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I think there’s a lot that we can do, but the social media companies themselves need to step up. We don’t have to regulate everything but if you can’t regulate yourselves, governments will. @s_guilbeault https://t.co/O7PvYsWPH1
— Catherine McKenna (@cathmckenna) September 22, 2020
That's obviously unconstitutional. https://t.co/HjmRXUopvD
— Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) September 22, 2020
BREAKING: @VeraEtches announces anyone in Ottawa that tested positive for COVID-19, has symptoms of COVID-19, a close contact of someone that tested positive or is awaiting test results must self-isolate for 14 days.
Fine is $5,000 for each day with you fail to comply.#ottnews
— Josh Pringle (@PringleJosh) September 22, 2020
Re. The PMO’s request for airtime from national broadcasters, Global News says it “received assurances that the PM’s request was based on urgent national importance to the Canadian public and was not a political address.” #cdnpoli https://t.co/Zpg2HYkP9l
— Marieke Walsh (@MariekeWalsh) September 23, 2020
"Your mild cough can be someone else's death knell," warns U.K. PM Boris Johnson during a national address, adding that there will be "fines of up to £10,000" for people flouting Covid-19 regulations pic.twitter.com/vcFRgZB8ya
— Bloomberg QuickTake (@QuickTake) September 23, 2020
Individuals who have died with COVID-19, but not as a result of COVID-19 are included in the case counts for COVID-19 deaths in Toronto.
— Toronto Public Health (@TOPublicHealth) June 24, 2020
So if it isn’t political….is someone declaring war?
War on Covid?
Boris Johnson is addressing the UK at 8 pm UK time, and Dutch PM doing same tonight. https://t.co/PxQTPa3PE6
— Diana Murphy (@diana_murphy613) September 23, 2020
Managing the pandemic is primarily a provincial matter. And the aspects the feds are responsible for, they initially bungled. So what could Trudeau possibly have to say of value during a national address that couldn’t be better said by premiers? Did he get their consent for this?
— Anthony Furey (@anthonyfurey) September 22, 2020
Vicki McKenna, president of the Ontario Nurses' Association, said in a news release on Tuesday that the layoffs will devastate Newmarket and directly affect patient care. https://t.co/RjMnQ9SlBL
— CBC Toronto (@CBCToronto) September 23, 2020
Ontario says it will hire 98 new labour inspectors this fall as part of efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in workplaces.https://t.co/Oiyf09ZHKd
— CTV Toronto (@CTVToronto) September 23, 2020
Anti-racism rally cancelled in Red Deer after hate groups disrupt event. pic.twitter.com/5l3k9eeRXv
— CityNews Edmonton (@CityNewsYEG) September 22, 2020
The Canadian government used to emphasize innovation, employment, and access to global markets. Now the top cultural legislative priority is just a straight shakedown: “Get Money from Web Giants”. https://t.co/yYM1ZejJU5
— Michael Geist (@mgeist) September 22, 2020
News! The Conservative Party of Canada has a new logo! pic.twitter.com/B950sqZ7Ol
— Stephen Taylor (@stephen_taylor) September 22, 2020
Conservative leader is in quarantine for two weeks.
Bloc Quebecois leader is in quarantine for two weeks.
NDP has no money.
Liberal leader, the prime minister, is preparing for a throne speech followed by address to the nation.
If there were ever a good time for an election…
— Andrew Lawton (@AndrewLawton) September 22, 2020
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says his party will support tomorrow's throne speech "if the government puts forward legislation, makes it clear they're going to do these two things – extend CERB and put in paid sick leave for all Canadians" #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/qTf3QVdcEB
— CPAC (@CPAC_TV) September 22, 2020