OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's effort to try and bring rivals onside to help communicate the dramatic implications of rising COVID-19 infections appears to have faltered.
While Trudeau stood in front of his home Friday and implored Canadians to stay in theirs, opposition leaders didn't echo that message.
Trudeau had given them a briefing late Thursday on the new modelling data, which predicts new cases could hit upwards of 20,000 a day if Canadians don't take greater care to limit their contact with people outside their households.Parties not going to fall for the bi-passing parliament for spending again?
Parties not going to fall for the bi-passing parliament for spending again?The rare briefing — which those inside the room described as technical, with chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam doing the talking — was intended to encourage cross-partisan unity on the subject......More
According to statistics and thanks to Quebec, Canada never did manage to "flatten the curve".