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The Times Keeper podcast is here

The Times Keeper podcast is here

I'm happy to share that you can now subscribe to The Times Keeper podcast in all the usual places you find podcasts.

The Times Keeper podcast will produce original journalism meant to help critical and curious Nova Scotians understand and explore the times we're living through together.  

There will be two episodes per week, one on Monday and another on Friday.  

Here are some links to the podcast in a few different podcast listening apps:  

Apple Podcasts  | Spotify | Podcast Addict | Amazon Music | Listen Notes | Radio Public | Breaker | Player FM | I Heart Radio | Overcast | Pocket Casts | Castbox | Stitcher | Google Podcasts

You can also listen to any episode of the podcast at timeskeeper.ca, or by clicking the play button in these emails. You can listen to today's episode below.  

001. A conversation about Nova Scotia's proof of vaccination policy with Françoise Baylis

Starting today Nova Scotians are required to show proof of vaccination in order to participate in all kinds of non-essential activities. So, our first episode is a conversation with Dalhousie bio-ethicist Dr. Francoise Baylis on the merits of the policy.

As I mention near the beginning of today's show, I'm not convinced this policy is as terrible as some of its opponents have made it out to be, but I'm also not convinced the policy is as uncomplicated as its supporters suggest.

We talk about the new policy, what's good about it, and what some of its unintended consequences might be.  

If you enjoy today's program and want to hear more like it, support The Times Keeper.

If you have feedback on today's show, or have a story to share about how this policy has impacted you, reply to this email or call The Times Keeper voicemail at 902.518.4013.