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News
July 21, 2021  

France requires COVID pass for Eiffel Tower, tourist venues

By Alex Turnbull and Angela Charlton PARIS — Visitors

News
July 20, 2021  

Fully vaccinated U.S. citizens can enter Canada Aug. 9, rest of world Sept. 7

By James McCarten WASHINGTON — Fully vaccinated U.S. citizens

News
July 19, 2021  

Gathering restrictions should have come earlier, says Manitoba’s top doctor

By Steve Lambert WINNIPEG — Manitoba’s chief public health

Feature
July 16, 2021  

Ontario won’t make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for any industry: Ford

Premier says it’s up to private companies to come up with their own employee vaccination policies

News
July 16, 2021  

Freedom or folly? U.K.’s end to mandatory masks sows confusion

By Jill Lawless LONDON — For many, it’s a

News
July 16, 2021  

Gyms, restaurants, cinemas can reopen as Ontario enters Step 3 of reopening

Public health restrictions on businesses and gatherings are rolling back further

News
July 15, 2021  

Movies and museums: Manitoba to loosen more COVID restrictions

By Kelly Geraldine Malone WINNIPEG — Manitobans who are

News
July 15, 2021  

Yukon aiming to lift COVID-19 state of emergency in August

‘The more people who get vaccinated, the safer this territory will be’

News
July 13, 2021  

France rushes to get vaccinated after president’s warning

With infections rising, Macron mandates special COVID passes to go to restaurants, shopping malls, or travel

News
July 12, 2021  

France’s Macron tries to slow variant, boost vaccines

By Angela Charlton PARIS — Is France’s summer over

Feature
July 9, 2021  

Ontario set to move to Step 3 of reopening on July 16

Indoor activities will resume, outdoor activities can take place with larger groups

News
July 8, 2021  

Alberta company fined after grinder sets worker’s clothes on fire

An Edmonton company pleaded guilty to one count under The

News
July 8, 2021  

Saskatchewan company fined $350K after worker dies in conveyor entanglement

A Regina company was fined $350,000 in Weyburn Provincial

News
July 8, 2021  

Quebec to remove capacity limits in retail stores, reduce distancing to one metre

By Sidhartha Banerjee MONTREAL — Quebec’s government is removing

News
July 8, 2021  

Saskatchewan prepares to reopen Sunday, offers public health guidance

Public health order requiring masks indoors will be lifted

News
July 7, 2021  

Niagara’s top doctor says reopening border with U.S. this summer is too risky

The top doctor in Ontario’s Niagara Region says he

News
July 6, 2021  

City council votes to repeal masking bylaw ahead of this week’s Calgary Stampede

Edmonton’s city council has also voted to repeal their masking bylaw

News
July 5, 2021  

B.C. business operators cautiously excited about return to near-normal

By Hina Alam VANCOUVER — The buzz of full

News
July 5, 2021  

B.C. residents should still wear masks in indoor public places: top doctor

VICTORIA — British Columbia’s top doctor is encouraging people to continue

News
June 30, 2021  

B.C. premier says ‘extraordinary results’ mean most restrictions being lifted July 1

‘We welcome Canadians back to B.C., provided you’ve had those two vaccinations’