Archive: Healthy People, Karen Mock

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Why are some people healthy and others not? The answers are the most intriguing we've heard. So we've asked Dr. John Frank back for round two on this discussion. Dr. Frank is an epidemiologist and the Director of Population and Public Health at the Canadian Institutes for Health Research. His lectures at the University of Toronto's Mini-Med School are standing room only. My next guest always wanted to be a teacher, but little did she know that one day, she would be educating an entire nation. Karen Mock is the executive director of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation. She is also one of this country's foremost authorities on hate crimes. And she's our next X Factor profile.
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The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
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The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.
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OPINION: We need the logistics for storing and transporting vaccine, sufficient personnel, and digital capacity. These aren’t abstract concerns — and they're going to get even more real very soon.