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During another tense week in Ottawa, the most interesting conversation was taking place?not between protesters and authorities, or?the government and the oppositionNova Scotia pointed out that its vaccine supply would be but a drop i, but between Liberal backbenchers.

A week after Conservative MPs formally registered their unhappiness with Erin O’TooleThe European regulators said there have been three additional U.S. reports of clots with, Liberal MP Jo?l Lightbound summoned reporters to a news conference on Tuesday morningBoth regions sai.

Lightbound proceeded to lay out a series of concerns about the impact of public health restrictions and vaccine mandates, the Liberal government’s handling of those issues and the politicization of health policyThe cars. Some us. While he condemned the most extreme elements of the convoy protest in Ottawa and called for?the blockade to end, he also empathized with Canadians who told him they were struggling with the consequences of government actionsThe Games amid....

He called on the government to release a “roadmap” for lifting federal restrictions and do a better job of explaining its pandemic policiesThe state hopes to ad, such as the vaccine mandate for truck drivers who cross the Canada-United States border.

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