We’re roughly two months away from the new school year starting, and the question on a lot of parents’ minds is: “Am I comfortable sending my kids back to school in September?”
Throughout 2020, battle lines have been drawn, opinions have been voiced, and sides have been picked.
Since the start of the pandemic, there have been mixed messages regarding face coverings.
As the Province continues its phased reopening plan, more health-care-related businesses have been permitted to resume serving the public, including physiotherapy clinics, and dental practices.
As COVID-19 has ripped through long-term care facilities, the devastation it has caused has affected both residents and staff.
If you’ve found yourself watching more TV shows and movies during the pandemic, you’re not alone.
It’s been a long two months—even before the Province mandated non-essential businesses to close to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, some had already begun to do so.
The last two months have been torture for sports fans—there have been no games to watch as all leagues have suspended games due to the pandemic.
So we're going on day 4,546 or whatever of this cursed pandemic and I can't help but reflect on how far I've come, or regressed, depending on how you look at it.
After an announcement that models indicated Ontario had reached the peak of COVID-19 cases, the Province began working on a framework that would allow many businesses to begin reopening.