Despite being next door to China, where COVID-19 was first detected, Hong Kong has been effective at limiting the spread of the virus until a recent resurgence. New Canadian Media looks at what lessons Canada can learn from Hong Kong.View More Containing a Virus from Hong Kong to Canada
The rampant spread of COVID–19 is forcing cultural institutions across Canada to shut their doors and cancel events. New Canadian Media talks to immigrant artists and performers about finding creative ways forward.View More As Our World Shifts, Can the Show Go On?
During this pandemic, thousands of Canadians have turned “caremongering” into a social media trend. What started as a Toronto Facebook page has now become a national movement.View More Caring in the Time of COVID-19
The global pandemic COVID-19 is having an impact deep into the religious heart of community hubs, forcing places of worship to adapt to limit the spread of the coronavirus.View More COVID-19 Drives Religious Gatherings Online
As schools are closed across Canada to fight further spread of the new coronavirus, New Canadian Media takes a look at the impact on Ontario families.View More COVID-19 Fallout: Family Disruptions Continue Indefinitely
When Daniela Luo stepped off the plane, headed for quarantine, she was deeply impressed. Everyone was nice and welcoming. Their room was equipped with a microwave, TV and refrigerator, and disinfected each day. Meals are delivered to them by staff in protective clothing. They can get fresh air, too.View More Coronavirus Evacuees Finally Heading Home to Vancouver
There have also been similar online movements outside of Canada. An online petitioner asked Singapore to ban travellers from China.View More Coronavirus: Misleading Information Sparking Racist Backlash
Luo spends her day teaching her daughter Mandarin and math, or watching television with her parents. She has confidence that the Chinese authorities will be able to contain the virus soon.View More Coronavirus Strands Canadian’s Wife and Daughter in Wuhan