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As protests against a domestic COVID-19 vaccine passport got heated in British Columbia, some Canadian restauranteurs say there are concerns about enforcing the new requirement. Meeru Dhalwala, the chef and co-owner of Indian restaurant Vij’s in Vancouver, said she is expecting some “difficult” customers, as she saw during the previous waves of the pandemic concerning
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For the past 15 months, Canadians have been advised to avoid non-essential travel outside of Canada, but the definition of “essential” travel is open to interpretation and personal judgment. While it has not been against the rules to fly abroad, COVID-19 testing and quarantine measures, along with the reduced capacity of commercial airlines, have made
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Wednesday marks A Day to Listen, a partnership between the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund (DWF) and radio stations dedicated to amplifying Indigenous voices. With more than 500 radio stations across Canada participating, stories will be shared from Indigenous leaders, artists, storytellers and residential school survivors. Read more: ‘It was just never seen as
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Last week, the federal government announced that it would ease border measures for travellers entering the country. Alongside the continued rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, more and more Canadians are itching to travel after a year of being confined to their homes. Read more: Travellers should look at fine print before booking cheap flights, industry experts
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While it’s no secret that small businesses have encountered considerable hardship due to closures and restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, some business owners are remaining optimistic and finding ways to continue fostering communities. For Kevin Allan and Dannah Melad, what started as a mission to make the best gluten-free cookies possible blossomed into Vanilla
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