Apr 14, 2020
From economies collapsing to not
being able to spend time with your family, friends or colleagues;
the crisis created by COVID-19 is precarious, it doesn't seem to
have a near end, and it is creating a lot of questions along its
Lucky for us, today we have a
full female powerhouse capable of delivering the answers we so
She was the 9th Deputy Prime
Minister of Canada and a remarkable woman who is still fiercely
plugged-in to the workings of the Government.
...She extraordinarily knows
what she talks about.
It's an honor to have
Anne McLellan joining us at The Inner
Circle, where we'll dive
deep all things related to COVID-19, the world as it exists today,
how will we come out of it, and the role of Government guiding us
through it all.
Let's start with it!
WHAT YOU'LL HEAR IN THIS EPISODE:
- We start with Anne's perspective on the COVID crisis and the
impact it is having on the world, and what she would compare it
- She talks of the pressure the Government and the systems have to
give an accurate solution, and what they are doing to reduce the
- Anne opines about the criticism that the Government is receiving
for how they are handling the crisis and the measures used to
control the infected.
- With the virus mutating, it could mean that the infection could
be in our lives for the next few years. Anne describes how the
world pos-COVID could look like, and how we will have to
- We compare and analyze the Canadian response vs the American
response to COVID-19.
- When the US-Canada border was shut down, it was a rude awakening
for us about the intensity of the situation. Anne describes what
will it take ––and when–– to reopen it.
- The airline business is one industry that is being tremendously
impacted; we explore what their reality may look like during this
- 1:03:36 - The oil market is another industry
suffering because of the crisis. Anne explains what it means to
Canada that an oil barrel that costs 25 dollars –or
- 1:11:23 - Anne comment on how will the world
crisis change how we do work, and if there is any good coming from
is a new experience for almost all of us."
is pretty frightening when all a sudden, you don't have any
the people who'd been laid off, how do we get them enough
all need to pull together; this is about doing what we can all do
in the best interest of all Canadians."
have a social responsibility to each other, to keep each other
the people who are angry, it is actually all up to us, if we social
distance, if we do what we are being asked to do, we will get
through this a lot faster."
are only as strong as the weakest link when it's an infectious
- "People will be just a little skeptical about
whether they want to take this chance with their
- "Technology will drive what the new industries
- "After the crisis, ...we need to be careful
hope this doesn't make us more distant from our
- "Human beings are amazingly
JOURNEY INTO THE INNER CIRCLE:
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