1. One-in-four Canadians cannot afford the holiday season this year - Canada News  Castanet.net
  2. Most Manitobans dissatisfied with province's pandemic response: survey  CTV News Winnipeg
  3. Latest COVID-19 vaccine progress not impacting Canadians' desire for immunization  BNN Bloomberg
  4. Study shows Canadians no more, no less willing to be vaccinated - Canada News  Castanet.net
  5. Pfizer, Moderna & Meh: Highly effective COVID-19 vaccines don't impact Canadian desire for immunization  Angus Reid Institute
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A new national survey has revealed one-in-four Canadians will not be able to afford the Christmas/holiday season this year.A new national survey has revealed one-in-four Canadians will not be able to afford the Christmas/holiday season this year.

One-in-four Canadians cannot afford the holiday season this year - Canada News - Castanet.net

Recent announcements of highly-effective COVID-19 vaccines have had little impact on Canadians’ willingness to get vaccinated, according to a new survey, which found that Manitoba is the most dissatisfied province when it comes to the government’s handling of the pandemic.Recent announcements of highly-effective COVID-19 vaccines have had little impact on Canadians’ willingness to get vaccinated, according to a new survey, which found that Manitoba is the most dissatisfied province when it comes to the government’s handling of the pandemic.

Most Manitobans dissatisfied with province's pandemic response: survey | CTV News

Hey, remember 2019, when we all got freaked out about anti-vaxxer parents recklessly allowing their kids to spread measles in B.C.’s school system?Good times, good times.That seems almost quaint now. . .Hey, remember 2019, when we all got freaked out about anti-vaxxer parents recklessly allowing their kids to spread measles in B.C.’s school system?Good times, good times.That seems almost quaint now. . .

Jack Knox: In an ocean of COVID, many reluctant to grab life ring | Times Colonist

Canadians no more, no less willing to be vaccinated against novel coronavirus than two months ago November 20, 2020 – Markets soared and optimism surged when Pfizer announced its COVID-19

Pfizer, Moderna & Meh: Highly effective COVID-19 vaccines don’t impact Canadian desire for immunization - Angus Reid Institute