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<b>COVID-19:</b> Health Canada says blood clots may be linked to AstraZeneca vaccine, but still very rare

COVID-19: Health Canada says blood clots may be linked to AstraZeneca vaccine, but still very rare

Health Canada says there is no evidence showing certain people are more at risk than others and the vaccine will remain authorized for all adults in Canada
<b>COVID-19:</b> Vaccine-induced blood clots under more scrutiny as Canada reports first case

COVID-19: Vaccine-induced blood clots under more scrutiny as Canada reports first case

The vaccine news is also dropping as the third wave of COVID-19 is exploding
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Improving death-friendliness offers further opportunity to improve social inclusion

BEYOND LOCAL: Improving death-friendliness offers further opportunity to improve social inclusion

A death-friendly approach could lay the groundwork for people to stop fearing getting old or alienating those who have, experts say
<b>COVID-19:</b> WestJet extends temporary suspension of international sun flights until June

COVID-19: WestJet extends temporary suspension of international sun flights until June

WestJet President and CEO Ed Sims said in a release that it made the decision with the clear expectation that as more Canadians are vaccinated, government policy will change
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Why investing in early childhood is critical after COVID-19

BEYOND LOCAL: Why investing in early childhood is critical after COVID-19

COVID-19 has led to global shut-downs which have rattled economies and families and will affect children for years to come
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Liquor license suspended at Barrie restaurant after staying open despite provincial order

ONTARIO: Liquor license suspended at Barrie restaurant after staying open despite provincial order

Video posted on weekend shows mob yelling at inspectors
<b>CANADA:</b> Most Canadians plan to get COVID-19 vaccine, but safety fears drive hesitancy, poll says

CANADA: Most Canadians plan to get COVID-19 vaccine, but safety fears drive hesitancy, poll says

Confidence in provincial governments in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, as well as the federal government in Ottawa, is also taking a beating
<b>COVID-19:</b> Laid-off workers feel they've lost a sense of control due to pandemic

COVID-19: Laid-off workers feel they've lost a sense of control due to pandemic

Compared to Canadians who remained stably employed, those who became temporarily laid off felt more powerless
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Terry Fox's brother urges Canadians to keep up the fight

BEYOND LOCAL: Terry Fox's brother urges Canadians to keep up the fight

'Terry would say anything is possible if you try,' says older brother, adding 'that's what we challenge Canadians to do: try like Terry'
<b>ONTARIO</b> Province adding ICU beds, hiring nursing students to deal with surge in COVID-19 cases

ONTARIO Province adding ICU beds, hiring nursing students to deal with surge in COVID-19 cases

The province said the various measures will eventually help create between 700 and 1,000 ICU beds to treat the rising number of patients