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Sweden during Covid-19

How Sweden Has Faced the Virus Without a Lockdown

‘Life Has to Go On’ Swedish public health officials expect that more than a quarter of Stockholm’s inhabitants will have been infected by May.Yet last week:Picnickers flocked to parks in Stockholm last week and were sun tanning at Sickla beach in Nackathe. Sweden has not...

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Survival of the Fittest

Now that our political leaders have admitted that there is no answer yet on how we’re going to deal with the “new normal” because of COVID-19 (models as per the government – extension 2-4 weeks at a time and currently indicated that the May long...

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Living standards during Covid-19

How to secure living standards in Canada

Five weeks into our social distancing and lock down experiment, all I remember is being bombarded by the early news that focused on only two elements. How to flatten the infection curve to allow the hospitals to ramp up capacity for when the pandemic really...

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Reflections

In the nearly 40 years that our business has been in existence, we have witnessed a lot of different upheaval. From a postal strike that nearly crippled our business in the very first year of operations to what is now commonly referred to as a...

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