Broken chain: Protecting the workers who process Canada’s meat from COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis is cutting a wide swath through two Alberta communities where local economies depend on meat processing plants. Those plants employ thousands of newcomers to Canada.

In this special three-part series, Canadian Cattlemen editor Lisa Guenther looks at the immediate and longer-term fallout of what life is like for the people who process the meat from the cattle Canadian ranchers raise. The links to her stories are below.


Stories from our other publications