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"My goal is to have 100 per cent of Canadians (vaccinated)," she said. "Immunization is our strongest line of defence against the influenza. Getting vaccinated is the single-most important step you can take to prevent the infection and to stop its spread." Canada may be behind other countries in rolling out its swine flu vaccine, but the population should be immunized by Christmas before the virus peaks, the country's chief public health officer said Wednesday. David Butler-Jones said when the H1N1 vaccine becomes available in early November, Canadians will be immunized faster than people in other parts of the world. In some jurisdictions, such as Iqaluit, Nunavut, the population will be immunized within a matter of weeks, he said.