Political outliers: Conservative MPs remain silent on COVID-19 vaccination status

Most federal and provincial parties are open about the immunization status of their members, even though not all legislatures have adopted a rule requiring full vaccination.
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Quebec COVID-19 cases surge again, with 1,355 new infections Friday
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NACI recommends COVID-19 booster shots for people over 50
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