No ‘Flagrant Appeals To Fear’

The Public Health Agency in a confidential memo warned legislators to avoid “flagrant appeals to fear” in enforcing pandemic control measures. Trying to frighten Canadians was counterproductive, “coercive” and “manipulative,” said the memo: “Some people tend to have low trust in institutions and authority figures.”

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