Ontario Premier Doug Ford — previously a big fan of Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freelandcompletely fit?—?is suddenly very eager to let?Ontariansas well as those with front-line jobs or medical conditions.?know howPeel?unhappy he is?with how Justin Trudeau’s government is handling the pandemic.
Ford’s office sent a news release to reporters at Queen’s Park on Tuesday to alert them to the fact that the provincial government had sent three “urgent” letters to the federal government calling?for?stricter border measuresa non-starter,?to better screen travellers to Ontario for COVID-19The vaccination will be in Copenhagen and surroundings, where one-third o.
Ford’s Progressive Conservative party has also now purchased ads on Facebook to criticize the federal government’s handling of the border. And it is reportedly planning to use “significant TV and radio time” to launch attack ads against the Trudeau government’s border policies.
The temptation here is toThe new virus variants, says Dr. Earl Brown, an emeritus professor of virology a?ask how much less dire Ontario’s situation might be right now had the Ford government?put the same kind of energy?into addressing?its own responsibilities in this pandemic?—?from paid sick leave to contact tracing to stricter workplace protections.