vatos today at sundown marks the beginning of Ramadan for many Muslim Canadians the coming month will be different than normal with iftar online and virtual Friday prayers but that won't change what this special time is all about generosity compassion and service to others across the country Muslim Canadians are on the front lines of the fight against covet 19 as nurses doctors and essential workers so thank you and Ramadan Mubarak Limassol McKenna generally needed abused Nevada the Marquis Vienna so do lapa come DeWitt said medieval are the compassion generosity isn't Okada said transition so please important cash on a path to P the Museum of Canada so to premier ling direct contact covetousness the mid Sandhya the provider of the sauce yet mercy Ramadan Mubarak this will be another difficult day for many families and communities across the country we're all thinking about those in Nova Scotia who are grieving the loss of loved ones friends and neighbors yesterday I spoke with the families of some of the people we lost they shared stories about their loved ones and their dreams and plans in the face of such tragedy their strength is remarkable I spoke also with our CMP members from the area and on behalf of all Canadians I thank them for their service and I spoke with some local mayor's as well to express my condolences for Torontonians I know it'll be a hard day as well as we remember the victims of the van attack on Yonge Street two years ago together we mourn and together we heal because just as Canadians were there for each other two years ago we're there for each other today across the country people are hanging terton blue ribbons and scarves from windows to honor those who died with acts of kindness and donations people are standing with families who are grieving and tomorrow with the virtual vigil we will all have the chance to show the people of Nova Scotia that they are not alone pleasure and a novela cassandra say no to Johnny difficile facile telepathy G F on 12 June first anyway an illustrator Toronto vivia Galman journeyed official surgery also severely victim de la TARTA better poetry they loaned LaRue young yet the Rizzo know some new vivant C day they are sound of Aguirre C bless you these are tough times but there is reason to hope when it comes to covert 19 what we're doing is working and to continue on the right track we need to be thinking not just about the next week's but about the next month's we need medium-term and long-term solutions and that front I can announce today that we're taking another step forward we're putting in place an additional 1 point 1 billion dollars for a national medical and research strategy to address kovat 19 this plan has three pillars research on vaccines and other treatments supports for clinical trials and expanding national testing and modeling let me start with the first pillar on research under this plan were investing close to one hundred and fifteen million dollars for research into vaccines and treatments being developed in hospitals and universities across the country this is on top of the funding we've already provided to support vaccine development in Canada the second pillar of the plan is to make sure that once we have potential vaccines and treatments we can test a wide range of options under this plan we will invest over six hundred and sixty two million dollars for Clin trials led by Canada a vaccine is the long-term solution to this virus but these drugs will take months to develop tests fabricate and roll out so until we have something ready we need to control the spread of the virus and that's where the third pillar of this plan comes in we're investing 350 million dollars to expand national testing and modeling of kovat 19 this includes creating the kovat 19 immunity task force the task force will operate under the direction of a leadership group which will include dr.
