needed light on some of Canadians' top concerns regarding the COVID-19 crisis and the implications they could have on our lives.
There's talk of smartphone tracking, heat maps and social media trails that could put Canadians' privacy at risk. But with emergency measures, people may feel compelled to overshare in the name of the public good. How much should we be sharing with our governments? And when is it too far? Brenda McPhail, Director of Privacy, Technology & Surveillance Project at Canadian Civil Liberties Association, discusses the fine line that separates personal privacy with the pursuit of public health.
Rob Piroli, owner of Piroli Group takes us through the measures being implemented at Seacliff Manor Retirement Residence in Windsor to keep their residents safe and healthy. He also discusses Piroli Group's construction initiatives and the steps taken to ensure workers are being protected, while completing current projects for the community.
Football broadcaster and journalist Adriano Del Monte speaks to us from his Milan apartment about the latest news about Serie A, the uncertainty behind the suspension of European soccer leagues and how Italy is coping with the COVID-19 crisis one day at a time.
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, David Lametti appeals for national unity during the current COVID-19 crisis. He speaks to us directly from Ottawa about the federal government working to address shortages in protective gear for healthcare workers, keeping our healthcare system open and accessible and the importance of social distancing.
Mexican Ambassador to Canada – Juan Jose Gomez Camacho – appeals for unity during the COVID-19 health crisis. With the latest updates from Mexico to Mexican-Canadians and all citizens in general, he has one simple but significant request: follow the social distancing and self-isolation guidelines from your government.
Halftime Show guest and fellow Serie A supporter, Sonja Cori-Missio, joins TLN’s Serie A Halftime host Camila Gonzalez to talk about the suspension of professional sports, her volunteering efforts during the pandemic and the harrowing story of how her parents were stranded at sea after a Valentine’s Day cruise.
As construction sites are deemed an essential workplace, many in the industry feel concerned or unsure of where they stand. Dave Wilkes is the CEO of BILD (Building Industry and Land Development Association), a non-profit organization working to improve industry and government relations and protecting the interests of its members and consumers. TLN journalist Camila Gonzalez speaks with Wilkes about COVID-19's effect on the construction industry as he answers the most important questions Canadian workers might have.
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Dr. Ron Nusbaum from Back Clinics of Canada shares some tips and advice for staying home, working remotely and keeping your body and mind healthy during isolation.