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Opinion: Quebec challenged carbon taxes, but should be glad it lost

Justin Trudeau must be delighted the Supreme Court has ruled that his carbon taxes are constitutional. As for Quebec, while it may not like the ruling on political grounds of federal government infringement on Quebec’s jurisdiction, the ruling does favour Quebec’s position on climate change. It gives Quebec a competitive advantage.

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Vaccine ramp-up still plagued by delays, uncertain deliveries

A few weeks into what the federal government has billed as the 'ramp-up' phase of Canada's mass vaccination effort, the rollout is still being plagued by delays in Moderna shipments and lingering uncertainty about when and how many doses of AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson's shots will land.

People wait in line at a walk-in clinic to receive a dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Montreal, Sunday, April 11, 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues in Canada and around the world. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

Princes William, Harry won't walk side-by-side at funeral

Prince William and Prince Harry won't walk side-by-side Saturday as they follow their grandfather's coffin into the church ahead of Prince Philip's funeral, minimizing the chances of any awkward moments between the brothers who are grappling with strained relations since Harry's decision to step away from royal duties last year.

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