Ottawa unveils standardized vaccine passport for international travel

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The federal government says Canadians should use their provincial or territorial proof-of-vaccination documentation to travel internationally — although it will be up to foreign governments to accept them or not. Also, Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough tells Power & Politics why the federal government is ending its broad-based pandemic support in the middle of the fourth wave.

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