As Ontario begins to open up, the Algonquin College campus, like many of the 43 other post-secondary institutions across the province, remains largely empty. Following the plan set out by the Colleges and Universities Minister Ross Romano back in June, some schools introduced limited face-to-face instruction in early July.
For now, the college campus’s hallways, usually teaming with students, are quiet, the parking lots, normally filled with hundreds of cars, almost vacant.
The campus waits until students can return after the pandemic is under control. The following photos are a small sampling of what the college is like right now: