If mommy kisses Santa Claus this Christmas, hopefully they’ll be in the same household bubble.
After all, COVID-19 means this is going to be a holiday like no other we’ve experienced before.
Canadians’ plans for the holiday season are a reminder to all of us – but especially to those making decisions about lockdowns and public health measures – that life has more than just a physical dimension to it.
There are spiritual and social dimensions that matter, and there are physical and mental health dominoes that fall when those aspects of our needs go unmet for too long.
Most of us are ready to hunker down for the holidays, according to a new Angus Reid Institute (ARI) survey in partnership with the think-tank Cardus.