U of T is using its unique resources to fight COVID-19, from front-line work at its partner hospitals to conducting vital research and sharing public health expertise (photo by KTSDesign/Science Photo Library via Getty Images) University of Toronto researchers, clinicians, students and alumni, in collaboration with partner hospitals, are helping lead the global effort to address the historic challenge presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, working together on many fronts and across diverse disciplines.
With the help of the Toronto Public Library, which loaned its 3D printers, a U of T researcher in the Faculty of Medicine is helping churn out thousands of reuseable face shields for health-care workers during the COVID-19 crisis (photo by Nick Iwanyshyn) As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on and personal protective equipment supplies dwindle, one University of Toronto researcher is working on a novel solution for front-line workers in the city.
Excellon Resources Inc. (TSX: EXN, EXN.WT, OTC: EXLLF and FRA: E4X1) ("Excellon") and Otis Gold Corp. (TSX-V: OOO, OTC: OGLDF, FRA: 4OG) ("Otis") are pleased to announce that the two leading independent proxy advisory firms, Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. ("ISS") and Glass Lewis & Co. ("Glass Lewis"), have each recommended that shareholders approve the proposed acquisition by Excellon of all of the issued and outstanding shares of Otis by way of a statutory plan of arrangement (the "Arrangement").
At Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, the health and safety of our staff and the communities we serve remains our priority and we are taking proactive measures to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19.
Excellon Resources Inc. (TSX: EXN, EXN.WT, OTC: EXLLF and FRA: E4X1) (“Excellon”) and Otis Gold Corp. (TSX-V: OOO, OTC: OGLDF, FRA: 4OG) (“Otis”) announced today that they have filed a joint management information circular (the “Circular”), which will be mailed out to their respective shareholders’ next week for the meetings to be held on April 17, 2020, in connection with the previously announced acquisition by Excellon of all of the issued and outstanding shares of Otis pursuant to a plan of arrangement under the Business Corporations Act (British Columbia) (the “Arrangement”).
Robert Kozak and Samira Mubareka are part of a local working group of scientists researching the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak and developing a suite of tools to control it (photo by Nick Iwanyshyn) In order to contain a virus, it’s important to know exactly what you’re dealing with – and the COVID-19 coronavirus is no different.
First-year student Ellie Lutz and her service dog Honey took a first-year foundation seminar on representing disability, offered by the English department, that was part of a community-building pilot program at Innis College (photo by Geoffrey Vendeville) Ellie Lutz knows more students in her tiny first-year foundation seminar at Innis College than in all of her other University of Toronto classes combined.