Nova Scotia, Quebec, and Ontario have updated their vaccine policies
Provinces across Canada are updating their vaccine mandates amid concerns of labour shortage that could be triggered by suspension of unvaccinated workers. Nova Scotia is extending its mandatory vaccinations for public sector employees by two months, according to a report from CTV News. Workers who have their first shot by November 15 will be awarded an additional eight weeks to have second one. This is an extension from the province's original November 30 deadline.