Tony Chapman explores what reinvention could look like for businesses, governments and people when all of this is over.
"Mae Mary Bellevance, my mother, was born in 1930, on a small farm outside of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. For the first ten years of her life, during the Great Depression, her family struggled to survive.
As a result, my mother learned to be resilient, resourceful, thrifty and creative..."
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