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A bird’s-eye view of Toronto in 2019 reveals a city where geography is destiny and a person’s postal code can be as telling as their medical chart.
It’s time to talk about Toronto’s health care deserts.
Life in a neighbourhood where death comes too often and too early.
A quiet dinner while watching Netflix. A sit-down meal with a chosen family. Portraits of dinnertime across the city.
Personal support workers are the backbone of the health care system. Why are they quitting to work in factories and at Tim Horton’s?
When Target closed in Canada, it left a crater in many suburban malls. In Thorncliffe Park, a group of health care providers stepped in.
In inner suburbs like Mount Dennis, the convenience of commuters zooming through often takes precedence over the wellbeing of locals.
How a drop-in program for youth is changing the nature of mental health recovery on Toronto’s west side.
In virtually every culture, people connect over food. To be deprived of food is to be alienated from social life.
In a city of immigrants, interpreters play an often overlooked role — trekking across the GTA to ensure new Torontonians are understood.
Jen Quinlan was just trying to get Roma kids to the dentist. She ended up picking a fight with one of Canada’s richest real estate firms.
Lack of affordable housing can have devastating and long-lasting health effects for teenage parents and their children.
Like so many part-time workers in Canada, Olivia is faced with difficult budget decisions every time she gets sick.
I have cooked in restaurant kitchens, and for newspaper readers. Working at a shelter taught me a new way to look at food.
As drug overdoses soar in Toronto, some experts question what role, if any, police should play in a public health crisis.
In many Toronto highrises, nearly half the residents are seniors. The way we age in this city is changing — can services keep up?
For immigrant women in communities like St James Town, help arrives in a 31-foot Winnebago.
In Toronto hospitals, nurses are being asked to do far more than treat physical injuries. Providing that care can take a toll.
Black Torontonians face a variety of specific health challenges. Racism is one of them.
Victor fixes ruptured pipes and broken heaters. But to those living in supportive housing he’s part therapist, friend, and support worker.