Some countries that are currently mulling the recommendation and possible requirement of a third vaccine dose include France, Britain and Finland.
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The Quebec government has said the lottery is an attempt to get 75 per cent of its eligible population fully immunized against COVID-19 by the end of August.
Montreal police spokeswoman Caroline Chèvrefils says the man appeared to be intoxicated and was transported to a detention centre for a breathalyzer test.
The driver, 25, who was alone in the vehicle and who police say was intoxicated, was arrested for impaired driving.
Price could become the face of the NHL’s 32nd franchise if general manager Ron Francis and his staff decide to take on one of the biggest contracts in hockey.
The watchdog says its preliminary information suggests police used force to arrest the 30-year-old man, who then lost consciousness in the police car on the way to the station.
Police say the car had swerved, rolled over and the driver was ejected from the vehicle.
The Énergie Saguenay project was first introduced to the Indigenous communities in 2014 as a measure to fight climate change.
This is Quebec’s 40th drowning of the year. The province recorded 95 drownings in 2020 and 59 in 2019.
Italy’s Euro Cup final win against England gave Montreal soccer fans a chance to revive the pre-pandemic era celebratory spirit across the city.
Authorities say the boy was in cardiopulmonary arrest when officers arrived on the scene.
According to initial reports, the man was in a boat with two other people when they drifted towards the rapids. That’s when the 27-year-old fell into the water.
The ceiling on customers at retail businesses will also rise, with sports venues allowed to accommodate 50 spectators indoors and 100 outdoors.
Owners of Italian cafes and English pubs in Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa said they were prepared for their patios to fill up with pre-pandemic era celebratory spirit.
Officials say recent water sample analyzes have shown the presence of bacteria that can be harmful to a person’s health.