Morning Brief: Confidence vote triggered – iPolitics

Morning Brief: Confidence vote triggered – iPolitics

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 202038 Views

Dec 3, 2020

Good morning,

— The clock starts: The Liberals officially introduced a bill to enact the spending measures outlined in this week’s economic update, just days after it was delivered. They will make passage of the bill a confidence vote, which means an election could be triggered.

— Kady O’Malley looks ahead to the rest of the day in politics with iPolitics AM: “Erin O’Toole will bring his party’s push for the minority Liberal government to explain exactly how it intends to implement the cross-Canada rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine to the floor of the House of Commons, courtesy of a motion that would set a one-week deadline to provide MPs with a ‘status update’ on the plan.”

Read More: https://ipolitics.ca/2020/12/03/morning-brief-time-for-a-confidence-vote/

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