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The orange recovery phase has also impacted the business community, as non-essential travel is not allowed from other parts of the province. Pelletier said while visitors from outside New Brunswick can't come, the U.
Bernard is asking the provincial government and the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation for help as he tries to avoid closing and laying off the 75 employees who are working right now.
He said the province has offered to defer revenue-sharing payments until March 31, while the First Nation has indicated a willingness to discuss changes to revenue sharing.
A spokesperson for the Finance and Treasury Board confirmed it agreed to defer all payments, except the lump-sum amounts, until the end of the fiscal year on March The staff has been reduced to about 75 people in response to declining business.
But casino regulations require many positions to be filled to keep operations running. Alexandre Silberman is a reporter with CBC New Brunswick based in Fredericton.
He can be reached at alexandre. Their objections could force multiple votes in the Republican-run Senate and the Democratic-controlled House that will almost certainly fail.
More than a dozen GOP senators have said they won't support the challenges and plan to vote against them. There was not widespread fraud in the election, as has been confirmed by a range of election officials and by William Barr, who stepped down as attorney general last month.
Neither Trump nor any of the lawmakers promising to object to the count have presented credible evidence that would change the outcome.
Nearly all of the legal challenges put forth by Trump and his allies have been dismissed by judges. The Supreme Court, which includes three Trump-nominated justices, has also denied requests to hear a pair of cases aimed at invalidating the outcome of the election in key battleground states.
The meeting is required by the Constitution and includes several distinct steps. A look at the joint session:WHAT HAPPENS WHEN CONGRESS MEETS WEDNESDAY?
Under federal law, Congress must meet Jan. The votes are brought into the chamber in special mahogany boxes used for the occasion.
Representatives of both parties in both chambers read the results out loud and do an official count. The president of the Senate, Vice-President Mike Pence, presides over the session and declares the winner.
The session begins at 1 p. The Constitution requires Congress to meet and count the electoral votes. If there is a tie, then the House decides the presidency, with each congressional delegation having one vote.
HOW DOES THE SESSION UNFOLD? The two chambers meet together midday to count the votes. Pence is expected to preside, but if the vice-president cannot be there, there is precedent for the Senate pro tempore, or the longest-serving senator in the majority party, to lead the session.
Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa. The presiding officer opens and presents the certificates of the electoral votes in alphabetical order of the states.
The appointed "tellers" from the House and Senate, members of both parties, then read each certificate out loud and record and count the votes.
At the end, the presiding officer announces who has won the majority of votes for both president and vice-president. But the presiding officer will not hear the objection unless it is in writing and signed by both a member of the House and a member of the Senate.
If there is such a request, then the joint session suspends and the House and Senate go into separate sessions to consider it for up to two hours.
For the objection to be sustained, both chambers must agree to it by a simple majority vote. If they do not both agree, the original electoral votes are counted with no changes.
This process repeats each time there is an objection, and could go all night and into Thursday. The last time such an objection was considered was , when Rep.
Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio and Sen. Both the House and Senate debated the objection and easily rejected it.
It was only the second time such a vote had occurred. WHO IS EXPECTED TO OBJECT? None of the members has presented detailed evidence and few of them have called into question the elections of congressional lawmakers who won election on the same ballots.
The House Republicans, led by Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan and Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks, have said they plan to object to the results from Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
In the Senate, Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley was the first to say he would join with the House Republicans to object to the Pennsylvania results.
On Saturday, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas announced a coalition of 11 additional senators who vowed to vote against state electors on Wednesday unless Congress appoints an electoral commission to immediately conduct an audit of the election results.
Hawley and Cruz are both among potential presidential contenders. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga. It is unclear if senators will join with the House Republicans on all six states.
Cruz is expected to object to Arizona, which comes early in the count, and Loeffler may object to her home state of Georgia, according to people familiar with the planning who requested anonymity to discuss it.
