Video plans & items as of 5:30 p.m. ET Wednesday, Sept. 8

Here are the latest video plans & items as of 5:30 p.m. ET Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021

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COMING UP LATER (subject to change on availability):

HALIFAX - Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston holds COVID-19 briefing. (via livestream, expected next)

FedElxn - Daily campaign coverage. Available to premium subscribers only.

FedElxn - Daily wrap-up video

 

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B.C. introduces a COVID-19 vaccine card that takes effect Sept. 13

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says the vaccine card will be available to download or print, and people will be required to show it as a proof of vaccination starting next week to attend higher risk social and recreational events and settings. She says as of Oct. 24, people in B.C. will be required to use the card to prove they have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine to enter these same events.

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Companion: COVID-BC

Category: News

Time Published: 8:00 p.m. ET Tuesday, Sept. 7


Quebec to require vaccine passport for hospital visitors as COVID-19 cases climb

Quebec says all health and social service workers, either public or private, will have to be vaccinated by Oct. 15. Health Minister Chritian Dube also says it will be required for people to show proof of vaccination before visiting patients in any medical establishments across the province.

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Companion: COVID-Que

Category: News

Time Published: 6:20 p.m. ET Tuesday, Sept. 7

 

PREMIUM ELECTION VIDEO -- This video is available only to subscribers of the CP premium federal election video service. Please contact your account manager for subscription information. 

Jagmeet Singh says NDP will make transit electric by 2030​​​​​​​

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh promised on Tuesday to double funding for public transit projects to help municipalities make their public transit fleets fully electric by 2030. The Conservatives have promised to invest in public transit to help cut commute times. The Liberals are also pledging to support a transition to zero-emissions buses.

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Companion: FedElxn-NDP

Category: Premium Election

Time Published: 3:30 p.m. ET Tuesday, Sept. 7

 

Furey announces vaccine passport as cluster of new COVID-19 cases reported​​​​​​​

Newfoundland and Labrador will introduce a vaccination passport that will use a QR code to show a person’s level of vaccination against COVID-19. Premier Andrew Furey made the announcement Tuesday as the province announced five new confirmed cases of COVID-19.

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Companion: COVID-Atlantic

Category: News

Time Published: 3:00 p.m. ET Tuesday, Sept. 7

 

Leaders condemn gravel-throwing incident

After gravel was thrown at him by protesters, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says campaigns need to adjust their security but Canadians don’t want their leaders to be constantly surrounded by a phalanx of guards with no chance to engage the public. Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh say no one should have to face threats of violence.

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Companion: FedElxn-Campaign

Category: News, Premium Election

Time Published: 1:00 p.m. ET Tuesday, Sept. 7

 

PREMIUM ELECTION VIDEO -- This video is available only to subscribers of the CP premium federal election video service. Please contact your account manager for subscription information. 

Angry crowd throws gravel at Trudeau in London, Ont.

Protesters threw small rocks at Justin Trudeau Monday evening as the Liberal leader boarded his campaign bus after an event in London, Ont. Groups decrying pandemic measures and vaccines have dogged Trudeau’s events during the federal campaign.

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Companion: FedElxn-Liberals

Category: Premium Election

Time Published: 9:00 p.m. ET Tuesday, Sept. 7

 

PREMIUM ELECTION VIDEO -- This video is available only to subscribers of the CP premium federal election video service. Please contact your account manager for subscription information. 

O'Toole maintains commitment to keep Liberal gun ban

Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole has a simple message for his candidates and supporters who deny that the party has changed its stance on a 2020 Liberal cabinet order banning 1,500 models of firearms: he's in charge. O'Toole, whose campaign manager is a former lobbyist for a pro-gun group, is also attempting to distance himself from the firearms lobby.

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Companion: FedElxn-Campaign

Category: Premium Election

Time Published: 6:20 p.m. ET Monday, Sept. 6

 

Trudeau preaches pandemic protections, O’Toole defends unvaccinated candidates, Singh promises paid sick leave

On the campaign trail today, Justin Trudeau pledged pandemic protections for workers, support for mandatory vaccines in Welland, Ont. He also addresses protests at his events and says he won't back down. Meanwhile, in Ottawa, O’Toole defended allowing unvaccinated candidates to run. In Hamilton, Jagmeet Singh announced his promises for paid sick leave for employees across the country.

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Companion: FedElxn-Campaign

Category: News, Premium Election

Time Published: 3:00 p.m. ET Monday, Sept. 6

 

PREMIUM ELECTION VIDEO -- This video is available only to subscribers of the CP premium federal election video service. Please contact your account manager for subscription information. 

Protesters greet Trudeau in Newmarket

Protesters angry with Justin Trudeau and COVID-19 pandemic measures waited for the federal Liberal leader at a campaign event in Newmarket, Ont., on Sunday night. The group surrounded Trudeau's bus and shouted profanities as he briefly met with supporters.

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Companion: FedElxn-Campaign

Category: Premium Election

Time Published: 12:00 p.m. ET Monday, Sept. 6

 

Trudeau criticizes O’Toole on guns, O’Toole proposes more police funding and reverses his gun policy stance

While at a campaign stop in Markham today, Justin Trudeau criticized the Conservative gun violence prevention policy while proposing a further crackdown on some types of guns. Meanwhile, Erin O’Toole proposed giving police and RCMP more funding, despite public backlash against police across North America. O'Toole reversed his position on a 2020 Liberal ban on 1,500 "assault-style" weapons. His platform said it would be withdrawn, today he said he would maintain it.

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Companion: FedElxn-Campaign

Category: News, Premium Election

Time Published: 6:00 p.m. ET Sunday, Sept. 5

 

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