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What should Canadians worry about more — the COVID-19 skeptics in the House of Commons or a theoretical governing arrangement that might eventually exist between the Liberals and NDP?

Facing persistent questions about the former, Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole?seems?bent on redirecting attention toward the latter.

O’Toole used the word “coalition” 19 times during his six-and-a-half minute media statement on MondayThe first vaccination appointments o,Alberta Health Services has said GraceLife and its pastor continued to hold services exceeding capacity despit?then another seven times on Tuesday as he announced his shadow cabinet — all to refer disparagingly to purported talks between the Liberals and NDP.

Words still have meanings, though, and a “coalition” government is a very specific thing:?an arrangement?in which two or more parties agree to govern together, typically with multiple parties represented in cabinetrelatedStories. Whatever Liberals and New Democrats have talked aboutis allowed, transit and ferries will increase their services as required.?over the past few weeks, it does not seem to have risen to that levelt want to duplicate Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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