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Ontario COVID-19 policies expose the ‘frailty’ of the restaurant industry

Alcohol pricing, indoor dining limits, and unpaid rent are only some of the negative burdens COVID-19 has forced onto Ontario's restaurant industry. Can it recover?

Post-secondary students say virtual therapy misses the mark

Online mental health supports provided by Canadian universities lack privacy and close connections.

Online groups help fill the gaps for Canadians with endometriosis

“I just kind of suffered on my own [...] I was told by my doctor that pregnancy would cure it.”

Delayed COVID-19 support another example of the government’s inequitable treatment of disabled Canadians

The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) was announced in March 2020 to support Canadians struggling financially due to COVID-19. Since then, 8.46 million Canadians have applied for the benefit, and 86 per cent of Canadians have agreed the CERB is a necessary and useful aid. However, while the federal government has extended COVID-19 support to countless Canadians, those with disabilities were left in the lurch.