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B.C. not quite ready to follow CDC advice on vaccinated people no longer needing masks

Halifax teachers breathe a ‘sigh of relief’ over shift to online learning, union president says

B.C.’s provincial health officer said Thursday it is too soon to know if our province can follow the latest relaxing of pandemic restrictions in the U.S., but we should start to learn more “soon.” The  U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advised Thursday that fully-vaccinated people against …

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Airline industry group urges Canada to follow U.K.’s lead, plan restart for air travel

Halifax teachers breathe a ‘sigh of relief’ over shift to online learning, union president says

An industry group is calling on Ottawa to follow the United Kingdom’s lead and help bring in a restart plan for Canada’s airline sector. Mike McNaney, president and chief executive officer of the National Airlines Council of Canada, says the U.K. has announced that starting May 17 it will …

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‘People need to understand their actions matter’: Frontline workers urge people to follow public health restrictions

Halifax teachers breathe a ‘sigh of relief’ over shift to online learning, union president says

The number of COVID-19 cases in Nova Scotia has been rapidly rising, along with the number of cases in hospital. In one week, the province has gone from 263 active cases and five people in hospital, to 822 active cases and 34 people in hospital, including six individuals in …

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Ontario is launching paid sick leave. Should other provinces follow suit?

Halifax teachers breathe a ‘sigh of relief’ over shift to online learning, union president says

Following months of public pressure prompted by a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Ontario government has finally announced its paid sick leave program. The Ontario COVID-19 Worker Income Protection Program is retroactive, beginning April 19 and ending on Sept. 25. It includes access to three paid sick days, and …

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When is it OK to travel in Saskatchewan? Follow COVID-19 guidelines, keep bubbles small: experts

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Over a year into the novel coronavirus pandemic, and many at home are stir-crazy; but is it OK to travel in Saskatchewan? The short answer — it depends. Read more: SHA warns of COVID-19 variant exposure at Canadian Plasma Resources in Saskatoon There’ve have been varying calls for people …

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‘Be part of the solution’: Aylmer, Ont., police chief calls on churchgoers to follow restrictions – London

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Authorities in Aylmer, Ont., are asking members of the town’s Church of God to “lead by example” and abide by provincial pandemic orders during a planned drive-in service this Sunday that is expected to see an increased police presence. Police are looking to avoid a situation like the one …

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Coronavirus: front-line workers plead with Quebecers to better follow public health measures – Montreal

Coronavirus: front-line workers plead with Quebecers to better follow public health measures - Montreal

The very slight reprieve seen in the past several days from Quebec’s months-long upward COVID-19 curve has yet to be felt in the province’s hospitals. Now, exhausted front-line health-care workers are pleading with the public to be more vigilant about following public health rules to curb the spread of …

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‘We have a responsibility’: Oliver, B.C., pastor issues emphatic plea to follow public health orders

Ken Clarke, a pastor at Valley Congregational Church in Oliver, said it is his personal conviction that one of the most loving, compassionate, and Christ-honoring actions we can take to protect one another is not to gather in large groups.

A religious leader in Oliver, B.C., said fear he’d lose his son to COVID-19 and the reality of the virus circulating in the community gave him unique insight into the peril caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic. Ken Clarke has been the pastor at the Valley Congregational Christian Church …

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Coronavirus: Mayor of Kelowna urges protesters to follow public health orders – Okanagan

Coronavirus: Mayor of Kelowna urges protesters to follow public health orders - Okanagan

The mayor of Kelowna, Colin Basran, issued a statement Friday afternoon, urging protesters to comply with public health orders, even as they rally against them. He asked those that attend the weekly protests that are happening in the city to respect their fellow citizens by wearing masks and keeping …

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Beaconsfield bans hockey on outdoor rinks after players refuse to follow rules – Montreal

Beaconsfield bans hockey on outdoor rinks after players refuse to follow rules - Montreal

The closest Beaconsfield residents will get to a real game of outdoor hockey anytime soon is on the street. The West Island municipality banned hockey on Saturday morning at its six outdoor rinks this winter. Just days after opening the rinks for outdoor hockey during the pandemic, Beaconsfield Mayor …

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