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In the middle of the night, palliative care doctor Joshua Wales drives across the city, making house calls to people during the most emotionally complex, vulnerable moments of their lives.
Hospitals were overwhelmed and overcrowded well before the pandemic. What happens after COVID?
During the pandemic, health care workers have flocked to apps like Staffy for temp work. What happens when nurses are hired like Uber drivers?
In a year of “unprecedented times,” the world didn’t split apart in ways that were terrifying and new. It cracked along familiar seams, over and over again.
What good is public health information if nobody hears it?
How Canada’s secretive, byzantine, Cold War-era stockpile system left us unprepared for COVID-19.
The constant beeping, talking, and overhead paging aren’t just an annoyance—they can lead to delirium, longer recovery times, and even sleeping pill addiction.
What a bus route reveals about race, class, and social vulnerability during a pandemic.
As the first tentative positive signs emerged, it was tempting to look beyond the week—to try to trace the curve past where it flattens to the point it sinks beneath the horizon. It's too early for that.
One is sick with COVID-19. Another has lost a quarter of her income. The personal support workers who care for our most vulnerable remain underpaid and underappreciated.
With demand skyrocketing, distribution sites closed, and volunteers staying home, food banks are scrambling to keep Toronto fed.
Were last summer’s high-profile disappearances from CAMH signs of a broken program—or a complex system working as it should?
For a time, I was the only openly gay man in my prison. Then I met a trans woman and we started our own LGBTQ2 support group.
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.
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 a city of immigrants, interpreters play an often overlooked role — trekking across the GTA to ensure new Torontonians are understood.
Like so many part-time workers in Canada, Olivia is faced with difficult budget decisions every time she gets sick.
In many Toronto highrises, nearly half the residents are seniors. The way we age in this city is changing — can services keep up?