Ep. 102 - 7 days that could change the pandemic

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When the history of the COVID-19 pandemic is written, last week may end up being a turning point. The week brought the announcement that vaccine doses would be spaced out, allowing more people to get vaccinated sooner. It also included the approval of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and more Pfizer doses. On the pod, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath dig into all the details. Also, how the NDP is giving the Green Party a run for their money, and why the National Housing Strategy means less money for affordable housing.
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Mar 09, 2021
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