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Canada's border communities find togetherness in facing pandemic challenges

Canada's border communities find togetherness in facing pandemic challenges

The world's longest undefended border was first shut down on March 21, 2020
Health officials in Prince Edward Island report three new cases of COVID-19

Health officials in Prince Edward Island report three new cases of COVID-19

All three cases are related to travel outside the Atlantic region
New Brunswick reports 13 new cases of COVID-19 in locked-down Edmundston area

New Brunswick reports 13 new cases of COVID-19 in locked-down Edmundston area

Edmundston deputy mayor Eric Marquis says residents are frustrated with the continued spread of the novel coronavirus
Undocumented workers hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccines, fear deportation: advocates

Undocumented workers hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccines, fear deportation: advocates

Karen Cocq said many of the workers already don't use the health-care system because they're afraid of losing their jobs if an employer discovers their immigration status
Vaccine distribution ramping up as 11 per cent of Canadians get first shots: Ottawa

Vaccine distribution ramping up as 11 per cent of Canadians get first shots: Ottawa

Over 4.3 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in Canada
New Brunswick orders 'circuit breaker' restrictions in northwest after COVID outbreak

New Brunswick orders 'circuit breaker' restrictions in northwest after COVID outbreak

Officials are reporting 30 new cases of COVID-19 today, including 24 in the Edmundston region
People infected with COVID-19 may need just one dose of vaccine, studies say

People infected with COVID-19 may need just one dose of vaccine, studies say

Studies have suggested people who have had COVID-19 may produce the required antibody response with just one dose of a vaccine
Hardest hit businesses call for extension of federal wage, rent subsidies

Hardest hit businesses call for extension of federal wage, rent subsidies

The government has targeted June 5 for an end to the federal wage and rent subsidies
Worrisome COVID-19 trends reported amid new vaccine supply concerns

Worrisome COVID-19 trends reported amid new vaccine supply concerns

Thousands of new cases on average and 31 deaths were being reported daily, the Public Health Agency of Canada said in its latest update
COVID-19 weakened environmental rules across Canada, mostly in Alberta: study

COVID-19 weakened environmental rules across Canada, mostly in Alberta: study

Every jurisdiction in the country except Manitoba relaxed at least some
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