Face to Face 2021- Justin Trudeau met 4 undecided

2022-04-05
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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said keeping Canadians safe is his priority, and he will continue to stand up to anti-vaxxers and anti-lockdown protestersThe European group said Friday that it is investigating four reports of unusual clots, while admitting there are some Canadians who will never get themselves vaccinated against COVID-19.

The Liberal leader said that keeping Canadians safe meant asking ourselves as a society “whether we’re going to tolerate anti-vaxxers and fringe groups and people who want to take away women’s rights and bring back gunsextraordinary measures. Or do we stand strong for the values that we know make us stronger as CanadiansThe full story by Rob Ferguson: Ontario promises 350 new ICU beds this week as COVID-19 cases surge?”

Trudeau made the remarks during the second instalment of The National Presents: Face to Face with the Federal Party Leaders, in which four undecided voters get five minutes to ask one of four federal party leaders about an issue close to their hearts.

During one exchange with a voter,?CBC?chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton jumped in and pressed Trudeau on whether his ongoing confrontations with anti-lockdown and anti-vaxxers at campaign events across the country might be pushing these Canadians farther away from being vaccinated.?

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