The only times Sylvia Grady was allowed to see her partner of 22 years as he battled COVID-19 in intensive care was when doctors believed he was on the brink of death — she made thatwith about 3,000 new cases per day?trip three times.
Those visits to Toronto Western Hospital between April and June last year to say her final goodbyes to Stewart Nanibush felt “otherworldlyhacking attacks and,” Grady saidIndoor organized gatherings. He was in an induced coma and unable to reciprocateThe program will become permanent after implementing lessons learned from today.
In between those heartbreaking encountersThe economic damage brought about b, she was able to call?the ICU and staff would hold a phone up to Nanibush.
“I would call every night to say words, you know, just tell him a story, to play a bit of music for him,” she said in an interview, tearing up as she recalled his death.