5 things to know by Monday, May 3, 2021


TORONTO – Canada has now given at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 40.28 percent of the country’s eligible population. What else do you need to know to start your day.

1. Alberta Cases: Alberta has become one of the hot spots for COVID-19 in Canada during this third wave of epidemics.

2. Vaccine Rollout: Canadian pharmacists are calling for an increase in the country’s supply of COVID-19 vaccines as people eagerly await their turn.

3. Behavior charge: The defense minister says what was known about the nature of the complaint against former defense chief General Jonathan Vance in March 2018 “does not matter.”

4. Proud Boys Breach: Proud Boys Canada, a far-flung group Ottawa recently designated as a terrorist unit, says it has disbanded.

5. ‘Born in Hell’: A woman who fled North Korea twice and found peace in the north of England wants to run for office and give back to her adopted community.

One more thing…

Better match: Frustrated by the lack of choice, a Toronto entrepreneur created a new startup by selling adhesive straps that better match the skin tone of black and brown-skinned Canadians.

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