Do you have COVID-19? Take this Self-Assessment from the Ministry of Health in Ontario to find out

The Ministry of Health in Ontario has recently published a Self-Assessment test that can be taken at home before going to a hospital or COVID-19 testing clinic. They have advised that people who think or may feel like they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 to take the self-assessment test to see what next steps should be taken.

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Fenghuang’s Ancient Beauty

Located in China’s Hunan province, Fenghuang is a town that attracts travellers in droves. Few people know that the name of...

Vietnamese style cold rolls

Marion Grasby is a Thai-Australian cook and founder of the Marion’s Kitchen Food Company. Marion has become well loved through her popular...

Did you get 2 CERB payments? It is not a mistake, minister says

Since applications opened for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), some Canadians woke up to find two separate payments from the government...

Students won’t go back to school on May 4, Premier Doug Ford says

Ontario students won’t be returning to the classroom on May 4, Premier Doug Ford announced today.  The closure of...

Why B.C is flattening the COVID-19 curve while numbers in central Canada surges

When compared to other provinces across Canada, the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak has been more severe in both provinces of Ontario and Quebec....

Premier Ford acknowledges systemic racism in Ontario, launches of advisory council on equality of opportunity

In his daily provincial address today June 4, Premier Doug Ford and his government announced the launch of an “advisory group” whose...

5 Minutes with the Young Filmmaker Carol Nguyen

Carol Nguyen is a 21-year-old Vietnamese-Canadian filmmaker who was born in Toronto and currently lives in Montreal. She studied film at...