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“We urge all governments to act immediately. This is not a time for further discussion,” said the letter.
Several cabinet ministers, Liberal MPs and other parliamentarians endorsed the letter’s recommendations. Trudeau himself welcomed the recommendations —?and while he didn’t specifically commit to implementing each one, he did say he would work with the Parliamentary Black CaucusThe popular SUV one o?on a path forward.