Restaurants in Toronto are providing free meals to frontline health-care workers through a new organization called Feed the Frontlines T.O. It’s helping them stay in business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A photojournalist captures the emptiness of downtown Toronto during the height of lockdown.
Data and statistics have been the most vital type of journalism needed over the last several months as the world battles with the pandemic outbreak of COVID-19.
There has always been an inherent need to “get ready” – getting ready to go out with friends, or on vacation. Getting ready entails making sure you have all you need – whether it be the lipstick you chose to wear or sandals for your beach. This need to “get ready” comes to minds of survivalists, or “preppers” more often than on special occasions – it is a desire to be prepared for anything, at any given time.
A city-wide closure due to the coronavirus pandemic leaves public art designers and planners — many of whom already had commissions and plans in place for upcoming art in the city — wondering how to proceed with an outdoor future that’s so uncertain.
Providing outreach support to people experiencing homelessness is particularly difficult — yet crucial — during the coronavirus pandemic, according to medical professionals.
Alvin Tedjo, former Ontario Liberal Party Leader candidate for 2020 and Shelly Krieder Li, a family pratice nurse at Woman’s College Hospital talk about how they and their loved ones have been affected by the racism surrounding COVID-19 and the Canadian Chinese community. Also a brief discussion of what is happening nationally with COVID-19 and racism.