Fraser Institute Uses Coronavirus Pandemic to Push Dubious Claims About the Health Benefits of Plastic Bags - 2020-04-08

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F0.png Fraser Institute Uses Coronavirus Pandemic to Push Dubious Claims About the Health Benefits of Plastic Bags April 8, 2020, PressProgress

The coronavirus pandemic has caused many Canadians to rediscover their appreciation for public healthcare (which the Fraser Institute opposes) and frontline nurses (whom the Fraser Institute claimed are overpaid).

But the right-wing think tank has done some deep-thinking and would like to share with the world what it is most thankful for — namely, "plastic waste."

Writing in an e-mail this week titled "Suddenly, plastic is looking pretty good again," Fraser Institute President Niels Veldhuis told supporters "the coronavirus reminds us that public hygiene remains an important priority."

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