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First phase of vaccine certification going live in July for travellers entering Canada
As the travel industry pushes the government to ease travel restrictions, the federal government plans to roll out the first phase of its vaccine certification program for travellers entering the country starting early next month, CBC News has confirmed.
Vaccine committee says provinces should give AstraZeneca recipients a different vaccine for second dose
O'Toole pulls Conservative MPs from national security committee, alleging Liberal cover-up related to COVID-19
AFN says Ottawa using 'racist and colonial' policies to restrict services for Indigenous children
U.S. donating additional 1 million COVID-19 vaccines to Canada
The United States is donating one million additional doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Canada. The doses are expected to arrive in Toronto later today.
Refugees plead with Ottawa to bring their children, spouses from war-ravaged Gaza
More than a dozen refugees in Canada — separated from their loved ones in war-ravaged Gaza for more than two years — are desperate for the federal government to help their families escape the looming threat of violence back home.
Justice Mahmud Jamal is first person of colour nominated to the Supreme Court of Canada
Canada locks up Black immigrants, asylum seekers longer than other detainees: report
Ottawa should explore removing Mounties from communities, MPs suggest
Six months after former GG Payette's resignation, chief justice still juggling two jobs
The West is moving to isolate China — and Canada could reap the rewards
A tumultuous week for Annamie Paul's Greens will reverberate across all of federal politics
Nunavut MP Mumilaaq Qaqqaq says departure from Parliament not the end of her story
Green Leader Annamie Paul says attempt to force her out driven by racism, sexism
Conservatives look to use rarely-invoked tactic to rebuke head of Canada's public health agency
COVID-19 has 'spread like wildfire' through Kashechewan — and children are suffering most: Miller
Senate approves bill to implement UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Why NATO's tentative pivot to the Asia-Pacific may be a hard sell
'There's a lot of anxiety rising. Everybody's getting scared': Kashechewan at COVID-19 breaking point