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The ​Feds Are Planning An ‘Internationally Accepted Proof Of Vaccination’ For Canadians

Trudeau says this will "allow Canadians to travel freely in the coming years."👇

Vaccine Passports Will 'Allow Canadians To Travel Freely:' Trudeau

Justin Trudeau discussed the concept of vaccine passports in Canada on Tuesday, sharing the federal government's plan to implement an "internationally accepted proof of vaccination."

During a press conference on July 13, he was asked whether the federal government will play a role in standardizing provincial programs when it comes to proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

"Different provinces will be doing different things. Where the federal government has a role to play and where we are looking is in terms of vaccine certification for international travel," he told reporters.

He noted that some provinces, like Quebec and Manitoba, have made moves to introduce their own internal vaccine passports, while Alberta has announced that they won't be required.

The prime minister continued, "Certainly, the federal government will be working with the provinces to ensure that there is an internationally accepted proof of vaccination that will allow Canadians to travel freely in the coming years."

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The designer says it all started with her sister looking for a t-shirt with Trudeau on it five years ago.

Justin Trudeau won the 2021 federal election and a spotlight feature in Tiffany Kwan's t-shirts this month.

Kwan started selling "Trudaddy" t-shirts last year from November 2020 until December 2020, but after the election results rolled in last week, she decided to bring her venture back and sell off some of her leftover stock.

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BC's Vaccine Passport Just Got Stricter & Now You'll Need To Show This Official Card

Make sure you have this before showing up at happy hour tonight!

If you live in B.C., you are probably used to carrying proof of a COVID-19 vaccine. However, starting Monday you will need to show the province's official vaccine card with a QR code to use many non-essential services.

When you're going into most restaurants or indoor public spaces in B.C. — including movie theatres and gyms — you'll need to show your vaccine card, alongside your government-issued ID.

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Ontario Has Hired 100 New Safety Inspectors To Help Enforce COVID-19 Vaccine Certificates

"Our government's inspectors will be patient, lead with education."

The government of Ontario has hired over 100 new safety inspectors to help enforce the new COVID-19 vaccine certificates.

The inspectors will be tasked with investigating workplaces in construction, industrial and health care settings to educate workers and businesses about providing proof of vaccination.

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The City announced that Toronto Public Health (TPH) is getting ready to vaccinate children between five and 11 years old and created a COVID-19 Vaccination Planning Group.

That being said, they are still waiting upon the approval from Health Canada as well as the receipt of vaccination for these kids from Ontario's Ministry of Health. According to the City, there are about 200,000 kids between ages 5 to 11 who are eligible to get vaccinated for COVID-19.

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