The president and vice-president of the Public Health Agency resigned earlier this year following a memo which acknowledged a shortage of critical supplies
Canada should prioritize the purchase of PPE manufactured by free and democratic countries over those made in totalitarian states.
Government policies are still based on the panic of March, rather than on the facts known in July.
"I’m really shocked the department doesn’t know if forced labour is being used to produce personal protective equipment for Canadians," said Conservative MP Kelly Block.
The half-naked Russian nurse who wore a transparent gown with only lingerie underneath to work is now a TV weather presenter.
Canadian companies are producing personal protective equipment (PPE) for COVID-19 on such a large scale that Trudeau said the nation is almost self-sufficient.
Trudeau touched on how Canadian jobs and businesses were dependent on international business, saying that Canada "can't wait for others to act."
"Face coverings are better than no face covering at all, so we recommend it. Non-medical meaning N95 masks, please leave those for health care workers," said Ford.
Trudeau said he wears masks when going to Parliament, but does not wear them while inside the House for sessions, as long as he can keep distance from other MPs.
Kelly Block, Conservative MP for Carlton Trail—Eagle Creek, roasted Minister of Health Patty Hajdu over the Liberal's failure to maintain a national PPE stockpile.
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