Canada opposition faction leader tests positive to coronavirus

TORONTO — The new president of Canada’s most important opposition party has tested positive for its coronavirus.

The Conservative party announced late Friday that its chief, Erin O’Toole, obtained a positive evaluation and has been feeling well. His loved ones tested negative.

The party picked him as its new leader a month. He’ll confront Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the upcoming overall election.

Trudeau’s Liberal party authorities will outline its priorities to the session of Parliament next week. O’Toole will not have the ability to attend in person today.

Quebec Premier Francois Legault stated he’d get analyzed after the O’Toole news. Both met weekly.

Coronavirus instances have begun to rise again in Canada lately in what some are predicting another wave.