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Many parents are being asked to do the impossible, says Lynn Smith – raising kids in a crisis while continuing to work. There is no end in sight and we are not okay, says Smith, who urges all parents and caregivers to children to give themselves grace.
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I’m not sure how many days we are into this “15 days” thing. Frankly, I’m not really sure what day of the week it is. As we collectively lose our grip on reality and socialization and increasingly turn to technology to cope, a number of meditation apps are offering up content free to help folks [&h…
A Carleton University professor has created a plain language guide to help those trying to access government programs in the time of coronavirus.
Algonquin College says it is giving back to businesses and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic by offering free, online courses through its Learning Centre.
If you have travelled down a certain part of Ottawa’s Carling Avenue you can see the string of high-rise buildings in a community with a large number of seniors. That landscape represents thousands upon thousands of vulnerable citizens.
A crisis on this scale can reorder society in dramatic ways, for better or worse. Here are 34 big thinkers’ predictions for what’s to come.
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