[WATCH] Chris Sky from Back to Work discusses long term economic effect of prolonged lockdown

Chris Sky, founder of the non-profit organisation 'Back to Work' explains the effects of lockdowns on small Canadian businesses that comprise 97% of the Canadian economy.
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In this INN Exclusive, Chris Sky; founder of the non-profit organisation ‘Back to Work’ explains in detail what the effects of perpetually prolonging the lock-down measures in Canada will have on small business, that comprise 97% of the Canadian economy.

Back To Work is found on Facebook under #BackToWork

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