The House

CBC Radio's The House: Fraying at the front lines

On this week's show: An Edmonton doctor reveals the "emotional fatigue" of working on the hospital front lines and families open up about loved ones in Alberta's hard-hit long-term care homes. Then, Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson explains the government’s new bill to set net-zero emissions targets, two activists talk about Canada’s policy on Uighurs and Hong Kong, and constitutional expert Laurence Tribe discusses Donald Trump’s reluctance to concede.

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

Health care workers put on personal protective equipment before testing at a drive-thru COVID-19 assessment centre at the Etobicoke General Hospital in Toronto on Tuesday, April 7, 2020. Health officials and the government have asked that people stay inside to help curb the spread of the coronavirus also known as COVID-19. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press)
On this week's show: An Edmonton doctor reveals the "emotional fatigue" of working on the hospital front lines and families open up about loved ones in Alberta's hard-hit long-term care homes. Then, Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson explains the government’s new bill to set net-zero emissions targets, two activists talk about Canada’s policy on Uighurs and Hong Kong, and constitutional expert Laurence Tribe discusses Donald Trump’s reluctance to concede. 50:10

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