The West Block: June 19, 2022 | Travel mandates, affordability & Jean Charest’s thoughts on CPC race

Global News published this video item, entitled “The West Block: June 19, 2022 | Travel mandates, affordability & Jean Charest’s thoughts on CPC race” – below is their description.

This week on ‘The West Block’, host Mercedes Stephenson speaks with Transport Minister Omar Alghabra about the end of domestic vaccine mandates for travel, plus why the ArriveCAN app and mask mandates aren’t heading for the departures gate.

Then, Stephenson gets economist Don Drummond’s grade for the government’s affordability plan and why key interest rates need to rise.

Plus, Conservative leadership candidate Jean Charest says he still has a path to victory, despite his main rival, Pierre Poilievre claiming to have sold more than 300 party memberships.

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