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Pep Guardiola ja s a Manchester... i Mourinho tamb! La temporada a la Premier promet, amb Pep i Mou convivint a poca distncia l'un de l'altre, l'un al City i l'altre al United. Manchester s aquesta temporada la capital de la Premier i el "Tot Gira" hi t el seu corresponsal, el Pol Gustems. Cada cap de setmana entrem al "Pol Trafford".
 
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We began this podcast series by exploring the behavioural and perceptual effects this pandemic has had on us and what will be the lasting impact. We learned that changes will actually come slowly, but the changes will be long lasting – perhaps even generational. We’ve learned that the future of work is no longer about working from home. It’s now ab…
 
We know there will be a second wave of COVID-19. And it’s likely to hit us before the end of this calendar year. We also know that some countries, like Canada, have managed to crush the curve. Still, there are regions of the world where the curve continues to rise – particularly in Brazil, India and the United States. So, the daily news can be exha…
 
Some good news, if not great news, on the research front. There are 147 COVID-19 vaccines in development and 17 of them are into the human trials. Professor Nikolai Petrovsky is the chairman of VAXINE – an Australian based company that is undertaking an international effort to develop a COVID 19 vaccine. He and his team started human trials on July…
 
The past few episodes of the NEXT NORMAL have focused on the SECOND WAVE of the COVID pandemic – likely to hit us in the next 4 of 5 months. While there’s still a lot we don’t know about this strain of the coronavirus, we have learned a lot since it was detected in December of last year. Much of that knowledge has come from an historic and piercing…
 
Economies are in various stages of reopening across the country. But we do so with one eye on the SECOND WAVE which is expected to hit in the late autumn and last into the winter of 2021. Are we ready for it. We’ve been asking that question of late from a number of perspectives. In this episode, we look at some of the science lessons and medical le…
 
We often talk about the heroes of the pandemic and that brings our front line healthcare workers to mind almost immediately. What does the Next Normal look like for them as we approach the possibility of a second wave of COVID-19? What the learnings they have had as they've faced down the COVID crisis? Tim Guest is President of the Canadian Nurses …
 
Mark Henick is a Mental Health advocate and host of the podcast So Called Normal. There are some voices and expert thinkers among us who believe the "second wave" of the coronavirus pandemic may not be as severe as we had originally expected. But they do say it's coming and with it we will begin to see the true fallout of the "first wave" - the bus…
 
They’ve been dubbed the “COVID Cohort”. They are the high school grads, the class of 2020, who had fully intended to attend the college or university of their choice in September. But the pandemic upset those plans as it has done in almost aspect of our lives and livelihoods. Post-secondary institutions across the country and around the world are m…
 
We have constantly talked about how we must re-invent, re-think, re-calibrate our economy, our personal and professional lives and our long-standing institutions as we respond to the COVID pandemic. Healthcare and education have been front a centre for most families across the country. But the justice system may have faced the greatest challenges, …
 
I was meeting with a friend over coffee at a local Starbucks the day the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. It’s been more than 100 days since that happened. Needless to say, all of our jobs, our families, our homes have been disrupted when the pandemic forced a global economic shutdown. So, how have we coped so…
 
We spent the first three months of the pandemic saying we need to trust the science and scientists. But we've also seen a good deal of frustration around mixed messages - Lancet withdrawing the hydroxychloriquine research, and the WHO taking its "learning as we go" approach to this novel coronavirus. Two things have happened. We have a better under…
 
Economies are re-opening across Canada and around the world as we emerge from the first wave of the COVID pandemic. Some regions are opening more slowly than others, primarily because of the number of active coronavirus cases still being reported. While this has proven to be a balance between public health and the need to reignite business on main …
 
Has COVID 19 contributed to the rage and rallying we’ve seen in the wake of George Floyd’s death at the hands of police in Minneapolis? Has COVID-19 accelerated the end to what’s been called The American Century? David Schultz is a professor of political science and constitutional law at Hamline University in Minnesota. It’s his view that the pande…
 
Navigating the long term care system in Canada has never been easy. In fact, at best it could be qualified as frustrating, infuriating and exhausting. That has only been amplified by the onset of the COVID pandemic. It has also highlighted the urgency needed to address the appalling state of long term care homes and the sheer neglect and abuse suff…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare a number of areas our lack of preparedness – both on an individual and institutional level. And nowhere has it been more obvious than when we consider the state of Long Term Care facilities in Canada. Coronavirus Outbreaks overwhelmed the system to the point where Ontario and Quebec asked the federal government t…
 
What does the future of work look like in this COVID-19 era? Lisa Taylor - President of Challenge Factory and author of the Talent Revolution. She and her team are on the forefront of helping Canadians prepare for the Future of Work… In part two of our conversation, Lisa says our initial reaction to the pandemic was a crisis response and we reacted…
 
