Erin O’Toole pushes for worker representation on corporate boards

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole responds to questions from reporters in Ottawa after making a policy announcement aimed at giving workers a voice on the boards of their companies. His party would require federally regulated employers with over 1,000 employees or $100 million in annual revenue to include worker representation on their boards of directors. Air transportation, oil and gas, telecommunications, and banking are among federally regulated sectors. The Conservative leader also faces questions about Twitter flagging a video that Liberal candidate Chrystia Freeland tweeted of him speaking about private health care as “manipulated media.”

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