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Military officer overseeing Canada’s vaccine roll out steps down pending military investigation

The military officer tasked with overseeing Canada’s vaccine roll out is stepping down pending the results of a military investigation.…

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Njoo says activities after first vaccine dose come down to ‘personal risk assessment’

OTTAWA — Canada’s deputy chief public health officer says deciding what activities to do after a first COVID-19 vaccine dose…

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Preliminary talks on lifting Canada-U.S. border restrictions underway | CBC News

Preliminary talks on lifting restrictions along the Canada-U.S. border are underway, according to an official with direct knowledge of the file.…

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Toronto plastic surgeon’s licence suspended for social media posts, surveillance of patients without consent | CBC News

A Toronto plastic surgeon and self-styled social media influencer has had his licence to practise medicine suspended.  In a decision…

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Bloc Quebecois leader says next federal election campaign could begin in mid-August

Bloc Quebecois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet says he sees an opening to begin the next federal election campaign on Aug. 16…

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Canadians can look forward to small, outdoor summer gatherings if vaccine targets are met: officials

OTTAWA — The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has issued preliminary guidelines detailing what Canadians can expect to do…

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Judge orders Church of God doors locked in Aylmer, Ont., for defying pandemic health rules | CBC News

Ontario Superior Court Justice Bruce Thomas has ordered that locks be put on the exterior doors of Aylmer’s Church of God,…

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Nick Wammes: Cycling to Tokyo

The Town of Bothwell will be represented on the world’s biggest sporting stage when Nick Wammes takes the cycling track…

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OPINION | CBC poll: Results give us an idea of who the vaccine hesitant in Alberta really are | CBC News

This column is an opinion from data scientist John Santos. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. The…

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Canada should engage UN racism group, though chair independence a question: expert

HALIFAX — Canada should respond to a UN committee examining whether it failed to protect Mi’kmaq fishers from racist violence,…

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