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Opinion: Aiming for a COVID-19-free summer in Quebec, but is it possible?

Quebec Premier Francois Legault promised that by June 24, all residents will have access to a first jab of the vaccine and then we should then be off to a wonderful summer, 'if we all behave well.' But overreliance on the vaccine as the only solution to the pandemic should be avoided. Several factors cast uncertainty into what the following months will bring.

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Canada's not on Britain's latest quarantine-free travel list

The British government on Friday announced a 'first tentative step' toward resuming international travel, saying U.K. citizens will be able to travel to countries including Portugal, Iceland and Israel later this month without having to quarantine on their return.

Everything you need to know about the WTO's COVID-19 vaccine patent proposal

The Canadian government is in talks whether or not to lend its support to a World Trade Organization's proposal to waive intellectual property rights and patents on COVID-19 vaccines. CTVNews.ca spoke with experts about what the proposal means, how vaccine patents work and the importance of intellectual property rights.

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