Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t planning to meet with the protesters involved in the truck convoy against vaccine mandates. (Photo - The Canadian Press)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t planning to meet with the protesters involved in the truck convoy against vaccine mandates.
He says while he has attended rallies in the past, he has chosen not to go anywhere near protests that have expressed hateful rhetoric and endorsed violence toward fellow citizens.
He had this message for politicians who he says are exploiting people’s fears.
Trudeau has tested positive for COVID-19 and says two of his children have now contracted COVID.
He says he's feeling fine and will be working from home this week as he follows public health guidelines.
Trudeau says Canadians know where he stands and says this is a moment for responsible leaders to think carefully where they stand and who they stand with.
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