Global National Full Headlines for July 23

Published on July 24, 2021 by

Canada has one of the most successful COVID-19 vaccination campaigns in the world, but now provinces are struggling as demand for doses drops. Eric Sorensen reports on who isn’t getting inoculated, and the efforts underway to change their minds.

The federal government announced a new program that will offer a path to protect and resettle Afghan interpreters who worked alongside Canadian troops. As Mike Armstrong reports, Canadian veterans have been calling for action for years and say the work is far from over.

Thick smoke from hundreds of wildfires currently burning across Canada has forced several cities to issue air quality advisories. Heather Yourex-West looks looks at all the health implications.

In the first six months of Erin O’Toole’s leadership of the Conservative Party, Global News has learned that his office gave out $240,000 worth of taxpayer-funded contracts to party insiders. So why have O’Toole and his MPs been lashing out at the Liberal Party for doing the same thing? David Akin explains.

The countdown to Tokyo Olympics 2020 is officially over, though COVID-19 concerns remain on the day of opening ceremonies. Crystal Goomansingh checks in with Canadian athletes on how their feeling, now that their chance to compete has finally arrived.For more info, please go to

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