Small businesses have been disproportionately affected by the lockdowns. The most vulnerable sectors include accommodation, food services, arts, entertainment, and retail trade.
As parents battle with ongoing lockdown, the mental health of BIPOC children is increasingly affected. Lack of physical boundaries between home, school
The pandemic is far from over, yet fatigue and frustration with COVID-19 public health restrictions have led to growing protests across Canada.
With over a year of the lockdown, Marco Navarro-Genie explores how politicians have failed in protecting the most vulnerable Canadians amidst the
Community organizations have had to change how they deliver services in a pandemic but are finding ways to provide support for the
To survive in Toronto’s Little Jamaica, businesses need to outlast COVID-19 and LRT construction which has already dragged on for nearly a
The effects of immigrating alone can be very isolating but do they compare to the isolation of lockdowns? Shan Qiao shares her
Aruna Haider from Toronto was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer during the pandemic. While the treatment was going smooth, the mental
In the fifth and final edition of our "Bridging the Mainstream-Ethnic Digital Divide in Covid-19 Literacy" project, we focused on the mental
Thousands of Canadian citizens and permanent residents were travelling abroad before the pandemic was announced. Now, three months into lockdown, many are