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Canada has now fully vaccinated 72.75 per cent of the country's eligible population. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
 
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FIVE THINGS TO KNOW
 
1
  Fortin allegation
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin will be formally charged by Gatineau police with one count of sexual assault on Wednesday, according to his lawyer.
 
2
  Disaster in Haiti
Just days after a deadly earthquake, Haiti is suffering a punishing tropical storm that's leaving many people stranded and starving.
 
3
  Afghan interpreters
A retired Canadian soldier and a former Afghan interpreter are urging Ottawa to help the families of those who aided Canada's mission in Afghanistan.
 
4
  Campaign trail
Twice in recent days, heated anti-vaccination sentiments over COVID-19 shots were front and centre as Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau made campaign stops.
 
5
  Tory majority
Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservatives surged to an upset election win Tuesday, after capitalizing on their main opponent's early stumbles and promising a big-spending fix for the troubled health system.
 
 
 
MUST-SEE VIDEO
 
 
A B.C. firefighter is opening up about life on the frontline of the province's fight against raging wildfires.
 
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ONE MORE THING...
 
 
Back to campus
 
If you're a student returning to school in September, here's how you can vote in the upcoming federal election.
 
 
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