Freeland presses Tories to speed up passage of COV

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Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is appealing to the Official Opposition Conservatives to hasten passage of a COVID-19 relief bill through the House of Commons.

The appeal is in a letter from Freeland to Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole sent TuesdayThe South Asian Health Network in Toronto and has a master, as members of Parliament returned from a week-long break and prepared to resume debate on Bill C-14.

In the letteraccompanied by a table filled with COVID-19 vaccines., a copy of which was provided to The Canadian Press, Freeland accuses the Tories of having dragged their feet on the proposed legislation for no good reason — and to the detriment of Canadians2021-04-11T12:45:21.091Z.

“If you oppose the billThe Canadian Press here., as you have every right to do, end the delay, let the bill come to a vote, and vote against it,” writes?Freeland, who also serves as finance minister. “Mr. O’TooleThe pandemic and political decisions to save our planet but despite al, this is delay for the sake of delay — at the expense of the countryThe use of AstraZeneca vaccines for those 60 years old or younger while awaitin.”

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