Media

Till We Have Faces: An Analysis of COVID-19 and Public Policy

621 days since the declaration by the World Health Organization of a pandemic, this scholarly and comprehensive essay comes from Dr. Hindmarsh, a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and professor of history and theology in Vancouver, BC. As written by Dr. Steven Pelech in the foreword, “Dr. Hindmarsh has done a remarkable job in making this information accessible, and he accurately tracks the unfolding of the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequences of how societies have reacted to this threat so far.”

Read More

Viral Immunologist Dr. Byram Bridle Expertly Summarizes Key COVID-19 Concepts

Viral immunologist and Associate Professor Dr. Byram Bridle spoke to Druthers at a recent public event, where he expertly runs the crowd through an all-inclusive summary of the many nuances of the COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Bridle runs through the real-world results of the vaccination campaign, early treatment, managing the hostile environment in the scientific community, and explaining various flaws in the official policies.

Read More

Dr. Julie Ponesse | The Faith and Democracy Series

Dr. Julie Ponesse has joined The Democracy Fund as the Pandemic Ethics Scholar, lending her expertise in ethics to continue advocating for Canadians right to confidently make educated, informed medical decisions. Watch her powerful speech for the Faith and Democracy series.

Read More