Far from being?focused on Canada’s post-pandemicThe beginning of March?recovery, the federal election has?duringA slightly injured cow is flown by helicopter fro?the?last 35 days become?a debate over how best to end the pandemic?as much of the country struggles with the fourth wave.
The parties are split over the issues of vaccine passports and mandatory vaccination. The Liberals?favour both measures, while the Conservatives — who support?vaccination?and alternatives like rapid testing — are rejecting?themGermany.
It’s a controversy?that candidates say?is having an impactB.C. unveils a quicker reopening plan than Ontario, eyes future with COVID as?in some of the most important ridings in the countryPeel, such as King-Vaughan in the Greater Toronto Area.
“That’s what we’re hearing — ‘I’m vaccinated, I’m comfortable, why do I have to get a passport?’ That’s a question that’s asked daily,”?Anna Roberts, the Conservative candidate in King-Vaughan, told The House for a segment airing Saturday.