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Canadians’ trust in COVID-19 vaccines growing, but it depends on the shot: survey 
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A new survey from Proof Strategies suggests it’s not only Canada’s national vaccine advisers who have a “preferred” COVID-19 vaccine. The survey of ...

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COVID-19 travel checkpoints now in place on 4 B.C. highways
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Police began enforcing COVID-19 restrictions on non-essential travel on four B.C. highways on Thursday. Each of the RCMP road checks is prefaced by ...

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Ontario outdoor recreational facilities to stay closed until COVID-19 cases drop: minister
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TORONTO — Ontario’s closure of outdoor recreational facilities will remain in place until COVID-19 cases decline significantly, the government said ...

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Holder blasts golfers who used closed city course as ‘ignorant,’ ‘inconsiderate’
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London Mayor Ed Holder didn’t mince words on Monday, describing scofflaw golfers who were seen hitting the links at a closed city-owned course as ...

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COVID-19: Ontario may shorten interval between vaccine doses as more supply expected
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Ontario might shorten the length of time between COVID-19 vaccine doses as it prepares to receive more supply this month. The province expects to ...

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Canada is holding back its 1-shot J&J COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s what you need to know
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Quality concerns over Canada’s batch of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines have prompted the nation’s health agency to withhold the shot’s ...

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Ontario reports more than 3,300 new COVID-19 cases, 29 deaths
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Ontario reported 3,369 COVID-19 cases on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases in the province to 466,733. For comparison, last Saturday ...

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A look at why Atlantic Canada excels at slowing the spread of COVID-19
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Canadians living outside the Atlantic region could be forgiven for rolling their eyes when Nova Scotia called in the military this week, having ...

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Ontario reports 3,887 new COVID-19 cases, 21 deaths
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Ontario is reporting 3,887 new COVID-19 cases on Friday. The provincial total now stands at 463,364. Friday’s case count is higher than Thursday’s ...

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Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside ‘approaching herd immunity’ as vaccine campaign enters 2nd phase
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Vancouver’s mayor is hailing a successful COVID-19 vaccination campaign in the city’s Downtown Eastside as “hopeful news,” as health-care workers ...

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Health Canada stands behind AstraZeneca COVID-19 shot after 1st blood clot death reported
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Health Canada maintains that the benefits of the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine continue to outweigh the possible risks, after the first blood ...

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Regina Catholic, public schools opening buildings to students on May 3
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In-class learning is expected to resume next week in Regina Catholic and public schools for secondary students.The announcements were made by the ...

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