The effects of immigrating alone can be very isolating but do they compare to the isolation of lockdowns? Shan Qiao shares her story of isolation during her journey to Canada —and how it compares to lockdown nowView More The Mental Health Toll of Immigrant Isolation
Aruna Haider from Toronto was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer during the pandemic. While the treatment was going smooth, the mental toll it took on her was much worse than she thought.View More Coping with Cancer during the Pandemic
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
We have yet to understand the impact of covert racism and misogyny on the mental health of Canadian citizens, particularly “ethnic” women. However eager they are to contribute to society, however skilled they may be,…View More Being Brown and Depressed
A fourth-year university student in Vancouver, B.C. is asking residents to get to know their neighbours. Zakir Jamal Suleman, 22, launched The Belonging Project earlier this month to share the struggles and stories of first-…View More Project Asks: What Does It Mean to Belong?