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Stewart Prest's Media Interviews about COVID-19

May 14, 2020
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May 13, 2020: "Spanish flu offers good lesson in re-opening during pandemic" (Surrey Now-Leader column)

April 8, 2020: "Canadian federal government updates COVID-19 emergency response benefit" (News 1130)

March 27, 2020: "Ep 182: Money printer go brr" (Politicoast)

March 27, 2020: "Have politicians responded adequately to issues stemming from COVID-19 pandemic? (PART I)" (CFAX 1070)

March 27, 2020: Have politicians responded adequately to issues stemming from COVID-19 pandemic? (PART II) (CFAX 1070)

March 24, 2020: "COVID-19: Measures to combat coronavirus spread to stay for at least a month: B.C. gov't" (The Vancouver Sun)

March 24, 2020: "State of Emergency issued in B.C. during COVID-19 outbreak" (Fairchild TV)

March 23, 2020: "COVID-19: Measures to combat coronavirus spread to stay for at least a month: B.C. gov't" (The Province)

March 23, 2020: "Will COVID-19 lockdown put Canadian 'civil liberties in jeopardy'?" (News 1130)

March 22, 2020: "What does declaring a state of emergency mean for a city?" (The Globe and Mail)

March 17, 2020: "Ontario, Alberta and B.C. have declared emergencies. Here's how that helps" (The Toronto Star) 

March 14, 2020: "In the time of coronavirus, what are your rights?" (The Toronto Star)

Bio: Stewart Prest is a limited term lecturer in the Department of Political Science at Simon Fraser University.

Disclaimer: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in these media interviews belong solely to the interviewees, and not necessarily to Simon Fraser University's Department of Political Science.