On this edition of theBreaker.news Podcast, independent journalist Tristin Hopper, editor of The Capital, gives you the view from Victoria during the pandemic state of emergency.
Government is still operating, but the tourism industry has collapsed and homelessness is magnified. What next?
Dr. Roland Orfaly, CEO of the B.C. Anesthesiologists, tells host Bob Mackin about his members’ work on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Orfaly expresses concerns about staffing levels, and medicine and personal protective equipment supplies as public health officials consider the possibility of phasing-in surgeries that were delayed by COVID19.
And, you won’t believe your ears! Highlights (and lowlights) of the most error-riddled Vancouver city council meeting in the city’s 134-year history.
Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong at the April 14 virtual meeting for the civic government that budgeted $35 million on information technology and digital services this year.
Plus coronavirus headlines from the Pacific Northwest and Pacific Rim,
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