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Carla Qualtrough

Travellers who meet CRSB requirements can receive $500 per week of mandatory self-isolation.
An announcement to help people with disabilities is expected this week, Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough told HuffPost.
“It’s people with disabilities that are most vulnerable to COVID-19.”
Critic Peter Julian called on the government to raise minimum wage to at least $15 during pandemic.
Carla Qualtrough says you can't "put the toothpaste back in the tube."
Earlier this week, I received an email that offered me the chance to attend one of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's town halls. I am hard of hearing. I rely on lipreading. Normally, I shy away from any kind of talk or presentation. But the opportunity to see a sitting prime minister in person, and potentially ask him a question, spurred me to find out more.
The Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games are poised to begin and the energy in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is electric. As Canada's Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, I'm thrilled to attend the Games to cheer on our athletes. As a retired Paralympian, I know what the 314 Olympic athletes in Rio are feeling.
A decorated veteran, a lawyer, and a former regional chief.
Celina Caesar-Chavannes, born in Grenada, is just one rookie to watch.