Coronavirus: How the pandemic has changed the future of meat processing plants
Every Canadian workplace has felt the effect of COVID-19. Among the hardest hit are meat processing plants where outbreaks have infected hundreds of workers. All facilities are now back in operation with new safety measures in place. But the virus has sent a shudder through the industry. Is it time for a fundamental re-think of how it’s structured? Heather Yourex-West has more. Also, Dawna Friesen speaks with Temple Grandin, a professor and prominent proponent for the humane treatment of livestock for slaughter, about the future of the meat processing industry.