Leadership: The Key to Stay at Home Policies

A lack of leadership and poor decisions are not what we need

Close your eyes. Now picture yourself on a sandy beach, a drink with an umbrella in your hand, the sound of surf interrupted only by another request to freshen up your drink. Sounds nice, right? For some lucky Canadians, now is the time of year when exactly that scenario would be taking place. And frankly, who couldn’t use a little getaway right about now?

Of course, this year is like no other, and we have all learned the art of the staycation, in our homes, with our kids, while baking, streaming and Zooming more than ever. (Except, of course, if you’re one of the politicians who flagrantly broke the stay-at-home rules to travel outside of Canada for a little R’n’R.)

Late in 2020 and early into this year, politicians such as these have taken a little personal time off followed by some forced time off:

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