Keeping Ontarians Safe During COVID-19

Ontario Hospital Association CEO Anthony Dale, Artsci’92, MPA’95, is advising the government and helping prevent the provincial health-care system from being overwhelmed.

Answering a Calling to Help Others

New nursing graduate Jordan Bast, NSc’20, says signing up to work in a group home going through a COVID-19 outbreak “felt like a calling.”

Living with a Physical Disability During the Pandemic

Queen’s researchers and alumnae working to support people living with physical disabilities.

Feeding Frontline Workers, Supporting Small Businesses

Adair Roberts, Com’89, has launched Feed the Frontlines TO, an initiative that donates meals from local restaurants to frontline health-care workers in Toronto.

Flattening the Curve One Mask at a Time

Army of Masks director and country lead for Canada Tonya Dickenson, Artsci’89, EMBA’05, has helped distribute more than 14,000 free cloth face masks across North America.

Philanthropists back ventilator project led by Queen's Nobel Laureate

Canadian donors are supporting Professor Emeritus Art McDonald as he leads the development of a ventilator that could help people affected by COVID-19.

Helping the LGBTQ Community Cope with COVID-19

Stacy Kelly, Artsci’93, moves from the office to handing out food on the frontlines to help people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Queen’s Partners with Elder Law Expert to Combat Social Isolation

Queen’s partners with Laura Tamblyn Watts, Artsci’94, to launch a new initiative to check in on most vulnerable alumni.

A Good Neighbour

Lauren McGuire, MBA’20, has co-launched the Community Helpers online platform to help at-risk individuals connect with volunteers during the COVID-19 crisis. 

Emergency Funding for Students

Queen’s University has provided $2.18 million and counting in bursaries in response to COVID-19.