Barbara Mildon takes us on a Journey through Experiences of Community Care during the Pandemic
Community Care City of Kawartha Lakes recognized the imperative and the privilege they had to support individuals, especially those most vulnerable due to health status, socio-economic circumstances or isolation, to safely remain at home during the pandemic, in compliance with public health directives.
Catherine Gaulton, Chief Executive Officer & Attorney-in-Fact, Healthcare Insurance Reciprocal of Canada
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With a mass expansion of the COVID-19 vaccine program just weeks away, are provinces ready for the rollout?
2021-02-24 from theglobeandmail.com Pharmacies, doctors and other key health care providers say they aren’t fully looped in on some provincial plans for COVID-19 vaccination efforts, adding to [...]
2021-02-24 fom cbc.ca COVID-19 levels are declining from the devastating peaks of the second wave across much of Canada, but experts say the threat of more contagious coronavirus variants threatens t [...]
2021-02-23 from theglobeandmail.com COVID-19 does discriminate. It acts differently in different communities, especially on the grounds of race, sex, age, or disability. And Black Canadians are more [...]