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Good evening, these are the top coronavirus headlines tonight:

Top headlines:

  1. Health care in Canada is more fragile than ever, more than two years into the pandemic. The Globe asked five Canadians what their most recent trip to the emergency department looked like
  2. A new study highlights the temporary effects of COVID-19 vaccines on menstrual cycles
  3. The growing mantra for a post-pandemic future in urban areas became ‘build back better.’ In Canada, though, few city residents can see evidence of radical change where they live

An increasing number of health agencies have changed how they're reporting data on the coronavirus. A look at the current numbers in Canada for reported cases, deaths from COVID-19 and for hospitalizations can be found here.


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Globe opinion

Steven Tobin and Parisa Mahboubi: Canada keeps making labour market mistakes by missing recession-era opportunities

Fahad Razak, Anjali Sergeant, Camille Orridge and Tom Closson: Canada’s health care leadership does not look like the population it serves. That’s a problem, but also an opportunity

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