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As many as 27,000 public servants appear to have not yet declared their vaccination status to the federal government by the Oct. 29 deadline, leaving themselves at risk of being suspended from work. The federal vaccine mandate applies to over 267,000 federal employees from the “core public administration” including the RCMP, Canada Border Services Agency, and many other federal services.  The federal government’s website states that 240,000 of these employees submitted their vaccination attestation by Oct. 27. In an emailed statement to The Epoch Times, the Treasury Board Secretariat said that an update on these numbers will be available on Nov. 3.  The federal vaccine mandate was announced on Oct. 6. During a joint press conference with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said federal employees have until Oct. 29 to provide their vaccination status to their managers. “Members of the public service who are not fully vaccinated …