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Particularly brutal flu season sees 24 Canadians die

So far this flu season 24 Canadians have died, and more than 13,000 lab-confirmed detections have occurred across the country. 11,000 of those were variations of Influenza A, with H1N1 the dominant strain, an increase by nearly half over this time last year.
So far this flu season 24 Canadians have died, and more than 13,000 lab-confirmed detections have occurred across the country. 11,000 of those were variations of Influenza A, with H1N1 the dominant strain, an increase by nearly half over this time last year. 2:03