Lean Out returns from hiatus (and Manhattan!), for an action-packed fall ahead
Let me re-affirm also...my paid subscription continues because, while you and I don't vote the same I value your perspective and that of those who join you on Lean Out.
May you easily exceed your CBC income.
Welcome back! Can’t wait to read your work again.
We appreciate your refreshing insights that lead us to suspect that we just possibly might not be insane...
Thanks Tara, it felt as if I was there myself in the big apple. Glad to see you are back full of energy and compelling ideas.
Reading this makes me so want to go back to Manhattan, Tara. The place has to be experienced although you give it good feel with description. And I'm so looking forward to following you this fall on Lean Out. Keep it up, and keep them fires lit!
I’ve been an eager and loyal reader and listener since your first post, and am excited for the Fall lineup. I’ve just upgraded to a paid subscription as I really value your work and the guests you bring on. Canada needs your voice, and Canadians need more voices like yours to get sanity and common language back. Thank you and welcome back!
Statistics Canada in a 2021 analysis said most pandemic victims were over 85, had dementia or Alzheimer’s and “may have been at a high risk of dying over this period regardless of the pandemic.” However 2021 Census figures would show in more detail “how the pandemic has profoundly altered population growth,” wrote analysts.
“Increased Covid-19 deaths may be attributable to the disease taking a heavy toll on people who have been at a high risk of dying over this period regardless of the pandemic,” StatsCan wrote in a report Briefing On The Impact Of Covid-19 On Seniors. Coroners’ figures showed “the majority of Canadians who died from Covid-19 were residents of long-term care homes,” it added.