A sweeping probe into the government’s handling of the pandemic could unveil details of Liberal’s plans for its much-discussed Quarantine/Isolations sites, the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force and more.
A motion introduced today by Conservative MP Michelle Rempel Garner would order the government to turn over all memorandums, emails, documents, notes or other records from the Prime Minister’s Office, Public Health Agency of Canada along with various minister’s offices and departments.
The motion will be put to a vote on Monday. The Epoch Times is reporting it appears to have the support of the Bloc Quebecois and NDP members.
If passed, a wealth of information regarding the Liberal government’s plans (past, present and future) will become available to the House of Commons health committee.
Documentation would include:
- Communications with the World Health Organization (WHO)
- Plans and preparations for the pandemic
- Purchasing of personal protective equipment
- Purchasing of COVID-19 testing products, lab equipment and more.
- Records related to the COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force
The Liberals argue the demand of documents would be so massive that it would paralyze government.
The health committee would also use the docs to scrutinize the government’s response in COVID-19 testing, its reliance on the WHO and more.
Would the inquiry uncover details surrounding the future use of Federal Quarantine/Isolation sites?
Will Canadians finally get to see what the Liberal party has been planning for 2021?
Or, will the Liberals trigger another confidence vote which could lead to a snap election?