The House of Commons vaccine rule puts O'Toole in an awkward spot - 2021-10-23

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F182.png The House of Commons vaccine rule puts O'Toole in an awkward spot October 23, 2021, Aaron Wherry, CBC News

The House of Commons is a workplace unlike any other. But the sandstone walls of Parliament are not immune to the reality of a global pandemic.

So sooner or later, the House was going to face the same questions now confronting every other institution and establishment in the country: whether to require that its occupants be vaccinated and what the consequences of such a requirement might be.

But because this is the House of Commons, the vaccine mandate has become a test of political leadership — particularly for Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole.

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