Jason Sudeikis is enjoying the company of British model Keeley Hazell, who's also his former costar, after his split from longtime partner Olivia Wilde. Premier Jason Kenney says Albertans should be able to choose their COVID vaccine, but experts warn that waiting for a preferential jab could be detrimental to fighting the pandemic. During a Facebook live event earlier this week, Kenney said once he's eligible for the vaccine, he expects to be able to choose between what is available. The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops said earlier this month that parishioners should try to avoid taking these viral vector vaccines as they may be from "abortion-derived cell lines. Alberta's chief medical officer of health said Thursday that all currently available vaccines protect against severe outcomes. Deena Hinshaw said.
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In honour of the region's French history, Lafontaine hosts the annual Le Festival du Loup in July, a festival of francophone music and culture which celebrates the death of a wolf that terrorised the village in the 19th century. It extends southward into the Wye River watershed. Tiny contains an artesian well that produces some of the purest spring water in the world. Two other adjoining townships were also named for her pet dogs, Tay and Flos now Springwater Township. Humans have occupied the area now known as Tiny Township for at least 11, years. Excavations in what is now Awenda Provincial Park in the s uncovered four archaeological sites dating from the Paleo-Indian period. Around C.
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The past year has been a lesson in patience and hope for Marni Van Kessel. She is also seconded to the Ontario Renal Network, serving as its regional director for north Simcoe and Muskoka. Van Kessel graduated from Georgian College in with a nursing diploma. Shortly after, she was offered a job at OSMH but turned it down. She was dating Steve now her husband at the time and he had an opportunity to go to school in Florida.