The pandemic has disrupted every part of our lives. None more so than your work life. Many of you have lost your jobs. Many others have had their hours reduced and almost everyone who is still working has been working remotely from makeshift home offices. Is this a glimpse of the future of work? Is the home office really going to be default posture…
 
COVID-19 has tested our resilience – the resilience of our economy, of our businesses, of our families health and well-being, and the resilience of our leaders. And the greatest tests are still to come, particularly as we wade through the process of re-opening economies across Canada and around the world. One of the major challenges will be balanci…
 
Don't Fence Me In was written by Cole Porter and Robert Fletcher and Roy Rogers sang in the 1944 movie – Hollywood Canteen. The idea of wide open spaces has always been a metaphor for freedom and healthy living… But here we are in the midst of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic and we are rethinking the safety and security of our open spaces. Even when we …
 
Whether it’s re-opening our economy, getting the kids back to class, or keeping your regular dentist appointment – the recovery and success will depend on your comfort and your confidence that we will be able to do all of this safely as we face the challenges of COVID-19. Sarah Thorne, President and CEO of Decision • Partners is a behavioural resea…
 
The effort to restart and regenerate economies across the country is proving to be more art than science. It’s But it’s a choreography that leans towards improv over planning. We’ve never faced this before. So governements, public health authorities and business are having to process this as we go. And there’s only one opportunity to do it right. H…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the areas of neglect and concern that have been hiding in plain view. That includes the matter of FOOD SECURITY. The coronavirus pandemic has only increased the pressure on an already pressured food bank network across Canada. FOOD SECURITY at the dinner table is one thing. But what about the SECURITY of the FOOD…
 
In this second of two parts of the NEXT NORMAL, we continue our conversation with Professor Nikolai Petrovksy – the director of endocrinology at flinders medical centre with a conjoint position as professor of medicine at flinders university in Adelaide, Australia. He and his team of international researchers are on the forefront of the effort to d…
 
Professor Nikolai Petrovsky leads a team of researchers that is bound and determined to develop a vaccine to the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. While that task is immediate and urgent, and his team isn’t the only one looking for the secret sauce to solving the pandemic, the structure of their consortium may well be the greater benefit if i…
 
Julie Marshal is with the World Food Project. She tells The NEXT NORMAL, as many as 300,000 people could die per day - over the next 3 months if WFP doesn't get the funding urgently need to reach people with humanitarian assistance. 821 million people go to bed hungry every night all over the world, chronically hungry, and as the new Global Report …
 
In this episode you will meet Dr. Sharon Burey. She is a Consultant Behavioural Pediatrician and the President of the Pediatricians Alliance of Ontario and she joins us from her office in Windsor, Ontario. Dr. Burey is particularly concerned about the lack of COVID-19 studies that include children in the research. She is also worried about current …
 
In this episode you will meet Ujwal Arkalgud – a cultural anthropologist. He’s the co-founder and CEO of Motivbase. He and his team are studying how we are and will live in a world with covid-19. He says as much as we may think changes are happening quickly, history says we are slow to embrace change even in the face of the most challenging times. …
 
This is DAY 59 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Friday, May 8, 2020 <<<<>>> We are winding down the COVID-19 Daily Podcast as of tomorrow, Friday, May 8th. But, we are going away. We’re going to shift direction. These past seven weeks have been spent focused on the Outbreak of the coronavirus that brought us the COVID-19 pa…
 
This is DAY 58 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Thursday, May 7, 2020 <<<<>>> We are winding down the COVID-19 Daily Podcast as of tomorrow, Friday, May 8th. But, we are going away. We’re going to shift direction. These past seven weeks have been spent focused on the Outbreak of the coronavirus that brought us the COVID-19 …
 
This is DAY 57 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 Some dire projections from the former head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the US. Tom Frieden testified before a congressional committee in Washington on Tuesday and suggested the coronavirus death toll will exceed 100 thousand in t…
 
This is DAY 56 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 SKY NEWS is reporting: Researchers at Los Alamos National Laboratory in the US detected 14 mutations in the COVID-19 virus. Their research paper suggests the mutated strain of coronavirus that has become dominant across the world was first identified in Eu…
 
This is DAY 55 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Monday, May 4, 2020 <<<<>>> As economies begin to re-open in countries around the world, the international focus is turning to vaccine and treatment research. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took part in a virtual meeting of international political and industry leaders on Monday…
 
This is DAY 54 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Sunday, May 3, 2020 <<<<>>> We are going to feature an extended conversation with iHeart Radion Canada’s Medical Correspondent Dr. Mitch Shulman. We’ll get his take on WHAT’S NEXT as we begin to reopen our economies across the country. That’s coming up later in the podcast. Th…
 
