April 3, 2020. Ontario has another 462 cases of COVID-19 today and the provincial total now stands at 3,255 and health officials say there are 14 more deaths for a total of 67. However, there are also an additional 192 resolved cases for a new total of 1,023. The Pinecrest Nursing Home in Bobcaygeon has reported […]
With March Break camps cancelled and schools closed until at least May 4, you might be looking for fun ideas to keep your kids busy. There are plenty of live streams to check out these days and we’re seeing a surge in fun ones for kids. Check out our list below: [Storytime] Anishinabek Nation Youth’s […]
With the news that schools in Ontario will remain closed until at least early May as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, just how students in kindergarten through grade 12 will complete their school year has been up in the air. Ontario Premier Doug Ford stated, “We’re working closely with the school boards to find […]
April 3rd, a.m. headlines Toronto The city of Toronto is reporting that 12 physicians and 13 nurses in the city have tested positive for COVID-19. They’re among the 727 people in the city diagnosed with the virus. Just 13 critical care beds remain available among the 153 ICU beds in the hospitals of the Central […]
Given the economic uncertainty in the face of the COVID-19, it’s natural to worry about personal finances. Now is the time to take stock of your financial situation so you can develop a plan moving forward. ELMNT caught up with the award winning author of Happy Go Money, Melissa Leong, who offered up some first steps. Get to […]
At least one Toronto food bank is taking extraordinary measures to keep operating amidst the perilous conditions imposed by the coronavirus outbreak. Since the COVID-19 outbreak took hold of Toronto there’s been 20 percent growth in the number of clients making use of Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank over a span of the last two […]
As COVID-19 poses rapidly evolving challenges to Canadian businesses, Indigenous communities and business owners are feeling particularly at risk. Tabatha Bull is the new President & CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. Bull is Anishinaabe and a member of Nipissing First Nation near North Bay, Ontario. Prior to joining the CCAB, she worked […]
Canadians have effectively moved online for foreseeable future. We’re working, shopping, watching, entertaining and communicating through our Internet connections. It will be the Internet that will likely get us through social distancing and self-isolation, if the connection is reliable. “The internet right now is a real lifeline right now for folks,” says Josh Tabish, the Corporate Communications Manager […]
A lot of vacation plans have been cancelled or put on hold because of the COVID-19 epidemic, which begs the question; Is now a good time to book a flight or a vacation for 2021?
If you love going to the movies and you’re cooped up at home because of the coronavirus, Hollywood is offering an alternative.