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Across the region, tourism has changed since the border closed in March 2020. And while some towns this summer tracked more visitors than ever before, the number of Canadian visitors lags behind pre-pandemic numbers.
North America has a gun problem.
Some 79% of customers, or 414,000, were without power in Nova Scotia, and 95%, or 82,000, had lost power on Prince Edward Island, utility companies said.
The Canadian Press, a national news agency in Canada, reported Thursday that border restrictions will end on Sept. 30.
The digital application allows travelers to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination and other mandatory travel information to the Canada Border Services Agency within 72 hours of crossing the border, either through the free ArriveCan mobile app or on the CBSA website.
The attacks in Saskatchewan province were among the deadliest in Canada's modern history. A statement by indigenous leaders indicated they may have been drug-related. Police said some of the victims appeared to have been targeted, while others were apparently random.

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U.S. ban on hunter-harvested fowl applies only to a few areas of Canada where avian influenza continues.
The 85-year-old pope is making the week-long apology tour of Canada to fulfill a promise he made to Indigenous delegations that visited him this year at the Vatican, where he made the initial apology.
The first full day of his Canadian tour will be dedicated to indigenous peoples and the apology, with a Mass to be held in Edmonton's Commonwealth Stadium on Tuesday.

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