This is DAY 53 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Saturday, May 2, 2020 <<<<>>> Provinces across the country are preparing to re-open their economies in the coming days and weeks. As we noted in yesterday’s episode, that will have at varying paces depending on the circumstances in each province. That comes with questions of w…
 
This is DAY 52 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Friday, May 1, 2020 <<<<>>> He wasn’t saying when he’d be ready to allow businesses to open up but he told businesses to be ready. Today, Ontario’s Premier Doug Ford announced measures that will allow limited non-essential businesses to get back to work as of May 4th. <<>> Ont…
 
This is DAY 51 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Thursday, April 30, 2020 <<<<>>> We are now into the WHAT’S NEXT phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. What’s next for your job, what’s next for the economy and what’s next for our kids. We’ll talk more about how you may want to talk to the kids about WHAT’S NEXT…that’s coming up la…
 
This is DAY 50 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 <<<<>>> A major pharma firm made headlines in the US and around the world today. Gilead Sciences released data from a US government study that suggests the drug REMDESIVIR showed encouraging results in the treatment of of COVID-19. The trial suggests …
 
This is DAY 49 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, April 28, 2020 <<<<>>> New COVID-19 modelling shows curve flattening in Canada but the model suggest there could be up to 3,883 deaths by May 5. Meanwhile the prime minister and premiers release guidelines to reopening economy across the country. Yesterday, Quebec ann…
 
This is DAY 48 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Monday, April 27, 2020 <<<<>>> Sam Roberts kicked off Canada’s virtual benefit concert on Sunday evening. The 90 minute show – STRONGER TOGETHER – was broadcast by all major Canadian broadcasters on multiple platforms. The event was intended to help raise money for Food Banks …
 
This is DAY 47 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Sunday, April 26, 2020 <<<<>>> Getting back to business in the face of this pandemic…certainly won’t be business as usual. We’re all learning to work together while working in isolation. But how will that isolation culture affect our willingness to gather in large crowds in th…
 
This is DAY 46 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Saturday, April 25, 2020 <<<<>>> We are devoting this episode of the podcast to the one of the most pressing issues during this pandemic…and that’s Food Security. Food Banks were already stressed prior to COVID-19. But now, with more than a million Canadians losing their jobs …
 
This is DAY 45 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Friday, April 24, 2020 <<<<>>> Canada’s star power is getting set to support food banks across this country. This weekend, Canada’s major broadcasters will be presenting Stronger Together: Tous Ensemble at 630 Eastern Time Sunday evening. It will feature performers, artists, a…
 
This is DAY 44 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Thursday, April 23, 2020 <<<<>>> The COVID-19 death toll in Canada surpassed 2 thousand as of Thursday morning. For context, the 1000th death in Canada was reported 8 days earlier. Saskatchewan is the first Canadian province to lay out a transition plan that will allow pandemi…
 
This is DAY 43 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 <<<<>>> Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced measures to support university students who have lost summer or post-graduation jobs. The PM unveiled a $9 billion package in support. Ontario Premier Doug Ford had to clarify comments he made Wednesday …
 
This is DAY 42 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 <<<<>>> As we wrap up the sixth full week of the pandemic, the most pressing and often asked question is WHEN will we begin to return to something that resembles a routine that involves activities outside of our own homes? And even when we are able to o…
 
This is DAY 41 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Monday, April 20, 2020 <<<<>>> COVID-19 cases continue to rise at various rates across the country. And the current circumstance at Long Term Health facilities has put pressure on medical and front line healthcare staffing. The Ontario Medical Association has partnered with a …
 
This is DAY 40 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Sunday, April 19, 2020 <<<<>>> While Canadian political and public health leaders appear to be singing from the same hymnal, the relations between Washington and the state capitals has been less productive. We’ll talk about that coming up in the podcast. US President makes uns…
 
This is DAY 39 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Saturday, April 18, 2020 <<<<>>> The focus for governments across Canada is how best to safely transition from the current pandemic restrictions to something that resembles something closer to daily routines that take us out doors and into the office. We’ll talk about how the …
 
This is DAY 38 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Friday, April 17, 2020 <<<<>>> The big question for most of us is WHEN will we see the pandemic restrictions eased? When will you be back to work? When will the kids be back to school? When will we be able to get together for beverages after work? As we told you in yesterday’s…
 
This is DAY 37 of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know on Thursday, April 16, 2020 2020 <<<<>>> Would it hurt to try a little kindness? School kids in Toronto strike up a theme for care-mongering And how are Canadian leaders fairing during this COVID crisis? We’ll get a pulse on their latest approval ratings. That’s coming up later i…
 
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