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Ontario to move into phase 1 of reopening plan Friday, June 11th

Ontario is set to enter the first phase of its reopening plan as the vaccination campaign is well underway and cases have been steadily decreasing.
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Quebec issued more than $28 million in fines during lockdown

During the lockdown in Quebec, Canada, fines were in excess of more than $28 million for breaking the Public Health Act. These fines included breaking the provincial curfew, illegal gatherings in homes, non-compliance with masking at protests, as well as other non-compliance related to public health measures.
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Canada loses 68,000 jobs in May as country fails to reopen, while United States gained 559,000 jobs

Canada lost 68,000 jobs in April as most of the country is still under some form of lockdown, while the United States has gained 559,000 jobs during the same period.
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Ontario schools to stay closed to in-person learning until September, Premier Ford announced after Ontario’s top doctor called for reopening sooner

On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, the Premier of Ontario Doug Ford announced that schools will remain closed for in-person learning for the rest of the academic year until at least September 2021.
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Quebec health minister admits government is maintaining health emergency powers to ‘negotiate with unions’

In Tuesday’s press conference, the Quebec health minister Christian Dubé admitted that although the situation was under control in the hospitals, the government would not repeal the public health emergency powers because they need those powers to negotiate with unions.
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Quebec to end curfew on May 28th and allow outdoor dining

The Quebec government is set to announce its roadmap to reopening the Quebec economy on Tuesday at 5 PM.
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Canada loses 207,100 jobs in April, U.S. adds 266,000

On May 7, 2021, both the US and Canada posted ‘disappointing’ job numbers. Canada lost 207,100 jobs in April as unemployment rose to 8.1%. The United States added 266,000 jobs, less than the anticipated 1,000,000 jobs increase for April 2021.
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Oxford University: Canada ranks among highest in the stringency of government measures, near China and Cuba

The COVID-19 Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT) from the Oxford University suggests that the stringency of lockdown measures in Canada ranks nearly as high as those of communist China and Cuba.
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30,000+ gather in Montreal for family-friendly anti-lockdown protest

On Sunday, May 1st, tens of thousands of Québécois gathered by the Montreal Olympic Stadium to protest the province’s strict lockdown measures which have been in place for over seven months.
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Opinion | Jérôme Blanchet-Gravel on the fate of Quebec’s provincial Conservative Party

Eric Duhaime, the party’s newly elected leader, is set to shake things up in the Conservative Party of Quebec and turn it from a marginal party to a true political force. Journalist Simon Leduc from Québec Nouvelles interviewed essayist Jérôme Blanchet-Gravel on the subject.
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Mainstream Quebec media pushes narrative that 75% vaccine coverage is not enough, now 90% needed

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Mainstream Quebec media pushes narrative that 75% vaccine coverage is not enough, now 90% needed

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Rock legend Eric Clapton says he will not play in venues where proof of vaccination is required

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Rock legend Eric Clapton says he will not play in venues where proof of vaccination is required

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Family of dying man denied the right to say goodbye because they were not double vaccinated

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Family of dying man denied the right to say goodbye because they were not double vaccinated

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Offensive online posts “undermine Canada’s democracy”, Steven Guilbeault’s Heritage Department says

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Offensive online posts “undermine Canada’s democracy”, Steven Guilbeault’s Heritage Department says

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Justin Trudeau confirms vaccine certification system is coming, fails to condemn Cuban regime’s suppression of protestors

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Justin Trudeau confirms vaccine certification system is coming, fails to condemn Cuban regime’s suppression of protestors

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