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Ottawa pledges $115 million in humanitarian aid for Venezuelan refugees

MAAN ALHMIDI, THE CANADIAN PRESS | posted Thursday, Jun 17th, 2021

OTTAWA — International Development Minister Karina Gould says Canada will provide $115 million in aid over two years for more than 5.6 million Venezuelan asylum seekers living in countries in South and Central America and the Caribbean.

A donors conference Canada is hosting today aims to raise US$1.44 billion needed to implement a response plan put together by 159 organizations across the countries that host refugees and migrants from Venezuela.

Gould says the refugee crisis is having a significant impact on host countries especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Canada wants to help these countries in providing aid to Venezuelan asylum seekers including food assistance, health care, education and employment opportunities.

The representative for Venezuela of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the International Organization for Migration says the exodus of Venezuelans risks becoming a forgotten crisis as it is prolonged over time.

Eduardo Stein says host countries have shown solidarity with Venezuelan refugees during the COVID-19 pandemic but their national capacities have been dangerously strained by the virus.

He says the international community has the responsibility to support hosting countries to ensure regional stability, as a shortfall in funding would leave hundreds of thousands unprotected, with few options to rebuild a life in dignity.

The continued departure of refugees and migrants from Venezuela is one of the largest external displacement crises in the world with over 5.6 million people leaving the country in the last few years according to the UN refugee agency.

A group of 159 organizations have put together a US$1.44 billion plan to respond to urgent needs and to establish longer-term resilience and integration solutions for close to 3.3 million Venezuelans and host community members.

The UN refugee agency and the International Organization for Migration say the plan remains critically underfunded.

Gould says the goal of today’s pledging conference is to raise awareness and visibility of the crisis that is still underfunded, and to demonstrate international solidarity with Venezuelan migrants and refugees.

“It is a very fragile situation right now,” she says.

“For us, hosting this conference is about supporting and providing access to the basic necessities of life.”

Gould says Canada has decoupled the humanitarian crisis from the political crisis in Venezuela to avoid politicizing the assistance.

“That is a really important principle to stand by to ensure that (the aid) gets to the people who need it,” she says.

However, Gould adds the crisis in Venezuela is not the result of a conflict or a natural disaster but a political crisis and the only way to solve it will be through a political solution.

“Canada, through the work of the minister of foreign affairs and the Lima Group, is actively involved in trying to find a political solution,” she says.

Ottawa has contributed $86 million to support Venezuelan refugees since 2019, she says.

Last year, the organizations helping Venezuelan asylum seekers appealed for US$1.41 billion, but this appeal was just 47.1 per cent funded by the end of the year, according to he UN refugee agency and the International Organization for Migration.

The European Union and Spain hosted a donors conference last year where the countries and organizations participating in it committed to US$2.79 billion in funding, including US$653 million in grants.

This report was first published by The Canadian Press on June 17, 2021.

This story was produced with the financial assistance of the Facebook and Canadian Press News Fellowship.

Maan Alhmidi, The Canadian Press

A look at COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada on Wednesday, June 16, 2021

THE CANADIAN PRESS | posted Wednesday, Jun 16th, 2021

The latest numbers on COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada as of 4:00 a.m. ET on Wednesday, June 16, 2021.

In Canada, the provinces are reporting 446,839 new vaccinations administered for a total of 29,901,453 doses given. Nationwide, 5,239,384 people or 14 per cent of the population has been fully vaccinated. The provinces have administered doses at a rate of 78,897.159 per 100,000.

There were 1,618,010 new vaccines delivered to the provinces and territories for a total of 33,050,274 doses delivered so far. The provinces and territories have used 90.47 per cent of their available vaccine supply.

Please note that Newfoundland and Labrador, P.E.I., Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the territories typically do not report on a daily basis.

