Michael Sabia: Turning a Crisis Into A Better Canada

published 1 month ago

Just days after the province declared a state of emergency for this COVID-19 crisis, Michael Sabia argued in the pages of the Globe and Mail that now is the time for governments to take bold action to reshape the economy. Six months in, are governments getting it right? Sabia, the director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto, and chair of Canada's Infrastructure Bank, discusses this with Steve Paikin.

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