We’ve come a long way. It was just over three months ago now that the Government of Manitoba declared a State of Emergency as a result of COVID-19. But this past weekend, Manitoba took another positive step forward as our province entered Phase 3 of the Restoring Safe Services plan.
I’ve had a number of constituents ask me how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is spending his time during the COVID-19 crisis. The answer may surprise you.
Earlier this past week, I had the opportunity to question the Liberal Government at the Special Committee on COVID-19.
The Trudeau Liberals were granted their dream scenario, last week, by the NDP: A suspension of Parliament.
Last Thursday, Premier Brian Pallister announced phase two of Manitoba’s re-opening plan. I applaud the provincial government’s movement toward a resumption of normalcy.
Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday that he was extending the closure of the US border for another month.
It’s been a month since I wrote asking what Justin Trudeau’s plan was for getting things back to normal. One month later, no such plan has materialized.
On May 1, Justin Trudeau blindsided Canadian firearms owners by announcing a ban of more than 1,500 models and variants of “assault-style” firearms.
As the number of new COVID-19 cases appears to be on the decline, Canadians are hopeful that we will soon be able to start down the path toward a return to normalcy.