As B.C. college students began their first day of sophistication, colleges in different provinces are put to the take a look at by COVID-19 infections and small outbreaks. Canada’s prime soldier talks in regards to the navy’s drawback with far-right sympathizers and what’s being performed about it. Plus, is the way forward for COVID-19 testing at dwelling?
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01:41 Alberta colleges take care of COVID-19 instances
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06:06 Quebec will advantageous those that refuse to put on masks
08:36 Ford says Feds aren’t imposing quarantine orders
09:21 Invoice Morneau violated Elections Act, commissioner says
09:52 Canada’s prime soldier admits far-right exercise is an issue
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15:02 WHO calls AstraZeneca vaccine delays “wake-up name”
15:33 Russia begins mass testing of COVID-19 vaccine
19:17 NFL kicks off season with new deal with racial injustice
22:06 Is the way forward for COVID-19 testing at dwelling?
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