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CTV even hauled out its anchor, Lisa Laflamme, to cover off Trudeau's supposedly urgent speech, only to be left handling the boring dénouement of nothingness. He warned this fall could be much worse than the spring, "But what we can change is where we are in October, and into the winter".

On those rare occasions when the prime minister asks for network TV time to speak to the nation, it's hard for the broadcasters to say no, but given Wednesday night's unpaid political announcements next time they just might. "Together, we have the power to get the second wave under control".

Trudeau also addressed the rise in cases of COVID-19 across the country and cautioned that the second wave is already underway in Canada's four biggest provinces - Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta.

As for an election, Ruff said he doesn't want to see Canadians going to the polls until it is safe to do so.

"There are many days to go before we get to the other side of this but there are also many of us to get us there, so long as we each keep in mind to do our part", Trudeau said. The Canadian government had given a sole source contract to the WE charity to administer a student volunteer program.

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The Duchess of Sussex welcomed Archie , one, with husband Prince Harry in London's The Portland Hospital back in May 2019. He is now rarely seen in public, and was even absent from the photos for his daughter Beatrice's wedding day.

The prime minister used his message to Canadians later in the day Wednesday to highlight the speech.

"There is a covenant between government and the people government serves".

The federal government has reached a deal that will see the opposition NDP support this week's throne speech.

Kenney also took aim at a Liberal pledge to turn 25 per cent of Canada's land mass into protected areas.

To avoid leaving some Canadians in the lurch without any financial support, Singh acknowledged the urgent need to get the bill passed swiftly. "Our proposal will get it done right, and get it done on time", said Conservative MP and caucus-party Liaison Tim Uppal on Friday morning, making the pitch.

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Barkley ruffled feathers through a comparison of Taylor's case to that of Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd . "We do have to take into account that her boyfriend did shoot at the cops and shot a cop".

In the interest of balance, Trudeau was followed by shorter statements from Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole, Bloc Quebecois Leader Yves-François Blanchet, and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh.

"Justin Trudeau has been in power before with a majority government and hasn't made these things better", Singh said. For all the talk that the government needed a reset to lay out a serious new vision for how Canada can respond to and recover from the pandemic, it seems we've all been played by a rather unserious bunch.

"Canada can not reach net zero without the know-how of the energy sector, and the innovative ideas of all Canadians, including people in places like British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador", the speech reads.

However, in accord with most analysts, Price said that the speech was very short on specific actions that the government will take to address issues important to people like him.

For seniors, there were promises of increasing old age security after age 70, boosting the Canada Pension Plan and helping to hire more personal support workers.

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Zelenskiy, who visited the crash area Saturday, called for a full assessment of the condition of the country's military equipment. Moscow has denied the findings of worldwide investigators that a Russian BUK missile hit the Malaysian Airlines flight.

"Yesterday's throne speech outlined future tax incentives for companies that invest in net-zero carbon technology, but zero reference to the companies that are actually doing the major heavy lifting and investing in green technology, with the support of Alberta's government".

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