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The U.S. has vaccinated 51 million people. Two million people have been vaccinated across Canada.
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Taking neighbourhood into account would save 10 per cent more lives, scientists say.
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The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, has been hospitalized since Feb. 16.
On this edition: Capturing the quarantine hotel experience.
The southern resident orcas travel long distances during the winter to find food, which leaves them with little energy.
The ship didn't have any power or ability to steer.
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization said the interval between doses can be stretched to inoculate more people.
Former ombudsman Gary Walbourne said he had a "hostile" meeting with the defence minister.
Longtime representative David Sweet said he knows he’s breaking with his party.
He had argued he shouldn't be found criminally responsible for killing 10 people because he is autistic.
The first 500,000 doses are set to arrive from India on Wednesday.

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