From quarantine ships to paintings of diseases as “transcendental entities,” a Toronto architecture student is mapping out historical and visual artifacts to examine how design has adapted through plagues of the past.
Financial security and independence can also play into household formation, which is commonly measured by a “headship” rate — the higher the rate, the more households within a population. Toronto's headship rate has fallen by six per cent between 1991 and 2016.
“We try to create opportunities through our programming where (youth) can learn from more established artists to hone their artistic skills … and put your fingerprint on your city,” said Nia Centre executive director Alica Hall.
About 130 student refugees were poised to resettle in Canada and begin their post-secondary educations, but visa office closures and country-specific travel restrictions have pushed their earliest possible arrival to winter semester.