While graduation ceremonies look a little different this year, Canada’s leaders are still sharing words of advice with students. In a video shared to Twitter, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh shared some words of wisdom with Canadian graduates. His advice included “lift each other up” and taking a moment to just “breathe.”\nIt’s been an unexpected end to the year for Canada’s graduates, and the majority of ceremonies and celebrations have been postponed and cancelled.\nHowever, despite the unusual circumstances, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh delivered a speech to the country’s graduates, sharing some words of advice for the future.\n“To help you celebrate this graduation, I want to share with you a couple of words of advice,” the NDP leader said on June 27.\nSingh began by urging graduates to simply take a moment and breathe. “I know it sounds obvious,” he said, “but it’s very important.”\nHe went on, “In this difficult time I know it’s hard to predict the future, a lot of people are worrying about the future, we’re in uncertain times.”\nHowever, he asked graduates to continue to “take chances,” despite the uncertainty.\nJoking about his grey beard, Singh said, “When you get older and you look back on life, you don’t really think about the chances you took that didn’t work out.”\nHe continued, “But you really regret the opportunities that you didn’t take. So take chances!”\nI know this isn’t the graduation you expected, but to help celebrate here’s some advice:Take care of yourselfTake chancesTake care of one anotherYour passion, excitement & hope for the future are going to chart a path forwardCan’t wait to see what you doCongratulations! pic.twitter.com/xz2UzG3HmA— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) June 27, 2020\nSingh’s third and final piece of advice was to “take care of one another.”\n“I think this crisis has shown us all how connected we are, how we are all in this together, we are all one,” he said.\n“It’s only when we really look beyond ourselves, and lift the people up around us, that we live a life that feels rewarding,” he concluded.\nView this post on Instagram We started this campaign by talking directly to people. And today, on Election Day, is no different. Together, we’re going to build a future that puts people at the heart of everything we do. But I need you to vote to make this happen - your voice matters. Link in bio to find out where to vote! #elxn43 A post shared by Jagmeet Singh (@jagmeetsingh) on Oct 21, 2019 at 9:43am PDT\nThe prime minister also shared a commencement speech with Canada’s graduates earlier this month.\nDuring his message, Trudeau gushed about millennials for 10 minutes straight, praising a generation that is "smart, skilled, creative and ambitious.”\n"I cannot think of a generation better prepared to set us on the right path forward," he said.\nTo the class of 2020: Congratulations! This probably isn’t how you expected your last semester to end, and the world you’re graduating into faces unprecedented challenges. But you have everything you need to succeed, and your hard work deserves to be celebrated.— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) June 10, 2020\nSince the 2019 election campaign, Jagmeet Singh has been using social media to speak directly to young people.\nHe’s gone viral on Tik Tok on several occasions, and has amassed thousands of social media followers thanks to his baking videos and DMs with Rihanna.\n*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.