Global National, Oct. 8, 2021 | Vaccinated Canadians warned to stay vigilant this Thanksgiving
CA, 09 Oct 2021
As Canadians prepare to give thanks during the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, health officials are warning people to remain vigilant, regardless of whether they’re vaccinated or not. Raquel Fletcher explains why.
Canadians who received mixed COVID-19 vaccine doses are frustrated that they still can't travel to some places abroad. Mike Le Couteur has the latest from federal officials on when those restrictions may lift, or if a booster shot is needed.
A Colorado hospital has told a woman she can't get a kidney transplant even though her friend is willing to donate the organ. Jennifer Johnson explains what religion and COVID-19 vaccines have to do with the decision.
Gas prices are already reaching record highs in Canada, and that increase isn’t expected to stop soon. Mike Drolet reports.
After U.S. forces withdrew from Afghanistan and the Taliban seized control of the country, many are questioning what was accomplished by the 20-year mission. Mike Armstrong explains what the war has changed, and what Afghan women want to remain the same.
Lately, health care workers across Canada have been subjected to abuse from patients and protesters. But as Heather Yourex-West explains, there are still small and mighty acts of kindness for frontline workers battling Alberta and Saskatchewan’s devastating fourth wave.
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