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Canada's Party Leaders Shared A Video Message About Vaccines & It's Awkward As Heck

In a new video, Canada's federal party leaders are coming together to encourage Canadians to get the COVID-19 vaccine, but the execution of their message may have missed the mark.

The short video, which was posted to Annamie Paul's Twitter on September 10, begins with the Green Party leader standing alongside Liberal leader Justin Trudeau, Conservative leader Erin O'Toole, Bloc Québécois leader Yves-François Blanchet, and NDP leader Jagmeet Singh in what can only be described as a Power Rangers-esque position.

The group starts with a fantastic High School Musical reference stating "we're all in this together," before each party leader takes a turn in a close-up shot explaining the benefits of getting vaccinated.

The leaders mobilized once again in a power stance at the end of the video, telling Canadians to "get the shot."

Despite the awkwardness of the video, the party leaders clearly put their differences aside to come together after some heated exchanges during the September 9 English-language leaders' debate.

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Justin Trudeau Says His New Government Will Tackle 5 'First Priorities' When It Returns

Establishing an international proof of vaccination is near the top of the list!

After a victorious election cycle that left Justin Trudeau with another minority government, the re-elected PM is outlining his top priorities for the next term.

Speaking at a press conference in Ottawa on Tuesday, September 28, Trudeau said Canada's government would get back to work before the end of fall, and he said he'll be focussing on five key issues in particular when it does.

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She made the announcement during a press conference in Toronto on September 27.

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Justin Trudeau's First Calls After Winning The Election Were To Joe Biden & Kamala Harris

They talked about the Canada-U.S. land border, women in the workforce and meeting in person.

After a minority Liberal government was declared on September 20, Justin Trudeau made two phone calls as Canada's newly re-elected prime minister and both were to U.S. politicians.

Trudeau spoke with U.S. President Joe Biden on September 21 and the American leader offered his congratulations on the re-election. They chatted about the response to COVID-19, collaboration on the fight against climate change, and managing the Canada-U.S. land border.

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