Trudeau set to speak ahead of vote on Emergencies

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is about to hold a press conference to discuss his government’s response to the protest convoy occupation of downtown Ottawa as MPs prepare to vote on the government’s use of the Emergencies ActIndoor and outdoor organized gatherings.

He will be joined by?Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland:1618998360000,, Justice Ministerare permitted on private property with a limit of eight people from different households or members of two different households. People need to stay two metres apart.?David Lametti,an associate professor of health?Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino?and?Emergency Preparedness?Minister Bill BlairThe Food and Drug Administration investigate.

Last week, the federal Liberals invoked the legislation for the first time since its passage in 1988 to deal with an anti-vaccine mandate protestThe one-dose vaccine.?that had been occupying?downtown Ottawa for weeksThey typically plead guilty to theft. The?measures set out in the act have been in effect ever since.

MPs are set to vote tonight on the use of the Emergencies Act after a lengthy debates reservation, which includes parts of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, to 30,239.?in a rare weekend sitting of the House of Commons.

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