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting 37,800 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 378,914 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 723.628 per 1,000. In the province, 5.65 per cent (29,561) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Newfoundland and Labrador for a total of 430,890 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 82 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 87.94 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

P.E.I. is reporting 12,410 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 116,691 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 735.622 per 1,000. In the province, 10.92 per cent (17,326) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to P.E.I. for a total of 128,855 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 81 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 90.56 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Nova Scotia is reporting 62,847 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 705,565 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 722.991 per 1,000. In the province, 5.57 per cent (54,361) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were -100 new vaccines delivered to Nova Scotia for a total of 788,770 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 81 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 89.45 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

New Brunswick is reporting 63,303 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 602,894 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 772.901 per 1,000. In the province, 10.51 per cent (81,981) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to New Brunswick for a total of 642,695 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 82 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 93.81 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Quebec is reporting 91,732 new vaccinations administered for a total of 6,868,473 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 802.706 per 1,000. There were 511,290 new vaccines delivered to Quebec for a total of 7,597,539 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 89 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 90.4 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Ontario is reporting 184,989 new vaccinations administered for a total of 11,529,430 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 784.898 per 1,000. In the province, 13.87 per cent (2,037,751) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were 865,800 new vaccines delivered to Ontario for a total of 13,019,635 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 89 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 88.55 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Manitoba is reporting 14,641 new vaccinations administered for a total of 1,060,597 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 770.221 per 1,000. In the province, 15.88 per cent (218,659) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Manitoba for a total of 1,154,390 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 84 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 91.88 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Saskatchewan is reporting 6,880 new vaccinations administered for a total of 910,322 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 772.013 per 1,000. In the province, 18.45 per cent (217,512) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Saskatchewan for a total of 981,605 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 83 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 92.74 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Alberta is reporting 67,656 new vaccinations administered for a total of 3,480,407 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 790.634 per 1,000. In the province, 19.01 per cent (836,613) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Alberta for a total of 3,605,035 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 82 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 96.54 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

British Columbia is reporting 54,559 new vaccinations administered for a total of 4,102,905 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 799.541 per 1,000. In the province, 12.81 per cent (657,491) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were 239,850 new vaccines delivered to British Columbia for a total of 4,492,580 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 88 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 91.33 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Yukon is reporting 359 new vaccinations administered for a total of 55,844 doses given. The territory has administered doses at a rate of 1,338.19 per 1,000. In the territory, 62.21 per cent (25,962) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were 1,170 new vaccines delivered to Yukon for a total of 65,690 doses delivered so far. The territory has received enough of the vaccine to give 160 per cent of its population a single dose. The territory has used 85.01 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

The Northwest Territories are reporting 2,137 new vaccinations administered for a total of 57,215 doses given. The territory has administered doses at a rate of 1,268.091 per 1,000. In the territory, 58.47 per cent (26,383) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to the Northwest Territories for a total of 82,230 doses delivered so far. The territory has received enough of the vaccine to give 180 per cent of its population a single dose. The territory has used 69.58 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Nunavut is reporting zero new vaccinations administered for a total of 32,196 doses given. The territory has administered doses at a rate of 831.379 per 1,000. In the territory, 38.60 per cent (14,949) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Nunavut for a total of 60,360 doses delivered so far. The territory has received enough of the vaccine to give 160 per cent of its population a single dose. The territory has used 53.34 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

*Notes on data: The figures are compiled by the COVID-19 Open Data Working Group based on the latest publicly available data and are subject to change. Note that some provinces report weekly, while others report same-day or figures from the previous day. Vaccine doses administered is not equivalent to the number of people inoculated as some approved vaccines require two doses per person. The vaccines are currently not being administered to children under 12 and those with certain health conditions. In some cases the number of doses administered may appear to exceed the number of doses distributed as some provinces have been drawing extra doses per vial.

This report was automatically generated by The Canadian Press Digital Data Desk and was first published June 16, 2021.

The Canadian Press

How close is America to the end of democracy?

THE BIG STORY | posted Wednesday, Jun 16th, 2021

In today’s Big Story podcast, many Americans (and Canadians, and citizens around the world) hoped that once Donald Trump was out of office, and Joe Biden became president, the country would experience a snap-back towards political normalcy. That hasn’t happened. And driven by their fears of being ousted by Trump’s base, Republicans around the country are continuing to push the United States towards the brink.

How did this happen? When did Trumpism become the entire identity of the Republican party? Can America wake up to the threat posed to its most crucial institutions, or is it already too late?

