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For the last 20 years of her life, Janelle Taylor’s mother lived with advanced dementia.
“Toward the end, I had a lot of responsibility for her care,” says Taylor, a professor of medical anthropology in the University of Toronto’s department of anthropology in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
The University of Toronto has teamed up with the City of Toronto and the Legacy Art Project to commemorate Terry Fox, the Canadian hero who – with one leg amputated due to cancer – embarked on a quest to run across Canada in 1980 to raise money for cancer research.
The city recently unveiled five shortlisted designs – submitted by local artists – for a giant mural of Fox on the north side of the university’s Rehabilitation Sciences Building at 500 University Avenue.
The University of Toronto is pledging to build the best systems and practices to protect its community members from sexual violence and harassment, support survivors and foster an environment of consent, accountability and respect.
President Meric Gertler said in a statement, following an Al Jazeera report, that he is committed to bringing necessary change in this area.