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U.K.’s summer getaway takes off but nothing like pre-COVID-19

Today News || LONDON — With all British schools now closed for the summer, airports and airlines were looking a…

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Canada

Symmetry not guaranteed on border policy: envoy

News Today || Canada News | WASHINGTON — Just because Canada and the United States worked closely together to restrict…

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England quarantine rules being relaxed to avoid shortages

Today News || LONDON — The British government has sought to ease food supply pressures in England by exempting more…

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Canada

Canada vs Zimbabwe: Two divergent paths of COVID-19 vaccination

News Today || Canada News | HARARE, ZIMBABWE — When mother-of-three Amanda Wood heard that hundreds of coronavirus shots were…

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Business

With no government directive, businesses face backlash on vaccine status

Today News || TORONTO — Without clear directive from governments, businesses have to decide whether to make vaccines mandatory for…

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Canada

Some Canadians frustrated they still can’t cross U.S. land border

News Today || Canada News | TORONTO — Canadians are expressing frustration at still being unable to drive across the…

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Canada

Yukon easing restrictions but some will remain until more people vaccinated: minister

News Today || Canada News | WHITEHORSE — Rising vaccination rates and low numbers of infections mean several COVID-19 restrictions…

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Business

Uncertainty around return to workplaces adding to Canadians’ declining mental health: report

Today News || TORONTO — A new report has found that many Canadians are still uncertain of what to expect…

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Canada

Trudeau says Canada won’t ‘dictate’ how U.S. relaxes its border restrictions

News Today || Canada News | OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it’s not up to Canada to weigh…

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Government expects foreign states’ wariness of mix-and-match vaccination to ‘evolve’

News Today || Canada News | OTTAWA — Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc is sounding a note of hope that…

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