GUEST: Peter Wehner, contributing writer at The Atlantic, senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Peter has worked in the three Republican presidential administrations previous to Trump’s.

You can subscribe to The Big Story podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google and Spotify

You can also find it at thebigstorypodcast.ca.

Canada in WTO talks on possibly waiving vaccine patents

THE CANADIAN PRESS | posted Tuesday, Jun 15th, 2021

BRUSSELS — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there is no single “silver bullet” to suddenly result in vaccines being available around the world.

Speaking in Brussels following a Canada-EU with European leaders, Trudeau says the issue of COVID-19 vaccine patents is complex, but the global goal is to get everyone around the world safely vaccinated as quickly as possible.

The World Trade Organization is in talks about the possibility of temporarily waiving intellectual property rights around vaccines. Those backing the move say doing so  would make it easier for developing countries to import the expertise, equipment and ingredients necessary to make their own COVID-19 vaccines.

European leaders have presented another alternative to the idea from Africa and India.  They believe a better solution is compulsory licensing, which is when a government OKs someone else making a patent-protected product without the owner’s permission.

The Canadian government has confirmed it’s in on the WTO talks around waiving vaccine patents, but after being asked repeatedly, Trudeau has yet to say what Canada’s position is on the matter.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 15, 2021.

The Canadian Press

Nearly 90% of Canadians willing to be vaccinated: poll

MICHAEL RANGER | posted Tuesday, Jun 15th, 2021

Many Ontarians expressed frustration at their inability to book vaccinations on Monday after the province accelerated second doses in areas where the Delta variant is spreading.

A new poll is suggesting the apparent high demand for a COVID-19 shot exists across the country.

The new data from the Angus Reid Institute suggests almost 9 in 10 Canadians are now either vaccinated, or willing to be vaccinated.

The number of people who are not sure about getting a shot, or said they want to wait, has fallen to the lowest point since Angus Reid began keeping track of the data last summer. Only 9 per cent of Canadians still say they will not get the vaccine under any circumstance.

Vaccine uncertainty remains the highest in Alberta and Saskatchewan, the two prairie provinces have a hesitancy rate (18%) that is almost double the rest of the nation.

Canada now leads all OECD nations in per cent of the population with a first dose, but the country falls all the way down to 31st when it comes to two dose coverage.

More than half of Canadians (57%) believe priority should now be equally placed on first and second doses. About one-quarter of respondents believe their province should continue prioritizing first doses – 16% say the second doses should become the focus.

Almost two in three Canadians now have one dose of vaccine, but slightly more than one in 10 have both doses.

Canada is pivoting to second doses rapidly, however, with 1.2 million people joining the fully vaccinated group just in the last four days.

The country’s vaccine rollout faced intense scrutiny in the early days but now more than half of respondents believe the federal government has done a good job securing vaccine doses. Just over one-quarter of respondents felt the same when asked in early March.

The country is poised to receive more than 8 million COVID-19 vaccine doses this week thanks to a massive infusion of shots from Moderna and a revised delivery schedule.

The federal government says the Massachusetts-based pharmaceutical firm will deliver a total of 5.8 million jabs in two separate shipments this week.

Canada to receive 9.5M vaccine doses this week thanks to influx of Moderna

LEE BERTHIAUME, THE CANADIAN PRESS | posted Monday, Jun 14th, 2021

Canada is poised to receive around 9.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses this week thanks to a massive infusion of shots from Moderna.

The federal government says the Massachusetts-based pharmaceutical firm will deliver a total of 7.1 million jabs in two separate shipments this week.

The first shipment of 2.9 million doses is scheduled to arrive and be sent to provinces in the middle of the week. The remaining 4.2 million will arrive later in the week, but won’t be sent to provinces and territories until next week.

Another 2.4 million doses are also due to come from Pfizer and BioNTech, which have been consistently delivering large weekly shipments since mid-March.

The shipments expected over the next seven days will more than double the number of shots Moderna has sent Canada’s way. The company had only delivered 6.2 million by the end of last week, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada.

