Coronasomnia: How the pandemic 
 is affecting our sleep

Are you tossing and turning at night? The pandemic may be playing a role in your lack of sleep.

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Ontario’s small businesses continuing to bear the brunt of lockdowns
Small businesses across Ontario have endured a gauntlet of trials and tribulations the past year in the wake of the ongoing pandemic. Those in the service industry have had to deal with unprecedented constraints and have had to draw on all manner of resources and innovation to survive. Skedline... Read more
COVID-19 cases exceed 127 million worldwide
(REUTERS) – The global total number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise, and reached 127,877,462 as of Wednesday afternoon, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The global total COVID-19 relevant death toll topped 2,796,561, according to data from the WHO. The United States remained the worst-hit country worldwide,... Read more
Americans over 18 eligible for COVID vaccine by mid-April, Biden says
(REUTERS) – U.S. President Joe Biden has moved up the COVID-19 vaccine eligibility target for Americans over 18 to April 19 but warned that with new virus variants spreading “we’re still in a life-and-death race” with the coronavirus. Biden directed states to widen the vaccine eligibility to people 18... Read more
Online shopping an opportunity during pandemic

Shopping online during the pandemic has become vital to our way of life. Learn how we adapt and change.

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Brazilian Amazon under threat during COVID

The weakening of Brazilian environmental legislation affecting the Amazon has long-lasting and permanent consequences not only to the rainforest’s biodiversity and the world but to the homes and lives of a million Indigenous people living in the area.

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Racing industry reopens, looks to rebound

With harness racing back in action in Ontario, people in the industry are looking to recover from financial hardship caused by the shutdown.

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Navigating the online world of nutrition and healthy eating

Nutritionists, dieticians and food bloggers explain the stigmas and myths surrounding healthy eating and what to watch out for on social media.

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International students remain in Canada due to Travel Restrictions
On January 29, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that major airlines in Canada have suspended their service to sun destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico. This left thousands of international students stuck in Canada and away from their families. Skedline’s Emma Harris has the full story. Featured photo by... Read more
Toronto restaurants struggle to survive during the pandemic
The Toronto restaurant industry has struggled during the pandemic, with some establishments having no choice but to shut their doors for good. Jeffrey Markus from Daddyo’s Pasta & Salads and Thom Fitzgerald of DROM Taberna are both restaurant owners in downtown Toronto. They describe how the pandemic has affected... Read more