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Canada considers what to do with millions of unused COVID-19 vaccine doses

Canada considers what to do with millions of unused COVID-19 vaccine doses

OTTAWA — Canada must decide what to do with millions of unused COVID-19 vaccine doses now that officials have confirmed they won't be needed to vaccinate children. Roughly 6.
Line 5 dispute 'directly and significantly' impacting Canada-U.S. relations: Enbridge

Line 5 dispute 'directly and significantly' impacting Canada-U.S. relations: Enbridge

WASHINGTON — Michigan's efforts to shut down Enbridge Inc.'s Line 5 cross-border pipeline have "directly and significantly" impacted the relationship between Canada and the United States, the company argues in new court documents.
Quebec premier says Trudeau must ensure the Quebec nation does not lose a seat

Quebec premier says Trudeau must ensure the Quebec nation does not lose a seat

The Quebec premier has challenged Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ensure that the province does not lose a seat in the planned redistribution of parliamentary ridings in Canada.
People with allergic reaction to COVID-19 vaccine can still get second dose: NACI

People with allergic reaction to COVID-19 vaccine can still get second dose: NACI

OTTAWA — Even people who had severe allergic reactions to their first dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine can still safely get a second dose, according to Canada's vaccine advisory committee.
Montreal police make arrest in fatal stabbing of 16-year-old outside school

Montreal police make arrest in fatal stabbing of 16-year-old outside school

Montreal police say they've made an arrest in the fatal stabbing of teenager outside a high school this week. Police say a minor was arrested today and faces charges of second-degree murder and conspiracy.
Privacy czar probing complaints about federal public service vaccination requirement

Privacy czar probing complaints about federal public service vaccination requirement

OTTAWA — The federal privacy watchdog is investigating "a number of complaints" about the government's COVID-19 vaccination requirement for public servants.
Not the time to 'freely go wherever,' says Tam as non-essential travel advisory lifts

Not the time to 'freely go wherever,' says Tam as non-essential travel advisory lifts

OTTAWA — Canadians should carefully weigh any future decisions on taking foreign trips even though the federal government has lifted a global advisory asking them to avoid non-essential travel, health officials cautioned Friday. Dr.
Quebec is relaxing COVID-19 restrictions, but dance floors remain empty

Quebec is relaxing COVID-19 restrictions, but dance floors remain empty

MONTREAL — For Montreal DJ Marc-André Patry, there's no point performing if people can't dance. "I wouldn't go to the museum for an exhibition and look at a piece of art on the wall if it was 80 per cent covered.
Hand-washing, no yelling 'trick-or-treat': Quebec offers up pandemic Halloween rules

Hand-washing, no yelling 'trick-or-treat': Quebec offers up pandemic Halloween rules

MONTREAL — Quebec kids are being asked not to yell 'trick-or-treat' as they go door-to-door for candy and to keep a bottle of hand sanitizer handy this Halloween.
Canadian Blood Services eyes removing sexual orientation-based donation restrictions

Canadian Blood Services eyes removing sexual orientation-based donation restrictions

If Jason Goncalves has to answer detailed questions about his sex life in order to donate blood plasma, he'll grit his teeth and do it.