Around this time last year, the world was hit with a global pandemic that changed—well, everything. With strict lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, it has been profoundly confusing for people as they navigate through this unprecedented time in history. Over the last 12 months, we’ve covered various pieces of news around COVID-19 in an effort to help keep our readers informed about the do’s, the don’ts, and plainly, what to expect going forward as rules and regulations shift. Can you go to the cottage? Can pets contract the virus? We spoke to experts and answered many questions. Here’s a roundup of some of the stories we’ve written.
Read our COVID-19 articles here:
Is there a cottage succession silver lining to COVID?
Border mapping issue causing headache for American cottagers in COVID
What if you have COVID-19 at the cottage?
Managing anxiety during COVID-19
Cottage country braces for COVID-19
‘We’ll get through this’: cottage country businesses pivot amid COVID-19
COVID-19 and flooding: Will the pandemic complicate efforts to manage natural disasters?
Is our COVID-19 seclusion good for the birds?
Can mosquitoes and black flies transmit COVID-19?
Can your pets catch COVID-19? Here’s what one researcher says
Go behind the scenes on COVID-19 emergency planning in small towns
Answers to FAQ cottagers have about COVID-19
How this 101-year-old is coping during COVID-19 in cottage country
Drive-in theatres in the Summer of COVID-19
Ontario reinstates environmental protections suspended during COVID-19
How COVID-19 is heating up the cottage real estate market
11 guests COVID-19 positive after visiting Muskoka resort
Cottage swap: a solution for COVID-19 border restrictions
Canadian ski resorts brace for changes during COVID-19
Chapman’s Ice Cream could play a role in storing Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine
Ontario’s cottage-country mayors weigh in on new COVID-19 regulations
How the OPP will enforce new COVID-19 regulations among cottagers
New COVID-19 restrictions apply to ice fishing huts, OPP says
What rights do the OPP have under COVID-19 regulations when pulling you over?
Bracebridge mayor asks for separation between Muskoka and Simcoe County under COVID-19 restrictions