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'Eventually, but not for today,' Trudeau says of when Canada-U.S. border might reopen

'Eventually, but not for today,' Trudeau says of when Canada-U.S. border might reopen

Trudeau's recent conversations with President Joe Biden and other U.S. officials have rekindled the debate about reopening the border
<updated>WATCH: </updated> COVID-19 vaccination booking system serving 375 people per minute

WATCH: COVID-19 vaccination booking system serving 375 people per minute

More than 45,000 people have already booked vaccination appointments
Loretto, St. Charles Catholic elementary schools report cases of COVID-19

Loretto, St. Charles Catholic elementary schools report cases of COVID-19

Officials say that students and staff at these schools were exposed to COVID-19 while the individuals were infectious
33 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Niagara on Sunday

33 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Niagara on Sunday

Cobblestone Gardens outbreak still ongoing; 94 percent of the residents have received the first dose of the vaccine
COVID-19: 27 cases, one new nursing home outbreak reported in Niagara on Saturday

COVID-19: 27 cases, one new nursing home outbreak reported in Niagara on Saturday

115 variant cases caught in screening so far
Niagara Public Health releases first dates for mass vaccination clinics

Niagara Public Health releases first dates for mass vaccination clinics

Niagara Falls clinic the first to open on March 18 - see when immunizations for your community begins
Sacred Heart school in Niagara reports positive COVID case

Sacred Heart school in Niagara reports positive COVID case

Board says the individual is self-isolating
Thorold lowers flags to half-mast to honour Niagara residents who died during the pandemic

Thorold lowers flags to half-mast to honour Niagara residents who died during the pandemic

"My first thoughts go to the Niagara residents who have passed away, and those who have lost loved ones and family members," Thorold mayor says
NRPH now reports over 100 cases of COVID-19 variant in Niagara as two residents die after contracting virus

NRPH now reports over 100 cases of COVID-19 variant in Niagara as two residents die after contracting virus

28 cases reported on Friday, active cases up amidst three new outbreaks
<updated>WATCH: </updated> Trudeau says Canada to begin receiving 1M doses of Pfizer vax per week

WATCH: Trudeau says Canada to begin receiving 1M doses of Pfizer vax per week

View the livestream feed of the press conference here