July 08, 2020

Ron Kaczorowski asks If COVID-19 Doesn’t Force Change, What Will?

...the data collected from the COVID-19 pandemic has provided a significant database to develop and build the information required for change. This information is the foundation for the knowledge required for meaningful and measurable change. But change to what and why?

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Longwoods' has been collecting lessons learned, opinions, reports and editorial on pandemic planning for years, we have created a single page with a large list of material written by experts across Canada. We hope this act as a resource for those of you who are busy working towards flattening the curve. Click here for the full list



Jul 14, 2020 Health & Healthcare News
University of Toronto Tests Confirm First Mask That Deactivates Coronavirus

MIRABEL, QC, July 14, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ - i3 BioMedical Inc. today announced that a team of scientists at the University of Toronto tested and established that the virus SARS- [...]

Jul 14, 2020 Health & Healthcare News
Statistics Canada and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Release Results of the Second Business Survey on the Impacts of the COVID-19

OTTAWA, ON, July 14, 2020 /CNW/ - Statistics Canada officially released data collected through the second iteration of the Canadian Survey on Business Conditions (CS [...]

Jul 14, 2020 Health & Healthcare News
WHO Says Too Many Countries Are Headed in The Wrong Direction & It’s Going To Get Worse

2020-07-14 from "It’s going to get worse and worse and worse,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization about the Covid [...]

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