The federal government has received more than 22.5 million Pfizer-BioNTech doses and nearly 2.9 million Oxford-AstraZeneca jabs, with another 1 million of the latter scheduled for delivery later this month.

Around 330,000 doses of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine were also delivered, but Health Canada has decided not to distribute them over concerns they may have been tainted.

The government also says it will not accept anymore Johnson & Johnson doses until an inspection of a Baltimore production facility that produced the previous batch.

While Canada is poised to receive millions of vaccine doses this week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced at the conclusion of the G7 summit in Britain on Sunday that Canada would be donating 13 million surplus jabs to poorer countries struggling to vaccinate their populations.

Trudeau said the donations would not affect Canada’s own immunization efforts.

“This global commitment on vaccines is in addition to and in parallel with our vaccine rollout at home,” he said. “We have millions of doses being delivered into the country each week, and every day more and more people get their first and second shots.”

The Prime Minister’s Office later provided a breakdown showing more than 7 million of the doses being donated are from pharmaceutical firm Novovax, whose vaccine has yet to be approved for use in Canada.

The remainder are AstraZeneca doses and shots from Johnson & Johnson that Canada bought through COVAX, an international vaccine sharing initiative.

All told, G7 leaders confirmed their intent to donate more than 1 billion doses to low-income countries in the next year.

That commitment falls far short of the 11 billion doses the World Health Organization said is needed to vaccinate at least 70 per cent of the world’s population and truly end the COVID-19 pandemic.

Canada has secured delivery of more than 100 million doses for the year — more than what’s needed to give its population of nearly 38 million two doses per person.

When will the border reopen? What will it look like when it does?

THE BIG STORY | posted Monday, Jun 14th, 2021

In today’s Big Story podcast, last week the federal government announced a tentative plan to announce a less-tentative plan for a July border reopening in the coming weeks. What we do know: It’ll be fully-vaccinated Canadians only who can skip the quarantine, and there will still be plenty of checks and balances.

What we don’t know: Almost everything else. After 15 months of near total shutdown, there are millions of Canadians anxious to see family they have missed, take a long-delayed vacation or even just catch a Jays game in Buffalo or Seattle. How easy will it be to do that? When should they count on being able to travel?

GUEST: Charlie Pinkerton, Deputy Editor, iPolitics.ca

You can subscribe to The Big Story podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google and Spotify

You can also find it at thebigstorypodcast.ca.

A look at COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada on Thursday, June 10, 2021

THE CANADIAN PRESS | posted Friday, Jun 11th, 2021

The latest numbers on COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada as of 10:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 10, 2021.

In Canada, the provinces are reporting 471,196 new vaccinations administered for a total of 27,715,799 doses given. Nationwide, 3,717,945 people or 9.8 per cent of the population has been fully vaccinated. The provinces have administered doses at a rate of 73,130.152 per 100,000.

There were 108,380 new vaccines delivered to the provinces and territories for a total of 30,444,634 doses delivered so far. The provinces and territories have used 91.04 per cent of their available vaccine supply.

Please note that Newfoundland and Labrador, P.E.I., Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the territories typically do not report on a daily basis.

Newfoundland and Labrador is reporting 32,586 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 351,144 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 670.594 per 1,000. In the province, 3.77 per cent (19,767) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Newfoundland and Labrador for a total of 396,830 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 76 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 88.49 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

P.E.I. is reporting 12,988 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 111,616 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 703.629 per 1,000. In the province, 10.65 per cent (16,901) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to P.E.I. for a total of 117,925 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 74 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 94.65 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Nova Scotia is reporting 55,352 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 663,840 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 680.235 per 1,000. In the province, 4.78 per cent (46,630) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Nova Scotia for a total of 724,260 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 74 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 91.66 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

