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Canadian and American flags fly near the Ambassador Bridge connecting Canada to the U.S. in Windsor, Ontario, in May. Half of respondents in a poll of Canadians this month by Nanos Research said restrictions on travel across the U.S.-Canada border should not be eliminated until this fall or next year. Cole Burston/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Canada's Taking It Slow On Reopening Its Border To Travelers From The U.S. Here's Why

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Canadian Man, Accused Of Driving Down A Muslim Family, Faces Terrorism Charges

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4 In Muslim Family Killed After Targeted By Driver Motivated By Hate, Police Say

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Canadians Call For Action After Remains Found At Ex-Indigenous School

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John Harrower, a truck driver from the Canadian province of Manitoba, receives a COVID-19 vaccine shot in North Dakota in late April. John Harrower hide caption

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They Had Leftover COVID Vaccines. So They Offered Them To Their Canadian Neighbors

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On The U.S.-Canada Border, Neighbors Are Helping Each Other Out With Vaccinations

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Proud Boys Named 'Terrorist Entity' In Canada

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Amid Variants And Limited Vaccines, Canada Braces For A COVID-19 Surge

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Over A Year: Canadian Border Closure Extension Keeps Families Apart

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Canadian Rights Groups Say Emergency Measures No Longer Necessary For Asylum-Seekers

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Canadian Officials React To Biden Revoking Keystone XL Permit

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Canada Lockdown Reimposes Measures In Preparation For Hospital Influx

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A health care worker administers a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to personal support worker Anita Quidangen at The Michener Institute, in Toronto, Canada, on Monday. Quidangen was one of the first people in Canada to receive the shot. Carlos Osorio/Reuters hide caption

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Canada Administers Its 1st COVID-19 Vaccine Shots

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Canadians In 'Atlantic Bubble' Take Drastic Measures To Keep Infections Low

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