Kimble Sherwood still remembers where he was standing as Nelson Mandela entered the Union United Church in 1990. Thirty years later, those who met him that day are thinking about all that's changed and all that hasn't.
The window in Quebec to get publicly funded early-intervention therapy is only open until a child is five years old. For some families, the pandemic means their child is losing his or her only chance to get this life-changing treatment.
The Montreal historic institution that is burlesque has halted during the COVID-19 pandemic, and for the owner of The Wiggle Room, no amount of physical distancing will be possible when the doors open.
Researchers from McGill University and the University of Toronto have found that Canadians of all political beliefs understand the severity of the virus and the importance of working to limit its spread.