The boys are getting back together again in Ontario after some time apart. Justin Trudeau and Doug Ford are meeting up for the first time since November to make an announcement together. It's like they're going on a field trip.\nOn August 21 at 1:00 p.m., the Prime Minister and the Premier of Ontario are taking their press conferences on the road for a little field trip away from Parliament Hill and Queen's Park.\nThey'll be at a 3M facility in Brockville, Ontario to make a joint announcement.\nEditor's Choice: The Government Is Hiring Across Canada & You Can Work In The Most Dreamy Locations\nEarly in the morning, Ford posted a video on social media of him in a car on the way to the eastern Ontario city.\nHe mentioned how he's going to be meeting up with the Prime Minister later in the day.\n"We're going to have a great joint announcement," Ford said.\nHe also told everyone to stay tuned.\nAccording to CTV News, Trudeau and Ford are expected to talk about a federal and provincial agreement with 3M.\nThat will allow for N95 masks to be made at the manufacturer's facility in Brockville.\nTrudeau's government and Ford's government are reportedly going to contribute $23.3 million to increase capacity at the facility so that up to 100 million masks can be produced a year.\nView this post on Instagram We’re headed to 3M in #Brockville for a great joint announcement with @justinpjtrudeau at 1pm - stay tuned! A post shared by Doug Ford (@fordnationdougford) on Aug 21, 2020 at 5:26am PDT\nDuring the pandemic, Trudeau has been having calls with the leaders of Canada's provinces and territories but they probably haven't been meeting up in person.\nThe last time that Trudeau and Ford were seen together publically was during a meeting in Ottawa in November 2019.\nOntario's Premier was positive about the closed-door discussion he had with the Prime Minister.\nHe called it "a phenomenal meeting."\nWhen it comes to making life more affordable, Ontarians are expecting us to work together and focus on our shared priorities. Today, @fordnation & I talked about investing in infrastructure, supporting entrepreneurs & businesses, and creating more jobs for people. pic.twitter.com/r3eKdqE1hH— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) November 22, 2019\nThe two leaders also had a phone conversation last year after the federal election which Trudeau described as "very cordial."\nThey both agreed to work together.\nBack in May, Ford joked about becoming Prime Minister.\nDuring a press conference a reporter said, "hello, my question is for Prime Minister Ford."\nHe cut her off and said, "not yet."\nThough it was probably just a misunderstanding because the reporter was French and when talking about a premier, "premier ministre" is used which literally translates to Prime Minister.