With the pandemic, Opposition leader Erin O'Toole says he's willing to consider to more help for Main Street, as well as tourist outfitters.

"So, there needs to be some assistance packages for some specific sectors that have been hurt, like that tourism piece, and then small businesses. We may even have to change our bankruptcy insolvency laws, provide a few more loan options," he said. 

The federal Conservative Party leader would also like to lobby Americans directly, when it comes to tariffs being imposed on Canadian softwood lumber in U.S. markets. 

"That is actually driving up the cost of a home in the United States, because it's limiting competition from actually superior Canadian softwood lumber options," he added. 

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