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Sunday Scrum: A throne speech with plucky plans, few tiny print

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Sep 28, 2020 ,
Sunday Scrum: A throne speech with plucky plans, few tiny print

CBC News Community’s Sunday Scrum panel is your vacation arrangement for frank discussion and diagnosis of the week’s mighty political tales. This week: Our panellists discuss the federal authorities’s speech from the throne, which promised an extension of the wage subsidy program, national requirements for long-term care facilities and an funding in a national child-care program.

Gov.Gen. Julie Payette delivers the throne speech within the Senate on Sept. 23. (Blair Gable/Reuters)

CBC News Community’s Sunday Scrum panel is your vacation arrangement for frank discussion and diagnosis of the week’s mighty political tales.

This week, we refer to our panellists in regards to the Liberal authorities’s throne speech, which outlined Ottawa’s COVID-19 response and restoration opinion from the pandemic. 

The panellists also discuss criticisms from the federal Conservatives after the birthday party declared it might probably perchance well no longer enhance the speech from the throne.