Share CloseShare this Story: Brock: The coronavirus challenge to democracy Copy Link Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn TumblrNews Local NewsCOVID 19Ottawa AlteredPolitics +PSDefence WatchNationalCOVID 19 WorldWeatherArchives Opinion EditorialsLettersColumnistsSports Local SportsHockeySenators ExtraNHLFootballCFLNFLBaseballBasketballNBAGolfSoccerTennisArts Local ArtsLocal ReviewsOttawa events listings MoviesMovie Listings TelevisionTV Listings MusicJazzblogBooksCelebrityCappiesLife HomesCondosGardeningFoodRecipesLocal Food ReviewsSocial SceneStyleLife StoryHealthMenSeniorsSexual HealthWomenDiet FitnessFamily ChildFashion BeautyParentingRelationshipsPuzzles Comics TravelContestsBusiness Local BusinessOpen during COVID FP Markets FP Headlines FP Money EnergyTechnologyGamingInternetPersonal TechScienceTech BizSmall BusinessObituaries Browse Notices Place an Obituary Place an In Memoriam Classifieds Browse Listings Place a Classifieds Ad Celebrating Real Estate Marketplace Local Directory FlyerCityCareers DrivingHealthingThe GrowthOpePaper My Account Our Offers Home Delivery FAQKathy Brock22hours ago 6 minute readPrime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to the special committee on the COVID 19 outbreak as Andrew Scheer, leader of the Official Opposition, looks on in a near empty House of Commons. BLAIR GABLE / REUTERSArticle Sidebar Share CloseShare this Story: Brock: The coronavirus challenge to democracy Copy Link Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn TumblrArticle contentCanada is often envied at times of crisis for the ability of our governing institutions to act decisively without sacrificing the quality of our democracy or the principles of good governance. Politicians and public servants are trusted to serve the public interest and our institutions are intended to make sure they do.In the time of COVID 19, are our governing institutions are actually functioning as they ought to? The Queen’s University School of Policy Studies has created a Governance Working Group of leading scholars and practitioners to help answer that question.
The violent reaction by the way is intentional, itself part of a strategy. In their mind, your relationship is a boot camp, and the narcissist is the drill sergeant and you a recruit who needs to be subordinated to obey upon command. Narcissistshold a makes right view of this world, which forms the basis of the thought disturbance associated with both narcissistic and antisocial personality disorders.