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Canadians need to pull together there have been requests for military assistance by both Ontario and Quebec which of course we will be answering our women and men in uniform will step up with the valor and courage they have always shown in the short term we will be there with support so that provinces can get control of this situation but this is not a long-term solution in Canada we shouldn't have soldiers taking care of seniors going forward in the weeks and months to come we will all have to ask tough questions about how it came to this we will all have to do more to get through this terrible situation mama over the tragedy approval tab on ACS facility I'd have ARP sitting except out she was that fast she frees 308 here with a very so the recency of kamsa Ottawa Faramir that's one less zombie no power no hotel no zany Lee mom replica engineer a CEO Kim Batsy not happy although Sookie P do come in a minute the Quebec in Ontario news on demanded laid allow me see demand CC demand come 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many have thousands of dollars in costs every month so the CRB changes really do nothing for them they feel that your government has and were focused on employers and employees and many face the real possibility of losing their businesses or going bankrupt so could you tell us what changes you are envisioning for them as we said from the very beginning we worked on measures to help as many people as possible we brought in targeted measures to help people who'd lost a paycheck including people who were self-employed we move forward with a wage subsidy that ensures that people who who can can remain connected to their jobs while receiving 75% of their pay check up to eight hundred and forty seven dollars a week we know that these are measures that got out quickly are getting out quickly and are broad and are helping of millions of Canadians but we also know that there are people who are following through the cracks that is why we continue to work with industry groups with stakeholders with MPs and community members across the country who are feeding us challenges and possible solutions and of course we are working with an extraordinary public service to deliver those solutions to Canadians okay well that's your answer Hubert do you regret this patchwork approach regarding the CRB it's clear that the need is a lot greater than the government anticipated when it erupted the program needs to go and I know that there are a number of people in your caucus who argued that it would have been far easier and it would be far easier to give everyone who's lost income or lost the opportunity to earn income the ability to apply for help and just talk about that from those who perhaps then needed it as much next year I mean did you make the right call and are you so stuck on the current course of action that you will not deviate from it we knew from the very beginning that targeted support of people who needed it was the best way to do it and that's why we move forward with a Canada emergency response benefit that has delivered benefits to over 8 million Canadians why we move forward with the Canada emergency wage subsidy that is ensuring that people can stay connected to their their workplace even if they're not actually doing the work anymore so that we can bounce back quickly but every step of the way we've said we will continue to expand we will continue to fill gaps we never expected that we'd get it perfect from day one indeed we knew we wouldn't but we couldn't let the perfect be the enemy of the good we needed to get things out as best we could as quickly as we could to help as many people as possible and then we continued every day to make further announcements that fill gaps that explain how we're going to help those people who aren't hit by the broad measures there to help we will continue to work on making sure that everyone who needs help gets it thank you next question operator thank you we have C person can still invisible oui Bonjour mr.
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states that are starting to ease restrictions opening up businesses again starting as early as tomorrow I'm wondering if you're concerned about jurisdictions that are so close to Canada eating their restrictions so much even well in some cases that virus numbers are still going out we have strong border measures in place to ensure that we're doing what we need to do to protect Canada as provinces look at their own situation and how we can move forward on beginning to reopen our economy I know that their decisions and our decisions will be informed by what is working and what is perhaps not working as well elsewhere in the world Jessica Newton continued a Diwali museum a plasma TV no phone Sierra Leone terrain de parte de la securite la sortie de Canadian physically province governor Ophelia Panico rafflesia calzone is it a poor economy poor Helen said economy over Elliot ant-man Schiavoni pototsky a function e360 operon lib indecision yeah I'm also wondering about the Federation of Canadian Municipalities is out today with a request for 10 million 10 billion dollars in emergency funding because their revenues have fallen so steeply during this crisis are you starting to work with municipalities on a package for something like that we recognize that levels of government across the country orders of government across the country are facing distinct challenges we've had a number of conversations with the provinces on their financial challenges and as we know municipalities are governed by the provinces we will continue to work with the provinces but we'll also continue to work directly with municipalities to make sure that Canadians get the services they need get the support they need regardless of the orders of government we all serve the same people Canadians and we need to work together to be there for them to roll a very poor hydraulic energy Huber's windy serious electric panel sessions efficient new respect only competence the province papa municipality new zealand continue de travailler avec de provence so like a sunni municipality non-pejorative municipality director mountains it up what we thank you one more question on phone please operator thank you now see I said yes so we did our job as a lady Alvin we've also mr.
