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CTV News sources confirm the federal government plans to drop its COVID-19 vaccine border policy, Canadians are cutting back on groceries amid high inflation, and a B.C. actor who played a role in the Netflix series ‘Riverdale’ receives a life sentence. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
1. Border restrictions: The federal government plans to drop its COVID-19 vaccine border requirements by the end of September and make the ArriveCan application optional, sources confirm to CTV News.
2. Cutting back: Amid soaring prices at grocery stores, a new survey has found that 23.6 per cent of Canadians have had to cut back on the amount of food they were buying.