Scheer says people are 'upset and confused' by Trudeau's decision to attend a protest during the pandemic - 2020-06-08

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F182.png Scheer says people are 'upset and confused' by Trudeau's decision to attend a protest during the pandemic June 8, 2020, John Paul Tasker, CBC News

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today that Canadians have a right to be angered by the sight of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attending a protest after months of promoting stay-at-home orders as the best way to beat the pandemic.

Scheer said most Canadians have been respecting public health directives meant to stop the spread of the deadly virus behind COVID-19 — by staying home and avoiding large crowds and by complying with rules that make hospital visitations and funerals all but impossible.

Ontario still has rules against mass gatherings. Much of the province's economy is still in lockdown mode as the virus continues to rip through communities.

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{{cite news | first = John Paul | last = Tasker | title = Scheer says people are 'upset and confused' by Trudeau's decision to attend a protest during the pandemic | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/scheer-trudeau-protests-pandemic-1.5603027 | work = CBC News | date = June 8, 2020 | accessdate = June 9, 2020 }}