Scheer calls Trudeau speech on rail blockades ‘weakest response’ to national crisis in history

Leader of the Official Opposition Andrew Scheer spoke about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's speech regarding ongoing nationwide rail blockades and solidarity protests with the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs in the House of Commons on Tuesday, saying his speech was the "weakest response to a national crisis in history." He also said Trudeau's "word salad" did not have a "clear denunciation" of those holding the protests or any concrete action that would end the blockades.