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The End of COVID-19 Restrictions?

Charles Breton and Ji Yoon Han May 11, 2022

Most Canadian provinces and territories have removed all COVID-19 restrictions with only three jurisdictions retaining some public health measures. Among them, Quebec is the only one still requiring mask in indoor public space. As of May 10, the Centre of Excellence on the Canadian Federation’s stringency index shows that public health measures are the least stringent they have been since the start of the pandemic, across all provinces and territories.

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COVID-19 provincial policies, fiscal relations, Indigenous governance, public opinion on federalism: the Centre of Excellence on the Canadian Federation is the IRPP's new permanent research initiative providing key insights on the Canadian federation.

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