So many press conferences, so little time. Now, one federal party leader is questioning the government's reliance on information from one specific organization. Andrew Scheer's WHO comments included him wondering Canada is relying on the organization.\nDuring a press conference on April 15, Scheer spoke about Canada's response to COVID-19 including efforts to flatten the curve, medical equipment, recalling parliament and the WHO.\n"We have extremely talented doctors, researchers and medical experts here in Canada," Scheer said.\nHe went on the mention that Canada shouldn't simply be relying on the WHO but should instead be at the forefront of the crisis by offering our expertise to other countries.\nThe Conservative leader also said that China has an "inordinate effect" on the WHO and that he isn't confident that the organization looks at objective data.\n"This government has decided to base their decisions on evidence coming out of the WHO," Scheer said.\nAfter that, he noted that there are health experts, researchers and doctors in Canada who have been calling for different things and proposing alternatives.\n"This government chose to ignore those domestic voices and rely more heavily on the WHO," Scheer said. "We need to find out why."\nHowever, the Prime Minister said during his own press conference that he'll continue working with experts in Canada and around the world.\nView this post on Instagram Today, MPs are back in Ottawa to pass the government’s emergency legislation – again. When we received the revised wage subsidy bill earlier this week, we rolled up our sleeves and got to work. Because of our efforts small businesses will have the certainty they need. We look forward to the government implementing more of our suggestions. 🇨🇦 Aujourd’hui, les députés reviennent à Ottawa pour adopter, encore une fois, la mesure d’urgence du gouvernement. Quand nous avons reçu le projet de loi de subvention salariale révisé, plus tôt cette semaine, nous avons retroussé nos manches et nous nous sommes mis au travail. Grâce à nos efforts, les petites entreprises auront la certitude dont ils ont besoin. Nous sommes impatients de voir le gouvernement mettre d’autres de nos suggestions en œuvre. A post shared by Andrew Scheer (@andrewjscheer) on Apr 11, 2020 at 11:07am PDT\nOn April 15, Trudeau was also asked about the organization.\nHe told reporters that the country's support and funding for the WHO is in the tens of millions of dollars range.\n"We will always continue to work with experts both domestically and internationally to take the best advice possible in keeping Canadians safe," he said.\nWhile U.S. President Donald Trump has instructed his administration to stop funding the WHO, Trudeau said that he "hasn't made any direct asks or indirect asks of Canada around that."\nThe Prime Minister also skirted around questions about whether he shared the same views as others, like Scheer, about the organization and China.\nA day earlier, Scheer had also said that he had "serious concerns" about the WHO.\n"We regret the decision of the President of the United States to order a halt in the funding to the World Health Oganization," said @WHO’s @DrTedros. "We'll work with our partners to fill any financial gaps we face.” Read more: https://t.co/P29pOqOEuf pic.twitter.com/T9nIdESOZ7— Power & Politics (@PnPCBC) April 15, 2020\nDuring his own press conference before Trudeau's, Scheer also spoke multiple times about the shutdown and stay-at-home instructions from the government.\nHe said that the restrictions were "all in order to buy the government time."\nScheer used that phrasing multiple times and said the measures gave the government and health agencies time to build capacity so that the number of cases didn't overwhelm the system.\nTrudeau and other health officials have been asking Canadians to stay home to save lives.