Solyanova Maria
Пандемия COVID-19: ключевые факторы развития политики Канады в социальной сфере // Общественные науки и современность. 2021. № 6. С. 73-90. DOI 10.31857/S086904990017875-4.
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DOI 10.31857/S086904990017875-4

Many studies focus on the COVID-19 pandemic, response mechanisms and response design. At the same time, it becomes more and more obvious that not only the study of economic policy and decisions made by the government in connection with the pandemic is acquiring relevance. As the spread of the disease continues, social problems and difficulties that political elites will have to deal with are exposed in Canadian society. Despite the fact that the government has taken unprecedented measures to expand assistance and social protection to the most vulnerable groups - low-income families, women, senior citizens, young people and children, low-skilled workers, self-employed, people with disabilities, etc. - the pandemic, however, has had a profound impact on society. The government will be forced to adapt its policies in the field of social protection and labor relations, in the field of health and education. This article seeks to explore the key social dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as factors that can influence the political decisions of the Canadian elite in the near future.


Keywords: Canada | pandemic | COVID-19 | social risks | social policy |

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