He's on the road. Justin Trudeau visited a cafe with a beautiful outdoor patio in Quebec to hold a press conference. It was like a little field trip!\nOn June 19, the prime minister took his press conference on the road and visited Biscotti & cie, a cute little coffee shop in Chelsea, Quebec.\nTrudeau paid the cafe a visit to highlight businesses that are using and benefiting from the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy.\nHe highlighted the work Biscotti & cie has done during the pandemic to protect customers and employees like changing the menu to make ordering easier and introducing protocols.\nThe cafe is part of the same family as Chelsea Pub, la Maison Bleue and the Lofts du Village and the wage subsidy was used to rehire 75 employees there.\nSpeaking in French, Trudeau said that small businesses create jobs, feed the growth of the economy and enrich communities.\nWhile he spoke on the outdoor patio, people sat at tables and watched.\nIn a video of his remarks, you can actually see one person come out from the cafe to take a picture of Trudeau.\nNear the end of the press conference, a bug landed on Trudeau's face twice that he had to swat away.\nAfter the second situation, he said "great to be out in the country."\nView this post on Instagram Mes photos du point de presse quotidien de Justin Trudeau . . . . . . . . . . . . #gatineau #ottawa #polcan #outaouaisfun #fujifilm #myfuji #xpro2 #fujixt3 #justintrudeau #portrait #cavabienaller #confinement #mycanada #fujifeed #instadaily #covid19 #myfeatureshot #instapic #photooftheday #ledroit #canada #ledroitcontinue #coronavirus #biscotti #chelsea A post shared by Patrick Woodbury (@patwoodbury) on Jun 19, 2020 at 8:29am PDT\nThe cafe is part of Old Chelsea Square and offers coffee, of course, along with homemade pastries, desserts, sandwiches, salads and even pizza.\nThere is seating inside but the real beauty of this place is the outdoor areas.\nAttached to the coffee shop is a covered seating area and beyond that is the outdoor patio where Trudeau spoke.\nTables are surrounded by lush greenery in the spring and summer and there's even a fire pit to light up the evenings.\nView this post on Instagram When your faves survive the pandemic's first wave, you order two desserts. 🙌🏼 🤤🤤🤗🙏🏼 #wooduh🇨🇦 #yourcapitalcity🇨🇦 A post shared by @ wooduh on Jun 18, 2020 at 6:52pm PDT\nWhile you might have been distracted by the change of scenery with Trudeau's press conference, he addressed some important things.\nThat includes the creation of 500 green internships for young people in STEM, energy, forestry, mining, earth sciences, and clean technology sectors.\nThose jobs range from six months to a year.\nTrudeau also talked about the new contact tracing app and funding.