1. 'Broken trust': Inside the political battle for a $27 billion COVID-19 spending bill  National Post
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  3. Trudeau, G20 leaders to confer on international response to COVID-19 pandemic  CTV News
  4. Lorne Gunter: It's good the Trudeau government backed away from COVID-19 tax power, but awful it was even on the table  National Post
  5. Emergency COVID-19 bill, upping $27 billion in direct support to $52 billion, gets royal assent  National Post
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What was supposed to be a relatively quick debate and vote on a series of sweeping financial measures in response to COVID-19 was knocked off courseWhat was supposed to be a relatively quick debate and vote on a series of sweeping financial measures in response to COVID-19 was knocked off course

‘Broken trust’: Inside the political battle for a $27 billion COVID-19 spending bill | National Post

What was supposed to be a relatively quick debate and vote on a series of sweeping financial measures in response to COVID-19 was knocked off courseWhat was supposed to be a relatively quick debate and vote on a series of sweeping financial measures in response to COVID-19 was knocked off course

‘Broken trust’: Inside the political battle for a $27 billion COVID-19 spending bill | National Post

The global co-ordination on the COVID-19 pandemic response is on the agenda today when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a video conference call with other leaders of the G20.The global co-ordination on the COVID-19 pandemic response is on the agenda today when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a video conference call with other leaders of the G20.

Trudeau to update on pandemic efforts, speak with G20 leaders about COVID-19 impact | CTV News

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Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Ottawa is in "hourly contact" with the energy sector, aiming to ensure companies have the credit facilities they need as the industry struggles.Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Ottawa is in "hourly contact" with the energy sector, aiming to ensure companies have the credit facilities they need as the industry struggles.

“Conservatives are focused on helping Canadians affected by COVID-19. Yesterday, we passed emergency measures that will provide real assistance right now. Canadians need help from their leaders, not last minute power grabs. https://t.co/nvFY6uYDSF”

Andrew Scheer on Twitter: "Conservatives are focused on helping Canadians affected by COVID-19. Yesterday, we passed emergency measures that will provide real assistance right now. Canadians need help from their leaders, not last minute power grabs. https://t.co/nvFY6uYDSF"

“"Go all the way. The only thing we will regret is what we don’t do" - Ottawa should invoke the Emergencies Act now, @KevinSmithUHN, CEO of Canada's biggest hospital says, by @theresaboyle https://t.co/OKAKBwAry9 via @torontostar #SocialDistancing #COVID19”

André Picard on Twitter: ""Go all the way. The only thing we will regret is what we don’t do" - Ottawa should invoke the Emergencies Act now, @KevinSmithUHN, CEO of Canada's biggest hospital says, by @theresaboyle https://t.co/OKAKBwAry9 via @torontostar #SocialDistancing #COVID19"

“Canadians stand together in the fight against #COVID19. It’s why we’re working with companies to help re-purpose their production to support Canada’s effort to stop the spread. By working together, we will get through this. https://t.co/vxpd8IQZip”

Harjit Sajjan on Twitter: "Canadians stand together in the fight against #COVID19. It’s why we’re working with companies to help re-purpose their production to support Canada’s effort to stop the spread. By working together, we will get through this.… https://t.co/Pr6MWlLUJv"

“Kinda love this! "T-shirts with portraits of Canada’s top doctors on sale for charity" https://t.co/Ec5VF153Vf #COVID19 #coronavirus @CPHO_Canada #RockStars.”

Timothy Caulfield on Twitter: "Kinda love this! "T-shirts with portraits of Canada’s top doctors on sale for charity" https://t.co/Ec5VF153Vf #COVID19 #coronavirus @CPHO_Canada #RockStars."

The Emergency Care Benefit and the Emergency Support Benefit have been merged into the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB). The CERB has also been better integrated with Employment Insurance to allow workers to apply for benefits through a single window.The Emergency Care Benefit and the Emergency Support Benefit have been merged into the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB). The CERB has also been better integrated with Employment Insurance to allow workers to apply for benefits through a single window.

Canada Emergency Response Benefit: Q&A | Canadian Union of Public Employees

As of Wednesday, there are 3,197 novel coronavirus cases and 27 deaths in CanadaAs of Wednesday, there are 3,197 novel coronavirus cases and 27 deaths in Canada

Emergency COVID-19 bill, upping $27 billion in direct support to $52 billion, gets royal assent | National Post

As of Wednesday, there are 3,197 novel coronavirus cases and 27 deaths in CanadaAs of Wednesday, there are 3,197 novel coronavirus cases and 27 deaths in Canada

Emergency COVID-19 bill, upping $27 billion in direct support to $52 billion, gets royal assent | National Post

The Liberals are repackaging two previously promised benefits for Canadians whose working lives are disrupted by COVID-19, a change that...The Liberals are repackaging two previously promised benefits for Canadians whose working lives are disrupted by COVID-19, a change that...

​Liberals rejig benefits for workers affected by COVID-19 | Oil & Gas | JWN Energy

Increasing wage subsidies for employers would prevent lay offs in the first place, reducing the need for EI, businesses say.Increasing wage subsidies for employers would prevent lay offs in the first place, reducing the need for EI, businesses say.

Benefits package for Canadians losing income to COVID-19 welcome, but not enough, business group says | TheSpec.com

The House of Commons has passed emergency legislation, freeing up $82 billion in an effort to help Canadians weather the COVID-19 crisis.The House of Commons has passed emergency legislation, freeing up $82 billion in an effort to help Canadians weather the COVID-19 crisis.

House of Commons passes legislation for COVID-19 aid with unanimous support

APTN News Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled a new financial support program Wednesday to help workers affected by the global COVID-19 pandemic. The Canada Emergency […]

New COVID-19 benefit promises fast relief during crisis - APTN NewsAPTN News

The House of Commons has passed emergency legislation to free up $82 billion to help Canadians weather the COVID-19 crisis.The House of Commons has passed emergency legislation to free up $82 billion to help Canadians weather the COVID-19 crisis.

Federal bill with more than $100 B in COVID-19 aid gets royal assent, is now law | CP24.com

The total benefits to help Canadians and small businesses cope with the COVID-19 pandemic are almost double what they were expected to be, the federal finance minister said Wednesday.The total benefits to help Canadians and small businesses cope with the COVID-19 pandemic are almost double what they were expected to be, the federal finance minister said Wednesday.

Senate passes emergency federal aid package of $107 billion - NEWS 1130

Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau told lawmakers in the Senate that he is planning to make another announcement this week on measures to help the economy.

Morneau says Canada planning new virus aid measures this week - BNN Bloomberg

An emergency federal bill to give the government billions of dollars to spend to help anxious workers, families and employers cope with COVID-19 is now law. Gov. Gen. Julie Payette signed the bill at 12:18 p.m. Eastern time Wednesday, after both the House of Commons and Senate issued speedy approvals earlier in the day. The […]

Emergency $100B COVID-19 bill passed; monies coming in April: Morneau - CityNews Toronto