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For many students, living in residence is a key part of the post-secondary experience – a place to be surrounded by the rhythms of university life and make lasting friendships.
Staff at the University of Toronto have been working hard over the last several months to ensure that new and returning students to residence will continue to enjoy a rich, full-featured experience – all while taking the necessary steps to keep the community safe amid COVID-19.
How will U of T’s new non-medical mask policy work in practice? Vivek Goel answers a few common questions
The University of Toronto this week said it was introducing a temporary measure that calls for the wearing of non-medical masks or other face coverings in spaces within its buildings that are normally publicly accessible.
The move follows similar measures by the Toronto Transit Commission and the City of Toronto, which requires masks to be worn in public spaces such as grocery stores and shopping malls.
After months of a global pandemic and weeks of protests against anti-Black racism and police brutality, are we at a crossroad?
“It feels like we are at a critical moment,” says Maydianne Andrade, a Canada Research Chair in Integrative Behavioural Ecology and the University of Toronto Scarborough’s vice-dean of faculty affairs and equity. “Will we choose the path that is more challenging but more just?”
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