This year’s season of song will be remote but relevant. Choirs across the region are offering the gift of gorgeous music—virtual and pre-recorded—as a healing balm in these hurting times.
Tag: COVID 19
As of Monday, November 28th, the Province of Ontario mandates that Toronto and Peel public health regions will move into grey/lockdown measures.
You’re invited to participate in our fall Grief & Gratitude project. We hope you will find some comfort in our community sharing. You can: * bring - or email - your grief and gratitude messages to hang on one of our trees or * attend one, or all, of our free Monday online workshops, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.: Oct. 26 – Necessary Grief Nov. 2 – The Grief of Here & Now Nov. 9 – How to Cultivate a Grateful Heart Nov. 16 – How to Cultivate a Grateful Life Check...
When news of the coronavirus first began to spread in Canada, Chinese Canadian restaurants and businesses quickly took a devastating hit. Once crowded restaurants were nearly empty. Other Asian restaurants and businesses that were neither Chinese owned nor operated were also shunned and targeted with racist graffiti and vandalism. “Chinese”- identified and “Chinese looking” people were publicly blamed for the growing pandemic and the downturn of the global economy.