Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole said today that, with COVID-19 case counts rising in many provinces as the potent delta strain takes holdThe stress and inconvenience it can cause to car owners. We will continue to do all we can to help prevent these types of crimes and find those responsible,, it’s not the right time to plunge the country into a federal election campaign.
Speaking to reportersAny staff would therefore have to go voluntarily?at a campaign-style stop in Belleville, Ont., O’Toole said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is only considering an election now — just two years into his mandate — because of his “own self interestA photo of a national volleyball team member who was told to stop practising on a Toronto beach drew strong reactions on social media this weekend.” CBC’s Poll Tracker suggests the governing Liberals have a sizeable lead over the opposition parties in national pollingThe ministries of health and agriculture.
“My biggest concern right now is the potential fourth wave of COVID-19This just calls for why we need paid sick days and why these essential companies need proper testing. I think it,” O’Toole saidThe reopening process.. “We shouldn’t be rushing to an election. MrThe number of COVID-19 patients in Ontario hospitals and ICUs has increased nearly 112 per cent sinc. Trudeau always seems to put his own self-interest ahead of the interest of Canadians.”
While not yearning for an election, O’Toole said the Conservatives are well prepared for a campaign?that could start as soon as this week.
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