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All provinces and territories have agreed to conform their proof−of−vaccine documents, or COVID−19 vaccine passports, to a national standard so that they can be used for international and domestic travel.

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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says as soon as Health Canada approves the COVID-19 vaccine for kids, Pfizer will ship millions of doses to vaccinate children as young as five.

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Members of the South Korean Confederation of Trade Unions wearing masks and costumes inspired by the Netflix original Korean series "Squid Game" perform during a rally demanding job security in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021. Thousands of workers gathered ignoring the government's call to cancel the assembly feared to affect the fight against COVID-19. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

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A judge has ruled against seven Manitoba churches that were fighting public health orders meant to stem the spread of COVID-19.

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TORONTO — A first-place win for Montreal pianist Bruce Xiaoyu Liu at the 18th Frederic Chopin piano competition is a victory that will be shared in some ways by Quebec’s most prestigious music schools, suggested one of his peers.

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A majority of Canadians are content with the state of their country’s democracy, a new survey suggests — a far cry from the situation in the United States, where Americans appear to be clamouring for reform.

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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced provinces and the federal government have agreed on a new national vaccine passport for domestic and international travel — and many Canadians already have them in their phones and wallets.

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