Toronto's health-care system is on its way to being reworked to ensure that what happened to Joyce Echaquan won't happen here. 

Narcity spoke to the Strategic Lead in Indigenous Health at Temerty Medicine (University of Toronto), Dr. Lisa Richardson, to learn about future initiatives that will be implemented to keep Indigenous and Black patients safe in Toronto hospitals. 

Richardson, who is of mixed Anishinaabe descent, shared some of the practices that those in healthcare can expect to be using in the future, and how institutions will be held accountable. 

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One Ontario university is now taking action on students who aren't practicing proper social distancing measures. Queen's University parties can now end in expulsion if the gathering is deemed a threat to the community. The principal of the university announced that this applies to both on and off-campus housing. 

In a Wednesday statement, Patrick Deane, principal and vice-chancellor at Queen's wrote that the university will be holding students accountable for their actions. 

He noted that large parties have been a concern since the return to campus.

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