Covid and the food supply
I've read several articles about how many farms can't get the workers they need, and several more about how meat plants are getting shut down. Not to mention that just everywhere a lot less people are working at anything, so that would include the whole farm to store chain. On recent trips to grocery stores I've noticed much barer, well everything. Not just toilet paper and bleach. A lot fewer deals to be had as well.
Then just yesterday trudeau committed a quarter billion to secure the food supply, however if no one is picking veggies or packaging hamburger, all the money in the world won't help. Having to stay in and not go to the strip club is one thing, but not being able to eat another level. Once food shortages erupt, that's when things will actually get real. As the saying goes, society is only 9 meals away from anarchy.