"Because of the high uptake […] we're now second in the G20 in terms of vaccination doses," Trudeau explained.
The G20 is made up of 19 countries (including Canada) and the European Union.
The prime minister's message was backed by infectious diseases physician Isaac Bogoch from the University of Toronto, who shared data on April 24 showing that "Canada is now consistently ranked #2 among G20 countries for the rate of #COVID19 vaccines administered."
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If you're looking for a new work opportunity, there are over 2,000 Amazon jobs in B.C. opening up this year as a result of a new expansion across the province.
According to a press release by Amazon Canada, there will be five new sites in British Columbia including an "advanced robotics fulfillment centre" in Vancouver, a sorting centre in Langley, and delivery stations in Langley, Pitt Meadows, and Delta.
The thousands of new jobs are safe, offer competitive pay, and come with "industry-leading benefits and career growth opportunities starting on day one," says the release.
"Our new facilities will help us meet our customers' growing demand for great products and faster delivery times while also expanding the service and support we can provide to the thousands of local small businesses selling their products on Amazon," said Sumegha Kumar, director of Canadian customer fulfillment operations at Amazon Canada.
Huge companies like Google, Microsoft, and Amazon often have job openings around Canada, so if you're looking to hop on a new career path, you may want to keep an eye on those job boards.
"I would say that given the number of cases is so high still, the number of hospitalizations and ICU overload and so on, I would be surprised if things open up at the end of May. They may open partially."
The doctor warns that the government doesn't want to rush Ontario's reopening plan when the time comes. "Certainly, we don't want to open prematurely and end up with a fourth wave. That is the last thing we need."
In a since-deleted video, a young woman claims she matched with Matthew Perry on a dating app when she was 19 years old and shared clips from a FaceTime call they had.
Kate Haralson, who lives in L.A., told Page Six that within the last year she matched with the 51-year-old Canadian-raised actor on Raya, an exclusive dating app that members have to apply to and pay to join, and says he quickly asked to video call with her.
She told the gossip and pop culture site that the pair played 20 Questions, and says Perry didn't ask anything sexual but said she did feel uncomfortable given that he's a year older than her dad.
She shared a clip from their FaceTime on TikTok, because she thought it "would be funny," and it went viral. However, she ended up deleting the video 24 hours later, telling Page Six that she felt bad because the former Friends star was a "nice guy."
This is the second video of this nature to go viral in recent days, with another TikTok user sharing a video message Ben Affleck sent her after they too matched on Raya. The posts have prompted some, including Haralson, to call out the actors for talking to younger women online.