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Opinion | Quebec’s plan to vaccinate 80% of 5-11 years old before ending health emergency is textbook manipulation

After more than 20 months, the bullying has to stop.
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Austria reimposes nationwide lockdown and announces Europe’s first vaccine mandate for all eligible people

Austria’s Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg announced on Friday, November 19, 2021, that the country would be entering into a nationwide full lockdown and is planning to mandate the vaccine to all eligible people on February 1.
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Manitoba implements new restrictions, Health minister warns of more restrictions if new restrictions don’t reduce cases

On Friday, November 12, 2021, the province of Manitoba announced new COVID-19 measures with focus on youth sports, unvaccinated religious event goers, and hospital capacities.
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Chicago Public Schools cancel all classes on Nov. 12 for ‘Vaccine Awareness Day’

The Chicago Public Schools class cancellations on November 12, 2021 are part of an effort to boost vaccinations among younger students who became eligible for shots this week.
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Majority of Americans support workers resisting vaccine mandates, poll finds

In a new poll from Rasmussen Reports, more than half of voters say they support workers refusing to comply with vaccine mandates.
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Cook County judge temporarily halts Chicago mandatory vax date for police officers, sending city into arbitration with police union

Cook County judge Raymond Mitchell ruled in favor of a Chicago police union request for an emergency order to halt Chicago’s vaccine mandate policy so officers can return to work while the union and the city continue to negotiate the issue.
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Supply chain disruptions could last as long as pandemic, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says

During media appearances on Sunday, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said the supply chain issues being experienced across the country and world could last as long as the pandemic.
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NYC Mayor De Blasio suspects trash is piling up on city streets due to sanitation silent protest against his vaccine mandate

On October 20, 2021, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio announced that all municipal employees will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 with their first dose by 5 p.m. October 29, 2021 or be placed on unpaid leave.
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Students in Toronto told not to speak during lunch to curb spread of COVID-19

Parents of elementary school children at Alvin Curling Public School in Scarborough in Toronto, Ontario, Canada are speaking out after their children were told not to speak during lunch out of fear it would lead to the spread of COVID-19.
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Ontario government will call people who have yet to be vaccinated in outreach strategy

The government says they will be calling everyone with an Ontario health card number who are unvaccinated in an effort to educate them on how to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and to offer the vaccine-hesitant an opportunity to consult with a medical professional.
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Opinion | Quebec’s plan to vaccinate 80% of 5-11 years old before ending health emergency is textbook manipulation

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Opinion | Quebec’s plan to vaccinate 80% of 5-11 years old before ending health emergency is textbook manipulation

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Career criminal runs into crowd, kills five only two weeks after bail release

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Career criminal runs into crowd, kills five only two weeks after bail release

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Quebec government loses key court case to prevent natural gas exploitation as province seeks to ban fossil fuels production 

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Quebec government loses key court case to prevent natural gas exploitation as province seeks to ban fossil fuels production 

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CBC wrongly calls Quebec election, candidate gives victory speech only to lose shortly after

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CBC wrongly calls Quebec election, candidate gives victory speech only to lose shortly after

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Chicago Public Schools cancel all classes on Nov. 12 for ‘Vaccine Awareness Day’

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Chicago Public Schools cancel all classes on Nov. 12 for ‘Vaccine Awareness Day’

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