This report from the Canadian Urban Institute provides a snapshot of Canadian cities at days 100, 200 and 300 in relation to the start of the COVID0-19 pandemic. It highlights how COVID-19 has deepened existing inequalities for racialized communities, seniors, women and people living with disabilities. It also emphasizes the need for neighbourhood-level data in order to fully understand the impacts of the pandemic.
This webinar took place in English. Click here to access the recording (English only). This event is hosted jointly by the National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH) and the National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCCID). In this webinar, speakers will discuss the development and application of a public health emergency preparedness framework, corresponding indicators and health equity prompts. The framework and 67 corresponding indicators were developed by a Canadian
This virtual Q&A and accompanying transcript text from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health addresses questions about exposure, social factors, housing, public health care and other disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 on racialized people.
This article from Williams and Cooper highlights racial disparities of Covid-19 related to healthcare access and other health inequities.
This video from Global News provides an overview of the importance of collecting and reporting race-based data to guide strategies to address disparities in COVID-19.
This online resource library from Community Commons is a living repository of equity-themed tools and resources that describe the equity implications of COVID-19 and actions to address these disparities.
This database from Statistics Canada offers data related to equity issues of COVID-19 including food insecurity, Indigeneity and other social determinants of health.
This article from Khan et al. describes a framework for building a resilient public health system for equitable emergency preparedness and response.
This webpage from the Government of Canada describes Canada's federal-level support in addressing COVID-19 within Indigenous communities.
This web page from the Government of Ontario describes the different ways the province is responding to COVID-19.