In a public address in Ottawa on Tuesday, February 2, Justin Trudeau spoke briefly about Canada and U.S. relations. \nThe prime minister said that he had a productive call with Vice President Harris yesterday. \nEditor's Choice: Canada Will Be Getting Vaccine Doses Made Here At Home & A Doctor Says It's 'A Big Deal'\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nWe discussed shared priorities on everything from fighting this pandemic and creating good jobs to addressing climate change and strengthening our trading relationship.\n\n\nJustin Trudeau\n\n\n"Canadians and Americans have long stood together, not just as neighbours and allies, but as friends," he continued. \nHe said that he's looking forward to working with the new president and vice president. \nTrudeau said he will work closely with his new American counterparts to tackle challenges and navigate opportunities together. \nTrudeau and Harris also talked about their roots in Quebec, having both lived and gone to school in Montreal. \nIn today's press conference, Trudeau also discussed the domestic production of COVID-19 vaccines in Canada. \nHe continued to say that all Canadians who want vaccines will get them by September.