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At Bảo Vệ Collective the Title “To Protect” Takes on Multiple Meanings

Bảo Vệ Collective is a grassroot group born at the height of the pandemic last year. (“Bảo vệ” means “to protect” in Vietnamese). Initially, its main goal was to help members of the Vietnamese community apply for Employment Insurance...

Rabba Fine Foods Reasserts Its Commitment to Supporting Intensive Care Units

Mississauga, Ont., May 13, 2021 – Rabba Fine Foods, the Greater Toronto Area’s local neighbourhood market, issued today a cheque for $20,000 to Trillium Health Partners Foundation in an effort to support the region’s great need for intensive care services and...

A Look into Vietnamese Restaurants in Ontario During COVID-19

In the near future, your neighbourhood's favourite Vietnamese restaurants may look different, with two-meter markers on the floor and hand sanitizer prominent on the table next to the condiment set. The dining room may be half-empty, with less clinking...

Troian Bellisario, Elisabeth Moss, Amanda Seyfried, Thomas Sadoski and more come together for War Child’s COVID-19 response!

Troian Bellisario, Elisabeth Moss, Amanda Seyfried, Thomas Sadoski and Julianna Margulies join a host of top actors, musicians and athletes in a video appeal in support of War Child. Along with War Child frontline staff from across the world,...

Premier Doug Ford addresses federal funding and possibility of “Stage 2” of reopening the province

In his daily provincial address, Premier Doug Ford and his government said that details for the second stage of Ontario’s reopening plan would be released next week, as well as addressing the funding announcement made by Trudeau earlier in...

One-time payment for Canadians with disabilities announced

During his daily national address, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that a one-time tax-free payment of up to $600 will be sent to Canadians with disabilities to help with the financial pressures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. As of June...

Ontario reports 356 new COVID-19 cases, as province allows short-term rentals to resume starting Friday

Ontario reported an additional 356 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, June 4, as the province announced that short-term rentals will be allowed to resume operations on Friday, June 5. The province has shut down all non-essential short-term rental operations due...

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Majority of Canadians Against Students Returning to In-Person Learning without Vaccination

The majority of Canadians are either opposed or somewhat opposed to the idea of students returning to the classroom...
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