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Cowessess First Nation asks for ‘time to heal’ following discovery of unmarked graves at Saskatchewan residential school – Global News

Cowessess First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme called for “understanding” following the discovery of an estimated 751 unmarked graves at a former residential school in Saskatchewan. “We need time to heal, and this country must stand by us,” he stated. Read More: https://globalnews.ca/video/7977829/cowessess-first-nation-asks-for-time-to-heal-following-discovery-of-unmarked-graves-at-saskatchewan-residential-school

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Public health restrictions to be eased across Qikiqtani, Rankin Inlet

Nunavut (June 23, 2021) – Today, Dr. Michael Patterson, Nunavut’s Chief Public Health Officer, announced new public health measures in Rankin Inlet and in all Qikiqtani communities except Iqaluit and declared that the COVID-19 outbreak in Kinngait is over. “Through hard work by Nunavummiut and our public health teams, it has been more than 28 […]

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Four New Positive Covid-19 Cases and Eight Resolved Confirmed in James & Hudson Bay

June 23, 2021 To our community members: We can confirm that there are four new COVID-19 cases and eight resolved in our region. WAHA has received authorization from the leadership of Kashechewan First Nation to state that these new cases are in Kashechewan, Ontario. WAHA is working with Porcupine Health Unit and the local health […]

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What to know about relaxed travel measures for fully vaccinated Canadians – CTV

June 24, 2021 Relaxed travel rules for fully vaccinated Canadians may make visiting the United States easier for some, but uncertainly around travelling with unvaccinated children is already causing frustration for others, travel experts say. The federal government still advises against non-essential travel — either by land or by air — to U.S. and international […]

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Confusion, frustration as Canadians react to COVID-19 travel restrictions for unvaccinated children – CTV

June 23, 2021 TORONTO — The federal government announced their first phase of lifting international travel restrictions this week, with new guidelines that allow for fully vaccinated Canadians, permanent residents and certain foreign nationals to avoid staying in mandated quarantine hotels and self-isolating for 14 days upon arrival. The easing of travel restrictions go into […]

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Ontario Premier Doug Ford to get second AstraZeneca shot on Thursday – CTV

June 24, 2021 TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expected to receive his second dose of AstraZeneca on Thursday afternoon. According to a news release issued by his office, Ford will receive the shot of COVID-19 vaccine at 12:30 p.m. at a pharmacy in Etobicoke. The premier received his first dose on April 9. […]

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PSA: Iqaluit Food Voucher Distribution

DATE ISSUED: June 23 2021 EVENT: Iqaluit Food Voucher Distribution DATE AND INFORMATION: Monday, June 28 – Wednesday, June 30, 2021, 10am – 7pm pickup Iqaluit Curling Rink, Monday, June 28 – 10am – 7pm Abe Okpik Hall Apex Friday, July 2 – Saturday, July 3 at home delivery The Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA) and […]

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COVID-19 mRNA vaccines may be ‘new trigger’ for heart inflammation, CDC group says, but benefit outweighs risk – CBC

12.6 reported cases of heart inflammation per million second doses given, U.S. data shows Jun 23, 2021 A U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory group now says reports of heart inflammation in people given an mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine are likely linked to the vaccine, but that the benefits of vaccination still outweigh […]

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Weeks away from a full reopen, data shows Sask. has lowest vaccination rate among Canadian provinces – CBC

Cases of the delta variant continues to rise as the province pushes people to get their second dose Jun 23, 2021 After initially leading the nation in vaccination rates, Saskatchewan has fallen to the back of the line when it comes to putting shots in the arms of its residents. According to data from CBC’s […]

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States find vaccine incentives not always key to getting more shots in arms – CBC

In Canada, two provinces have also offered cash and prizes for shots Jun 23, 2021 Ohio, the state that launched the national movement to offer millions of dollars in incentives to boost vaccination rates, planned to conclude its program Wednesday — still unable to crack the 50 per cent vaccination threshold. The state isn’t alone […]

by tumpa on June 24, 20216 Views

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