Conservative MP Michelle Rempel Garner slams Health Minister Patty Hajdu during debate in the House of Commons.
According to flight records, Hajdu flew back and forth from Ottawa to her home in Thunder Bay at the start of work weeks
Hypocrisy appears to be the defining trait of the Liberal government. It’s deeply embedded in everything the Liberals do.
The announcement came after days of Ontario cases reaching nearly 200 new confirmed cases a day—rates that mirror those of the early pandemic.
Trudeau's health minister Patty Hajdu took six flights to her constituency in Ontario instead of four as Transport Canada previously suggested.
The Trudeau government had to lease a new warehouses as they shuttered numerous supply depots before the coronavirus pandemic took hold of Canada.
In 2010, Liberal Party members pointed fingers at members of the Conservative Party, namely former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, for using that exact same model of jet.
Justin Trudeau's Health Minister Patty Hajdu took twice as many flights on the ministry of transport's plane than the minister of transport.
Hajdu apparently implemented one set of rules for the public, and one for herself.
The House of Commons' health committee has ordered the Trudeau government to release all documents detailing its coronavirus mismanagement.
The Commons Health Committee will vote on whether to force a Minister to disclose government documents.
Health minister Patty Hajdu said that the risk to Canadians remained low as late as March 9, only two days before the WHO declared a global pandemic.
Government researches have stated in a report that the WHO praised the Chinese regime's handling of the pandemic too quickly.
“The federal government isn’t really in the business of providing personal protective equipment for provinces and territories,” said Hajdu.
Dr. Theresa Tam has warned Canadians that a second wave of coronavirus infections is "very real" as the economy begins to open up.
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