Producer, The National
Perlita Stroh is a producer with The National at CBC News. She works on news and current affairs stories and is based in Toronto.
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Frustration grows among seniors and caregivers over Ontario's COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Vaccinating seniors 'is absolutely the right thing to do, and it's frankly long overdue,' geriatrics doctor says.
Fear, frustration, compassion and shame: What nurses are dealing with during the pandemic
The work nurses have done during the COVID-19 outbreak has been arduous, as well as a risk to their personal health, but they have persevered - here are some of their stories.
Pandemic 'pressure cooker' is driving more couples to seek advice about separation, divorce
Family lawyers report increase in calls for advice about how to dissolve relationships.
Valerie Jarrett, former Obama adviser, on Joe Biden's White House transition and challenges
Based on her time working with Joe Biden in the White House, Jarrett says she hopes the qualities she knows the president-elect possesses will help him heal divisions in the U.S.
Pandemic threatens to wipe out decades of progress for working mothers
During COVID-19, women's participation in the Canadian workforce has fallen to a level not seen since the mid-80s, with unprecedented job losses and an unequal burden at home. That's not just bad for women, but the entire economy, say experts.
Stress, anxiety a heavy burden for people who can't work from home or properly isolate
Some pockets of Canadian society are being hit harder by COVID-19 than others, and there's increasing pressure on people like front line workers and homeless people who aren't able to isolate themselves from the community.
'There was no normal to come back to': Former Diamond Princess cruise passengers struggle with long isolation
The ship's 47 Canadian passengers had already been through a month of quarantine and isolation before returning home.
COVID-19 isolation measures increase risk for those in abusive relationships
Imposed isolation is meant to protect us from COVID-19, but it's also putting many people at a higher level of risk because they're confined in a space with the very person who is abusing them.
Depression and anxiety are no laughing matter - except at Stand Up For Mental Health
Program coaches people with mental health issues to create stand-up comedy routines from their struggles, complementing therapy and helping them open up about their challenges.
How 3D holograms and AI are preserving Holocaust survivors' stories
Canadian Max Eisen has had his memories of what happened to him and his family during the Holocaust archived using an interactive system powered by artificial intelligence.