The pandemic hit LGBTQ Canadians differently. Researchers want to know why

Why were sexual and gender minority people more affected by layoffs, and saw their physical and mental health impacted more severely than Canadians overall as COVID-19 spread this year?

Online surveys have suggested contributing factors to these startling truths. Nathan Lachowsky, associate professor at the University of Victoria’s School of Public Health and Social Policy and research director at the Vancouver-based non-profit Community-Based Research Centre, is leading a nationwide project to gather much more data on the topic.

nate_lachowsky.jpgNathan Lachowsky, Research Director at Community-Based Research Centre.

This article was written by Carl Meyer and originally posted on the National Observer. Please click HERE to read the full article.

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The pandemic hit LGBTQ Canadians differently. Researchers want to know why
The pandemic hit LGBTQ Canadians differently. Researchers want to know why
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