A repost from 8 months ago because we are still making the same mistakes: “Lessons not learned from the SARS inquiry: The Precautionary Principle be expressly adopted as a guiding principle”

A question of hindsight: Why did officials wait so long? Many may not know that following the deadly SARS outbreak in Canada in the early 2000’s, an inquiry was held to determine what went wrong ( and quite a bit did ), how to fix it, and to learn from those mistakes in order toContinue reading A repost from 8 months ago because we are still making the same mistakes: “Lessons not learned from the SARS inquiry: The Precautionary Principle be expressly adopted as a guiding principle”

Reflections on Covid, the BCED back to school plan… and why we have to get it right.

Its 6 am in the morning and after grabbing a coffee, I’m sitting back in bed with my laptop propped on a pillow on my lap. It’s been 6 months since my kids went to school and looking back, opting not to send them in June at half capacity seems suddenly silly considering we areContinue reading Reflections on Covid, the BCED back to school plan… and why we have to get it right.

Lessons not learned from the SARS inquiry: The Precautionary Principle be expressly adopted as a guiding principle

A question of hindsight: Why did officials wait so long? Many may not know that following the deadly SARS outbreak in Canada in the early 2000’s, an inquiry was held to determine what went wrong ( and quite a bit did ), how to fix it, and to learn from those mistakes in order toContinue reading Lessons not learned from the SARS inquiry: The Precautionary Principle be expressly adopted as a guiding principle