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Contact Tracing: the economic realities for four Canadians mid-pandemic

We check in across the country for our ongoing series featuring four regular Canadians living through a year of the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on their families and finances.

We check in across the country for our ongoing series

A sign in front of an Ottawa clothing shop advises customers to wear a mask earlier in 2020. (Justin Tang/Canadian Press)

We check-in on four regular Canadians living through a year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Producer Tracy Fuller speaks with the people who agreed to share their stories as they navigate Canada's economic recovery from the coronavirus, in the second instalment of a series we call "Contact Tracing."

Did you miss the beginning of "Contact Tracing" in October? It's available below.

Click "listen" at the top of the page to hear this segment, or download the Cost of Living podcast.

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