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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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A man wears a mask as the territory of Nunavut enters a two week mandatory restriction period in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada, on Wednesday. More than 80 COVID-19 cases have been identified this month in Nunavut, where around 39,000 people, predominantly Inuit, live in communities scattered across the territory. Natalie Maerzluft/Reuters hide caption

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Museums Postpone Show Over Late Artist's Images Of Hooded Klansmen

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Amid Jump In Coronavirus Infections, Canada Issues New Restrictions

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The "box for wishes/suggestions for the universe," first appeared in Montreal in April. Emma Jacobs/NCPR hide caption

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A Suggestion Box For The Universe

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Manuel Mathieu named his 2017 painting of his grandmother Self-portrait because of the role she played in making him who he is. It was purchased by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 2018. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts hide caption

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'Can I Make Sure That I'm Not The Only One?' Artist Helps Museum Diversify Collection

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses a news conference last month in Chelsea, Quebec. David Kawai/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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In Canada, More Than A Dozen People Killed In Nova Scotia Shootings

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In March, the United States agreed with Mexico and Canada to restrict nonessential travel because of the coronavirus outbreak. Lars Hagberg/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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One Small Street In New York Funnels Migrants From The U.S. Into Canada

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Big royal statues from the Kingdom of Dahomey, in present-day Benin, are pictured in 2018 at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris. Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Across Europe, Museums Rethink What To Do With Their African Art Collections

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