It’s been over a year since Manitoba first went into lockdown, and hospitals are still feeling the weight of COVID-19. Limited access to personal protective equipment (PPE), visitor restrictions, death, and the looming threat of the virus have all been a part of daily life for healthcare providers in the last 13 months. It’s not
Two Instagram-savvy women turn their hobbies into a business. Emma Barber-Dueck and Azel Batangan found a way to earn money and stay connected with friends and family by starting a business during the pandemic. Check out: Emma – @ithinkyoushouldweave Azel – @nailsbyazel
This video was produced by Kent, Margaret, and Cheta, to convey the creative inspiration that comes from isolation. It was made to change our perspective on COVID-19 and see the benefits that come with all of this free time. We show off two interviews where the guests discuss how COVID has impacted their creativity and
In this video, retail workers share how their jobs have been affected by the pandemic and how restrictions have changed their environments.
Two young entrepreneurs started their Instagram businesses at the peak of the pandemic. Neither expected to come as far as they have in such a short period of time. Directed by Rebecca Berthelette, Emmalee Blackadar and Caleb Dueck.
Two hockey players in Newport, Rhode Island reflect on the town’s lack of concern for COVID-19. To assess their decisions in comparison to people living in Winnipeg, a nurse from the Health Sciences Centre weighs in. By: Colton Toews, Katelyn Sarte, and Ainslee Asham
Despite the differences in public and private school education, teachers are facing a mutual struggle with COVID-19. Created by: Josh Frey-Sam, Joel Lizotte, Julianna Chubenko and Drew Mittermayr.