The COVID-19 Christmas break will cause disruptions to yearly family gatherings and traditions, some students explained.
Author: Max Delahey
“The first words that come to mind about working during the pandemic are stressful, scary, and always understaffed,” says one student.
College parties have still been happening this year despite the pandemic, but students said they’ve mostly been following government guidelines.
There are plenty of questions regarding COVID-19 and how it may affect resorts this winter, at this point it’s looking good for snowboarders as the majority of resorts in Ontario will be open.
Grand River Rocks have reopened their doors to climbers and with the abundance of precautions and new research emerging, it’s safe to say rock climbing is one of the safest sports to participate in during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada is facing an overwhelming opioid crisis. Between January 2016 and March 2020 there have been 16,364 opioid-related deaths, and 20,523 opioid-related poisoning hospitalizations (excluding Quebec), according to Statistics Canada.