Conservative MPs on Rail Blockades, Potential Non-Confidence Motion

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Conservative MPs on Rail Blockades, Potential Non-Confidence Motion

Conservative House leader Candice Bergen and chief opposition whip Mark Strahl comment on the ongoing blockades in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs that have disrupted Canada’s rail system. Speaking with reporters on Parliament Hill following the Conservative party’s weekly caucus meeting, the two MPs are also asked about a possible non-confidence motion against the Liberal government. That is one of six potential motions on the notice paper that the Conservatives could put forward for debate for tomorrow’s opposition day. (February 19, 2020) (no interpretation)