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An Ontario cop is facing charges after she posted a now-deleted video on Twitter supporting the Canadian truckers who had protested COVID-19 mandates imposed by the government.

Officer Erin Howard from the Durham Regional Police Service is facing charges under the Police Services Act with two counts of breach of confidence, insubordination, and discreditable conduct.

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Ontario government workers will no longer need to provide proof of vaccination or undergo regular testing to go to work as of April 4.

Richard Mullin, spokesperson for the president of the Treasury Board, told Narcity in an emailed statement that the requirement to provide proof of vaccination or undergo regular COVID-19 testing will be lifted for Ontario government workers, except in high-risk congregate settings.

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With travel restrictions still in place for people who cross the Canada-U.S. border, Canadian and American politicians are calling for vaccine mandates for truckers to be removed.

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe co-signed a letter with Montana Governor Greg Gianforte along with 16 other U.S. governors to ask Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and President Joe Biden to reinstate vaccination exemptions for truck drivers.

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Nearly 24 months after COVID-19 hit Canada for the first time, provinces across the country are beginning to loosen pandemic public health measures.

From B.C. to Atlantic Canada, reopening plans are in various states of completion, so here's a look at what's going on and who's getting a taste of restriction-free life first.

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Canada's Freedom Convoy has now inspired other similar protests around the world, and in one country, protesters have even been spotted waving Canadian flags.

As of Thursday, February 10, Freedom Convoy demonstrations — triggered by the news of those in Canada — have been taking place in countries like New Zealand, Australia and France.

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