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Trudeau earmarks $1.7B to clean orphan wells and expands business credits

  • Trudeau earmarks $1.7B to clean orphan wells and expands business credits

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced $1.7 billion to clean up orphan wells in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia, as well as aid for rural businesses and people working in the arts and culture sectors.

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  • Coronavirus outbreak: Trudeau announces $1.7B to clean up orphan wells to aid oil and gas sector

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his government is investing $1.7 billion to clean up orphan wells in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan to keep people working during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Trudeau made the announcement Friday morning and said the goal is to create immediate jobs in these provinces, while helping companies avoid bankruptcy.

    The prime minister said this investment will help maintain 5,200 jobs in Alberta alone.

    Trudeau also announced the federal government is deploying about 125 members of the Canadian Armed Forces with healthcare training to support workers in Quebec’s long-term care facilities reeling from COVID-19-related outbreaks, deaths and staff shortages.

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  • Trudeau plans to expand aid for businesses, assistance for commercial rent

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced more measures to help Canadian businesses get through the COVID-19 crisis, including expanded loan eligibility and assistance with commercial rent.

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  • Trudeau earmarks $1.1B to COVID-19 science, as Sask. plans to reopen

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced a $1.1-billion strategy for medical research to fight COVID-19, as Saskatchewan releases its five-part plan for reopening the province.

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  • Canada working to produce up to 30,000 ventilators: Trudeau

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is partnering with several Canadian companies to produce up to 30,000 ventilators.

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  • COVID-19 update: Trudeau says more help coming for youth, businesses

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced additional measures aimed to help support businesses and students taking a financial hit from COVID-19.

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  • Trudeau promises more Canadians to receive COVID-19 emergency benefit

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses the country as the application portal opens for Canadians to apply to the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB).

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  • Trudeau announces $100M in food bank funding | Special coverage

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced $100 million in new funding for food banks serving vulnerable Canadians across the country.

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  • Trudeau to discuss co-ordinated COVID-19 strategy with premiers | Special coverage

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will speak with premiers today about the need for COVID-19 data and a co-ordinated strategy to get critical medical supplies to communities in need.

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  • COVID-19: Canada announces new travel restrictions

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    Canada is barring entry to all travellers who are not Canadian citizens, permanent residents or Americans, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced. (Trudeau begins to speak at 39:25.)

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  • Trudeau announces new mandatory COVID-19 measures | Special coverage

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced new mandatory COVID-19 measures that include getting a self-isolation plan approved by authorities for anybody arriving in Canada.

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  • Canada, U.S. agree to extend border restrictions, Trudeau says

    1:55:58

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a 30-day extension of restrictions imposed on cross-border travel between the U.S. and Canada

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  • Part-time, contract and seasonal workers now qualify for CERB | Special coverage

    2:2:03

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced more flexible rules for claiming the Canada emergency response benefit (CERB) in response to critics who pointed out the initial rules excluded too many people, including those working reduced hours.

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  • WATCH: Canadian PM Justin Trudeau gives coronavirus update -- April 14, 2020

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  • Health officials set guidelines for long-term care homes

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    Public health officials and cabinet ministers updated Canadians on new measures for seniors, home care and temporary foreign workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Coronavirus outbreak: Some Canadian businesses preparing to reopen; is it too early?

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    Tentative plans are being made to reopen some businesses in Canada. But as Eric Sorensen explains, the eagerness to slowly restart the economy is being weighed against the risk of a second, stronger wave of coronavirus cases.

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  • The week COVID-19 changed Canada

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    The National breaks down the week of March 11, when the WHO declared a pandemic and everything changed in Canada and for much of the world.


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  • Daughter doesnt know if father died from COVID-19 at Montreal care home

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    Stanley Pinnell is one of the 31 people who have died at the Herron Residence in Dorval, Que., since March 13. Moira Davis, his daughter, wants to know what led to her father's death, but she can't find out if he was even tested for COVID-19.

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  • COVID-19: Is Canada’s health-care system being overwhelmed?

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    Doctors answer your questions about where the COVID-19 pandemic stands now and what could be next.

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  • When will Canada re-open its economy? | At Issue

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    The At Issue panel looks at how Ottawa and the provinces will balance public health restrictions with the growing pressure to get the country moving again. Plus, in this extended version, the panellists discuss the calls from the Conservatives for more accountability in Parliament.

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  • Trumps frustration with the WHO is justifiable, says former Canadian ambassador to China

    13:13

    U.S President Donald Trump is halting funding to the World Health Organization, saying it mishandled the coronavirus crisis. Former Canadian ambassador to China David Mulroney says Trump's frustration is justifiable and the WHO and China need to be held accountable.
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  • Ottawa supporting oil and gas sector with $1.7B to clean up orphaned wells: Trudeau

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    Justin Trudeau says the federal government will support work in the oil and gas sector by spending $1.7 billion to help clean up orphaned wells.''

