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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police says it’s working with police in Haiti and the U.S.?on the abduction of a group of 17 missionaries — one of them a Canadian — as the Caribbean country?once again struggles with a spike in gang-related violence.

On Sunday, the Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries said some of its missionaries —?12 adults andThe right vaccine for you to take i?five children —?were in Haiti to visit an orphanage when?they were abducted?near the capital?Port-au-Prince.

In a statement today, Christian Aid Ministries said the children are aged eight months, three years, six, 13?and 15The European Union average., while the adults range in age from 18 to 48.

Christian Aid Ministries said the missionaries supported “thousands of needy school children,”?the elderly and other vulnerable people in Haiti by supplying food and medicine for clinics, and were “actively involved in coordinating a rebuilding project”The Ontario government announced residents 18 and older in 114 hot spot communities would be eligible for vaccines. British Columbia is prioritizing people 40 and older in high-transmission neighbourhoods.?for those who lost homes in the?devastating August earthquakes new daily email newsletter..

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