The House

CBC Radio's The House: COVID's costs and immunity questions

On this week’s show: An Alberta woman who lost her father to COVID-19 shares her story and argues for changes to the government’s response. COVID Immunity Task Force co-chair Dr. Catherine Hankins discusses Canada’s approval of the Pfizer vaccine. Also, CERB recipients talk about an attempted clawback of some people’s benefits, a wide-ranging discussion with Justice Minister David Lametti and an exit interview with Sen. Murray Sinclair.

Here's what's on this week's episode of The House

The first vaccinations are scheduled for just days away, with up to 249,000 doses delivered by the end of the year. (Dado Ruvic/Reuters)
On this week’s show: An Alberta woman who lost her father to COVID-19 shares her story and argues for changes to the government’s response. COVID Immunity Task Force co-chair Dr. Catherine Hankins discusses Canada’s approval of the Pfizer vaccine. Also, CERB recipients talk about an attempted clawback of some people’s benefits, a wide-ranging discussion with Justice Minister David Lametti and an exit interview with Sen. Murray Sinclair. 48:36

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