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Fully Vaccinated US Travellers May Be Allowed into Canada By August

Canada could start accepting fully vaccinated travellers from the U.S. for non-essential travel by mid-August, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the country’s premiers Thursday. If COVID-19 vaccination rates remain on their current trajectory, Prime Minister Trudeau added, then Canada could...

EU Unveils Tough New Climate Rules Including Tax on Foreign Polluters

European Union policy-makers on Wednesday unveiled their most ambitious plan yet to tackle climate change, aiming to turn green goals into concrete action this decade, and in doing so lead the way for the world's other big economies. The European...

Border News: State Legislators Formally Ask Ottawa, White House to Reopen Canada US Border

A coalition of frustrated legislators from across the U.S. Midwest is formally asking the White House and Canada’s federal government to reopen the border to fully vaccinated travellers. The Midwestern Legislative Conference, an offshoot of the U.S. Council of State...

Protests in France Against COVID-19 “Health Pass” Rules

Police in Paris clashed with protesters railing against President Emmanuel Macron's health plan to require a COVID-19 vaccine certificate or negative PCR test to gain entry to bars, restaurants and cinemas from next month. Macron this week announced sweeping measures...

Vietnam to Mix Doses of Pfizer, AstraZeneca Vaccines

Vietnam will offer the coronavirus vaccine jointly developed by Pfizer and BioNTech as a second dose option for people first inoculated with the AstraZeneca vaccine, the government said on Tuesday. Vietnam's mass inoculation campaign is in its early stages, with...

Canada Sends 371 Athletes to Tokyo’s Olympic Games

Canada is sending its largest team to a Summer Olympics in 37 years. The Canadian Olympic Committee has announced the 371 athletes who will compete in Tokyo starting July 23. There were 225 women and 146 men named to the team. Canada’s...

EU Seeks to Rival China’s “Belt and Road” With Own Infrastructure Plan After G7 Pledge

European Union foreign ministers agreed on Monday to launch a global infrastructure plan linking Europe to the world, its latest step after deals with India and Japan and a similar pledge by the Group of Seven richest democracies. Suspicious of...

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