WHITEHORSE, YUKON—As the lockdown created by the global pandemic continues, so do the calls for fundamental change to address the structural injustices and unsustainability of our current economic and political systems. Social distancing and self-isolation mean that mobilization and solidarity just look a little different than they used to. Necessary isolation measures have begun to illuminate another pressing societal challenge: the mental and emotional health and well-being of our citizens and our communities.
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