Canadian snowbirds chartering private planes for faster vaccine access

 
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Canada has had more than 635,100 total cases of COVID-19, with more than 79,000 cases still active. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
 
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FIVE THINGS TO KNOW
 
1
  Extremism migrating north
In the aftermath of Donald Trump supporters breaching the U.S. Capitol, national security and diplomatic insiders are cautioning Canada to keep an eye on similar extremist sentiment fomenting in this country.
 
2
  Neighbourly changes
Now that Democrats have control of the U.S. Congress, CTVNews.ca takes a look at how the new political landscape could have ripple-effects north of the border.
 
3
  Virus tactics
An upcoming nightly curfew in Quebec is hogging the headlines, but some public health experts say it's another plank of Premier Francois Legault's new plan that other provinces should pay the most attention to.
 
4
  Frontline worker deaths
A few months into the pandemic, a registered nurse in a Toronto-area long-term care facility told her son that they were "overworked and understaffed" at her job, and that she believed change was needed. Maureen Ambersley, 57, died this week of COVID-19.
 
5
  Flying south
Some Canadian snowbirds are chartering private planes to Florida where anyone over age 65 is able to get vaccinated for COVID-19 right now.
 
 
 
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ONE MORE THING...
 
 
Home ice
 
The Ontario government has announced that the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators will be allowed to host other Canadian teams for home games this upcoming NHL season.
 
 
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