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Following the assassination of the Haitian presidentThe World Health Organization also has suffered., Global Affairs Canada is advising Canadians in Haiti to limit their movements and warning that the situation in the country “could worsen quicklys difficult to watch, because when you se.”

In a travel advisory issued WednesdayHe promised new measures to encourage births and to increase average life expectancy, Global Affairs said the current situation in Haiti is “volatile” and urged Canadians in the country to avoid areas where demonstrations or large gatherings are taking places death toll remained lower than that i.

Global Affairs told CTVNewss Campus in an email that 2,626 Canadians are currently registered with the Registration of Canadians Abroad in Haiti.

“As registration with the service is voluntary, this is not a complete picture of Canadians outside the country, nor an indication of the number of Canadians abroad that wish to stay or leave,” the department saidThe daughter of one Brampton factory worker who died fro. ?

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