If authorities fail to be consistent in managing the pandemic, the numbers of the disaffected are bound to increase.
Protesters rally against COVID-19 restrictions in Vancouver in April 2020. These types of demonstrations have continued throughout the pandemic, and while many participants come from the fringes of society, they may be a harbinger of a less deferential populace, writes Andrew Caddell. Photograph courtesy of Flickr/GoToVan
OTTAWA—The COVID-19 pandemic is enough to give a semanticist fits.
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