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Pictured here is a poster for a protest challenging the lockdown and other measures to be held in St. Catharines in April, 2021. The poster was taped to a telephone pole on the corner of Central Avenue and Jarvis Street.

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Pictured here is the construction of Fort Erie International Academy's Student Residence in its next stage of construction.

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During Ontario's Stage 2 of Covid-19 Re-opening, St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church was first in town to reopen. Strict social distancing measures were set in place, which included screening of mass attendees, temperature-taking, and restricted…

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During summer of 2020, construction began toward building a student residence for Fort Erie International Academy. The progress was hampered by the Covid-19 pandemic, but its pace quickly picked up once restrictions were lifted. Construction workers …

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During the acute phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, public parks were closed to create social distancing. Pictured here is a park on Niagara Boulevard with fencing around the playground to ensure compliance.

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During the acute phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, librarys were required to close. Pictured here is the front door of Fort Erie Public Library's Centennial branch, which communicates its indefinite closure.

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During the acute phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, in-person church services were suspended. But, like many churches everywhere, Fort Erie churches took to social media to offer congregations a chance to worship. Pictured here is the sign outside of…

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Pictured here is a sign on Jarvis Street, advertising an Easter turkey takeout dinner at the Runaround on Courtwright Street during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Pictured here is a trailer and johnny on the spot parked outside of Fort Erie International Academy. Government regulations during the Covid-19 pandemic were amended to include non-essential construction in the list of workers required to stay home.

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During the Covid 19 pandemic, the province of Ontario mandated the closures of churches and other places of worship. Pictured here is a note at the door of St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Central Avenue.
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