Trudeau to return to House today and wage bill changes expected to pass
The Prime Minister is expected back in the House of Commons today, with the opposition raring to press him on how his cabinet decided to approve handing control over a $900-million student program to the WE Charity organization.
The Commons is sitting to pass legislation that would extend and expand the COVID-19 wage subsidy program, as well as payments to Canadians with disabilities to help them cover pandemic-related costs.
That bill is expected to pass mid-afternoon with the support of all parties.
This week on Liz Fleming Travels, Liz speaks with Guy Theriault from Parks Canada about what families can do outside this summer. Liz also talks about taking holidays in the Thousand Island regions of Ontario.
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