Do you have questions about the Omicron COVID-19 variant? We want to hear from you

With the recent emergence of a new COVID-19 variant of concern, labelled Omicron, CTVNews.ca wants to hear from Canadians with any questions about the variant.
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After 12 years in business as a Regina staple, the Mercury Café made a post on Facebook Tuesday asking for support, saying they are ‘hanging by a thread’.
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Adele breaks down in tears announcing Las Vegas concert residency delay
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Canadian health officials to provide update on COVID-19 pandemic
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U.S., Russia on ‘clearer path’ to an understanding amid Ukraine tensions: Blinken
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In the Habs' room: Montembeault gives a 49-save performance
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N.B. to hold COVID-19 update Friday morning as lockdown continues
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