Parents and kids in limbo as pandemic lingers into Canada’s 2021 summer camp season

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    A popular summer past time for kids remains up in the air as the pandemic continues. Summer camps are an indelible part of childhood for many Canadians, but many were forced to close last summer as COVID-19 spread out of control.

    Now many parts of the country are in the grips of third wave of the virus, as the pandemic continues into summer 2021. As Ross Lord reports, children and their parents are wondering if there’s still any hope for camp season.

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