The feds last week committed to $300-million in support, not following all of the special envoy’s advice, but Rae admits it’s a start.
Bob Rae, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's special envoy to Myanmar, holds a press conference in Ottawa on April 3 to release his final report on the humanitarian and security crisis in Myanmar. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
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It’s still unclear how much the support will ultimately cost, and how many businesses and organizations will apply and receive such assistance, though Prime Minister Trudeau acknowledged that the 'costs keep climbing.'
Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault said he has spoken with representatives from media groups and trade unions representing journalists, and the government is doing 'everything we can to help them make it through this cr