O’Toole and Kenney sit side-by-side for UCP general meeting livestream with no masks

O'Toole and Kenney elbow-bumped instead of shaking hands, but sat at a table only a couple of feet away from each other, faces uncovered, for approximately ten minutes as they discussed the pandemic and energy policy and pipelines.
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