Did you spend this past holiday weekend away from your family because you stayed at home? If so, you're unlike Canada's Prime Minister. Justin Trudeau's Easter get-together with his family didn't happen at his home in Ottawa but he said they all followed health recommendations.\nDuring his daily press conference outside of Rideau Cottage, the Prime Minister faced questions about his trip to Harrington Lake over the Easter weekend.\n"As I mentioned last week in my presentation, after three weeks of my family living up at Harrington and me working here, I went to join them for Easter," he said.\nHarrington Lake is just across the border in Gatineau, Quebec.\n"We continue to follow all the instructions from public health authorities," he said.\nA reporter referenced that people were wondering on social media why it was okay for the Prime Minister to go see his family.\nHe said that's where his wife and his children are at this time so he went to be with them.\nOn Instagram, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau posted photos of the family all together playing games and doing an Easter egg hunt.\nIn the caption, she wrote, "even though families across the country are having to get a little creative and celebrate a bit differently this year, we're all in this together."\nShe then wished people a Happy Easter whether they could be with their families or not.\nView this post on Instagram Hello dear friends! Justin, the kids, and I wanted to take a quick moment to send you all our love and best wishes this long weekend. Even though families across the country are having to get a little creative and celebrate a bit differently this year, we’re all in this together. So whether you’re able to be with your loved ones or you’re staying connected from afar, we’re thinking of you and keeping you in our hearts… from our family to yours, happy Easter! 🐰💝 Bon dimanche tout le monde! Justin, les enfants et moi voulons prendre quelques instants pour vous souhaiter nos meilleurs vœux en ce long week-end. Même si on doit tous faire preuve de créativité pour célébrer un peu différemment cette année, on est tous dans le même bateau. Si vous êtes avec vos proches ou si vous gardez le contact à distance, on pense à vous et vous êtes dans nos cœurs. Joyeuses Pâques! A post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (@sophiegregoiretrudeau) on Apr 12, 2020 at 3:19pm PDT\nHarrington Lake is the country residence of the Prime Minister of Canada and about 26 kilometres away from Rideau Cottage, where Trudeau lives.\nGrégoire Trudeau and the kids have been living there since she recovered from COVID-19 back at the end of March.\nThe Liberal leader had stayed behind in Ottawa.\nHe has also been asking people to stay home, keep two metres apart and not gather in groups.\nView this post on Instagram Happy Saturday, my friends! I hope you’re all staying safe and healthy with your loved ones. I’ve got three of my best friends with me here and we’re doing our best to keep ourselves entertained. But I know there are moments where we all struggle... and it breaks my heart to think that some of our neighbours might not know where to turn or who to reach out to right now. That’s why I was reassured by the news earlier this week that the government will be helping out the most vulnerable people in our communities. Watch my Story to hear more about this good news. 💗🇨🇦💖 Bon samedi, mes amis! J’espère que vous êtes tous en santé et en sécurité en compagnie de vos proches. J’ai trois de mes meilleurs amis avec moi ici et on fait de notre mieux pour nous divertir. Mais je sais qu’il nous arrive à tous de vivre des moments difficiles. Ça me brise le cœur quand je pense que certains de nos voisins ne savent peut-être pas vers qui se tourner ou à qui demander de l’aide en ce moment. Voilà pourquoi j’ai été rassurée d’apprendre, en début de semaine, que le gouvernement allait aider nos concitoyens les plus vulnérables. Regardez ma « story » pour en savoir plus sur cette bonne nouvelle. A post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (@sophiegregoiretrudeau) on Apr 4, 2020 at 3:12pm PDT\nOn March 29, Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer, asked urban dwellers to resist the urge to go to the cottage or rural properties because those communities have less capacity to manage the virus.\nShe went on to say that COVID-19 time does not mean cottage time.\nTrudeau came under fire for not staying at Rideau Cottage in Ottawa.\nAndrew Scheer also faced criticism for previously flying to Ottawa with his family, Elizabeth May and a Liberal cabinet minister on a plane that couldn't accommodate proper physical distance.\nWhen asked about it, Scheer defended the trip and said that they were not "speaking moistly" on each other.