No, not really. We have a federal leader who, while being a bit of a drama idiot, has things mostly under control with the help of his able ministers. Most of our provinces have enacted strict and sensible precautions. Most of the population is complying.
The unvaccinated are fewer in numbers than in many countries and aren't allowed in to most places. If you're vaccinated, you can still do pretty much everything you did prior to the pandemic. If you're not, you can do those things if you provide proof of a negative PCR test. If you can't do that, you're limited to the very, very few places who will serve you under pre-vaccine conditions. In my vaccinated life, it's back to normal. Other than travel, of course, which is a questionable schmozzle.
Why do you feel so low? What can't you do? Can you dine out? Can you go to the library or bookstore? Can you take a walk, ride a bike, go for a swim?
JG10 - I worry a little about you. This is going to be the new normal.