Les cinq principales préoccupations mondiales des Canadiens au sein de COVID-19

Les préoccupations au sujet de la COVID-19 et de la propagation des maladies infectieuses demeurent en tête de liste pour les Canadiens. À quoi d’autre pensent-ils?  Voici les cinq principales […]

Résultats de sondage national : les Canadiens s’inquiètent de la santé des femmes et des enfants en raison de la pandémie de COVID-19

Le 22 juillet 2020, le Partenariat canadien pour la santé des femmes et des enfants (CanSFE) a invité les personnes qui travaillent dans le domaine du développement international à faire […]

Career Development During COVID-19: Now Where Do I Go From Here?

Recent graduates from colleges and universities face challenges in landing a job in their field of study, 25% end up working in low-skilled jobs. This situation has been worsened by the COVID-19 crisis. This article is to invoke action and self leadership to get ready for the intended employment and future growth.

Race and COVID-19: The dire need for data in Canada

In Canada, we pride ourselves on our healthcare system. It is a cornerstone of Canadian pride, something that we vehemently defend and boast about. In recent days, our health system and health leaders’ handling of COVID-19 has been lauded, especially when juxtaposed with abysmal outcomes in the United States. However, despite our successes in flattening the curve and monitoring the pandemic, there is one clear blindspot that emerges – race.