Justice Hugh Fraser

Justice Hugh Fraser Carries on his Father's Legacy

Justice Hugh Fraser, Artsci'74, reflects on his storied career in law. 

Alice Simniceanu, MPH'15, at the World Health Organization

Helping Health-Care Workers Around the Globe

Advice given by Alice Simniceanu, MPH'15, along with the World Health Organization, helped Central American doctors successfully get through a COVID-19 hospital outbreak. 

Taylor Bardell, Artsci'18, and Matt Urichuk wear clear masks which make their mouths visible.

Helping the Hard-of-Hearing Community

Taylor Bardell, Artsci'18, and Matt Urichuk are helping the hard-of-hearing community while slowing the spread of COVID-19 with masks that make lip reading possible. 

Circles are drawn in grassy parks to ensure physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Redesigning Canada for Physical Distancing & COVID-19

John Meligrana, MPL'91, has launched a study for urban planners, politicians, and municipal leaders to help them re-open their towns as safely as possible while upholding physical distancing. 

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Justice Hugh Fraser

Justice Hugh Fraser Carries on his Father's Legacy

Alumnus Justice Hugh Fraser reflects on his career as a judge and shares what it means to him to have a bursary founded in his father’s name with the goal of increasing diversity in the faculty of law. 

Taylor Berdell and Matt Urichuk in their masks

Helping the Hard-of-Hearing Community

Wearing a cloth facemask is a great way to slow the spread of COVID-19, but it’s not good for members of the hard-of-hearing community who rely on reading lips and facial expressions. 

Circles drawn in grass in a city park
Some cities officials are drawing circles in the grass at parks to ensure physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Redesigning Canada for Physical Distancing and COVID-19

As cities slowly re-open, Geography and Planning Professor John Meligrana, MPL’91, is researching physical distancing guidelines because keeping people two metres apart is one of the best ways to save lives.  

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