New Brunswick is reporting 61,269 new vaccinations administered over the past seven days for a total of 560,759 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 718.885 per 1,000. In the province, 7.19 per cent (56,084) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to New Brunswick for a total of 640,695 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 82 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 87.52 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Quebec is reporting 87,713 new vaccinations administered for a total of 6,385,517 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 746.264 per 1,000. There were 21,700 new vaccines delivered to Quebec for a total of 7,086,249 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 83 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 90.11 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Ontario is reporting 182,350 new vaccinations administered for a total of 10,627,469 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 723.495 per 1,000. In the province, 9.53 per cent (1,399,776) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Ontario for a total of 11,688,315 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 80 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 90.92 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Manitoba is reporting 14,732 new vaccinations administered for a total of 989,281 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 718.43 per 1,000. In the province, 12.25 per cent (168,625) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were 63,050 new vaccines delivered to Manitoba for a total of 1,145,040 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 83 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 86.4 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Saskatchewan is reporting 16,787 new vaccinations administered for a total of 845,439 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 716.988 per 1,000. In the province, 14.15 per cent (166,824) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Saskatchewan for a total of 903,725 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 77 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 93.55 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Alberta is reporting 57,282 new vaccinations administered for a total of 3,215,144 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 730.375 per 1,000. In the province, 14.42 per cent (634,774) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Alberta for a total of 3,295,695 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 75 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 97.56 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

British Columbia is reporting 73,345 new vaccinations administered for a total of 3,823,103 doses given. The province has administered doses at a rate of 745.016 per 1,000. In the province, 8.64 per cent (443,562) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were 23,630 new vaccines delivered to British Columbia for a total of 4,252,730 doses delivered so far. The province has received enough of the vaccine to give 83 per cent of its population a single dose. The province has used 89.9 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Yukon is reporting 381 new vaccinations administered for a total of 55,213 doses given. The territory has administered doses at a rate of 1,323.069 per 1,000. In the territory, 61.58 per cent (25,700) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Yukon for a total of 64,520 doses delivered so far. The territory has received enough of the vaccine to give 150 per cent of its population a single dose. The territory has used 85.58 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

The Northwest Territories are reporting zero new vaccinations administered for a total of 55,078 doses given. The territory has administered doses at a rate of 1,220.727 per 1,000. In the territory, 55.15 per cent (24,881) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to the Northwest Territories for a total of 77,550 doses delivered so far. The territory has received enough of the vaccine to give 170 per cent of its population a single dose. The territory has used 71.02 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

Nunavut is reporting zero new vaccinations administered for a total of 32,196 doses given. The territory has administered doses at a rate of 831.379 per 1,000. In the territory, 38.60 per cent (14,949) of the population has been fully vaccinated. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Nunavut for a total of 51,100 doses delivered so far. The territory has received enough of the vaccine to give 130 per cent of its population a single dose. The territory has used 63.01 per cent of its available vaccine supply.

*Notes on data: The figures are compiled by the COVID-19 Open Data Working Group based on the latest publicly available data and are subject to change. Note that some provinces report weekly, while others report same-day or figures from the previous day. Vaccine doses administered is not equivalent to the number of people inoculated as some approved vaccines require two doses per person. The vaccines are currently not being administered to children under 12 and those with certain health conditions. In some cases the number of doses administered may appear to exceed the number of doses distributed as some provinces have been drawing extra doses per vial.

This report was automatically generated by The Canadian Press Digital Data Desk and was first published June 10, 2021.

The Canadian Press

Has TV reached the end of the ‘binge watch’ era?

THE BIG STORY | posted Friday, Jun 11th, 2021

In today’s Big Story podcast, when Disney+ launched its newest Marvel show, Loki, this week, it came with a marketing campaign: “Wednesdays (when new episodes of Loki will be released) are the new Fridays (when Disney previously released new episodes of Marvel and Star Wars shows).” The campaign means that Disney is choosing not only to release new episodes weekly, rather than all at once, they are actively using the weekly release model as a selling point.

The past year has seen a departure from the practice of ‘bingable’ shows that began in 2013 with Netflix’s House of Cards. It’s not often that disruptors eventually reject their own premise and take on the tactics of the traditional businesses they’re trying to replace. But this appears to be one example of just that. We’ll go inside the rise and fall of the binge watch.

GUEST: Norm Wilner, Sr. Film Writer, NOW Magazine

You can subscribe to The Big Story podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google and Spotify

You can also find it at thebigstorypodcast.ca.

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