[NOW CLOSED] Share your COVID-19 pandemic experience
CBC wants to cover the many ways the pandemic has impacted people in Saskatchewan
This submission form is now closed and will no longer be monitored for new entries.
CBC Saskatchewan thanks the nearly 300 residents who took the time to share their pandemic experiences with us. Your submissions led to important storytelling, such as:
- Immigration declined during the pandemic but some still took the leap; here's one family's experience
- Sask. teachers speak up about leading a classroom through a pandemic
- Pandemic has brought unexpected joy for some families with autism, 'wake-up call' for others
- 'I don't feel like a person': Sask. long-term care resident says COVID restrictions affecting mental health
- among many others.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been relentless and shows no signs of slowing down.
Over the course of this tumultuous period, CBC Saskatchewan has strived to cover as many aspects of the virus's impact on the province and its people as possible.
We know there are so many more stories to tell. We know there is a wide breadth in how people have been affected by the pandemic — and that that will change over time.
That's where you come in. We're looking for Saskatchewan residents to share how COVID-19 has impacted their lives.
Over the past few months, we've received dozens of responses via the private form below detailing everything from families separated by borders to interrupted medical procedures to concerns over school safety.
You've helped us tell stories like parents' worries over how their autistic children would be accommodated in this new approach to schooling, and how isolation in long-term care homes has severely impacted people's mental health, young and old.
There are many more areas we want to cover, and issues we want to follow up on for your sake. We also want to tell positive stories — of people coming together during this time or unexpected outcomes of the pandemic.
Share your story below or share this page with those you think might have one to tell.