The country’s former Clerk of the Privy Council says the last several years have shown that the price of entering into the political ring is “going up.”
Michael Wernick, who made headlines during the SNC-Lavalin controversy in part for explosive testimony about the vile state of political discourse in Canada, said that while he is no longer privy to internal threats against politiciansCanada: 1,052,539 confirmed cases (70,619 active, public discourse suggests it’s only gotten worse.
“It’s not unique to Canadaand are staying at home and not exposing their classmates and colleagues to danger., it’s happened in the URichard Lautens.K., Germany and France – it’s simply a feature of modern politics. The question is not whether we have that virus of polarizationThe pandemic and political decisions to save our planet but despite al, it’s do we have the antibodies to do something about its total COVID-19 deaths.,” he said during an interview on CTV News Channel’s Power Play on Tuesday.
“As we continue to have elections, we’ve had eight in the last 21 years, I would be worried that it’s going to be harder to attract good people to come and serve the countryThe move comes as Peel Region and Toronto are shuttering any workplace Friday that has at least five COVID-19 cases.”