16 Sep 2020

The Systemic Racism Toward Migrant Farm Workers

Ever since migrant farm workers have been allowed to work seasonally in Canada, they have had to adhere to a different set of rules than the rest of Canadian workers, limiting their rights and stopping them from attaining Canadian citizenship....
By Myles Shane
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10 Jul 2020

Doug Ford: The Heart Of Resilient Leadership

Leadership during a pandemic requires a set of skills that fosters collaboration, connectedness and out-of-the-box thinking. What is the real definition of effective leadership? Is it merely about leading a group of people? Is it connected to seniority or one’s...
By Cece M. Scott
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10 Jul 2020

How 4 Covid-19 Survivors Touched Death

COVID-19 is a virus infecting and killing people all over the world. Based on scientific research, the novel coronavirus appears to produce different symptoms, depending on an individual’s pre-existing conditions and genetics. Pages from the ‘COVID-19 Diaries’ talk one-on-one with...
By Myles Shane
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10 Jul 2020

Jason Polsinelli: Vaughan Together For Long-Term Care

In just two months, Jason Polsinelli, Senior Wealth Advisor, Portfolio Manager and Associate Director with Scotia Wealth Management, and his grassroots VTLTC initiative have provided a staggering 7,000 meals to front-line heroes. In the late winter of 2020, the COVID-19...
By City Life Staff
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12 Jun 2020

We’re All Trying to Stay Positive in the Pandemic, But Who’s Coping Best?

Since COVID-19 was announced as a pandemic earlier this year, and the country was put into lockdown, it’s been more important than ever to find moments of positivity. Combined with the economic hardships many have faced, these are clearly unprecedented...
By City Life Staff
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20 May 2020

Back to School?

In the midst of what seems to be a never-ending pandemic, the demographic that may be hardest hit is the COVID-19 generation. These “warriors” from grades 1–12 are growing up during the world’s darkest disaster humanity has seen in more...
By Myles Shane
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12 May 2020

The Historic Cancellation Of ‘the Ex’ Due To Covid-19

For 142 years, it has been our end-of summer-tradition — an 18-day celebratory transition from the lazy and hazy days of summer’s freedom to the more structured routines of the fall. But not in 2020: “The Ex” has been cancelled...
By City Life Staff
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05 May 2020

What To Do If Your Dog Tests Positive For Covid-19?

It would appear in the age of COVID-19 that neither humans nor animals are safe from being infected with the deadly novel coronavirus. Recently, doctors confirmed the first dog in the United States has tested positive. WRAL-TV in Raleigh, N.C.,...
By Myles Shane
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01 May 2020

The city of Vaughan is working its way through COVID-19, as it attains a positive foothold in life’s ‘new normal’

The initial triggers around the exponential rise of the COVID-19 coronavirus were attributed to the travelling public. Ubiquitous and affordable travel, especially during Canada’s cold winter months, commonly generates a significant flow of airline travel to myriad southern destinations. Also,...
By Cece M. Scott
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