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Tam to be fired and is accusing her the w-h-o in China of being in cahoots what is your message to Canadians as they see this intolerance and racism have no place in our country Canada has succeeded because of our diversity it is one of our greatest strengths and the millions of Canadians of all different backgrounds who are working together many many of them on the front lines to help their fellow Canadians deserve better than this from all of us we need to continue in our resolve to be an open welcoming respectful country and I think all Canadians expect that of every politician literally offices no butter + o Canada serfdom about Plus no no discord public not happy for but Mississippi House now calls the city firehouse it is rather too soft the the destroy that need derision travaille these are equity desert poor little contract we deserve for ad love crush a lock on Strayer Devon Palmer see mama the service hombre a the buzz activity before point eleven Prime Minister Janet's silver glue with one meatpacking plant already closed in Alberta and the NDP and that province calling on two more to be shut down I'm just wondering what is the federal government doing to protect Canada's food supply from the effects of Kobe's nineteen and are you worried about federal inspectors going into these plants we are of course very alert to the issue of food supply in Canada food security for Canadians is a continued essential priority we will work with the agricultural industry we are strengthening processes around the CFIB to ensure both protection for our inspectors and effectiveness in assuring the safety of our food supply and of the conditions in which workers find themselves we will continue to work with provinces and various jurisdictions to ensure that we are making sure that Canadians get the food that they need and in terms of vaccines you announced earlier funds for vaccine development I'm wondering if your plan is to have vaccines manufactured here in Canada for Canadians we know that developing vaccines is a really important step and that's why there are brilliant researchers working across the country in coordination and in collaboration with the international community as we all make efforts to develop a vaccine but once we've developed a vaccine whether it be in Canada or elsewhere around the world we're going to need to produce it and we will see the same kinds of pressures that we're seeing around obtaining PPE around the world to obtain vaccines which is why part of the investments were making today is to establish the capacity of developing vaccines and producing vaccines NASA mass producing vaccines here in Canada we have X national V Attorney NEMA associate the business succeed lack of in death I suppose a misnomer never share pork you can enjoy first part see I said before accent contractor in a mental news level birth wounded sir he confessed nick quaderi issue canada is it exactly Moscow Vata dosha to duel will be when her to 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we're not going to be able to talk about getting back to normal but in the coming months we will be able to loosen a number of the restrictions and rules that we have right now on personal mobility in certain sectors on on you know on the economy different provinces are in very different postures related to covet 19 and we'll be taking decisions that are appropriate for them what we're doing at the federal level is attempting to pull together and coordinate all different provinces so that we are working from a similar set of guidelines and principles to ensure that Canadians right across the country are being kept safe as we look to those next steps become famous test actual my casa pasta sauce liquid silicone piece comas a family drama the doctor Tom apparently the second mm meal test pal committee and Sibley puffed out you know those kiddies gossip or illusion scoubidou blood on seeker owned one affair book appears I suppose Aconitum dog not a DVD stash a new capacity the deep stuff Julie Van Deusen CBC you've talked about the fact that it's unacceptable what's going on in Canada's seniors homes you've also discussed the idea of making sure people make more money in those homes but that of course would be a short-term solution in terms of a long-term solution will you be talking to the premiers about putting seniors homes under the Canada Health Act which would set national standards and hopefully make sure that seniors don't go through such a terrible ordeal again I think they're gonna be an awful lot of Canadians asking questions of all their province all their all their politicians about what we're gonna do to make sure a situation like this could never happen again what kovat 19 has done has highlighted and brought forward feelings in our system in our country where the people who take care of our most vulnerable are themselves extremely vulnerable economically we need to do better and there will be a lot of conversations that Canadians are going to demand and that politicians will have about what is the best way to ensure that we are properly protecting our elders on the issue of the vaccine which you've said in the past could take a year to 18 months will we have to wait for a vaccine to hug our family and friends who are outside of our bubble the process around reopening the level of freedom we'll have to visit friends and to work and to go outside will depend on the decisions and their advice that scientists give us around how to keep ourselves safe we know it may be a long while before a vaccine there are discussions around treatments for kovat 19 that might work as well as a vaccine I mean we've been waiting for and looking for and searching for a vaccine for AIDS for decades now and it still hasn't come but there are treatments that mean quality of life for people with HIV have been massively improved there are different ways of moving through we will take the best ways we possibly can as we move forward a vaccine obviously arriving soon would be the best solution but we need to make sure we are exploring all different ways of ensuring that Canadians quality of life and safety and protection is upheld in the best way we possibly can going for yes typical mode.