Hurricane Fiona is set to make landfall on Canada’s Atlantic coast this weekend, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is clearly in favor of ending COVID-19 vaccine border rules, and Canada will finally appoint a new ambassador to China. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
1. Hurricane Fiona: Hurricane Fiona is set to blow across Atlantic Canada and Quebec this weekend as a powerful post-tropical storm.
2. Border rules: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appears to have agreed to expire at the end of this month a decree enforcing mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirements at the Canadian border.
3. New Ambassador: Prime Minister Trudeau has also appointed Jennifer May as Canada’s new ambassador to China, filling a key diplomatic post that has been vacant for nearly a year, sources told CTV News.
4. Color change: A new study finds that the blueness of lakes is fading and that many lakes are in danger of turning green-brown permanently.
5. We asked, you answered: Amid shortages of various over-the-counter children’s medicines, parents told CTVNews.ca they are struggling to help their sick children.
Canadian hurricane: Here are the major hurricanes that hit Canada:
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