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White House to maintain travel restrictions as Delta ravages unvaccinated Americans

White House to maintain travel restrictions as Delta ravages unvaccinated Americans

WASHINGTON — U.S. President Joe Biden didn't mince words Monday when asked whether his administration will be able to convince more holdout Americans to change their minds about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

Feds on track to have enough doses of COVID-19 vaccine for eligible Canadians

The federal government expects to receive enough doses of COVID-19 vaccine this week to fully inoculate all eligible Canadians. Ottawa is anticipating shipments of roughly five million doses of COVID-19 vaccine this week.
Canada goes for Gold and First Indigenous GG Gets Sworn In: In The News for July 26

Canada goes for Gold and First Indigenous GG Gets Sworn In: In The News for July 26

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of July 26... What we are watching on the world stage ...
A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country

A look at COVID-19 reopening plans across the country

As COVID-19 vaccination rates increase and case numbers drop across the country, the provinces and territories have begun releasing the reopening plans for businesses, events and recreational facilities.
Tory riding associations' war chests larger than other parties, analysis shows

Tory riding associations' war chests larger than other parties, analysis shows

OTTAWA — An in-depth analysis by The Canadian Press of federal parties' financing at the grassroots level shows Conservative candidates' riding-based war chests are flush with cash, dramatically outpacing their political rivals.
Doctors, air pollution experts forecast worsening health effects of wildfire smoke

Doctors, air pollution experts forecast worsening health effects of wildfire smoke

VANCOUVER — Health experts warn that a shift in mindset and new solutions are needed as exposure to smoke from bigger wildfires becomes a regular occurrence.

Pandemic changed people's views on their future in long-term care, survey suggests

TORONTO — A survey from the Angus Reid Institute suggests that the pandemic has changed the way most Canadians think about their future with long-term care.
Expert: climate change expected to bring longer wildfire seasons and more area burned

Expert: climate change expected to bring longer wildfire seasons and more area burned

VANCOUVER — A combination of drought, heat and drier fuels is causing larger areas to burn in British Columbia, says an expert.
Pandemic pares back pomp of Mary Simon's installation ceremony as governor general

Pandemic pares back pomp of Mary Simon's installation ceremony as governor general

OTTAWA — When Mary Simon walks into the Senate on Monday to be installed as the country's next governor general, she will find the upper chamber sparsely populated.
Technical difficulties on first day to register in Quebec vaccination lottery

Technical difficulties on first day to register in Quebec vaccination lottery

MONTREAL — Quebecers might need to be patient as they try to register in Loto-Québec draws intended for those who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.