Freeland and O’Toole clash over COVID-19 response and aid for Canada’s energy sector

Deputy Prime Minister Freeland and Conservative Leader O'Toole clashed in the House of Commons over COVID-19 aid and the energy sector.


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  1. There are many CERB & wage subsidy recipients in Alberta who are not in oil and gas. Meanwhile Freeland’s boss openly mused about fighting the recently proposed Alberta to Alaska railway. And there was nothing in the Throne Speech for oil and gas sector workers and we don’t expect much for them in the upcoming federal budget.

    1. @Ted Poplaw Oil is sold on a global market. A lot of our oil is dirtier to produce and more expensive than oil produced elsewhere.

      I’d prefer we continue moving away from oil as an energy source.

  2. Just because you are loud and yell doesn’t make you right. Everyone, set your volume accordingly. I am going to get a headache…

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