In this chapter, we explore our labor experiences in Canada during the pandemic of 2020 through a feminist and intersectional lens, via the methodology of duoethnography. We contextualize our narratives within the broader literature, identifying the emerging and evolving issues surrounding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women’s lived experiences in societies which remain deeply marked by patriarchal norms and gendered divisions of labor. Duoethnography allows us as immigrant, academic women, and mothers to articulate and analyze our personal experiences of intense new work over the months of March to July 2020 in a dialogic fashion, in the context of feminist themes of productive and reproductive labor. By doing so, we are also exploring the transformations of such labor in the Canadian academy, under pandemic conditions, through the prism of gender, class, and migrant positionality.