The Leader of Canada’s Official Opposition Erin O’Toole didn’t pull any punches when discussing Canada’s poor performance in its rolling out of the COVID-19 vaccine. In an exclusive Niagara interview with The Niagara Independent O’Toole was frank in his assessment of the Liberal government’s handling of the situation. “The federal government is responsible for vaccines and last I checked this country was in 40th place. It’s Justin Trudeau’s fault,” said O’Toole during a weekend interview.
O’Toole did a virtual roundtable discussion with the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce and followed that up with another virtual meeting with several other Niagara business and community leaders. That discussion was moderated by Niagara Falls MP Tony Baldinelli.
Andrews Moses has grown up around the property rental business. His family has been involved for years and Moses himself rented out his first property not that long ago.
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There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has made things difficult for many small businesses over the past year.
Give the Ontario government credit for this one, keeping schools open but delaying the regularly scheduled spring break was the right call.
Discussion in recent months on the issue of government-imposed paid sick leave has been revived because of the pandemic and the dangers around sick people going to work because they cannot afford to take unpaid time off.
The federal government claims they’re laser-focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, procuring vaccines, and not at all interested in a Spring election.