The challenges have split the party. John Cornyn and South Dakota Sen. John Thune, the No. Nebraska Sen. Tim Scott said that "no justice, judge or fact finder has found evidence indicating the election results in those states should be overturned.
Other vice-presidents have been in that uncomfortable situation. In , Vice-President Al Gore presided over the counting of the presidential election he narrowly lost to Republican George W.
In , Biden presided over the count that declared Trump the winner. Biden also shot down objections from House Democrats that did not have any Senate support.
The joint session is the last official chance for objections, beyond court cases that have so far proven ineffective for Trump and his team. Mary Clare Jalonick, The Associated Press.
OTTAWA — Rear Admiral Craig Baines is being tapped as the Royal Canadian Navy's new commander. Outgoing chief of the defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance announced the appointment Tuesday, with Baines set to replace current navy commander Vice-Admiral Art McDonald.
McDonald will take over command of the entirety of the Canadian Armed Forces from Vance during a ceremony next week.
Baines has served as commander of the navy's Atlantic fleet since and provided regular updates following the crash of the Cyclone helicopter known as Stalker 22 last spring.
All six Canadian Armed Forces members on board the helicopter were killed when it crashed into the Mediterranean Sea in late April. Baines and McDonald take over their new jobs at a time when the navy has been increasingly active in the Asia-Pacific region amid the rise of China while maintaining a steady presence with NATO in Europe.
They also arrive at a time when many are questioning the cost of the government's plan to build 15 new warships to form the backbone of the Navy's fleet for decades.
Yet the parliamentary budget officer dug into the numbers last fall and is expected to provide an updated estimate to Parliament later this month, which could force a major rethink on the project.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. The Canadian Press. Hamilton reported an outbreak in a city-run long-term-care home over the weekend, as cases and deaths in ongoing outbreaks steadily climbed.
Macassa Lodge is in outbreak as of Jan. Shalom Village reported two deaths over the long weekend, bringing its fatalities to 20 since the outbreak began.
The outbreak at Chartwell Willowgrove was declared over on Jan. The city, however, is reporting 15 deaths at Shalom as of Jan 3 at 3 p. Grace Villa remains the worst outbreak with cases and 38 deaths since the outbreak began on Nov.
No new cases or deaths were reported Monday. There are currently 20 institutions in outbreak in the city. Growing outbreaks include St.
Elizabeth Retirement Residence, which reported three new cases, for a total of 24 since the outbreak began on Dec. The facility reported its first two deaths over the weekend.
Cases at Villa Italia Retirement Residence, which has been in outbreak since Dec. The home now has 19 cases, including 13 residents and six staff.
The home has also reported one death. A new outbreak was declared at Blackadar Continuing Care Centre on Jan. Elizabeth Richardson.
Two doses are required for the vaccine, and the second doses will begin to be administered to next week, Richardson said.
Maria Iqbal, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Hamilton Spectator. HAMILTON — The Hamilton Paramedic Service has declared a COVID outbreak at one of its bases after three workers tested positive for the virus.
The City of Hamilton says the affected employees last worked at the Limeridge base between Dec. It says the employees used personal protective equipment and there is no known unprotected contact with the public.
The city says there are no interruptions to service or operations as a result of the outbreak. In November, Ottawa's paramedic service faced an outbreak after two cases of COVID were reported.
In the same month, Niagara Public Health declared an outbreak within Niagara EMS after six employees tested positive for the virus. This story was produced with the financial assistance of the Facebook and Canadian Press News Fellowship.
A Prince Edward Island MLA is defending his trip to Germany in September, saying he followed all public health guidelines. Rob Henderson, the Liberal MLA for O'Leary-Inverness and the party's health critic, travelled to Achern, Germany for his daughter's wedding.
He left on Sept. He returned to P. He said the second wave of rapid COVID spread was not yet underway.
We were able to get a flight. Both the Prince Edward Island and federal governments have advised against non-essential travel out of the country.
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