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Spring is here! What a glorious time of year. Everything is so fresh and green! After a long winter, what better way to celebrate than by bringing some of that green onto our plates?

 

 

Faced with the current situation, community involvement is more important than ever before to protect and support the most vulnerable. Even if the COVID-19 pandemic affects us all, its repercussions are not the same for everyone.

 

Contributing to collective efforts to reduce the impact of this virus is very important to us. For this reason, we are proud to provide financial support to seven organizations based in Quebec. With this act of solidarity, we hope to help the people most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to get through this difficult period and encourage medical research to fight this virus.

 

 

COVID-19 has disrupted many travel plans. Fortunately, thanks to technology, and with a little imagination, you’re able to live out your dream and escape from the comfort of your home..

 

 

 

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have all been made aware of the importance of limiting our trips to the grocery store as much as possible. But how can we maintain good eating habits while following these guidelines?

 

In collaboration of Mylène Duplessis Brochu, nutritionist at Fondation Olo, here is some advice to help us choose the right foods to promote healthy eating habits and simplify our lives in these times of uncertainty.

 

Travel assistance specialists do more than answer your questions about your insurance coverage: wherever you are, they help you get the best care in an emergency and support you every step of the way of your before, during and after treatment. To do this, Blue Cross Travel Assistance relies on the expertise of a complete medical team, made up of nurses and medical advisors. 

 

Kim-Anh To Quoc, nurse at Blue Cross Travel Assistance, explains the ins and outs of medical assistance to support our clients while travelling.

 

In a society that places so much importance on performance and productivity, it can be hard to give yourself permission to do nothing. With the pressure from social media to always be at your best and use the current situation to follow through on your resolutions and to-do lists you could easily get the impression that there’s a “right” way to shelter at home. Here are a few tips to help you be a little kinder to yourself in these unusual times.