  • Feds announce $1.7B package for ailing energy sector

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    Natural Resource Minister Seamus O'Regan discusses the $1.7-billion federal package to clean up orphaned and abandoned oil wells.

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  • Global National: April 17, 2020 | Trudeau announces $1.7B in funding for energy sector

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    Abigail Bimman and David Akin cover our top story tonight as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government pledges $1.7 billion in funding to clean up orphaned wells in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan, part of a plan to keep people working during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Progress is starting to be made in the fight against COVID-19, but Dr. Theresa Tam says that the progress could be lost if Canadians stop social distancing.

    As well, Eric Sorensen reports on B.C.'s latest COVID-19 projections, and Redmond Shannon joins us with more on how the COVID-19 pandemic is hitting care homes in Europe.

    Also tonight, we have more on the plan to extend Canadian and U.S. border restrictions. Jackson Proskow has the latest from the Washington including Trump lashing out at U.S. governors.

    Finally, Mike Armstrong reports on the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13 mission.

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  • PMO say Trudeau supports Morneau amid report of rift between prime minister and finance minister

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    Political analyst Lori Williams has the latest on the WE Charity scandal and reports of a growing feud between Trudeau and Morneau.

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  • WATCH: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provides daily update on coronavirus in Canada

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provides daily update on coronavirus in Canada and stresses the importance of staying inside and remaining several meters apart. The Prime Minister also took questions from the press regarding going back to school, returning to work and reopening the economy.
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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provides daily update on coronavirus in Canada.

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  • PM Justin Trudeau provides update on federal response to COVID-19 - March 21, 2020

    21:48

    At a news conference outside his residence in Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discusses the federal government's response to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. He announces that the government is working with Canadian airlines and foreign governments to repatriate Canadians who are stranded abroad amid COVID-19 travel restrictions.

  • COVID-19: PM Trudeau announces more aid for businesses – April 16, 2020

    27:59

    Speaking from outside his home in Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discusses the federal government's response to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, including additional measures to assist businesses that have been affected.

  • Trudeau announces extended border restrictions as parties debate virtual parliament

    3:56

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced U.S.–Canada border restrictions would stay in place for another 30 days amid debate about how Parliament should proceed during the pandemic.

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  • Scheer wants opportunities to question Trudeau | Power & Politics

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    Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is demanding the Liberal government allow frequent in-person sittings of question period in the House of Commons. Green Party Parliamentary Leader Elizabeth May has slammed that idea.

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  • Some businesses still not covered by emergency loan program | Power & Politics

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    I'm wondering why they're forgetting about us, says Sandrine Campeau, who owns a bakery and ice cream shop in Montreal. Despite the federal government's move to expand the eligibility criteria for its emergency loan program, some struggling businesses still don't qualify.

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  • PM Trudeau provides update on federal response to COVID-19 – April 19, 2020

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    Speaking from outside his home in Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discusses the federal government's response to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. The prime minister also makes brief remarks concerning a shooting incident in Portapique, N.S.

  • Coronavirus outbreak: Measures to aid crisis at long-term care homes at forefront for PM Trudeau

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    Chief political correspondent David Akin recaps Thursday's briefing from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who updated on the emergency loan program for businesses and the new program to provide rent support to assist small and medium-sized businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic, as well as, support for long-term care facilities which Trudeau will be discussing with provincial premiers on a call later on Thursday.

    Ottawa bureau chief Mercedes Stephenson looks at what role the military could play in assisting with the crisis at long-term care facilities. The military hasn't received the call to provide that support yet but are ready and on standby should they be needed, but the scenarios and support they could provide are still up for discussion.

    Heather Yourex-West joins the discussion to discuss what support could be coming from the federal government to aid the energy sector which has been hit hard economically during the pandemic.


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  • Canadian farmers sounding alarm over food supply

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    The Canadian Federation of Agriculture warns that Canadians could see higher costs and less variety at grocery stores unless the advocacy group receives help from Ottawa during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • PM Justin Trudeau will provide an update on the governments response to the COVID-19

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    We’re taking action to make sure that Indigenous business owners have access to the support they need to get through this crisis. Watch my announcement live for more details:
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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will provide an update on the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Trudeau will speak outside his residence at approx. 11:15am ET.

    Federal ministers and officials will speak after the prime minister at approx. 12pm ET.

    On Friday, Trudeau said his government is investing $1.7 billion to clean up orphan wells in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan to keep people working during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Trudeau said the goal is to create immediate jobs in these provinces, while helping companies avoid bankruptcy.

    The prime minister said this investment will help maintain 5,200 jobs in Alberta alone.

    Trudeau also announced the federal government is deploying about 125 members of the Canadian Armed Forces with healthcare training to support workers in Quebec’s long-term care facilities reeling from COVID-19-related outbreaks, deaths and staff shortages. #JustinTrudeau

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