|How Friends of the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas Inc is Adopting Measures vis-à-vis COVID-19||
The Friends of the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas have adapted to the health protocols put into place for safety during the COVID-19 operational phase. The pandemic has taught us that now during these difficult times, it is more important than ever before raise community awareness about the rich and diverse natural and historic heritage out at the afforestation areas and advocate for our local natural resources and sustainability initiatives for the benefit of the public. The pandemic has taught us that now during these difficult times, it is more important than
This is a reflection of my experience during COVID. This was an assignment of a class that I am currently taking, ANTH 231 "cross-cultural perspectives on health and illness."
|COVID-19 Personal Experience|
|Reflections on COVID-19 and the Effects on Self and Community||
This reflection is an assignment for ANTH231: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Health and Illness taught by Dr. Barnes at the University of Saskatchewan.
I wrote this for an anthropology assignment and thought that I have had a different experience then most regarding COVID-19.
|Online Teaching and the "new normal"||
This photo was taken on the last day of classes at the U of S before all the classes were moved remotely.
|Midtown Plaza Saskatoon after lockdown||
These photos were taken right after the lockdown ended and several stores, such as Midtown Plaza, reopened.
|Grocery Shopping during quarantine 2020||
Video of empty trays of Sobeys Saskatoon
|Toronto Pearson Airport on March 2020||
The Toronto Pearson International Airport is one of the busiest in the country, and during the first months of the pandemic is looks secluded. This is probably once in a lifetime opportunity to see it like this.
|USask Community COVID 19 — Be What the World Needs (VIDEO)||
In March 2020, the USask Health Sciences team was one of the last groups to leave campus before the lockdown was complete. Other groups had been granted permission to leave campus earlier in the week following the World Health Organization's pandemic announcement on March 11, 2020.
|2020-03-19||USask campus. Saskatoon, SK.|