People make documentaries, not for money, they make them for love because they’re committed and have stories they want to tell and think they can make a difference…but it’s very precarious work, always. And now this.Michelle van Beusekom
Yellow Jack Podcast, Episode #5
(Ouimet Presents Episode #16)
Michelle van Beusekom had just returned from a vacation when the COVID-19 pandemic re-arranged her work at her new job at the Documentary Organization of Canada. Now she’s spending quality time with her cats while working remotely.
Here is her story.
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Hello Mom in Brazil, Canada calling
Crazy Way to Start a New Job
An industry at a Standstill
What Kind of World Do We Want to Come Back To
And about those cats
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Documentary Organization of Canada
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COVID-19 Prevention and Risk (Government of Canada)
Outbreak Updates (Government of Canada)
Government of Canada COVID-19 information portal
BC Government COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool
John Hopkins University COVID-19 Interactive Map
Yellow Quarantine Flag (Wikipedia)
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