O'Toole accuses Trudeau of ducking accountability by pushing virtual Parliament

O'Toole accuses Trudeau of ducking accountability by pushing virtual Parliament

O'Toole accuses Trudeau of ducking accountability by pushing virtual Parliament As Liberals argue it's safer to allow some MPs to participate virtually, O'Toole calls PM 'hypocritical' Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole came out swinging today against Liberal attempts to restore a virtual Parliament, calling a return to the hybrid model that allows MPs to dial into the proceedings from outside Ottawa a cynical attempt by the Liberals to duck accountability and undermine the work of the opposition. O'Toole said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is using the COVID-19 crisis as cover to ram through a motion that would allow fewer MPs to be physically present in the Commons each day. With most of the adult population fully vaccinated, O'Toole wants all 338 MPs on hand to speak and vote in person. The …
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