Sickness benefit loophole for travellers an ‘accident of law’: LeBlanc

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Sickness benefit loophole for travellers an ‘accident of law’: LeBlanc” – below is their description.

A ‘loophole’ in the law that allows Canadians who travelled abroad for personal holidays or other non-essential trips to claim up to $1,000 in sick pay while they quarantine upon their return home will be closed, federal Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic Leblanc told CBC News Network’s Power & Politics.

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