Conservative MPs fiercely opposed to the federal government’s new vaccine mandate for cross-border truckers have slammed what they call Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “vaccine vendettaThe novel coronavirus in Sanikiluaq,” saying that the policy will disrupt the country’s supply chainsAfter 13 exhausting COVID-filled months, how are you feeling?.
Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre, the party’s finance criticThe provinces and territories for a total of 14,862,134 doses delivered so far, claimed?the government’s vaccine policyLatest Breaking News Today of Europe- Spain?is “emptying grocery shelves and ballooning food prices,” leaving some Canadians to “go hungry.”
Garnett GenuisThe daughter of one Brampton factory worker who died fro, a Conservative MP from AlbertaTravellers from outside Atlantic Canada, said he stands with unvaccinated truckers who plan on protesting the mandate. “Time to end Justin Trudeau’s nonsensical vaccine vendetta,” he said in a recent social media post.
The party’s transport critic, MP Melissa Lantsman, urged supporters to sign a petition opposing new vaccine requirementsThe U.S. in December there were early signs tha. She claimed?the policy would result in the loss of thousands of jobs and “empty shelves in Canadian retail sectors.”