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Justin Trudeau

Biden, Trudeau go online for US-Canada bilateral
World

Biden, Trudeau go online for US-Canada bilateral

  • Biden and Trudeau will address several mutual priorities, including tackling climate change, revving up the North American economy, the Arctic, and threats to democracy in Myanmar and Venezuela.
Published 23 Feb, 2021 04:56pm
Canada to spend C$15bn on public transit projects
World

Canada to spend C$15bn on public transit projects

  • The spending will be focused on major projects like new subway extensions and the electrification of vehicle fleets, along with investments in walking and cycling infrastructure, he said.
  • To help restart the economy and create strong, middle class jobs - all while fighting climate change.
Published 10 Feb, 2021 07:19pm
Rising tension: India skips Canada-led COVID-19 meeting over Trudeau's remarks
World

Rising tension: India skips Canada-led COVID-19 meeting over Trudeau's remarks

  • The virtual meeting, which was convened by the Canadian Foreign Minister François-Philippe Champagne on December 7, was held to formulate a common strategy to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Modi-led Indian government is upset with Trudeau’s comments over farmers' protest and has decided to show its displeasure by refusing to attend the meeting
Published 08 Dec, 2020 11:18am
India formally protests to Canada over Trudeau remarks on farm protests
World

India formally protests to Canada over Trudeau remarks on farm protests

  • The Indian foreign ministry said in a statement that comments on “issues relating to Indian farmers constitute an unacceptable interference in our internal affairs.”
  • Trudeau, speaking to the Indian community in Canada, said this week that he was concerned about the farmers, most of them from the Sikh-dominated state of Punjab, camped out on the outskirts of Delhi in a protest against farm reforms.
Published 04 Dec, 2020 03:59pm
Most Canadians could get COVID-19 vaccine by Sept if all goes well: PM Trudeau
World

Most Canadians could get COVID-19 vaccine by Sept if all goes well: PM Trudeau

  • Canada is in the middle of a second wave of the virus and daily cases regularly hit record highs despite increasing efforts by the 10 provinces to clamp down on businesses and curb gatherings.
  • "We're in some of the toughest days of this pandemic," said Trudeau, describing the expected arrival of the vaccines as a light at the end of the tunnel.
Published 28 Nov, 2020 12:26am
Canada at a tipping point in fight against coronavirus, says frustrated Trudeau
World

Canada at a tipping point in fight against coronavirus, says frustrated Trudeau

  • He spoke after health officials said authorities needed to do more now to fight the pandemic since forecasts suggest the number of new infections will continue to accelerate.
  • We are at a tipping point in this pandemic. Not only is the second wave under way, (but) yesterday we hit the highest daily record for cases.
Updated 10 Oct, 2020 03:05pm