Sharing a New Light: A Virtual View of Canadian Women Artists
A New Light: Canadian Women Artists opened to the public in the Embassy of Canada in Washington DC’s art gallery on February 6th, 2020 and was scheduled to run through April 2020. In an effort to ensure public safety due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the gallery was closed in mid-March. Since guests are unable […]
COVID-19 Across the Border: Teaming Up on Treatments, Trials and Tracking – Not to Mention Vaccines
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, those in the scientific and medical communities on both sides of the border have been working tirelessly in responding to the virus. Many have turned their focus to starting various clinical trials, tracking the disease, developing treatments, and, of course, to testing for a possible vaccine. The examples below show […]
Canada Supports Research into COVID-19 on Both Sides of Border
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, scientists and researchers from across the globe have been working together to study the virus on many fronts, and those in Canada and the U.S. are no exception. Soon after the outbreak, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research began awarding grants totalling over $5 million to joint research projects proposed […]
COVID-19: Information for Canadians in the U.S.
UPDATED – APRIL 20, 2020 To limit the spread of COVID-19, American and Canadian authorities announced their intention to temporarily restrict all non-essential travel across the US-Canada border. More information about the temporary border closure can be found online. If you are currently travelling in the United States: Consider returning to Canada as soon as […]