Actor Michael Greyeyes hopes pandemic will lead to ‘a kinder society’

By Victoria Ahearn THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO-”Blood Quantum’’ star Michael Greyeyes has a hopeful outlook for how the COVID-19 pandemic may ultimately affect society. “I think people learn through hardship. I really believe that,’’ the actor in a recent phone interview from his Toronto home. “I don’t think we can find our courage without trouble and without suffering. So what I’m really hoping is that when things finally come back to normal, whatever that new normal looks like, that we look back and we learn to value each other, we learn to criticize the systems that aren’t working for us, and that we come back as a kinder society. “I think hardship helps people see what’s really important.’’ The Plains Cree performer, choreographer, director and educator founded the non-profit theatre…

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