COVID has taken a devastating toll on Canada’s nurses. But the pandemic offers a chance to heal a broken system.

Elizabeth Renzetti is a Globe and Mail columnist. Her latest book is Shrewed: A Wry and Closely Observed Look at the Lives of Women and Girls. This is what Naila Shaikh, registered nurse, wants you to know about the intensive-care unit where she works in Peel, just outside Toronto, one of the regions in Canada hardest-hit by COVID-19: It is full. It is full of patients who are younger than they were during the first wave of the pandemic. Many of them […]

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