Care to Share? Helping Our Northern Neighbours during COVID-19
April 9, 2020 | Amanjit Garcha
The number of positive cases keeps climbing in Canada and Northern Ontario is no exception to that growth. Communities are facing the circumstances given the resources they have and are employing their own unique capabilities to fight COVID-19.
Across the globe social networks have rallied together to overcome the grievances caused by COVID-19. Individuals have reached out to their own networks and strangers to aid in any way they possibly can. Celebrities are reaching into their pockets and donating to organizations that have been impacted by COVID-19 such as food banks, Red Cross, children’s aid, and others (Whitehead, 2020). In Northern Ontario there have been many ways individuals have stepped up to help during this pandemic.
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