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Cover 1
Half Title Page 2
Title Page 4
Copyright Page 5
Table of Contents 6
Acknowledgments 12
Reviews 14
INTRODUCTION: Overview of COVID-19: Old and New Vulnerabilities 18
SECTION A: WHO DOES WHAT? CHALLENGES AND DEMANDS OF CANADIAN FEDERALISM 46
CHAPTER A-1: Have the Post-SARS Reforms Prepared Us for COVID-19? Mapping the Institutional Landscape 48
CHAPTER A-2: COVID-19 and First Nations’ Responses 66
CHAPITRE A-3: Réflexions sur la mise en oeuvre de la Loi sur la santé publique au Québec dans le contexte de la pandémie de COVID-19 86
CHAPITRE A-4: La COVID-19 au Canada : le fédéralisme coopératif à pied d’oeuvre 96
CHAPTER A-5: Pandemic Data Sharing: How the Canadian Constitution Has Turned into a Suicide Pact 108
CHAPTER A-6: The Federal Emergencies Act: A Hollow Promise in the Face of COVID-19? 122
CHAPTER A-7: Resisting the Siren’s Call: Emergency Powers, Federalism, and Public Policy 132
CHAPTER A-8: Municipal Power and Democratic Legitimacy in the Time of COVID-19 144
SECTION B: MAKING SURE SOMEONE IS ACCOUNTABLE: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE RESPONSIBILITIES 156
CHAPTER B-1: Ensuring Executive and Legislative Accountability in a Pandemic 158
CHAPTER B-2: Good Governance: Institutions, Processes, and People 180
CHAPTER B-3: The Duty to Govern and the Rule of Law in an Emergency 192
CHAPTER B-4: Does Debunking Work? Correcting COVID-19 Misinformation on Social Media 200
CHAPTER B-5: The Media Paradox and the COVID--19 Pandemic 218
CHAPTER B-6: Governmental Power and COVID-19: The Limits of Judicial Review 228
CHAPTER B-7: Liability of the Crown in Times of Pandemic 240
CHAPTER B-8: Balancing Risk and Reward in the Time of COVID-19: Bridging the Gap Between Public Interest and the “Best Interests of the Corporation” 250
SECTION C: CIVIL LIBERTIES VS. IDEAS OF PUBLIC HEALTH 264
CHAPTER C-1: Civil Liberties vs. Public Health 266
CHAPTER C-2: Privacy, Ethics, and Contact--Tracing Apps 282
CHAPTER C-3: Should Immunity Licences be an Ingredient in our Policy Response to COVID-19? 294
CHAPTER C-4: The Punitive Impact of Physical Distancing Laws on Homeless People 304
CHAPTER C-5: The Right of Citizens Abroad to Return During a Pandemic 316
SECTION D: EQUITY AND COVID-19 328
CHAPTER D-1: How Should We Allocate Health and Social Resources During a Pandemic? 330
CHAPITRE D-2: COVID-19 et âgisme : crise annoncée dans les centres de soins de longue durée et réponse improvisée? 346
CHAPTER D-3: Fault Lines: COVID-19, the Charter, and Long-term Care 356
CHAPTER D-4: The Front Line Defence: Housing and Human Rights in the Time of COVID-19 372
CHAPTER D-5: COVID-19 in Canadian Prisons: Policies, Practices and Concerns 384
CHAPTER D-6: Systemic Discrimination in Government Services and Programs and Its Impact on First Nations Peoples During the COVID-19 Pandemic 398
CHAPTER D-7: Spread of Anti-Asian Racism: Prevention and Critical Race Analysis in Pandemic Planning 410
CHAPTER D-8: Migrant Health in a Time of Pandemic: Fallacies of Us-Versus-Them 424
CHAPTER D-9: Not All in This Together: Disability Rights and COVID-19 436
CHAPTER D-10: Weighing Public Health and Mental Health Responses to Non--Compliance with Public Health Directives in the Context of Mental Illness 450
SECTION E: THIS JOB IS GONNA KILL ME: WORKING AND COVID-19 462
CHAPTER E-1: Privatization and COVID-19: A Deadly Combination for Nursing Homes 464
CHAPTER E-2: A View from the Front Lines of a COVID-19 Outbreak 480
CHAPTER E-3: Occupational Health and Safety and COVID-19: Whose Rights Come First in a Pandemic? 490
CHAPTER E-4: Risking It All: Providing Patient Care and Whistleblowing During a Pandemic 504
CHAPTER E-5: Worked to the Bone: COVID-19, the Agrifood Labour Force, and the Need for More Compassionate Post--Pandemic Food Systems 518
SECTION F: GLOBAL HEALTH AND GOVERNANCE 528
CHAPTER F-1: “Flattening the Curve” Through COVID-19 Contagion Containment 530
CHAPTER F-2: The Plausibility and Resolvability of Legal Claims Against China and WHO under the International Health Regulations (2005) 550
CHAPTER F-3: COVID-19 and Africa: Does “One Size Fit All” in Public Health Intervention? 560
CHAPTER F-4: Border Closures: A Pandemic of Symbolic Acts in the Time of COVID-19 572
CHAPTER F-5: COVID-19 and Accountable Artificial Intelligence in a Global Context 588
CHAPTER F-6: International Trade, Intellectual Property, and Innovation Policy: Lessons from a Pandemic 596
CHAPTER F-7: COVID-19 Vaccines as Global Public Goods 608
Biographies 618
Back Cover 649

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