Take a moment and search through our growing collection of research and interviews about Saskatchewan's pandemic experience.
Charities at the Heart of Our Communities.
An infographic created by SPHERU, documenting mental health outcomes in Saskatchewan between March 2020 to June 2021.
This poster documents the creation of a Zotero database gathering primary and secondary documents related to COVID-19 in Saskatchewan.
The Covid-19 Community Archive was created in 2020, shortly after the pandemic began and enabled anyone in Saskatchewan to share their story.
This poster explores how residents of Saskatchewan used social media to discuss key topics throughout the pandemic, including mask mandates, shutdowns, and vaccination.
This poster explores if the growing incidence of mental issues during the pandemic affected suicidality and substance misuse.
This poster explores the different impacts of COVID-19 on youth and children in rural and urban areas.
This poster explores the results of See Us, Hear Us 2.0 documenting mental health in children and youth in Saskatchewan (2021-2022)
This poster, part of the See Us, Hear Us 1.0 project, analyses how children's perception of their mental health during the first year of the pandemic may have differed from the answers given by parent / caregiver's.
A qualitative analysis of the data generated by the See Us, Hear Us 1.0 project, featured at MOMS 2022.