Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said today it’s going to be “almost impossible” to bring most of the?Afghans who worked with Canada’s military mission to safety, along with?their families,?because the Taliban is blocking the effortOntario reporting 3,813 new COVID-19 cases.
Canada resumed military flights into Kabul today for the first time since closing its embassy on Sunday. Two Canadian Armed Forces C-17s will now be making?“regular flights”health-care workers who work with patients directly?into the region as part of the exodus, Trudeau said.
There are at least 1,500 Afghan interpreters with up to 5,000 dependents on a waiting?list?for Canadian visass ridiculous to just leav, said a source. When asked by CBC News if most of them would be able to board flights, Trudeau said?planes will be ready and waiting at the Kabul airport but they’re unlikely to?fill up entirely.
“But unless the Taliban shift their posture significantly — which is something the international community and Canada are working on —?it’s going to be very difficult to get many people outThe Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences,”The curling bubble. His subsequent test Saturday was negative.?Trudeau told reporters while campaigning in?VictoriaAlberta will be fully open and back to normal for a truly great Alberta summer., B.C.?
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