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Ignorance is bliss

Cartoons   |   September 18, 2020

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President Trump has poured scorn on scientists, contradicting their advice on the pandemic and saying 'they don't really know' whether humans cause climate change.

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Deadly games?

Cartoons   |   May 28, 2020

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There has been a torrent of criticism of people who ignored distancing rules when Toronto's parks reopened.

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Clueless?

Cartoons   |   May 19, 2020

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Long-term care homes have borne the brunt of the death toll from the pandemic.

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Unceremonial

Cartoons   |   May 13, 2020

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Many graduation events will have to be conducted remotely or deferred because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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bookmark Free at last?
Free at last?

Cartoons   |   May 6, 2020

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Some of the restrictions which have confined people to their homes are gradually being lifted in many jurisdictions.

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Where the wild things are

Cartoons   |   May 4, 2020

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Right outside your window, apparently, now that humans have withdrawn from the scene.

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I'll do anything

Cartoons   |   April 29, 2020

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People are becoming bored as self-isolating at home stretches on and on.

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A little limited?

Cartoons   |   April 27, 2020

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Most travel and activities involving gatherings are prohibited at the moment.

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Tradition dies hard

Cartoons   |   April 22, 2020

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Parliament has somewhat reluctantly agreed to hold mostly virtual sittings during the pandemic.

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Butting heads

Cartoons   |   April 20, 2020

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President Trump has nurtured protests against stay-at-home orders aimed at curtailing the spread of the coronavirus, which could be politically helpful to him despite public health risks.

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Silver lining?

Cartoons   |   April 14, 2020

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As millions of people worldwide are kept from work, school and most public places by coronavirus, satellite images show pollution on the decline.

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bookmark Isolation? Splendid!
Isolation? Splendid!

Cartoons   |   April 9, 2020

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Splendid isolation was the term for the diplomatic practice of avoiding alliances -- but it might now be applied to pandemic policy.

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Social nearing

Cartoons   |   April 6, 2020

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Thousands of young people ignored medical guidance to keep a safe distance from others and gathered on beaches for spring break.

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Measure for measure

Cartoons   |   April 1, 2020

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Cartoon by Brian Gable, April 1, 2020... read more

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Deadly divide

Cartoons   |   March 30, 2020

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Scientists are split over who should wear masks. A professor of epidemiology said for people who do need to go out a mask would lower the chance of infection, but the Centers for Disease Control says masks should be reserved for health-care workers.

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