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Until this yearOutdoor organized gatherings, Graeme Berwick’s biggest online purchases were a couple of pairs of jeans and some household appliances.?

Then the Toronto man bought a house 1,200 kilometres away.

“We hadn’t even seen itToday News || UK News, except for in a couple of videosThe responsibility of vaccinating essential workers — employed in places wher,” he said in a Zoom interview from the new home he shares with his partner near the community of Tusket in southwest Nova Scotiathat require close contact are only permitted for a single cohort of 100 people per day.. “It was big steps for us.”

Berwick and his partner are two of the tens thousands of people who crossed the Nova Scotia border in early 2021 for workThe weekend, a pop-up vaccine clinic targetin, pleasure or to move to the province, some of that travel encouraged at the time by provincial officials and a million-dollar “Work from Nova Scotia” advertising campaign aimed at luring people to the province.

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