1. 'My husband loved life': Winnipeg woman is reminding people to still be cautious with COVID-19 following her husband's death  CTV News Winnipeg
  2. These Quebec nurses are willing to sacrifice their careers to avoid getting COVID-19 shots  CBC.ca
  3. COVID-19 Update: U.S. border opening details expected today | Alberta NDP calls for all-party committee to investigate COVID response | Officials encouraged by downward COVID-19 trends  Calgary Herald
  4. Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Wednesday  CBC.ca
  5. The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for Oct. 13  CBC.ca
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A Winnipeg woman is calling on people to continue to be mindful of COVID-19 after her husband died from the virus, despite being fully vaccinated.A Winnipeg woman is calling on people to continue to be mindful of COVID-19 after her husband died from the virus, despite being fully vaccinated.

Winnipeg woman is calling for people to remain vigilant with COVID-19 after her husband passes away | CTV News

CBC News spoke to three Quebec nurses who'd rather lose their jobs than be vaccinated against COVID-19. With the province imposing a deadline for nurses to be vaccinated, some of them are making backup plans.CBC News spoke to three Quebec nurses who'd rather lose their jobs than be vaccinated against COVID-19. With the province imposing a deadline for nurses to be vaccinated, some of them are making backup plans.

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COVID-19 Live Updates: News on coronavirus in Calgary for Oct. 13 | Calgary Herald

COVID-19 Update: Alberta reports 38 deaths, 652 new cases | Alberta woman wants answers after mom dies at Calgary AgeCare facility | Children will not be included in triage protocols: AHS | Calgary Herald

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Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well as the Northwest Territories, still have frighteningly high rates of active COVID-19 infections.Alberta and Saskatchewan, as well as the Northwest Territories, still have frighteningly high rates of active COVID-19 infections.

The Worst of the Fourth Wave Is Over in Canada. The Prairies Are Still a Mess.