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'Likely link' between rare heart inflammation and Pfizer, Moderna vaccines: CDC advisers

Rare cases of heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults is likely linked to vaccination with the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 shots, a group of doctors advising the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a presentation released on Wednesday.

AstraZeneca, Pfizer vaccines effective against Delta COVID-19 variants: study

COVID-19 vaccines made by AstraZeneca and the Pfizer-BioNTech alliance remain broadly effective against Delta and Kappa variants of the COVID-19 causing virus, which were first identified in India, according to a scientific study, underpinning a continued push to deliver the shots.

Second person charged in alleged homophobic assault at Toronto Island

A second person has been charged in connection with an allegedly homophobic violent assault at the Toronto Island earlier this month.

Harrison Ford injures shoulder on 'Indiana Jones 5' set

Harrison Ford is taking a hiatus from filming 'Indiana Jones 5' after sustaining a shoulder injury on set. The 78-year-old was hurt rehearsing a fight scene, a spokesperson for the Walt Disney Co. said Wednesday.

Manitoba moves forward with first step of reopening; gathering sizes increase, restaurants can reopen

With Manitoba meeting and exceeding its COVID-19 vaccination target, the province will begin its first step of reopening this weekend, increasing gatherings, and giving fully vaccinated Manitobans more eased restrictions.

Canadian vaccine yields promising early results

The University of Saskatchewan’s Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) has announced positive early results from phase one trials of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate: COVAC-2.

Toddler falls from 2nd-storey window of B.C. apartment, prompting heat wave safety warning

A toddler fell from the second floor of a Burnaby, B.C., apartment building over the weekend, prompting a public warning about leaving windows unsecured during the province's heat wave.

O'Toole tells Conservative caucus he's against cancelling Canada Day

In a speech to his caucus, Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole shared his opposition to any push to 'cancel' Canada Day celebrations following the discovery of unmarked graves of Indigenous children at a former residential school.

'A life of choice': Will pandemic habits have staying power?

Building new habits can be difficult, but throughout the pandemic many people have had new habits forced upon them. Experts say, for better or worse, it might be difficult to break them when rules and restrictions ease.

Ontario meets vaccine targets to enter Step 3 weeks ahead of schedule

Ontario has met the vaccination thresholds required to enter the third and final step of the economic reopening weeks ahead of schedule.

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