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Ontario asks Ottawa to work with WHO on ensuring mixed vaccines recognized abroad

Politics Ontario has asked the federal government to ensure Canadians who received mixed COVID-19 vaccines will be cleared for international travel as border measures lift. Ontario Premier Doug Ford with Health Minister Christine Elliott. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press) Ontario has asked the federal government to ensure Canadians who received mixed …

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The final SONA

It wasn’t his swan song, President Duterte said yesterday of his final State of the Nation Address. Still, he dedicated a significant portion of his SONA in defense of his most controversial campaign promise, the eradication of the drug menace. Into his sixth and final year, the President admitted that …

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More air quality alerts issued as smoke, over 140 forest fires plague northwestern Ontario

Thunder Bay As over 140 forest fires burn in northwestern Ontario on Monday, Environment Canada has issued air quality statements to more communities affected by smoke and poor visibility. More than 140 forest fires were reported in northwestern Ontario on Monday morning.(Jeff Walters/CBC) Air quality statements to more northwestern Ontario …

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Association Of Filipino Canadian Engineers’ Virtual Induction Of Newly-installed Officers And Board Of Directors For The Term 2021-2022

  Toronto, 13 July 2021 – On 09 July 2021, Philippine Consul General Orontes V. Castro inducted the newly-installed Officers and Board of Directors for the term 2021-2022 of the Association of Filipino Canadian Engineers (AFCE) during the organization’s Annual General Membership Assembly via Zoom. Consul General Castro congratulated the …

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